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April 14, 2024

Woolies carpark works continue

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Bangalow retaining wall damage

The wall supporting the western end of Deacon Street has failed – opposite the Roman Catholic Church. Fortunately, this...

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Greens announce Byron council election ticket

NSW local government elections are to be held this September, and in the Byron Shire, the Greens have announced their team with current councillor Sarah Ndiaye running for mayor on a four-woman ticket.

Save Wallum public meeting this Thursday

Activists focussed on Saving Wallum will be holding a public meeting this Thursday at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall from 6pm.

Queen at home on Country

Colony Bees, based in Mullumbimby, are pleased to advise that a native nest of the Apidae family has made home inside the hollow of an old growth tree on Bundjalung Country.

Man charged over alleged home invasion – Kingscliff

A man faced court yesterday charged over an alleged home invasion in Kingscliff that left one man dead and another seriously injured.

Bananarama

Bananas are receiving a special focus at the moment due to an insidious virus called ‘bunchy top virus’. At the farmers’ market lately, the Australian Banana Growers’ Council has had a stall in a bid to educate and alert the public about it.

Short stay accommodation saga at Ballina Council

The last Ballina Council meeting saw a straightforward request from staff for more information about the short term rental accommodation situation in the shire (as it relates to NSW government policy) turn into an elaborate saga.

Woolworths at Mullumbimby was forced to close temporarily a few weeks ago owing to a safety issue in the carpark

With a section of the Mullum Woolies carpark closed recently owing to concerns of safety issues, there are still no indication of when it will reopen.

When asked by The Echo, a Woolworths spokesperson replied, ‘The northern aspect of the Mullumbimby Woolworths carpark remains temporarily closed while we work with specialist engineers and consultants to rectify the structural issues affecting this section.’

‘The safety of our team and customers is of utmost importance.and we sincerely thank our customers for their patience during this time.’


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