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Stories about "Roundhouse site":

Roundhouse funds lead to roads, parks

Road resurfacing in north Byron Shire has taken by far the biggest slice of the ‘Roundhouse’ land-sale cash, after councillors voted last Thursday on where the allocation of funds will go.

Roundhouse-sale funds earmarked, but won’t go far enough

Byron Shire Council is calling for public suggestions as to how to spend the $3 million on infrastructure projects in the north of the shire it made from the controversial land sales of the former 'Roundhouse' site at Ocean Shores.

Roundhouse saga

W B Crompton, Mullumbimby. Re the ongoing saga of the Roundhouse site at Ocean Shores. It was the original office for Wendell West, the first developers. They gave it to Council to be a community centre

Roundhouse sale a tale of mismanagement

Alan Dickens, Brunswick Heads. Can anybody imagine what would have been the consequences faced by a CEO in the private sector who allowed the sort of loss that BSC incurred on the sale of the Roundhouse site blocks?

Roundhouse case lost

The Ocean Shores community has lost a Land and Environment Court challenge to prevent Byron Shire Council selling the 11 blocks of at the old Roundhouse site.

Ocean Shores residents get injunction against Roundhouse sale

The Ocean Shores Community Association (OSCA) has successfully sought a court injunction preventing the sale of the controversial Roundhouse sites by Byron Shire Council.

Something fishy about the Roundhouse site selloff

Rod Murray, Ocean Shores. Why was the Roundhouse site development not advertised nationally and put to auction to maximise benefit for the community?

‘Roundhouse’ blocks at Ocean Shores to be sold

Blocks of land at the landmark 'Roundhouse' site in Ocean Shores are to be sold off.

Roundhouse site should be owned by community

Ri Fraser, Ocean Shores. It was great to see the Ocean Shores Community Centre doors finally flung open for all the community last Saturday in a burst of renewed vitality.

ALP vote will be wasted: Greens

A vote for Labor’s Paul Spooner in the seat of Ballina would be a wasted vote, according to the Greens’ candidate for the seat, Tamara Smith, who has announced the Greens would buy the Ocean Shores Roundhouse site for community land.

60% of Ballina Council investments in fossil fuel aligned companies

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Flood trauma? Free women’s mindful healing workshops available

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Grant for innovative Birthing on Country program

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When western medicine doesn’t work 

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