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Bush Fire Update – Friday 15 November
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Recycle Right for National Recycling Week
Take 3 for Sea Byron – a new campaign to reduce plastic pollution
More than 1,000 at bush fire info meeting
Mullumbimby water restrictions upgraded to Level 3
Community meeting to update residents on bush Fires
Byron Shire Council wins award for sustainable procurement
Youth Challenge – a chance to learn about Local Government
Byron markets relocation extended to mid-2020
Level 1 water restrictions now in effect for Mullumbimby
Community celebrates re-opening of Railway Park
Community celebrations for re-opening of Railway Park
New $400K culvert to reduce road flooding on Brunswick Valley Way
Connecting to country through art at Byron Bay’s Railway Park
Children are enjoying refurbishment of Sandhills Childcare Centre
Grants on offer for youth projects and programs
Bypass project referred to Federal Dept of Environment & Energy
Ready, set, PLAY – Gaggin Park is open for kids
Regional climate change information session on 16 October
Flying foxes struggling in dry weather
Have a say on Draft Our Mullumbimby Masterplan
Brunswick Heads bridge upgrade postponed until February 2020
Election of new Deputy Mayor
Planning for future of Mullumbimby Hospital site
Closure of Council’s offices in Mullumbimby
RSPCA drives home lessons for students at Byron Bay Public School
Council commits record plan for 2019/20
Bayshore Drive Lighthouse sculpture to be removed tonight
Council’s solar carpark roof opened today
Council grants on offer for local Australia Day events
Smoke testing of sewer system in Mullumbimby to help reduce flooding
Council’s Environmental Health team wins NSW award
Mullumbimby residents assist Council with stormwater in sewer project
Dying Norfolk Pine at Byron Bay to be removed for public safety
Dying Norfolk Pine at Byron Bay to be removed
Lighthouse sculpture to be decommissioned
Council looking at turning off some street lights at night
Council asking people to stay away from sand dunes at Suffolk Park
Strict environmental controls for bypass construction
Council project to focus on farmers
Rough sleeping count reveals Byron Shire’s need for outreach services
Sunday’s Byron Community Market a success
Don’t dump asbestos at Byron Resource Recovery Centre
Keeping Byron Shire beautiful – Council upgrading dog poo bag dispense
Byron Community market is on beachfront this weeken
Bangalow’s Heritage House – a new place to discover family history
Byron’s low risk wastewater management brings lower fees