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June 9, 2023

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Brunswick Heads going for Gold & Old

The village of Brunswick Heads is set to host its Old & Gold Festival tomorrow with three big fairs, entertainment and plenty of fun – come rain or shine. 

Other News

Mullumbimby Giants rope in the Mustangs

The Mullumbimby Giants have played their way back into the top four of local, first-grade rugby league with a...

Inter-club cycling gets underway in Glenugie

Byron Bay Cycling Club is in second place in a three-way tussle after race one of the inter-club cycling...

Interview about the Spaghetti Circus Scholarship Program

Spaghetti Circus is helping kids fly! Spaghetti Circus’ passion is empowering healthy, active, happy kids. Despite being a small not-for-profit...

At last! The 2023 Lismore Eisteddfod

Finally, after an absence of three years, we are back on our feet. Covid and the 2022 Lismore flood...

Army depot construction starts in Chinderah 

Federal Labor have announced local Indigenous companies in Tweed Heads are starting construction of new facilities, which will benefit the Australian Army’s A Company, 41st Battalion, Royal NSW Regiment and 225 Army Cadet Unit.

Reconciliation and connection for brekky at Ballina Public School

National Reconciliation Week may be over but community connection efforts are to continue indefinitely at Ballina Public School, with Friday morning family breakfast a new weekly triumph.

Always good to have a bit of a nudge

No fooling – with this epic lineup at nUdGe nUdGe WiNk WiNk! You’d be a fool to miss International DJ Stevie G, locally-based DJs Halo and Sammy KC as they join beloved Cunning Stunts resident DJ, Lord Sut, in the Shed at the Billi.

Get ready for an electrifying closing set from international DJ sensation, Stevie G! Hailing from Washington DC, Stevie G has taken his eclectic soulful sound worldwide. As a resident he’s rocked legendary venues like Potato Head in Bali, was hand selected to play for Snoop Dogg and Grace Jones, and spun vinyl or Prince at the infamous House of Secrets.

Returning to the Shed in a later time slot is locally-based DJ, Halo. A house and techno DJ born into the Byron Bay dance scene, Halo is a sonic storyteller. 

Making his Shed debut, DJ Sammy KC will showcase his love for all genres with a heavy influence of the UK sound. 

Cunning Stunts resident DJ, Lord Sut, mixes and masters the genres of Balearic, world and house, with sprinklings of dub for sensory peaks to every set he plays in the beloved Shed. 

Cunning Stunts lift you up on the first Saturday of each month, continuing their seven-year purpose to assist our local communities. 

Check it out this Saturday from 4pm at The Billinudgel Hotel.

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