February 4, 2014
In this Issue:
More than 300 players took part in the annual Australia Day Shootout at the Ocean Shores Country Club over the Australia Day long weekend.
Netball is just awesome! There, I’ve said it. But seriously, netball really is awesome.
The Moonshiners Rugby Club are ready to roll in 2014.
Based on actual events, 12 Years A Slave is the story of Solomon Northup an educated, musically accomplished, free black man living in New York with his wife and two kids in 1841.
The Byron Bay International Film Festival is almost upon us, bringing to our screens some cinema gems. One such film is When My Sorrow Died – The Legend of Armen Ra and the Theremin.
There’s no-one else on the Australian music scene quite like Glenn Cardier. Glenn A Baker dubbed him a ‘national treasure’ and Rhythms Magazine said ‘he’s a genie one-off, a maverick’.
An anti-CSG community activist, who started a letter-writing campaign to Metgasco shareholders, said he has been threatened with legal action by one of the shareholders.
Construction of the Olley House, within the Tweed River Art Gallery, has reached a stage where it is time to start relocating the collection items across from their storage site.
In some daring moment, you may have proclaimed ‘the world’s my oyster!’ But exactly what is an oyster’s world? Salty wet morsels on a half shell, what sort of life leaves them finally exposed on a plate at a fancy dinner?
The economic future of the north coast is at risk, say the Greens, from state government attacks on the TAFE sector, which will require students 'to pay more in order to receive less'.
The Italian Diner is a buzzy, fun and casual diner in the heart of Bangalow specialising in authentic Italian food. It opened almost three years after the well-known Urban Café burnt down in December 2010