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May 18, 2022

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Tripling water harvesting may leave local communities dry

The NSW government was looking to do catchment by catchment analysis to determine the risk to local water supply and rivers from the new rules on water harvesting rights.

Other News

Health

I heard on the radio this morning (1 May) that a man spent ‘a record 48 hours’ in a...

It’s National Volunteer Week

Volunteering Australia says volleys are the backbone of the country in times of crisis and emergency.

One Nation ‘ghost’ haunting Richmond

Less than a week out from the election, mystery surrounds the One Nation candidate and her connection to the electorate.

Flood recovery 2022 must be community led and flexible

The recent news that our mighty NSW State Government are going to step into the Northern Rivers as a sort of Mary Poppins and over-arch their solutions into an umbrella of several councils via the Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation (NRRC) was met with cheer and skepticism.

Mullum’s drainage

We are one of many households in Mullum that lost their home and belongings in the February flood. Two...

Primex 2022 postponed due to floods and weather

The Primex 2022 Sustainable Farming and Primary Industries Expo due to take place 19 to 21 May has been postponed following both the recent flooding and predicted adverse weather conditions. 

Luxury New Home In Prime Central Position

25 Marvell Street, Byron Bay

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This superbly crafted brand new home offers lavish beachside living in the very heart of Byron Bay with an easy stroll to beaches and shops.

Built by Sironen Constructions, this high end residence is luxuriously appointed with expansive proportions, wide oak hardwood timber flooring and 3m high ceilings.

The home comprises of vast open plan living. The kitchen will impress the most discerning cooks and adjacent is a huge family room with a gas log fireplace. This area opens onto a north facing entertaining zone with built in BBQ and kitchenette overlooking the pool, outdoor shower and nature reserve (no rear neighbours).

4 bedrooms all with sumptuous marble ensuites, sound proofing, intercom, tropical landscaping and solar power are just some of the many features this luxurious home offers.

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Open: Thursday and Saturday 10.00 – 10.30am
Auction: Saturday 31 January 2pm
Enquiries: Paul Prior 0418 324 297, Tara Torkkola 0423 519
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Elevated Brick Home On 10 Acres With Stunning Views

297 Mafeking Road, Goonengerry

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Situated on 10 acres with panoramic views, this property offers privacy, space and a quiet lifestyle.

The land itself is very usable being partly level and boasts forests, fruit trees and a permanent spring fed dam. The brick and tile home is beautifully elevated to make the most of the magnificent vistas.

Well-appointed and in excellent condition, the home features; 2 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 study areas, timber floors and a spacious kitchen. The living area with a wood fire is adjacent to the kitchen and opens onto a huge covered entertainer’s deck. Separate to the house is a studio and work shed which offers loads of options.

Located only 15 minutes to both Byron Bay and Mullumbimby, this is a superb place to call home.

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Open: By Appointment
Details: Interest Over
$749,000
Enquires: Paul Prior 0418 324 297, Paul Banister 0438 856 552

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SCU to house temporary accommodation for flood-affected residents

Temporary homes will be located at Southern Cross University (SCU) Lismore Campus as part of the NSW government's program to provide 800 temporary housing options for flood-affected people.

Secret agreements and done deals

Government and Byron Council refuse to explain details around temporary accommodation plans

Sue Higginson MLC: a woman on a mission

Local mother, grandmother, partner, activist, farmer, and lawyer, Sue Higginson, can now add NSW MLC Senator to her list of hyphenates.

One Nation ‘ghost’ haunting Richmond

Less than a week out from the election, mystery surrounds the One Nation candidate and her connection to the electorate.