April 22, 2014
In this Issue:
The Formidable Salmonella Dub step out as a 5-piece for their upcoming Australian tour. Seven spoke with Andrew Penman about the S-dub experience.
This week's culture takes us through France, with Shakespeare, a donkey and a laugh
Kathryn Jones is kicking some sass up on Saturday with a potpourri of musical stiles including rockabilly, jump blues, western swing, slack key, coastal country and folk in another weekend of great entertainment.
This one came as a bolt out of the blue. It’s set in the near future, after the end of the apocalypse that general consensus – at least in film and literature – agrees is looming.
Ku Promotions presents local composer Cye Wood’s new project, Cave In The Sky, at the Byron Community Centre this Sunday. This project is a natural extension of Cye’s solo work.
The Easybeats were Australia’s first real rockstars, and singer Stevie Wright was the archetypal frontman before their were archetypes.
Byron Residents’ Group says the West Byron developers have 'grossly understated' the traffic the development would generate and RMS has been 'negligent' in not recognising the discrepancies and ensuring an accurate traffic assessment is undertaken.
Will the newly appointed NSW premier push ahead with privatising the state’s hospitals? While that remains to be seen, minister for north coast, Don Page, says the National Party ‘does not support the privatisation of public hospitals.’
Despite recent name-calling by energy and resources minister Anthony Roberts, there is nothing extreme about Jim Hewitt, who runs the last dairy farm in Bentley. He is a man of few words but he is speaking up now to save his land and his livelihood.