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Fundraising for koala signs for Bangalow

As the koala mating season has started, Bangalow Koalas has set up fundraising to create incorporate more koala road signs. Bangalow...

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Why are there so many vaccinated people in hospital?

It may be confronting to hear there are more vaccinated people than unvaccinated people in hospital – but it’s actually a good thing.

Images released of men who robbed the Byron Bowlo

Detectives investigating the armed robbery of a licensed premises in Byron Bay earlier this year, have released CCTV images and are appealing for public information that may assist their inquiries.

Compost back on Lismore’s gardening menu

Lismore City Council says that their BIOCycle Compost is again on sale from the Lismore Recycling & Recovery Centre and Nimbin Transfer Station, after a two-year break.

Tackling cane toads on the Tweed

Tweed Shire Council has put in place a plan to deal with the cane toad population in the area. Along with the not-for-profit organisation Watergum, Tweed Shire has launched a project for collecting toads that will begin in October.

New cases of COVID-19 below 1,000 for the first time in 25 days

In what is now a general press conference, the Premier spoke to media at 11am this morning about the pandemic and other business.

Mechanism of so much destructive economic policy re ‘la covida’, IMF

The IMF (US controlled, unelected) offered governments $650 billion in Special Drawing Rights, to buffer losses caused by economic...

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Local businesses creating a better planet

In early March, Byron Council opened submissions for their 2020 Sustainability Awards to highlight those businesses doing good things for the environment.

Grunwald turning lockdown into an art form

When Ash Grunwald had to cut short his concert tour of Europe because of the global pandemic, the first thing he did was come home and plant some seeds and get some chooks.

Businesses are morphing with COVID-19

Eve Jeffery Sectors of the north coast community who have really hit a financial wall owing to the COVID-19 pandemic are the food and entertainment...

John gets on the good oil

John Carr is 83 and was diagnosed with aggressive stage 3 small cell lung cancer at the start of April this year…

Pete plays the Enmore to fight unconventional mining

Local muso Pete Murray is preparing to join almost 70 acts across eight venues including Sydney's Enmore Theatre, for Australia’s biggest concert to support rural communities uniting to protect their farmlands from fracking and unconventional gas mining.

Grunwald wins LA Music Critic Awards

Off the back of the tremendous news that Ash Grunwald was nominated at the LA Music Critics Awards, unique bluesmen has won the award for Best International Act.

Musos pop-up at Bentley Blockade

Like a scene from a spy movie, seven cars pulled up at a guarded gate on Saturday afternoon and some of the north coast’s highest profiled musos stepped out to surprise and support protectors at the Bentley Blockade.

North-coast artists and activists join Pilliga protest

On Saturday north-coast artists performed at Barkala Farm in the Pilliga, where a 'Party at Maria's Place' concert was held to support to local residents united to protest expansion of CSG and coal mining in north-west NSW.

Crazy for locals

Ash Grunwald has been living in the Byron Shire for about five years and between touring the world and the rest of Oz, he doesn’t get to spend too much time at home. But tomorrow night Ash and mates Scotty Owen and Andy Strachan, will grace the stage at the Bruns for a good time of gargantuan proportions.

Party at Don’s Place – Doubtful Creek

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjPmFnqcXX0 February 16, 2013 Australian blues and roots musician Ash Grunwald and multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd joined forces to headline a pop-up concert on the battlefield of...

Nuclear Submarines – just a foot in the door

In the next few months we will hear a lot about how superior nuclear-powered submarines are. Vice Admiral Mike Noonan is even claiming superior stealth characteristics – which is simply not true. Yes, they tend to be faster. This is great if you want to go thousands of kilometres in a matter of days. But they are also much more expensive.

Compost back on Lismore’s gardening menu

Lismore City Council says that their BIOCycle Compost is again on sale from the Lismore Recycling & Recovery Centre and Nimbin Transfer Station, after a two-year break.

Tony’s reflections as king of the Macadamia Castle

Looking back on 14 years at the Macadamia Castle, Tony Gilding says the important things to him were the conservation of the animals and the development of staff.

Getting annoyed with NSW Farmers naming ‘rights’

The Annoying Vegan has become more annoyed today with what they see as the NSW Farmers getting on their high horse about the use of the words ‘meat’ and ‘milk’.