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Supply chain pain? Try localisation!

A community screening of Local Futures’ new film, 'Planet Local: A Quiet Revolution', will be held today, Friday, July 1, at The Farm in Byron Bay from 6pm. Damon Gameau and Pacha Light will be joining Helena Norberg-Hodge for a discussion afterwards.

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Festival/Byron Council relations strained, motion passes

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Get booked, from July 1

The annual Byron Shire Book Fair is finally going ahead from Friday July 1 to Sunday July 3 from 9am to 4pm at the Byron Bay Surf Club.

Park trouble for BARCO

A group of dog owners who met at the common shed at the Brunswick Heads Sports Fields last Sunday say they were confronted by three men with a dog who were camping at the location.

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First Nations place-names under Ballina council spotlight

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Woodburn flooding aftermath, March 2022. Photo Leïla Joy.

Tradies and insurance assessors are invited to attend a free event to learn about residential rebuilding, post-flood, at the Mullum Leagues Club on June 16 from 5 till 8pm.

Co-organiser, Sasha Mainsbridge, Byron Shire Residential Flood Adaptation Project Manager, Mullum Cares Inc, says James Davidson from JDA Co. and guests ‘will share their experience rebuilding flood-resilient in Qld over the last decade’.

‘They understand the role of insurers, and the challenges faced by trades trying to help property owners rebuild more flood-resilient. There will be ample time for you to raise your concerns and ask questions. The event is free, with dinner and a drink provided. Bookings are essential, as the venue capacity is limited’.

To book, visit events.humanitix.com/rebuild-flood-resilient-tradie-qna.

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