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WH E R E WOR D S FA I L MU S I C S P E A K S
Pictured is the Bigal Nali Jagun dancers: Rebes Reuben, Uncle Lewis Walker, Nigel Stewart and Uncle Magpie Currie,
who marked the start of NAIDOC week on Monday at the Mullum Council chambers. Up to Thursday this week, there
will be plenty to do: a family fun day is planned for Tuesday at the Mullumbimby Neighbourhood Centre from 11am;
on Wednesday, the Arakwal website will be launched at the Byron Cultural and Community Centre (4pm), as well as a
screening of Walking With My Sisters from 6.30pm. And on Thursday, a march from Railway Park 10am is planned with
free entertainment, BBQ, kids activities and more to be held at Main Beach Park until 2pm. Photo Jef Dawson
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Byron Shire
Council Notices
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Uranium protest links to
Japans nuclear fallout
Hans Lovejoy
BHP Billiton (BHPB) has told The
Echo it will be business as usual at
the Roxby Downs uranium mine in
South Australia when the planned
Lizards Revenge protest rolls into the
small town in mid July.
Activists from all over Australia
will converge to highlight the the
dangers of uranium and the mines
expansion, and it will come just afer
last weekends anti-nuclear demon-
stration in Japan.
Te New York Times reported pro-
testers numbered between 20,000 and
45,000 in Tokyo, who were against
restarting the nations nuclear power
plants. Te Japanese government ap-
proved restarting two reactors on the
western side of the country in a bid
to head of expected summer power
shortages. It has been described as the
largest protest in central Tokyo since
the 1960s.
A Fairfax journalist at the Roxby
Downs Sun newspaper told The Echo
that BHP and the police are playing
down the protest, but says they have
heard residents say they are a bit wor-
ried about vandalism as it has hap-
pened in the past.
BHP said to me that business will
continue as usual, but I have heard
otherwise, she said, Its a bit frustrat-
ing because its hearsay and you cant
report hearsay.
She said all BHP employees are re-
quired to sign confdentiality agree-
ments. You cant even say to anyone
outside the company that your co-
worker cut his fnger.
Letterbox DVD drop
Co-organiser for the upcoming Mul-
lum anti-nuclear fundraising event,
Anthea Amore, says the local contin-
gent are planning a letterbox drop in
Roxby Downs of the anti-uranium
documentary DVD When The Dust
Settles by flmmaker David Bradbury.
We are also raising funds to get Dr
Helen Caldicott, international anti-
nuclear activist and paediatrician, to
travel to Roxby Downs to speak to
mothers there about the dangers of
nuclear radiation, Amore says. She
says there is no safe exposure levels
to uranium, despite whatever is said
otherwise.
Te festival/protestwas called at the
request oflongtime anti-nuke warrior
and Indigenous elder Kevin Buzzacott,
or Uncle Kevin.
Dreamtime story
Te name Lizards Revenge comes
from an Aboriginal dreamtime sto-
ry from that area, flmmaker David
Bradbury told The Echo.
Kevin Buzzacott says his peoples
dreaming story speaks of a giant liz-
ard, Kalta, who lies under the ground
at the area around Roxby Downs and
the story goes that this lizard should
never have its head or back broken
or the world as we know it will cease
to exist. Kalta is angry because the
Olympic Dam uranium mine is dig-
ging into his back; he wants revenge.
Te anti-nuclear fundraising event,
Uranium Boom; Nuclear Doom, is
planned at Mullumbimby RSL on Fri-
day July 6. A Skype hook-up with anti-
nuclear activists in Japan is planned,
along with the screening of When The
Dust Settles. Mandy Nolan will MC the
evening with plenty of entertainers:
world music duo Nakula, belly dancer
Tara Murphy, poet Gina Lakosta, and
DJ Sheik Yerbooty. Te headliners are
reggae bands Fyah Walk, Raz Bin Sam
and the Lion I plus country gospel
band Te Lucky Wonders.
A 13-seat mini-van is leaving July
10 or 11 and theres room: Call Iris on
0417 937 720. For more info on Lizards
Revenge see: http://lizardsrevenge.net.
Video footage of last weekends high
tide lapping over sandbags near Man-
fred Street in Belongil has been sent
to Byron Shire councillors and staf.
Belongil resident and Byron Preserva-
tion Association (BPA) vice-president
John Vaughan sent the footage via email,
and is calling for a review and halt of the
current interim works being carried out
on the shoreline.
He claims the footage shows the
orientation of the geobags is still con-
trary to the consent and is 90 degrees
out of the correct alignment as ap-
proved in the DA in all locations.
Mr Vaughan also added, Te com-
promised and damaged condition of
the interim works since May 2009,
particularly at the base levels, is com-
mon at all four of the interim work
sites at Belongil Beach. It proves BPAs
repeated claim of Councils failure to
monitor and maintain/rebuild as re-
quired in the interim wall consent
conditions.
Complaint lodged to
NSW ombudsman
The BPA considers that a quick
inspection at low tide would reveal to
any councillor the very compromised
state of the interim works, he said.
The erosion, according to Mr
Vaughan, is by more thanthree me-
tres from its recent higher profle pre
the mid-June event.
Councils Jonson Street works is
trapping sand and preventingthe nat-
ural recovery rate at Belongil Beach.
Te beach profle at Belongil is lower
than it would have been in the beachs
natural state.
Mr Vaughn says he has also lodged
a recent complaint to the NSW om-
budsman regarding Councils failure
to conform to the consent conditions
which outlines the current state of
repair of the interim works.
A Council spokesperson, when
contacted by The Echo, said Coun-
cil wasnt unable to comment at this
time.
Belongils foreshore breached on high tide
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That regulatory bodies
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It is also valuable to be aware that the foods most likely to contain pesticide residues are wheat products, fruit
and vegetables. in terms of this study are also known as systemic pesticides, meaning that they penetrate
through the food, often through the roots of the plant. Systemic insecticides are incorporated by treated plants.
Insects ingest the insecticide while feeding on the plants (FOE report Feb 2012).
The overall impact of the chemicals can vastly outweigh the eects of the single chemicals yet pesticides con-
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not required to be tested for causing chronic diseases such as cancer. For example, xylene is used as the inert
ingredient in almost 900 pesticides and has been associated with increased risk of brain tumours, rectal cancer,
and leukaemia. (FOE Report Feb 2012).
The report catalogues the growing evidence linking breast cancer to, among other factors: synthetic hormones
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NSW Greens mining spokes-
person Jeremy Buckingham
has questioned whether Met-
gasco misled the upper house
CSG inquiry regarding its
wastewater disposal regime.
The recent acknowledge-
ment by the Environmental
Protection Authority (EPA)
that Metgasco was illegally dis-
posing of coal-seam gas water
at the Casino Sewage Treat-
ment Plant (STP) appears to
contradict some of the evi-
dence given by Metgasco at the
inquiry, Mr Buckingham said
last week.
He went on to quote Hansard
over a conversation between
himself and Metgascos COO
Michael OBrien in evidence
given to the inquiry last De-
cember.
During the conversation Mr
Buckingham asked how Met-
gasco disposed of its wastewa-
ter and Mr OBrien responded
that the water was held in
above-ground holding ponds.
When Mr Buckingham que-
ried whether they were evapo-
ration ponds (which have been
banned), Mr OBrien replied,
They are holding ponds. In
the Casino area you get signif-
cant rainfall; you also get some
evaporation. Over a 12-month
period you will get net evapora-
tion out of those ponds.
Mr Buckingham then pushed
the point about disposal.
Te only way you deal with
produced water and drilling
fuids is to hold them in those
ponds? he asked.
To which Mr OBrien re-
sponded, Currently, for our pro-
duction pilots, that is the case.
But the Environmental De-
fenders Office has told The
Echo that Casino STP admitted
it had accepted and treated a
total of 1.36 megalitres of waste-
water from Metgasco between
May 3 last year and March 9
this year. Tat information is
confrmed in a letter to that of-
fce from the EPA dated June
7, 2012. The Echo has sighted a
copy of the letter.
Mr Buckingham said he
would write to the committee
and ask it to look into the matter.
It is extremely serious to mis-
lead a parliamentary inquiry, he
said. What is clear is that Met-
gasco is continuing to treat the
Casino, Lismore and Kyogle
communities with contempt
and dishonesty in relation to
their plans. To any fair-minded
person the construction of their
so-called temporary storage
pond at Casino is a clear breach
of the governments no evapora-
tion ponds policy.
Metgasco may have
misled inquiry
Tweed mayor Barry Longland, along with Michelle Rawlings
and Michael McNamara (Lock the Gate Tweed) were in
Tyalgum on Saturday to accept petitions from residents
rejecting gas prospecting. Mr McNamara says he is keen to
see the CSG-free communities initiative spread wider and
anyone interested can contact him on 6679 3013 or by email at
lockthegate.tweed@gmail.com. Photo Jef Dawson
Tweed likes it unfracked
Byron market fees set to rise
Byron markets are set to have
a $10 increase for the basic fee
of having a site in an efort to
help with beautifcation and
marketing.
It will be rising from $30
to $40, manager Tess Cullen
told The Echo. We held of as
there has been tough economic
times, and it hasnt been raised
in six years, she said.
Afer I did a survey a cou-
ple of years ago, the response
from market holders was that
beutifcation of the site, with
trees and seats, would be very
desirable.
Ms Cullen is also developing
a zero-waste campaign, and
says the markets waste system
needs updating.
But she claims that the mar-
ket grounds on Butler Street re-
serve also sufers from sinking
soil, which is a result of the land
being built on an old tip site.
It has huge subsidence is-
sues. Just last week I brought
in a trailer of soil to fll sink-
ing soil. She says she has asked
Council, who manage the
Crown lands, to help fix the
ongoing issue but says so far
they have not done so.
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Young women praise inspiring elders
Big Council day of dealing with peoples lives
Last week the Year 10 BYS Cottage Girls Group from Mullumbimby High put on a morning tea
for women they fnd inspiring. The girls list of local women included mothers, grandmothers,
journalists, teachers and Aboriginal women. Pictured are two of the inspiring women, far left,
Byron Shire Councils Aboriginal Projects Of cer Belle Arnold and right, mum Miranda Donnelly.
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Eve Jefery
Much of Byron Shire Councils
ordinary meeting time was tak-
en up with DAs last Tursday,
with 11 applications on the agen-
da. Te majority of both the
public access and the morn-
ing meeting session was spent
looking at DAs.
Council has a reputation for
the issue, with the stringent
process and the time it takes
to deal with DAs.
Cr Simon Richardson and
mayoral hopeful says that a lot
of the time you can feel like
you are drowning in paper-
work but maintains the time
needs to be taken.
DAs ofen take longer be-
cause you are dealing with
peoples lives.
It might not seem a big
thing to everyone else but for
that resident theres nothing
bigger. Its important that we
look at it closely.
Cr Richardson said there
can sometimes be the issue of
fogging a dead horse coun-
cillors ofen cant help them-
selves by giving their opinion
even if they know the vote is
going to go against them.
Cr Basil Cameron, another
mayoral candidate, says he
feels that the Byron Coun-
cil does take longer than
our neighbouring shires in
meetings, but it is probably
because on the whole we gen-
erate bigger agendas.
We are more enquiring
than other councils, he says.
Tere is something about
our culture here and we are
more engaging as far as the
DAs go.
Cr Cameron also says that
a lot of time is taken up by
section 96 applications, which
are alterations to current DAs.
We have a lot more sec-
tion 96 applications. Some of
the original conditions that
Council felt quite strongly
about can get changed when
some developers want to play
the system.
When there are big issues
and the community have con-
cerns is important that Coun-
cil go through a very visible
and accountable process.
Cr Richardson also says that
people have their own lines in
the sand as to what is accept-
able. Te frustrating thing is
you cant legistate against bad
design but when you get a re-
port which is bigger in bulk
and scale and height and then
there are three or four or fve
things that we are asked to
look the other way, you fght
the fght when you can.
Council minutes from
Tursdays agenda are avail-
able at www.byron.nsw.gov.au.
In late breaking news, Westpac
Life Saver Rescue helicopter me-
dia spokesperson says they were
called to the Byron Bay indus-
trial estate Monday at midday
where a male fell from a roof
and sustained head injuries.
Durrumbul Community pre-
school principal Roy Lilley re-
tired last week afer 29 years at
the school.
Fellow teacher Anna Benson
will replace Mr Lilley.
Visit Mondays Echonetdaily
to see the video.
Fall victim airlifted
with head injuries
Police are appealing to the pub-
lic on any information on a
woman believed missing.
Lee Pawley, 49, was last seen
leaving a motel at Lennox
Head on Saturday June 30 in
her Toyota Prius.
Ms Pawley, pictured, has
failed to return to her home
in Newcastle and has not con-
tacted any friends or family.
Police and her family are
concerned as her disappear-
ance is out of character.
Ms Pawley is described as
being of Caucasian appear-
ance, blond hair, thin build, fair
complexion.
She was travelling in a silver
2005 model Toyota Prius with
Queensland registration 920-
MAW. Anyone who knows Ms
Pawleys whereabouts is urged
to contact triple-zero.
Three Byron Shire mums are
about to embark on the biggest
challenge of their lives aside
from raising ten children as
they embark in August to climb
mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Co-organiser Rachel Sullivan
says the inspiration is to raise
funds for Amnesty Internation-
al. We have a deep respect for
the work of Amnesty and have
pledged to raise at least $15,000
for them during this event, she
says. We welcome any dona-
tions or sponsorship and we
have put together some fantastic
raf e prizes.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the
highest mountain in Africa at
5,895 metres or 19,341 feet.
Te girls will climb it for sev-
en days, into temperatures well
below zero, camping in small
tents and walking for eight-plus
hours a day.
Please do look out for our
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and Banglaow farmers markets,
at the Chill, Grill and Grind
caf, opposite the Byron Bay
Surf Lifesaving club or the Art
Dept 55 forist in Mullumbimby.
Contact Kristin on 0413 798
883 for more.
Have you seen Lee Pawley?
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Tis year the company set up
shop in Byron Bay.
Northern rivers residents
have held on to their village
values in an increasingly global
economy so it was a natural
place to start the Engine, says
CEO Warren Lee.
Te Byron Community Cen-
tre is onboard, and member-
ship payments can be made
through that website.
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Di Mahoney
Tis July, Byron Youth Service
(BYS) is celebrating 25 years as
the primary provider of youth
services in the Byron Shire.
Yay! We fgure thats reason
enough to put on a few spe-
cial events and activities to cel-
ebrate and acknowledge that
Young People Matter in our
community.
As many adults would recall,
the teenage years are often a
time of great change and turbu-
lence for young people.
Not only are their bodies and
brains rapidly developing, but
their social networks and views
of the world are forming also.
They are making sense of
a rapidly changing and ofen
challenging world.
Tey are thinking about their
future and their place in the
community what they might
like to do or be as they grow
into adulthood.
BYS offers a range of pro-
grams that support our young
people during these years.
Month of prizes
Tis month we have an awe-
some raf e with prizes donated
by fabulous local businesses.
We will be holding a fund-
raising celebration on Tursday
July 5 at the Youth Activity Cen-
tre (YAC), where young people
from our hospitality course will
be preparing and serving deli-
cious food and cocktails.
Tere will also be an amazing
performance by the youth thea-
tre group BYTE, and we will be
talking about our plans to cre-
ate a new national campaign to
reverse youth binge drinking.
Silent auction
Te night will include a silent
auction of more fabulous dona-
tions from our local supporters
and it should be lots of fun so
come along with some friends!
Tickets are now available.
Look out for us at the mar-
kets and around town too
selling raf e tickets, sausages
and seafood trays and saying
hello!
All the funding we raise will
be used to support our out-
reach programs that help keep
our young people safe on the
streets of Byron Shire.
For young people there will
be some extra fun stuff hap-
pening on Friday nights at the
YACROCKCAFE during July
with a big gig on July 6 and a
special birthday party on Fri-
day July 13.
Watch out for more Echo ar-
ticles about some great things
young people are doing, and
jump on our website, www.bys.
org.au, for all the latest info and
support young people in our
community.
Q Di Mahoney is the BYS
director
Youth service reaches milestone
Hans Lovejoy
Veteran journalist and recent
local to the area, Kerry OBrien,
packed out the Bangalow A&I
Hall last Saturday afernoon to
talk about his career.
It was to beneft the Friends of
the ABC, which regularly holds
meetings around the Shire.
He described the technology
changes in his career as stag-
gering, and lamented the spin
epidemic of public relations
(PR) companies getting mate-
rial run in the news without
much question or scrutiny.
Te average age of journos
is now younger as they are
cheaper, he also said. But the
problem is that the mentorship
is missing.
News companies dont want
to pay for experience it seems.
When asked about Julian As-
sanges case, he responded that
WikiLeaks embarrassed diplo-
mats and that it potentially in-
hibits them to be able to engage
in frank exchanges. However he
added that secret societies are
not healthy, and that as far as
he is aware, no death has been
attributed to WikiLeaks.
Kerrys media insights draws crowds
Kerry OBriens talk packed out Banglaows A&I Hall last
Saturday afternoon. Photo Eve Jefery
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A last-ditch efort to stop Bal-
lina Shire Council selling of
two prime beachfront blocks
of public land at Lennox Head
to the state government for $1.3
million failed last Tursday.
Instead, the proceeds of the
controversial sale will be di-
rected to the upgrade of the
Lennox Head Surf Lifesaving
Club across the road from the
two blocks in Ross Street.
Cr Jef Johnson again failed
in his bid for council to with-
draw its ofer to sell the blocks
to the state government for
use by the adjoining Lake
Ainsworth Caravan Park,
which it took control of several
years ago.
Cr Johnson said the land
was sorely needed for use by
a fast-growing community in
a highly congested area and
councillors should take note
of the community outcry over
the sale.
He said many saw the sale as
simply a commercial decision
and council could easily sell
large industrial lots it owned
instead. This should be de-
ferred at least till a review of the
Lake Ainsworth Management
Plan is completed, he said.
A packed public gallery
watched the long and some-
times heated debate in which
mayor Phil Silver threatened to
take action against Cr Johnson
afer he described the alterna-
tive proposal to redirect the
sale proceeds to the surf club
as a bribe.
But in the end, Cr Johnson
voted with all other councillors
for Cr David Wrights motion to
redirect the sale proceeds to the
surf club afer Cr Johnsons mo-
tion was shot down 73, with
only Crs Sharon Cadwallader
and Sue Meehan backing it.
Lennox Head Chamber of
Commerce president Louise
Owen again appealed to coun-
cillors, saying council should
sell other land it owned frst
before a prime block, which
should be retained for the ben-
eft of all locals and visitors.
Petition of 12,000
Ms Owen questioned why
there had been no community
consultation on the sale of the
land, which was paid for by our
rates, its our land and the com-
munity is saying dont sell it.
I ask again why is it being
sold and for whose beneft?
She said more than 12,000
people had signed a petition
against it and seven commu-
nity groups had voiced oppo-
sition.
Once its sold, its gone for-
ever and will be filled with
cabins to earn more money for
the state government, not the
local area.
The government-owned
Lake Ainsworth Caravan Park
has been using the blocks of
land in Ross Street for several
years for storage and a laundry
facility under an arrangement
with council.
Lennox land sale will upgrade club
Espresso Head in Byron Bay
was decked out with candles,
roses and peacock feathers last
Friday night to celebrate the
international release of Ly de
Angeles latest book Magdalene.
The cabaret-style book
launch featured performances
by Elyjah McLeod and Liam
Macgiollarua, while Bertie
Page (pictured) performed her
Serpentine Act in red corset
and gown.
Ms De Angeles read excerpts
from Magdalene, which is set
amidst the turbulence of war
against Roman occupation,
spanning two countries and
destroying two cultures.
While being a novel,
Magdalene includes Gods
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Israeli-born Palestinian-rights
and peace activist Avigail
Abarbanel continues to feel the
wrath of family and Jews eve-
rywhere afer turning against
everything shed been taught
about the state of Israel and
how it came into being.
But she is no longer afraid
to speak out against her own
tribe and urges Jews every-
where not to remain silent and
to speak up for human rights
and against injustice, especially
in Palestine.
Ms Abarbanel is on a lecture
tour of Australia promoting
the book Beyond Tribal Loyal-
ties: Personal Stories of Jewish
Peace Activists, a collection of
25 essays by Jewish peace activ-
ists around the world, which
she compiled and edited.
The 48-year-old phsycho-
therapist told an audience at
Byron Bay Community Centre
on Saturday June 23 that up un-
til around 12 years ago, she had
always believed in the Israel
right or wrong mantra, and like
most Israelis did not question
the actions of their government
towards the Palestinians.
She says its expected in Jew-
ish communities around the
world that all Jews embrace Zi-
onism and give loyal and un-
questioning support for Israel
and those who criticise Israel
are ofen excluded, vilifed and
threatened.
Ms Abarbanel, who lives
and works near Inverness in
Scotland, said that even when
she was living and studying in
Australia years ago, she still
accepted much of what shed
been taught about Israel and
Palestine and had even writ-
ten a thesis on the Australian
response to the Kristalnacht,
the 1938 attack of Jews in Nazi
Germany.
I, like many other young Is-
raelis, believed everything we
were taught about Israel; and
it happens at an early age, we
were made to feel proud that
we made a country bloom out
of the desert, a techonological
wonder, she told the audience
of around 40 people.
But that was all to suddenly
change as her academic career
grew, especially afer reading
books by historians on the Is-
raeli-Palestinian confict which
greatly infuenced her, includ-
ing works by Avi Shlaim and
Ilan Pappe.
I was horrifed and didnt re-
alise how much brainwashing
had gone on for years during
my childhood, in school and the
military service and how much
fear was a part of that. I know
I was a Zionist till much later
when I questioned the whole
process and what had happened
in 1948 (when the state of Israel
was declared), she said.
Reading all this upset and
confused me and made me
question everything I had felt
before. I also felt a sense of be-
trayal that I had been lied, how
could I be so naive?
Ethnic cleansing
I had a strong sense of right-
ness and loyalty of us (Israel)
being there and whats right
and wrong, she said.
But she didnt mince her
words on the issue, saying
whats going on in Palestine is
ethnic cleansing, a land-grab-
bing occupation and coloni-
sation.
Israel wants more land, they
have no intention whatsoever
of fnding a peaceful solution
to the confict, she said. I gave
up my Israeli citizenship in
protest afer realising what was
going on. I felt strongly that it
was wrong to create a nation at
the expense of another people;
I drew the line at that.
Ms Abarbanel says many
Jews like her who do speak out
against Israel are vilifed and
branded traitors, but she be-
lieves if more Israelis and Jews
around the world stopped be-
ing afraid and spoke out
against injustice, they would
feel better about themselves.
During her Australian tour
so far, the pro-Israeli lobby has
tried to close down or disrupt
three of her speaking events,
including one at a recent Mel-
bourne Jewish cultural festival.
The Australian Jewish News
labelled her in a headline an
Israel basher.
Apartheid state
She says she believes in a one-
state solution, a non-religious
democratic state for Israelis
and Palestinians alike, and sup-
ports the Boycott, Divestment
and Sanctions (BDS) campaign
against Israel, which she de-
scribes as an apartheid state.
At one of her Melbourne
talks, Ms Abarbanel said she
was asked by a Jewish audi-
ence member why cant the
Palestinians get over it, like the
Aborigines have in Australia.
Brisbane man Ray Berg-
mann, a contributor in the
book, said that when he at-
tended a Jewish youth camp in
Sydney as a youngster, he re-
alised a Zionist songbook was
wrong in historical fact and
simply biased propaganda.
Te songs we were taught
to sing portrayed Arabs in a
negative stereotype and I com-
plained they were teaching us
an obviously skewed history
to justify what could be un-
derstood as an enormous war
crime in perpetuating the ex-
clusion of Palestinians from
their own homeland since
1948, and justifying a Jewish
exclusivity that seemed little
diferent from antisemitism
just a reversal of victim and op-
pressor! Mr Bergmann wrote.
Jewish peace activist Avigail Abarbanel, centre, with two of the
25 contributors to her book, Ray Bergmann, left, and Nicole
Erlich, right, who are both from Brisbane.
Breaking taboo on Israel and Palestine
An organisation which teaches
young children how to avoid
risky situations and show them
their rights to protect their own
body is coming to the Byron Bay
Primary School on July 17.
Te Bravehearts have been
invited by the Byron Bay Ro-
tary Club, and the school says
it enthusiastically endorses the
presentations, which will be
the frst in the region.
Principal Jef Spargo says he
expects that over 300 students
will attend the two shows. It
aims to abuse proof children,
at least as much as possible.
Tis is achieved through a
fun, live show starring Ditto,
and other personal safety ma-
terials, including an activity
book, DVD and music CD.
The organisation stresses
that this is not sex education
but about personal safety.
The Rotary Club of Byron
Bay says it is funding all costs
for Bravehearts presentations,
and those who wish to assist
in the cost can contact the club
through Bruce Hammond on
0402 755 770 or Gerry Rihs at
gerry@rihs.com.au.
For more information about
the project visit www.brave-
hearts.org.au.
Rotary brings Bravehearts to Byron
Te Brunswick Heads Simple
Pleasures photography compe-
tition is now open. Tis years
theme is Te old, the new, the
green, the blue, and there is
$1500 in prizes to be claimed.
Te photos are used to create
a calendar, postcards and other
merchandise which is sold in
the self-funded Visitor Centre
and project of ce. Tey run the
not-for-proft festivals the Old
n Gold, Kites & Bikes, Mul-
lum 2 Bruns Paddle and the
photography competition.
Entry forms are available on-
line at www.simplepleasures-
photocomp.org.au or from the
Visitor Centre, 7 Park St Brun-
swick Heads.
Simple Pleasures photo comp
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Comment
I
t was, everyone agreed, a
disaster. The urgent issue
of asylum seekers remained
unsolved, stuck in the political
too hard basket.
Days of impassioned debate
had ended in a standof. Par-
liament had failed, producing
nothing of substance a dev-
astating stalemate.
Well, in the short term thats
how it looks. But from a slight-
ly wider perspective, it can be
seen as a spectacular political
win for Tony Abbott.
At the time of the 2010 elec-
tion, his mantra of Stop Te
Boats was dismissed as a bru-
tal and simplistic three-word
slogan, unworthy of serious
consideration. But now, less
than two years later, it is un-
challenged bipartisan policy,
accepted by the government
and the received political wis-
dom of the mainstream com-
mentariat.
And in the process it has
turned its original meaning up-
side down. From being a racist
dog-whistle whose clear mes-
sage was Keep the towel-head
bastards out it has become a
caring and compassionate plea:
Save the poor wretches from
drowning at the hands of the
evil people smugglers.
Last week the stalwarts of the
Labor lef lined up to recant:
they had been wrong to resist
of-shore processing, but now
they saw the error of their ways
and would vote for a course
that only a couple of weeks
ago had been utter anathema.
The remnants of the Liberal
moderates, those who had
stood up against John How-
ards original Pacifc solution,
actually contemplated voting
with Labor to put in place a
regime potentially tougher and
nastier than anything Howard
had proposed.
And among this turmoil was
Tony Abbott, incredibly occu-
pying the high moral ground,
posing as the last defender of
the United Nations Human
Rights Convention against the
barbarians who would tear it to
pieces. Tere has seldom been
a more astonishing transfor-
mation.
But unfortunately, like most
such transformations, it was
the stuf not of reality but of a
fairy tale.
It is true enough that the
Labor government has suc-
cumbed, although it actually
did so a long time ago, when
Julia Gillard defed Kevin Rudd
and lurched to the right on the
pretext of fixing the asylum
seeker issue for good.
Having failed with East
Timor, she fell back on the
Malaysian solution, which was
rightly torpedoed by the High
Court and then opportunisti-
cally rejected by Abbott, who
did so purely to gain political
advantage.
His purported stance that he
would never, ever, send asylum
seekers to any country which
had not signed the United Na-
tions Convention on Refugees
is simply preposterous; as a
member of Howards govern-
ment he enthusiastically sent
thousands to Nauru long before
that country signed anything,
and his current policy involves
returning boats to Indonesia,
which still hasnt, and wont, sign
the convention either.
And his respect for the con-
vention does not extend to ob-
serving it in Australia, either;
he intends to re-introduce tem-
porary protection visas, which
clearly violate the provisions
of the convention which gov-
ern freedom to travel. And of
course the convention derives
from international law, which
rules out of-shore processing
altogether. If Abbott is really so
keen on becoming the United
Nations champion, he will im-
mediately start voting with the
Greens, who may be, as their
opponents sneer, impotent,
but are still the only members
of our parliament whose po-
sition has remained consist-
ent throughout this whole
shemozzle.
But of course, thats not the
point: the imperative is, as it
has always been, to Stop Te
Boats. And to do that, all we
need to do is go back to the
policies of the Howard years,
because they worked. Tis, like
all of Abbotts simplifcations,
is not entirely true.
Tere is ample evidence that
the Temporary Protection Visas,
with their ban on family reun-
ion, actually led to more wom-
en and children accompanying
their husbands on the boats,
with consequent loss of life.
But even if they did play a
part in easing the fow of boats,
that was then and this is now.
It has now been established
that Nauru was simply a stag-
ing post for the asylum seekers.
More than two thirds of those
sent to the island ended up in
Australia anyway, and most of
those who didnt were taken by
New Zealand.
The people smugglers are
perfectly aware of this and so
are their prospective clients.
Ten years ago Nauru may have
been seen as a deterrent, but the
trick wont work a second time.
Tat, at least, is the view of
all the experts, including the
head of the Department of Im-
migration, Andrew Metcalfe.
Nor will turning the boats
around work as a threat, as was
occasionally done in the How-
ard years and remains a plank
of Abbotts platform.
Indonesia simply wont wear
it any more and even to try it
would bring on a diplomatic
meltdown.
In Metcalfes view, the Ma-
laysian solution is the only real
card on the table; it would at
least go some way to devaluing
the people smugglers product,
the avowed aim of all parties.
But Abbott will never, ever
subject the little kiddies to such
trauma. He was happy to al-
low them to be locked away
behind razor wire at Woomera
until some quite literally went
insane, but Malaysia is simply
barbaric.
And he is not interested in
anything anyone else has to
say, and especially not what
Gillards desperate panel of ex-
perts might come up with.
He has his policy, and hes
sticking to it. And just to show
hes fair as well as frm, hell in-
crease the refugee intake from
13,500 to 20,000 a year over
three years when he becomes
prime minister.
But until then, of course,
hell oppose any such reckless
move. After all, you have to
stick to your principles, what-
ever they may be at the time.
Its certainly worked a treat
on asylum seekers. And just
look at the polls.
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It is a sad coincidence that the federal governments so-called
Stronger Futures legislation comes into law the same week as
NAIDOC (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance
Committee) celebrations. A sad coincidence or a sick joke.
Perhaps the legislation could be called Stranger Futures. Strange
that many of the very people it is meant to help have strong
objections to it. This is surely not an appropriate consensus over
sensitive issues when the federal government imposes its will from
above.
Undoubtedly politicians from all philosophical persuasions were
justifably shocked by the levels of poverty, disease and abuse in
some remote Aboriginal communities revealed in the Little Children
Are Sacred report of 2007 and Janet Stanleys earlier report, Child
Sexual Abuse in Indigenous Communities, in 2003.
However, in the rush to provide strong leadership on these
issues, government seems to have forgotten the need to include
the communities themselves in the leadership role. The approach
could be described as paternalistic at best. If we looked honestly
at the levels of domestic violence and child sexual abuse in the
Australian community as a whole, then emergency legislation
could be applied across the board, without singling out Indigenous
communities.
Human rights groups and Indigenous organisations have
condemned the passing of the latest bill through the Senate last
Friday. Northern Land Council chief executive Kim Hill told ABC
news: Meeting with Aboriginal peoples and then doing all the
talking is not consultation. We feel there needed to be a lot more
listening.
Even the fairly conservative Uniting Church has spoken out:
Stronger Futures employs punitive, top-down measures that have
done little to improve the lives or outcomes for Indigenous groups.
Indigenous communities have experienced few perceivable
benefts from the governmental policies of the last fve years.
Alarmingly, the Uniting Church reports that suicide rates,
particularly among young people, have dramatically increased
since the Intervention. In NSW, which has the largest Indigenous
population, the youth suicide rate is one young person in every
100,000. In the Northern Territory, however, it is now more than 30
in 100,000.
A stronger future needs to be renegotiated no amount of
bluster by well-meaning lawmakers will set it right.
Michael McDonald, factotum
Racist legislation
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Guns in parks
I have known a few responsible
gun owners. Te rest were un-
evolved male dickheads who
managed somehow to balance
a rife with one hand and play
pocket billiards with the other.
To allow people like this loose
in national parks is beyond
belief.
Chris Cooney
Mullumbimby
Q Now the state government
has approved recreational
hunting in Arakwal National
Park and the Cape Byron State
Conservation Area, perhaps
a new line of kevlar-lined ap-
parel will become popular with
tourists, local bushwalkers and
National Parks and Wildlife
employees. Obviously the new
legislation has nothing to do
with feral animal eradication
and everything to do with poli-
tics! Proving once again that
politics is a far too serious mat-
ter to be lef to politicians.
Michael Moriarty
Community Independents
Q How ironic. A few dogs are
not allowed to walk along the
beach adjacent to the Brun-
swick Heads Nature Reserve,
yet it is one of the reserves
where recreational hunting is
going to be allowed. Will these
amateur, unpoliced hunt-
ers be accompanied by their
dogs? In fact, no reserves in
our area have been excluded
from hunting by shooters, who
will also be allowed into Bil-
linudgel, Wooyung, Marshalls
Creek, Inner Pocket, Tyagarah,
Cumbebin, Hayters Hill and
Broken Head nature reserves,
along with Cape Byron State
Conservation Area and Arak-
wal National Park.
This makes a complete
mockery of the term wildlife
conservation area, not to men-
tion personal safety. Bitter ex-
perience in New Zealand has
amply demonstrated that this
style of recreational hunting
in national parks and nature
reserves has resulted in many
cases of human injury and
death.
Caroline Thornton
Ocean Shores
Toxic memes
One would hope that public
discourse, illumined by the
media, would lead to a refned
perspective of reality. There
are, however, certain memes
that have entered the lexicon
of the commentariat and have
become common currency.
Tese memes do not help our
understanding but confuse us.
An exemplar of the toxic
meme is closure. Closure, like
certainty, is an ephemeral con-
cept which so many journalists
have embraced without ques-
tion. In the meantime millions
carry their trauma to the grave
and into the next generation
or two.
Justice is not closure. Re-
venge is not closure. Healing
may be.
Closure, moving on, are
words I would expect from
people who would deceive me
or know not what they speak.
Mind your language.
Jim Nutter
Main Arm
Moderating capitalism
The discussions about asy-
lum seekers, foreign owner-
ship of food producing land,
the drug trade, prostitution
and many other contentious
issues, come down to consid-
ering how far governmental
interference can moderate the
obvious failures of the simple
free market by legislation. In
some cases, notably prostitu-
tion, governments everywhere
have just given up, opting for
harm minimisation to prevent
the worst exploitation. Even
then, criminal elements will
seek to provide for the most
extreme services if the demand
is backed by enough money.
The current problem with
asylum seekers comes from the
fact that there are thirty million
people seeking refuge world-
wide, an impossible demand
to satisfy. Tose with money or
marketable talents can usually
negotiate entry into any nation
of their choosing. Others less
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Q I am a part-time Mullum-
bimby GP and have worked in
town for the last fve and a half
years. I am also the mother of
a young child and have a rich
and busy life outside of medi-
cine. Reading David Brad-
burys letter last week I felt
insulted at his presumptions.
Derek Mallons letter this week
was more civil but again seems
to me to assume a lot.
To me, moving to this area
to live and work in no way
obliges me to work afer hours
in emergency. Being a doctor
does not imply some sort of
required extra service to the
community above and beyond
any other job. (Or as David says,
this service goes with the job
and with the benefts of living
in this community. Tey should
be willing to give back.)
What, David, does this ap-
ply only to doctors? Perhaps
plumbers, lawyers, physiothera-
pists and everyone else are also
somehow obliged to work prac-
tically free through the night as
a community service merely in
return for living here?
I feel I do provide a good
service to the community in
my work as a GP, and yes, Da-
vid, I do collect my Medicare
cheques, otherwise known as
getting paid, for my work. Tere
are many kinds of doctors and I
am fortunate enough to work
with some of the Mullum GPs
who have given many years of
service in and out of hours to
their community and worked
extraordinarily hard (they are
I note, mostly men who had
wives at home). I deeply re-
spect and admire them but I
also strongly feel that this is not
the only worthy type of GP, the
kind we should all be.
I am proud of the service I
provide to my lovely patients
and I feel much appreciated by
them. It would be great if Da-
vid, Derran and others could
also respect doctors rights to
choose the way they live and
work as much as anybody else.
Te hospital is a great ser-
vice and everyone hopes it will
continue to operate but putting
the blame onto doctors who
choose for many and varied
reasons not to work afer hours
is simplistic and disrespectful.
Dr Rosie Hamilton
Goonengerry
Q Many years ago I fell of a
motorbike while wearing
thongs. My foot was a mess.
This was mid-afternoon and
the young doctor at Mullum
Hospital stitched up half of
the six-inch laceration but
baulked at fnishing the job. As
Dr Swanson, the Byron sur-
geon, couldnt be found I was
sent to Lismore Base by ambu-
lance. About 10pm I was fnally
in theatre with a pain-killing
block in my spine. It was fve
days in hospital before the
dead fesh turned white, was
cut out and then they stitched
it up and discharged me. I was
told that if the doctor in Mul-
lum had had his way Id have
lost my foot!
Video conferencing has
been used by business and the
courts for years now and with
the NBN will be even better. Its
fast, ef cient and cheaper.
I was talking about this with
a specialist doctor of many
years experience just last week
who told me that the prestig-
ious St Vincents Hospital in
Sydney runs a ward at Toow-
oomba Hospital west of Bris-
bane. A nurse with a TV moni-
tor on a trolley does the rounds
of the ward accompanied by a
doctor. Its a very good system
with very good results and the
patients love it!
Te patients of this ward at
Toowoomba have far far better
health care as a result of this
innovation than they had be-
fore, as will we here in Mullum.
Bring it on!
Lester Prowse
Huonbrook
Q A moth few into my ear at
midnight. Its distress echoed
my own feelings of rising panic
as its wings loudly fapped in my
ear canal. Fortunately I live near
Mullum hospital. Fortunately a
handsome young doctor in blue
jeans sporting designer stubble
came to my rescue. Te relief I
felt was enormous. I fell in love
with the doctor and the medical
service.
Picture this scenario come
October. Arriving at Emer-
gency in panic with an equally
agitated moth fapping in my
ear, I would have to explain to
a camera lens my distress, my
fear, my terror. How would this
cold, hard, impersonal bit of
technology soothe my nervous
system? How will I be received
at the other end?
We are relational beings and
it is in a fesh-and-blood rela-
tionship that we are soothed.
A disembodied voice coming
down from Tweed may worsen
my distress rather than sooth-
ing what could be a normal,
over-the-top emotional reac-
tion. Should the voice decide
I was worthy of being seen in
person, an ambulance would
cost the medical system $1,300
each way, with two paramedics
and a driver called out from
their sleep.
Mullum hospital services
16,000 people. Please do us
all a favour and write to CEO
Board of Health chris.craw-
ford@ncahs.health.new.gov.
au, and go to www.mullumac-
tion.org for full list of contacts
who make the decisions and
demand that there be no more
reduction in services at our
hospital.
Deborah Lilly
Mullumbimby
Doctors disembodied and otherwise
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well equipped must enter the
maze of regulations and quo-
tas, while the least fortunate
and most desperate are faced
with the decision of whether it
is too risky to seek entry under
conditions deemed to be illegal
and punished as such. Regard-
less of the acknowledged risks,
it still comes down to the de-
mand, which isnt going away.
Long ago we lost the war on
drugs as demand meant some-
one was making money. We
face the same problem with
people smuggling. Our parlia-
ments are caught between the
altruism of the refugee cov-
enants and the rising tide of
opposition to migrants seen,
rightly or wrongly, as a threat
to our national wellbeing and
harmony. Consequently in or-
der to stop the boats, we must
set about making the out-
come of unauthorised entry so
dreadful that asylum seekers
give up.
Numerous reports reveal
the mental and physical health
disaster of mandatory deten-
tion, which, despite attempts
to refne and sofen it still has
dire consequences for those
trapped in the system Every-
where, national governments
are resorting to even more
inhumane practices, includ-
ing violence, but still with little
efect. While the demand re-
mains, so will the smugglers.
Its just another nasty problem
of capitalism.
Don Brown
Bangalow
Andys got talent
I had the opportunity to watch
local artist Andy Holm on Aus-
tralias Got Talent this week.
Te judges and public seem to
identify your entertaining and
quirky performance with all
that is Byron Bay. Well done,
Andy, what a great promotion
you have done in the branding
of Byron Bay. Judging by your
performance you are a profes-
sional entertainer and I really
wish you every success. What
a great opportunity you are
for the town to get with you
to promote the brand of what
everyone loves about Byron
Bay. Byron Bay Ambassador
Andy.
Chris Brown
Billinudgel
Mungo and the NBN
Mungo MacCallums view of
the National Broadband Net-
work (NBN) as a sign of pro-
gress misses Peter Hartchers
point and his own agreement
with it, that the West is go-
ing down the gurgler through
overindulgence. An NBN is
only a necessity if one insists
upon remaining plugged into
a system that is obviously
fawed. Te system, for exam-
ple, cannot discern that more
fruit trees need to go in. It is
engaged in pulling them out
in Australia. Federal money
could be used in ways that get
everyone of the system, rather
than think as usual perhaps
the next technology will save
us; perhaps the next technol-
ogy is not an indulgence but a
necessity.
Te NBN hopes to speed up
economic activity. But that ac-
tivity only takes us deeper into
decay. Triple bottom line sus-
tainability theory (TBLST) es-
tablished that in the 1990s, but
no-one wanted to know about
it. Mungo knows the essence of
TBLST himself: the West
is more concerned with saving
itself from decline than with
the preservation of the planet.
(Echo, June 19.)
Geof Dawe
Uki
Petrol prices
I had reason to travel up the
coast on June 28. Driving
through the Bay I noticed the
cheapest petrol advertised
was $1.47/ltr. At Tyagarah you
could get it for $1.37/ltr, at
Brunswick $1.34 and at Chin-
derah $1.28/ltr (all prices to the
nearest cent).
Tose who thought the new
Woolies fuel outlet would ofer
real competition and bring fuel
prices down in the Bay must be
sadly disappointed. Maybe we
need Aldi to get into the fuel
business. Just another example
of Byron Pay Naturally.
David Henderson
Byron Bay
Billions for roads
Roads minister Duncan Gay
announced $5 billion of spend-
ing on the states roads; less than
one billion was earmarked for
the Pacifc Highway in the next
fnancial year.
Now Im not a maths wiz, but
I reckon for $1 billion we would
get a very fast train (VFT) and
the Sydney to Tugun branch line
all fxed up to cater all the way
to Brisvegas. Or our branch line
from Casino to Murwillumbah
infrastructure upgraded so we
could have a light rail service.
Also with the change lef out
of $1 billion afer all that, the
light rail from Casino could go
onto Tugun, as a cross-border
rail-link.
Now to all those rail enthusi-
asts who travel regularly on the
train, doesnt that idea sound
more encouraging than fghting
with other cars and B-double
trucks on the Pacifc Highway?
Laying back, relaxed, letting a
capable train driver to do the
stopping and picking up of fel-
low train travellers, happy to
arrive safe at your destination
to catch up with family and
friends.
Paul Brecht
Mullumbimby
Hospital foreboding
On behalf of the Manage-
ment Committee of Byron
Shire Hospice (formerly Ami-
tayus) I wish to express my
deep concern and foreboding
at the proposal to replace the
emergency evening doctor at
Mullumbimby Hospital with
video-conferencing facilities.
There is no substitute for
the presence of a doctor, the
mindful touch, eye contact,
active listening and emotion-
al warmth. Tis is the place
where healing begins, that
point when the empathic re-
sponse of another human be-
ing is experienced on our skin.
The therapeutic value of a
talking head on a screen is as
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good as a tough day at the of-
fice. Shame on you, bureau-
crats and ministers.
Catherine Perversi
Brunswick Heads
Evolution, anyone?
Evolution has become a well
accepted explanation of who
we are and where we have come
from. Yet when academics, sci-
entists, humanists, atheists and
sceptics are asked to explain
how evolution provides viable
answers to lifes greatest ques-
tions, no-one steps forward!
As yet, no one has been will-
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forum at the Lennox Head Cul-
tural and Community Centre
at 7.30pm on Wednesday July
25. To date, invitations have
been extended to the School
of Science at SCU, local high
school science departments,
the Humanist Society and the
NSW Greens yet no one has
stepped forward to be a cham-
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If you know of a well quali-
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contact me on 0416 286 091
urgently or Dr Don Batten will
have to explain the evolution-
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out its inadequacies without
any opposition.
Bruce Kemp
Wollongbar
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one might get a virtuous glow
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There are ways for our local
communities in Byron Shire to
renew our economies. We can
align them with the core values
we hold in these places which
sustain us. As a biologist, I get
a lot of my news from reading
the tide line on the beach and
listening to birds and bats as
well as people. Heres the latest.
Te future looks grim for
many species as well as for our
children and grandchildren. So
lets fex our clout as both citi-
zens and consumers. Lets look
ahead and redirect the fnance,
efort and goodwill that swirls
around here into a program
that improves our legacy. Lets
begin a process which keeps
going year afer year, improv-
