June 10, 2015
In this Issue:
The hero’s first line is ‘just doin’ my job, ma’am’; the hero’s last is ‘now we rebuild’, as he stands watching Old Glory waving proud over the rubble of San Francisco. If there was just an iota of tongue-in-cheek...
If you can keep your feet warm, you’ve got half the battle won. It’s an adage all footy tragics swear by when attending games on nights as cold and damp as last Friday’s at Red Devil Park.
The Byron Greens returning officer has hit out at claims made in an advertisement taken out by Cr rose Wanchap in the Byron Echo last week, describing her version of how she became a Greens candidate as 'self-centred'.
Byron Shire Council’s general manager Ken Gainger has responded to complaints about the planned Byron Bay parking scheme, including why residents should have to pay the fourfold increase in the existing parking fee.
Samuel J Fell Tucked away in Suffolk Park’s small cluster of shops and businesses on Clifford Street sits Pizza Paradiso, casually and cheerfully peddling a modern take on what can be a tired and stale Australian version of basic Italian...
With more 1,300 cars participating this year’s Cooly Rocks On, there may have been a few overheated radiators as the parade of ‘50s and ‘60s automobiles took to the streets of Coolangatta, Kirra and Tweed Heads for the Show’n’Shine.