January 21, 2014
In this Issue:
Based on Maurice Sendak’s children’s book about a little boy living in a fantasy world, it might be argued that Jonze’s latest film Her features that same kid, only now grown up
Byron Shire councillor Diane Woods, Brunswick Heads. Reading Tom Tabart’s letter, two things struck me. The first was a reminder to my diary that when I do retire from politics, to go quietly and leave it at that.
He's not exactly built like a tank, but champion woodchopper Josh Adamson has his swing down to a tee. And that's because he is a professional golfer.
Plans for a shopping centre and underground car spaces in the southern end of the Byron Woolies carpark will be reworked after a meeting was held between the developer and Byron Shire Council.
While incomparable in size and scale to state and federal election budgets, local government donation and expenditure disclosures reveal the same transparency issues.
Now in its 23rd year, Flickerfest remains Australia’s leading short-film festival. Curated by Bronwyn Kidd, who along with Shane Rennie have collaborated to build an impressive event that now tours to more than 50 locations around Australia.
Zion Train are dub/dance pioneers and have been undisputed leaders in the genre for the past two decades. The band were heavily involved in alternative and DIY underground culture in the UK during the 1990s as well as being the purveyors of the finest roots reggae music during that period.