February 2015

Published a story 16th Feb 2015 7:33 AM

WHEN Veet Karen Hedley dreamed of becoming a chef she found apprenticeships required handling meat – something this vegetarian would not to compromise on.

Mullumbimby chef starts vegetarian cooking school

WHEN Veet Karen Hedley dreamed of becoming a chef she found apprenticeships required handling meat – something this vegetarian would not to compromise on.

Published a story 6th Feb 2015 5:45 PM

WHILE most couples expecting their first baby will shop around for the right hospital, Hannah and Ben Bracken have travelled 1700km to find exactly the right lake.

Spirit urges visiting couple to have a lake birth

WHILE most couples expecting their first baby will shop around for the right hospital, Hannah and Ben Bracken have travelled 1700km to find exactly the right lake.

Published a story 5th Feb 2015 6:13 PM

LOUISE Wallace and her two friends skipped school yesterday for a chance at the big time as the X Factor TV show auditions rolled into Byron Bay.

Chasing the ‘X’ factor Byron Bay style

LOUISE Wallace and her two friends skipped school yesterday for a chance at the big time as the X Factor TV show auditions rolled into Byron Bay.

Published a story 5th Feb 2015 7:49 AM

WHEN artists Ellie Beck and Sam Messina moved from Brisbane to the Northern Rivers four years ago their client base consisted of a few market stall regulars.

Turning old skateboards into jewellery - thanks social media

WHEN artists Ellie Beck and Sam Messina moved from Brisbane to the Northern Rivers four years ago their client base consisted of a few market stall regulars.

Published a story 4th Feb 2015 10:00 AM

YOUNG beachgoers at The Pass, Byron Bay in a scene as familiar today as it was decades ago– with one exception: they have the beach entirely to themselves.

Romantic views from the heyday of rail

YOUNG beachgoers at The Pass, Byron Bay in a scene as familiar today as it was decades ago– with one exception: they have the beach entirely to themselves.

January 2015

Published a story 19th Jan 2015 12:13 PM

LOCAL arts projects to share in $19,405 of funding in the latest Country Arts Support Program (CASP) administered by Regional Arts NSW.

Funding for art projects

LOCAL arts projects to share in $19,405 of funding in the latest Country Arts Support Program (CASP) administered by Regional Arts NSW.

Published a story 19th Jan 2015 8:05 AM

JAHLIA Solomon, of Federal, will find out on Wednesday if her dream to become an investigative journalist has a decent chance of coming true.

Sweating on uni offer

JAHLIA Solomon, of Federal, will find out on Wednesday if her dream to become an investigative journalist has a decent chance of coming true.

Published a story 14th Jan 2015 5:10 AM

PATIENTS whose appointments with their GPs are less than 10 minutes could face being charged an additional $20 when changes to Medicare take effect on Monday.

Short appointments may cost more

PATIENTS whose appointments with their GPs are less than 10 minutes could face being charged an additional $20 when changes to Medicare take effect on Monday.

Published a story 14th Jan 2015 4:50 AM

BY NEXT summer, holiday letting in residential areas of Byron Bay will need council approval, with property owners and agents required to follow a strict set of guidelines.

Council approval to be needed

BY NEXT summer, holiday letting in residential areas of Byron Bay will need council approval, with property owners and agents required to follow a strict set of guidelines.

Published a story 13th Jan 2015 5:48 PM

YOUNG beachgoers at The Pass, Byron Bay, wave at the camera in a scene that is as familiar today as it was decades ago.

Please help us identify the people in this beach picture

YOUNG beachgoers at The Pass, Byron Bay, wave at the camera in a scene that is as familiar today as it was decades ago.

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