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August 9, 2022

Don’t whinge about paid parking: get into a car pool

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Pedal power celebrated at Murwillumbah film night

Those with an interest in films and cycling will be in heaven this Thursday night (August 11) when the Regent Cinema in Murwillumbah hosts the Big Bike Film Night.

Tragedy of the commons

The tragedy of the commons refers to a situation in which individuals with access to a public resource (also...

Mullum residents bulldozed over pod homes

Mullumbimby residents are growing increasingly angry and are still waiting for answers over the construction of temporary pod accommodation works on Prince Street, next to the disused railway on flood-prone land. 

Splendour in chaos

As a local resident of Wooyung I have watched North Byron Parklands (NBP) increasing their patronage to the maximum...

Rainbow Temple custodian seeks heritage listing to avert demolition orders

The custodian of the Rainbow Temple in Rosebank will seek heritage listing for the sacred structure in a bid to save it from demolition.

Mullum residents: ‘defeat and distress’ over pod housing

Many residents are concerned about the high-speed construction of the Emergency Housing Development along the railway corridor in Prince Street, Mullumbimby. 

Driving alone into Byron Bay for work every week you are taking away parking from customers and clients of businesses where you work.

Yes, some businesses have off-street parking. Stop complaining about parking charges and save money by car sharing!

With a little sacrifice and more vision you can make Byron Bay a more pleasant place to work and visit.

Butler Street Reserve can then remain for markets and other events.

Park and ride schemes in Europe work brilliantly.

Please join in the carpool and add your support for the introduction of a Park & Ride Scheme for Byron Bay.

Doug Luke, Mullumbimby

 


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Pedal power celebrated at Murwillumbah film night

Those with an interest in films and cycling will be in heaven this Thursday night (August 11) when the Regent Cinema in Murwillumbah hosts the Big Bike Film Night.

Beekeepers can get a permit to move hives away from flood water

With so many challenges currently surrounding the bee industry, it comes as a relief to many that NSW Department of Primary Industries will issue a special group permit for beekeepers in flood warning areas to move their hives to higher ground.

Potholes

Who’s with me in launching a class action against Byron and Lismore councils for compensation for us hapless ratepayers as we daily shred expensive...

The Healthy Minds Club are busy as!

The Lennox-based (and fast-expanding) young men's mental health group are continuing to change lives and inspire the wider community with activities across the region.