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Thu 14 Jun 2018

Digging up our future stars

Digging up our future stars

Mullum Un-earthed will see seven local high bands go head to head from 5pm on Friday night at Mullum High Hall.

New stars shine at BK Classic

New stars shine at BK Classic

LENNOX teen sweeps all before her at Byron Boardriders Ben King Classic.

Wed 13 Jun 2018

EDITORIAL: Get on board for re-brand in a can

EDITORIAL: Get on board for re-brand in a can

ANY stressed media executive from the Sydney with enough Bitcoin can rent out the house and assume the identity of a laid back super chilled Byron local.

GALLERY: Brunswick Heads goes for the gold 'n' old

GALLERY: Brunswick Heads goes for the gold 'n' old

EVERY thing old was new again over the weekend at Brunswick Heads' Old and Gold Festival.

Tue 12 Jun 2018

New arts festival will help us face our own mortality

New arts festival will help us face our own mortality

ORGANISED by a local resident, the We are All Going to Die Festival is coming to the Northern Rivers.

Mon 11 Jun 2018

Will Holly out muscle Batman?

Will Holly out muscle Batman?

FEARLESS Byron artist up against super heroes for an Australian Comic Award for her tale of life, love and the Bay.

Sun 10 Jun 2018

Justine Clarke is headlining Little Splendour

Justine Clarke is headlining Little Splendour

THE childrens' line up for his year's festival is almost as cool as the adult's one.

A truth that will not be stolen, on stage

A truth that will not be stolen, on stage

A NEW take on Harrison's classic play about the Stolen Generations by National Theatre of Parramatta, is coming to the Northern Rivers.

Sat 9 Jun 2018

Mates cross the country for Parkinsons Disease

Mates cross the country for Parkinsons Disease

A GROUP of riders have taken on some of the roughest roads, in some of the most remote parts of the country to raise money for a good cause.

Writers' bus taking the word to the people

Writers' bus taking the word to the people

THE NSW govenrment has delivered extra money for the cultural project this year.

Fri 8 Jun 2018

Mayor slams holiday letting 'fiasco'

Mayor slams holiday letting 'fiasco'

BYRON mayor wants to push the pause button on state's short term holiday letting policy.

Decision looms for West Byron

Decision looms for West Byron

OPPONENTS of the West Byron are rallying to make a last stand against the twin developments.

Ninja and son on a mission

Ninja and son on a mission

NINJA warrior and her seven-year-old son set to compete on the world stage.

Thu 7 Jun 2018

CANCELLED: Musician apologises for 'inexcusable behaviour'

CANCELLED: Musician apologises for 'inexcusable behaviour'

TWO Northern Rivers shows, one of them sold out, were part of the tour.

Bangalow gallery shows generations of dreaming

Bangalow gallery shows generations of dreaming

SHARE the unique vision of the Pwerle family at Ninbella Gallery in Bangalow.

Poet and painter at the Billi Hotel

Poet and painter at the Billi Hotel

TWO of Billinudgels most colourful characters, a poet and a painter, are coming together for a unique exhibition at the local pub.

Only dogs on screen for adorable film festival

Only dogs on screen for adorable film festival

PAWSIBLY the cutest selection of short films coming to Northern Rivers screens this year.

EDITORIAL: Garbage washes up on the beaches of our minds

EDITORIAL: Garbage washes up on the beaches of our minds

THE biggest carcass to wash up this week on our mind-shores was Barnaby Joyce's $150,000 tell-nothing television exclusive.

Wed 6 Jun 2018

Classic board rider battle

Classic board rider battle

ONE of Australia's biggest amateur surf competitions with $25,000 in prizes on offer kicks off this weekend in Byron Bay

Foodworks store applies for liquor licence

Foodworks store applies for liquor licence

COMMUNITY comment is being sought in regard to Foodwork's application for a Liquor Licence.

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