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Bangalow food hub proposal withdrawn

Updated, Wednesday, 5.30pm Byron Shire Council has confirmed that a controversial development application for a massive food processing estate on the outskirts of Bangalow has been withdrawn by the proponents following widespread objection to the development.

Parties united in opposition to food hub

Asren Pugh, Bangalow.  It’s refreshing to see cross-party opposition to the food hub near Bangalow. It should now be clear to the Joint Regional Planning Panel...

Nat joins Greens in opposing Bangalow food precinct site

In a rare show of bipartisanship, North Coast Nationals MLC Ben Franklin has joined his Greens counterpart Dawn Walker in calling for the Joint Regional Planning Panel to reject a controversial industrial food processing complex on rural land just outside of Bangalow.

Food precinct could endanger Bangalow’s koalas: Greens

North Coast Greens MP and koala protection spokesperson Dawn Walker has raised the plight of Bangalow’s koala population in NSW Parliament and thrown her support behind the community campaign against the proposed mega food precinct at Lot 201 Lismore Road, Bangalow.

Bangalow food hub supports local growers

Sheryl Rennie, Bangalow. The Bangaow 'Food Hub’ will support local food growers and food manufacturers which already supply the domestic and international market.

Productive farmland should not be developed

Sue Taylor, Bangalow. As climate change presents us with an unpredictable future, the protection of agricultural land and soil becomes even more relevant and perhaps urgent.

Bangalow food hub meeting planned August 17

A public meeting has been called by the Northern Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) to hear from the public over a large-scale development proposed...

Byron Greens councillors oppose Bangalow food hub

Byron's majority Greens councillors led by mayor Simon Richardson have announced they will oppose the proposed Bangalow Food Hub development.

Bangalow food hub opponents elitist

Colin Clarke, Ocean Shores. How elitist are our precious Bangalow anti-development campaigners? Firstly, to set the record straight in regard to Tom Tabart’s comments: if that...

Bangalow food hub and its sewerage

Tom Tabart, Bangalow. It is heartening that Matt Corbett from Clunes has no problem with the mega-development proposed for Bangalow, after all most industrial traffic will go East through our town and he will not be bothered.

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Ballina cleans up!

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Lismore future councillor information sessions

With the delayed Local Government elections being held in September, several councils, including Lismore City Council, are holding information sessions for community members who are thinking about running for Council.