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Weaving through NAIDOC

DJ and Delta with some of the Weaving for Reconciliation exhibits. Photo Jeff Dawson.

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Teen missing from Coffs Harbour

NSW Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a teenager missing in the Coffs Harbour area.

Scandalous Council

How much of these pro-developer actions by Council are we supposed to put up with? Council give away land...

ARTEXPRESS to visit Tweed Regional Gallery

Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre is one of only two regional venues exhibiting ARTEXPRESS 2022. The exhibition is an annual showcase of exemplary artworks from the HSC examination in Visual Arts in NSW.

First Nations place-names under Ballina council spotlight

Greater efforts at reconciliation with First Nations people in the Ballina Shire when it comes to place-names is to happen after furious agreement at June’s council meeting.

The ‘Court of Public Opinion’

The corona investigative committee is moving forward. Time is needed to assimilate the proceedings of this very important investigation,...

Attempt to manage Byron’s fragile coastline impeded by State Government, report finds

Insufficient funding and guidance from the State Government is inhibiting Byron Council's attempt to effectively manage its famous but fragile coastline, a Council report has revealed.

Stories about "Mobile phone blackspots":

Optus to build 6 new phone towers in Northern Rivers

Optus is set to build new mobile phone towers in six locations across the Northern Rivers with funding from the state government’s mobile black-spot program.

Do you live in a mobile blackspot?

If you are interested in communicating your experiences of mobile coverage there is an independent Regional Telecommunications Review being conducted that is looking at the your experiences and issues in relation to regional coverage.

Labor slams govt over Centrelink, NBN waits

Labor’s Page candidate, Patrick Deegan, is tackling the government over issues including long waits for Centrelink clients, patchy mobile reception and an inadequate NBN rollout.

Pollies in shouting match over mobile black spots

Two things you can invariably find agreement on among rural residents, especially during an election campaign: poor internet speeds and patchy mobile phone reception.

Black hole or money pit?

Richard Hughes, Upper Main Arm. Interesting to read the article on the Clunes mobile reception black hole (February 180. Great to see black holes fixed but I am astounded at the level of corporate welfare handed out to the mobile phone companies.

Clunes to get mobile reception at last

Residents and businesses of Clunes are set to get better reception as a result of a new program to eradicate a mobile phone black spots.

Region’s mobile phone blackspots to be fixed

Mobile phone coverage across the northern rivers and Clarence Valley is set to improve improved with an $8.1 million investment to fix 91 local black spots. Is your area on the list?

Management of Byron’s fragile coastline impeded by NSW government: report

Insufficient funding and guidance from the State government is inhibiting Byron Council’s attempt to effectively manage its famous but fragile coastline, a Council report has revealed.

Road workers strike first time in decades

Road workers, construction crews and other Transport for NSW workers will walk off the job for the first time in decades on Thursday, as frustrations over the NSW Government's effective pay cut boil over.

Extreme fire weather days in Australia have doubled

Extreme fire weather days in Australia have doubled, yet according to new research from an international team of scientists, including the CSIRO, extreme fire weather days have increased in Australia by 56 per cent over the last four decades.

Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning 6 July, 2022

Now showing at HOTA (Home of the Arts), Come From Away tells the remarkable true story of thousands of stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland, Canada, that welcomed them all.