June 10, 2014
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The Melbourne Ballet company will be performing its acclaimed production Infinite Space at the Byron Community Centre on Friday and Sunday.
What better way to enjoy the weekend by going a little Mental – starting as a bunch of students who put a band together to fill in time at art school in Sydney in the mid 1970s, decades later they are still rockin' and you can see them on Saturday at Ballina RSL.
One of the most amazing people in Byron Shire is soon-to-be-centenarian Olive Spedding. Olive, who will click over into triple digits on June 16, is truly incredible for someone of any age.
Sarah Calderwood and Paul Brandon perform their own material but have been known to occasionally wander off the path and venture a version of someone else’s song.
Almost universally panned, it struck me that Olivier Dahan’s homage to Grace Kelly could not possibly be as bad as its notices suggested. I don’t think it is quite the pits.
Ever since they first started doing their thing with 80s pop tunes, The Audreys have been making a name for themselves with their kooky, left-of-centre approach.
With the official start of the whale watching season at Cape Byron Lighthouse on June 1, the annual Whale Day was held in the lighthouse precinct with glorious weather and whales a-splashing.
Byron Shire mayor Simon Richardson is hoping fellow councillors will support him in a bid to ask the state government to defer a decision on the controversial West Byron development even though a similar motion last month failed to pass.
The United Nations’ World Environment Day was held last Thursday across the globe. The event is intended to encourage worldwide awareness and action for the environment.