ing the way we do things here.
How? My proposal is very
simple and has three parts. Its
based on models and projects
you can review on my website.
Te frst part is to set up a way
that anyone and everyone can
participate: visitors, residents,
businesses, creatives and farm-
ers. Custom-tailored member-
ships will have fees that match
varying levels of cash fow and
socio-ecologic impacts.
Your membership declares
youll participate as a proac-
tive guardian of our paradise.
Holding this ecopassport of-
fers certain privileges: access
to a network of information
and skills, use of a logo, dis-
counts, etc. Membership also
brings challenges and respon-
sibilities. Some could be best
practice projects. A few weeks
keeping a log book about your
use of consumables, such as
water, power, plastics, petrol.
Watching your production of
wastes such as food or rubbish.
Making properties friendlier
for other species.
Members can also contribute
to building local knowledge.
One project lets you upload
your photos of other species to
a dedicated website. Another
takes you on walkabouts, mon-
itoring or historical searches.
Day trippers and residents
alike can spot the logo and
join in something new, excit-
ing and valuable.
As our communities transi-
tion to what we hope is sustain-
ability, we must adjust in every
way. Whats important will al-
ter, as the climate changes and
transport options morph in
ways we cannot anticipate. At
its heart, ecopassports help a
wide range of members and
other species become fexible
and resilient.
Te second part of my pro-
posal is that the membership
fees are collected and held by
an independent entity. The
most progressive model is a
hybrid trust, a blended com-
munity group and commer-
cial enterprise. Unlike a levy
caught in political winds, this
exciting voluntary fund will be
a stable, public way to enact
the third part of my proposal.
We fnance our projects, em-
ployment and initiatives in the
community-minded ways we
value. In a neat twist, the fund
can include pro rata mecha-
nisms to contribute to council
funds about infrastructure and
green assets.
Economic jargon says well
fnally be accounting for nega-
tive externalities and tracking
opportunity costs. In plain
words, this process addresses
negative costs that our places
bear because of the way we and
our visitors live. Te process
also continues supporting what
we avoid doing: keeping trees
instead of building parking
lots, planning for long-term
viability instead of cashing in
on speedy money spinners.
Tis proposal isnt a bed tax
and doesnt single out visitors
or residents, big or small busi-
ness. With tourism down 11 per
cent, we need to develop our
own creative industries and
services. Tese exports art,
film, texts, music, research,
products also allow would-
be tourists to visit using their
imagination. What if we set
up a nature discovery cen-
tre? Tey can visit online and
dream to visit someday.
Every proposal needs dis-
cussion. Meanwhile, the daily
headline from our beaches
is that the natural fotsam is
full of our plastic wastes. How
much longer can we ignore
our impacts in this precious
tangle of life? Read more at the
website Tangle of Life www.
tangleofife.org.
Some proposals for green enterprise
continued from page 12
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Letters/Pin This Up
key to a more sustainable envi-
ronment is not to use them in
the frst place. Its not hard to
avoid bottled water and even
bottles for oils and its not neces-
sary or healthy to consume fzzy
sugary drinks.
Te key to saving both the
environment and our hard-
earned money, and helping the
local economy and jobs in the
process, is to buy unpackaged
locally grown, organic food at
the farmers market and make
your own drinks from local
fruit.
Buying processed food in
plastic from supermarkets is a
waste of money and resources
and not as good for your health.
Inevitably value adding means
more cost to the buyer and less
nutrition. Not only that, at least
$90 of your $100 goes straight
out of this community as far
as China, Germany and the
USA and sometimes pesti-
cides banned in Australia con-
taminate the produce.
Buying fresh from local
farmers means at least $90
in every $100 stays right here
and can sustain local jobs. Te
money can circulate many
times. You know how your
food is produced. It hasnt
been sitting on the shelf for
days, even weeks, breathing in
chemicals from plastic wrap-
ping and hasnt travelled enor-
mous distances. You can take
your own shopping bags and
watch as sparkling fresh fruit
and vegetables are poured in
and talk to the people who
picked them the day before.
You can take your own bottle
or container and have it flled
with fresh local olive oil for $10
a litre or with low-cost local
honey.
It would be a genuine help
to the environment if we were
to try to buy locally produced
food and drink without pack-
aging and without barcodes.
Tis has been sustainable for
hundreds of years afer all.
Richard Jones
Possum Creek
News update
Perhaps the two most interest-
ing news articles in the world
this week were the discovery of
plutonium in fsh caught 60km
of the coast of Japan(Enenews
27/06/2012) and the reversal of
illness in Danish pigs afer they
were no longer fed genetically
modifed food (Farmwars.info
28/06/2012).
Dr Caldicott says there is
no safe dose of plutonium.
Now that is has been found in
little fsh, it will quickly make
its way up the food chain into
bigger fsh, which swim long
distances. Half of the pluto-
nium 239 will be gone from
the Pacifc fsh in 24,000 years
time.
All the Bluefn Tuna in the
pacifc are now contaminated
with Japanese nuclear radia-
tion cesium137 (news.yahoo.
com May 30 2012), yet people
continue to buy and eat tuna,
unaware of the danger.
Peter Olson
Goonengerry
Phone 0401 884 231
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View Club
The next luncheon meeting of
Brunswick Valley View Club will
be held on Tursday 12 July 2012
at Brunswick Heads Bowling Club
commencing at 10.30am. Cost is
$20. Apologies from permanent
members and attendance of casual
members to Jannine Murray on
6619 0239 or email jam@linknet.
com.au no later than 9 July.
CSG resistance
Public meeting called to form a
working group for rolling out an
action to declare our roads and area
coal-seam gas free Wednesday 11
July at 6pm in the Mullumbimby
Neighbourhood Centre, 55 Dalley
St. Meet Annie Kia, initiator of the
successful strategy in Te Chan-
non. Info Amica 6680 3230.
AIR meet
Te next AIR (Australians in Re-
tirement) meeting will be at the
Ballina RSL at 9.30am on 6 July,
followed by the AGM. More info
Ken 6687 7291.
Al-Anon
Al-Anon family groups can help
if your life is being affected by
someone elses drinking. Murwil-
lumbah group meets each Monday
at Te Christian Outreach Centre
19 Prince St at 10am. Phone 07 5532
4320 for more information.
Diabetes support
Pottsville Diabetic Support Group
invites people with diabetes and
their partners, carers and friends
to its next monthly meeting at
Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood
Centre on Wednesday 4 July. En-
quiries Ruth 6676 0411.
Weeding bee
The Byron Shire Chemical Free
Landcare Group is having aweed-
ing bee on Saturday 7 July, from
9am to 1pm, morning tea at 11am.
Meet at Brunswick Heads (south of
the surf club) at the fre track gate.
Enquiries Nadia 0478 272 300.
Prostate support
Meetings of Northern Rivers Pros-
tate Cancer Support Group will be
held 79pm at Lismore Workers
Club Keen Street on Wednesday
4 July and at Alstonville Bowling
Club at 10am on Monday 16 July.
Men diagnosed with prostate can-
cer and their partners or carers are
most welcome.
Abuse survivors
Are you a woman who survived
being sexually assaulted as a child?
Heartfelt House is about to start
the last group program for sur-
vivors in 2012 and we have three
places lef. For more information
please call us on Tuesday, Wednes-
day or Thursday 9am3pm on
6628 8940 or visit www.heartfelt-
house.org.au.
Orchid news
Set aside Monday 9 July for the
next meeting of the Byron District
Orchid Society at Ewingsdale Hall
7pm for a meeting at 7.30. Enquir-
ies Penny 6680 1600.
Lennox Market
Every 2nd and 5th Sunday. no dogs
at the market please. Enquiries
6686 2139.
Clean up Sufolk
Te Sufolk Park Progress Asso-
ciation have organised a clean up
day for Sunday 8 July, meeting at
Gaggin Park at 9am.
Physio guest speaker
Te next meeting of the Australian
Breastfeeding Association will be
at the Mullumbimby and District
Neighbourhood Centre, 55 Dal-
ley Street from 9.30am to 11am on
Tursday 5 July. Guest speaker is
a local physiotherapist, who will
talk on Pelvic Floor Strengthening.
Enquiries Samaya 6684 6434 or
Jan 6680 1108.
Poetry evening
Mullumbimby Library is host-
ing an evening with local poetry
group Dangerously Poetic on
Wednesday 11 July, 5.306.30pm,
wine and nibbles. Enquiries to the
library or 6684 2992.
Dunecare
Sufolk Park Dunecare will meet-
ing this Saturday 7 July 8.30am at
the northern end of the bike track
near bridge for a mornings weed-
ing and planting. All welcome.
Phone Miles on 0403 206 190.
Ocean Shores Spring Fair
Starts on Saturday 14 July. Ocean
Shores Nostalgia art retrospective
and aerial photography exhibition.
Enquiries 6619 0308 or 6680 1108.
Sing Australia
Sing Australia meets Tuesday at
the Kentwell Community Centre
79pm. New members welcome.
Cost $7. Phone Barbara 0412 660
472 or Brian 0407 358 717.
Please note: this section is intend-
ed for the benefit of non-profit
community groups, not for invita-
tions to paid workshops.
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If you have a completed manu-
script that is ready to go and
a publishing idea you think
will appeal to publishers, then
this years BBWF Pitch Perfect
Competition could be just the
break youre looking for!
Simply submit a completed
application form together with
a one- to two-page synopsis of
your manuscript and the frst
chapter of your book. Te top
six submissions will be selected
and those winners will be in-
vited to pitch their book idea
live to a panel of publishers
on Saturday August 4 at the
Byron Bay Writers Festival.
Each pitch will be limited to
fve minutes.
A short pitching workshop
to prepare successful appli-
cants for this event will be ar-
ranged prior to the Festival.
Deadline for submis-
sions is 4pm on Friday
July 6. For details and
the application
form go to www.
nrwc.org.au/v2/
i mages/stori es/
PDFfles/pitch_per-
fect_2012.pdf.
PROGRAM OUT NOW!
Find a link to the online program at
www.echonetdaily.net.au
This is the story of a man the church has feared
and persecuted for more than a thousand years
Heresy ($20) from Echo
of ces or by mail order:
www.pelagius.com.au.
David Lovejoy brilliantly
recreates the riven and
turb ulent age in which
Christianity evolved. A
serious and challenging
historical novel, but also a
page-turner.
Mungo MacCallum
Jesus came to show us
who we are. And somehow
showing us who we are
has gradually changed into
telling us how to behave.
Arvellius Cambriensis,
415 AD
No historical facts were
harmed in the making
of this novel.
Byron Bay Writers Festival www.byronbaywritersfestival.com.au
Review by Libby OLoughlin
Imagine a book which teams
a passion for cooking with a
penchant for reminiscing.
Charlotte Woods Love and
Hunger achieves just that.
In Love and Hunger, Wood
writes eloquently about why
she has included specifc recipes
that are synonymous with fam-
ily and friends, and teamed this
with beautifully captured expe-
riences from her own life. Tis
collection of 25 essays equates
to an interesting social com-
mentary that not only traces
the evolution of food through-
out the ages but also explores
its importance as a tonic for
physical and mental health and
wellbeing. For example, a meal
given as a gif of love to some-
one in crisis ofers comfort, the
gathering of friends to share
food symbolises unity, and a
mercy meal, otherwise known
as a wake, celebrates the life of a
loved one lost.
Te appeal of this book lies
in the essence of its simplic-
ity. None of the 75 recipes is
pretentious but the wonderful
nostalgia that Wood infuses at
times in the telling of why they
have been included imparts
a different kind of richness
to savour. Love and Hunger
seamlessly merges cooking and
reading, yet, because it is very
well referenced, it is a book that
can be dipped into at leisure
when the need for some culi-
nary therapy presents itself.
Another aspect I found fas-
cinating about Love and Hun-
ger was the addition of com-
monsense cooking tips ranging
from how to cut an onion, to
how to roast and carve a suc-
culent chicken, to making and
baking the perfect pastry.
The inclusion of a list of
pantry essentials, together
with optimum storage condi-
tions for certain foods, is also
practical tomatoes at room
temperature to preserve fla-
vour and ditto for the annu-
ally harvested garlic bulb to
enhance longevity.
Love and Hunger is a won-
derful and inspiring read
evidencing Charlotte Woods
obvious passion for food and
cooking and the inevitable
social interaction that this
brings.
Review by Libby OLoughlin
Me of the Never Never is a rich tapestry
of anecdotes woven by Fiona OLoughlin,
tracing her life growing up as one of seven
children in a small town, to her rise to
comedic fame on the world stage. Being
part of a large family which she describes
as six other people soaked in the same
marinade was no doubt instrumental
in her having fve children and fostering
others with her husband Chris.
In chronicling her successes and fail-
ures, she largely focuses on the people
and experiences that have shaped her life
and nurtured her ability to laugh, together
with her wonderful sense of humour. Al-
though she admits she has a tendency to
say a lot all true, but not always accurate
yet conversely reveal very little, Fiona
OLoughlin is at times brutally honest.
I loved her book not just for its obvi-
ous comedy but more so for its frankness,
innumerable pearls of wisdom and sheer
readability. She refers to her unusual abil-
ity to take a picture mentally and make a
memory; indeed, her subsequent descrip-
tions of images from the album in her
head are far more poignant than the inclu-
sion of actual photographs in her book.
Her time in Alice Springs causes her
to address the social disparity between
white and black and the inevitable issue
of racism.
Fiona is, for example, acutely aware
that the way we explain to children why
Aborigines are sitting in a river can either
nurture prejudice against them as drunks,
bludgers or no-hopers, or can change
perception by saying that they are simply
waiting for better days.
Her analogy of life being just a series of
good days and bad days is balanced and
refreshing in a world where the increasing
expectation is to be unconditionally 100
per cent happy. Likewise she contrasts hi-
larious anecdotes with heart wrenchingly
sad ones in a highly enjoyable reading
experience akin to an emotional roller
coaster ride.
JANE CARO is an author,
novelist, journalist,
columnist, lecturer,
advertising writer and
media commentator.
She has published
three books The Stupid
Country; How Australia
is Dismantling Public
Education (co-authored
with Chris Bonnor), The F
Word; How we Learned to
Swear by Feminism (co-
authored with Catherine
Fox), and a novel Just
a Girl. She appears
regularly in the media
including on the ABCs
The Gruen Transfer. She
is also on the boards of
Bell Shakespeare, where
she chairs the companys Artistic Advisory Panel, and the NSW
Public Education Foundation.
STUART LITTLEMORE QC is an Australian barrister and former
journalist and television presenter. He is probably best known
for his writing and presentation of the ABC TV programs Media
Watch for nine years
from 1989 to 1998
and Littlemore in
2001. His memoir
of professional
life, The Media and
Me, published by
ABC Books, was a
best-seller in 1997.
More recently, Stuart
Littlemore has
penned the Harry
Curry books (Harry
Curry, Counsel of
Choice and Harry
Curry, The Murder
Book), both of
which, according
to Littlemore, are
authentic, all based
on real (although
extraordinary) cases.
More than just a funny woman
Faces at the Festival
Nostalgia a tasty ingredient in Woods recipe
Pitch a manuscript to publishers at the writersfest
THE BYRON SHIRE
NETDAILY
Congratulations to
Winners of The Echos
Writers Festival program
competition prize of a
$1,000 advertising package!
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16 July 3, 2012 The Byron Shire Echo
Feldenkrais
Mindful Movement
Whether walking, bicycling,
surfng, practising yoga or
sitting at a computer, the
movements we repeat over
and over, day by day, come
to defne and limit us.
When injured, we instantly
adapt to minimise pain and
maximise control. These
unconscious adaptations
become the limps, postural
contortions, and physical
constrictions we know only
too well.
Feldenkrais is a unique
method for breaking through
this automatic action. Each
lesson is an adventure in
mindful motion, revealing yet
another of our inherent
capabilities for more ease in
our actions and our lives.
Call 1800 001 550.
Good Posture =
Last Longer
Good posture is a natural
aspect of our being that is
obvious to anyone with the
eyes to see. We assess
each other by beauty and
posture without the need to
be taught. This knowledge
seems to be innate and we
do this, often, without being
conscious of it but it helps us
form an impression of
whomever we meet.
Chiropractors are trained to
do Postural Assessment as
a frst step in understanding
and predicting where
problems arise in the body.
We look at how you stand
and how you move. X-ray
analysis indicates where you
are wearing out and we can
predict, from the shape of
your spine, where your
structure will fail.
f you are experiencing PAN
then something has failed
and we can assist your body
to recover by doing an
adjustment and correcting
the alignment. f you want
your body to perform well
spreading the load evenly
throughout your structure,
gaining relief from those
chronic problems and
optimising your health then
we can help by restoring
your natural upright posture.
For re-alignment, postural
restoration, health
optimisation in yourself, your
family members and staff
join us in our mission of life
enhancement at
BYRON BAY
CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE,
1/12 Tasman Way, Byron
Arts and Industry Estate.
Ph: 6680 9991,
www.byronchiro.com.
Brunswick Heads
Osteopathy
Brunswick Heads
Osteopathy has a lot to
celebrate in July:
Principal Osteopath Sue
Broadbent celebrates 20
YEARS in Osteopathic
Practice; The new clinic in
Mullumbimbi Street is TWO
YEARS OLD; AMELA
ROCCO joins our
osteopathic staff; We are
expanding our hours to
provide an even better
service to our patients.
Come down to Bruns on
Saturday 7 July for an OPEN
DAY 124pm.
Meet Amelia. Catch up with
Sue and Toby. FREE
refreshments. Find out what
osteopathy can do for you.
Learn about our other
services Massage,
Naturopathy, Refexology.
Win a FREE MASSAGE
every visitor receives a
FREE raffe ticket
Brunswick Heads
Osteopathy Shop 2,
32 Mullumbimbi Street.
6685 1126.
Carol Stanley
Carol Stanley has lived in
Tweed Heads since 1983
with her husband and family.
She won a three-hour
introduction to massage at
the Holistic Academy of
Applied Science. Wow, what
she learnt in those three
hours was enough to whet
her appetite to learn more
about the human body, even
though she already had a
knack of fnding sore spots
on people.
While doing her Remedial
Massage Diploma she was
introduced to Myofacial
Release Treatment. As Carol
had been in several car
accidents as a child her body
was always tight and in pain
and had several other
problems. Here was a
treatment that she had been
looking for and it was doing
a lot more for her and lasting
a lot longer than an elbow in
the back!
So with that information
under her belt she studied
with the Myofacial Centre in
South Australia and got a
Diploma in Myofacial
Release and Cranio-sacral
Therapy.
So don't let so-called 'old
age' pains get in the way of
your golden years; feel the
golden glow from within... a
relaxed nervous system and
pain free and get back to the
sports you love!
Contact Carols Massage
Therapy Coolangatta-
Kirra Sports Club. Cnr
Appel & Binya Ave
Coolangatta Qld 4225.
Phone: 0410 433 685
www.carols_massage.
ntpages.com.au
Integrative
Health Care
At the North Coast Medical
Centre in Byron Bay, general
practitioners Dr Anthony
Solomon, Dr Rob Trigger, Dr
Bettie Honey and Dr Victoria
Coolangatta-Kirra Sports Club
Cnr Appel & Binya Ave
Coolangatta Qld 4225
For aches pains
and injuries!
Phone:
0410 433 685
Carols Massage
Therapy
Carol Stanley RMD, Myo.D., R.C.S.T
carols_massage.ntpages.com.au
The Timeless Body
An event that will change how you think about moving, improve
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A Denture Clinic that Bulk Bills?
Thats something to smile about!
Ballina Dental Lab & Denture Clinic
Suite 10/48 Tamar St. Tamar Centre, Ballina
Ph: 6686 8842
Member
For affordable pricing,
and guaranteed
high quality work-
manship using the
latest technology,
and services for all
dentures, talk to your friendly
Prosthetists, Andrew Innes and John Linton.
BALLINA DENTAL LAB
Serving locals for over 25 years
Now accepting health funds and
bulk billing through Medicare
* For Eligibility see your GP
1/12 Tasman Way, Byron Arts
and Industry Estate
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Dr Bruce Ca mpbel l & Dr Ki mberl ey Col l i ns
SERVING BYRON BAY FOR OVER 20 YEARS
GOOD POSTURE
= LAST LONGER
Can result from Bad Posture
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Call 6680 9991
for a n a p p oi n t m en t
24 Shirley St, Byron Bay
6685 8666 or book online at
www.northcoastmedicalcentre.com.au
Integrative Health Care
At North Coast Medical Centre we have a great team
of professional caring practitioners working together
to support you with your health and wellbeing. Our
Integrative Health care team includes:
General Practitioners
Nurses
Psychologists
Naturopath
Herbalist
Osteopaths
See our website for more information.
North Coast Medical Centre
NCMC is located 5 doors down from the Hospital.
Health &
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For appoint ment ph. 6685 5870
BECAUSE THE PAMPERIN G IS
fresh, rejuvenating & relaxing
Judys Pamper Yourself
W
hy should you go t o Judy?
Specialising in all facials including
oxygen and microder mabr asion.
8MRXMRK%PP[E\MRK
wit h Ana Barner
Level 1 U July 14 & 15
Explore and t ransf orm your
lif e and relat ionships
Learn new and dynamic
ways of communicat ing
Become a prof essional
f acilit at or
Voice Dialogue Training
ph 6684 7158
m 0410 740 420
anabarner@voicedialogue.net
www.voicedialogue.net
Beauty
Hunt are working
together with
naturopaths, herbalists,
osteopaths and
psychologists to
provide patient-focused
holistic care that is effective
and affordable.
We believe that integrative
medicine is about the
merging of modern,
conventional and
complementary modalities.
With health professionals
working together to integrate
services and share their
knowledge for best patient
care.
For further information
about our practitioners,
visit our website www.
northcoastmedicalcentre.
com.au and book online,
or phone 6685 8666.
Ballina Dental Lab
John Linton and Andrew
Innes have worked together
over 25 years in the northern
rivers area.
We strive to achieve the best
result possible for our
patients in the functionality,
appearance and comfort of
all the dentures we make.
Understanding, patience,
and listening to our patients
needs are also crucial to the
manufacture of a successful
denture.
A free consultation and
no-obligation free quote is
available to all patients who
wish to enquire into what is
needed and possible to your
specifc denture needs.
The MEDICARE DENTAL
SCHEME is still operational
and for those eligible
patients who qualify through
their GP bulk billing will be
available.
Phone 6686 8842, Suite
10/48 Tamar St, Ballina.
Mullumbimby
Skin Clinic
Our trained doctors have
extra skills in identifying,
diagnosing and removing
skin cancers and
melanomas. Early detection
is the key to lasting cure.
For at-risk people a full-body
skin check is recommended
with every change of
season. You are at risk if:
you have ever been
sunburned in the past; you
work outdoors or have done
so in the past; you have had
a skin cancer before; you
regularly pursue an outdoor
sport.
Every year around 430,000
Australians are treated for
non-melanoma skin cancers.
Skin cancer and skin-care
clinic, 58 Stuart St,
Mullumbimby. To book
your skin check phone
6684 4400.
Voice
Dialogue
is a dynamic
and creative
consciousness
tool, supporting you
to understand and transform
your life and relationship
patterns.
Ana Barner has been a
facilitator and trainer since
1987. She presents
workshops/training
seminars and is
available for
individual and
couple sessions
in Byron Shire and
via Skype and
phone.
The next level-1 workshop
is happening July 14 &
15. This seminar is
designed for individuals
wanting to explore their own
personal life and anyone
interested in becoming a
professional facilitator.
For bookings and
enquiries for seminars and
sessions call Ana Barner
on 6684 7158 or
0410 740 420. anabarner@
voicedialogue.net.
www.voicedialogue.net
Acupuncture with
Jamie Bellamy
Winter is a time when low
temperatures, icy winds,
damp conditions and gloomy
days all conspire to
exacerbate aches, pains,
and emotional imbalances. If
youre suffering from the
winter blues, why not delight
yourself with a healing,
one-hour acupuncture
treatment with Jamie
Bellamy, to nurture, support
Voice
Dialogue
with Ana Barner
and
strengthen
your
body,
mind and spirit
this winter.
Call Jamie at:
2/70 Burringbar Street
Mullumbimby, 10am to
4pm on Tuesdays &
Thursdays and 10am
to 1pm on Saturdays.
Phone 0432 034 202 for
an appointment.
Look
Gorgeous
Look gorgeous all year
with Judys anti-ageing
treatments. The high
tech O2 Oxygen
Treatment makes you
feel younger and
rejuvenates your skin.
Lactic and enzyme facials
offer frst-class anti-ageing
skincare, as do all of Judys
high-quality organic skincare
products. Judy now offers
microdermabrasion with her
comprehensive menu of
treats and treatments, along
with oxygen facials and
waxing (incl brazilian).
Treatments are available for
teenagers, ladies and men.
If you want to create a
gorgeous new you and
indulge in a blissful
pampering in a secluded,
peaceful, airconditioned
atmosphere, call Judy on
6685 5870.
Is Stress
Killing You?
Modern life is full of hassles,
deadlines, and demands. It
will bring up stress, which is
benefcial up to a certain
extent but repeated stressful
situations put a strain on the
body that may contribute to
physical and
psychological problems.
Scientifc research
shows that stress can lead to
many serious health
problems like memory
problems, pessimism,
diarrhoea or constipation,
nausea, chest pain, rapid
heartbeat, loss of sex drive,
frequent colds, sleep
problems, eczema, obesity,
heart disease, moodiness,
inability to relax, depression
and anxiety, eating and
sleeping disorders,
loneliness, neglecting
responsibilities, using
alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs
to relax, nervous habits (eg
nail biting, pacing) etc.
Vaidya Raman Das
Mahatyagi shows how the
ancient and time tested
systems of ayurveda and
yoga know about stress and
its remedies in a two hour
seminar that aims to give
people of all ages the tools to
recognise its symptoms and
to break the vicious stress
response cycle.
Come and join Raman Das
and learn how ayurveda has
proven meditation, relaxation
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The Byron Bay
Equestrian Centre
The Byron Bay Equestrian Centre has a fantastic kids
program this winter school holidays.
Open to kids of all riding abilities and levels of experience
from ages ve to 16! On 5, 6, 9 and 10 July the BBEC will be
running fun-lled days from 10am to 3pm. Lunch included!
Kids will have the opportunity to learn the art of vaulting
(gymnastics on horseback), which is great for developing
childrens balance, co-ordination and condence on the
horse. Riding both in the indoor arena and also on a trail
ride around the 90-acre property (weather permitting).
Bookings essential. Indoor arena so program is set to run
rain, hail or shine! Daily cost $80 per child, $10 discount to
additional days.
For more information or to book please call Tesse
on 0468 41 (HORSE)4677 or email manager@
byronbayequestriancentre.com.
Run away with the
circus these holidays
Circus Arts, Byron Bays AWESOME indoor circus venue, is
gearing up for its popular School Holiday Circus and Trapeze
Workshops!
The Circus Workshops provide a full- or half-day immersion
in all things CIRCUS including activities such as mini-
trampoline, acro-balance, hula hoop, tumbling and aerial
skills on the low trapeze and silks. Plus everyone gets the
opportunity to swing on the high ying trapeze! Choose
from one day to a whole
week. New these holidays
is a 5-day circus camp
which includes ve full
days of circus fun with the
opportunity to perform in
a show on the last day for
your parents.
Circus Arts also runs all-ages
high ying trapeze sessions
with massive discounts for
multi-ies! Come and make
a catch today.
During the holidays, Circus Arts will continue our morning
kinder and pre-circus sessions for ages 15 years along with
our regular Saturday timetable.
Book today for your ultimate holiday adventure at
Circus Arts 6685 6566.
Theres lots
happening this
school holidays!
Discovery Room program journey into kaleidoscopes, the
magic of labyrinths, sound alchemy, gum-leaf art or listen
to shamanic drumming. Sunday 15 July a Wu Tao dance
workshop and sacred ceremony. Check out the program at
www.crystalcastle.com.au/experiences/whats-on. Free
face painting for the kids from noon to 4pm each day.
The Crystal Castle Experience
After seven years of dreaming, we proudly present The
Crystal Castle Experience beautifully illustrated, 120-page
guide to the Crystal Castle. Available now at the Crystal
Castle and our online shop.
Shambhala Gardens Volunteer Program
Love the wonderful gardens? Want to learn about gardening
in the sub-tropics? Come and be a part of the team. A
limited number of places are available in our rst-ever
volunteer program starts 26 July. www.crystalcastle.
com.au/experiences
Crystal Wisdom Workshop Sunday 22 July
This truly special experience is offered for a full day. Come
and have your own crystal awakening experience as the
crystals ampl ify your essence and lead you on a journey of
self-discovery and love. Led by Rachelle Charman.
Into the Woods
Visit Into the Woods these holidays and learn something
new. In the winter time we love to knit, sew, felt, weave,
and create with natural pieces. We keep little ngers busy
learning lots of new things.
Craft is all about creating and sharing ideas to pass on.
We keep classes small so call early for a booking. Call
Sandi on 0417 041 897.
SW IM A LL THRO UGH W INTER IN O UR
INDOO R HEATED SA LT WATER POO L
After many years of professional surng, Gary Elkerton
(Kong) is now sharing his knowledge with children to help
them achieve condence and skills in the water.
School holiday intensives. ONLY $50 FOR FOUR DAYS. BOOK NOW!
Regular classes from Mondays to Saturdays.
RING NOW FOR MORE
INFORMATION AND
BOOKINGS 6680 1614
LOT 9, UNIT 5 MOGO PLACE
BILLINUDGEL
Mention this as for a FREE extra
lesson in your rst month.
FULLY INDOORS
OPEN RAIN OR SHINE!
For more info, Kinder classes & Saturday timetable:
www.circusarts.com.au Ph: 02 6685 6566
HOLIDAY BOOKING ESSENTIAL
CIRCUS ARTS
Byron Entertainment Centre
17 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay Arts & Industry Estate
SCHOOL HOLIDAY
CIRCUS WORKSHOPS
Mon 2nd Sat 14th July
Ages b - "b years Weekday Workshops
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KINDER CLASSES FOR AGES 1 5
DAILY PLUS INDOOR PLAY CENTRE
enrich your spirit
Visit the enchanting Crystal Castle
and Shambhala Gardens
See t he new World Peace St upa project , walk t he ancient labyrint h
and marvel at t he exquisit e jewellery and cryst als.
Indulge in delicious lunch and dessert .
Inspirat ion, t ranquillit y and breat ht aking hint erland views.
Enrich your spirit wit h a visit t oday!
www.cryst alcast le.com.au
Open 7 Days 10am-5pm (NSW t ime)
81 Monet Drive, Mullumbimby
20 mins from Byron Bay
(02) 6684 3111
LISMORE REGIONAL GALLERY
STEVEN GIESE : Pi ct ures t hat t hi nk
ROLAND HARVEY : Post card Show
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Kong for Kids
Kong for Kids Swim School has been open three years and
is run by Gary Kong Elkerton, world-champion surfer. Kong
For Kids is the only swim school to offer swimming lessons
in conjunction with surng and beach-awareness lessons.
Kongs vision is that kids can swim safely both in a pool and
at the beach.
Unit 5, Mogo Place, Billinudgel. Ph 6680 1614.
Lismore Regional
Gallery June / July
School Holidays
Currently showing is childrens book illustrator/author,
Roland Harvey. Engaging for all ages, this exhibition traces
the development of some of Harveys best-known books
with original sketches and watercolours.
Steven Gieses gurative images communicate ideas about
the human condition, and often throw light on social and
environment concerns, while Ted Harvey documented many
international rock acts in 1972 such as Pink Floyd, Elton John
and Cat Stevens.
Miss P is a 50s-style tour guide with a slightly bossy
disposition and a wonderfully silly imagination. Miss P
will meet the kids outside the gallery and take them on a
themed interactive tour of the exhibition, including an art
activity.
Jesse Mackintosh, local artist and fashion designer, will
take teenagers through a badge-making workshop to
create their own badges. All tools will be provided; however,
bookings are essential.
Lismore Regional Gallery. 131 Molesworth Street,
Lismore. Phone 6622 2209. www.lismoregallery.org.au
Wooden toy shop
Were Bibbat and Babbat, the friendly pixies of Byron Bay
Wooden Toys. Were on an adventure to bestow kids with
fun. Our quest is to nd quality, safe toys and games for
the whole family to enjoy. Playing is learning and we look
far and wide to provide you with a diverse treasure-trove
of wholesome toys that are kind to the environment and
affordable! Come and visit us online or in store.
Ph: 0407 693 500
info@byronbaywoodentoys.com.au
Byron Bay Wooden Toys
www.byronbaywoodentoys.com.au
The Worlds Leading
Preschool Activity!
Not only does Little Kickers introduce the team sport of
soccer while having fun, it allows your child to practise skills
including balance, co-ordination and turn taking. This well-
researched program is suitable for the shy child to the very
condent ones. If you are looking for something to keep
your child active while learning, come along and have a go.
At Little Kickers the coaches have the energy to match the
incredible energy of your child!
Phone 6684 0235. jcmoore@littlekickers.com.au
www.littlekickers.com.au
Spaghetti Circus
Spaghetti Circus is one of Australias leading youth circuses,
renowned for producing innovative circus performance and
high-level specialised circus training over 20 years. Based
in Mullumbimby, at the Showgrounds, Spaghetti Circus
provides weekly circus classes for more than 300 people
aged between two and 102!
Spaghetti performers are working as professional circus
artists all over the world; we will be performing at
Splendour in the Grass!
This is your chance to learn tricks such as trapeze, mini
tramp, acrobatics, tumbling, hula hoops, juggling, lyra, tissue
and German wheel in our school holiday program.
Parkour (PK & sessions) use circus, tumbling, balances and
gymnastics to run quickly passed obstacles by jumping,
vaulting, swinging, climbing and scaling walls. Parkour is
not competitive; it also includes acrobatic tricks and aerial
rotations to add more buck to your bang! Come join us to
train for power, endurance and strength
Come run away and join our circus live your dream.
Ph: 6684 3038
Summerland House Farm
Summerland House Farm is a must-see attraction on the
north coast.
This macadamia and avocado farm is a business
enterprise of House With No Steps and has been providing
employment for northern rivers people with a disability for
the past 40 years.
Here you can taste the regions award-winning produce at
The Grocer. Or be tempted by the culinary delights of the
Caf and Function Centre.
Browse the quality Nursery and Gift Shop, test your skills
in the new interactive mini-golf; let the kids splash in the
water park, or just relax in the peaceful surrounds.
Summerland House Farm / House With No Steps
253 Wardell Road, Alstonville
Tel: 6628 0610 www.summerlandhouse.com.au
Cl ass ti mes 10am-12.30pm
$35 per cl ass
M ateri al s & mor ni ng tea
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A ges 5-10 years
HOLI DAY CRAFT WORKSHOPS
Wed July 4th, 11th
Fri July 6th, 13th
Sat July 7th, 14th
Visit this working macadamia and avocado
farm set on 172 acres of coastal hinterland.
Summerland House Farm / House With No Steps
253 Wardell Road, Alstonville. Tel: 6628 0610
Open 7 days 9am-4pmwww.summrlanohous.com.au
bookings & information call Tesse on 0468 41 HORSE (4677)
or email manager@byronbayequestriancentre.com
The Byron Bay Equestrian Centre is under new management and has a
fantastic kids school holiday program this winter school holidays
just minutes from Byron town centre!
Open to kids of all riding abilities and levels of experience from ages 5- 16!
On the 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th the BBEC will be running fun lled days from
10am-3pm... lunch included!
Kids will have the opportunity to learn the art of vaulting (gymnastics
on horseback): great for developing childrens balance, co-ordination
and condence on the horse. Riding in the indoor arena and also on a
trail around the 90 acre property (weather permitting). Also included is
horsemanship, horse care, games, puzzles, videos and much more!
Program run by experienced and qualied coaches with safety a priority.
Indoor area for parents to stay and watch, refreshments available and
helmets provided.
Bookings essential. Indoor arena so program is set to run rain, hail or shine!
Daily cost $80 per child, $10 discount to additional days.
ROLL UP! ROLL UP!
COME AND JOIN THE CIRCUS!
Learn tricks such as trapeze, mini tramp,
acrobatics, tumbling, hula hoops, juggling, lyra,
tissue, german wheel and much much more.
SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS
Mon 9th Wed 11th July 10am 3pm.
Ages 7 14 (under 7s by arrangement)
PRICES1 DAY2 DAYS3 DAY $120
9 3 Day Discount only $120 for all 3 days 9
Must book and pay by Wed 4th July
Spaghetti Circus @ Mullum Show grounds
Main Arm Road
For other classes & details check out our website
www.spaghetticircus.org.au or phone 6684 3038
Parkour (Free Running) Session
Thursday 12th July, 10 am 3pm
Ages 13up (Under 13 by arrangement)
Jumping, vaulting, swinging, climbing and scaling
walls, more buck for your bang! $50 if booked in
advanced. (More if you pay on the day).
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GUY KACHEL IS A SELF-CONFESSED LATE BLOOMER. THIS FRIDAY SEES
HIM LAUNCH HIS STUNNING NEW ALBUM, INNOCENT SCREAMS, HIS
FIRST IN FACT, AT CRABBES CREEK HALL.
Can you tell me about the new album? This album has been in the making for about three
years and is mostly a culmination of songs based on my early life growing up in Tamworth.
It wasnt until I moved to the north coast that I was able to refect on those times and start
writing about it. Theres nothing like removing yourself from something or somewhere to
give you the big picture.
What was it that you set out to achieve? I think the main thing was to make something
that I could be proud of and hope that it was well received.
What song or songs are you proudest of? Witching Hour I think is my favourite song. Its a
kind of a country rock ballad that just keeps building. Also Green Machine is great; it was so
much fun working with Lisa Hunt on this one.
What songs did you struggle with? Its funny because you think you have everything
worked out in the production, but sometimes you can over-produce things. Face The Music
was an example of this. It was always just a vocal acoustic guitar kind of song. In the end I
think we did it justice and maintained the integrity of the song even though we put a lot
into it.
How much does an artist have to let go of their need to control outcomes and just let it
happen? Ill let you know on the next project because I dont think I let go of this one at all.
Co-producing with Geof Wright meant that I was always involved in the decision-making
process.
I think sometimes its a slower process when the artist becomes involved in the production
because its harder to step away and look at the song as a song and not listen to it as intro,
verse, chorus, bridge and solo etc.
How has the music of Guy Kachel evolved and developed since you frst became an
artist? Being a musician or an artist comes with the same tag as everything else. The more
you put in the more you get back.
Sometimes its hard to see the development when you are caught up in the process but
I think Ive come a long way since the early songs I wrote. In the early days I tried to write
songs like the people I really admired. That was so frustrating because I always thought they
werent good enough compared to those artists.
These days I write about life and the truth and it just seems to fow.
How do you work up a song? I would say 70 per cent of the time I start with the lyrics. They
have always come pretty easily to me for as long as I can remember.
These days with my laptop and Logic Pro I just keep recording everything and then piece
together the best lyric, melody and arrangement I can come up with.
Sometimes the whole thing just comes in one hit. I really like the craft of songwriting and
getting things to sound as far away from cliche as I can.
Do you have an intuition for what is going to work, or do you run it by someone? Being
able to record stuf and listen back is a great guide. Sometimes you can work on a song for a
whole day and record it and then come back in the morning and it sounds like shit.
Now and then I will play the incomplete song to anybody that happens to be around. You
can usually get a feel, depending on their reaction.
Is it easy to take feedback? I really like constructive criticism from people I admire and
trust. However feedback from anybody is always welcome. At least they listened to your
music and felt strongly enough to comment.
The thing I try to remember is Im not trying to win a popularity contest; I want to write
music with integrity and everybody has a diferent point of view. Thats what makes music
so great.
Describe your journey as a musician. I was actually a pretty late starter in the music
business even though I grew up in the Country Music Capital of Australia. However once I
got the bug I couldnt stop.
Guitar playing was more on my agenda in the early days and I spent most of them trying to
be Stevie Ray Vaughan. It wasnt until some years down the track I became more interested
in songwriting.
I was really infuenced by some good friends who showed me how powerful a songwritten
story could be. These days I venture back to the electric guitar but now its about the fun
and tone more than anything.
What should we expect for your launch? I have put together a great band for the night.
Actually most of the people that are on the album will be there. These include Geof Wright,
Thierry Fossemalle, Pete Wilkins, Dave Sandford, James Cox, Allan Park and some of the
fnest singers around in Lydia Storey, Rebecca Ireland and Kathryn Jones doing harmonies
for me.
We will be playing all the tracks on the album; as well, Matt Hanley and I are doing some
new songs I have recently written. In support I have The Soulshakers and an old friend of
mine Ted Tilbrook.
The launch is at the Crabbes Creek Hall on Friday. Doors open 7.30.
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2012 Echo Publications Pty Ltd
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12 July DERBY BABY!
MOVIE PREMIERE
13 July THE JOE KINGS
14 July KID MAC & THE
HATED
15 July BUSBY MAROU
19 July KARNIVOOL
20 July CAMERAS
21 July DALLAS FRASCA
27 July GOONS OF DOOM
Wed 4 SCOTT DAVY
Thur 5 RAFFLES 7pm, JON J BRADLEY
Fri 6 KIT BRAY 7pm,
MARSHALL O KELL
Sun 8 MATTY BARKER
Mon 9 KIRSTEN & RYAN
TRIVIA with DANCING TOMMY 7pm
Tue 10 MATT BUGGY
Wed 11 KIT BRAY
A LITTLE PROVINCE
THE FAMILIARS
BLOOD, GUTS & FIRETRUCKS
SATURDAY 7 JULY
A L L Y O U R C O A S T A L E N T E R T A I N M E N T
JULY 3 JULY 10
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CULTURE ......... p23
GIG GUIDE ...... p25
CINEMAS ......... p26
STARS ................ p24
GOOD TASTE ... p27
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TICKETS FOR
MOTHERHOOD!
The crew that brought
you Menopause the
Musical have cracked
another show about
lady milestones,
with Motherhood The
Musical playing at
the Byron Centre on
Sunday 15 July at 8pm!
Motherhood The Musical
is an hilarious musical
journey about the lives
of four mums and we
have a double pass for
a well-deserving Mama.
Email you sexy mother
to gigs@echo.net.au.
YUMMY TIX
We have a double pass
to attend Yummy at
the Byron Brewery
on Friday, featuring
resident DJs Somerville
and Wilson. Email
gigs@echo.net.au with
subject header
Yummy tix.
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E N T E R T A I N M E N T
7
URANIUM BOOM; NUCLEAR DOOM
Are you a local person who opposes uranium mining? Angry that
Australian uranium is fuelling Fukushimas nuclear reactor? And youd
like to see Roxby Downs Olympic Dam uranium mine closed but cant
attend the big Lizards Revenge protest there in mid July? Then this
anti-nuclear fundraising event Uranium Boom; Nuclear Doom at
Mullumbimby RSL on Friday will enable you to feel part of it all. Local
activists are raising money to send Dr Helen Caldicott, international
anti-nuclear activist and paediatrician to Roxby Downs to speak to
mothers there about the dangers of nuclear radiation. A flm crew will
also attend the Lizards Revenge, the anti-uranium protest initiated
by Indigenous Arabana elder Kevin Buzzacott. The evening fundraiser
kicks of at 6pm with a welcome to country then a David Bradbury
anti-uranium flm and a live Skype hookup with anti-nuclear activists
in Fukushima Japan these people who fear for their safety if they
speak out about the Japanese nuclear industry. Mandy Nolan will MC
the evening with plenty of entertainers: Nakula, Belly Dancer Tara,
poet Gina Lakosta, and DJ Sheik Jerbooty. The headliners are Fyah
Walk, Raz Bin Sam and the Lion Iand The Lucky Wonders. The Lucky
Wonders, passionate
anti-nukers from way
back, are just a week
away from heading of
to tour their brand-new
album Lay Down My
Arms around Australia,
and this will be their
last local show until
November. Be part of
the people of Byron
Shires gift to the parents
at Roxby Downs on
Friday at Mullumbimby
RSL.
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BABIES
Before they disperse
to far-fung places for
a winter interlude or
two, sexy pub rockers
Shybaby lay it all on the line in their last Shire gig before spring when
they let loose on Mullums Middle Pub this Friday from 8pm. No
Sarah
Blasko
Star Court Theatre
presents
Sarah Blasko returns
to Australia in August
to perform three
shows only.
Friday
17 August
7.30pm
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The full beard has made a comeback. Living in Mullumbimby its hard
to tell, because basically the beard has never left, even for some of
us girls. But I gather, from checking out the fuzzed chins of inner-city
groovers to musical shakers and movers, that the full man beard is
back with a vengeance. Im not talking the manicured and carefully
contrived yuppie goatee, or the stubble smudge under the lip; I am
talking the Grizzly Adams.
This is the expression of unabandoned masculinity through the
unruly explosion of hair in frizzed tufts on a mans neck and chin. This
is part animal, part man, part leprechaun. This is a face that refuses to
be dominated by a razor. Brothers and sisters, we are on the doorstep
of a furry renaissance. The return of the big beard.
I think it has a rather pleasing efect. Even the weediest bloke starts
to look like a timbergetter. Ive always fancied my heavily bearded
man returning to me at the end of his work day with the sleeves of
his white cotton shirt rolled up, an axe on his shoulder and a giant
log in the front yard.
The big beard makes men look like bushrangers. Its sexy, in a sort
of non-sexy way. Beards look dangerous. They make men look like
frst settlers, or at the very least, men without iPhones. Beards and
iPhones dont mix, unless of course you have the beard app.
Beardy men are living life on their terms. I guess they have to because
no woman will go near them. What, am I supposed to go out with
you like that? Go shave, monkey boy! What I like about the beard is
that its an intentional lady repellant. A recently single male friend
of mine remarked that he was so overwhelmed by interest once he
hit the market, he was forced to grow a giant beard to weed out the
wide-eyed women. Any woman who was prepared to look past the
giant orange fur of his beard was clearly his true love. He is still single.
But his beard is magnifcent.
Ill be honest. Women fnd beards repulsive. No-one wants to kiss
a man with a head like an armpit. Sure its soft, and sometimes, in
those intimate embraces of head and thigh, they can be gloriously
ticklish. But theyre creepy. They catch food. They get damp and
sticky. Theres nothing more heartwrenching than watching a
bearded bloke eat soup. In fact, watching a bearded bloke eat, full
stop, is a bit of a stomach churner.
The beard has this way of reminding you that the mouth, like other
body openings, is merely another unattractive orifce surrounded
by hair. Big beards are for photographs. For bush poets. For outlaws.
For bikies. For Jesus. For homeless men. For Derryn Hinch. For Henry
Lawson. For Mawson. For creepy uncles. For Santa. For Osama.
We fear the beard. The beard is the unknown. It is primal. Its a
reminder that before the wax, before the razors, we were furry little
cave bears caught up in a simple life cycle of eating and rooting and
clubbing. (Some of us still live like this.) There is a name for beard fear
its called pognophobia and basically this quite common phobia
can cause the suferer such distress they may experience: shortness
of breath, rapid breathing, irregular heartbeat, sweating, nausea, and
overall feelings of dread. There is no cure.
We have to change our beard belief systems. I believe the beard is a
positive step forward for men in their journey to reclaiming their lost
manhood. Beard growing for men is like feminism for women their
heads are like our armpits. The hair says you cant tell us how to live.
While I struggle with a beard in the bed, I am willing to overcome my
prejudice and accept men for who they really are: dirty little hairy
bastards.
I hope, in my most militant heart, that the
return of the full facial beard for men heralds
the return of the downstairs lady beard. And
as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, Blessed are
the Bearded for theirs is the seat on the bus.
BLESSED ARE THE BEARDED
See Mandy live at
www.echonetdaily.net.au
Read more of Mandy in her new book,
What I Would Do If I Were You, available
at all good bookshops
COMMUNITY RADIO BAY-FM 99.9
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pr ogr am guide
MONDAY
6am The Morning Mix Kabes
9am The Lighthouse Lounge Andrew
11am Belly BellySisters
12pm All At Sea w/Owl & me Phoebe & Aura
1pm Thats Amore The Italians
2pm Qs Jazz n Blues Quentin Watts
4pm Cruizy Beatz DJ Cruizy
6pm Grailey Whole Celtic Show
Margaret Wyatt
8pm Sounds of Africa DJ Massaganda
10pm Chill Out Zone Manie

