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Controversial ‘phallic’ sculpture could be removed: councillor

The Ewingsdale roundabout sculpture is a safe and secure structure, according to Byron Shire Council staff. Yet the controversial artwork could be soon removed if a motion by Cr Jan Hackett is passed at the next Council meeting.

COVID update – sewage detection in East and South Lismore and Byron Bay

Northern NSW Local Health District is urging people in the Lismore City and Byron Bay areas to get tested for COVID-19, after fragments of the virus were detected in samples from the East Lismore, South Lismore and Byron Bay sewage treatment plants.

The old slouch hat

‘This is my favourite,’ we say espite the painfully obvious fact that we all, from time to time enjoy a wide variety of hats. Jon Summers, Suffolk Park

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