July 8, 2015
In this Issue:
How neat would the world be if all our friends thought exactly the same way as we did? Our ideas would never be challenged, our comfort zones never pushed, instead we’d enjoy the constant reinforcement of our inherent righteousness.
Byron Bay Writers Festival is dishing up much more than food for thought once again in 2015 with food-infused events designed to both stimulate and satiate. For lovers of visual art BBWF is delighted to be partnering with acclaimed Tweed...
Last Sunday saw a collaboration of Kung Fu teachers and students from the Wu Chi School of Kung Fu attend a workshop presented by 10th Degree Gold Belt Arthur Cunningham.
Since 2004, Canadian comedian Pat Burtscher has been touring the globe with a pocket full of ideas, a brain full of questions and a heart full of love.
The Bay has asserted their dominance in Far North Coast Rugby Union once again, this time with an emphatic 34–14 win over local rivals Bangalow.
It is a rapidly evolving sporting world and professionalism and pursuit of the corporate buck has changed the landscape to the extent that many sports barely resemble the games as played 20 years ago.
The Dynamic Drawing exhibition/art event at Kulchajam last weekend saw over 400 people at the venue to view the work of 75 drawers showcasing 180 works.
Owning a self-storage facility is perhaps one of the best business models in the shire. So why not operate a self-storage facility on your property?
There’s an underground movement gaining momentum where individuals are opting to challenge the legal system, specifically licences, passports, police and the court system.
Byron Shire councillor Alan Hunter (Nationals Party) is under investigation by council compliance officers after neighbours alleged he breached his DA conditions for his ‘road transport terminal.’
Old Soul’s Eyes is the debut long-player from indie folk duo Walrus and the Carpenter. Walrus and the Carpenter is the collaboration of enigmatic singer/songwriter Matthew Engerer and kindred musical spirit Mat Akehurst.
The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma (Scribe $29.99) Review by Russell Eldridge It’s a heavy burden for 29-year-old shoulders to be lumped with the tag of heir-apparent to your country’s greatest writer. Chigozie Obioma has this to bear as praise keeps rolling in for...