TUESDAY
6am Clockwise Chilla
9am Under Construction Sarah Ndiaye
10am Music, Movies, Mission Nathan Kaye
11am Byron Business Phil Daly
12pm Wirritjin Terra Nullis
2pm The Atomic Cafe RadioActive Reeta
4pm Below the Radar The Invisible Man
6pm Post Modern Backlash Hudson
8pm Radio Mundial Steve Snelgrove
10pm Shels Place Shel

WEDNESDAY
6am Catch and Grab DJ Holly Holster
9am 2481 Undone Nicqui Yazdi
11am Fabwah Tommy T-Jet
12pm Suara Indonesia Francesca & Kirana
1pm Pregnancy,Birth & Beyond
Hunna & Lara
2pm The Junkyard Stuey
4pm Olylamas Beanbag Olylama
6pm Bongo Gum Brett Diemar
8pm Gimme Shelter Fiona
10pm All Funked Up Mr Mantiki
THURSDAY
6am Walk With Me Peter Thomas
9am Arts Canvas Karena
11am Bohemian Beat Riddhi
12pm Juke Joint Tony Parker
2pm Audio Chocolate Rich
4pm Future Classics Matt Meir
6pm Crossroads Paul Martin
8pm Cruisin for a Bluesin
The Honeydripper
10pm Booty Call Lainie

FRIDAY
6am That Friday Feeling Nicky
9am Social Savvy Networking
Russell and Maxim
10am The Permaculture Hour Steve Miller
Reflections Alison
11am Mystery Train Sista Mary
1pm Whirled Music Phil Hirst
2pm Grooveyard Teesha & Nilesh
4pm Tribute Tegs
6pm Chopsuey Rachy
8pm Submerged/Down & Out
Si Clone/Slinky
10pm Sonic Rotation POB/Dr Brian

SATURDAY
6am Bay Rock Tark
8am Musical Kaleidoscope Jill
10am Cowboys Sweetheart Carrie D
12pm Blues from the Bay Anthony & Ken
2pm Paris Cat Alley Lou
4pm Full Circle Damien
6pm Random Rhythms Ashgirl
8pm Diggin in the Archives
Undertaker & Joan of Arc
10pm The Hypnagogic State Ice Creme Kid

SUNDAY
8am Alans Alphabet Alan E.
10am Jazz Moods Jean Brown
12pm Omnibus RG Pedicini & Les Schmidt
2pm Radio Latina
Yolanda, Salvador & David
4pm The Bay Lounge aqua
6pm Roots & Culture DJ Selector
8pm Ice Cream Truck Fulton Hobbs
10pm The Space Between Mr Hugs
WINTER PROGRAM
MAY 1, 2012 OCT 31, 2012
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Byron Theatre
Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street Byron Bay
Box Ofce hrs: 10am4pm
Phone 6685 6807
WHATS ON
for t|ckets & more |nfo
www.byroncentre.com.au
Commun|ty Tab|e Cafe & Bar now open an hour before all events
Boy Girl Wall
PRESENTED BY RIPE AND
BYRON THEATRE
Tuesday 3 Ju|y 7.30pm
$25 pre-sale / $28 on the door
K|ds In Space PRESENTED
BY KIDS TALENT SCHOOL
Fr|day 13 Ju|y 7pm
Tickets at the door ONLY
Motherhood The Mus|ca|
PRESENTED BY HIT PRODUCTIONS
Sunday 15 Ju|y 8pm $60 / $50 conc
ALLOCATED SEATING
Arakwa| NAIDOC F||m Fest|va|
MAIN FEATURE - WALKING WITH MY SISTERS
Wednesday 4 Ju|y
6.30pm
$8/$6 conc (on door
ONLY) + Arakwal Website
launch 4pm Free entry
BOWTIE AT SPHINX ROCK CAFE ON SUNDAY
22 July 3, 2012 The Byron Shire Echo www.echo.net.au
gimmicks, causes or hidden clauses just great songs delivered
with energy, attitude and gusto by sultry, sassy vocalist Shiney
Lefai, guitarist Mick Monster Lonsdale, drummer Hell Mel
Greensill and bass man Greg The Rock Buckman. Then on
Saturday night, they roll into the Goonellabah Tavern for the
frst time to show the hill-folk what theyve been missing.
BOWTIE IN THE HILLS
BowTie is a multinational duo made up of Canadian singer/
songwriter/keyboardist Allie Smith and Australian guitarist/
songwriter Steven Winnall. BowTies creative juices started
fowing in early 2010 and the pair recently released their debut
indie/folk EP Sequins. Sequins involves the blending of indie/
folk elements and intimate lyrical content to create the perfect
companion for a rainy, autumn day or beautiful winter
sunshine. Join them and
the crew at the Sphinx
Rock Cafe Sunday.
MADE OF CLAY
Clay Blyth is a young
artist who is making a
name for himself with
his unique blend of lap-
slide guitar, mouth harp
and foot stomp. Clays
soulful and original
lyrics accompany his
music to create a sound
that is honest and true.
Now frmly settled in
the beautiful northern
rivers region after years of touring, Clay
is currently recording his second album,
due for release in late 2012. The Rails on
Thursday.
I AM POTATO
Beginning in the summer of 2007 when
singer/songwriter Jeremy Strother and
producer/drummer George Georgiadis met up to talk about the
possibility of putting a band together. Not just another band to play
in because thats what musicians do, but somewhere they could
combine all the diferent things they love. From vintage recording
gear to old cameras, retro surfboards and iconic guitar sounds, I am
Apollo is their art, made out of what they like. Freshly back from
touring the US, they will be performing with Potato Potato, a newly
formed and unique band from Byron Bay.
Potato Potato is made up of four young musicians aged ffteen and
sixteen; their easy-
to-listen-to music
has been described
as indie folk and
contemporary pop,
which is perfect to
have playing to inspire
that Sunday morning
feeling or just to have
in the background as
you drive from place to place.
Despite their frst performance
after only three weeks of jamming
together, Potato Potato won third
place at the Tweed Battle of the
Bands, which began their musical
journey together.
See I Am Apollo and Potato
Potato Friday at the Beach Hotel.
BYPASS FOR THE
RAILS
Local yokels Bypass front up at
the Rails this Sunday. The band
has been on the scene
since the days of LostYouth
and McCarthy reckons its
time the council heritage
listed them. Here is a local
band for those too old to
remember or too young to
know what pub rock is all
about. The Bypass dudes
put the p back into passion
with their motto, Go Hard
or Go Home. They may be
old, but they can party!
YUMMY
BREWERY
Frou Frou presents Yummy
at the Brewery with resident DJs Somerville and
Wilson, who recently signed to UK label Funk Me
Recordings, supplying the beats. The music will be
as much about the dancefoor as it is to sitting back
and catching up with friends enjoying an award-
winning beer after a hectic week at work. Aural
experience kicks of at 8pm, and goes through till
midnight.
Entry is $12.
SEEING SEAN
Sean Mackenzie began playing the piano at the
age of nine; by 11 he was performing his original
works in competitions and by 15 had started
performing professionally with jazz and rock bands.
Since graduating from Queensland Conservatorium
of Music in 1987 he has travelled widely, composing,
performing and teaching. With inuences from
all corners of the world, Seans music travels from
one hemisphere to another and back again. The
beauty of Sean Mackenzies music is its undulating
melodies, profound harmonies and creative
improvisation. Sean nds inspiration in the music
of Brazil, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the
European Gypsies. He developed a unique
understanding and sound with music, making
him one of the exceptional musicians and
composers of our time. Multi-instrumentalist,
composer and producer Sean Mackenzie is
an eccentric wizard on a worldwide journey
through music. His explorations into less
conventional, indigenous sounds have
seen him specialise in piano, the exquisite
thumb piano (kalimba) of Africa, and the
beautiful Brazilian instruments of berimbau
and pandeiro. Sunday at Harvest Cafe in
Newrybar.
Tix: Pre $15 (+bf ) / Door $18 . www.
kupromotions.com.au. Doors 4pm / Show
4.30pm
GET SMASHED AT THE BEACH
The Vaudeville Smash hit 2012 running
headlining Australia Day eve at the Aussie
Open, gracing the St Kilda Festival main stage and playing a blistering
set to a packed house at the Northcote Social Club.
After gigging relentlessly since their inception two and a half years ago,
TVS took a few months of to record their long-awaited debut album.
Sunday at the Beach Hotel.
GETTING ON THE
GRAVY TRAIN
Graveyard Train are a six-piece
collective from Melbourne,
Australia and what can one say
in retrospect its obvious that
horror and country music go
together like peas and carrots it
just took Graveyard Train to show
us. Utilising old-timey instruments
(banjo, dobro and washboard)
with the unorthodox percussion of
hammer and chain, all underneath
a six-part baritone manchoir
vocal delivery, Graveyard Train
have created a unique sound
and an equally unique way to
deliver it. Exclusively singing
songs and stories about death,
despair, vampires, werewolves,
ghost stories, murder ballads and
anything macabre, Graveyard Train
have drawn on the storytelling
styles of old folk songs and mashed
it with a punk/rockabilly/country
frenetic foot-stomping energy to
create Horror Country. Thursday at
the Byron Brewery.
Tix: Pre $17(+bf ) / Door $20.
Available from venue and www.
kupromotions.com.au. Doors:
7.30pm / Show: 8.30pm.
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Byron Youth Activity Centre (YAC) is managed by Byron Youth Service (BYS)
1 Gilmore Crescent Byron Bay www.bys.org.au
y oung peopl e mat t er
Byron YAC
YACROCKCAFE
Friday 6th Line up: Clone Eliza Dear
The Big Comeuppance - Lunatics on Pogosticks
www.facebook.com/YACROCKCAFE
Fashion Course
Contact Tegan: tegan@bys.org.au
Mental Health First Aid
Monday 2nd and 9th July
Contact Nicqui Yazdi on 0402 013 177
Hardcore Show
Monday 9th July
www.byronbayhardcore.com
YOUNG PEOPLE MATTER FUNDRAISER
Food, silent auction. Lucky door prize, music and theatre
THURSDAY 5TH JULY 5.30PM
$35 PREBOOKED OR $40 AT THE DOOR
RAISING MONEY FOR:
OUTREACH PROGRAMS
We need your help to keep them running!
Hope to see you there!
YOUNG PEOPLE MATTER MONTH
SHYBABY AT THE MIDDLE
PUB ON FRIDAY AND AT THE
GOONELLABAH TAVERN ON
SATURDAY
SEAN MACKENZIE AT HARVEST CAFE IN NEWRYBAR ON SUNDAY
I AM APOLLO AT THE BEACH
HOTEL ON FRIDAY
SOMERVILLE & WILSON AT THE BYRON
BREWERY BUDDHA BAR ON FRIDAY
LUCKY WONDERS
AT MULLUM RSL
FOR THE URANIUM
BOOM: NUCLEAR
DOOM AWARENESS
AND FUNDRAISER AT
THE MULLUMBIMBY
SERVICES CLUB ON
FRIDAY
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GIRLS ON
A ROLL
Come and join your local roller
derby team The Bay Rollers as they present
the north coast flm premiere of Derby Baby! in
the back room of the Northern on Thursday
12 July. Derby Baby! sees Emmy Award-winning
flmmakers Robin Bond and Dave Wruck take
you with them on their international quest to
learn why womens fat-track roller derby is the
fastest growing sport in the world. Narrated
by actress/musician Juliette Lewis (star of
Whip It) Derby, Baby! explores the drama,
the friendships, and the addictive nature of
womens fat-track roller derby, including
never-before-seen bout footage of the international
fat-track roller derby champions. Also screening will
be Derby Wives, a short documentary on the derby wife
phenomenon as shared by the Northside Rollers from
Melbourne, Victoria. Still not sure what roller derby is?
Wondering if you need to be married to be a derby
wife? All of your questions will be answered on Thursday
12 July!
Derby Baby! is a fundraiser for the Bay Rollers ahead of
their next bout at Tweed Heads on Saturday 21 July,
8pm Tickets $10 + BF/ $15 Door More info: http://bayrollers.com.
HEART TO HEART
Jeremiah Abrams is a Jungian therapist and author from the San
Francisco Bay area of northern California, currently based in Bali. A
popular teacher, Jeremiah is considered a leading expert on the human
shadow. His books include the best-selling Meeting the Shadow: The
Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature; The Shadow in America;
and Reclaiming the Inner Child. He will be conducting a three-day
workshop The Love Journey
Removing Barriers to Love
at Temple Byron on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. He will
be giving a free pre-workshop
talk on Thursday for those
who want a taste of his wisdom at Kulcha
Jam Studio, 1 Acacia Street Byron Bay.
7.30pm.
For more information beccadakini@gmail.
com.
NAIDOC ARAKWAL
NATIVE TITLE
DOCUMENTARY
SCREENING AND WEB
LAUNCH
Walking with My Sisters story of this place.
In celebration of the20th anniversary
of MABO and NAIDOC week 2012 the
Arakwal people of Byron Bay are
pleased to invite you to an historic
retrospective screening of Walking
with My Sisters flmed between 1994
and 1998,an intimate human drama,
which follows their ownprocess of
native title, through the story of their
elders, the traditional Arakwal custodians
of the Byron Bay area and their battle
to prove their connection to the land
where they grew up. Director Bronwyn Kidd met
the sisters in December 1994; shy at frst, they
were now starting to talk about their history in
the coastal community of Byron Bay, north coast
NSW. In May the following year they made a bold
step for them. They lodged their native title claim
in order to fnally have some real say over their
traditional country. Screening alongside Walking
With my Sisters will be an excerpt from the sequel
Back To Country screening publicly for the frst
time and also directed by Bronwyn Kidd and
currently in production. Back to Country reveals the
contemporary reality of the lives of the Arakwal
people, native title claimants from Byron Bay. Prior
to the screening the Arakwal people will launch
their brand-new website sharing information about current
projects, culture and caring for country. Wednesday at
Byron Community Centre.
Byron Bay Community Centre, Wednesday 4 July 2012. 4pm:
Arakwal Website Launch. 6.30pm: Walking With My
Sisters (PG) followed by Back To Country excerpt.
Tickets @ door only: $8 / $6 conc
CALLING ALL DANCERS!
Fresh from working on two street-dance projects for the 2012 London
Olympics acclaimed director/choreographer Shaun Parker is giving
an exclusive dance and movement workshop at NORPA during the
school holidays for aspiring and experienced dancers (13 years and up)
in the region. Shaun Parker will reveal how he creates arresting dance
theatre through the use of theatrical tasks and improvisation and by
drawing on the talents and skills of the individual.
The workshop is open to dancers of all styles across a range of
experience.
NORPA Studio at Lismore City Hall, Saturday 14 July, 11am. $15. 13
years+. Numbers are strictly limited. Bookings at NORPA box of ce 1300
066 772 (MonFri 9am2pm) or online at www.norpa.org.au.
CURLY LOVIN FOR KIDS
Warm your hearts and bodies with Coco, Sunshine and Miss B Love in
the Curly Cousins school holiday show: The Things We Love. Friday
at the Drill Hall, Mullumbimby, Saturday at Burleigh Heads State
Primary School. Two shows per day: 10.30am and 2pm. More info at
www.curlycousins.com.au or phone 6680 3411.
THE ART OF MOTHER AND SON
Christine Levy and her son Zion Levy-Stewart share more than a
familial bond: the two of them are both passionate and accomplished
artists. Christine creates exotic ceramic goddess garden sculptures and
colourfully decorated tropical pots. She is one of the few people in
Australia building udus (African sound pots) and a selection of them
will be on show at the exhibition. Her son Zion paints portraits of local
characters and the natural world refecting his unique perspective. He
has been exhibiting and winning awards for his delightful drawings,
paintings and ceramics over a decade and is in the collections of art
afcionados throughout Australia, the USA and the UK. Show opens
on Friday at Red Studios on the Byron Arts and Industry Estate (16
Tasman Way) from 6pm, with works on show Saturday 10am4pm.
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Presented in
association with
Australias greatest string quartet
ISCM World Music Days
Byron Music Society presents
Goldner String Quartet
Saturday 21st July, 2pm
A & I Hall, Bangalow
Tickets available from Barebones Art Gallery, Mary Ryans
Books Byron, Mullumbimby Bookshop, or at the door.
Tickets: $40 adult, $35 member, $10 child
www.byronmusicsociety.com
You may not be aware but the Byron Bay Liquor Accord (BBLA)
is made up of 40 or so owners, operators and managers from
local licensed venues in Byron Bay. BBLA meets every 8 weeks
to identify and discuss alcohol related issues within our local
area and the challenges faced by the tourism, entertainment
and liquor industries. The group meetings are attended by
local Police, the Ofce of Liquor and Gaming, local council and
transport providers with the aim of a proactive focus on harm
minimisation, safety and crime prevention.
Some of the issues the BBLA have recognised are:
Driving under the inuence
Alcohol related crime eg assaults
Secondary supply to minors
Lack of personal responsibility
Irresponsible consumption of alcohol
BBLA has devised a range of strategies for addressing these
community issues. Over the coming months, venues are
working together to implement these strategies through
education, staff training and uniform rules across venues.
Community safety for patrons and safety for the many
hospitality employees within Byron Bay is the main aim of The
Accord.
To see what else we are up to like us on facebook:
facebook.com/ByronBayLiquorAccord or email us:
bblacaresforourcommunity@gmail.com
Website coming soon! www.byronbayliquoraccord.org
LOCAL IDEAS. REAL SOLUTIONS.
GREG SULLIVAN MCS
THE COURTHOUSE
OPEN MIC ON
THURSDAY
BAY ROLLERS PRESENT
DERBY BABY! FILM
PREMIERE AT HOTEL
GREAT NORTHERN
THURSDAY 12 JULY
AKMAL AT THE
SIDE SPLITTING
COMEDY AT THE
CURRUMBIN RSL
ON SATURDAY
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AKMAL AT CURRUMBIN RSL
Known for his incredible ability to deal with hot topics in an
hilarious and slightly ofensive way, Akmal promises to deliver
a show that is punctual and jam-packed with words some of
which he will be using for the frst time. One of Australias most
respected and accomplished comics, Akmal draws on his Arabic
heritage, his experiences migrating to Australia at the age of
11, and his disillusionment with religion and the modern world
to deliver a standup show that is fresh, honest and ridiculously
funny. As a standup hes performed at festivals all around the
world including Edinburgh, and has won numerous awards,
including an ARIA for his DVD Live and Uncensored.
Saturday at the Currumbin RSL with Ellen Briggs and Mandy
Nolan. Show starts 7.30pm. Tix at the club.
FROM LA TO MULLUM
When US comedian Rich Hall was in Australia he made a point of
letting comedian Greg Sullivan know that he was the best Ive
seen on this trip out. Even Denton sufers Sully envy, declaring
very funny, I wish Id thought of that myself. Greg Sullivan hails
from the fat lands of Dalby, desperate for the thrill of a hill, he
left home and sought fame and fortune in the big city. And
he found it. For the past 14 years he has worked as a writer for
Brisbanes Triple M Breakfast show, choosing the top-rating
breakfast show The Cage over seven
years. Sully has performed at Melbourne
International and the Sydney comedy festivals,
was invited to perform at the world-famous
Improv Comedy Club in LA, and now hes moved
to Main Arm, so expect to see a lot more of the
big guy. Warm, furry, funny and friendly, a night
with Greg Sullivan is a treat. He hosts what
is now becoming a cult comedy night at the
Courthouse on Thursday. Free show, starts at
8pm.
COMEDY THAT BERNS
Peter Berner started his career as a standup
comic in 1988. Since this time he has performed
locally and internationally, as well as writing and
performing solo comedy shows in festivals in Australia and the UK. His
intelligent humour has always set him apart as one performer who can
comfortably straddle comedy styles as disparate as satire, observational
comedy and reactive comedy with ease, leaving audiences in hysterics.
His comedy has also proven to translate into the electronic media, with
Peter constantly employed on both TV and radio since 2001. Peters
major TV hosting roles have been BackBerner and Einstein Factor, both
on ABC TV (all up he has presented more than 300 hours of national
television program content!), and hes been a valued, successful and
integral member of Triple Ms talent base nationally since 2000.
Peter Berner plays the Byron Services Club on Monday 16 July with
MC Mandy Nolan and support act Greg Sullivan and he appears with
just Mandy Nolan on Tuesday 17 July at the Tatts Hotel in Lismore. All
tix are $25 and are available at the venues. Bookings for Byron show:
6684 3443. Bookings for Lismore show: 6621 4729
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WITH LILITH
Blame it on the
bombardment of highly
charged particles
if you like, but this
weeks positively
pulsating with creative
inspiration, confronting
personal breakthroughs
and heart-opening
realisations
S
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s
EARIES: Its time to let recent events settle like sediment
in a glass of water. How? Youve got to stop stirring
so things can clarify. Good news: your boss planet
Marss move to Libra makes you easier to please, your
relationships fairer and life in general more pleasant.
FTAURUS: The present Venus/Jupiter combination
makes this an ace week for marketing your skills and
capabilities in an enjoyably combined work/play,
business/pleasure way. Watch for valuable connections
and educational opportunities, but dont indulge
in hasty paper-signing or reckless, what-the-heck
decisions.
GGEMINI: This weeks astral emphasis is on family,
and with loved ones being who they are (ie possibly
not inclined to see things your way), facts and logic
mightnt be efective, so try rapport and empathy.
Along with turning inward for answers, rather than
outward for more information.
HCANCER: Recent realisations been blasting your
comfort zone apart? Midweek full moon picks you
up, dusts you of and starts rearranging the pieces
in a new frequency tuned to the times. A specifc,
though not necessarily comfortable or immediately
comprehensible, morphic process is under way. Trust it.
ILEO: Some believe in reincarnation. Leo Mae West
decided you only live once, but if you do it right, once
is enough. Try as you might, doing it right hasnt been
easy lately, but despite responsibilities, obligations,
debts and deadlines this week reboots your majestys
sunny enthusiasm.
JVIRGO: According to Virgo political commentator Chris
Hedges, in our world doctors destroy health, courts
destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, the
press destroys information, religion destroys morals
and banks destroy our economy. Service is your soul
work, and this weeks is ofering yours to balance this
grim scenario
KLIBRA: No surprise after Venuss recent media blitz
that July signals all systems go for you Venusians in
your public profle and social interactions. This week
Mars joining Saturn in Libra energises your focus and
motivation, so trust your own judgment if big decisions
need to be made.
LSCORPIO: If you feel like retreating this week, dont
cut of keep your heart and communication channels
open. Forget issuing ultimatums or trying to apply
leverage. Its an emotional time, but unravelling plans
are still salvageable if you refuse to engage with
rumour, gossip, drama and intrigue.
M SAGITTARIUS: This week its worth considering
Sagittarian Rainer Maria Rilkes famous advice to a
young poet. RMR recommends treating unsolved
questions with patience regarding them as locked
rooms or books in another language, whose answers
youll understand when youre ready and able to live
with them.
NCAPRICORN: Prepared schedules go haywire this week
and while you wont like taking maybe for an answer,
you may have to. When annual Capricorn full moon
brings domestic issues to a head, sharing your concerns
with those closest and/or phoning a friend for feedback
beats slogging away solo.
OAQUARIUS: If others are moody this week, dont
underestimate the value of little gifts and afectionate
attention. Venus, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn, all in air
signs, are presently presenting new ideas and changing
friendship perspectives, with late-week Aquarius moon
igniting freworks of the delightfully surprising kind
P PISCES: Evaluate this weeks challenging changes
on Planet Trouble objectively. If midweek full moon
shines an unfattering light on certain intimate or social
relationships, its time for a reality check, Pisceans. Mars
in your house of shared resources makes you more
dependent on others than you thought.
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Mungos Crossword
Quick Clues
ACROSS
1. Heavy winter coat (5)
4. Cancer stick, cofn nail (9)
9. Group of musicians, usually
classical (9)
10. First name of actors Ustinov and
OToole (5)
11. At all events, in any case (6)
12. Second hand vehicles (4,4)
14. Antirrhinum (10)
16. Glance, look surreptitiously (4)
19. Wise man (4)
20. Supplies of writing materials (10)
22. Five-pointed magical diagram (8)
23. Antelope renowned for its speed
(6)
26. Populous country to our north (5)
27. Small pastry case with lling,
served as a canape (3-2-4)
28. Manikin made by farmers to
protect crops (9)
29. Compound formed by the
reaction of an acid with alcohol (5)
DOWN
1. Slippage of an organ, often the
uterus (9)
2. Boxer Marciano or Balboa (5)
3. Organs found in the pharynx, often
removed during childhood (8)
4. Felines (4)
5. The ordinary people, or
organisations close to them (10)
6. Whitewater passages in rivers (6)
7. Intimate conversation between
two people (4-1-4)
8. Merits, works for reward (5)
13. Building support beam projecting
horizontally (10)
15. Country, capital Buenos Aires (9)
17. Company ofcer in charge of
wages and salaries (9)
18. Sleepy character in Alice in
Wonderland (8)
21. Royal residence (6)
22. Chooses, selects (5)
24. Representative, middleman (5)
25. Defect, error (4)
Cryptic Clues
ACROSS
1. Warm clothing for average life
force (5)
4. Hybrid egret-cat, one serious hazard
to health! (9)
9. Crash tore apart band ... (9)
10. ... till nobleman keeps time (5)
11. The company Howard keeps at all
events (6)
12. Americans raced recklessly south in
old vehicles (4,4)
14. Photograph bore? Make a
bloomer! (10)
16. Look both ways (4)
9. Little period, but a wise one (4)
20. Attorney is badly off for pens and
paper (10)
22. Magic gure from Nepal, etc (8)
23. Devil in the manner of an antelope
(6)
26. Feature a growing power (5)
27. Pastry produced from oven vault
(3-2-4)
28. Vehicle held in escrow, illegally; its
supposed to intimidate! (9)
29. Trees destroyed to make chemical
compound (5)
DOWN
1. In favour of failures and slippages
(9)
2. Does this ghter like loud music? (5)
3. Body parts frequently removed, as
one did (8)
4. Perverse acts with whips (4)
5. Informant encourages the ordinary
people! (10)
6. Put the base instinct in modern
dances theyre fast and wild! (6)
7. Dine between Vietnamese new year
and summer in Paris for an intimate
conversation (4-1-4)
8. Every service son makes money (5)
13. Ingenious: embrace opposition,
projecting support (10)
15. Country for rent again broke! (9)
17. Smart PAYE system for the man
with the money (9)
18. Example of proverbially sleepy
creature makes us do more (8)
21. Top residence for a friend top! (6)
22. Selects tools (5)
24. A bloke who acts for another (5)
26. Defect in powerful rule (4)
Last weeks solution
Mungos Crossword rst published
in The Week.
Until last Sunday it seemed that
Andrew Brown had found a
method of playing perfect chess.
Not only had the Canberra
International Master cut a swathe
through a series of top Australians
to win the NSW Open, after four
rounds of the recent Gold Coast
Open he was outright leader of a
super-charged field.
And even after being outplayed
he was finding a way through.
The diagrammed position sees Brown with the
Black pieces against GermansixthseedArkadius
Kalka. Brown has no threats and after 32.Qd7 he
would have struggled to draw, but instead Kalka
played 32.d6?? and after 32...Qg3+!! White
had no choice but to resign since 33.Bxg3 fxg3+
34.Kh1 g2+! 35.Kxg2 Nf4+wins the queen.
So, incredibly, Brown had
maintained his perfect score, and
was due to play IM George Xie
in the next round. In this game
Brown fell into an opening trap
and still managed to win.
Gold Coast Open
White: G Xie
Black: A Brown
Opening: Siclian Defence
1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Nd4 4.Bc4 e6
5.Nge2 Nf6 6.0-0 d5? 6...a6 7.a4 d5 is the
correct move order. 7.exd5 exd5 8.Nxd5!!
Nf3+!? Desperation, since 8...Nxd5 9.Nxd4
cxd4 10.Qh5! Be6 11.Re1 Nf4 12.Bb5+ wins
for White. 9.gxf3 9.Kh1 is also strong. 9...
Nxd5 10.d4 Nb6 11.Bb5+ Bd7 12.Qd3 Rc8
13.Re1 Be7 14.dxc5 Rxc5 15.Bxd7+ Nxd7
16.Be3Rc617.Rad1Rd618.Qf5! 0-019.Bf4
Xie has built up a dominant position and some
were expecting Brown to simply resign. Instead
he finds a way to stir up trouble. 19...Ne5!
20.Rxd6 Nxf3+ 21.Kf1! Bxd6 22.Rd1! g6
Now after 23.Qh3 Black really would have to
resign, but Browns lucky star was still shining...
23.Qg4?? Bxf4!! 24.Rxd8 Nxh2+ 25.Kg2
Nxg4 26.Rd4? g5! and with his unexpected
extra piece, Brown went on to win the game.
Of course his incredible
10.5/11 run against Australias
best had to come to an end.
Against Australias top player
GM Zhao Zong Yuan no miracle
save appeared. A further loss, to
IM Moulthun Ly, pushed Brown
back to sixth place, while Zhao
took the $1,500 winners cheque.
CHESS by Ian Rogers
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
a b c d e f g h
White to move
Play at Byron Services Club, Mon 7pm
A THANK YOU FROM MURRAY BURNS
A few months ago a bunch of musicians got together to put on a
show to raise money for Murray Burns, a fellow musician (of MiSex)
who had suf ered a stroke recently. Murray is a much-loved local
identity and his local community have been sure to let him know
that they care. It hasnt escaped the attention of the man who is
af ectionately known as Muzz:
I was lyi ng i n a hospi t al bed i n M elbour ne last mont h,
k nowi ng a magi cal event was happeni ng i n my honour
her e i n Byr on Bay. It made me r ealise what a
special communi t y we nur t ur e and love.
T hank you so much t o t he wonder f ul or ganiser s,
per f or mer s and t hose who came f or t he event .
See you all on t he beaches or st r eet s somet ime soon.
M ur r ay Bur ns
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Brave
The imprimatur of Disney
is the kiss of death for any
serious flmgoer who associates
cinematic worthiness only
with dysfunction, dystopia,
disadvantage or whatever
misery is favour of the
month. Mores the pity, for
this is a wonderful movie.
Remembering, too, that it is
an entertainment designed for
impressionable young minds,
the story is fast moving and
sensibly plotted, the morality
inspiring and free of stifing
cynicism, the characterisations
consistent and the animation
out of this world (quite literally,
for 3D is spectacularly efective
when applied to cartoons). Set
in the Scottish highlands of the
tribal, kilted, caber-throwing
past, Merida, as daughter of
the dominant Chief Fergus,
is at an age where her father,
and mother, Elinor, have
arranged for suitors from other
clans to vie for her hand. But
Merida, a headstrong lassie,
has diferent ideas. Rebelling
against the ways of yesteryear,
she strikes a blow for girl power
by demanding that she alone
will determine her fate. After
feeing the castle and accepting
the cryptic advice of a witch,
Merida inadvertently turns
her mum into a bear and then
must fnd a way to reverse the
spell so that Elinor might be
restored to her normal self. I
loved Merida from the minute
she opened her mouth and I
heard Kelly Macdonald speaking
the part although, with her
shock of curly red hair, I was
from time to time disconcerted
by her resemblance to the
less-than-appealing Rebekah
Brooks. As Fergus, Billy Connolly
lays on his usual shtick with
relish, and Emma Thompson,
reprising her Nanny McPhee
persona, conjures equal parts
warmth and maternal angst as
Elinor. Most encouraging is the
absence of a prince who will
save the day and win stout little
Meridas heart she dont need
no man! And something else,
too, something intangible but
which is all engulfng when it is
present. At the well-attended
session that I was part of, the
audience (myself included) was
entirely inside the story and on
tenterhooks as its dramatic and
emotional climax loomed. ~
John Campbell
Le Chef
Brevity is the soul of wit. Its
also a lifesaver when a flm
consistently misses the funny
bone, as this one does. At
the end of its inofensive but
entirely predictable 84 minutes,
you are at least able to regard
it fondly for not running two
hours (so many movies are
needlessly long these days).
Tying in a little too calculatedly
with the current obsession with
food and cooking (having never
seen Master Chef orMy Kitchen
Rules, I am blissfully unaware
of the genres appeal), the
story concerns an old-school
chef, Alexandre Lagarde (Jean
Reno), who is being challenged
by the ugly reality of the
voguish molecular cuisine.
The son of the owner of the
legendary restaurant where
Lagarde has been ensconced
for yonks, a Young Turk on the
managerial scene, sees him as
a relic and wants him gone.
Contractually, if Lagarde loses
one of his prestigious stars he
can be shafted, a factor that
causes him mounting anxiety
as he struggles to create his
new spring menu. His saviour
arrives in the form of Jacky
Bonnot (Michal Youne), an
intensely irritating wannabe
who has been sacked at all
of his previous cooking gigs.
Jackys long-sufering wife is
pregnant, Alexandres love life
is in the doldrums, but theres
a very attractive lady who runs
a nosherie in Nevers you
can see in advance the steps
laid out as in a recipe for toast
and jam. Reno, a wonderful
actor blessed with a wry comic
sense, coasts through his
part, while Youne, with whom
I was not familiar, displays
a rare talent for getting up
ones nose. Their best moment
comes when, disguised as
Japanese tourists and dressed
in Mikado drag Youne does
an excellent geisha turn they
arrive to sample the molecular
dishes of their cutting-edge
opponent. For foodies, this
is undoubtedly a fascinating
insight into the bizarre direction
in which gastronomy might be
headed. For indiferent eaters,
an omelette, a glass of wine
and a session with Elizabeth
David would suf ce. ~ John
Campbell
The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
What a joy A disparate group
of discouraged, jaded codgers
in grey, stodgy England arrive
at the awful truth that they
have irrevocably entered their
autumnal years. But need those
years necessarily be declining?
In India, an exuberant if not
terribly businesslike young
entrepreneur, Sonny (Dev
Patel), has hit upon the idea
of converting a crumbling
Rajasthani palace into a
retirement home for cashed-up
foreigners there are many
countries, he explains with
brutal innocence, that dont
like old people. Director John
Madden spares us the sweat
and grime of Calcutta and the
grim clutter of the twenty-frst
century Indian metropolis,
but he also sensibly averts
the yellow brick road of cute
and quirky though Madden
wants to warm the heart, this
is no sanitised, patronising
travelogue. Unprepared they
may be, but the characters
involved will be changed
in some way by their new
surrounds all of life is here,
Graham (Tom Wilkinson), a
lawyer who grew up in India,
tells the xenophobic Jean
(Penelope Wilton). Graham,
gay and guilt ridden, is seeking
out a lost lover; Evelyn (Judi
Dench) is trying to fnd her
feet following the death of
her husband of four decades;
randy Norman (Ronald Pickup)
is after a bit of boudoir action;
Muriel (Maggie Smith) has
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hip replacement; Madge (Celia
Imre) is the gold-digger, while
Douglas (Bill Nighy) hopes for
something better than the
unsatisfactory options left to
him and wife Muriel at the
end of his civil service career.
Along with a fawless cast, the
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particularly beautiful scene has
Sonny talking with his girlfriend
on the wall of an ancient
well as boys dive into its cool
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but the message is positive, the
view evolutionary the past
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longing, Evelyn observes. It is
not so common to fnd your
expectations of a movie met in
every way mine were with this.
~ John Campbell
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Open Tuesday-Sundays
5.00pm till 9ish
26 Mullumbimbi St
Brunswick Heads
6685 0222
Byron Fresh Cafe is conveniently located at the beach
end of Jonson St and ofers a fantastic range of meals
using many locally sourced ingredients. Come in and
watch the world go by as you enjoy our fne food and
our superb Campos cofee.
Byron Fresh Cafe
Open Breakfast, Lunch &
Dinner 7 days from 7.30am
7 Jonson St (beach end)
Byron Bay
6685 7810

