March 18, 2014
In this Issue:
The Bay Rollers, Byron Bay’s own women’s roller derby team, is back on the track for 2015 and set to play the Coffs Coast Derby Dolls at home on March 28.
Eating out at your favourite restaurant or cafe needn’t be unhealthy. If you’re watching your weight you may feel anxious that by eating out all your hard work will go down the drain.
This week's profiled player is Tom McQueen who plays halfback for the Mullumbimby Giants.
We all have our favourite types of movies, as well as those we dislike. For mine, the screaming engines and screeching tyres of the car flick are infinitely more tiresome than the gunfire and explosions.
Lia Gery of Israel’s Sumsum spoke with seven about the upcoming show with Shakshuka in Mullumbimby this week.
Of the current crop, George Clooney is one of the very few actors who might comfortably carry the old epithet of matinee idol.
Developer Steve Agnew has won a ten-year battle with Byron Shire Council to build a 316-bed hostel on the old council chambers site in Byron Bay.
Over the past five years the Indigenous Literacy Fund has delivered over 100,000 books to more than 230 communities. Now it's set to get some extra help from the Byron Bay Writers' Festival.
The Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams cemented their place in this year’s Anzac Cup Semi finals with a decisive 7-1 win over Goonellabah at Ewingsdale on Sunday.
There is something sensually evocative about the voice of multi-award winning internationally renowned singer songwriter Parissa Bouas.
Volunteers helped to plant 650 trees to restore koala habitat at Tyagarah near the old low-level railway bridge on the weekend with money raised at last year's Mullum Music Festival.
The path towards ‘the new federalism’ is strewn with the corpses of prime ministers far more dedicated to the cause than Tony Abbott, writes Mungo MacCallum.
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