May 13, 2014
In this Issue:
Mandy Nolan spoke with choreographer Lisa Wilson about the spectacular dance production coming to Lismore City Hall.
NSW athletes feature prominently in the line-up for the Australian Life Saving Team to contest this year’s World Life Saving Championships, Rescue 2014, in France in September.
Twenty-something Joel Creasey is one of Melbourne’s brightest new lights on the comedy circuit. This coming Thursday May 13 he headlines at the Currumbin RSL’s Side Splitting Comedy. Check out how he faired on The Echo personality tester!.
It was only a matter of time before somebody made a gross-out flick that dealt more pointedly with the issue underpinning the genre – the man-boy who won’t grow up.
A week is a long time in sport. After enjoying a record-breaking 78–0 win against Southern Cross University, Byron Bay rugby came back to Earth with a 53–10 loss to Lennox Head on Saturday.
How does a community provide a cohesive narrative, helping us to understand our unique opportunities and challenges? This is the question posed by The Mullumbimby Big Picture Show – a half-day forum that aims to create a unified community voice.
Jon Favreau has written, directed and starred in a movie that plugs directly into two of today’s weirdest and (to me) most fatuous obsessions – Twitter and the cult of the kitchen
The Brunswick Breakers girls football team trained for two months pre-season and we’re eager for the competition to commence.
Andy Law from the Happy Chilli Restaurant learned his craft in the kitchens of Hong Kong and has practised it in kitchens on the east coast of Australia for 21 years.
Hundreds gathered for the 2014 Byron Bay Triathlon on Saturday and all eyes were on the competition as wave after wave of triathletes took to the water.
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The NSW government’s new Office of Coal Seam Gas is refusing to answer how much public money is being spent assisting junior gas mining company Metgasco with its proposed drilling in Bentley near Lismore.
Lennox Head-based upper house Liberal MLC Catherine Cusack lashed out at comments by Labor’s Walt Secord in parliament after he said Thomas George (Nationals member for Lismore) is ‘a fierce opponent of the Bentley blockade’.
If ever an occasion merited a hoary old cliché, it was this fantastic game of footy, for ‘neither side deserved to lose’. Indeed to go one further, on a gloriously sunny Sunday arvo at Les Donnelly Field, ‘rugby league was the winner.’
Bluesfest director Peter Noble is a big fan of Shaun Kirk and he’s not alone; blues and roots voices from across the globe all testify that this 20-something troubadour is something of a musical phenomenon.