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Byron Shire
September 26, 2022

Local BJJ academy wins at national championships

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Unions meet with Norco over staff stand down

With flood-ravaged Norco in Lismore under scrutiny the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union, the Australasian Meat Industry Employees Union, and the Electrical Trades Union met with management on Thursday to discuss the company’s plans for its Lismore ice cream factory.

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What a lot of baloney Will Lilley writes in saying Allende ‘brought it upon himself’ when he was overthrown...

Jarjums empowered to speak up with rapper JK-47

This year’s ‘Muggi (strong) Culture, Deadly Futures’ program focussed on Aboriginal and Torres Strait jarjums, from kindy to year 12, engaging with cultural knowledge and skills ad empowering and motivating jarjums to speak up.

Public transport mask mandate to end

Masks will no longer be mandatory on public transport from tomorrow, Wednesday 21 September.

Honing the art of deep listening

The impacts of the floods earlier in the year are far-reaching, and the Mullumbimby High School P&C has recently received a $50,000 flood grant from the NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) to help the entire community.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Australian National 2022 Championship

(L–R) Wagner Junior, Milli McCourt, and London Linsey were part of the 12-person team from ‘The Academy’ that competed in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Australian National 2022 Championship against 1,500 competitors and secured four national titles, bringing home four gold, a silver and three bronze medals. The team is now readying for the BJJ Spring Australian Open on Sunday 11 September. Photo supplied


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