Byron Shire Council wants to kick start the careers of some of our brightest young people with a traineeship or full-time job in Local Government.
Council currently has its largest number of trainee positions available, with an unprecedented six new positions up for grabs for school leavers, University students and graduates in areas including Engineering, Building Surveying, Administration, Records Management, Community Enforcement and Environmental Health.
A TERRIFIC shot on page 75 in Time & Tide 1.1 of the 1912 Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club.
After more than 30 years out of print, we have a reproduction edition of “Time & Tide”.
TODAY OCTOBER 16 is the last chance for residents of the Byron Shire to vote for one of four projects they would like to see funded by the NSW Government through its new $100 million Stronger Country Communities program.
The Stronger Country Communities Fund, which was announced this year, is open to all Councils in regional NSW with the specific aim of investing in projects that will improve the lives of residents and enhance the areas as vibrant places to live and work.
SPORTING the latest fashions, dining at the hippest restaurants, aspiring model Sara Alida Hughes was living the high life.
By her side, sharing the good times, was Adam Samuel Morgan, a man of interest to police, suspected of being one of Byron Bay’s biggest drug dealers.
ONE OF THE first things that grab the attention of visitors to the Byron Bay Services Club is the impressive dining experiences available to members and their guests.
THE VICTIM of a dog attack at New Brighton Beach on the 29 September 2017 has contacted the Byron Shire Council to say she is extremely happy a couple from Queensland has been fined over the incident.
The 29-year-old woman was running along the beach when she was attacked by a German Shepherd said Byron Shire Council’s Legal Services Coordinator, Ralph James.
RUGBY SEVENS is Rugby in it’s fastest form and rugby enthusiasts are invited to come to Byron Bay this weekend and watch teams from all over the World and around Australia compete.
This years registered teams have increased as well as the overall standard, with ex-Internationals involved.
A MAIN ARM land owner has been issued penalty notices (on-the-spot fines) totalling $15,000 for illegally removing trees from a property near Mullumbimby.
The five mature Tallowood trees were koala feed trees.