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Does Tweed’s time capsule have a message for you?

Former members of the discontinued Murwillumbah branch of community service organisation Apex Australia alongside the Tweed Shire Council came to the tough decision to open the three 50-year-old time capsules in a controlled environment due to public health concerns.

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NSW government fails to reconfirm commitment to SSF at Cudgen Plateau

NSW Labor's Planning and Agriculture ministers Paul Scully and Tara Moriarty have failed to confirm their commitment to State Significant Farmland (SSF) at Cudgen Plateau today. 

Native forest logging increases fire risk

With fire season well and truly here, the Nature Conservation Council of NSW has today urged members of the NSW Parliament to prioritise safety and security by ending the fire risk being caused by native forest logging.

Comment closes today on DA for former Pacific Pines Development Site at Broadwater

A Development Application for the historic ‘Pacific Pines’ site at Boundary Creek in Broadwater is currently ‘on exhibition’ with Richmond Valley Council and locals have raised concerns over the development of the site due to its significant historical flooding. 

Explosive

According to many sources, at least 25,000 tonnes of explosives, and counting, have been dropped on the besieged refugee...

Front runners emerge in Coastal Cricket league

Byron Bay second-grade cricketers continued their winning streak last Saturday and are now just two competition points off the...

Hope for whistleblowers?

It's been a strange time recently for whistleblowers, and those who value their contribution to Australian society.

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‘Oversized’ Bangalow development rejected again

A legal show-down between developers pushing for a large-scale Bangalow mixed residential-commercial building and Council is likely to return to the Land and Environment Court after councillors voted to reject a compromise proposal.

Byron set to make final decision on Bangalow development

After rejecting two previous sets of plans, Byron Shire Council has been in conciliation with a developer over the design of a property in Station Street, Bangalow. But the result, which was shown to local residents yesterday, didn't meet with overwhelming approval.

Council rejects controversial Bangalow DA

In a close vote Byron Shire councillors decided 5-4 last Thursday to refuse a development application for a controversial mixed residential and commercial building at 9 Station Street, Bangalow, near the A&I Hall.

New wave of antisocial behaviour hits SGB

Drug use, fights, vandalism, destruction of property, and violent intimidation of locals sitting in their homes.

Youth wellness app launching Nov 30

A free wellbeing app for young people, developed by young local Indigenous people on the Northern Rivers, is being launched this Thursday, November 30 at the M-Arts in Murwillumbah from 5pm.

Mandy Nolans Soapbox: Climate is About People

What scares you more? The impact of warming by 1.5 degrees that results in drought, famine, heat stress, species die-off, loss of entire ecosystems and habitable land and 100 million people being thrown into poverty? Or a hundred or so activists in a kayak?

Turning eight at the Nudge

Saturday is the day for you to arrive early and stay late! Cunning Stunts’ Nudge Nudge Wink Wink: The Ultimate Party with a Conscience is turning 8!   Eight performances will dazzle on this date, filled with bangers all day long for you to dance and gyrate to fromt their magical birthday line up – we can’t wait!  Guest DJs: Iain Yes, James Scott, Rahel, Lady S, and Miss L, join the awesome resident DJs, Lord Sut and Dale Stephen + live performances by The Hoodlum Ballet, all curated for you to celebrate.