November 11, 2015
In this Issue:
Finally playing their first home game of the Summer Youth League season gave little advantage to the Byron Bay FC Wildcats and Rams last Friday night. The Cavanbah Centre pitch was in great condition but a strong northerly and some blustery rain made it tough going for all concerned.
Detailed designs are finalised and the tender for the construction of the North Ocean Shores Sports Field and Amenities Block have been released.
The Byron Farmers’ Market continued its tradition of supporting local organisations with a recent $2,000 donation to the Liberation Larder.
A Byron forum to consider food retailing trends in Australia and the impact on local communities features federal senator Nick Xenophon, who will address the Coles and Woolies on our communities.
Story and photos by Caz Parker Vintage Schweppes bottles light up to spell LOVE above a timber ‘love seat’. This is becoming a popular Instragrammable Byron attraction. It’s inspired the new motto ‘Stop, in the name of Love’ and adds...