POLICE ARE searching for the owners of a ‘crazed’ German shepherd that attacked a US tourist jogging at a popular Byron Shire beach.
Maya Kidan said the dog, which is believed to belong to a couple in their 60s, latched onto her right buttock shortly after 2.30 pm Friday at New Brighton Beach, just north of Brunswick Heads.
IN A GESTURE which truly pays tribute to the stature of his achievements, Byron Shire Council has designated October 2 as Mark “Mono” Stewart Day.
BYRON SHIRE Council has solved a sign stealing problem similar to that of Fucking, a village in Austria.
POICE ARE appealing for public assistance to help locate a woman missing from the Far North Coast.
Selena Collinson, aged 20, was last seen leaving a home on Orana Road, Ocean Shores, about 12.30 pm on Saturday 30 September.
BRUNSWICK HEADS’ Tay Lucas has called for help across Facebook to find her best friend Selena Collinson who has been missing since Saturday, Sept 30.
Selena didn’t return home Saturday night, but her car has been found parked and locked in New Brighton behind the New Brighton Shop.
SQUIDDLEYS KIDS LOUNGE is fully supervised, FREE and open daily between 5.30 to 9pm, also Sundays 12 to 3pm, for children aged 3-14 years.
We pride ourselves in offering attentive, caring, qualified staff, in a fun-filled safe environment for your children to enjoy.
YESTERDAY’S VOICE of Byron article highlighted the resistance to change by those against relocating the Byron Bay Community Markets.
But they ignore the fact that the markets are currently in the Butler Street Reserve as the result of change.
THE BYRON BAY markets have outgrown their current location and now is the time to plan a seamless relocation.
And the only viable option is what we have dubbed the Michie Plan.
PROTECTION OF koalas and improving their habitat will be a primary focus of Byron Shire Council over the next three years thanks to $140,000 in grants from the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust and the Saving our Species program.
Clare Manning, Byron Shire’s Biodiversity Officer, said the grants will be supported with a $114,000 contribution from Council and will fund the Byron Habitats Corridors project.
BYRON SHIRE Council will be undertaking another beach scraping program at New Brighton beach between October and December this year to help protect the dune system against short to medium-term erosion and inundation.
A combination of bulldozers and excavators will be brought in to do the work along approximately 1.3km of beach north and south of Strand Avenue.