Create the winning name for the new business incubation site being launched in Mullumbimby by Soudough. New businesses are expecting to be onsite by the end of February.
The Byron Shire has some iconic views. One of the most memorable is the view of Mt Chincogan as you drive in to Mullumbimby from Uncle Tom’s, thanks to a visionary town planner and surveyor who insisted on the current... Read More →
With the 40th anniversary of the historic 1979 Terania rainforest logging protests soon to be celebrated, a project is being launched to commemorate the historic event.
Turning five often heralds new horizons and the start of exciting times. And that certainly seems to be the case for the Mullumbimby Food Box.
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.
If you like dancing, then you'll like the idea that Mullumbimby is having its own dance fest, starting Feb 19 when WeMove Studio opens its doors.
The new business incubation site in Mullumbimby will be run by Sourdough. They have an information session coming up on Wednesday, 21 February at the Mullumbimby Innovation Hub.
Growers beware. The dope squad is back in the air. As part of its annual cannabis eradication program, NSW police have once again sent their 'cannabis cowboys' into battle against the easiest of targets - the region's outdoor cannabis growers.
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.
Concerned residents in Coorabell have repeatedly alerted council to the danger of having no safety barrier on a re-built section of Possum Shoot Road following a land slide in the area around several years ago.
The Mullumbimby Street Festival is a whole new experience for the Mullumbimby landscape and the twilight market is kicking off this Saturday from 3pm at the Mullum Leagues Club.
Michele Grant, president, Bruns Community Care Council. Brunswick Community Care (BCCC) raised the idea of establishing community housing mobile home parks on railway land over 10 years ago.
The body spotted by locals in Brunswick River below Mullumbimby on November 29, 2017 has been identified by police.
The Echo drudges were keen to find out what you thought the best caption they came up with was? Or better yet post your caption in the comments section below!
Tony Carsburg customers have been left incensed at the letter they received from Holden claiming that ‘Tony Carsburg Holden recently closed its Holden franchise…’
Mullumbimby after-school care (ASC) and vacation program are celebrating moving into a lovely, dedicated ASC space at Mullumbimby Primary School and have averted closure, which was looming late last year.
It has come to light that NORTEC has recoded significant business losses during the last few years shedding more light on the motivations behind their recent withdrawal from programs they have been funded to provide both in the Byron, Lismore and Ballina shires.
It is time to save the reef! After the success of last year's first swim for the reef in Mullumbimby organiser Josh Scott-Jouir is putting out the call to locals to get involved in raising money for the EDO through a swimathon in Mullum pool.
Renew Fest will celebrate its third anniversary this May, and earlybird tickets are available from January 8 until February 14. The grassroots festival, to be held May 19 and 20 at the Mullum Showgrounds, is a celebration of collaborative action... Read More →
Employment and training provider NORTEC have recently withdrawn the government funded outreach program aimed at providing language, literacy and numeracy training to help people access employment and training opportunities.
Flickerfest is returning to the northern rivers for its twentieth year to bring you the best short films from the Byron region, Australia and the World between 26–28 January.
Retiring from medical practice he may be, but well-known local doctor and musician Michael Pelmore still has much to do.
Twenty-three crashes in five years, an average of 1,362 vehicles per day and an RMS audit that found various ‘intolerable’ risks on the 11.3km stretch of road between Goonengerry Road and the Pacific Highway
NORTEC claims to be ‘creating opportunity and inspiring the future’ and that they are able to provide ‘small-business solutions’ but they have demonstrated that supporting and inspiring is not at the top of their list of priorities – at least not for the small businesses they were supposed to be supporting in Byron Bay, Mullumbimby and Goonellabah.