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Those who love cooking, or even just cook
regularly, have their repertoire of tried-and-true
favourites, those dishes wheeled out when the
desire to experiment or try something new
has been superseded by the need for reliability
and the sweet ease of familiarity. In the grim
middle months of the year it is minestrone for
me. A meal in a soup especially my particular
version, an accidental adaptation of Marcella
Hazans.
The frst time I made it out of her wonderful
book Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking, I
misread the quantity of cannellini beans so
instead of adding toward the end a 400-gram
tin of them I toppled in the same weight in
dried beans, which I had soaked overnight then
simmered to done-ness. (How I could I have
got this instruction so spectacularly wrong
completely escapes me.) The funny thing is that
despite my minestrone now bearing about four
times the volume of beans, it was undeniably
superb so much so that this version became
my blueprint.
At the time in Sydney it was not possible to
source the cavolo nero kale that I had
remembered from minestrones I had eaten in
Italy; Marcella herself proposes Savoy cabbage
but I blithely exchanged this for silverbeet. This
was a robust soup to which I quickly became
addicted on cold winter evenings, often eating
it night after night after night, accompanied
only by some warmed bread. A quite perfect
meal, composed as it is of such a variety of
vegetables.
And yet the secret to its beauty lies not in my
extra beans nor in my silverbeet substitution
but in the layering which is called for in the
recipe. Marcella is quite clear in the amount
of time she allots to each added vegetable
so that every one you add is allowed several
minutes to imbue the previous ones with its
own particular
character, right
through to the
end.
Minestrone means big soup in Italian and it is
a classic example of cucina povera, or peasant
cuisine. There is no set recipe; in my Ricette
Regionali Italiani (hefty tome of regional Italian
recipes) there are ten distinct types listed.
Here, however, is my Hazan adaptation,
sufcient to feed at least eight people, or a
single person every night for a week.
MINESTRONE
In your biggest pot heat olive oil and soften
three thinly sliced onions to a pale gold. Add
four diced carrots and cook for several minutes,
stirring periodically. Add two sticks diced celery,
cooking and stirring for several minutes. Ditto
two medium potatoes, diced. Next always
separated by several minutes drop in a large
handful of topped-and-tailed green beans, also
diced. Several minutes later add 450 grams
diced zucchini. Then a bunch of silverbeet
leaves coarsely shredded. Now let all these
vegetables cosy along together for about six
more minutes. Next comes 1 litres of stock
beef, chicken or vegetable, depending on
your inclination one 400 gram tin of peeled
tomatoes with their juice, and the rind, if you
happen to have one lurking, of a piece of (real)
parmigiano-reggiano. (Another secret, I reckon.)
Stir well, cover pan, bring to the boil then lower
heat to a steady but gentle simmer for 2
hours. After that topple in your 400 grams of
soaked, cooked, drained cannellini beans (or
just a tin if you prefer it less beany!), stir well,
season and simmer for another half hour. Check
for seasoning and serve with crusty bread.
Like curries and casseroles it is even better the
next day, and the next, and the next
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The Bangalow Dining Rooms at the Bangalow Hotel
produces great food using predominantly local
produce. The beautiful restaurant space on the high
verandah and intimate dining room hosts a modern
menu. Enjoy our bistro menu in the pub all day. With
reasonable prices, generous portions and a kids menu,
our delicious menu will appeal to all.
www.bangalowdining.com
Bangalow Dining
Rooms
Bangalow Hotel
Open 7 days
Lunch: 12 3pm
Dinner 5.30 9pm
All day bistro menu
6687 1144
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Dine in or Takeaway
Restaurant wine bar
Tapas cocktails
Daily specials
Tapas Happy Hour from
5.30 Friday afternoons
Dominics
Ristorant
Open for dinner
Wednesday to Saturday
from 5pm
Fingal St, Brunswick Heads
6685 1688
Slice Pizzeria is Byrons only authentic stone oven pizza.
Made with top shelf ingredients and ready to be eaten by
the slice or whole. Real handcrafted dough, opened in front
of your eyes with our bare, trained hands. Italian grown
tomatoes and four. Butcher quality meats. Real, fresh, local
produce. Fresh, pure mozzarella (no blends, no substitutes).
A simple and unique slow rise process, minimising the use of
yeast, therefore giving you a lighter and healthier feeling.
Enjoy! You just ate something good.
Slice Pizzeria
Open 7 days 12.00 till late
4 Jonson St, Byron Bay
(beach end)
Now delivering daily
5-10pm
6680 9357
slicepizzeria.com.au
Take your taste buds on a
culinary tour of Thailand!
Experienced Thai chefs
cooking fresh, authentic
Thai cuisine with love!
Popular with locals and
tourists alike.
Dine -in and take-away.
Fully licenced bar.
Thai@Byron
Open for dinner 7 days.
Feros Arcade, Jonson St,
Byron Bay
6685 6737
The only exclusively Vietnamese restaurant in town,
this intimate space spilling out into a courtyard ofers
up fabulous dishes packed full of herbs, spices and
varied textures. The traditionally light and healthy style
of cuisine ensures the freshness and natural tastes of
food are preserved as much as possible. Its a popular
spot so bookings are recommended.
Lemongrass
Open 7 nights
5.30pm-9pm
Shop 3/17 Lawson Arcade
Phone orders welcome
6680 8443
SHARED DINING
3-course set menu shared between 2 diners: $45
NEWCOCKTAIL LIST- FUNKYORIGINALS- ALLTIMECLASSICS
WhyNot!
Breakfast & Lunch
7 days from 6am
Cocktails & Dinner
Wednesday to Sunday
18 Jonson St, Byron Bay
6680 7994
whynotbyronbay.com.au
With a focus on fresh local produce, the Restaurant at
The Byron at Byron showcases fne food with passion.
Dine in style overlooking a spectacular rainforest
background and select from the seasonal menu which
includes an enticing degustation dinner. Happy Hour:
Join us from 4.30-6.00pm Sunday Thursday for a
relaxing drink on the deck with $10 cocktails, $6 wines
and $5 beers.
The Restaurant
at The Byron at Byron
Breakfast, lunch and
dinner 7 days
77-97 Broken Head Road
Byron Bay
6639 2111
VICTORIA COSFORD
FREE MEAL
Buy one main meal at the Brewery
and get one main meal FREE of the
same or lesser value!
Conditions apply. Bring this voucher
and spend over $10 over the bar and a free meal deal is
yours. Ofer expires 30 June, 2012
www.byronbaybrewery.com.au
Byron Bay
Brewery & Resto
7 Days, Lunch & Dinner
Noon till late
Bookings for groups
essential
1 Skinners Shoot Rd, Byron
6685 5833
Fr ee
Meal
Beachside
breakfast, lunch
and dinner
right in the
heart of town
overlooking
Main Beach,
Byron Bay.
Beach Kitchen
Open 8am till late
At the Beach Hotel,
Bay St, Byron Bay
6685 6402
www.beachhotel.com.au
GOODFOOD
GUIDE 2012
Now open for dinner each Friday night. Showcasing
the talents of head chef Juan Hernandez and featuring
local and exotic produce.
View the current menu and read other news at our
new website at www.utopiacafe.com.au.
Three course dinner at $55
Two course dinner at $45
Fully licensed. Book now on 02 6687 2088
Utopia Bangalow
Open Breakfast & Lunch
8am - 4.30pm
Afternoon cake
Open Dinner
Each Friday from 6.30pm
bangalow
GOODTASTE
The Orion Curry House has had top reviews by
international travel magazines as the great curry house
by the sea. The annual winner/fnalist of the Indian Award
of Excellence, the Orion is also producing the best cofee
by Segafredo, continental all day breakfast, lunch, curry
house dinner, and the mystical ambience to match. Come
and enjoy our winter special 10% discount.
RSVP for private functions in upstairs lounge
is recommended.
Byron Orion
Curry House
All day cont. breakfast
7am-3pm, Curry House
dinner 5.30pm-11pm
Winter special:
10% disc. Sun-Thurs
5/2 Jonson St, Byron Bay
6685 6828
Zentvelds local cofee oferings
cofee. brunch. pizza. pides. salads. cakes
Delicious house made treats and pizza (inc GF).
Specialising in local produce and fabulous cofee!
ESPRESSOBAR MonSat and market Sunday8am
PIZZA lunch 11.30am2.30pm evenings 5.30pm til late.
www.bangalowbar.com
bangalow
espressobar &
pizzabar
cnr station & deacon
streets bangalow
6687 1271
DINE IN. T/WAY. BYO
Catch the little car ferry across the Richmond River to
us! Vegetarian, gluten/lactose free as well.
Piano bar Saturday night.
Devonshire teas and gourmet burgers Sat and
Sundays. Sit around the fre and listen to the music.
On the beach by the river. Bring your rod, your
swimmers and your sunblock. Kids' playground.
Dogs welcome.
Ballina Beach
Village
Open daily for
breakfast & lunch
Dinner Friday & Saturday
440 South Ballina Beach
Road, South Ballina.
6686 3347
Cafe by day, restaurant by night
Byron's only authentic European tapas and wine bar.
Real food for real people, every day.
4 course tasting menu $55 + matching wine $75
BOOKINGS 6680 7388
One One One
1/111JonsonSt (oppcinema)
Every day 6.30am cofee /
7.30am b'fast & lunch
Dinner 5.30pm-late Tues-Sat
66807 388
cafeoneoneone@yahoo.com.au
TUESDAY NIGHT is a slow-cooked braise dinner $28
for one course. $35 for two courses. $39 for 3 courses.
(includes a glass of wine) SUNDAYS we have live music
and $10 cocktails from 3pm-5:30pm.
St Elmo is a place where you can enjoy great company,
frst-class food, sophisticated cocktails and an extensive
wine list. St Elmo is plating up modern Spanish cuisine
to be enjoyed amongst friends and family. Our menus
change regularly and feature daily specials.
st elmo dining
room & bar
Mon-Thurs: 4pm til late
Fri-Sun: 12pm till late
Cnr Fletcher St and
Lawson Lane, Byron Bay
6680 7426
www.stelmodining.com

