• 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

  • Ballina councillor and mayoral aspirant Sharon Cadwallader says Ballina needs to move away from ‘silo’ marketing if is to become a tourism destination on a... Read More
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  • Bed taxes and begging-bowls were two of the issues on the agenda at a local government review meeting in Ballina 1 The Ballina Mayor says councils need... Read More
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  • Tweed ratepayers could become part of a super council stretching from Tweed Heads to Grafton or split between smaller coastal and rural councils under a... Read More
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  • The diversity of the community has topped the list of what Lismore residents love about their city. The results of a recent community survey are in,... Read More
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  • The federal member for Page says she doubts that Clarence Valley Council will end up paying any carbon tax on its land-fill emissions. The council could... Read More
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  • Forestry and agriculture workers could be sent to Grafton from Sydney under a proposal from the State Member for Clarence 1 The State Member for Clarence Chris... Read More
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  • The Deputy Premier says he supports a decision to downsize the Grafton jail, but admits it could have been handled better. Nationals’ leader Andrew Stoner has... Read More
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  • It’s hoped a new High Performance Surfing Centre will cement Australia’s dominance in the sport globally. A multi million dollar training centre for the next generation... Read More
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  • Southern Cross University is sure there will be local demand for graduates from a new engineering course. From the start of next year students will be... Read More
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  • THE number of mobile speed cameras on state roads will see a dramatic increase over the next few months, with NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay... Read More
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