For the second year in a row a successful Chinny charge has seen runners and walkers enjoy the delights of climbing Mount Chincogan on the only day of the year it is open to the public.
For 25 years Mullumbimby textile artist Susan Fell Mclean has been exploring the use of dyes derived from eucalyptus leaves.
Shanti Town in Mullumbimby are giving away jackets for anyone who needs a little winter warmth.
Sculpture is taking root in Mullumbimby with the $30,000 Spirit of Chincogan commission currently seeking submissions and the inaugural Ingenuity Community Sculpture Festival set to take place during the Mullum Music Festival later in the year.
As much as they love their museum pieces, the Brunswick Valley Historical Society are happy to take their beloved, traditional kerosene heater and consign it to history.
Join the annual NAIDOC Week celebrations throughout the region from July 8 to 11.
The final lamppost has been decorated in Mullumbimby by students at Cobbers Pre-School who are leaving their mark for all to see.
Georgia Osborn, from Main Arm Upper Public School, won the CWAs first prize with her power-point presentation on Poland.
Greens Member for Ballina Tamara Smith announced today that she had won an assurance from the NSW government that the Mullumbimby community will be consulted on any proposed sale of public land along the rail corridor that runs through the town.
Kia Wasley launched Australia’s first mobile recording studio for people with disabilities in Mullumbimby recording a song she wrote about her experience of bullying and disabilities.
In Mullumbimby Jo Devine is selling cakes, tea and raffle tickets outside Mitre 10 to once again raise money for the Cancer Council as part of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Richard Mordaunt and Bob Gray, Mullum Gateway Project. Very shortly we will begin repairing and restoring the Mullumbimby Gateway. We carved the totems in 1987 on the riverbank in Mullumbimby and we designed the Gateway site so that it would... Read More →
One local is making the point that Byron Shires pot holes are something to behold and finding new and innovative ways to make use of them.
A woman has been charged after allegedly firing a rifle at two people near Byron Bay.
The Branches has been growing in the two+ years since ‘Mullumbimby’s biggest little coffee roaster’ opened.
There's a new shed on the block – it is time to shed your preconceptions and get hands on with shedding – a space for everyone to learn new skills and tinker to your hearts content.
Harmony Day celebrations are coming to Mullumbimby this year for the first time on Saturday, April 28.
Mullumbimby ANZAC Day Dawn Service and March will be taking place this Wednesday, 25 April and everyone is welcome to attend this or the main service.
A hot air balloon carrying 11 people brought down two power lines near the The Pocket Road at Middle Pocket just after 7.30am last Saturday.
ABC’s Dirt Girl and our own local Plastic Free Boy will be hitting the green carpet this Saturday, April 7 to celebrate yet another Mullumbimby store that is getting rid of single use plastic bags.
Mullum Magic Toastmasters Club helps build confidence and skills and they have recently launched an exciting new education program.
Sourdough Business Pathways have now finished a sustainability retrofit of the small business incubator site in Mullumbimby and are now inviting new applications from prospective businesses.
New parking restrictions will be coming into force throughout the Byron Shire on March 26.
Have you wanted to do something to show your support for the #StopAdani movement but can’t quite come at tying yourself to the railway tracks?
Byron Shire District of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is holding its upcoming AA convention at the Mullumbimby Civic Centre on the weekend of March 23 – 25.