December 17, 2013
In this Issue:
New Years Eve at the Ballina RSL has fast gained a reputation for being one of the best-value nights on the coast.
The good people of Kohinur Hall NYE are excited about this year’s offering. Opening all night, this is going to be a party that takes punters right through to 2014.
Echonetdaily's man in the dark John Campbell tells us his top ten movies for 2013
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is all about science gone wrong, with the not objectionable message that genetically engineered factory food is not worth the plastic that it’s wrapped in and that those who produce it are (like Monsanto etc) megalomaniacal cads.
The surf’s up at the new-look Ocean Shores Tavern this NYE! Grab ya beach clobber and join Team Tavern for games, prizes, buckets of Coronas just $25 and cheeky cocktails.
GANGajang has been coming together to play ever since, taking time off for other projects, but still writing and evolving as a classic Aussie rock band.
Stumped about what to get your kids for Christmas? How about a hectare of rainforest in Borneo for just $250? Or maybe you’d prefer something more local.
When the best is saved until the last, it’s even better. Am I right? My year in the bleachers had rewarded me with no moments of ecstasy, no triumphs of red-hot parochialism.
Kellie Knight and the Daze are a powerful, highly polished and dynamic north coast-based music outfit who through their mutual love of soul, funk and jazz music came together to pay tribute to some of the legendary musicians of these genres.
While it may be some time off, Byron Shire Council unanimously voted Thursday to support North Byron Beach Resort’s light-rail proposal.
Now this is a real country feel NYE – think hay bales, call dancing, strings of lights, southern fried chicken and wide-brim hats!
Celebrate New Years Eve at the Byron Brewery with Sweaty Buddha DJs.
Over ten years ago after much encouragement from his audiences, multi-award-winning singer Roo Mackerras created the Neily Diamond Show.
Electric Forest events create a unique festival atmosphere where self-expression, freedom and personal journeys can meld into a positive life-affirming experience through dance within an immersive multimedia environment.
To those who think fluoride is mass medication designed to keep us docile and vaccinations cause more diseases than they prevent, Mungo McCallum has one thing to say: bah humbug.
The activities of Byron Shire councillor Alan Hunter are becoming increasingly unpopular with his neighbours after he recently submitted another development application for his Myocum property.
Party like Jay Gatsby and be transported to the outrageous and spectacular 1920s. The Byron at Byron is getting into the swing by theming the resort.