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August 11, 2022

A virtual tour through the Bruns Sculpture Walk

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Mullum locals protest flood-prone pod site

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Council acknowledges desire for house relocations, buybacks and land swaps

Last night Lismore Council looked at House Relocations, Land swaps and Buy Backs when Councillor Adam Guise’s moved a motion that “Council acknowledges flood impacted ratepayers' desire for house relocations, buybacks and land swaps."

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Bruns underground car park reconsidered 

Byron Council’s decision to approve a controversial mixed-use development in Brunswick Heads that would include the town’s first underground car park could be overturned at this week’s meeting, with a group of councillors moving a rescission motion.

The North Coast Mud Trail is ten!

Fifteen local pottery studios will soon open their doors and reveal their latest ceramic art creations for the 10th Anniversary North Coast Mud Trail, recently launched at Ignite Studios in Ballina.

Thousands of locals and holiday makers were at times overtaken by suprise, delight, intrigue and laughter as they stumbled upon yet another of the 46 installations dotted around the Bruns Terrace, estuary, Torikina and beach. The wonderfully creative pieces formed the first Brunswick Heads Sculpture Nature Walk.

If you missed the chance to see it first-hand, take a virtual walk through Jeff Dawson’s spectacular photo gallery.


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3 COMMENTS

  1. Art is a coordination of the mind in a logical way to tell story.
    The above 23 pictures are arranged not in that story.

  2. Humorous, beautiful, colourful, thought-provoking, even useful (the grassy mound, to stay? Good to sit & lean against?)…..all in wonderful settings! Glad to see this sort of thing popping up more & more!

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