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Luscious Foods aim to provide the freshest, frst class
quality handmade food for your event. Whether your
function is a cocktail party, wedding, conference, picnic
or intimate, Luscious is here to help create delicious
menus to suit your tastes and budget.
Luscious Foods
1/6 Tasman Way, Byron
Arts & Industry Estate
6680 8228
www.lusciousfoods.com.au
info@lusciousfoods.com.au
all day breakfast from 7 to 4
daily changing dinner 5 to 10
bar until midnight... if you want
fresh pasta every lunch
great wines at bottle shop prices
boutique beers - cool cocktails
brunch - dinner - snacks
restaurant guerillas
Belongil Bistro
Open daily except Tues
Brunch 7-4
Dinner 5-10
33-35 Childe St, Belongil
6680 9007
eat@belongilbistro.com.au
Hogs Breath Cafes menu just got better with some
mouth-watering new steaks, salad, pasta and an
abundance of delicious dessert selections. As usual,
the diverse menu also ofers chicken, seafood, snacks,
burgers, ribs, kids meals, a range of Lite Options, plus
their famous Prime Rib Steak slow cooked for up to
18 hours for maximum favour and tenderness. Kids eat
free Mon Wed nights and you can grab lunch for just
$9.90, so theres something to please the whole family.
Hogs Breath Cafe
Open 7 Days,
11.30am-2.30pm
Dinner from 5pm
9/4 Jonson St,Byron Bay
6685 5320
www.hogsbreath.com.au
A sophisticated blend of favours and textures with an
ever changing menu. For breakfast, lunch or dinner
and tapas all day, matched by an exciting wine list and
arguably the best cocktails in town.
Your taste buds will be tantalised and so will your eyes
as you look over the streets of Byron and enjoy the
eclectic vibe of The Balcony Bar & Restaurant.
www.balcony.com.au
The Balcony
Breakfast, lunch & sunset
balcony dining
Cnr Jonson St &
Lawson St, Byron Bay
6680 9666
www.balcony.com.au
Local produce, global favour
Stunning views overlooking Byron Bay
www.fgtreerestaurant.com.au
Best BYO Restaurant 2011
Fig Tree
Restaurant
LUNCH: Sat-Sun
DINNER: Thurs, Fri, Sat
4 Sunrise Lane,
Ewingsdale
02 66 847 273
EarthnSea Pizza and Pasta has been a vibrant part
of the Byron dining scene since 1976. Their basic
philosophy is to buy the best produce locally and make
their food from scratch. This family restaurant ofers
great service in a friendly environment. The menu not
only has 22 diferent pizzas it also has great pastas
and salads as well as gluten free options. Fully licensed.
FREE underground parking available.
Earth n Sea
Pizza and Pasta
Open every day for lunch &
dinner. 12pm-2.30pm & 5pm.
(no surcharge Sundays).
New location: Cnr Fletcher
& Byron Sts. Byron Bay.
www.earthnsea.com.au
6685 6029
Italian at the Pacifc provides a bustling atmospheric
restaurant, dishing up contemporary inspired Italian
cuisine. Were introducing an exciting menu of taste
plates, antipasti, fresh pastas and main dishes. With our
new Ocean View Bar, we ensure all our guests have the
opportunity to enjoy some of Byrons fnest cocktails
and wine.
Italian at the Pacifc
Open for Dinner & Cocktails
7 days from 4pm till late
Next to the Beach Hotel
Bay Street
6680 7055
italianatthepacifc.com.au
Now open Sundays for breakfast and lunch
Had enough of the rat race in the CBD? Just 3km from
the centre of town nestled in the beautiful surrounds of
Byron Bays golf course The Deck at Byron is fast becoming
the hot spot for locals and their families with Friday night
entertainment for the kids and great value for money,
a wide range of menu options and fresh and exciting
specials for dinner. Dont be the last to fnd out! Bookings
essential.
The Deck
Byron Bay Golf Club
Bfast: Sun
8.30am-11am
Lunch: Wed-Sun
11am-3pm
Dinner: Wed-Sat
5.30pm-9pm
6685 6470
FINS is famous for serving the
best seafood in Australia. We
have now launched
FINS EARTH.
An exciting menu of the best
steaks from Australias most
premium producers. Choose
your cut, choose how you would like it served.
Fins
Salt Village, Kingsclif
6674 4833
dining@fns.com.au
Dinner 7 days
Lunch Fri, Sat & Sun
GOODFOODGUIDE
CHEFS HAT EVERY
YEAR SINCE 1998
Overlooking the sparkling blue waters of the Jack Evans
Boat Harbour at Twin Towns is Horizons restaurant.
Enjoy a friendly atmosphere with casual indoor or
alfresco dining where you can take in our spectacular
views. Bring a friend to Horizons for High Tea available
7 days in the afternoon from 2.30pm to 4.30pm for an
extra special afternoon delight!
Horizons
Lunch from 11am
Dinner from 5.30pm
07 5536 2277
or visit
www.twintowns.com.au
Caf: First Caf in the shire to ofer quality espresso cofee
& organic milk! Modern Wholesome Caf food & house
baked pastries. Relax in our tropical courtyard with friendly
professional service. Resto: Late afternoon Share a drink
with something to taste Evening: Live life deliciously with
our new creative fortnightly changing menu! French Chef
Bruno passionately recreates bistro classics using high
quality produce. Reviewed and recommended by SMH
Good Food Guide 3rd consecutive year!
La Table
72 & 72a Burringbar St,
Mullumbimby
Cafe: 6684 2220
Mon-Fri 8-4, Sat 9-2
Restaurant: 6684 2227
Wed-Fri from 4pm
Sat from 2pm
www.latable.com.au
The Yum Yum Tree was a traditional meeting place
for the frst Australians of our area. A place to take
sustenance, and catch up with old and new friends.
Come notice the extra fair, enthusiasm and personal
touch of the Yum Yum Tree Caf team, a collection of
professional, down to earth people, enjoying their day
serving you the tastiest meals and drinks.
www.yumyumtreecafe.com.au
Yum Yum Tree Caf
Breakfast & Lunch
7 days from 8am
6680 3368
50 River St, New Brighton
Artisan pizzas hand crafted on the premises using the
freshest local produce and the best of traditional and
modern styles.
Selection of fat breads. Large range of vegetarian
pizzas and pastas. Gluten-free base available.
Pizza Paradiso
Takeaway, dine in and
home delivery
BYO
Open 7 days from 5pm
Sufolk Park Shopping
Centre
6685 3101
Most are aware of the two wonderful Santos healthy
food stores on Jonson St, Byron Bay & Burringbar St,
Mullumbimby, but did you know that you can also
shop at the Santos Warehouse? Small enough for
personal care, large enough for competitive prices, we
have been supplying high quality biodynamic, organic
& natural products to Byron Shire & beyond since 1975.
We continue our commitment to sourcing as locally as
possible. Encouraging community.
Santos Trading
Warehouse
Mon-Thurs 9 to 5
Fridays 9 to 4
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
3/7 Brigantine Street,
Byron Arts & Industry Park
6685 5685
A uniquely Byron uniquely Asian Emporium with
everything you need for cooking Asian food from
Korea and Japan though China, Vietnam, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Thailand, India and even into the Middle
East. Spices and rices, groceries, fne teas and teapots,
Yum Cha dumplings ready to eat in the store or frozen
to take home, fresh noodles and tofu PLUS gorgeous
exotic gifts, homewares and furniture.
Red Ginger
Byron Bay: Jonson St
(opp. Dendy Byron Bay)
6680 9779
Bangalow: Byron St
(around the corner)
6687 2808
TREEHOUSE IS CLOSED
due to fre until further notice.
Stay tuned updates about re-opening on
Facebook: Treehouse On Belongil
or www.treehouseonbelongil.com
All the favourites Nachos, Enchiladas, Burritos etc
Extensive vegetarian options.
TWO UP TUESDAY - Buy one main meal and receive a
second main meal for FREE from 5.30pm. Inexpensive
and extensive cocktail list.
$20.00 Group Bookings Menu for bookings of 15 or more
Takeways and Childrens Menu available. Conditions Apply.
THE ORIGINAL FLAVOURS OF MEXICO.
The Aztec
Byron Bay
32 Lawson St, 6680 8198
LICENSED MEXICAN
RESTAURANT
Open 6 nights
from 5.30pm
Closed Wednesdays
Thank you, Byron!
Thanks to our loyal, local customers
for the second time in a row O-Sushi is
Australia's Favourite Japanese Restaurant!
Eat in or takeaway. Licensed. Open 7
days 11am till late. O-Sushi is a modern
Japanese restaurant guided by a philosophy that
incorporates traditional values of providing the best
possible service combined with fresh wholesome food.
O-Sushi
Byron Bay Woolies Plaza,
Jonson St 02 6685 7103
Coolangatta Showcase
on the Beach 07 5536 5455
Broadbeach The Oracle,
12 Charles Ave 07 5570 2166
www.osushi.com.au
New Winter Menu!
Winter is the perfect time to join
us for a lazy long lunch on the
verandah every Fri, Sat, Sun
from 12pm.
GOODFOODGUIDE
CHEFS HAT EVERY
YEAR SINCE 1998
Fins
Salt Village, Kingsclif
6674 4833
dining@fns.com.au
Dinner 7 days
Lunch Fri, Sat & Sun
Fishheads
Open seven days
coffeebreakfast lunchdinner
Byron Bay 1 Jonson St
6680 7632
Bangalow 2 Byron St
6687 2883
www.fishheadsbyron.com.au
WINTER WARMER SPECIALS
Get 50% of breakfast when you
'Toss the Boss'
(dine-in & takeaway)
Two course lunch & dinner $35
Try our new Winter Menu
Ofers available Tues, Wed, Thur
NEW CHEF BRENDON HARAS
Come and enjoy our fresh new
direction!
Locals' Special:
Friday & Saturday nights
2 course dinner $98 per couple
Sunday Grazing:
Tapas-style dishes from $10
and live music.
Wilsons by
The Creek
Open Friday & Saturday
evenings 6-10pm
Sunday grazing 2-6pm
139 Newes Rd, Coorabell
6684 7348
coorabell@peppers.com.au
Casual relaxed seaside dining
overlooking the picturesque
Wategos beach. Using the freshest
produce and seafood from
throughout the region.
Raes is an iconic restaurant with a
reputation as the best in the area.
Raes Fish Cafe
Lunch & Dinner 7 days
Wategos Beach,
Byron Bay
6685 5366
raes@wategos.com.au
WINNER OF
CHEF'S HAT
2012
Come and see the only 1964 Silver
Bullet Airstream caravan operating as
a cafe in Australia!
Experience Byron Bay's best breakfast
wraps and sensational cofee.
Take your breakfast with you across the road to
Belongil Beach and watch the dolphins play or just sit
and relax at our tables and catch up with friends.
SILVER BULLET
CAFE
Open 7 days
7am-2pm
25 Childe St Belongil
(next to Treehouse)
silver bullet cafe
$3 coffees
and
$7 wraps!
The home of freshly pounded curry pastes,
home-made sorbets and exquisite Thai street food
is now open for lunch!
Grab a quick snack or indulge in a relaxed meal with
ambrosial drinks every Saturday and Sunday
12 to 4pm.
Traditional Thai
Dinner every evening
5.30-9.30pm
Lunch Saturday & Sunday
12-4pm
5/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
6685 5151
Muois Feast has created a strong following since
opening in 2003. Winning numerous awards for its
international cuisine, the Asian section of the menu is
the predominant favourite. Enjoy for lunch or dinner.
Muois Feast
Lunch: Tues-Sat
Dinner: Mon-Sat
11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
Bookings Essential
6685 7557
FOR THE LOVE OF THAI FOOD!
Spice It Up
Thai Restaurant
Open 5 days.
Open Wednesday-Sunday
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6684 2273
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1. Tina Fey is chiefy known for her impersonations of
Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live and as the creator
of and star in 30Rock (what a talent!) but in the light
comedy Baby Mama (Prime, Saturday, 9pm) she
plays a career woman who discovers in her late 30s
that her uterus is T-shaped and hires Amy Poehler
to be a surrogate mother. The usual complications
ensue. Fey is one popular gal, and you can learn a lot
about her at www.tinafeyfan.com.
2. Its funny, isnt it? Last week in reference to another
zombie movie we mentioned Shaun of the Dead
and now its lobbed up on 7Mate at 9.45pm on
Sunday. Co-writer and star, the clever British actor
Simon Pegg, not only has to deal with his relation-
ship issues with his girlfriend, his mother and stepfa-
ther but with an apocalyptic uprising of zombies. Of
course the best place to set up defence is at the local
pub. When the zombies are fnally defeated, they are
used as cheap labour and entertainment, much like
TV executives. Make sure you also track down Peggs
movie Hot Fuzz, which is even funnier.
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Global Village
6.00 Tour de France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Speed Of Life
8.30 Indian Ocean
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour de France LIVE
2.00Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village
6.40 SarahWiener AndThe
Kitchen Kids
7.35 Inspector Rex
8.30 Tour de France Highlights
9.00 Spiral (M)
10.05 Movie: Heiran (PG 2009)
Iranian drama
11.45Movie: OpenHearts(MA2002)
Danish drama 1.45 Weatherwatch
TEN
6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30
Wurrawhy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The
Doctors 2.00Ready Steady Cook 3.00
Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet
4.00 Totally Wild 4.30 The Bold And
The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Project
7.00 MasterChef Australia
8.30 Ofspring (M)
9.30 House (M)
10.30 Late News
11.15 The Glades (M) 12.15 The Late
Show1.00 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
5.00 Infomercial
ELEVEN
6.00 Kids Programs 9.00 Dr Quinn
Medicine Woman 10.00 7th Heaven
11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Charmed
1.00 Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00
Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 Becker
4.30FamilyTies 5.00HappyDays 5.30
The Brady Bunch
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
7.30 The Simpsons
8.00 Futurama
8.30 The Simpsons
9.00 Futurama
10.00 Bobs Burgers (M)
10.30 Frasier
11.30TheLateLateShow12.30Becker
1.00KingOf Queens 1.30HappyDays
2.00TheLoveBoat 3.00Charmed4.00
Dr Quinn Medicine Woman 5.00 7th
Heaven
ONE HD
6.00 I Fish 6.30 Crash Course 7.00
Championship Netball 9.00 Major
League Baseball LIVE 12.00 MLB
Player Poll 12.30MotoGPNetherlands
2.30 Omnisport 3.00 I Fish 3.30 Get
Smart 4.00ExtremeDreams4.30Beach
Patrol 5.00 I Fish 5.30 Hogans Heroes
6.00 M*A*S*H
6.30 Get Smart
7.00 Cops
7.30 Megastructures
8.30 Burn Notice (M)
10.30 Homeland (M)
11.40M*A*S*H12.10Hogans Heroes
12.40Omnisport 1.00NASCARSprint
Cup Kentucky 4.00 Rugby Classic
Match
PRIME
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie:
Knights Of The South Bronx (PG
2005) US drama. Ted Danson, Brian
Markinson 2.00 Kids Programs 4.30
SevenNews 5.00ThePriceIs Right 5.30
Deal Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 Australias Got Talent
9.00 Mrs Browns Boys (MA)
9.40 Smugglers
10.40 How I Met Your Mother 11.10
WimbledonTennis LIVEMens Singles
Quarter Finals 4.00 Home Shopping
5.30 News
7TWO
6.30 Total Girl 9.00 Home And Away
9.30 Sons And Daughters 10.00
Coronation Street 10.30 Shortland
Street 11.00 Bargain Hunt 12.00 Hart
ToHart 1.00GrowingPains 1.30Head
Of The Class 2.00 Movie: Stop! Look!
AndLaugh! (PG1960) UScomedy. The
Three Stooges 4.00 Petkeeping 4.30
Please Sir! 5.00 Murphy Brown 5.30
Mad About You
6.00 George &Mildred
6.30 Bargain Hunt
7.30 Heartbeat
9.30 Keeping Up
Appearances
10.00 WimbledonTennis LIVE
Mens Singles Quarter
Finals
10.50 The Sweeney (M) 11.50 Mad
About You 12.30 Petkeeping 1.00
Australias Wild Secrets 1.30 Leyland
Brothers World 2.30 Hart To Hart 3.30
Bargain Hunt 4.30 Shortland Street
5.00 Home Shopping
7MATE
6.30 Kids Programs 9.00 NBC Today
11.00 The Incredible Hulk 12.00 TJ
Hooker 1.00 S.W.A.T. 2.00 Adam 12
2.30 Malcolm And Eddie 3.00 Motor
Mate 4.30 Monster Garage 5.30 Gene
Simmons Family Jewels
6.30 Mythbusters
7.30 Pawn Stars
8.30 Hardcore Pawn (M)
9.30 American Pickers
11.30 RudeTube (M) 12.00TJ Hooker
1.00 S.W.A.T. 2.00 The Incredible
Hulk 3.00 Motor Mate 4.30 Malcolm
And Eddie 5.00 Adam12 5.30 Home
Shopping
NBN
5.30Today9.00Mornings11.00Home
Shopping 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres
Show1.00TheView2.00 Days Of Our
Lives 3.00 Extra 3.30 Kids Programs
4.30 NBN News 5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 NBNNews
7.00 NSW BehindThe Blue
Wall
7.30 State Of Origin Football
LIVE
10.29 Lotto
10.30 Two And AHalf Men (M)
11.00 One Day International Cricket
LIVE Australia v England 2.00 Extra
2.30 Cricket continues
GO!
6.00KidsPrograms 1.00Seinfeld1.30
Extra2.00TMZ2.30SpinCity3.00Kids
Programs
6.30 Top Gear
7.30 The Big BangTheory
8.00 Suburgatory
9.00 2 Broke Girls (M)
9.30 Movie: Step Brothers
(MA 2008) US comedy.
Will Ferrell, John C Reilly
11.30 South Park (MA) 12.00 MAD
12.30 TMZ 1.00 Wipeout 2.00 Home
Shopping4.00TopGear 5.00Extra5.30
The Flintstones
GEM
6.00 Home Shopping 10.30 Alive &
Cooking 11.00 Friends 12.00 Drop
Dead Diva 1.00 Tricky Business 2.00
Green Acres 2.30 Bewitched 3.00 I
DreamOf Jeannie3.30Hot InCleveland
4.00 Yes Minister 4.30 To The Manor
Born 5.00The Ellen Degeneres Show
6.00 Friends
7.00 Hot In Cleveland
7.30 Lion Country
8.00 RemarkableVets
8.30 Movie: Runaway Jury
(M 2003) US drama. John
Cusack, Rachel Weisz
11.05 HowClean Is Your House 12.05
Conan (M) 1.00 Gideons Way 2.00
Home Shopping 4.30 Religion 5.00
Hot InCleveland5.30HomeShopping
WEDNESDAY 4
ABC 1
5.30 Eggheads 6.00 ABC News 9.30
Business Today 10.00 Kids Programs
11.00 Finding The Fallen 12.00
Midday Report 12.30 The Casebook
Of SherlockHolmes 1.30AtTheMovies
2.00Country House Rescue 3.00Kids
Programs
6.00 River Cottage
7.00 ABC News
7.30 7.30
8.00 Photo Finish
8.30 Silk (M)
9.30 100 Greatest Gadgets
10.30 Lateline
11.05 The Business 11.30 The Lost
World Of Communism (M) 12.20 The
Clinic (M) 1.20 Silk (M) 2.30 Western
Australian Football League
ABC 2
6.00 Kids Programs
7.00 Spicks And Specks
7.30 Doctor Who
8.30 The Marngrook Footy
Show
9.30 Fear Of ABrown Planet
10.50 Dumb, Drunk And Racist (M)
11.25 The Gruen Transfer (M) 11.55
Junk Food Mums 12.40 The League
Of Gentlemen 1.10 The Marngrook
FootyShow2.10ABCNews 2.15Close
ABC NEWS 24
4.00 Newshour 5.00 BBCWorld News
5.30 Newsline 6.00 ABC News 9.30
BusinessToday10.00ABCNews 12.30
Newsline1.00ABCNews 2.30StateTo
State3.00AfternoonLive5.30Capital
Hill 5.45HealthQuarter 6.00TheDrum
6.45Consumer Quarter 7.00ABCNews
7.30Grandstand8.00ABCNews 8.30
TheBusiness 9.00TheWorld10.00The
Drum10.45Consumer Quarter 11.00
ABCNews 11.307.3012.00ABCNews
12.20 Lateline 1.00 Newshour 2.00
BBC World News 2.30 The Business
3.00AustraliaNetworkNews 3.307.30
SBS 1
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
7.30Tour deFranceUpdate8.05World
News 1.30WilliamShatners Weird Or
What? 2.30 If Only 3.00 ADbc 3.30
World News 4.00 The Journal 4.30
Newshour 5.30 Global Village
6.00 Tour de France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 French Food Safari
8.00 Island Feast
8.30 Hestons Feasts
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour de France LIVE
2.00 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village
6.35 SarahWiener AndThe
Kitchen Kids
7.30 Boyamba Belgique
8.30 Tour de France Highlights
9.05 One Sunday In Paris
Cadel Evans 2011 Tour de
France victory
10.05 Movie: I Do (M 2007)
French comedy
11.40Movie: Moliere(PG2007) French
comedy 1.50 Weatherwatch
TEN
6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30
Wurrawhy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The
Doctors 2.00Ready Steady Cook 3.00
Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet
4.00 Scope 4.30 The Bold And The
Beautiful 5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Project
7.00 MasterChef Australia
8.10 Modern Family
8.40 The Game Plan
9.40 Law&Order (M)
10.40LateNews 11.25TheGlades (M)
12.25TheLateShow1.30Infomercials
4.00 Religion 5.00 Infomercial
ELEVEN
6.00 Kids Programs 9.00 Dr Quinn
Medicine Woman 10.00 7th Heaven
11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Charmed
1.00 Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00
Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 Becker
4.30FamilyTies 5.00HappyDays 5.30
The Brady Bunch
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 EverybodyLoves Raymond
7.30 The Simpsons
8.30 StarTrekNext Generation
11.30TheLateLateShow12.30Becker
1.00KingOf Queens 1.30HappyDays
2.00TheLoveBoat 3.00Charmed4.00
Dr Quinn Medicine Woman 5.00 7th
Heaven
ONE HD
6.00 Ironman Australia Port
Macquarie7.00ChampionshipNetball
9.00 Major League Baseball LIVE
12.00 MLB Player Poll 12.30 Isle Of
ManTT1.3024Hours Of LeMans 2.30
Trick My Truck 3.30 Get Smart 4.00
ExtremeDreams 4.30BeachPatrol 5.00
I Fish 5.30 Hogans Heroes
6.00 M*A*S*H
6.30 Get Smart
7.00 Cops
7.30 Fishing Expedition
8.30 Movie: Echelon
Conspiracy (M 2009)
US action. Ving Rhames,
Shane West
10.45BeforeTheGame11.45M*A*S*H
12.15Hogans Heroes 12.45LasVegas
Strip(M) 1.45Omnisport 2.00Ironman
Australia WA 3.00 Major League
Baseball
PRIME
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie:
RevengeOfTheMiddle-AgedWoman
(PG 2004) US drama. Christine Lahti,
BrianKerwin2.00Kids Programs 4.30
SevenNews 5.00ThePriceIs Right 5.30
Deal Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 Border Security
8.00 The Force
8.30 Medical Emergency
9.00 Greys Anatomy (M)
10.00 Desperate Houswives
(M)
11.00 Wimbledon Tennis LIVE
Womens Singles & Doubles Semi
Finals 4.00HomeShopping5.30News
7TWO
6.30 Total Girl 9.00 Home And Away
9.30 Sons And Daughters 10.00
Coronation Street 10.30 Shortland
Street 11.00 Bargain Hunt 12.00 Hart
ToHart 1.00GrowingPains 1.30Head
Of The Class 2.00 Movie: The Three
Stooges Meet Hercules (G 1962)
US comedy. Moe Howard, Larry Fine
4.00 Petkeeping 4.30 Please Sir! 5.00
Murphy Brown 5.30 Mad About You
6.00 George &Mildred
6.30 Bargain Hunt
7.30 The Royal
9.30 Keeping Up
Appearances
10.00 WimbledonTennis
LIVE Womens Singles &
Doubles Semi Finals
11.00 The Sweeney (M) 12.00 Mad
About You 12.30 Petkeeping 1.00
Leyland Brothers World 2.00 Medical
Rookies 2.30HartToHart 3.30Bargain
Hunt 4.30ShortlandStreet 5.00Home
Shopping
7MATE
6.30 Kids Programs 9.00 NBC Today
11.00 The Incredible Hulk 12.00 TJ
Hooker 1.00 S.W.A.T. 2.00 Adam 12
2.30 Malcolm And Eddie 3.00 Motor
Mate4.30Monster Garage5.30Scrubs
7.00 HowI Met Your Mother
7.30 Swamp People
8.30 Americas Hardest
Prisons (M)
9.30 Operation Repo (M)
11.00 Jail (M) 12.00 TJ Hooker 1.00
S.W.A.T. 2.00The Incredible Hulk 3.00
Motor Mate 4.30 MalcolmAnd Eddie
5.00 Adam12 5.30 Home Shopping
NBN
6.30Today9.00Mornings11.00Home
Shopping 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres
Show1.00TheView2.00 Days Of Our
Lives 3.00 Extra 3.30 Kids Programs
4.30 NBN News 5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 NBNNews
7.00 ACurrent Afair
7.30 The Big BangTheory
8.00 Hamish &Andys Euro
GapYear
9.00 The Big BangTheory
9.30 The NRL Footy Show (M)
11.15 The AFL Footy Show (M) 1.00
Extra 1.30 Skippy 2.00 Infomercials
3.30GoodMorningAmerica5.00Early
Morning News
GO!
6.00KidsPrograms 1.00Seinfeld1.30
Extra 2.00 TMZ 2.30 Spin City 3.00
Kids Programs
6.30 Top Gear
7.00 The Big BangTheory
7.30 Community
8.30 Two And AHalf Men (M)
9.30 The Big BangTheory
10.30 HardTimes Of RJ Berger
11.00 Community (M) 11.30 Eclipse
12.00 Watchmen: The Complete
Motion Comic (AV) 12.30 TMZ 1.00
Wipeout 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00
TopGear 5.00Extra5.30TheFlintstones
GEM
6.00 Home Shopping 10.30 Alive &
Cooking 11.00 Friends 12.00 Drop
Dead Diva 1.00 Tricky Business 2.00
Green Acres 2.30 Bewitched 3.00 I
DreamOf Jeannie3.30Hot InCleveland
4.00 Lion Country 4.30 Remarkable
Vets 5.00 The Ellen Degeneres Show
6.00 Friends
7.00 Hot In Cleveland
7.30 The Great Italian Escape
8.00 Hot Property
8.30 Selling Houses Abroad
9.30 Super Nanny
11.00 Sensing Murder (M)
11.30 Conan (M) 12.30 Friends 1.00
Seaway 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30
Religion 5.00 Hot In Cleveland 5.30
Home Shopping
THURSDAY 5
ABC 1
5.30 Eggheads 6.00 ABC News 9.30
Business Today 10.00 Kids Programs
11.00 Photo Finish 11.30 One Plus
One 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Last
Night OfTheProms 2.00KidsPrograms
6.00 Grand Designs
7.00 ABC News
7.30 7.30
8.00 Mad As Hell
8.30 Silent Witness (M)
9.30 Taggart (M)
10.20 Lateline
11.00 Penn AndTeller (M) 12.00 rage
(MA)
ABC 2
6.00 Kids Programs
7.00 Spicks And Specks
7.30 Doctor Who
8.30 Playing It Straight (M)
9.30 The Real Hustle
10.00 The GruenTransfer (M)
10.30 Ross Kemp: Extreme
World Northern Mexico
11.15 Archer (M) 11.35Sanctuary (M)
12.20 Being Erica (M) 1.05 Raising
Sextuplets 1.50 ABC News 1.55 Close
ABC NEWS 24
4.00 Newshour 5.00 BBCWorld News
5.30 Newsline 9.30 Business Today
10.00 ABC News 12.30 Newsline
1.00 ABC News 2.30 One Plus One
3.00 Afternoon Live 5.30 Capital Hill
6.00 Planet America 6.45 ABC Open
7.00 ABC News 7.30 Contact Sport
8.00 News Exchange 8.30 One Plus
One 9.00 The World 10.00 Planet
America 10.45 ABC Open 11.00 ABC
News 11.30 Capital Hill 12.00 ABC
News 12.20 Lateline 1.00 Newshour
2.00 BBC World News 2.30 7.30 3.00
Australia Network News 3.30 7.30
SBS 1
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
7.30Tour deFranceUpdate8.05World
News 1.30TheVirtual Revolution2.30
Here Comes The Neighbourhood
3.00 ADbc 3.30 World News 4.00 The
Journal 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Global
Village
6.00 Tour de France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 South American Journey
Chile and Bolivia
8.30 The Story Of Wales
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour de France LIVE
2.00 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00World News
6.00 Global Village
6.30 SarahWiener AndThe
Kitchen Kids
7.30 The Day Before Fendi by
Karl Lagerfeld
8.30 Tour de France Highlights
9.00 Movie: Little Big Soldier
(M 2010) Mandarin action
10.50 Movie: Confession Of Pain
(MAV 2006) Cantonese drama 12.45
Weatherwatch
TEN
6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30
Wurrawhy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The
Doctors 2.00Ready Steady Cook 3.00
Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet
4.00LightningPoint 4.30TheBoldAnd
The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Project
7.00 MasterChef Australia
8.00 The Living Room
9.00 Movie: Titanic (M 1997)
US historical drama.
Leonardo Di Caprio, Kate
Winslet
12.40TheLateShow1.40Valentine(M)
3.00 Infomercials 5.30 Religion
ELEVEN
6.00 Kids Programs 9.00 Dr Quinn
Medicine Woman 10.00 7th Heaven
11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Charmed
1.00 Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00
Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 Becker
4.30FamilyTies 5.00HappyDays 5.30
SnowWhite &The Huntsman
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 EverybodyLoves Raymond
7.30 Glee
8.30 Snog Marry Avoid
(PG/M)
9.45 NewZealands Next Top
Model
10.50FashionStar 11.50Sex AndThe
City(MA) 1.10TheLateLateShow2.00
The Love Boat 3.00 Charmed 4.00 Dr
Quinn Medicine Woman 5.00 7th
Heaven
ONE HD
6.00BritishTouringCar Championship
7.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Kentucky
10.00 NASCAR Nationwide Series
Highlights 11.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup
Highlights 12.00 The NRL Game Plan
1.00BeforeTheGame2.00Omnisport
2.30I Fish3.00PressureCook3.30Get
Smart 4.00ExtremeDreams 4.30Beach
Patrol 5.00 I Fish 5.30 Hogans Heroes
6.00 M*A*S*H
6.30 Get Smart
7.00 Cops
7.30 The Sketch Show
8.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8.30 Movie: The Peacemaker
(M 1997) US action.
George Clooney, Nicole
Kidman
11.05 Megastructures 12.00 Fishing
Expedition 1.00 Ross Kemp: Battle
For The Amazon (M) 2.00 Omnisport
2.30MLBPlayer Poll 3.00Major League
Baseball
PRIME
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: The
Princess &The Marine (PG 2001) US
drama. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Marisol
Nichols 2.00KidsPrograms 4.30Seven
News 5.00ThePriceIs Right 5.30Deal
Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 Better Homes And
Gardens
9.00 Vera (M)
11.00WimbledonTennis LIVE Mens
Singles & Doubles Semi Finals 4.00
Home Shopping
7TWO
6.30 Total Girl 9.00 Home And Away
9.30 Sons And Daughters 10.00
Coronation Street 10.30 Shortland
Street 11.00 Bargain Hunt 12.00
Hart To Hart 1.00 Growing Pains 1.30
Head Of The Class 2.00 Movie: 3
Ninjas Kick Back (PG 1994) US com-
edy. Victor Wong, Max Elliott Slade
4.00 Petkeeping 4.30 Please Sir! 5.00
Murphy Brown 5.30 Mad About You
6.00 George &Mildred
6.30 Bargain Hunt
7.30 SeaChange
8.30 EscapeToThe Country
9.30 Keeping Up
Appearances
10.00 WimbledonTennis LIVE
Mens Singles & Doubles
Semi Finals
11.00 Movie: Legionnaire (M 1999)
US action. Jean-Claude Van Damme,
Steven Berkof 1.00 Mad About You
1.30Petkeeping2.00Medical Rookies
2.30 Hart To Hart 3.30 Bargain Hunt
4.30 Shortland Street 5.30 Home
Shopping
7MATE
6.30 Kids Programs 9.00 NBC Today
11.00 The Incredible Hulk 12.00 TJ
Hooker 1.00 S.W.A.T. 2.00 Adam 12
2.30 Malcolm And Eddie 3.00 Motor
Mate4.30FifthGear 5.00ZoomTV5.30
Movie: Hercules (G 1997) Animation
7.30 AFL Premiership Season
Collingwood v Carlton
11.00 Unsolved Mysteries (M) 12.00
Blokesworld (MA) 12.30 Unsolved
Mysteries (M) 1.30 S.W.A.T. 2.30 TJ
Hooker 3.30 Motor Mate 5.00 The
Incredible Hulk
NBN
5.30Today9.00Mornings11.00Home
Shopping 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres
Show1.00TheView2.00 Days Of Our
Lives 3.00 Extra 3.30 Kids Programs
4.30 NBN News 5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 NBNNews
7.00 ACurrent Afair
7.30 Friday Night Football
LIVE Wests Tigers v
Canterbury Bulldogs
9.45 Movie: Invictus (PG 2009)
US biography. Morgan
Freeman, Matt Damon
12.30Movie: WordOf Honor (M2003)
Canadiandrama. DonJohnson, Jeanne
Tripplehorn2.10Movie: Dr Jekyll And
Sister Hyde(M1972) UKthriller. Ralph
Bates, MartineBeswick4.00Danoz4.30
Good Morning America
GO!
6.00KidsPrograms 1.00Seinfeld1.30
Extra2.00TMZ2.30SpinCity3.00Kids
Programs 5.30 Movie: Uptown Girls
(PG2003) UScomedy. BrittanyMurphy,
Dakota Fanning
7.30 Movie: Lovewrecked
(PG 2005) US comedy.
Amanda Bynes, Chris
Carmack
9.10 Movie: Fired Up! (M
2009) US comedy.
Nicholas DAgosto, Eric
Christian Olsen
11.10 Seinfeld 12.00 Bewitched
12.30 Spin City 1.00 Wipeout 2.00
The Bachelor 4.00 Undercovers (AV)
5.00 Bratz 5.30Tamagotch!
GEM
6.00 Home Shopping 10.30 Alive &
Cooking 11.00 Friends 12.00 Drop
Dead Diva 1.00 Tricky Business 2.00
Green Acres 2.30 Bewitched 3.00 I
DreamOf Jeannie3.30Hot InCleveland
4.00 Selling Houses Abroad 5.00 The
Ellen Degeneres Show
6.00 Friends
7.00 Hot In Cleveland
7.30 SurfngThe Menu
8.30 Law&Order (M)
9.30 Movie: Dead Man
Walking (MA 1995) UK
drama. Susan Sarandon,
Sean Penn
12.00 Friends 12.30 Psychic TV 2.00
Movie: Villain (AV 1971) UK drama.
Richard Burton, Ian McShane 3.50
Movie: Ghost Ship (PG 1952) UK
thriller. Dermot Walsh, Hugh Burden
5.30 F Troop
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things at the last minute and
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ABC 1
5.30 Kids Programs 6.00 ABC News
9.30 Business Today 10.00 Kids
Programs 11.00BigIdeas 12.00Midday
Report 12.30Q&A1.30Compass 2.00
Grand Designs 3.00 Kids Programs
6.00 TimeTeam
7.00 ABC News
7.30 7.30
8.00 RaceTo London
8.30 Joanna Lumleys Greek
Odyssey
9.20 Gordons Great Escape
Malaysia
10.05 Artscape Dr Sarmasts
Music School
10.35 Lateline 11.10 The Business
11.35Four Corners 12.20MediaWatch
12.35Mr Sin: TheAbeSafronStory(M)
1.30 Gordons Great Escape: Malaysia
2.30Victorian Football League
ABC 2
6.00 Kids Programs
7.00 Spicks And Specks
7.30 Doctor Who
8.30 Good Game
9.00 Archer (M)
9.30 Sanctuary (M)
10.10 The GruenTransfer
10.40 Am I Normal? Addiction (M)
11.45 Spaced (M) 12.10 Gavin And
Stacey (M) 12.40 Dragons Den 1.40
Spaced(M) 2.10ABCNews 2.15Close
ABC NEWS 24
4.00 Newshour 5.00 BBCWorld News
5.30 Newsline 6.00 ABC News 9.30
Business Today 10.00 ABC News
12.30 Newsline 1.00 ABC News 2.30
Australian Story 3.00 Afternoon Live
5.30Capital Hill 5.45Arts Quarter 6.00
The Drum6.45 Finance Quarter 7.00
ABC News 7.30 Grandstand 8.00 ABC
News 8.30TheBusiness 9.00TheWorld
10.00TheDrum10.45FinanceQuarter
11.00ABCNews 11.307.3012.00ABC
News 12.20 Lateline 1.00 Newshour
2.00BBCWorldNews 2.30TheBusiness
3.00AustraliaNetworkNews 3.307.30
SBS 1
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
7.30Tour deFranceUpdate8.05World
News 1.30Costas GardenOdyssey2.00
Are You My Mother? 3.00 Letters And
Numbers 3.30 World News 4.00 The
Journal 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Global
Village
6.00 Tour de France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Who DoYouThinkYou
Are?
8.30 The Race 100m sprint
1988 Seoul Olympics
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour de France Review
12.00 The Lost Room (M) 1.35
Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village
6.40 SarahWiener AndThe
Kitchen Kids
7.30 Planet Egypt
8.30 Tour de France Highlights
9.00 Cooking InThe Danger
Zone Chernobyl
9.30 Movie: The Admiral
(MAV 2008) Russian
drama
11.40Movie: Tickets(MA2005) Italian
comedy 1.40 Weatherwatch
TEN
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Leyland Brothers World 5.00 Globe
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7.40 Movie: CloudyWith A
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Benjamin Bratt, Lauren
Graham
8.40 Lotto
9.30 Movie: Spider-Man 2 (M
2004) US action. Tobey
Maguire, Kirsten Dunst
12.15Movie: SilverBears(PG1978) UK
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2.20 Movie: Tonights The Night (G
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House 2 (PG 2005) US
comedy. Martin Lawrence,
Emily Proctor
10.00 Movie: Planes, Trains
And Automobiles (M
1987) US comedy. Steve
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11.30 Movie: Stealing Harvard (M
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UK drama. Trevor Howard, Peter Finch
11.40SurfngTheMenu 12.40Movie:
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comedy. MaggieSmith, LouGossett Jr
2.50 Movie: EnsignPulver (PG1964)
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5.00 Friends 5.30 Movie: Grumpy
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7.30 One Day International
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11.00Movie: Easy Rider (M1969) US
drama. Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda
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2.10StephenVitiello: SoundArtist On
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Stronger
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6.10 At TheTableWith
6.40 Iron Chef
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9.00 AmsterdamVice (MA)
9.30 Movie: The Airlift (M
2005) Part 2 of German
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11.15 Movie: Nowhere In Africa
(M 2001) German drama 1.40
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6.00 Religion 7.00 Scope 8.00 Totally
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2009) Canadianmusical. NolanGerard
Funk, Jesse Moss 4.00 Meet The Press
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LIVE Great Britain
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8.30 Movie: Gentlemen
Broncos (PG 2009)
US comedy. Michael
Angarano, Jemaine
Clement
10.30 Becker
11.30EverybodyLovesRaymond12.30
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Qualifying 8.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup
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Under 2.30 Pressure Cook 3.00 Get
Smart 3.30TrueHeroes 4.30M*A*S*H
5.00 Fishin Trip 5.30 I Fish
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6.30 Cops
7.00 Moto2, MotoGP &
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11.30 Ross Kemp: Battle For The
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6.00 Kids Programs 6.30 Religion
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Shopping9.30HomeAndAway11.50
WimbledonHlights 12.50Movie: The
Wild Westerners (PG 1962) Western.
James Philbrook, Nancy Kovack 2.20
Movie: Good Day For A Hanging
(PG 1958) Western. Fred MacMurray,
Margaret Hayes 4.10 Movie: Harry
AndWalter GoTo NewYork (G1976)
US comedy. James Caan, Elliot Gould
6.30 Bargain Hunt
7.30 SevenWonders Of The
Industrial World
8.45 EscapeToThe Country
10.00 60 Minute Makeover
11.00Royal Upstairs Downstairs11.40
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Day For A Hanging 2.30 Australias
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World 4.00 Route 66 5.00 Naked City
5.30 Home Shopping
7MATE
6.30TheVirginian8.00Newsradio8.30
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Show 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30
FootyFlashback1.00AFLPremiership
Season Hawthorn v GWS 4.00 AFL
Premiership Season Gold Coast v
Geelong
7.00 Movie: The Next Karate
Kid (PG 1994) US action.
Hilary Swank, Pat Morita
9.15 Family Guy (M)
9.45 Movie: Shaun Of The
Dead (MA 2004) UK com-
edy. Simon Pegg, Kate
Ashfeld
11.45V8Supercars Townsville12.45
TheJef FoxworthyShow1.15V.I.P. 2.10
TJ Hooker 3.00TheIncredibleHulk4.00
The Virginian 5.30 Home Shopping
NBN
6.00 Schoolboy Cup 7.00 Weekend
Today 10.00 Wide World Of Sports
11.00 Sunday Footy Show 1.00 The
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6.00 NBNNews
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11.30Flashpoint (M) 12.30WhatWould
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Shopping4.00GoodMorningAmerica
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GO!
6.00 Kids Programs 12.30 Eclipse
1.00 Fishing Australia 1.30 Home
Shopping2.00Seinfeld3.00SpinCity
4.10Survivor: OneWorld5.10Movie:
DirtyRottenScoundrels(PG1988) US
comedy. Steve Martin, Michael Caine
7.30 Hamish &Andys Euro
GapYear
8.30 The Big BangTheory
9.30 The Dukes Of Hazzard
11.30 Chuck (M) 12.30 Undercovers
(AV) 1.30 Fur TV (MA) 2.00 Home
Shopping 4.00 Chuck (M) 5.00 Extra
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GEM
6.00 Infomercials 6.30 Movie: I
Believe In You (PG 1952) UK drama.
Celia Johnson, Cecil Parker 8.30
Infomercials 10.00 Movie: Home At
Seven (PG 1953) UK drama. Ralph
Richardson, Margaret Leighton 11.45
Movie: CarryOnTeacher (G1959) UK
comedy. KennethConnor, LesliePhillips
1.30 Getaway 2.00 Movie: SnowJob
(PG1972) USdrama. Jean-ClaudeKilly,
Daniele Gaubert 4.00 Movie: Blood
Alley(PG1955) USaction. JohnWayne,
Lauren Bacall
6.30 Antiques Roadshow
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8.35 Movie: The Birdcage (M
1996) US comedy. Robin
Williams, Gene Hackman
11.00 Little Britain Abroad (M) 12.15
Movie: The Hand Of The Night (M
1966) UK thriller. Diane Clare, William
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Religion 5.00 Hot In Cleveland 5.30
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SUNDAY 8
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6.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today
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9.20 MediaWatch
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11.35 Wire In The Blood (M) 1.10
Movie: Men Are Not Gods (PG 1937)
UK drama. Rex Harrison, Miriam
Hopkins 2.30 rage 3.30 Shute Shield
Rugby Union
ABC 2
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5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
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Law And Disorder 3.00 Letters And
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Journal 4.30FIFAFutbol Mundial 5.00
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6.00 Tour de France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
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8.30 Man vs Wild
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour de France LIVE
2.00 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00World News
6.00 Global Village
6.35 SarahWiener AndThe
Kitchen Kids
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9.00 TheWorld Game
10.30 Movie: Samaritan Girl
(M 2004) South Korean
drama
12.20 Weatherwatch
TEN
6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30
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(M) 1.10 Infomercials 3.30 CBS This
Morning 5.00 Religion
ELEVEN
6.00 Kids Programs 9.00 Dr Quinn
Medicine Woman 10.00 7th Heaven
11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Charmed
1.00 Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00
Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 Becker
4.30FamilyTies 5.00HappyDays 5.30
The Brady Bunch
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 EverybodyLoves Raymond
8.00 Raising Hope
8.30 Fashion Star
9.30 Dollhouse (M)
10.30 Frasier
11.30TheLateLateShow12.30Becker
1.00KingOf Queens 1.30 HappyDays
2.00TheLoveBoat 3.00Charmed4.00
Dr Quinn Medicine Woman 5.00 7th
Heaven
ONE HD
6.00Major LeagueBaseball LIVE7.00
Omnisport 7.30TheStorming8.30MLB
Player Poll 9.00Major LeagueBaseball
LIVE12.00RugbyClassic Match2.00
The WWE Experience 3.00 Omnisport
3.30 I Fish 4.00 Extreme Dreams 4.30
Beach Patrol 5.00 I Fish 5.30 Hogans
Heroes
6.00 M*A*S*H
6.30 Get Smart
7.00 Cops
7.30 Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8.30 An Idiot Abroad (M)
9.30 Melbourne International
Comedy Festival Debate
(M)
10.30 Formula 1 Grand Prix
Great Britain
12.30 MotoGP Germany 2.30
Championship Netball 4.30 Whose
Line Is It Anyway? 5.30 Omnisport
PRIME
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie:
The Brooke Ellison Story (PG 2004)
US biography. Lacey Chabert, Mary
Elizabeth Mastrantonio 2.00 Kids
Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The
Price Is Right 5.30 Deal Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 The Amazing Race
8.30 Revenge (M)
9.30 Body Of Proof (M)
11.30 30 Rock (M) 12.00 Picture This
12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 News
7TWO
6.30 Total Girl 9.00 Home And Away
9.30 Sons And Daughters 10.00
Coronation Street 10.30 Shortland
Street 11.00 Bargain Hunt 12.00 Hart
ToHart 1.00GrowingPains 1.30Head
Of TheClass 2.00Movie: The3Worlds
Of Gulliver (PG 1960) US adventure.
Kerwin Mathews, Jo Morrow 4.00
Petkeeping 4.30 Please Sir! 5.00
Murphy Brown 5.30 Mad About You
6.00 George &Mildred
6.30 Bargain Hunt
7.30 Heartbeat
8.30 Keeping Up
Appearances
9.40 Movie: Places InThe
Heart (M 1984) US drama.
Sally Field, Ed Harris
12.00 The Thin Blue Line 12.30 Mad
About You 1.00 Petkeeping 1.30
Leyland Brothers World 2.30 Hart To
Hart 3.30BargainHunt 4.30Shortland
Street 5.00 Home Shopping
7MATE
6.30 Kids Programs 9.00 NBC Today
10.00 NBC Meet The Press 11.00 The
Incredible Hulk 12.00 TJ Hooker 1.00
S.W.A.T. 2.00Adam122.30Newsradio
3.00V8Supercars Townsville5.00V8
Xtra5.30GeneSimmons FamilyJewels
6.30 Scrubs
7.30 My Name Is Earl
8.30 HowI Met Your Mother
9.30 Family Guy (M)
10.30 American Dad (M)
11.30Ax Men(M) 12.30MalcolmAnd
Eddie1.00TJ Hooker 2.00S.W.A.T. 3.00
The Incredible Hulk 4.00TheVirginian
5.00 Adam12 5.30 Home Shopping
NBN
5.30Today9.00Mornings11.00Home
Shopping 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres
Show1.00Days Of Our Lives 3.00Extra
3.30 Kids Programs 4.30 NBN News
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 NBNNews
7.00 ACurrent Afair
7.30 The Big BangTheory
8.00 Tricky Business
8.25 Lotto
9.00 CSI: NY (M)
11.00 Two And A Half Men (M) 11.30
Super Rugby Extra Time 12.30 The
Whole Truth (M) 1.30 Extra 2.00
Infomercials 3.30 Good Morning
America 5.00 Early Morning News
GO!
6.00KidsPrograms 1.00SpinCity1.30
Extra 2.00TMZ 2.30 Kids Programs
6.30 Top Gear
9.00 Movie: Stealth (M 2005)
US action. Josh Lucas,
Jessica Biel
11.30 Fringe (M) 12.30 TMZ 1.00
Wipeout 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00
TopGear 5.00Extra5.30TheFlintstones
GEM
6.00 Home Shopping 10.30 Alive &
Cooking 11.00 Friends 12.00 Drop
Dead Diva 1.00 Tricky Business 2.00
Green Acres 2.30 Bewitched 3.00
Antiques Roadshow 4.00 Life In The
Undergrowth5.00TheEllenDegeneres
Show
6.00 Friends
7.00 Hot In Cleveland
7.30 Sea Patrol
8.30 Air Crash Confdential
(M)
9.30 Embarrassing Bodies (M)
10.30 Trouble InThailand (M)
11.30 Law & Order (M) 12.30 Footy
Classifed(M) 1.30Friends 2.00Home
Shopping 4.30 Religion 5.00 Hot In
Cleveland 5.30 Home Shopping
MONDAY 9
PLEASE NOTE The Echotakes
great care producing this
guide, but unfortunatelyTV
stations like totinker with
things at the last minute and
sometimes make changes
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DEADLINE: For additions and changes to the Service Directory is 12pmFriday
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INDEX
Accountants ......................................31
Antennas & Installation ..............31
Appliance Repair ............................31
Architects ............................................31
Asbestos ..............................................31
Bathroom Renovations ...............31
Building Trades ................................31
Car Detailing .....................................32
Carpet Cleaning...............................32
Chiropractic .......................................32
Cleaning ..............................................32
Computer Services .........................32
Concreting..........................................32
Curtains, Blinds & Awnings .......32
Counselling ........................................32
Decks, Patios & Extensions ........32
Dentists................................................32
Design & Drafting...........................32
Driveway Maintenance ................32
Earthmoving & Excavation ........32
Electricians .........................................33
Fencing ................................................33
Firewood .............................................33
Floor Sanding & Polishing .........33
Garden & Property Maintenance .33
Garden Design .................................33
Gas Suppliers .......................................33
Glaziers ................................................33
Graphic Design ................................33
Guttering ............................................33
Handypersons ..................................33
Health ...................................................34
Hire ........................................................34
Horse Services ..................................34
Interior Design .................................34
Landscaping .....................................34
Lawnmower Repairs .....................34
Legal Services ...................................34
Lighting ...............................................34
Motoring .............................................34
Music .....................................................34
Naturopathy ......................................34
Osteopathy ........................................34
Painting ...............................................34
Pest Control .......................................34
Physiotherapy ..................................34
Picture Framing ...............................34
Plastering ...........................................34
Plumbers .............................................34
Printing & Copying Services .....35
Removalists .......................................35
Resumes ..............................................35
Rubbish Removal............................35
Scrap Metal Merchants ................35
Security Services .............................35
Septic Systems .................................35
Sewing & Alterations .......................... 35
Sewing Machine Sales & Service .35
Shoe Repairs .....................................35
Social Escorts ....................................35
Solar Installation ............................35
Stonemasonry ..................................35
Swimming Pools .............................35
Tiling .....................................................35
Travel ....................................................35
Tree Services .....................................35
Upholstery .........................................35
Veterinary Surgeons .....................35
Water Filters ......................................35
Water Tanks & Tank Cleaning ...35
Web Design Services .....................35
ACCOUNTANTS
ACCOUNTANT Paul Mayberry ............................................................................................. 66847415
ACCOUNTANT BANGALOW John Hudson..................................................................... 66872960
ACCOUNTANT BOOKKEEPER Small business accounting ......................................Gail 0401 884231
ACCOUNTANT BUSINESS CONSULTANT MYOB & Quickbooks. www.bizwizz.com.au... 66875883
BAS AGENT Bookkeeping, MYOB, Admin, P.A. ........................................Helen Stickley 0431 441628
BOOKKEEPING &BAS AGENT SERVICES small creative businesses...............Jenny 0411 232266
BOOKKEEPING Ef cient & friendly service, MYOB. Bettina...........................................0432 937579
HANS ON BOOKKEEPING BAS agent, MYOB, QuickBooks, training .................. Sonja 0427 171087
MYOB FRIENDLY BOOKKEEPING / ADMIN ..........................................................Liz 0428 132297
TAX TIME AGAIN! Fast, no fuss, best rates. Accountant, Byron. Angela Branston ........0434 898383
$$$$$$$$
$$$$$$$$
Easybo o ks
Bookkeeping and Business Services
Say Goodbye to bookwork stress come to you
Covering all your business needs Qualifed nsured ATO compliant
Steve Miller 0427 272 853 / www.easybooks.net.au
small business
specialist
yo ur bo o ks
made easy!
ANTENNAS & INSTALLATION
NORTH COAST ANTENNA SERVICES Digital specialists, Govt endorsed installer ........... 66841234
ROB DEEGAN Australian Govt approved antenna installer.................... 0429 994516 or 66845525
techwizz.com.au Audio, visual & technical support ......................................... Shane 0400 393545
0439 624 945 AH 02 66 804 173
Digital TV
ALL Antenna
Installations & Repairs
ALL Electrical Work
Friendly
Reliable
Prompt
Local
ANTENNAS
David Levine
Fix your DIGITAL TV
reception NOW
NO FIX NO CHARGE
*
*conditions apply
s$6$VIDEOSETUPs.EW46SOCKETS
s3URROUNDSOUNDSETUPs.EWPHONESOCKETS
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IWIREANTENNASCOMAU 0402 022 111
DIGITAL EXPERTS
BYRON ANTENNA SERVICE
CALL US FIRST - FAST SERVICE.
ALL AREAS
Richard 6685 4265
YOUR DIGITAL AND PROGRAMMING SOLUTIONS
Set top box |nstaIIat|on and programm|ng
Surround sound des|gn and |nstaIIat|on
AII TV, teIephone 8 eIectr|caI |nstaIIat|ons
CaII Norm now on 0422 668 582
A NTENNA S PLUS
Fr iendly
& Reliable
TV ANTENNA SERVICES
Freeview HD sateIIite systems
AM/FM radio DigitaI conversions
SaIes Service
Graeme Archer
Free quotes, free information, 20 years local
experience, 12 month warranty on all installations
60 Poinciana Ave, Bogangar (02) 6676 0903 0417 496 282
DIGITAL ANTENNAS
SAME DAY SERVICE!
0432 289 705
CALL JASON JP ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCE REPAIR
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS REPAIR &SERVICE Phone Robert ................... 66843575 or 0414 922786
MULLUMBIMBY APPLIANCE SERVICE Byron Shire .............................. 0408 851633 or 66842952
A PPLIA NC ES PLUS
COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES SPECIALIST
Serv|c|ng the Byron Sh|re - 3D years exper|ence
Oomest|c Wash|ng Nach|nes Oryers
Fr|dges O|shwashers Stoves 8 Dvens
CaII now 0400 826 483
Fr iendly &
Reliable!
ARCHITECTS
FRANK STEWART ARCHITECT Reg. 6075. www.frankstewart.com.au........................... 66856984
GRAEME BARR ARCHITECTS Reg 4244. www.graemebarr.com....................................... 66877973
JOSE DO Sustainable Architecture. Reg. 7647. www.josedoarchitect.com....................0424 062096
OCEANARC ARCHITECTS Reg. 6042 www.oceanarc.com.au ............................................. 66855001
RIHS ARCHITECTS PTY LTD eco designs, residential/commercial.
Reg. 3638. www.rihs.com.au .........................................................................................0411 699205
SPACEstudio Architecture & interiors. Reg. 8261. www.spacestudio.com.au ................... 66809921
ZAHER ARCHITECTS Reg 7872. www.zaherarchitects.com.au............. 66849408 or 0414 974088
ASBESTOS
ASBESTOS REMOVAL &DEMOLITION Fully licensed & insured. Free quotes...............0421 181363
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS
ALLCOAST SHOWER REPAIRS Lic 1875C ......................................................................... 66808646
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS Peter Alexander. Lic 177579C.........................................0417 499023
BATHROOMSPECIALISTS Blue Dolphin BathroomRenovations. Lic 105283C.............0405 148536
- WaII oor tIIIng
- Carpentry
- athroom renovatIon
- FuIIy Insured - LIc No 55115C
6684 630 l 0418 255 5
P E L Cuy
TIIIng uIIdIng haIntenance
BUILDING TRADES
ADDITIONS &RENOVATIONS Peter Alexander. Lic 177579C........................................0417 499023
ALLCARPENTRYExtensions, renos, decks/carports, owner/builder friendly, refs avail. Lic 203206C..0424158585
BRICK &BLOCKLAYING Competitive rates, quality work. Lic 203109C. Ph Jeremy ......0413 729043
BRICKLAYING, SOLID RENDERING. 30 years exp. Lic 170432C..................................0423 378573
BRIMS BUILDERS HARDWARE........................................................................................ 66801718
BUILDER JOHN McGAURAN Personalised Service. Lic 170208C ...... 66884215 or 0415 793242
BUILDER THINK BUILDING Excellent work. Quality projects. Lic 188670C ............0432 381880
BUILDER CARPENTER Extensions, renos, newhomes, insurance, all jobs. Lic 19953...0403 458177
BUILDER/CARPENTERHigh qual &exp, renos, kitchens, bathrms, decks Lic 214946C.....0412 261684
CARPENTER All jobs. Michael Dow. Lic 147675C................................... 66291169 or 0412 967677
CARPENTRY &BUILDING No job too small .........................................................Dean 0488 282836
DINGO DEMOLITIONS & ASBESTOS REMOVAL ................................ 66834008 or 0407 728998
GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS Decks, pergolas, walls & fencing. Lic 212479C.......0415 755337
KEN. CARPENTER/CABINET-MAKER Quality work and design. Lic 146506C...............0429 989839
PAVING, LANDSCAPING, DECKS, SANDSTONE WORKLic 10711C Greg 0414859830or 66803234
STAINLESS WIRE BALUSTRADING Supplies and installation................ 66809409 or 0419 758821
Qual i t y Renovat i ons & Car pent r y
Ki t chens and cabi net s co-desi gned wi t h you.
Bat hr ooms, t i mber feat ur es, cust om-made pr oj ect s.
Owner-bui l der fr i endl y.
Refer ences and i nspect i on of wor k avai l abl e.
Li c 84399C Don 0418 650 608 or Pi er s 0431 184 315
SERVI CI NG THE BYRON SHI RE
FOR THI RTY-FI VE YEARS
HOME RENOVATIONS BATHROOMS
KITCHENS DECKS STAIRCASES
ROOF EXTENSIONS AND REPAIRS
TERMITE DAMAGE
PHONE NO: 02 6684 6635
BRUNSWICK HEADS LICENCE NO: 225906C
wright builders@bigpond.com www.aawright builders.com
PLASTERER CARPENTER
Including minor painting & tiling work
SmaII renovations / AIterations / Maintenance
Insured Lic# 243594C References Guarantee
Phone David 6680 2001 or 0419 902 002
SEA LION BUILDING
Homes A|terations Additions Renovations
20 years experience in a|| |eve|s of construction
Bui|ders Lic 243734C
0407 351 720
BUI LDER

