• Byron Writers Festival Brings Down the House

    Byron Writers Festival set a high bar this year, the standard of speakers was exceptional, the breadth of topics and genres immense and to top... Read Story

  • Bluesfest Turns 30

    It’s official Bluesfest has turned 30 and to celebrate that have just announced their first artists lineup that will be taking to the stage during... Read Story

  • Byron Shire’s roundabouts, toilet blocks and water tanks would be adorned with colourful, contemporary sculpture, mosaics and murals under a public art strategy to go... Read Story

  • Writers Festival Volunteers Ready for the Off

    With more than 140 international, national and local writers, thinkers and commentators about to gather at Elements of Byron for this weekend’s Byron Writers Festival,... Read Story

  • Farmers affected by flooding on the North Coast earlier this year have until the end of this month to apply for Natural Disaster Relief Grants,... Read More
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  • The Northern Rivers – NSW Business Chamber has welcomed the NSW Government’s piloting of its proposal for a ‘Small Business Friendly’ certification program for local... Read More
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  • With the federal election looming, the Reserve Bank has decided, as expected, to leave interest rates on hold this month following last month’s decision to... Read More
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  • Prime Minister Kevin Rudd will be on the campaign trail in the north coast seats of Richmond and Page today and is expected to announce... Read More
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  • A move by QantasLink to streamline connections between regional, domestic and international flights could boost travel to the north coast. From tomorrow, Thursday August 15th 2013... Read More
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  • Tweed Shire Council is one of five councils across NSW set to launch lawsuits against a financial advisory firm which has collapsed into administration with... Read More
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  • After years of debate about its effectiveness, a limited Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) system is to be installed at the taxi rank in Byron Bay. It... Read More
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  • Opponents of coal seam gas say documents obtained by The Greens show there’s a cosy and collusive relationship between the State Government and the industry. The... Read More
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  • The president of the Maclean Chamber of Commerce says plans to increase rates in the town would rip almost $2 -million out of the local... Read More
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  • The acceptance of council-operated street cameras continues to grow with Richmond Valley Council following the path of Lismore with plans for 55 cameras in the... Read More
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