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Community celebration for opening of Mullumbimby’s new gateway
Council selects smart water meter devices for trial
Mullum High working with Council on riverbank bush regeneration
Mullumbimby Talking Street – less cars, more people
Bangalow and Ocean Shores next in line for road improvements
Hazard reduction burn in Mount Jerusalem National Park
Council helps Mullum High students with waste audit
Dying fig to be removed because of safety risk
Police charge two after 2012 fatal home birth – Watsonia
Border bubble is big trouble for Byron Shire
$162 million budget for 2020/21
Weekend COVID wrap: 16 PINs issued for breaches of Public Health Orders
FIREPROOFING AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST – NSW conservationists tackling ‘highly-flammable’ bamboo weed to protect koala
Council to trial smart water meters from August
While flying foxes are away
$220k for skateparks in Brunswick Heads, Federal and Mullumbimby
Community Survey – residents more satisfied in 2020
Council working on reopening community halls
Safety works underway for Coolamon Scenic Drive
Council services starting to get back to normal
Well done to volunteers for Mullumbimby Gateway totem pole
Some serious work to happen on Myocum Road
Hazard reduction burns in Toonumbar, Mount Jerusalem and Border Ranges national parks
Fatal single-vehicle truck crash near Mullumbimby
Planning for future development of Mullumbimby hospital continues
COVID-19 Our local Council response for our local community
Byron Shire Council responses to COVID-19
Full steam ahead – roadworks coming to a street near you
Work to begin on Byron Shire’s sewer network
Asbestos dumped at Wilsons Creek
Police charge man with manslaughter over double fatal crash near Mullumbimby
Council counting cost of rain event
Water restrictions lifted – heavy rain fills Rocky Creek Dam
Rain continues as natural disaster declared for Byron Shire
Mullumbimby moves from Level 4 to Level 2 water restrictions
Draft North Byron Flood Risk Management Study on public exhibition
Mullumbimby has taken on water challenge
Council holding two Citizenship Ceremonies this Australia Day
Mullumbimby water restrictions – level 4 means save more
Level 4 water restrictions now in place for Mullumbimby
Rous brings in Level 1 water restrictions for Byron Shire from 7 Dec
Rolling out Council’s new Bike Plan
Renovating? Pick up a free asbestos testing kit from Council
Want to help locals affected by bush fires?
Crown Land managers win at 2019 Regional Achievement and Community Awards
More than 1,000 at bush fire info meeting
Mullumbimby water restrictions upgraded to Level 3
Community meeting to update residents on bush Fires