Byron Bay Railroad Company is on track to operate within weeks.
Story by News Ltd.
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VOLUNTEER DRIVERS will be among staff at the controls of what is believed to be the world’s first true solar train when it starts rumbling along a restored section of line at Byron Bay.
BYRON BAY’S Belongil Creek Bridge has been repainted in rainbow colours.
Bangalow. Photo: Google Earth
BYRON SHIRE Mayor, Simon Richardson and fellow Greens councillors have joined in opposition to the proposed Bangalow Food Hub.
THE WATER will be OFF for all areas west of the Belongil Creek Bridge… TONIGHT August 1 until tomorrow morning
VOICE of BYRON regular, James Peoples, has made an exciting discovery… claiming to have solved the puzzle of why there are so many potholes.
A Channon man was arrested after crashing into a tree in Byron Bay’s CBD.
Story by The Northern Star • Alina Rylko
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A MAN was arrested at Byron Bay after doing a burn-out down the road from Byron Bay police station early Sunday morning July 30.
Voice of Byron regular, Geoff Bensley, shared this happy news about the continued success of the Bay’s Green and Clean group, Byron Bay Dune Care.
A RECENT Australian Financial Review article implying the Bluesfest site is up for sale has been found to be a complete beat-up.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Housing and Planning Minister Anthony Roberts. Photo: Nick Moir
Story by The Sydney Morning Herald.
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BYRON SHIRE Council could lose the ability to vote on development applications, under a proposal to be presented to NSW cabinet today, Thursday July 27.
BYRON SHIRE’S pothole problem has reached the point where risque graffiti seems to be the only solution.