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March 8, 2021

Is this Byron Shire’s biggest pothole?

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Seapeace: the late Tony Maxwell’s wetland legacy

Many curious minds have pondered the purpose of the rice paddy-like waterbodies that scallop the contour lines out into the Ewingsdale coastal plain that can be viewed from St Helena Road.

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Heritage Bruns?

David Kolb, Brunswick Head When Mathew O’Reilly spoke to Council regarding heritage listing for parts of Brunswick Heads he was quoted...

Seapeace: the late Tony Maxwell’s wetland legacy

Many curious minds have pondered the purpose of the rice paddy-like waterbodies that scallop the contour lines out into the Ewingsdale coastal plain that can be viewed from St Helena Road.

Naming Ben Franklin

Cecily McGee, Mullumbimby It's very misleading for the Byron Shire Echo to repeatedly give Ben Franklin free media coverage,  as in...

Bangalow blackspot puts school children at risk

Will action ever be taken to protect school kids getting on and off the bus on Lismore Road, Bangalow as trucks fly by at 80km/h?

Lennox Rise development clears another hurdle

The massive new residential development planned west of Epiq in Lennox Head continued its progress towards becoming reality at the last Ballina Shire Council meeting.

Police operation Billinudgel Nature Reserve

Gary Opit, Brunswick Heads On 22 February residents on Jones Road noticed a major police operation with officers from eight police...

Main Arm Road, Durrumbul. Is this Byron Shire's biggest pothole? Photo W Boyle
Main Arm Road, Durrumbul. Is this Byron Shire’s biggest pothole? Photo W Boyle

W Boyle, Durrumbul.

Does this cyclone damage on Durrumbul Rd, Main Arm, qualify as a pothole?

If so, could it be the shire’s biggest pothole? Is there a prize?

May I suggest the Echo holds a contest to find the shire’s worst road damage resulting

Also, the phones in main Arm have been a little crackly for the past few weeks…

Could this be the reason that phone lines around Main Arm are a 'bit crackly' of late? Photo W Boyle
Could this be the reason that phone lines around Main Arm are a ‘bit crackly’ of late? Photo W Boyle

 


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