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Want to help wildlife? Think about your fences
Council selects smart water meter devices for trial
Byron Bay’s Railway Park wins national award
Council wins award for Biodiversity Conservation Strategy
Remember…we are on hols but COVID-19 isn’t
Mullum High working with Council on riverbank bush regeneration
Brunswick Heads Bridge nears completion
Council working with Government agencies on erosion problems
Safety for our community and environment has to come first
Survey provides a snapshot of COVID-19 impact on local businesses
New trees are perfect finish for new St Finbarrs’ playground
Potential collaboration with Council at Lot 12 Bayshore Drive
Postpone Schoolies until next year please
Mullumbimby Talking Street – less cars, more people
A new park for Byron Arts and Industry Estate
Bangalow Road upgrade underway – traffic delays expected
Bangalow and Ocean Shores next in line for road improvements
Drones to be used at Byron Bay as part of beach safety
Council to request help from NSW Govt to manage QLD border closure
Council helps Mullum High students with waste audit
Council endorses campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Cities Appeal
Dying fig to be removed because of safety risk
Supporting local emergency services and not-for-profits
Call for new members for Byron Masterplan Guidance Group
New bus shelters for Byron Shire
Couple fined more than $11,000 for dog attack
Council’s Engagement Program wins prestigious award
Border bubble is big trouble for Byron Shire
$162 million budget for 2020/21
What are we doing about homelessness in Byron Shire?
Taking action to save our endangered shorebirds
Belongil Creek entrance opened to reduce flooding
Entrance to Belongil Creek scraped to encourage natural opening
Another $2.2 million in grants for road upgrades in Byron Shire
$250k cycle and running track for Cavanbah Centre gets underway
Erosion at Clarkes Beach – stay away from dunes
Council steps in to help local businesses with COVID safety
$500K in major upgrades on way for Ocean Shores Community Centre
Byron to Suffolk Cycleway rolls onto next stages
Seven Mile Beach Rd carparks are open
Mobile COVID-19 testing clinic at Ocean Shores
Council awarded $56K for new ‘Pocket Park’ in Byron Arts and Industry
$1.5 million drainage upgrade to benefit local business and environmen
Put local community’s health first, Byron Shire Mayor warns holida
Council to trial smart water meters from August
Spotlight on Unauthorised Residential Accommodation
Byron Bay’s Railway Park takes out State landscape awards
Call out to birdwatchers – new access tags for Byron Wetlands