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Sowing the seed for a connected, local food chain

Lisa Machin If you’ve ever been to the New Brighton or Mullum Farmers Markets you’d be forgiven if you thought...

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M1 closed both directions at Yelgun

Traffic is currently at a standstill between Ocean Shores and Crabbes Creek on the M1 Pacific Highway following a truck crash at around 7am this morning.

Suspicion and belief

Fast Buck$, Coorabell My suspicion is that the mayor and the senior staff have been helping Michael Lyon become electable...

Where does a lack of empathy lead us? 

Democracy, as a concept and a form of governance, was first introduced by the Greeks around 507 BC.

A little bit of COVID…

Mandy Nolan has stated in The Echo, ‘For 30 years I’ve fought to give a voice to the voiceless...

Heritage Bruns?

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

Government modelling fails to reflect women’s interrupted careers

New research to be released this week analyses two decades of Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey to estimate the actual labour force experience of women over their life and accounts for working when super is not paid.

Bo Whitton, of Mullumbimby, has been missing since December 19, 2018. Photo supplied

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate Bo Whitton, 32 years old, from the Mullumbimby area.

Bo is described as being Caucasian, female, thin build, long brown hair, blue eyes, large rectangle tattoo on her inner left forearm, star tattoo on left hand.

Bo was last seen in Tweed Heads on 19 December 2018. Bo is well known to the local community having lived in the area and known to frequent Nimbin and Byron Bay.

Police and her family are concerned for her welfare.

Anyone who has information about Bo’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 immediately.


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The moveable feast

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