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February 27, 2021

Byron thirds collect 2nd win of cricket season 

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Tweed Council rejects Casuarina disability viewing platform

Issues of queue jumping, the allocation of Tweed Shire Council’s resources in both time and money, and responding to...

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Music fest aims to be COVID-19 recovery event

Byron Bay could host a two-day, beachside music and arts festival in June this year, after an application to hold the event was lodged with Byron Council.

Da mountain

Gisela Stieglitz, Wooyung There is a perfectly good bitumen road going up a rainforest gully; it doesn’t even have potholes!...

Resilience through biodiversity and awareness

The Byron Shire Resilience and Regeneration Roadshow will be in Brunswick Heads this Saturday, as part of a series of events across the region tackling the question: ‘How do we create more resilient communities in 2021?’

Jaimini hut

Margot Hays, Bangalow I would like to voice my opinion regarding the hut structure at Belongil where Jaimini sits and...

Police use road spikes to catch speeder

Police say that on Friday at around 10.45pm, they received information that a stolen Hyundai Santa Fe was travelling south of the Pacific Motorway towards the QLD/NSW border.

Local fisherfolk caught in the parking fine net

FIsherfolk have been caught in the net of parking fines designed to stop travellers parking up for the night on the Tweed Coast Road and they are seeking help to access their beaches at night without fines.

Byron Bay third grade has claimed their second win of the season by beating the Ballina bears playing away at Fripp Oval last Saturday.

The Bears won the toss and after electing to bat were trundled out for 88 runs in their 23rd over.

The damage was done by D Kimmorley (4/16 off three overs) and G Worthington (3/26 off six overs).

In reply Byron fell to 2/7 before T Goodhind steadied with a 27-run knock. L bridle supported with 13, but Worthington got the side to victory scoring 35 n.o.

The win puts the thirds on 21 points and within striking distance of the top four, where Bangalow and Ballina sit on 27 points.


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Bringing down the heat in our ‘hood

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Resilience through biodiversity and awareness

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