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We all live in a magic submarine…

Several commentators have remarked that, while the mainstream media is locked in furious agreement with the government over AUKUS and the trillion dollar submarines (a guess at the final price tag), social and independent media are telling quite a different tale.

Other News

Lismore candidate Vanessa Rosayro

With just a few days until we head to the polls, The Echo asked the candidates for the seat of Lismore one last bunch of questions.

Byron’s chocoholics’ Easter destination

The Love Byron Bay boutique has been specialising in unique cocoa encounters for nearly a decade now. In this...

Election 2023 – Clarence: George Keller 

George Keller is running for the seat of Clarence on behalf of the Sustainable Australia Party sees corruption and vested interests having more impact on MP's decisions than the genuine interests of the community.

Man dies in custody in Casino

A critical incident investigation is underway following the death of a man in Casino today.

New rugby joint venture rearing to go

The newly-formed joint venture that combines Bangalow and Byron Bay rugby teams is already paying dividends with big training...

Full Moon natural wine festival!

Full Moon Festival by Luna Wine Store welcomes 30 of Australia’s most exciting winemakers and natural wine importers to...

Pulp Burger co-founder Garry Cowland

Locally-owned Pulp Burger has revealed their long-awaited permanent home, at SAE Creative Media Institute’s Byron Bay campus.

Owned by long-term industry innovators, Garry Cowland and Kerri Sharp, the burger joint has cultivated a community of burger addicts, called Pulpies, who have loyally inundated their pop-ups at farmers’ markets and food festivals around the Northern Rivers for almost two years.

Kerri says, ‘It just feels like the perfect address for Pulp Burger. The Pulp Burger themes of innovation and gritty authenticity certainly blend with SAE’s creative community, and we’re looking forward to sharing our passion with the Byron community.’

Pulp Burger uses local beef, pork, chicken, seafood and produce, including vegan and vegetarian options.

Kerri says, ‘We pride ourselves on using local produce where we can. Our burgers are handmade daily, using meat that we grind ourselves. We’re really passionate about using quality ingredients from Northern Rivers artisan producers who take pride in what they grow, resulting in a bloody great burger’.

Pulp Burger is open Monday to Friday at the SAE campus. Find out more at sae.edu.au.

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