A NAKED man has smashed a police car windscreen with his head, in one of several recent violent arrests, linked to illicit drug use.
Police say drugs like crystal methamphetamine are to blame and have warned residents against their harmful effects.
POLICE ARE cracking down with a ‘zero tolerance’ approach towards people caught naked outside nudist beaches in Byron Bay in northern NSW.
Two naked men caught having sex on the sand 400 metres from a nudist beach in Byron Bay have been fined $500 for offensive behaviour.
BYRON SHIRE Council recently introduced a new Road Patrol Service to allow for a faster response to fixing potholes and other problems on local roads.
The new patrol truck will be fitted out with a range of equipment to do minor repairs and make the road safe until it can be properly fixed.
MULLUMBIMBY’S FEDERATION Bridge will be closed to traffic for three hours on Valentine’s Day, 14 February so the flood gauge can be repaired.
The flood gauge is important because it gives people a clear indication of the level of flood water and this allows people to make important decisions about the potential impact on their properties or access to their homes.
BYRON BAY Services Club is geared up for a full day of activities and entertainment tomorrow, Australia Day, January 26.
Everything Club patrons have become used to will be on – Friday Raffles, Members Badge Draw and a Australia Day themed night at Squiddleys for the little ones.
BYRON SHIRE Council enters 2018 as one of the State’s leaders in effluent management. While it’s not normally something that gets talked about in the Byron Shire, what’s happening is pretty impressive.
Recycled water is now being pumped into a lot of places in Byron Bay including public toilets as part of the Byron Bay Urban Recycled Water Scheme (BBURWS).
LONG TIME Byron Bay local Ruth Knight turns 90 today, January 24. But she snuck in a family pre-birthday celebration last Saturday at Ann and Gordon’s new house on Kawana Island, not to far from Ruth’s nursing home at Maroochydore.
NINE PEOPLE have been charged with drug offences following a drug dog operation in Byron Bay over the weekend
TICKETS ARE still available at the Byron Bay Services Club for Mandy Nolan’s final 2018 Women Like Us show, tonight January 22.
Patrons wishing to enjoy the show should phone 6685 6878 asap though, because tickets are selling fast.
TWO NSW police officers have been injured after responding to a disturbance at Apex Park in Byron Bay.
The police responded to reports of intoxicated youths involved in an altercation about 1 am Sunday.