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Launching the WAVE 2023

Shearwater is thrilled to announce the launch of WAVE 2023: The Gatekeeper, the 23rd year of the Mullumbimby Steiner School’s Wearable Arts...

Dey pushes for new minimum Byron rate against warnings of rate bracket creep

A new proposed flat minimum rate across the Byron Shire aimed at easing pressure in the housing market would put 238 residential properties in higher rates brackets.

Man hit by truck in Tweed dies

About 11.30am (Wednesday, 24 May), emergency services were called to the M1 at Chinderah, following reports a man had been struck by a truck.

What is the future of Shaws Bay in Ballina?

How we manage our coastal areas have long term impacts both on our natural and built environments. Ballina Shire...

One year in, and federal Labor lacks the ticker for big picture challenges

The budget didn’t cause a ripple of anxiety among well-heeled Australians, big business or Murdoch shock jocks, and that was the precise intention of Treasurer Jim Chalmers. It was basically business as usual

April 2025: new deadline for temporary housing pod villagers in Wollongbar

The recovery horizon for last year’s Northern Rivers disasters continues to stretch, but the government seems determined to finalise ‘exit plans’ for survivors staying in temporary housing in Wollongbar.

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Ocean Shores park scores $418k in funding

Waterlily Playscape funding has been announced by the NSW coalition, and will go towards the construction of shared cycling and walking pathways, the formalisation of the carpark, shade sails for the playground, the construction of an all-abilities flying fox and a wheelchair-friendly treehouse.

More funding for Ocean Shores’ Waterlily Park

For years, Ocean Shores’ Waterlily Park was the poor cousin to other children’s playgrounds in the region. But that’s all changing. No sooner has one round of funding been celebrated than a new one is announced.

A colourful launch for Waterlily Playscape

The launch of Waterlily Playscape at Waterlily Park at Ocean Shores on Sunday was ‘a huge success’ according to organisers. ‘Hundreds of locals attended. The kids were playing on the new equipment enthusiastically.

Ocean Shores’ new playground opens

Performances, face-painting and games run by the students of Ocean Shores Public School will be the highlight of the official opening of Waterlily Park this Sunday, April 2, from 1-3pm.

Westpac chopper a beacon for Ocean Shores kids

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter landed in Waterlily Park, Ocean Shores, last Saturday at around 10am, much to the amusement of the local kids. But the chopper was there on a serious mission.

Waterlily Park to lose its lilies

Byron Shire Council, is ‘mowing’ the lilies on the lake at Waterlily Park to increase oxygen levels in the water and create a clearer, safer shoreline.

Posturing politicians

While Greens in the Senate endure the irony of being pilloried by the government for speaking passionately about social justice and housing, Patricia Warren’s...

National Reconciliation Week starts tomorrow

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

Thank you from the top of our heads to the bottom of our well-dressed feet

Saturday's annual Bell & Ford vintage clothes garage sale fundraiser for the SHIFT Project was an incredible success with $36,500 being raised at the Byron Surf Club – this year’s effort was up about $7,500 on the last event.

Labor Government committed to the demerger of Murwillumbah Education Campus

The significant issue of a merger of several Murwillumbah schools has been ongoing since 2020 when the then State Government announced via Sarah Mitchell MP that four public schools would be amalgamated into a single Kindergarten to Year 12 campus at Murwillumbah High.