Council Converts Copious Waste to Compost

Lismore City Council’s award-winning state-of-the-art organics collection and compost processing centre team members. Photo: http://compostforsoils.com.au

MORE THAN 9,000 tonnes of organic waste in the last two years being diverted from land fill and turned into compost under Resource Recovery and education campaigns by the Byron Shire Council.

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Byron Bay’s Railway Park to be Transformed

Will the new-look Railway Square mean an end to scenes like this, which lasted for a week recently? Photo: Paul Waters.

BYRON SHIRE Council has been awarded $260,000 from the NSW Government’s Tourism Demand Driver Infrastucture Fund for the start of the revitalisation of the Railway Square precinct in Byron Bay.

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WALLY RAWLINGS: Obituaries & In Memoria

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This page is where we pay tribute to Byron Bay local residents, characters and legends. The Bay is forever richer for the actions, deeds and stories of our wonderful and colourful residents.

WALLY RAWLINGS

10-03-1941 to 7-08-2017 peacefully after a long illness.

Husband of Stephanie (Williams) and father of Brett and Craig, stepfather of Penny, Nicky, Rachel and Alison and poppy to 16 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

Always remembered.

DOROTHY “HESTER” MAUGHAN: Obituaries & In Memoria

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This page is where we pay tribute to Byron Bay local residents, characters and legends. The Bay is forever richer for the actions, deeds and stories of our wonderful and colourful residents.

DOROTHY “HESTER” MAUGHAN

7/05/1922 - 02.08.2017 in her 96th year

Passed away peacefully at her home in Watego's Beach, Byron Bay.

A much cherished Aunt Hester will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Finbarr's Catholic Church, Tennyson St, Byron Bay, on WEDNESDAY (August 9, 2017) commencing at 11.00am.

After Mass a private cremation will take place.

Tribute from Patirica Marshall: Epp, as she was known to family, was one of the first people to build at Watego's beach fifty years ago and has lived there ever since in that beautiful setting.

She was 95 years of age, and had lived in Byron except for holidays and working away all her life.

Such an interesting, well-read lady, she will be missed by her family the Maughans and Woolcotts.

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