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COVID-19 update – Council responses 27 March
COVID-19 update – Council responses 26 March
COVID-19 Our local Council response for our local community
Byron Shire Council responses to COVID-19
COVID-19…Keep your distance please
Full steam ahead – roadworks coming to a street near you
Council postpones public community consultation events
Major road and bridge works in Bangalow
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information
Libraries in Byron, Lismore, Tweed and Ballina Shires closing tomorrow
Council to kick off 2020 community survey
Work to begin on Byron Shire’s sewer network
Asbestos dumped at Wilsons Creek
Who will you nominate for Byron Shire’s Sustainability Awards 2020?
Safety front and centre of new and approved Arakwal Court
NSW Government announces $25 million for projects in Byron Shire
Council counting cost of rain event
Water restrictions lifted – heavy rain fills Rocky Creek Dam
Use common sense & avoid waterways
Rain continues as natural disaster declared for Byron Shire
Council assessing damage from rain deluge
Rain causes damage to Byron Shire roads
283mm in Belongil rain gauge in 24 hrs & 225mm at Cape Byron
Wet weather affecting roads and causing flooding in Byron Shire
Rain to assist with natural opening of Belongil and Tallow Creeks
Helen Hamilton is Byron Shire’s 2020 Citizen of Year
Works on Brunswick Heads Bridge to start early February
Mullumbimby moves from Level 4 to Level 2 water restrictions
Draft North Byron Flood Risk Management Study on public exhibition
Fed Govt upholds Council’s decision to proceed with Bypass
Mullumbimby has taken on water challenge
Council holding two Citizenship Ceremonies this Australia Day
Australia Day in Byron Shire 2020
Telstra issues affecting card payments at Byron Bay meters
Road works – Pocket Road
Mullumbimby water restrictions – level 4 means save more
Thanks to all for a safe, happy NYE
It’s hot – look after your pets & native wildlife
Families are focus for NYE celebrations in Byron Bay
New planning controls proposed for Short Term Rental Accommodation
Level 4 water restrictions now in place for Mullumbimby
Parking changes -Seven Mile Beach Rd Broken Head
Looking for a great family-friendly NYE celebration?
How are we going to deal with waste in future in Byron Shire?
Butt Free Byron Shire campaign wins NSW award
Byron bypass construction break over Christmas and New Year period
Council starts engagement on proposed 5MW solar farm
New road safety campaign asks drivers to slow down and look for kids