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Rural weddings and residents – Council moves to find balance
Solar carpark coming to Mullumbimby
Tallow Creek fish kill
Parvovirus outbreak in Byron Shire
NSW Govt regional food workshop for cafés, restaurants & food vendors
Draft Belongil Creek Entrance Opening Strategy now on exhibition
Council responds to court action
Council investing in 5-megawatt solar farm for clean energy future
New shared path on way for Balemo Drive, Ocean Shores
Council proposing $49 million for capital works in 2019/20 budget
Byron Bay bypass contract awarded with environmental protection
Byron Bay bypass awarded with environmental protection
Byron Bay’s markets to be temporarily relocated
$79,000 grant to be used for flying fox management
Railway Park rotunda to be relocated
Byron Shire car share trial to start in June
Mullum’s John “Fitzy” Fitzgerald walking Great Wall for diabetes
Council’s new Pest Animal Management plan takes collaborative approach
Osprey pair settle into their new Brunswick Heads nest
Council to host forum to shine spotlight on our housing challenge
Salvinia weevils successful in killing invasive water weed
Upgrades to Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club celebrated by community
Free workshop to help local groups applying for Council grants
Swim between flags this Easter
Community thanked for Talking Future Tourism with Council
What do you want your neighbourhood to look like in future
Work to start on Railway Park upgrade
Council supports surfboard leg rope safety campaign
We’ve made it easier to find DAs on our website
Council to trial innovative technology to reduce water leakage in pipe
Watering grass is getting technical
Byron Bay’s Butler Street Reserve to be locked at night
How do you think our community buildings measure up?
Council takes action on illegal dwellings
Talking Future Tourism campaign kicks off around kitchen table
New public art commissioned for Byron Bay’s Railway Park
Council steps up efforts to reduce cigarette litter on beaches