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Pottsville mobile tower approved despite concerns over the environment

A failure to provide the requested ecological assessment for the site of a potential telecommunications pole at Pottsville, following a previous refusal, has not proved a hindrance to the majority of Tweed Shire councillors now approving the proposal.

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Temporary closure of Fawcett Street and Fawcett Park tomorrow

Fawcett Street and Fawcett Park will have sections temporarily close tomorrow Thursday 7 December 2023, to reinstall steel sculptures within the park.

First West Byron DA pushes planning rules

Plans for the first major residential development within the West Byron urban release area feature nearly a dozen breaches of planning and environmental protection rules and should not be approved, Byron Council staff say.

Labor’s hypocrisy on climate undimmed

Last week the Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Chris Bowen, delivered the Albanese Government's second annual Climate Change Statement, claiming major progress in emissions reduction while the numbers continue to scream that the opposite is true.

Concert Series – Screen Sounds

The Ballina RSL is hosting an all-ages event this weekend with a mesmerising journey through the cinematic soundscapes of the silver screen and gaming nostalgia with the Lismore Symphony Orchestra.

Lismore City Council struggles to maintain staff and understand the Local Government Act

The most contentious items on Lismore Council’s agenda for the November meeting were a development application (DA) for the...

Protestors find endangered Gliders in active logging zone

Forest campaigners have today stopped work in Styx River State Forest north east of Armidale to protect a Greater Glider and its home.

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Bangalow Weir upgrade kicks off

Federal funding has been confirmed for Bangalow Parklands and the local Bangalow community are thrilled to hear that all their hard work is finally paying off.

Bangalow Weir planting day

Bangalow Weir restoration works are almost complete and residents are encouraged to join an upcoming beautify planting day on Friday November 4 from 8.30am.

Bangalow Weir upgrade kicks off

Works at the popular Bangalow Weir and pool are underway and re-elected Byron shire mayor Simon Richardson is excited by its new lease of life.

Bangalow Weir needs more rocks, can you help?

The Bangalow Weir is looking for more rocks for its upcoming restoration works. If you have unwanted rocks stockpiled on your property that you would like to donate to the project, give Byron Shire Council a phone call on 6626 7158.

Bangalow Weir repairs to finally go ahead

Since January 2012, the town of Bangalow has been steadfastly standing by its failing weir. That community spirit has finally paid off, with the announcement by Byron Shire Council this week that the remediation works are finally set to start.

New look for the Bangalow weir revealed

The Bangalow Weir remediation is getting closer with the delivery of donated rocks this week, which have been stockpiled at the site whilst design drawings and environmental approvals are finalised.

Bangalow ‘waterfront’ concept plan launched

Efforts to revitalize the Bangalow Parklands along Byron Creek took another big step forward on Sunday when a capacity crowd at Heritage House heard encouraging news on the progress of the campaign.

Residents praise Bangalow Weir decision

A decision on Bangalow’s historic weir has been delayed after councillors yesterday all voted to wait for funding application results and the approval of a development application .

Sea walls and Bangalow Weir

Is there an example in Guernsey's push to fund sea walls that could enable Byron Shire to fund the Bangalow weir?

Bangalow residents ‘apalled’ by weir removal proposal

Recommendations by Byron Shire Council staff to remove the historic Bangalow Weir on Byron Creek have riled residents who say their wishes to restore it have been ignored.

Temporary closure of Fawcett Street and Fawcett Park tomorrow

Fawcett Street and Fawcett Park will have sections temporarily close tomorrow Thursday 7 December 2023, to reinstall steel sculptures within the park.

Lismore City Council struggles to maintain staff and understand the Local Government Act

The most contentious items on Lismore Council’s agenda for the November meeting were a development application (DA) for the change of use of a...

Bushfire risk and health warnings as it heats up across NSW

High heat warnings have been predicted for much of NSW over the coming days with above average temperatures predicted for Northern Tablelands, Central West...

Rally calls for ceasefire

A small but staunch group gathered at Main Beach Byron on Saturday to put their voices behind a call for a ceasefire in Palestine and an end to the Israel-Hamas war.