June 3, 2014
In this Issue:
In a few short years Graveyard Train have morphed from a bunch of mates getting drunk and playing small dive bars to a band trying to maintain some semblance of professionalism.
Back in 2010 three Sydney boys created an indie dance band. Just four years later the boys have gone from strength to strength with a swag of ARIA nominations.
North coast residents are being urged to take part in a snap rally to protest the impact of the federal budget on the community at Byron Youth Centre on Sunday from 1pm.
Story & photos Dog Whistle Billed as the ‘Match of the Season’, Sunday’s clash between top-of-the-table rivals, Byron Bay and Lismore Thistles was no disappointment. The reserve grade teams were fairly evenly matched, with Byron looking the stronger early in the...
One of Australia’s most successful recording bands from the 1980s, Eurogliders, are reuniting for a run of special shows throughout 2014.
At the Court House in Mullumbimby open mic…this month features Mandy Nolan as the regular MC. Nolan always has something to say that is sure to fire up the crowd.
The opening sequence in writer/director Craig Monahan’s unheralded gem Healing, of an eagle in pursuit of a hawk, is breathtakingly fast and tense.
Maleficent might be described as Disney’s very contemporary prequel to the studio’s famous animated version of Sleeping Beauty (1959), only with an unexpected but touching twist when Aurora is aroused from her slumber.
Sunday’s 16–14 loss to Marist Brothers in round eight of the NRRRL might ironically have provided Byron Bay with more positives than you’d normally expect from a defeat.
With much of the world in turmoil and the local political landscape a bleak and pitiless picture it is strangely comforting to know that a winter’s worth of Sundays are about to be frittered away in a most unproductive manner
The community got together on Saturday for the Big Picture Show, an inspiring event aimed at making plans for the future of Mullumbimby.
The ‘secret ingredient’ that makes some chefs a ‘hit’ was in focus at Fins Restaurant last week.
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Held every year between May 27 and June 3, Reconciliation Week marks the anniversaries of two very important Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders anniversaries.
Prominent Sydney CBD property developer Terry Agnew has bought a sizeable portion of the West Byron project, prompting claims by the residents that the ‘locally-owned’ aspect of the development now has little relevance.
In a local derby blockbuster, all three of the shire’s union teams descended on the rec grounds in Byron Bay for a rainy day event on Saturday.
The one certain thing about Tony Abbott’s first budget is that it has produced a lot of unhappiness, and not only among his political opponents, writes Mungo MacCallum.