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French Film Festival – just delicious

This year’s French Film Festival opening night choice is a unique adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s thrilling and beloved classic novel The Three Musketeers. In a double blockbuster film production nominated for six César awards, from director Martin Bourboulon, the opening instalment, D’Artagnan, will open the festival.

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Enjoy the finest Taiwanese tea and cuisine at Radiance Oolongtea House in the heart of Mullumbimby

Tea is integral to Taiwanese culture. The art of tea is a lifelong journey, with the tea ceremony being...

First Australian made and owned rocket test flight coming…

Gilmour Space Technologies is looking to put Australia on the map when it comes to space flight with the first test flight of an Australian-made and owned rocket coming in a few months.

How would you stop koalas going extinct in the wild?

The strategy for koala conservation is currently under review and the community is being asked for feedback on the best ways to help NSW’s endangered koalas.

Mandy gets back to a little virgin sacrifice

The virgin sacrifice is bak with Mandy Nolan bringing the Northern Rivers a new batch of comedy virgins coming to the stage.

Missing person, Gold Coast

Police are seeking public assistance to locate a 39-year-old woman missing from the Gold Coast.

Stolen ute, ransacked service station and vandalised police cars

Stolen Brunswick Heads ute allegedly taken on wild adventure ransacking service station and being party to vandalising police cars before being abandoned in the bush at Coraki.

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Naked rally in Byron as gov’t agency calls time on ‘nude’ beach

Around 150 people rallied in support of a clothing-optional section of beach in the Byron Shire on Sunday, many of them nude.

Tyagarah fire op downscaled as local crews join Tabulam fight

Firefighting operations in the Tyagarah nature reserve near the Byron Arts and Industry Estate have significantly down-sized, owing mostly to more dangerous fires elsewhere in the region.

Brunswick/Byron fire update

Due to overnight rain on the Bayshore Drive fireground, the fire between Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay has been downgraded to PATROL status, with responsibility returning to local crews.

Cruel Sea smash it for wildlife

One might have been forgiven for thinking the Cruel Sea chose Byron Bay’s notoriously receptive and forgiving punters for their first gig back in more than a decade…

Tyagarah bushfire cause under investigation

Fire-fighting crews are to continue monitoring and mitigating the bushfire at Tyagarah today while an investigation into its cause continues.

Tyagarah residents asked to remain alert as Bayshore Drive fire flares again

Residents in parts of Tyagarah in the Byron Shire are once again being asked to remain alert and monitor conditions as the Bayshore Drive bushfire flares up again.

Bluesfest asked to trial small events, again

If a noise test takes place in the woods, but nobody knows it’s happening, does it still make a sound?

Acoustic set from Beck next Easter at Bluesfest

Musical genius Beck returns to Australia and will grace the stage for the first time ever at Bluesfest next Easter.

We got the BLUES!

Echo photographer Jess Dawson has been at Tyagarah to make sure those who weren't there still got some Blues…

Watch out for that…

NSW Police say that a parachutist was rescued from trees at Tyagarah yesterday.

Interview with Tijuana Cartel

Tijuana Cartel is a renowned Australian musical collective celebrated for their pioneering fusion of diverse genres. Their latest masterpiece, Alectura is an innovative album that once again showcases the band’s expertise in blending organic house and melodic house with captivating rhythms, beats, and global influences.

Concerned about climate change and societal collapse?

Join a Q&A with Jem Bendell for one night only in Byron Bay – Professor of Sustainability, Jem Bendell, was one of the first to directly name and speak out about what the climate crisis means for our civilisation. His seminal paper Deep Adaptation started a global movement by that name as well as inspiring the creation of Extinction Rebellion.

Seedlings: start another Big Scrub

Victoria Cosford There’s something about trees that makes people happy, that evokes a positive response. I’m standing at the newish ReForest Now stall at the...

National inquiry highlights the importance of shopping locally

The final report of the Inquiry into Price Gouging and Unfair Pricing Practices released last month revealed big business has worsened the cost-of-living crisis...