WOOD, BRI CK & METAL FRAME
RENO, EXT & NEW HOMES
COMPETI TI VE PRI CES
www.straightstructure.com.au
NSW
BUILDER LIC NO
90972C
QLD
BUILDER LIC NO
1210670
renderstyles
solid and textured rendering
0403 348 629
lic: 243416c
New homes
Renovations
All aspects of Render
& Paint

Servicing the
Northern Rivers
Reliable & Honest
Tradesmanship
For a free quote call:
Building Trades continued on next page
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BUILDING TRADES (continued)
0412 227 139 | 02 6680 9896 | jp2481@gmail.com | Builders Lic 207C
t New homes
t Commercial buildings & ft-outs
t Extensions & renovations
t Bathroom specialists
t General carpentry
t Maintenance
t Building inspections
t Building reports
CAR DETAILING
TopClean
Mobile Car Detailing
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CARPET CLEANING
AMORE CARPET CLEANING & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ................. 66807721 or 0429 726999
APEX CARPET CLEANING ............................................................................... Nathan 0412 926441
CARPET, UPHOLSTERY & more. No chemicals. State of the art machines ...................0425 707687
TLC
TENDER LOVING CARE
Truck Mount ed Machi ne
CARPET CLEANING
Specialising in household carpet cleaning
Kevi n & Margaret Bower (02) 6684 1001
Speedy Dryi ng
Far North Coast
0408 232 066
www.cdnr.com.au
AWARD WINNING
WINTER WONDERS
Enjoy the sunshine and save money!
25% of the total bill when
you combine a carpet and upholstery
clean during June and July.
Cleans deeply, dries in 1-2 hours
Commercial / Domestic / Insurance
CHIROPRACTIC
BAY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Peter Wuehr 17 BangalowRd Byron Bay ............................. 66855282
BYRON BAY CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE Bruce Campbell. 1/12 TasmanWay, A&I Estate ... 66858159
DISCOVER CHIROPRACTIC BYRON BAY Margaret Tay ................................................... 66808400
MICHAEL SCHWAGER & SHAUN CASHMAN Chiropractors 108 Stuart St, Mullum........ 66841962
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC Massage, chiropractic & ftness. 110 Dalley St........................ 66841028
WAVE OF LIFE NETWORK CHIRO (lowforce) 8/9 Fletcher St, Byron Bay. AndrewBadman. 66858553
CLEANING
A WHITE GLOVE Service for homes, 26 years exp.............................................................. 66857279
ABOVE &BEYOND CLEANING Simply the best. Free quotes. Great rates .....................0420 594198
ALL CLEAN NORTHERN RIVERS Holiday lets & of ce cleaning..................................0427 600047
BBS CLEANING Afordable & reliable. Fully insured. Phone .........................................0420 347694
CLEANING Imexperienced with an eye for detail .........................................................0434 515016
CONSCIOUS CLEANING Non-toxic, eco-friendly, 8 yrs exp................................... Anra 0466 984317
WINDOW&PRESSURE CLEANING Professional work. Free quotes. Ph Steve .............0421 797210
House washing High pressure or soft wash Window cleaning
Driveways, paths & roofs Gutters & fyscreens Water effcient Free quotes
Phone Joe or Helen 6684 4018 or 0412 495 750
ACTION WINDOW &
PRESSURE CLEANING
BYk0N BAY WlN00W CLEANlN0
& PkE55UkE CLEANlN0
FkEE UOIE5
EnvironmentaIIy aware, no
chemicaIs, minimaI water use
Phone on on 0413 802 582
Exterior bouse wasb & window clean $200
BYRON BAY, BANGALOW & SURROUNDS
HOMES BUSINESSES & OFFICES BOND CLEANS
PRESSURE CLEANING WINDOWS QUALITY WORK
ECO CLEANING CONSTRUCTION BUILDERS CLEAN
02 6688 4777
0405 437 431
Green Rocket cleaners
ABN 85746157599
FREE QUOTES
FREECALL 1800 683 838
MOBILE 0419 677 991
cmhwindows@gmail.com
COMMERCIAL, DOMESTIC,
SHOPS & REAL ESTATE
FULLY INSURED
Commercial & Domestic Window Cleaning
FuIIy insured PoIice cIearance Free quotes
DOUG MILNE 0407 856 965
dougIasmiIne@bigpond.com
The Scotsman with a Squeegee
ENVIRO COASTAL CLEANING
Servicing the Byron and Tweed areas
100% Chemical Free
Quality service guaranteed Domestic and commercial
Cleaning contracts welcome Professional and effcient
CALL US NOW FOR A FREE QUOTE
0478 277 292
Free bottle of aromatherapy room deodoriser on rst visit
COMPUTER SERVICES
DAVID LAWSON COMPUTER SERVICES All services & repairs for PCs............................ 66843955
WISEGAL COMPUTER SERVICES Hardware & software repairs,
networks & internet setup, tuition, mobile female tech.......................... 0405 929371 or 66805456
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02 66 848 010 0418 767 774
COMPUTER REPAIRS
IMAX COMPUTERS
Byron Bay Since 1998
PC & Mac
MOBILE SERVICE
URGENT WIRELESS
SALES
VIRUS
Authorised Service Provider
Serving Byrons Mac Users for over 20 Years with
Apple Certified Technicians for In & Out of Warranty Repairs
6685 8796 hrs: m-fri 9-5 sat 9-1 (we do callouts too!)
Lightforce Computers
Authorised
Reseller mullummac
MAC IT EASY ON YOURSELF
(02) 66 191 777
www.mullummac.com
info@mullummac.com
Corner of Gordon &
Burringbar Streets
Mullumbimby
Repairs, upgrades, maintenance, tuition, data recovery,
broadband setup. Used Macs for sale.
Apple Certified Support
SaulMordaunt@mac.com
0411 562 111 02 6684 6l9l
CONCRETING
CONCRETING All types of concreting, decorative spray-on paving, no job too small....0414 782866
CONCRETING Steve Baker. Lic 143161C.....................................................................0412 272564
COUNSELLING
PSYCHOTHERAPIST & COUNSELLOR Paul Cooke DipPsych DipCouns Bruns Hds.......0403 204536
CURTAINS, BLINDS & AWNINGS
8howroom 0pen Hon- Fr| 9- 5pm
1|84 6entenn|a| 6t. yron ay
Ph: 80882 FREE H&0 0N8|TE
P|antat|on 8hutters
T|mber Venet|ans
8unscreen Ro|| ||nds
Roman ||nds
Externa| Awn|ngs
6urta|ns & Track|ng
8hoj| 8creen 0oors

DECKS, PATIOS & EXTENSIONS


The Deck Doctor
Specialising in: Sanding and Renishing, Repairs
and Maintenance, Timber and Cable balustrading
Richard Neylan richardneylan@iprimus.com.au
0407 821 690
DENTISTS
BANGALOW DENTAL HEALTH In the Medical Centre Complex, Bangalow...................... 66872766
BRUNSWICK HOLISTIC DENTAL CENTRE ...................................................................... 66851264
MARTIN ACKLAND &TERRY McKIERNAN Banora Point .............................................07 55234090
SHORES DENTAL Brian Donnellan & Richard Conn. Rajah Rd, Ocean Shores .................... 66803477
DESIGN & DRAFTING
ACCENT COLOR PLAN COPYING / PRINTING ................................................................. 66856236
BAREFOOT BUILDING DESIGN NewHomes & additions ..........................Bob Acton 0407 787993
BYRON ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN &DRAFTING............................ 0423 531448 or 66857713
DAVID ROBINSON DRAFTING Renovation, design & plans................. 0419 880048 or 66858114
MICHAEL SPITERI ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING SERVICE .....................................0417 713033
DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE
CARPARK & DRIVEWAY
MAINTENANCE
CONCRETE EDGING
0418 156 909
Call Steven Butturini
EARTHMOVING & EXCAVATION
3.5 TONNE EXCAVATOR $75 per hour...........................................................................0421 181363
A KANGAMAN Mini Bobcat, Tiptruck, Trenching, Fencing, Retaining walls ...................0424 234500
A NORTHERN RIVERS TRENCHING 65HP chain trencher, 1.5 tonne excavator, tipper.0402 716857
BRUNSWICK BOBCAT HIRE Good rates, very experienced operator. Ilan.....................0414 300012
BRUNSWICK VALLEY DIGGER MAN Excavator & tipper hire ............................ Matt 0427 172684
BYRON BAY BOBCAT &MINI EXCAVATOR.............................................................Ian 0412 853479
MINI EXCAVATOR &TIPPER HIRE................................................................................0412 272564
Ma tt
0427 172 684
All aspects of small earthmoving.
B r u n s w i c k Va l l e y
Digger Man
- 3t Excovotors & I|pper H|re
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TINY EARTHWOR
Philip Toovey 0409 799 909
ph/fax 02 6684 3208
various implements available for limited access projects
EARTHWORKS
s%XCAVATIONs3ITELEVELLING
s#LEARINGs,ARGETIPTRUCKAVAILABLE
"RUCE,ONG0418 515 991
TIP TRUCKS FLOAT TRUCK & DOGS DRIVEWAYS
ROADS HOUSE PADS CLEARING DRAINAGE CARPARKS
BUSH ROCKS ROCK WALLS MACHINE TICKETS
EXCAVATOR
BOBCAT &
WATER TRUCK
Ph: Quentin 0404 193 933
ALL MATERIAL
DELIVERIES
ELECTRICIANS
ALF BURLEY 24 hour call out. Very reasonable rates. Lic 217948C...............................0428 299754
CHRIS APPEL Ocean Shores. Lic EC22349......................................................................0422 607444
CIRCUITS PLUS For everything electrical. Lic 201844C..................................................0422 668582
COUGHRAN ELECTRICAL 24 hour service, Lic 154293C ......................... 0439 624945 or 66804173
CURTIS ELECTRICAL 24 hour service all Byron Shire. Lic 79065C.............................0427 402399
DAN GRAHAM ELECTRICIAN Local & reliable. Lic 226219C................. 0439 860856 or 66845053
HALLMARK ELECTRICAL Domestic, small job specialist. Lic EC41467..........................0407 416575
LIGHTHOUSE ELECTRICAL BYRON BAY Your friendly electrician Lic 233440C ............0450 631183
MULLUMBIMBY ELECTRICAL AND DATA Lic EC34079 ................................................0429 364914
RONNIE SPINKS Everything electrical. Lic 27673 ........................................................0429 802355
SMALL URGENT EMERGENCY JOBS ONLY .........................................................0427 402399
Domestic CommerciaI IndustriaI RuraI
CURTIS ELECTRICAL NSW
Your IocaI experienced and professionaI eIectricians
EIectricaI Data TV AppIiance Repairs
24 Hour Service, 7 days a week. Lic 247725C
1300 639 843
A/H 0427 402 399
LeveI 2 contractor
Overhead / underground
power suppIy
Metering / off peak / soIar
Energy saving advice
QuaIity soIar systems
LED Iighting
CaII Jrgen
0419 772 897 NSW Lic 88593C
QLD Lic 73555
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Commercial
Smoke Alarms
Phone / Data
Test & Tag
Security
Solar
ALL Electrical
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Prompt
Reliable
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Call 0400 826 483 Lic 201844C Small & large jobs
FENCING
A KANGAMAN Post Hole Boring, Retaining Walls & FarmFencing...............................0424 234500
BEDNARZ, H &W, FENCING Specialise in pool, Colorbond & timber fencing.............0417 491136
BENS FENCING Reliable, prompt, quality. 7 day service.............................................0409 983565
BYRON & BEYOND FENCING Any fence, any time, prompt quotes ..... 66804766 or 0416 424256
FIREWOOD
SPLIT & DELIVERED Trailer or truck.............................................................................0424 234500
FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING
Nor t h Coast
Fl oor Sandi ng & Pol i shi ng
New & old oors stairs
For a free quote & quality guaranteed
call Chris Mundey 0 422 9 8 2 0 0 8
Lic 181445C www.cmtimberooring.com.au
Sand|ng 8 poI|sh|ng
Supply & installation of:
Prehn|shed hoors
Tongue 8 groove
Concrete gr|nd|ng
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Martin Hordpenko
D4D4 37B EBB hoorsofd|st|nct|on@yma|I.com
GARDEN & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
AGREENEARTHGardenrestoration, maintenance, tree&rubbishremoval . 66884549 or 0405 716552
ATO Z GARDENSERVICES Lawns, acreage, hedges, clear ups, gutters, pressure cleans.0405 625697
A.C.E. LAWNMOWING Cheap, reliable, guaranteed..................... Sam0438 655763 or 66854237
ABOUT BYRON Lawnmowing, houses to acreage, rubbish removal .. Rick 0409 654946/66804476
ABSOLUTE GARDEN WASTE REMOVAL Prompt & reliable. Large trailer. Free quotes ... 66804704
ACREAGE BRUSHCUTTING & CLEARING SERVICES ..................................................0412 705962
BYRONSHIRELAWN&GARDENAll aspects of gardenmaint, brushcut &rubbishremoval 0468922899
CHEAP LAWNMOWING &MORE envirolawn@bigpond.comPrompt & reliable......................66840235
DISTINCTIVE GARDENS Professional garden maintenance & improvements...............0428 126576
GARDENS RENOVATED Weeding, clear ups, mowing, trimming etc. Reasonable rates. Tim......0405 529275
GREEN WASTE REMOVAL Brushcutting & mowing....................................................0431 700195
GUTTERS CLEANED All areas, free quotes, fully insured............................... 66841778 or 0405 922839
LEAF IT TO US Acreage mowing, lawns, gardens, pressure cleaning, rubbish removal .0402 487213
MOWJOES Lawn & garden maintenance. Fully insured..........................................Joe 0407 065849
MULLUM HANDYMAN Gardening, mowing, rubbish removal, insured.......................0424 954388
MULLUM-MOWING@mullumonline.net. Ride-on .............................................Peter 0423 756394
NORTHERN RIVERS MOWING Acreage specialist. Small/large jobs. Sen/pen rates.....0428 544190
SPECIALIST WEED CONTROL CONTRACTORS / CONSULTANTS .............................0418 110714
TREE &PALMLOPPING Felling, rubbish removal, fully insured, free quotes................0405 620261
101-105 Dalley St, Mullumbimby 6684 2022
PUNPS NDWERS CHAINSAWS
BRUSHCUTTERS RIOE-DNS
DNSITE PUNP ANO RIOE-DN SERVICE
WE FIX
FARM PICK UP PRICES
CT-2 Couch A Grade $3.30 /m
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Trading hours: 7am-4pm Monday to Friday
6684 7380
Prices are GST inclusive
Pick up Ex-Farm - forklift
loaded Cut fresh: require
half day advanced notice
DELIVERY EXTRA
Garden & Property Maintenance
CaII Sam for a free quote
0422 141 798
or 6687 2296
ALSO OFFERING ACREAGE MOWING
Sam PIummer Fully insured
V Mowing / Ride-on
V Brush cutting
V Landscaping
V Rubbish removaI
V Pressure cIeaning
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Acreage specialist. Small to large jobs.
Fast response at competitive rates.
Senior/pensioner discounts.
CaII Geoff on 0 4 2 8 54 4 190
NORTHERN RIVERS MOWING
Call Jeff
02 6680 1728
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GARDEN DESIGN
ADDICTEDTOGARDENINGhorticulturalist, garden design.................................... Paul 0423 675073
GARDENDESIGN, FENGSHUI www.simplybeautifulspaces.com.au......................... Lyn 0428 884329
GAS SUPPLIERS
6680 1575 or 0408 760 609
Free Delivery
No Rental
Reliable
Prompt Service
Competitive
Rates
Locally Owned Est 15 years
GLAZIERS
ALL GLASS BYRON BAY Shower screens & splashbacks..................................................... 66857200
OCEAN SHORES GLASS AND SCREENS Glass splashbacks Lic No 61205C ......................... 66803333
GRAPHIC DESIGN
REAL.CREATIVE Graphic Design & Branding....................................0415 202382 or 0402 812792
GUTTERING
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0405 922 839 or AH 6684 1778 ABN 180 623 364 42
Gutter guard
Gutter cleaning
Locally owned
Fully insured
Free quotes
HANDYPERSONS
A TO Z HANDYMAN SERVICES Jack of All ....................................Andre 66847553 or 0439 495247
A VERY HANDY MAN for just about anything ...........................Andrew66877674 or 0412 558890
A1 HOME MAINTENANCE &PROPERTY MANAGEMENT services. Repairs-renos-painting-carpentry-
lawns-pressure &gutter cleaning etc. Lic 213061C. Professional &friendly, 30yrs exp.......0419 478459
ABSOLUTE HANDYMAN Repairs, renovation, maintenance........................................0402 281638
ALL-WAYS HANDY Carpentry, 25yrs exp, owner/builder friendly Lic 211584C.. Steve 0416 043297
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HANDYPERSONS (continued)
ALL JOBS Handyman & clean-up service, 20 years exp....................................Stephen 0411 642848
CAPE BYRON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE all areas. TomScott .................................0418 600576
FLYSCREENS REPLACED on windows and doors. Phone Keith .....................................0411 466211
HANDYMAN with 25 years carpentry experience .............................................................. 66840227
MULLUM HANDYMAN Maintenance, repairs, painting, renovations, gardening ........0424 954388
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0415 194 654
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HEALTH
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Dentists, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry
ACUPUNCTURE & COSMETIC MEDICINE Dr AdamOsborne........................................... 66857366
ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE MCollis................................................. 66842559
ACUPUNCTURE KimKilgarif specialising in Japanese, Chinese & Esoteric ............text 0414 692673
ACUPUNCTURE www.marlenefarry.com Facial rejuvenation, general practice .............. 66842400
BRYANT HOPLEY Herbalism, homeopathy, nutrition. Byron Bay ..................................... 66857225
KINESIOLOGY & REMEDIAL MASSAGE Paritosho Rowe................................................. 66802475
||Vl 8|000 !CkllN|N6 Naturopath. Phillippa Church .................................................. 66801401
LYMPHATIC MASSAGE, KINESIOLOGY, HERBAL MEDICINE Karen Poole...................0413 519308
MULLUMBIMBY HERBALS Naturopathy, massage. 79 Stuart St..................................... 66843002
MULLUMBIMBY MASSAGE, CHIROPRACTIC & PERSONAL TRAINING...................... 66841028
MULLUMBIMBY MEDICAL CENTRE 60 Stuart St............................................................ 66841511
MULLUMBIMBY SKIN CLINIC 58 Stuart Street ................................................................. 66844400
QUINTESSENCE NATURAL HEALTH &BEAUTY Naturopathy, massage,
natural skincare, natural beauty. Shop 5/11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay .................................... 66855533
HIRE
BYRON HIRE Building & home handyman equipment hire ....... www.byronhire.com.au 66856228
BYRON WEDDING & PARTY HIRE ..........www.byronbayweddingandpartyhire.com.au 66855483
CRANE TRUCK 6.5mtray. All areas ............................................................ Phone Mick 0432 401334
CRANE TRUCK Lift 3 tonnes, carry 10 tonnes .................................................... Wayne 0401 471097
MULLUMHIRE Builders, party and much more .......................www.mullumhire.com.au 66843003
HORSE SERVICES
HOLISTIC HORSE RIDING COACH Beginners-Advanced. Lisa.............. 66845053 or 0423 087647
INTERIOR DESIGN
KATE PLATT Interior Designs, www.kateplatt.com................................ 0411 888416 or 66807606
KITCHENS
SHAUN LEMURA KITCHENS & CABINETS Byron Bay. 14yrs+qualifed exp.............0499 771769
LANDSCAPING
ADAMEARTHSCAPE Retaining walls. Paving. Concrete paths. Tipper truck/loader.......0411 726604
CLEARWATER CREATIONS Paving, landscaping & ecoscapes .....................................0438 296275
GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS All aspects of landscaping & design. Lic 212479C..0415 755337
SUBTROPICALLANDSCAPES.COM.AU 20 years exp. Lic 231789C................................0405 122456
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1176 Myocum Rd, Mullumbimby (just past golf course)
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LAWNMOWER REPAIRS
BYRON mower, brushcutter, chainsaw, ride-on etc repairs, pickup & delivery ..............0429 707286
TYAGARAH MOWER REPAIRS Pacifc Hwy (next to Bruns Wreckers), Tyagarah.......... 0488 094025
LEGAL SERVICES
CourtAssist.com.au We look after you in Criminal, Traf c & Family LawCourts......0434 129866
PAUL J NIJHOF Solicitor Criminal Defence and Family LawCourts ...........................0434 129866
LIGHTING
BYRONIAN LIGHTWORKS 1/80 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay......................................... 66855744
Unit 5, 21-23 Tasman Way, Byron Bay Arts & Ind. Est.
(02) 6680 7007 www.creativelightingsolutions.com.au
Architectural & Landscape Lighting Specialists
Free onsite consultancy service
MOTORING
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MECHANICAL REPAIRS, WARREN SIMMONS Byron Bay ................................................. 66858500
Tyres Batteries WheeI AIignments
MULLUMBIMBY TYRE SERVICE
DaIIey Street, MuIIumbimby 6684 2016
LEGENDARY
OFFROAD TYRES
NATUROPATHY
BRYANT HOPLEY Herbalism, homeopathy, nutrition. Byron Bay ..................................... 66857225
OSTEOPATHY
BRUNSWICK HEADS OSTEOPATHY Sue Broadbent &Toby Mills. Monday Saturday...... 66851126
BYRON OSTEOPATHIC CARE FOR WOMEN Eve Schoenheimer...................................... 66853660
NORTH COAST OSTEOPATHY Jodie Jacobs & Jamie Bennett. Mon-Fri............................. 66857517
RETRAIN HEALTH OSTEOPATHY Dr Nicolas Re www.retrainhealth.com.......................... 66807447
TRADITIONAL OSTEOPATHY Lennox Head Michael Petrie................................................. 66874410
Sue Broadbent & Toby Mills
Clinic open Monday to Saturday
2/32 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads. Tel 02 6685 1126
PAINTING
AD PAINTING by John Hand. Lic 13246C............................................... 0413 185399 or 66841249
BYRON PAINTING Immediate starts, great rates. Lic 239832C .....................................0427 669806
DEREK BULLION PAINTING Free quotes. Lic R98818.......................... 0414 225604 or 66805049
Kl|V|N&k08lkI Ilk|l Painters &decorators. Lic R65919.............. 0400 349027 or 0438 842731
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KNIGHTSBRIDGE
Interior & exterior Restoration Free quotes
CaII LIoyd SherIock
02 6687 2351 ] 0410 871 662
BangaIow Road, Byron Bay Lic No. 130781C
PAINTERS & DECORATORS
Special room rate available. 40 years experience.
Only using qualied tradesman. Licensed and insured. Lic# 82025C.
6685 5539 / 0418 327 731 / baza.richards@gmail.com
F A I N I E k A N D D E C O k A I O k
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PEST CONTROL
TROPICALE Integrated Pest Management Techniques .................................................0418 110714
Comprehensive management plans & property inspections
Spray-free cockroach treatments Non-toxic termite control
If you have found termites do not disturb them! Contact us for advice.
6685 4490 or after hours on 0414 769 018 www.sanctuarypest.com.au
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PHYSIOTHERAPY
ANTHONY DORSOGNAPhysiotherapy, hydrotherapy, acupuncture Sufolk Park 1 Bryce St.. 66853511
BANGALOWPHYSIOTHERAPY Manual therapies, acupuncture, pilates.
Liz Thomas, Libby Nelson, Cally OHara................................................................................ 66872330
CLAUDIA MIRDITA Craniosacral therapy, physiotherapy.................................................... 66857222
C0NI|NlNCl / |l|V|C ||00k Janelle Angel. 3/10 Station Street, Bangalow................. 66872337
EWINGSDALE PHYSIOTHERAPY Renata Tenta. Also home visits.................................... 66847838
LIBBIE NELSON PHYSIOAcupuncture, yoga &therapy, BFL, Herbs, CS. Byron Bay......0416 369698
NICK EDMOND, TROY EADY, LISA FITZPATRICK Physiotherapy, acupuncture,
clinical pilates, womens health &yoga. Cnr Dalley St &Burringbar St, Mullumbimby............ 66843255
OCEAN SHORES PHYSIOTHERAPY Nigel Pitman
Manual therapies, dry needling, customorthotics .............................................................. 66803499
PAULA RAYMOND-YACOUB Acupuncture & physio......................................................... 66851646
PETRA KARNI Physiotherapy, Craniosacral, Alexander Technique. Byron.......................... 66807207
PICTURE FRAMING
BILLINUDGEL CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 7/1 Wilfred St, Billinudgel ....................... 66803444
GOTHIC PICTURE FRAMERS Mullum. Mexican Art. OpenThu & Fri 10-4 ....................... 66841647
CUSTOM MADE FRAMI NG
pr ofessi onal canvas st r et chi ng & gi cl ee pr i nt i ng
qual i t y ar t suppl i es
Still @ the centre 3 Centennial Ct 6685 5808
PLASTERING
COL JENKINS PLASTER Gyprock, renovations, repairs. No job too small.....................0401 078733
PLA STERING CONTRA CTOR
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
C. A. Warwick Lic. No. 114578C
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PLUMBERS
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k0M||0M8|N6 !lkV|Cl! No job too small. Lic 234528C. ........................Call Adam0466 992483
BILL CONNORS All plumbing/draining. Lic #1051.................................. 66801403 or 0414 801403
BLOCKED DRAINS? Water jetter, cctv................................................................................. 66809997
CAPE BYRON PLUMBING Commercial, maintenance, gasftting Lic 4838......................... 66809997
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DART PLUMBING Plumbing, roofng, gas. Byron Bay. Lic 1175539C.............................0421 334515
I LOVE PLUMBING Call Steve Lic 148904C ....................................................................0412 916140
LAMARO PLUMBING Plumbing, drainage & gas ftting. Lic 220106C.........................0408 365092
MARK CORBETT Plumbing, drainage, gas ftting. Lic 13121................. 66877645 or 0418 210802
MARK STRATTON PLUMBING All aspects & emergency work. Lic 57803C..................0419 019035
HRH PLUMBING (newbusiness) Prompt, reliable, ef cient. Lic 220755C........Harley 0402 652017
NEED A PLUMBER?DRAINER?GASFITTER?
BYRON SHIRE
Chay 6680 5081
0429 805 081
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PIumbing, roong & gas Lic 154590C
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PRINTING & COPYING SERVICES
ACCENT COLOR The Copy & Laminating Shop .................................................................... 66856236
NORTH COAST PRINT SOLUTIONS Graphic design & printers ........................................ 66858264
PRiNTWORKS
7 Manns Road Mullum 6684 3633
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BEYOND BYRON REMOVALS
Ready for work within & beyond Byron
Brisbane Sydney backloading
For careful service & great rates
phone 66801158 or 0408 004719
Andy s Move & Mor e
Smal l and Medi um Moves, Ti p Runs and
Del i ver i es, 1 or 2 Men at Low Pr i ces
Byr on Bay and Mul l umbi mby based
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THE SHIRE FREIGHT CO
From Middle Pocket to Middle Earth just give us a ring
Freight services to Brisbane Mon & Wed
Carriers of ne art Furniture removaI
E-bay pick up & deIivery
6687 6445 / 0409 917646
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Cape Byron Removals
8 Grevillea St, Byron Arts & Industry Estate
Based in the Byron Arts & Industry Estate
Continuing to serve the Byron Shire
LocaI Brisbane Sydney MeIbourne InIand
Byron's oIdest and most trusted removaIist
Seniors card
accepted
LIGHTHOUSE REMOVALS
(02) 6684 5395 042050 5395 www.lighthouseremovals.com.au
Friendly Staff
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RESUMES
RESUMES, LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION Reasonable rates. Mark................................. 66877792
RUBBISH REMOVAL
ALL GARDEN & GENERAL WASTE removed cheap. Ph Mark......................................0421 932945
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BYRON SKIPS &RUBBISH REMOVAL..........................................................................0450 300360
OCEAN SHORES SKIPS Mini skip specialists ......................................................................0412 161564
WILL SHIFT Trailer loads, tip runs..................................................... PhWill 66843080 or 0404 466867
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BYRON CASH FOR SCRAP
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SECURITY SERVICES
BRUNSWICK VALLEY LOCKSMITHS Shirewide ............................................................0412 144679
SEPTIC SYSTEMS
Trine Solutions
SEWAGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS
Sustainable environmental outcomes
Drainage, Gastting & Plumbing
6680 2358 / www.trinesolutions.com.au / 0407 439 805
Licence No.
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TRINE
SEWING & ALTERATIONS
SEWING REPAIRS & ALTERATIONS All areas.............................................................Jan 66849398
SEWING MACHINE SALES & SERVICE
A1 SEWING MACHINES PARTS & REPAIRS Since 1964. Leaders in service ................. 66847447
SHOE REPAIRS
IN THE GREEN BUILDING ............................2/23 Brigantine St, Byron Arts &Industry Estate
SOCIAL ESCORTS
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FunrIIon room & VIF Iounga
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(02) 6674 8368
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SOLAR INSTALLATION
P: 02 6679 7228 E: sunbeamsolar@bigpond.com www.sunbeamsolar.com.au
Your local installer dealing in Sharp Solar Modules, Australian made Latronic Inverters and
Century/Yuasa batteries. Specialists in Standalone and Grid Interact Solar Power Systems.
Serving this area for 14 years.
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STONEMASONRY
STONEMASONRY www.nehemiahfetcher.com...........................................................0417 405209
SWIMMING POOLS
MULLUMBIMBY POOL SHOP Water tesing, Eco products, mobile servicing Lic 39126 ... 66844846
POOL WERX NORTHERN RIVERS Stu Hallam...........................................................0412 189466
ATTENTON POOL OWNERS
AII pooI requirements ProfessionaI advice Water testing
FriendIy service PooI servicing
73 Station St, Mullumbimby
(opp. Council chambers)
6684 S00S
TILING
JOHN STEELE CERAMIC TILER Established since 1987 in local area. Lic 9034C..........0417 669236
TILER Bathroomrepairs, walls & foors. Lic 75915 ...............................................Andy 0419 478248
TILER/STONEMASON/WATERPROOFER Lic 24418C. Phone Karl................................... 66804103
SHE TILES
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Kitchens, bathrooms, laundries, tile repairs & waterproofing
Leaking showers repaired & sealed
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TRAVEL
TREE SERVICES
7 TILL 7 TREE SERVICES Tree removal & chipping ......................................................0427 347380
A KANGAMAN Trimming, Pruning & rubbish removal. Garden Mulch..........................0424 234500
AVHM TREE SERVICES Happy to help.....................................Andrew66877674 or 0412 558890
CHOPPY CHOP TREE SERVICE Bobcat, crane truck, 18chipper.................................0408 202184
NORTHERN TREE CARE Consulting arborist, tree surgery...........................................0414 186161
SUMMERLAND TREE SERVICES ............................................... Call Jo 66877677 or 0417 698227
TREE CONTROL Safe lopping, removal, 12chipper, stump grinder. Free quotes ..........0422 767677
QuaIihed Arborist Tree Pruning
Tree RemovaI Stump RemovaI MuIching
FuIIy Insured Same Day Response
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JIMS TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
UPHOLSTERY
BANGALOWUPHOLSTERY Re-covering specialists ........................................................... 66805255
BYRON BAY UPHOLSTERY Soft furnishings & outdoor........................ 66853745 or 0403 713303
VETERINARY SURGEONS
MULLUM VET CLINIC Neil Farquhar, Richard Gregory & Jamie Lines. 24 hours 7 days ..... 66843818
VITALITY VETCARE Bangalow. Megan Kearney ................................................................. 66870675
WATER FILTERS
FILTERED FRESH Water purifcation systems. Commercial, home, rural. All areas.........0414 229114
The Wat er Fi l t er
Exper t s
for home, commercial
and rural properties
6680 8200 or
0418 108 181
WATER TANKS & TANK CLEANING
BYRON SHIRE WATER TANK CLEANING Free quotes...............................Phone Peter 0432 680913
WATER TANKS &WATER TANK CLEANING All areas ......................... 66888055 or 0407 002833
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BYRON BAY WEB HOSTING Green web host www.byronbaywebhosting.com.au.....0411 356242
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Strings Attached
THE RUG SHOP BANGALOW
HYPNOTHERAPY
& counselling. Wendy Purdey.
Enquires & appts 66802630. Details:
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J KRISHNAMURTI
In conversation with scientists
DVD screening 1pm Thurs 5 July at
Byron Masonic Ctr. All welcome
SANDY STEVENSON
Flame of Ascension Workshop
Sat 14 Jul, 10am-6pm Ewingsdale Hall
Special day with many Cosmic Beings.
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COMMUNITY SALSA CLASSES $5
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EGYPTIAN DANCE
Classes start Sat 21st JULY 2pm
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Mandala Workshop
Suit all ages, no experience necessary.
Wed 4th July 10-2pm, light lunch
provided Booking essential $45pp incl
materials
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PROBATE NOTICES
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW
SOUTH WALES PROBATE DIVISION .
After 14 days from publication of this
notice an application for probate of the
Will dated 4 April 2012 of JOHN ANDREW
BURGESS late of Lennox Head, teacher,
will be made by Michael James Burgess,
the Executor named in the Will. Creditors
are required to send particulars of their
claims upon his estate to BOTTRILL
VAN KEMPEN Solicitors & Attorneys, 8
Byron Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481. Ph
66808522 or Fax 66808511
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NSW
PROBATE DIVISION After 14 days from
publication of this notice an application
for probate of the Will dated 18 Aug 2001
of MICHAEL VAUGHAN CUMPSTON
late of 15 Bencluna Rd, Eureka NSW
2480, Veterinarian (retired) will be made
by Malcolm, Brendan, Sean & Jeffrey
Cumpston. Creditors are required to send
particulars of their claims upon his estate
to Malcolm Cumpston, 15 Bencluna Rd,
Eureka NSW 2480
AGMs
COORABELL HALL ASSOCIATION
will hold its AGM
on Monday 16th July at Coorabell Hall
from 7.30pm. All welcome.
See www.coorabellhall.net
PROF. SERVICES
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HEALTH
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ASHTANGA YOGA
Mon-Fri 9.30am. ALL WELCOME
Ph Sam 0412147020. Christian Sat 9
& 10am Sun 10am. 0457722346. Deb &
Tahl Tues/Thurs 5.30pm. 0418620927
Kahuna Bodywork
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INDEX
Annual General Meetings ....... 36
Birthdays ................................. 41
Businesses For Sale ............... 38
Car Service ............................. 38
Childcare ................................. 36
Computers ............................... 38
Death Notices .......................... 41
For Sale ................................... 38
Funeral Notices ....................... 41
Garage Sales .......................... 38
Halls For Hire .......................... 37
Health Notices ......................... 36
Holiday Accommodation ........ 38
Houses For Sale ..................... 38
Lost & Found ........................... 41
Machinery ................................ 38
Motor Vehicles ......................... 38
Musical Notes .......................... 40
Only Adults .............................. 41
Pets .......................................... 41
Positions Vacant ...................... 40
Probate Notices....................... 36
Professional Services ............. 36
Property For Sale .................... 38
Public Notices.......................... 36
Readings ................................. 36
Share Accommodation ........... 39
Short Term Accommodation ... 38
Social Escorts ......................... 41
Thank You ................................ 36
To Lease .................................. 40
To Let ....................................... 39
Tradework ................................ 37
Tree Services .......................... 38
Tuition ...................................... 40
Wanted .................................... 38
Wanted To Rent....................... 40
Work Wanted ........................... 40
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Workshops
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
NEW SOUTH WALES EQUITY
DIVISION.
Af ter 14 days from the
publication of this notice an
application for Probate of the Will
dated 16 June 2008 of the late
Jacqueline Gweneth Ritchie,
Homemaker, of 333 Nor th Creek
Road Lennox Head, NSW will
be made by her Executors Craig
William Ritchie and Malcolm
Edward Ritchie. Creditors are
required to send par ticulars of
their claims upon her estate
to JENSENS SOLICITORS &
ATTORNEYS, 7/62 Ballina Street,
(PO Box 233) Lennox Head NSW
2478. Phone (02) 6687 5333.
Thank you
for making our
launch an
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Conference Facilities
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Accredited Experienced Tutor
0423 293 995
Sunday JuIy 8th
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8 days mind/body
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Early bird prices
by 14th of July
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Ocean Shores
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All services bulk billed
Open 8am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
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The Echo apologises
for the error in
last weeks
Red Tent Yoga
coloured ad in the
classieds.
Please see this weeks
ad for all the relevant
information.
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THAI MASSAGE 1.5hrs $50, home visit
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Phone 0409534052, 66843705
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1st session half price. Ph 0411206997
HALLS FOR HIRE
CRABBES CK COMMUNITY HALL
All functions. Day classes welcome.
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2 Weeks for $20
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:SASSY SALSA:
NOW IN BANGALOW
Salsa and Latin dancing
New beginners class 6pm
starts Fri 29th June
Welcome party from 7pm
Bangalow Bowling Club
Ph: 0429 053 088
Leyla, Tim and Daniella
www.sassysalsa.com.au
Eeka King
BHSc (Acup) AACMA
Fertility, pregnancy
& childbirth
specialist.
David King
Adv Dip (Acup) AACMA
Pain conditions.
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disturbances & general.
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BAYSIDE ACUPUNCTURE
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ASHTANGA
YOGA
All levels
Wed & Fri
9.30am to 11am
The Parish Hall
15 Tennyson St
Byron Bay
Christine
0413 408 819
KEEP
CALM
AND
DO
YOGA
Certied
BOWEN THERAPY
Deep tissue & relaxation
massage / dorn therapy
Call Chelhie Body Therapy
0409 112 075
Clinic in Byron Bay
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Winter Specials for locals.
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Ross Love
25yrs exp. 7 days. 8am-8pm.
6685 5952
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ZUMBA
St Finbarrs Primary School Hall
Mon 4.30pm (50+/beg), 5.30pm
Byron Scout Hall
Wed 8.30am (50+/beg), Wed 9.30am,
Thurs 5.15pm, Sat 9am
Federal Hall
Thurs 9.30am
$12 adults, $8 students (F/T)
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Intuitive
Readings
Avril Rose
25 years experience
One of Australias top 10 readers
Ph: 6684 0472
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Deep massage
Deep stretch
Deep stillness
phone kate 0449 196 949
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zenthai shiatsu
BABY SWIM
9Heated indoor splash pool
9Infant & toddler classes
9Skilful & gentle tuition
9Enjoy beautiful Mevlana
Ph Karin (Mukti)
on 6684 3153
DipEd., Aust.
Swim Certificate
11 yrs experience
Personal Trainer
Supported moves
to wellness
All styles
All levels
Ocean Shores Home Studio
Ph 0420 295 239
K at e C hase
relationship counselling
family mediation
co-parenting coaching
tel: 0402 207 137
www.KateChase.com.au
BAppSc, G rad Dip Relationship Therapy
Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
Yasmin Lang
Innermost Harmony
Massage Refexology
Energetic Facial Release
Gentle Remedial massage
0437 866 424
Health Funds apply
Ashtanga Yoga and
Vinyasa Krama
1 Month Yoga Program
with Matthew Sweeney
Byron Bay Nov 11 to Dec 7
bendsalot@gmail.com
www.yogatemple.com
Rolng Byron Bay
Jeremy Sutton
www.rolngbyronbay.com
0407 132 921
When our
body is out
of alignment
pain &
dysfunction
often follow
DO YOU WANT TO
KNOW THE MENTAL &
EMOTIONAL CAUSE
OF YOUR ILLNESS OR
UNHAPPINESS
& HOW TO HEAL IT??
0420 903 262
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BRENT VERCO
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC
6684-1028
THURS PM, MON, WED,
FRI & SAT AM
CHIROPRACTOR
JON RUSSELL
COUNSELLING
Adult, adolescent, couples
BODYWORK & MASSAGE
@ Mullum & Lennox
Experience * Insight * compassion
phone 0433 707 437
www.jonramarussell.com.au
6am 8am 10am 12pm 4pm 6pm
Mon
TT
Beginner
Chloe
Dynamic
Nadine
Essentials
TT
Beginner
Sarah
Essentials
Tue
TT
Beginner
Kirsty
Dynamic
Tara
Essentials
TT
Beginner
Lila
Restorative
Wed
TT
Beginner
Ella
Dynamic
Kirsty
Essentials
Jacinta
Essentials
TT
Beginner
Kirsty
Esssentials
Thu
TT
Beginner
Kath
Dynamic
Kath
Dynamic
TT
Beginner
Fri
TT
Beginner
Nadine
Dynamic
Ella
Essentials
Gitam
Restorative
Sat
TT
Beginner
Alex
Dynamic
Kirsty
Dynamic
Alex
Dynamic
Sun
TT
Beginner
TT
Beginner
Wong
Dynamic
TT
Beginner
Studio - 6 Byron St (above Centrelink) www.byronyoga.com | ph: 6685 8327 | info@byronyoga.com
Classes $17 or 5 for $70
Teacher Trainee (TT) led classes $8 at 6am and $10at 4pm
Classesareopenandsuitablefor all yogis, beginner toadvanced
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Asana, breath, meditation, philosophy
JOHN OGILVIE
Teaching at 8am on Mon, Wed & Fri
From 9th July next week
LEVEL 1 YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
Byron Bay, Aug 5 16
See website for details
for enquiries or bookings call 0413 294 866
10/21-23 Tasman Way Byron Ar t s & Indust r ial Est at e (locat ed on
cor ner Wollongbar & Tasman) email: info@redt ent yoga.com.au

