April 29, 2014
In this Issue:
For the last 10 years Prem and Jethro have traveled the world, performing and recording their unique Sacred Earth Music.
To shoot a film in Saudi Arabia where cinema itself is banned is an achievement for any director. When that filmmaker also happens to be a woman, it makes Wadjda all the more impressive.
A bus load of supporters made the trip to cheer the Shores United Brown Snakes in there win over the Richmond Rovers in Lismore for the ANZAC Cup.
Byron Bay were beaten 38–17 at home by Lismore in the third round of Far North Coast Rugby on Saturday.
Sandro and Mel Falzolgher are the owners and creators of Pizza Volante Boutique Mobile Woodfired Pizzeria.
This weekend Byron’s derby team The Bay Rollers will host the biggest roller derby event that has ever taken place in the northern rivers.
After being done at the death by Northern United and registering an encouraging win over Marist Brothers at their next start, the Mullumbimby Giants returned to Les Donnelly Field on Sunday.
Neighbours of Byron Shire councillor Alan Hunter on Pinegroves Road, Myocum, are again putting up a fight over his plans for a road transport terminal at his property. It’s the latest in a long list of attempts by the prominent National Party member to gain development consent;.
Lovers of vintage clothes and vintage sound, Annie and Bern, bring their vintage romance to Frankie Brown in Byron on Friday.