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September 26, 2022

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Taking cultural burning to the next level

Earlier this month, indigenous communities from across the country came together for the Firesticks virtual conference on promoting cultural fire practices.

Brunswick locals reject boarding house

The group handed the council a petition calling for the rejection of plans to construct a boarding house known as ‘the Corso’ in Bayside next-door to the preschool at 94 Kingsford Drive.

SAE students get a chance to work with the pros

SAE students had the opportunity to show off their skills when Byron based indie band, Animal Ventura, held a live music session early Tuesday morning.

Lismore Botanic Gardens gets new loo

State Member for Lismore, Janelle Saffin, opened new accessible amenities at the Lismore Botanic Gardens visitor centre on Wednesday.

Battle over regions tourism future heats up

The battle over the future of the regions tourism industry is heating up as Byron Shire Councils gets closer to their submission to the state government on short term holiday lets.

Australia’s natural wonders under threat

A new international report singled out five of the nations most revered natural landmarks as being under threat from the effects of climate change.

Taking cultural burning to the next level

Earlier this month, indigenous communities from across the country came together for the Firesticks virtual conference on promoting cultural fire practices.

Brunswick locals reject boarding house

The group handed the council a petition calling for the rejection of plans to construct a boarding house known as ‘the Corso’ in Bayside next-door to the preschool at 94 Kingsford Drive.

SAE students get a chance to work with the pros

SAE students had the opportunity to show off their skills when Byron based indie band, Animal Ventura, held a live music session early Tuesday morning.

Lismore Botanic Gardens gets new loo

State Member for Lismore, Janelle Saffin, opened new accessible amenities at the Lismore Botanic Gardens visitor centre on Wednesday.

Battle over regions tourism future heats up

The battle over the future of the regions tourism industry is heating up as Byron Shire Councils gets closer to their submission to the state government on short term holiday lets.

Australia’s natural wonders under threat

A new international report singled out five of the nations most revered natural landmarks as being under threat from the effects of climate change.
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