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WELCOME
TO OUR
NEW SPACE!
Shakti Moves . 10am Leyolah Antara
Community Acupuncture NEW TIME . 12-4pm
Prenatal Yoga . 5.30pm Natasha
Loving Being a Mother Group
.
7.15pm Marion Rose
(4 wk course 9th - 30th July)
Byron Pregnancy Suppor t Group . 10-1pm
Mums & Toddler Yoga . 9.30am Emma
Mums & Bubs Yoga . 11am Emma
Womens Room $25 Clinic . 1-5pm
Yin Yoga for Women . 5.30pm Tara
Prenatal Yoga . 9.30am Emma
Mums Suppor t Groups:
11am on 1st / 3rd Thurs of month
Healing From Bir th: 11am 2nd / 4th Thurs of month
Aware Parenting Course
. 2-4pm Marion Rose
(4 wk course 6th - 27th July) (parents of babies 0-12months)
Prenatal Yoga . 8am Natasha
MON
TUE

WED

THUR

FRI

SAT
Shakti Moves . 10am Leyolah Antara
Community Acupuncture NEWTIME . 12-4pm
Prenatal Yoga . 5.30pm Natasha
Loving Being a Mother Group
.
7.15pmMarion Rose
(4 wk course 9th - 30th July)
MON
Mums & Toddler Yoga . 9.30am Emma
Mums & Bubs Yoga . 11am Emma
Womens Room $25 Clinic . 1-5pm
Yin Yoga for Women . 5.30pm Tara
WED

Aware Parenting Course
.
2-4pmMarion Rose
(4 wk course 6th - 27th July) (parents of babies 0-12months)
FRI

Massage by
Appointment
0413 294 866
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Byron Bay Bobcat
& MINI EXCAVATOR HIRE
All areas, tipper, augers &
rubbish removal. Ph Ian 0412853479
CONCRETING Daryl Salisbury Concrete
Contractors. All forms of concreting, steel
& formwork. Over 20 yrs exp Byron Shire.
Lic 136717C. Ph 0418234302
TREE SERVICES
COMPUTERS
FOR PROFESSIONAL efcient and rapid
computer help & repair with a difference.
Ring MazMobileIT on 0411426289 Byron
Shire and surrounding areas
PC REPAIR setup, virus removal. Prompt,
reliable, 11 years experience, $50 per
hour. Phone Daniel 0422804449
FOR SALE
COMPOST TOILETS
Garry Scott 66843468
EXOTIC PLANT SALE now at Timber
Slab Factory. Phone 0438336911
IRON WOOD ROOFING SHINGLES
$25/sqm. Phone 66856379
X10 FUGI FILM DIGITAL CAMERA 12
mega pixels 4x optical zoom, 28mm wide
angle - 112mm telephoto + lens hood, +
16 GB card. As new $600. Ph 66804760
COLD ROOM 18 pallet capacity, as new,
Bangalow, purchase/lease. 0408990805
TEMPUR
Range of bedding now available at
BRIDGLANDS SLEEPZONE
Mullumbimby 66842511
BICYCLES pre-loved from $50. Repairs.
Ph 66804165 or 0431540579
GO PRO HD
SPORTS CAMERAS
In stock now at Bridglands
Retravision Mullum 66842511
BILLINUDGEL
LANDSCAPING SUPPLIES
Cypress mulch now available.
Mon to Fri 7.30 - 4pm, Sat 8am - 11.30
Sun from 10 till 12. Ph 66804555
ARCHIBALDS CHEAP
QUARRY PRODUCTS
Road base, gravel, blue metal and metal
dust. ALL SIZE DELIVERIES.
Phone 66845517, 0418481617
TIMBER, pine, treated pine, hardwood,
mouldings, sleepers, fencing, Koppers
logs, ply, MDF, lattice, made to order.
Brims Builders Hardware, Billinudgel
02 66801718, Sth Tweed 07 55236002
BAMBOO PLY
from $10.50sqm & Bamboo Flooring.
For ceilings, walls, doors, etc.
Ph 66884188 - sample & brochure
www.bambooply.com.au
WASHING MACHINE auto $180, fridge
2 door $250, delivery. Ph 0413589388
100% Locally Made
Beautiful. Unique. Affordable
Hammer & Hand Jewellery Collective
Ti-Tree Pl, A&I Est. 10am-4pm, 7 days
www.hammerandhand.com.au
GRAND PIANO BLACK 1991 YAMAHA
G3 F 201cm, perfect condition, including
tuning and delivery. Suitable for concerts
or recording. Bought new in Lismore,
one owner, very little use. Full rich tone,
$13,500 ono. Ph 0412216019
VACUUM BAGS
To suit most makes & models
BRIDGLANDS
Mullumbimby. 66842511
BAY WINDOW price reduced again to
$200, good condition, pick up only from
Mullumbimby. Ph 0418958467
SAMSUNG TV 32 LED 3D
As new $500 ono. Phone 0447929492
FRIDGE almost new, freezer below $750
ono, washing machine $350 ono, dryer
$350 ono. Ph 0405929371
MULCH BALES
delivery avail. 0419668422 or 66842092
TIP RUNS
Move Stuff. 0411310993
ANTIQUE pair elm Chinese tables 110+
yrs old with cert $280 pair. 0414312300
LAMPS pair retro, black base cane/wicker
shade $65 ono pair. 0414312300
TABLE low small round, light timber $75
ono. Phone 0414312300
VINTAGE UPRIGHT ARCADE Galaga
games machine with 60 classic games
including Galaga, 1942, Xevious, Donkey
Kong etc. Great working order $2500 ono.
Ph 0402097217
BALINESE TIMBER & Rattan dining
chairs x 6, VGC best offer. 0421603564
BANGALOW antique dining table $200,
antique ofce desk $80, tall brown glass
door cupboard $180, oil 10 ns heater
$70, QS wooden bed $250, Posturepedic
mattress $170, quality chairs $35ea, new
double mattress $60. Ph 0458245123
DAYBEDS $450 - BRAND NEW
Recycled hwood w mattress & pillows.
Can deliver. Ph 0413509348
FRIDGE/FREEZER Sharp, new Oct
2010, 222L, SJ-222S $295. 0414808319
BICYCLES buy, sell, repair, recycle. Adult
bikes from $60. Phil 0413779223
WORM CASTING JUICE concentrate $1
per litre, bulk rates avail. Ph 0437763683
HOME THEATRE SPEAKER SYSTEM
6-piece, Jensen Groove 300, brand new,
10yr warranty, new price $900, sell $450
ono. Ph 0401186114
BED Queen, chest drawers, 2 x bedsides,
Apollo bike & accessories, snowboard,
3 stack surfboard bag. Call James
0429909611
LAPTOP As new Toshiba A660 Intel i7
500GB 8GB RAM + TV laptop $950.
SITAR: exclusive Varanasi swan neck
needs re-stringing $450. High quality
Spanish Admira Malaga - EC solid top
acoustic GUITAR with high reach neck
and inbuilt Fishman Classic 4 pickup and
equalizer and beautiful solid case $900.
Ph Sol 0403649994

KITCHEN FOR SALE in good condition
2.3m x 3.0m x 900mm. Could be used in
different conguration. Ph 0412278512
1966 VESPA 150 SUPER Currently
dismantled for painting. Engine still intact
and working. Selling as is with workshop
manual $999. Ph 0434519783
DOUBLE BED steel frame $85 ono. Near
new curtains $50 ono. Ph 0401186114
WHEELBARROW $40 ono. Bug eater
$70 ono. Phone 0401186114
QUALITY FURNISHINGS some near
new, fab Bali daybed $500, bookcases
from $50, fridge 245l $50, ling cabinet
$40, drawers $40, student desk $50, big
Kilim cushions $25ea + more! 66856645
ADULT BIKES x 2 $60ea, one motorised
bike excel cond $490, 1920s handmade
cupboard with oval mirror $300, lge
mahogany cupboard with drawers $250.
66804714 or 0434940588
BIG PLANT SALE
Uncle Toms Pies. Sat 9am - 3pm
FRIDGE Electrolux 380Lt, freezer below,
good cond $450. Ph 0403726526
HONDA EM 65IS GENERATOR $3000
ono. 30 hours running time. 0428875422
Echo CIassieds 66841777
WINDOW 1 alum 275 x 185, 1 sliding
door 214 x 210, tog $600. 1 x Jackaroo
prof BBQ $200. All vg cond. 66849298
GAS PATIO HEATER Rinnai $95,
cane tub chairs X4 $90ea, desk wood/
white with side cupds 1.25m X 50cm
$85, chair wood/white w arm rests $45,
storage cupboards white 3 shelves 1.2mH
x 60cmW X 58cmD $65. Ph 66871972
WANTED
TABLE TENNIS TABLE in good cond.
Fold up version on wheels if possible.
Phone 0412394932 or 66872988
OLD MOTORBIKE any make, any year,
any cond. Will pickup. 0427109195
GOOD used furniture bought and sold
Bridglands Mullumbimby 66842511
ALL GOLD
Scrap gold, damaged/unwanted
modern & antique jewellery.
$$ Good prices paid $$
Cedar House 140 Dalley St
Phone 0428668426 or 66842653
30 years trading in Mullumbimby.
Honest & reliable service
Hi Mullumbimby, I moved here from
Byron Bay a year ago and my daughter
still attends Byron Bay public school. Is
there anyone in Mullum with kids at Byron
public school? If so are you interested
in starting a carpool? Email me on
imcrystal@me.com or ph 0407579378
BOOKS BOUGHT FOR CASH
Always buying quality secondhand,
old & rare books in most elds.
Thinkers Bookshop, 4 Seaview Street,
Kingscliff. Ph 66740786
GARAGE SALES
HUGE SALE moving overseas, whole h/
hold, everything must go! Sat & Sun all
day, 9 Kiah Cl, O.Shores. 0405929371
MULLUM 11 Kamala Ct Sat. Household
items, furniture, books & clothes
BRUNSWICK 18 Nana St, Sat, clothing,
jewellery, plants, h/hold, bric a brac
BYRON 10 Mackay St. Sat 8am. Clothes,
hhold items, books, baby stuff, lounge
BYRON BAY 18 Coral Crt, Sat 8-1pm.
Beds, sofas, clothes & surfboards. All at
fantastic prices
MULLUM 12 Tristran Pde Sat 8-12
Household, clothes, furn, toys, books
GREVILLEA ST STORAGE Byron A & I
Est, Sat 8am-1pm. 3-seat lounges, dining
setting, new Rebok shoes, bedsides,
shelves, contemp paperbacks, camping,
timber plus much more
CLEARANCE SALE of yoga active wear,
nothing over $40, fabric rolls, bargains,
Sat & Sun. 8am, 5 Ulpirra Crt off Balemo
Dve, Ocean Shores. 0413656864
BYRON 63 Paterson St Sat 8am, Byron
Images 2nds, prints & frames, bric a brac,
toys, lots of adult & kids clothes
MULLUM 1 Warina Place, Sat 8am, tools,
camping equip, furniture, bric a brac
MOTOR VEHICLES
SUBARU 1992 L series station wagon,
rego due $600 ono. Ph 0431581060
CASH PAID FOR
UNWANTED CARS
Local regd business
66845296 or 66845403 or 0413120970
CAR RENTALS
Weekly rates. 0401606707
95 JEEP CHEROKEE gas, green, great
cond, moving $6700 ono. 0405929371
MAZDA VAN rear seat & belts, $180.
Phone 0407213267
PEUGEOT 206 XT Auto 2002, China
Blue, 5 door hatch, 6 months rego $3900.
Phone 0410668570

PEUGEOT 206 GTI 2000 Aug rego,
manual, 125km, vgc, sunroof, 8 stack CD,
great car, sporty but economical, $5900
ono. Phone 0421079561
HYUNDAI LANTRA 99 Wagon, rego Jan
13. Reliable runs well $2500. 0402110030
PAJERO 94 GLS 4WD bullbar, towbar,
racks, DVD player, VGC, registered, must
sell $6900 ono. Ph 0409159699
TOYOTA COROLLA 4wd wgn for parts,
no clutch, all else works, mag wheels,
new rad, serv history $450. 0400894177
TOYOTA RAV 4 1998 5sp manual 2ltr 4x4.
One owner, low mileage for age, Oct rego.
Aircon, power steering, sunroof. Interior
VGC. Ideal country car, goes anywhere.
$5800 ono. Ph 66872614 or 0433102205
93 SUZUKI VITARA 4wd rego to 20 Nov,
soft top, reliable $2400 ono. 0407179687

CAMPERVAN NISSAN Urvan low kms.
$5200 great van. 0434411388 for details
SUBARU IMPREZA 98, urgent sale
moving OS, 6 mths rego, 200,000km,
5-spd man, reliable $5950. 0403252379
COMMODORE 97 Exec wagon, V6, reg
04/13, good cond, $2200. 0447066849
CAR SERVICE
BSW MOTORS
Pre-purchase inspection from $40!
Pink slips, service + repair.
10 Bonanza Dr, Billinudgel. 66804999
MACHINERY
TORO 2008 Z Master commercial. 60
inch deck, 200 hours. Great cond. Bargain
$8500 or $10,000 with commercial
tandem trailer. Call Chris 0422621545
BUSINESS FOR SALE
MOBILE COMPUTER SERVICES est,
great reputation, large, loyal customer
base, must sell quick. Ph 0405929371
ITALIAN CAFE/TAKEAWAY
Ocean Shores serving pizza/pasta in a
busy environment, impressive t out,
well-equipped kitchen, easy cooking/
1 person operation, 7 day opportunity
with potential expansion, long lease,
free training $60,000. Ph 0401618558
COMPOSTING EQUIP ONLINE SHOP
www.groundgrocer.com
Niche market (farm & home), Aust sole
distributor for top brand, good growth
potential $45,000 neg. Phone Lynton
0447475225
GYM FOR SALE great clientele, great
locality, great turnover. Ph 0418234302
WORK FROM HOME - COSY INCOME
Well-established turn-key online business,
health & comfort products, SEO, eBay
shop, customer base, international reach
(EU), no inventory. www.greaterblue.com,
$7500 ono. Ph 66845089
HOUSES FOR SALE
MULLUMBIMBY Contemporary home, 2
yrs old, nr Steiner. You will fall in love with
this home $810,000 www.owner.com.au
no. 53728 or call Simon 0412620004
PROPERTY FOR SALE
MULLUM 5km, 3br spacious artistic
home, cottage, shed/garage, 1.5ac CT
on 100ac, rainforest, walk to K-7 school,
horse heaven, $650,000 by owner.
66845089 or www.house-for-sale.com.au
HOLIDAY ACCOM.
MIACASA lush oasis, pool, spa, view,
2 mins Mullum, 15 Byron. Ph 66844762
facebook: Miacasa B&B Byron Bay
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR beautiful
house 5br, 12/12/12 - 23/1/13 $1500pw
or $7500 for 6 wks, incl bills/WiFi. Ph
0404100325
SHORT TERM ACCOM.
BTWN BYRON & BANGALOW share
lovely farmhouse, lge room, BIR, ensuite,
n/s, avail Jul-Oct $195pw. 0402668526
Tyagarah
OPEN 7 DAYS
S E R V I C E C E N T R E
Pacic Hwy Tyagarah 6684 2172
Local family owned and operated
YOUR ONE STOP SHOP
Groceries Fresh takeaways
LocaI produce TraiIers for hire
COMMUNITY
POSTAL AGENCY!
NICK HART
6684 9137
0427 347 380
Affordable tree services
Professional tree care
TREE LOPPING
Fully insured Free quotes
Fence posts Hardwood poles
Sleepers Paling fence timber
Offcuts Banana props
Drummed molasses Firewood
Kings Creek, Mullumbimby
Mark 6680 4284 / 0427 490 038
Karen 0427 804 284
Tree pruning
& removal
Call Michael
0412 788 687
NATIVE PLANTS
The Largest range of native plants
in the Byron Shire.
Tubestock to Semi-advanced
Buy direct from the grower
MULLUM CREEK NATIVE NURSERY
110 Yankee Ck Rd, via Wilsons Ck Rd
Mullumbimby 6684 1703
Open every WedFri 10am to 4pm
or by appointment
www.mcnativenursery.com.au
FULLY INSURED
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FREE QUOTES
6684 4421
0402 323 910
FIREWOOD DELIVERIES
ALL YEAR ROUND
Supplying commercial, wood red
bakeries, pizza restaurants and
residential, combustion stoves, open
res, pot belly, kindling. Various load
sizes from 4x 6 to 4 ton tipper.
PRICES STARTING FROM $95.
VOLUME DISCOUNTS.
Matt 0427 172 684
PROFESSIONAL TREE CARE
6685 4015 - 0401 208 797
REMOVALS
PALMS
TREE SbRERY
FREE 0b0TES
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TREE REF0RTS
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TREE SERVICES
A VERY HANDY MAN
TREE SERVICES
Call Andrew Wilson
6687 7674 / 0412 558 890
COVERING ALL ASPECTS OF TREE
WORK & TREE STUMP REMOVAL
(STUMP GRINDING)
After hours &emergency service available
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with slatted base,
guard rails on both
sides, painted in
white semi gloss.
No mattress. Will
take a cot-size
mattress 132 x
70cm. Approx 137
x 76cm. Bedbase
clearance 15cm.
$ 10 0 0 40 7 9 0 9 4 45
EXPRESSIO N O F INTEREST
Established, well positioned
shopfront, beautiful 2nd hand
old wares, antiques, vintage &
collectables in a growing Mullum
market. Great potential.
Transfer of Lease + stock
+ ttings + website
PLEASE C ALL 0 4 24 15 8 5 8 5
SUMMERLAND
TREE SERVICES
Mulch Supplies
Byron Bay & Surrounding Areas
6687 7677
Mobile 0417 698 227
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Alternative
Modelling Agency
We urgently require male
and female models
Tattoos & piercings, +size,
dreads, wild hairstyles!
For promotional
& photographic
opportunities
ONE DAY ONLY
Bookings essential
Call Astra on
0427 110 375
BARGAINS
Ballina Car Centre DLN 19950
6686 5586 / 0418 676 274
16 ENDEAVOUR CLOSE, BALLINA
50 CARS UNDER $10,000
www.dealcars.net
Audi 80 4 cylinder, 5 speed. Very tidy car.
AOC 01E......................................................$1,950
1996 Toyota Camry Vienta 5 speed, sedan,
10/12 rego. Great value. UMC297 .............$1,500
Holden Commodore Sedan, Auto, A/C, P/S.
183kms. Great Car. BD41SM .....................$2,150
1997 Toyota Camry 4 cyl, 5 spd wagon. Tidy
car. Drives great. VVU218 ...........................$2,500
Toyota Tarago 8 seater people mover. Auto,
A/C, P/S, White. Super Value. XAB569 ......$4,950
2001 Mitsubishi Magna Solara Auto, A/C,
P/S. Great car with low kms. BJ41UC ........$4,350
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BYRON CBD STUDIO furn, quiet garden
setting, $260pw, min 2 wks. 0409062074
SPLENDOUR WEEK Byron town at 1br
s/c, private, linen, garden, beach. $2000
sleeps 4. $1500 sleeps 2. Ph 0401166688
YOGA HOMESTAY peaceful rooms near
beach from $35pn incl yoga. 0432851513
MAIN ARM CABIN 2br self-contained,
sunny, peaceful, private, furnished, WiFi,
n/s, d/f, $250pw + bond. Avail 15/7-
25/9/12. Ph 66845053
SUFFOLK PARK house f-f near beach
with own pool avail Aug 8 to Oct 5 suit
couple $500pw. 66853980
MULLUM 1.5br, p-f, suit working person,
walk town, no pets, $270pw. 0421679015
SG BEACH 3br f-furn funky treehouse
avail 19/7-24/9 $390pw. Ph 0419993189
SUFFOLK relocating, yoga/student,
traveller? Quiet, private, comfortable,
lge br with ensuite, TV, DVD WiFi, share
house with 1, min 4 weeks neg $280pw
incl. Phone 0408102184
MULLUM 2 bedroom house, available
July-Aug $410pw suit quiet couple. Not
suitable for pets. Ph 0422684683
MYOCUM 3br inspiring, retreat-style
house, avail weekly/monthly or longer.
N/s, d/f, no pets. Phone 66843335. www.
outofbyron.com.au/rental
PATERSON ST LOCATION near Top
Shop, 5 mins to The Pass & Tallows! Tiny
sunny basic s-c studio, suit quiet single,
$200pw, 3 mths + term. Ph 0417707909
SPLENDOUR 5 mins walk, dbl/sgl rooms
$50pn pp, min 4 nights. Ph 66807266
DELUX PRIVATE ROOM in quiet
hinterland retreat, ensuite bthrm, pool
private decks, 5 mins Mullum, 15 mins
Byron, WiFi. 66844331
STUDIO SPACE s-cont in quiet retreat,
views, private decks, pool, 6 mins Mullum,
15 mins Byron. Ph 66844331
MULLUM 5 min, rural private 2br f-furn,
c-port & large u-cover decks, organic
garden $350pw. Txt only 0420508012
SHARE ACCOM.
EWINGSDALE beautiful twelve-sided
house, inspired by yurt, on spacious
grounds. Quiet working person preferred
$210pw incl. bills. Ph Kim 0438682635
SUFFOLK PARK quiet, clean, spacious
living, prefer female worker, d/f, n/s
$150pw. Phone 0413095889
MAIN ARM 2 big rooms in lovely artistic
handcrafted house, bush surrounds, all
services, $125 - $150 + bills. 66845396
LENNOX HEAD room in beautiful new
home, internet included. Pref easy going
worker $135pw. Ph 0448513669
BEACH SIDE SUFFOLK quiet, clean
person to share with one other. Own
bedroom & lounge, $180pw incl bills +
bond. 0411648835 or 66854138
MY OWN GYM
No contracts, 24 hr access,
$14.95 per week, 150 members only.
Ph 0401514319
BYRON furnished or unfurn room avail,
close to CBD $185pw. Ph 0413857021
MULLUM 3 mins from town 2br to rent in
gorgeous 5br home $220pw both. Share
with Mum & child. Ph 0421079644
LILLI PILLI nice quiet house in wilderness
reserve, suit long-term non-smoking,
drug-free, $160pw + bond. 0400583112
BYRON 5 min from town/beach, healthy
house, built-ins $150pw. Off-street
parking, n/s, d/f, working person, long
term tenants only. Ph 0432296710
O.SHORES lge room, beautiful 3br
house, share with 1, conscious, clean,
n/s, $200pw + bond/bills. 0404945027
SUNRISE nice quiet room, part-furn,
$170pw incl all bills/internet. 0402416251
SUFFOLK room $160pw share with 2 in
easygoing house. Ph 0420472968
SUFFOLK fantastic house to share, large
bedroom own toilet with storage/ofce,
Wi + Austar, single or couple $230pw
avail July 6. Phone 0401438823
BYRON BAY f/f room, ensuite, n/s, d/f,
quiet, working person. Ph 0409170062
O.SHORES 2 rooms, renovated, quiet
location, close to shops, free WiFi,
$130pw each no bills. 0431058268
NEWRYBAR house, ocean views, 2 rms
+ bath for 1 n/s working person. 4 min
Suffolk, 15 min Lennox. Furn/unfurn avail
15/7 $290pw inc WiFi + elec. 0419945278
BANGALOW close to town, no bills
$138pw. Phone 0402281638
BYRON CBD f-f sgls in great house $120
to $180pw no bills. Ph 0413973960
SUFFOLK PARK beautiful room, own
balcony, f-f house, big deck, friendly vibe.
Avail 1 July - Oct. $160pw. 0421523180
LENNOX room with built-ins & queen bed
if required. Organic veg garden, Single
room $130pw + bond incl bills & WiFi. Ph
0421968575 after 5pm
MULLUM 2 rms, house on acres, 5 min
to town, $145/$160pw. Ph 0431620610
10 MIN BYRON mature respectful person
to share peaceful home with 1 fem, lge
bedroom + study/yoga space, $180pw +
bills, n/s, d/f. Ph 0403738953
SUFFOLK room avail in great house
$150pw + bond. Ph 0409753739
NTH O.SHORES room avail in beautiful
beach house for conscious & fun person
sh term OK $175pw inc bills. 66804183
O.SHORES large room in friendly newly
renod house $145pw + bills. 0411583376
LENNOX Modern house in town centre,
ocean views, great location, double
bedrooms $150pw each + bills. Phone
0427966901
O.SHORES lge & light beautiful room in
creative hhold, $160pw incl. 0411639450
BYRON f-f room avail, share, working
fem pref, close to town $175pw + bills.
Ph 0449194637
O.SHORES v-lge room with QS bed, WIR
into ens, 3br house share with 1, $170pw
inc bills & WiFi + bond, n/s. 0409628377
BYRON BAY studio/at within beaut new
eco house. Suit quiet sgl n/s, d/f working
person $250pw + bond. Ph 0408445595
BYRON HILLS room in large family home,
for quiet worker/student, n/s $180pw incl
bills. Ph 0431216340
MULLUM share 3br house, pref single
working pers $170pw incl bills + bond.
Ph 0410749712
OCEAN SHORES room avail in dbl
storey house, great garden & verandahs,
$130pw + bills/bond. Ph 0410416225
BYRON CBD top location, opposite
beach, fully-furn room, pref fem, avail
now, $180pw incl bills. Text 0422191122
BYRON large rm in town. Beautiful house,
deck with views $180pw incl. 0431580888
EWINGSDALE mature working person to
share in spiritually-minded household on
acres & private garden yurt $180pw + bills
& bond. Phone 0421428520
LENNOX share house one other, room,
ensuite, own lounge & entry, incl bills &
WiFi, $200pw + bond. Ph 0428503108
BROKEN HEAD 2 rooms $225pw each.
Must be working and d/f. 0411981106
SKENNARS HEAD lge room own lounge,
dining, bath & entrance 300m to beach
with pool $200pw + bills. Ph 0421462725
BYRON 1br, male/fem, share with 2
others, $130pw + bills. Phone Martin
0414296550
BYRON 2 rooms to rent, one with ensuite
$180pw, one with shared bathroom
$150pw, u-furn, suit quiet n/s, good rooms
in large house. Ph Ian 0438858226
O.SHORES dble room beautiful spacious
house, share with 2 males. Working,
clean, n/s $150pw + bills. 0438758374
LENNOX beach front, elevated room with
ocean views, sep lounge & deck, priv
entry & LUG $250pw. Ph 0411146980
SUFFOLK BEACHSIDE large room avail,
$150pw + bond + bills. Ph 0410818802
O.SHORES room 2 min to beach & shops
available now! $180pw. Ph 66802273
OCEAN SHORES light-lled room with
ensuite in amazing home with ocean
views. Short term $30 per night, medium/
long term $170pw. 0433880405
LENNOX lovely f-f house, close beach
wking pers, d/f $175pw incl. 0448874601
COORABELL unfurn, spacious room for
working sgle, $150pw. Ph 66847545
HALF HOUSE O.Shores, own bedrm,
bthrm & living, share kitch, swim pool,
sgl $175pw, dbl $200pw. Ph 0401500044
BYRON fully-furn double room, 2 mins
shop/beach, avail from 12 Jul - 4 Aug,
travellers welcome $150pw. Phone
66856494 or 0409409987
OCEAN SHORES 2 rooms, big beautiful
house on golf course, pool & spa,
vegetarian spiritually minded people, no
pets, travellers welcome, $130/$170pw.
Avail mid July to 21 Oct. Ph 66804714
LILLI PILLI large furn room in beautiful
wildlife reserve near town, $220pw incl
bills & WiFi, n/s. Ph 0409461024
BYRON CBD fully-furn room, air-con,
share with 1 other $180pw. Short or long
term OK. Ph 0403414648
TYAGARAH RD room on acreage for
quiet creative person., pref mature fem
$160pw + elec. Ph 0421907640
SUFFOLK PARK room avail $160pw incl
bills. Working pers/student. 0438645517
BYRON quiet clean, nice garden,
working sgl/cpl, 66858765 or 0410032081
BYRON f-f 2nd storey master br, own
ensuite, private deck, BIR, Beachcomber
Dve, 5 min walk beach, close town,
modern, quiet, chilled hhold, suit cpl
$220pw + bills, avail 12/7. 0432150992
CENTRAL BYRON spacious, fully
furnished room, friendly house in town,
$160pw. Phone 0410515093 after 6pm
BYRON NEAR CBD working full-time,
vegetarian, n/s, easy harmonious house,
long term, $160pw incl bills. 0423946484
Echo CIassieds 66841777
TO LET
BANGALOW SELF-STORAGE
Hi-tech security. 66872333
BANGALOW RENT A SHED
Self-storage sheds fr $25pw. 66871306
COORABELL 1br solid cottage, replace,
share 9 acres, not suitable for kids/pets,
15 mins Byron/Mullum $270pw. Ph
66884375
UPPER MAIN ARM rustic brick home 3br
mains pwr, replace $315pw. 66842927
BALLINA SELF-STORAGE
Secure from $13.20pw. Ph 66867011
STH GOLDEN BEACH spacious clean,
stylish, 1br beach-side ground oor at,
freshly painted, new bath & knette, pets
neg, 250mtrs to dog friendly beach, n/s
quiet employed sgl or cpl, $250pw + bond
+ elec. 6mths lease neg, storage shed
avail $20pw extra if req. 0411337990
FERN BEACH cabin + studio, carpark,
deck $275pw 26 Rangal Rd. 0411302141
CARAVANS & CABINS from $195pw.
Apply in person to Byron Bay Tourist
Village, Ewingsdale Road
LOCAL REMOVAL
& backloads to Brisbane. Friendly,
with 10 years local exp. 0409917646
NEW STORAGE From $91/mth. Sizes
2x1.5m to 7x3m Bangalow. 66871500
SMALL CABIN un-furn, 5km Mullum,
prefer quiet mature woman, n/s, d/f, not
suitable kids, no pets, $155pw. 66843154
MYOCUM beautiful timber cottage, 2br,
open-plan, timber oors, high ceilings,
combustion heater, bathtub, solar HW/rain
water, decks $370pw. Ph 0419419402
RURAL Top floor apartment to rent.
Newrybar. 2br, 2 bthrm, 3 entertaining
decks + outdoor spa, open re, views
to Lennox & Nightcap Ranges, $485pw
available 1/8/12. Ph/text 0438675361
O.SHORES studio, self-cont, private
with garden view, walk to beach, suit sgl
person $195pw. 66803304, 0402453304
EWINGSDALE (Rural) 3br 2 storey dble
garage, pool $470pw Also 2br 2 storey
A-frame, $310pw no pets, refs required.
Please call 0427228886 Bh
LILLI PILLI compact studio apart, semi-
furn incl fridge, suit one person $198pw
long term, short term avail min 3 weeks.
Text 0403513513, liamsholidays@gmail.
com
BYRON/SUFFOLK self-cont granny at
$125pw incl bills, n/s, d/f, smallish/rustic,
great location. Long term. 0403547930
BYRON BAY 2br g-at kitchen/lounge rm
with pool, Balinese gardens, suit couple
$370pw + elec no pets. 0404808154
SUNRISE modern 3br, 1.5 bthrm t-house,
short walk to beach & close to shops/bus.
Good sized bedrooms, tiled living, open
plan kitchen & dining downstairs. Fans
throughout, SLUG. North-facing, easy
care courtyard. Avail mid-July $465pw.
Ph 0437808388
GOONENGERRY 2br, solar hot water,
gas & power $250pw. Phone 66849118
BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK 3br, 2 bthrm t/
house, pool, security, SLUG, no pets, refs
req $510pw accom@byron 66853805
NEW BRIGHTON s-c granny at + dble
garage for storage. Leafy, near ocean.
Suit quiet working person $250pw utilities
included. Phone 0488988130
STORAGE SPACE Bangalow, private
non-commercial $18 per wk. 0402281638
WILSONS CREEK House for rent on
acreage, 2br open plan. Deck/carport
$350pw. Ph 66843301
FUNKY ART STUDIO
Arts Yard Bangalow 30sqm great light,
outside area $100pw. 0412312474
BANGALOW sunny country home 3 huge
bedrooms new bathrm, DLUG, fenced
back yard, pets OK $480pw. 0412312474
MYOCUM gorgeous 1br, s-cont studio
close to town, $285pw. Ph 0432143380
COORABELL peaceful, cabin, big deck,
$240pw + elec. 66847013, 0478848148
O.SHORES delightful new spacious
house, long term, 2br, lots of light, big
deck N facing, nr shops, 3 min drive bch,
$350pw + bond/refs. Alima 66840229
EWINGSDALE lovely quiet 1br s-cont
cottage in beautiful garden setting, non-
smoker, avail now, $290pw incl elect. Ph
Gerry 0406788050
EWINGSDALE 1br cottage, deck,
parking, on 2 acre property. $375pw.
Phone Sasha 0414715568
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH 5br, 3 bthrm,
long lease $540pw. Ph 0418415184
BRUNSWICK HEADS
2br ground unit, LUG $295pw
2br townhouse, carport $320pw
2br 1st unit, carport $270pw
1br at, car space $270pw
2br unit, storeroom, c/port $310pw
2br + sleepout rustic house $230pw
MYOCUM
3br house, ens, 2nd living $550pw
NO PETS UNLESS SPECIFIED
www.siwickirealestate.com.au
Siwicki Real Estate 17 Fingal St
Brunswick Heads. Ph 66851206
MULLUM 2br house on acres, pets ok,
5 min town, $300pw + bills. 0431620610
SUFFOLK beautiful sunny 3br house,
quiet, fully fenced, $500pw. 66854585
DELIGHTFUL 2br cottage, timber oors,
high ceilings, sunny garden in Central
Byron. 1 block to Woolies, 2 blocks to
beach, fully furnished $520pw + elect
short or longer term. Ph 0404717068
SPACIOUS STUDIO walk Byron CBD.
Big leafy yard $260pw incl. 0431580888
HUONBROOK 2br + 2 studies, timber
house on private 5 acres. Old growth
rainforest trees, views to Mt Jerusalem
& Nightcap NPs, grow your own vegies,
drink pristine mountain stream water, no
causeways to cross. 30mins to Brunz or
Byron. No pets. $325pw. Ph 66851860
MYOCUM 3br home $380pw
antgreenwood@hotmail.com
LILLI PILLI studio, suitable for single,
working, n/s, $220pw + elect & WiFi.
Phone 0402965800
SUFFOLK PARK lovely beachfront
studio, garden, $300pw + bond & bills.
Phone 66854456
SUNRISE 3br thouse modern, spacious,
well-presented, covered deck, could suit
quiet cple/sml family $450pw + bond, 12
mths. No pets. Ph 0422997401
SUFFOLK 3br, part-furn, fully-fenced,
private, walk to beach, $500pw + bills/
bond, pets neg. Ph 0423494761
BYRON studio long term lease avail, n/s
$290pw, short/long term. Ph 66855403
Phone: 1300 363 123
Email: bookings@byronbayexpress.com.au
Website: www.byronbayexpress.com.au
The fastest express service
between Byron Bay and the
Gold Coast, now with new
extended route!
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New Brighton
6 Strand Ave, New Brighton 6680 1594
We currently have properties
available to lease. Please contact
our ofce or view our website.
www.eldersnewbrighton.com.au
Julie or Nicci Ph: 6684 3301
79 Burringbar St Mullumbimby 2482
Mullumbimby
3 b/r + study polish oor walking
distance to shop $395pw
3 b/r + study polish oor huge garden
walking distance to shop $410pw
3 b/r SLUG $375pw
2 b/r unit, SLUG $295pw
Federal - $440 p/w
Modern cottage, Fully Furnished,
Short Term Stay 2 to 3 months!
3 b/r, 1 Bath. Avail Now.
6687 2479
www.bangalowrealestate.com.au
6680 8111
CENTRAL BYRON - $420PW
2 B/R, Furnished, SLUG
Available Now
SUNRISE - $410PW
2 B/R, Furnished, 1 car space
Available Now
MASSINGER STREET - $575PW
3 B/R, 1 Bth, carport
Available Now
Byron Bay
Ray White Rental Centre
3/47 Byron Street, Byron Bay
02 6685 8911 rwbyronbay.com
ARIKA STREET, OCEAN SHORES $350PW
3 bedrooms, 1 bath house. Available now
WRIGHT PLACE, BYRON BAY $360PW
3 bedroom, 1 bath house. Available now
COWPER STREET, BYRON BAY $475PW
3 bedrooms, 1 bath house. Available now
5/9 MASSINGER ST, BYRON BAY $500PW
3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 toilets Townhouse.
Available 24 July
HAZELWOOD CL, SUFFOLK PARK $600PW
3 bedrooms, 2 bath townhouse.
Available now
24 TALLOWWOOD CRES, BYRON BAY
$650PW
2 storey, 4 bed, 2 bath House SLG
Available now
L.J. Hooker Brunswick Heads
6685 0177
5/16 The Ter r ace, Br unswick Heads
OPEN HOUSE TI MES ARE
AVAI LABLE, PLEASE CALL
OCEAN SHORES
1br unit $210pw
4br house $440pw
3br house $380pw
3br house $450pw
3br house $460pw
3br house $400pw
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH
3br house $360pw
BRUNSWI CK HEADS
2br unit $250pw
2br unit $290pw
Commer cial $1260pm
3br house $450pw
1br unit $215pw
MULLUMBI MBY
2br t ownhouse $330pw
2br house $370pw
6687 2479
www.bangalowrealestate.com.au
KNOCKROW - $400 p/w
Large neat and tidy 4 b/r home, 2 bath,
single carport. Ducted Reverse Cycle
Air/Con throughout. Avail Now!
ROSEBANK - $575 p/w
Stunning views over Eureka!
3 b/r, 2 Bath, DLUG & offce & POOL.
Avail early July.
FEDERAL - $425 p/w
No lawn maintenance, modern cottage!
Fully furnished or unfurnished, 3 b/r, 1
Bath. Avail Now!
BANGALOW - $470 p/w
3 Bed, 2 Bath, carport in quiet cul de sac.
Polished timber foors, freplace,
verandahs. Pets OK. Avail Now!
WE ARE LOOKING FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES.
CAN WE HELP YOU? FOR THE PROFESSIONAL
MANAGEMENT OF YOUR PROPERTY CALL US TODAY.
OCEAN SHORES
2 bed duplex, avail now. $250p/w
2 bed Townhouse, avail now. $275p/w
MULLUMBIMBY
2 bed Unit avail early July. $265p/w
RURAL
5 bed House, avail now. $850p/w
3 bed House, avail now. $440p/w
MULLUMBIMBY COMMERCIAL
Com Ofces 157.7 m2 Burringbar St
Retail Shop - 60m2, Burringbar St.
Industrial - Large range of Industrial Units
available to lease.
61 Burringbar Street
Mullumbimby NSW 2482
Ph: 6684 2663 Fax: 6684 1699
www.markcochrane.com.au
19a Byron Street, BangaIow
02 6687 1500
Email: info@eldersbangalow.com.au
www.eldersbangalow.com.au
Bangalow
Friday Hut Rd, Possum Creek -
$450 pw
Sunny 2 bed, 1 bath home, central
location. Avail Now
CoorabeII Rd, CoorabeII - $500 pw
Large 4 bed, plus study home with
in-ground pool. Avail Now
Figtree Ln, Myocum - $650 pw
Spacious 3 bed, 2 bath home with
pool, rural location. Avail July
CampbeII St, BangaIow - $650 pw
Immaculate 3 bed, 3 bath furnished
home in great location. Avail July
HuII Rd, Rosebank - $680 pw
3 bed, 3 bath home in rural setting
with pool. Avail Now
Raftons Rd, BangaIow - $750 pw
Stunning 3 bed, 1 bath home with
s/c studio & pool. Avail Now
PRDnationwide Ocean Shores
Contact 6680 4400
OCEAN SHORES
$280/week
3 bed 1 bath walk to shops
$380/week
3 bed 2 bath Pets neg
$380/week
2 bed 1 bath Brand New
$400/week
3 bed 1 bath lawns inc
$440/week
4 bed 2 bath Pets neg lawns inc
$460/week
3 bed 2 bath sunroom Pets neg
lawns inc
$460/week
3 bed 2 bath DLUG Pets neg
lawns inc
$500/week
3 bed 2 bath SLUG 3 level Pets
neg inc lawns
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH
$250/week
granny at + elec Pets neg
$600/week
4 bed 4 bath DLUG close to
beach
MULLUMBIMBY
$410/week
2 bed 1 bath sunroom lge shed
40 July 3, 2012 The Byron Shire Echo www.echo.net.au
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GORGEOUS CENTRAL Mullum studio,
hardwood oors, skylights, own deck and
entry $200pw. Avail now 0434677398
1 BEDROOM garden at $220pw all
inclusive. Sorry no pets or Centrelink
forms. Ph 66842524
MULLUM Lovely quiet 2br timber house
large covered deck garden surrounds.
Carport, bath. Suit working person/cple
sorry no pets, n/s. $380pw + bond + bills.
Please ring after 4pm. 0403726526
APARTMENT s-c, handy beach/shop, no
bills. $150pw, quiet person. 0421738527
BROKEN HEAD gorgeous Moroccan
style cosy f-f home with view, 2br, 2
bthrm, a-c, 3 mins beach & shops, avail
6 mths, start 4 Sept, $595pw. 66854918
SUFFOLK PARK 2 rooms $190/$175pw.
N/s professional or student to share
fantastic house with direct beach front
access, gardens and open living. Phone
0410332312
LENNOX 1br granny at with sep lnge,
kitchen/dining, bthrm/laundry & private
courtyard, quiet street, suit quiet, sgl,
mature non smoking, working person, no
cpls or pets, $240pw. Ph 0418878056
MULLUM 5 min rural furn 3br + study,
storage $450pw. Text only 0420508012
OCEAN SHORES 3br, solar HW &
dishwasher, large yard, pets OK, available
24 Jul $370pw. Phone 0404204940
OCEAN SHORES 3br house, recently
renovated, new kitchen & bathroom, big
deck, large leafy garden $380pw. Ph Alan
0422062132
LENNOX HEAD 3br lovely timber house,
ocean/rural views, very private, no pets,
n/s, refs reqd, $430pw. Ph 0422752705
STUDIO S-C short/long term, 7 mins
drive Byron, furn opt, suit sgl worker,
$200pw + bond, incl WiFi, no bills. Ph
0412818519
OCEAN SHORES studio, sgl worker pref,
n/s, p-furn, $200pw inc elec. 66803158
WANTED TO RENT
SELF-CONTAINED accom on acreage
for mature male, non-drinker/smoker, has
2 horses & slasher. Ph 0431420059
50 PLUS SINGLE emp fem, exc refs
seeks secluded rural cabin/similar.
$200pw max. 0409579671
TO LEASE
A-GRADE OFFICE, ARTS & INDUST
3/59 Centennial, A & I (opp Spirit Gym).
Floor level 70sqm in quiet established
professional ofce block. Air-con, fast
internet, kitchen, shower, ttings. $1400/
mth + share outgoings, avail Aug 1
Phone Lynton 0447475225
WORKSHOPS BILLINUDGEL from
$50pw. Siwicki Real Estate 66851206
BYRON OFFICE SPACE
Large ground oor carpeted ofce space
in Byron Arts & Industry Estate to share
with Echo newspaper in Tasman Way.
Kitchen, toilets, parking, fans, aircon etc.
Good cafe next door.
Good value. $950 monthly incl GST.
Available now.
Ph Simon 0409324724 or 66841777 bh
BILLINUDGEL main street 127sqm, Light
Industrial/Commercial unit, $176pw incl
GST. Ph 66801280 or 0419210964
BANGALOW railway carriage, for use as
ofce, great exposure, toilet & shower,
30sqm plus 30sqm undercover, good
parking $250pw. Ph Gabriel 0412312474
BYRON work/design/artspace $80pw incl
elect & internet. 0431674377
POSITIONS VACANT
WARNING
The Department of Fair Trading
has warned people to be very careful
about responding to advertisements
offering work at home. Readers should
be wary if asked to pay money upfront
for employment opportunities and never
send money to a post ofce box
GOOD DRIVERS WANTED NOW
Shifts avail for taxi, coach & hire cars.
Full training provided. Ph BH 66855008
email: info@byronbaytaxis.com
PART-TIME SALES in ladies fashion
store, Byron. Must be Australian resident,
no working visas. Weekend work applies.
Must have current resume with photo and
current fashion retail sales experience
& computer skills. Phone 0448030344
bus hrs. If no answer send text with your
contact details
RETAINED FIREFIGHTERS
MULLUMBIMBY
Part-time position. Must live reasonable
distance from Mullumbimby Fire Station
& have good availability for responding
to emergencies. Visit www.re.nsw.gov.
au for more info and call 66811847
NINJA NANNY Busy entrepreneur
seeks intelligent, capable, stable young
woman (2030) to manage spacious
home, prodigy child and business duties.
Includes business/admin & online skills,
housekeeping, cooking, kid-minding.
May require travel. Diplomacy and
martial arts a plus. Compensation based
on experience and performance. Call
0402686120
NEW RESTAURANT LENNOX HEAD
requires chefs, barista, cocktail barman
& waitstaff. Relevant experience &
qualications preferred. Please forward
resume to jamesandsye@gmail.com
or call James on 0432545121
MUNCH JUICE BAR requires front of
house/delivery person. Duties will include
making coffees, juices, smoothies, taking
phone orders & must have manual drivers
licence. Must be avail over Splendour &
beyond. Come in with resume to Munch
CHEF
Qualied, enthusiastic, hardworking, for
friendly team at busy Bangalow Dining
Rooms. No travellers. Please email
resume to eat@bangalowdining.com
PART-TIME flexible work from home,
good phone manner & organisational
skills, enquiries & bookings, computer
& internet access, residents only. Email:
infotantra@ozemail.com.au
CONFIDENT BARISTA Jack of all food &
service req. Working with happy, friendly,
efcient team, Mullum area, own trans ess
shifts avail Mon/Fri 7am start, school hols
& wends off, days only. Ph 0478844122
SECOND CHEF with experience to assist
in wedding catering business. Excellent
wages for chefs who can organise their
roster to work at our weddings. Phone
Margot 66847576
UTOPIA CAFE - BARISTA
Barista required for busy Cafe in
Bangalow. Must be experienced &
available on weekends. Ph 66872088
or resume to: cafe@utopiacafe.com.au
TUITION FOR COMPUTER on a casual
basis, also iPhone, iPod, beyond basics,
must be clear, calm, organised, Broken
Head, $25ph cash. Ph 66853741
PROMO STAFF
Runway Promotions are currently
recruiting casual promotional staff
MUST HAVE RSA & ABN
Please send CV + photo: kristen@
runwaypromotions.com.au
WORK WANTED
Window Cleaner
20 yrs exp. Ph Tony 0429948662
CARPENTRY & building or handyman
jobs, 18 yrs experience, no job too small.
Phone Mark 66771846 or 0400288168
DECKS & PERGOLAS & all carpentry
needs. Ph for free quote 0427196962
GARDEN CLEAN-UP SERVICE
Free quotes, fully insured, years of exp.
Green waste removal, mowing, garden
restoration. Ph David 66841437
CARPENTRY 25 years experience,
painting a speciality, honest & reliable.
Phone Phil 0418248525
LOCAL GUYS landscaping, gardens
& lawns, paving, tiling, ute. Jobs under
$1100. Phone 0432401334
CHAINSAW WORK, gutters cleaned,
rubbish removal, $25ph. Phone Rob
66843893 or 0422661621
PROFESSIONAL WINDOW CLEANING
domestic, commercial, builders cleanup.
Call for quote Rajan 0422456978
LOCAL HANDYMAN
Can install, service, clean & repair
nearly anything, heaps of tools & exp,
jobs under $1100, Lic: 246498C. Ph
0401189375
GARDEN MAINTENANCE
lawns, brushcutting, pruning, tip runs
etc, all jobs big or small.
Phone 0430297101 or 66845437
GRAPHIC/WEB DESIGNER Diploma
Graphic Design, Cert 1V Info Tech. Ph
0418250993 - joshkorff@gmail.com
PERSONAL CARER for chronic &
palliative health cond. Exp in all aspects
incl alternative/nutritional care. 66803597
CARPENTER HANDYMAN home
repairs, general carpentry, and any
odd jobs welcome. Jobs under $1100.
0414419520
PROFESSIONAL CLEANER reliable,
honest, efficient, excellent local
references. Ph Deha 0439044303
TUITION
PARLO ITALIANO!
Qualied native teacher. 66846553
Apply First Aid
HLTFA 301C
Workcover accredited 1 day course,
CPR and refreshers welcome.
Experienced instructor, Mullum.
Next course Sun 15 July
Serge or Tara. 66804066, 0427107255
ENGLISH LANGUAGE + TESOL
ESL & TESOL courses in handy Byron
location. BYRON BAY ENGLISH
LANGUAGE SCHOOL. 66808253
SING.......private, couples, groups.
Julia 66804071. www.voicejam.com.au
FRENCH ITALIAN GERMAN
Eva 66846760
www.languagetuitionbyron.com.au
MUSICAL NOTES
BYRON SOUND LOUNGE rehearsals,
recording & PA hire. Ph 66808938
PIANO TUNER
Restorer, repairer & retailer since 1981.
Ph Dr Fred Cole 0412216019 or
www.specialtypianos.com.au
3 HOUR RECORDING SESSION: $150
Includes video diary, photos, mixdown
& mp3/wav les.
www.doublebassment.com
or phone 0421832966
PIANO TUNING
Tuner for Planet Music, Studio 301 &
SAE College. R. Barkley. 0422221116
www.reubenbarkleypianotuning.com.au
GIBSON SJ200 Acoustic Guitar. Cost
$7000, sell for $2900 ono. 0402097217
1/14 Jonson Street Byron Bay 0407 299 258
hoIisticbb@optusnet.com.au www.heaIing-centre.com.au
Massage Therapy Career
Nationally recognised and Austudy approved
CERTIFICATE IV IN REMEDIAL
MASSAGE COURSE
EARLY BIRD FEE: $2,100
(enrol before July 10)
July 16 to October 22
DIPLOMA IN REMEDIAL
MASSAGE COURSE
EARLY BIRD FEE $2,400
(enrol before July 10)
JuIy 17 to October 24
northcoast.tafensw.edu.au
Would you like to improve your reading, writing
and computer skills in a friendly and supportive
environment?
Join our 10087NAT Certifcate I in Access to Work
and Training (Introductory) class, 5 hours a week
on Thursdays 9.30am to 3.00pm.
Commencing 19 July 2012.
For more information contact Maryanne Douglas
on 6681 8900. N
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SEEKING PASSIONATE
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Are you a passionate Head BARISTA with personality?

