December 23, 2015
In this Issue:
Bangalore is not high on the agenda of most people travelling to India.
Take a Safari for New Years! As 2015 comes to a close, people everywhere are scrambling for New Years Eve plans. You needn’t worry though, because Sunday Safari and Afends have made sure that this time around you bring in...
2016 is the year Chris Widdows, aka Steady Eddy, celebrates 25 years in the business, so what better way to bring in the new year than with a comedy legend! Steady saw his sister performing comedy and decided on the...
Traffic gridlock and general motorist confusion came last Friday with the official opening of the Tintenbar to Ewingsdale section of the Pacific Highway. And traffic disruption associated with ongoing tunnel work is expected to continue until Easter.
Christmas can be a very emotional and lonely time for many people. Especially for fathers who the court has ruled unfit or in circumstances too impractical for them to spend even a few moments with the people they love the most – their kids.
Saturday saw people turn up in numbers to Railway Park, Byron Bay, for the Byron Community Centre’s free feast called Breaking Bread.
A thousand native trees are currently being planted at the site as part of North Byron Parklands’ ongoing bush revegetation program. The planting will be completed by local bush regenerators with the support of trainees interested in habitat restoration.
Local woman, Kate Ramsay of Goonengerry, launched her self-published memoir at the Mullumbimby Bookshop on Saturday, December 12, and more than 60 people crammed into the shop to show their support.
Story by Caz Parker Sparkling bi-fold doors are set to swing open to locals and guests at Elements of Byron Resort and Spa in February 2016. Locals will be welcome to use the resort, including the bar and restaurants, except...