A PADDLE OUT into the surf off Main Beach was held in honour of slain Byron Bay DJ, Chris “Dad Bod” Badley, on Saturday January 6.
Chris died as a consequence of blunt-force trauma at a Byron Bay Christmas Party and young kickboxer Javen O’Neill, 24, is charged with his murder.
AFTER EIGHT weeks of discussions with more than 300 people in the Byron Shire about the new Environmental (E) zone review process, Council staff are reviewing 600 submissions received from land owners and members of the public.
Shannon Burt, Byron Shire Council’s Director Sustainable Environment and Economy, said staff are collating all of the information and feedback from the public about where they think E zones should be applied and reviewing what changes are needed to improve the accuracy of Council’s vegetation and E zone mapping information
THE BYRON Flea Market, affectionately known as “Byron Flea”, is a monthly market nestled in the lush parklands of Byron Bay.
It is the only youth-focused market in Australia.
IT’S AMAZING to see how so much entertainment is provided from just one club, but at the Byron Bay Services Club it’s a normal part of every week.
Members have three chances each week to take home the Club’s Members’ Cash Jackpot Draw – which Jackpots $250 each week until a winner takes it home.
FORMER RUGBY League player and 2013 Young Australian of the Year, Corey Payne, is Byron Shire’s Australia Day Ambassador for 2018.
Corey Payne will be a guest speaker at local Australia Day events which will be held throughout the Byron Shire on 26 January.
THE RAIN held off, the music was superb and the food was amazing as thousands of people gathered in Jonson Street in Byron Bay to send off 2017 and welcome in the New Year.
The crowd, estimated to be more than 10,000 people, had a great time, dancing, singing, and watching the cabaret, circus acts and magicians.
HERE FOR its 25th installment, the Falls Festival has become a staple diet for the many punters up and down the east coast of Australia who enjoy listening to quality tunes to bring in their new year.
Returning for its fifth edition at the North Byron Parklands, Falls managed to put in place what has proved thus far to be a well oiled and increasingly lubricated machine (and when I say lubricated, you should read: beers; but more on that later).
A MAN has been charged with murder following the death of Byron Bay DJ Chris Bradley.
Tweed Byron Police yesterday Thursday December 28 charged a 24-year-old man from Byron Bay over the shock Christmas Day death.
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We pride ourselves in offering attentive, caring, qualified staff, in a fun-filled safe environment for your children to enjoy.
POLICE ARE investigating the death of a Sydney-born DJ who collapsed and died during a Christmas night celebration in Byron Bay as a homicide.
Chris Bradley, 28, was well known in the close-knit Byron Bay dance music scene, going by the cheeky moniker of ‘DJ Dad Bod’.