March 11, 2015
In this Issue:
Recently twenty-two Rainbow Region Dragon Boat Club members raced at one of the largest regattas on the News South Wales dragon boat calendar and returned home gold winners.
Attitude and Arabesque are classical ballet moves. Now that I’ve got your attention, Peggy Lemaire, owner of the Cool Beans Cafe in Mullumbimby, is a former ballerina.
This week's Roundup features the fight for our land, our air and our water as local musicians band together to show their support for the anti-CSG/Lock the Gate cause by running a 12-hour fundraiser this Saturday.
Eating a nicely prepared, cooked and served meal out, these days, is as easy as filling your car with petrol.
Reggae and dance-hall champions The Strides are dropping their hotly awaited third album, The Youth, The Rich & The Fake, with their official launch at the Byron Bay Brewery this Saturday.
With the NSW elections just over two weeks away, the political candidates have gone into overdrive to win your vote. Here is our summation of the main promises of the major parties' candidates so far.
This entirely forgettable movie is most notable for the physical appearance of Dave Franco – I had no idea he was so tiny.
As an offshoot of the anti-hero paradigm, the crim-as-good-guy is a relatively recent development.
A protest to stop the construction of an NBN tower held at Clothiers Creek, west of Cabarita Beach, on Monday (March 9) highlighed many months of attempts by residents to halt the project.
Butler Street residents have been calling for it for months – and now it appears Byron Shire Council has heeded their call.