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June 24, 2021

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Disrupt fossil fuels

Duncan Dey, Main Arm I disrupt coal in a few ways, including by living and working off-grid (solar panels and big...

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Locals to fight back with a series about the REAL Byron Bay

News that Netflix was planning to film a vacuous docudrama in Byron Bay brought a collective snort of derision across the Shire.

The Sourdough Chick rises to the occasion!

When you talk to Susann Wiedermann, her passion for sourdough is clearly evident. She describes the world of sourdough...

Bad news

Raphael Lee Cass, Byron Bay I’ve taken umbrage with the expression, ‘fake news,’ – proud of our Echo – but...

Comment: Vigil for Canadian genocide that resonates closer to home

Yesterday, in solidarity with the Indigenous Peoples of Canada, members of the Tweed community held a ceremony at the Sacred Heart Church in Murwillumbah.

Massive multi-dwelling Paterson Street DA before Planning Panel

The Northern Regional Planning Panel (NRPP), an unelected consent authority that overrides Council decision making, will be considering a...

Lambruk: Local gourmet providore

S Haslam Lambruk Pantry is a local gourmet providore based in the heart of the Byron Shire. They create a...

Bridglands Betta Home Living

Rob Bridgland, owner and operator of Bridglands Betta Home Living, has some very important information to share, particularly in the context of this shop local campaign: 'Small businesses are always under threat from the big conglomerates. If you can, always try your local business first before you buy online or go out of town – our collection of small local businesses add to the character and sustainability of your town.'

Bridglands was established in 1908 and to this day is still owned and operated by  the fourth generation of the Bridgland family. The store is your local Betta Home Living Store selling a wide range of electrical, furniture and bedding goods, being part of a 200-strong buying cooperative ensures you are always buying at the best price.

When asked why people come to his store, Rob Bridland said, 'People are often surprised when they shop at Bridglands at the range and competitive prices they find plus the Bridglands team are a happy team which makes shopping more fun and enjoyable for customers.'

Rob says the diversity of Mullumbimby is something that instantly draws people to the town, and always makes for an interesting shopping experience. 'The mix of oldtimers and newcomers makes Mullum a fascinating place', he says.


Bridglands Betta Home Living
Burringbar St, Mullumbimby
Ph 6684 2511


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Water diversity

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