The Tale of One Arabian Night played to a full house yesterday bringing hilarity and engagement as part of a totally inclusive event.
Have you been wondering what the new wooden fencing near the southern entry to Brunswick Heads is all about? Or the new road grids near the Pacific Highway interchange on Gulgan Road?
This year the Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk (BNSW) is taking human impact on the environment as its inspiration.
Bruns Tennis, a volunteer organisation that has been running the tennis court facility in South Beach Road Brunswick Heads have just signed a ten year licence to continue running the facility. ‘This is wonderful news for the club which is... Read More →
We often think of dementia as a loss of memory that happens to old people but in fact there are many people who are affected by early onset dementia as early as their 40s.
The Brunswick Scouts are excited to announce the final line-up for this Saturdays Brunswick Scouts Fundraiser that is taking place at the Terrace Reserve from 11am till 4pm
It is time to celebrate the volunteers who assist people who have difficulty accessing public transport this Sunday at Banner Park in Brunswick Heads with a thank you feast and entertainment.
This Saturday head to Brunswick for a fun family afternoon full of live music, activities and great prizes to delight the young and the young at heart.
Looking for somethgin to do this Saturday? The Brunswick Scouts are pulling out all the stops and holding a family friendly fundraiser so bring a blanket and enjoy the fun.
On Sunday, March 25, about 40 people met in Brunswick Heads Park to hear Thomas Mayor tell the story of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. It was the result of the historic First Nations Convention held at Uluru in 2017.
New parking restrictions will be coming into force throughout the Byron Shire on March 26.
By Vivienne Pearson Barista for a day Admit it – you’ve always wanted to have a go at being a barista. You have, haven’t you? How cool it would be to stand behind an espresso machine, watch the liquid gold... Read More →
Pam Bailey, Brunswick Heads. I would like to commend Matt and Kim, the men working on the footbridge over the Brunswick River, for the fine job they have done. We now have a bridge that is wooden, safe, pleasing to... Read More →
By Vivienne Pearson The Fish Bar that Jack Built has turned two! The big day was Saturday (3 March), and was celebrated with face painting, balloons, spot give-aways, a ‘design your ultimate burger’ competition, and lots of quality fish and... Read More →
The draft Brunswick boat harbour plan has been released and locals continue to express concerns over various elements of the design. The public have until May 1 to provide feedback to the NSW Department of Industry – Lands and Water.
Traffic is currently backed up both coming into and leaving Mullumbimby at the Uncle Toms turn off
Elizabeth Lord is looking at starting up a singing group for people with Parkinson's disease in the local area to help increase their sense of wellbeing.
Creating ‘inorganic’ communities and finding ways to live off other peoples waste has become a way of life for many both locally and around the world.
Make sure you welcome the graduates of the latest Surf Rescue Certificate Course next time you head for a swim at Brunswick Heads. The local high school students have studied and practised Surf Rescue Skills and are now competent in... Read More →
The 58th Brunswick Heads Woodchop Carnival had another successful year and saw two new Australian champions crowned among four days of action. Everything went to plan and there were plenty of entrants and spectators, event secretary Joy Slater said. ‘As... Read More →
The backfilling of the Brunswick boat harbour slipway by the Department of Primary Industry – Lands and Water (DPI) has drawn the ire of the new owner of the Brunswick Fish Co-op William Silverman.
A local homeless man who killed his dog at Brunswick Heads believed he had no choice because the animal had bitten two children, Byron Local Court has heard. But the magistrate found that Robert Kim Mitchell should have found a... Read More →
A woman has admitted that she locked her seven-year-old son in a car at Brunswick Heads after the boy was allegedly assaulted by a man. The 45-year-old cried quietly in Byron Local Court on January 11 as she pleaded guilty... Read More →
I posted a link to Mandy Nolan’s latest column on Brunswick Community Facebook page and the moderator Ian Barnes had to shut down comments which I presume were so offensive – I didn’t get to read them thankfully!
Intimidation and assault in Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay lead to charges being laid against local juvenile male.