Then be the face of our busy coffee house on the beach in Byron

Work with our supplier to perfect our cup.
Build a loyal customer following
Mentor and train our team of BARISTAS across three sites

If you love what you do, have a proven track record and are
driven by perfection, an attractive package is on offer.

Send letter and resume to:

hr@fishheadsbyron.com.au

We are seeking 2 professional individuals with
relevant real estate qualications and a minimum of 2 years
experience in the industry:
A DYNAMIC SALES MARKETING PA
to work alongside Principal & sales team in a multi faceted role covering
sales support, advertising, administrative duties, and marketing
must be computer savvy with SEM/Social Media experience a bonus
3-4 days pw including some Saturdays leading to full time
A PROFESSIONAL RESIDENTIAL SALES PERSON
With a proven track record in listing and selling property
Access to FRANCHISE training and development
Large data base to work from
Excellent earning potential & leads provided in busy oce
All enquiries strictly condential. Email brief CV aention to the
Principal: byronbay@rh.com.au
Byron Bay
THE BYRON SHIRE
NETDAILY
NEWSPAPER/ONLINE SALES &
MARKETING BYRON ECHO
BYRON ECHO SALES/MARKETING
PRINT AND ONLINE
Byron Echo newspaper and Echonetdaily online daily
newspaper.
This is a full-time position paying a salary + super + bonus.
We have a well-established and popular free weekly
newspaper, and also an innovative online daily newspaper.
We now need another sales rep working within our well-
established Byron sales team, and selling into both our print
and online publications. We also have the ability to offer
marketing solutions such as video and online content to
clients to form part of their broader marketing strategy. You
will be working primarily from our Byron and Mullumbimby
ofces with a supportive team environment.
Are you seeking a local organisation that is well-established,
yet progressive and future-focused? Do you have a passion
for what The Echo, with two well-regarded and popular free
and independent titles, can deliver to its advertisers?
You need:
newspaper advertising/on|ine/radio sa|es eperience and
some mar|eting eperience
the abi|ity to assist c|ients with their mar|eting p|anning
to be prepared to |ive in Byron Shire area!
current unrestricted driver |icence
intermediate computer s|i||s
ab|e to attend some out-ol-hours meetings/events
abi|ity to bui|d a |asting re|ationship with c|ients.
Please email your resume and a covering letter to the
Sa|es Manager at
positions@echo.net.au
Sa|es Manager
Echo Publications Pty Ltd
positions@echo.net.au
SALES MANAGER
A great opportunity to work within a
small team of a successful established
business in Byron Bay has arisen.
The business delivers marketing
support to local customers through
innovative advertising campaigns and
strategies. You will account manage
around 70 existing accounts and
solicit new business. You will have
outstanding client facing skills and
MUST HAVE experience in selling
both on the phone, via email and in
person. You will need to demonstrate
this in your application. You will have
an understanding of the persistence
required to succeed and be condent
to initiate new contact. You will be a
fast learner, organised and have the
ability to self motivate. A secondary
part of the role is operational, to
manage the delivery of the campaigns
we sell. You will have the support of
the owner, an experienced creative
team and maintenance people but a
willingness to own the process, get
stuck in and get the job done (work the
odd Saturday morning) is essential.
We can be exible with working
hours and days for the right person
(incumbent works Mon-Fri 10am-
4pm) The person must be a permanent
resident of Australia, unfortunately NO
WORKING HOLIDAY VISA applicants
can apply. Ideally this person will
remain in the business long term and
we can create an ideal package for the
right person. First year salary $35-55k
rising dependant on candidate.
Please email CV with covering note
about current situation and contact
details to suffolk@tpg.com.au
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VIDEO PROMO
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3-4 min promo for YouTube etc, $250.
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MARSHALL JCM200 DSL 100 guitar
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DEATH NOTICES


LOUISA BLAND
3.9.15 - 25.6.12
Loving wife of Geoff (dec).
Dearly loved by her children,
Denise & Trevor and their families.
FUNERAL NOTICES
Thel WALKER
Passed away peacefully
on 29th June 2012 at home.
Loving wife of the late Robert Walker.
Dearly loved mother of Suzanne,
Robert, Yvonne, Eric, Judy, Karen and
Melissa.
Cherished Nanna Thel to her
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
As was Thels wish a private family
service will be held.
Donation information can be obtained
from White Dove Funerals.
WHITE DOVE FUNERALS
66803084
LOST & FOUND
FOUND white bag cnr Main Arm Rd &
Coolamon Scenic Dr, Thurs 28/6 by the
school bus driver. Ph Felicity 66841777
WITHOUT PREJUDICE doctors black
briefcase missing from car Brunswick
Heads Monday evening 25/6. Anyone with
info please call 66842081. Reward offered
for return - no questions asked
LOST: SUP Carbon Fibre paddle
Wategos. Ph 0417657059
PETS
CAWI is looking for volunteers to work a
few hrs a week or a fortnight in our Op
Shop + volunteer dog carers with fenced
yard to help save Byron Shires homeless
dogs. We always need donations of good
used furniture to raise money to fund
CAWI's expenses. Ph 66851444 bus hrs
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SOCIAL ESCORTS
BYRON AREA OUTCALLS. Phone
0421401775
ATTRACTIVE HOSTESS TO SPOIL
YOU 34 Piper Drive, Ballina, 10am till
late. Phone 66816038
NICE & NAUGHTY
Phone Izy 0422596855
Echo CIassieds 66841777
AMBULANCE, FIRE, POLICE .............................................................. 000
AMBULANCE Mullumbimby & Byron Bay .................................131 233
BRUNSWICK VALLEY RESCUE Primary rescue ........................6685 1999
BRUNSWICK MARINE RADIO TOWER ...................................6685 0148
MULLUMBIMBY HOSPITAL ......................................................6684 2266
BYRON BAY HOSPITAL ............................................................6685 6200
POLICE Brunswick Heads .......................................................6685 1277
Mullumbimby ..............................................................6684 2144
Byron Bay ...................................................................6685 9499
Bangalow ....................................................................6687 1404
STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE Storm & tempest damage, flooding .6684 3444
AIDS Confidential testing & information (ACON) ................................6622 1555
AL-ANON Help for family & friends of alcoholics ...................... 1300 ALANON
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24 hours ...............................1800 423 431
ANIMAL RESCUE (DOGS & CATS) .........................................6628 1358
LIFELINE .........................................................................................131 114
MENSLINE 7pm11pm nightly (phone counselling & referral for men)..6622 2240
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meets daily ....................................6680 7280
NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE ..................................................6684 1286
NORTHERN RIVERS GAMBLING SERVICE ...........................6687 2520
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 24 hour crisis line ...............................1800 656 463
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS Meet 7.30pm Tuesdays
at Byron Hospital Group Room, Shirly St, Byron Bay ......................0466 885 820
NORTHERN RIVERS WILDLIFE CARERS...............................6628 1866
KOALA HOTLINE........................................................6622 1233
GEORGE THE SNAKE MAN.................................................0407 965 092
NSW Wildlife Information & Rescue Service (WIRES) ..........6628 1898
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Please stick this by your phone
KEONI
8 DEC 1998 - 28 JUNE 2012
love.
you taught me,
and I hold you in the most
precious place I know;
unconditional love.
Breken is a beautiful black and white
girl just 1 year old. She was found
abandoned with her two kittens Mac
and Zac, featured last week. Breken
is quiet, gentle and one of the most
affectionate cats to come to the
shelter. She would make a loving
addition to any family so come along
and meet this little survivor at AWL,
Tuesday 9-11am,
Thursday 3-5pm and
Saturday 10-12 noon,
or phone 6684 4070.
Br eken
Millie is a 12mth
old, desexed,
vaccinated and
microchipped
Smitheld
(Australian Stumpy
Tailed Cattle Dog) X.
She is living in
foster care with two
dogs and two cats. She is well
trained and would love room to
run around.
If you can give Millie a
permanent home, please phone
Yolana on 0449 049 136 or the
Friends of the Pound Rehoming
Centre on 07 5524 8590.
Visit www.friendsofthepound.
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it is his duty to keep you company!
This lovely big boy requires a home
where his new owner is home a lot.
He was a very reluctant surrender due
to illness. Check him out www.cawi.
org.au or phone
0458 461935.
Adopt fees apply.
Lochy
PETS FOR LIFE ANIMAL SHELTER
Please make an appointment
0403 533 589 Billinudgel
www.petsforlifeanimalshelter.org
What a cheeky face ! Young
April - full of character, playful,
sweet and powered by a loud
purring motor.
She is a quiet youngster (5
months), and like so many
reserved cats, she has very
special qualities that will
quickly win your heart. Check
her beautiful torti colours on
the website.
All cats are desexed,
microchipped and vaccinated.
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Exploring the maritime his-
tory of one of Australias most
famous destinations just got a
lot easier with the the popu-
lar heritage tours of the Cape
Byron Lighthouse for the cost
of a donation. Cape Byron
Trust Chair Yvonne Stewart
said during the winter school
holidays the Lighthouse Tours
allow visitors to explore and
appreciate the maritime herit-
age of Byron Bay.
Our aim is to improve visi-
tor experience so, for the cost
of a donation people can now
join an experienced guide and
volunteers to find out about
the history and signifcance of
this unique lighthouse.
Take a step back in time to
discover what the daily du-
ties of the Lighthouse Keepers
and their families at the Cape
would have been like. [Visi-
tors] can see the signal fags,
the Keepers desk and uni-
form on display, providing a
reminder of former days when
there were three Keepers fami-
lies living at Cape Byron from
1901 with the last keeper lef
in 1989.
Today the Lighthouse, an
important north coast icon,
is managed by a community
trust with the NPWS and joint
management with the Bund-
jalung of Byron Bay Arakwal
Aboriginal People.
Guided tours of the Cape
Byron Lighthouse, which take
take approximately 40 min-
utes, are available on Tues-
days, Thursdays and Fridays
(all year), and Saturdays (NSW
school holidays).
Te Lighthouse climbs take
approximately 20 minutes and
are conducted by volunteers
on most other days subject to
availability.
Luis Feliu
Former captain of the Aus-
tralian netball team Liz Ellis
has appealed to Ballina Shire
councillors to double the
number of basketball courts
planned for the towns sports
and events centre now on the
drawing board.
Ms Ellis, who now calls Bal-
lina home afer moving there
recently with her husband and
young daughter, told council-
lors last week that two indoor
courts for basketball or netball
in the proposed new sports
complex was just not enough.
She told councils public-ac-
cess session that a four-court
confguration for the stadium
would add enormously to this
community. She said a recent
federal government report
blamed a distinct lack of in-
frastructure as a major barrier
to participation in sport at a
junior level.
Ms Ellis, who sits on the
board of the Australian Sports
Commission, told councillors
of a facility in Sydney which
had increased in size to accom-
modate many other indoor
sports such as table tennis and
badminton and had boosted
the number of older people us-
ing the facility and involving
themselves in those sports.
Within four years, four peo-
ple at that centre were com-
peting in the masters games,
she said.
One thing I love about Bal-
lina as a new resident is the
many beautiful old people
here and we should cater for
them; activities such as those
are great for their physical and
mental health as well as for
younger ones.
I have a nine-month-old
daughter and I hope in years to
come she will use a four-court
facility in Ballina.
Ms Ellis, 39, is the most
capped international player for
Australian netball and played
for the national netball team
from 1992 to 2007.
She quipped that she is a
fully paid-up but bad-per-
forming member of Ballina
Basketball and also conducts
coaching clinics in Sydney,
saying she would be the frst
person to book the four-court
facility, which would also do
away with the problem of wet
weather.
Cr David Wright said coun-
cillors last week decided to
hold a workshop with the de-
signers soon to see if theres
room for a four-court stadium,
and the master plan for the fa-
cility would then proceed.
Ballina Basketball Asso-
ciations Eva Ramsey also ap-
pealed to councillors for a
four-court stadium, saying an
expanded facility was badly
needed for the towns growing
sporting community.
Ms Ramsey said the towns
existing seven indoor courts
for use by basketball or net-
ball were mostly of limits or
unsuitable.
We have 154 members and
need a home urgently.
She said there were 46 bas-
ketball teams in Ballina but
only space for six and that
the courts were needed also
for other sports such as wheel-
chair basketball, lifeball and
futsal.
LEAF trivia night in July
Tour the Cape lighthouse
Netball star wants bigger
stadium for Ballina Shire
Charity group African LEAF is
planning a trivia night for July
20 at the Byron Bay Golf Club.
Local Queen of Trivia, Alison
Mackay, will be the quizmis-
tress supported by the ABCs
Mick ORegan as MC.
Register a team ASAP on
0407 573 386 as bookings are
limited. If you dont have a
group of eight, LEAF can fnd
you a table to join.
Volunteers to serve food on
the night or to donate food to
be sold would also be much
appreciated.
42 July 3, 2012 The Byron Shire Echo www.echo.net.au
IMMUNISATION CLINICS
Free immunisation clinics are held in conjunction with the
North Coast Area Health Service each month at:
Byron Bay Community Health, Shirley Street, Byron Bay
(next to Hospital) Thursday 12 July 2012 (2nd Thursday of
each month), 1.30pm-3.30pm
Brunswick Heads Community Centre, South Beach Road,
Brunswick Heads Thursday 26 July 2012, (4th Thursday of
each month), 1.30pm-3.30pm.
The following vaccines are provided: Infanrix-Hexa (diphtheria,
tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, HIB & polio combination);
Prevenar (pneumococcal); Rotarix (rotavirus); Priorix
(measles, mumps, rubella combination); Meningococcal C;
Hib; Varilrix (varicella); Infanrix-IPV (diphtheria, tetanus,
pertussis, polio combination for 4 year olds).
PLEASE NOTE: Appointments are required and can be made by
phoning 02 6685 6254. Also bring your childs immunisation
records and Medicare card.
Vaccination enquiries: Contact Community Health
Immunisation Co-ordinator 02 6687 0000 or Environmental
Services at Byron Shire Council 02 6626 7054.
NSW COUNCIL ELECTIONS
8 SEPTEMBER 2012
BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL
Rolls Of Electors
An election of the councillors and election of mayor for Byron
Shire Council will be held on Saturday 8 September 2012.
Non-residential Rolls
If you are an owner, rate-paying lessee or occupier of rateable
land which is not your primary residence, you or a nominee
may be entitled to be enrolled on the roll of non-residential
owners of rateable land or the roll of occupiers and rate-
paying lessees for this election.
Details of the eligibility criteria for a claim and enrolment
claim forms may be obtained from Byron Shire Councils
Administration ofce at 70-90 Station Street, Mullumbimby
or from Councils website at www.byron.nsw.gov.au.
The claim must be completed and lodged with Byron Shire
Council on or before 6.00pm Monday 30 July 2012.
If a claim for non-residential enrolment was made for a
previous council election, and you wish to claim enrolment
for this election, you must re-apply.
Residential Roll
All electors enrolled on the Commonwealth/State electoral roll
as at Monday 30 July 2012 residing in Byron Shire Council
will be included on the roll for the election.
To check your enrolment details or to obtain a residential
enrolment form visit www.votensw.info or call
1300 135 736.
Enrolment forms are also available from any Australia Post
ofce. Enrolment forms must be received by 6.00pm Monday
30 July 2012 by:
Post to: Australian Electoral Commission, Reply paid 9867
SYDNEY NSW 2001 (No stamp is needed if posted in
Australia)
Or Fax 02 9375 6384
Or Email info@aec.gov.au
Voting in Local Government (council) elections is
compulsory for all electors included on the residential roll.
Residential Roll Enquiries:
NSW Electoral Commission 1300 135 736
Non-residential Roll Enquiries:
Gayle McCallum 02 6626 7045
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING &
ASSESSMENT (EP&A) ACT
(Section 101 EP&A Act 1979 and Clause
124 & 137 EP&A Regulations 2000)
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS DETERMINED
COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATES ISSUED
The following development consents, together with any
conditions imposed, may be inspected free of charge at
Councils Information and Enquiry Counter, Station Street,
Mullumbimby during normal ofce hours 9.00am to 4.00pm
weekdays, excluding public holidays. The validity of these
consents cannot be questioned in any legal proceeding
except those commenced in the Land & Environment Court
by any person within 3 months of this notice.
APPLICATIONS APPROVED
10.2012.146.1 BYRON BAY
7/16 Oakland Court
(Lot 7 DP 286408)
Two storey dwelling-house
10.2012.235.1
MULLUMBIMBY
33 Tuckeroo Avenue
(Lot 3 DP 1169053)
Single storey dwelling
10.2012.186.1
SUFFOLK PARK
15/3 Sallywattle Drive
(Lot 18 DP 270338)
Double storey dwelling and
swimming pool
5.1995.69.3 BYRON BAY
31 Lilli Pilli Drive
(Lot 27 DP 845454)
Modication to basement and
a new bathroom
10.2012.169.1 BANGALOW
5 Ferguson Court
(Lot 47 DP 883263)
Granny at (secondary dwelling)
10.2012.131.1 BYRON BAY
4 Ocean Street
(Lot 39 DP 260562)
Granny at (secondary
dwelling)
10.2012.190.1
OCEAN SHORES
61 Orana Road
(Lot 280 DP 238455)
Convert existing garage to
activity room
10.2012.55.1 BYRON BAY
36 Cowper Street
(Lot 19 Sec 30 DP 758207)
Dual occupancy (including
alterations and additions to
existing dwelling)
10.2012.223.1
BRUNSWICK HEADS
11 Bower Street
(Lot 16 DP 1174624)
Granny at (secondary
dwelling)
10.2012.242.1 BYRON BAY
10A Cemetery Road
(Lot 2 DP 880389)
Tree removal one tree
10.2012.257.1 BYRON BAY
4 Ocean Street
(Lot 39 DP 260562)
Tree removal one tree
10.2012.263.1 MYOCUM
121 Myocum Downs Road
(Lot 100 DP 785546)
Tree removal two trees
10.2012.265.1 BYRON BAY
37 Bangalow Road
(Lot 1 DP 24517)
Tree removal one tree
10.2012.268.1 MYOCUM
60 Kingsvale Road
(Lot 1 DP 1094599)
Tree removal one tree
10.2012.187.1
BRUNSWICK HEADS
14 The Terrace
(Lot A DP 340856)
Change of use butcher to cafe
10.2012.201.1
OCEAN SHORES
11 Wirree Drive
(Lot 436 DP 238451)
Construction of a second storey
addition to an existing dwelling
and conversion of part of ground
oor to a secondary dwelling
APPLICATIONS REFUSED
10.2011.518.1 COORABELL
890 Coolamon Scenic Drive
(Lot 2 DP 247375)
Additions to existing dwelling
house
APPLICATIONS
WITHDRAWN
10.2012.188.1
NEW BRIGHTON
3 Short Street
(Lot 8 Sec 6 DP 6834)
Alteration/additions to existing
dwelling
10.2012.122.1 BYRON BAY
19/21-25 Cemetery Road
(Lot 19 SP 35995)
Awning, carport and tree removal
COMPLYING
DEVELOPMENT
CERTIFICATES ISSUED
16.2012.24.1 OCEAN SHORES
81A Rajah Road
(Lot 5381 DP 1059314)
Secondary dwelling
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING &
ASSESSMENT ACT, 1979
Public Exhibition of Development
Applications
Council is in receipt of the following Development
Application(s). Byron Shire Council is the Consent Authority.
Any person may view the application(s) and the documents
accompanying the application(s) at Councils Information and
Enquiry Counter, Station Street, Mullumbimby from 9.00am
to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted). Any
submission needs to be received by 4.00pm on the last day
of the exhibition period.
Any person may make a written submission to the General
Manager in relation to any of the development applications.
Where the submission is by way of an objection the submission
must set out the grounds of the objection. If you are making
a submission you may be required to lodge, now or possibly
in the future, a Political Donations and Gifts Disclosure
Statement. It is your responsibility to ensure you meet your
obligations to disclose reportable political donations and gifts.
A failure to meet your obligations is an offence the penalty
for which can include signicant nes and/or imprisonment.
A Guideline providing detailed information on the disclosure
obligations is available at www.byron.nsw.gov.au/political-
donations or from Council. Council strongly urges you to read
the Guideline and satisfy yourself that you are complying with
your disclosure obligations prior to lodging a submission. All
Political Donations and Gifts Disclosure Statements will be
public documents and all information contained in them will be
available to the public and government agencies.
Submissions will be made public in accordance with Schedule
1 Part 3 Clause 1(a)(vi) of the GIPA Regulations 2009 as
applicable including both the substance of the objection and
the identity of the objector. For assistance with this please call
Councils Records Coordinator on 02 6626 7113.
Council will not deal with the application until after the
exhibition period has expired. All submissions will be taken
into account in determining the application. Please quote the
development application and property description when
making a submission.
EXHIBITION CLOSES
9 JULY 2012
10.2012.259.1 BYRON BAY
22 Oodgeroo Gardens
(Lot 2 DP 1170463)
Mrs E & Mr T H Taylor:
Dwelling, granny at
(secondary dwelling),
swimming pool and tree
removal/lopping (one tree)
10.2011.441.2 BYRON BAY
1 Cavvanbah Street
(Lot 10 DP 1153734)
Mr T Nabi: S96 to amend
contributions and levies
and delete requirement for
disabled facilities (change of
use of approved expanded
dwelling to bed and breakfast
establishment)
10.2012.270.1 OCEAN
SHORES
4 Qui Court
(Lot 1506 DP 245028)
Mr S Z & Mrs J Jankevics:
Granny at (secondary
dwelling)
10.2012.269.1 BYRON BAY
Bayshore Drive
(Lot 1 DP 780243)
North Byron Beach Resort
Pty Ltd: Small cultural events
(with some event camping)
10.2012.273.1 BYRON BAY
Ewingsdale Road
(Lot 235 DP 755695)
The Sound Alliance:
Placement and use of
temporary structures as a
refreshment stop during
the Splendour in the Grass
Festival
EXHIBITION CLOSES
16 JULY 2012
10.2011.117.2
MULLUMBIMBY
Tuckeroo Avenue
(Lot 36 DP 1169053)
SJ Connelly Pty Ltd: S96 to
amend the approved allotment
conguration and conditions
of consent (stage 2 of urban
subdivision comprising 28
residential allotments and
associated civil infrastructure
and access roads)
10.2012.264.1 BANGALOW
3C Rie Range Road
(Lot 32 DP 1154407)
Stephen McElroy &
Associates: Subdivision
to create two residential
allotments
10.2012.275.1
MULLUMBIMBY
55 Burringbar Street
(Lot 39 Sec 4 DP 2772)
Ken Connell & Associates Pty
Ltd & Mr C A Gutierrez: Part
change of use from retail to
restaurant
EXHIBITION CLOSES
25 JULY 2012
10.2009.314.7
MULLUMBIMBY
Tuckeroo Avenue
(Lot 36 DP 1169053)
SJ Connelly Pty Ltd: S96
to alter staging (staged
subdivision development
with rst stage to create 29
residential lots, public roads
and open space)
10.2008.352.14 TYAGARAH
Pacic Highway (Lot 103 &
104 & 105 DP 1023126)
Geolink Consulting Pty
Ltd: S96 modication to
enable the East Coast Blues
and Roots Festival to occur
permanently over the Easter
Holiday period with no expiry
on the development consent
plus associated modications
(place of assembly (Blues
Festival) incorporating a annual
5 day music festival over the
Easter Holiday weekend each
year with a maximum number
of people per day of 20,000
and associated carparking, on-
site camping, food and market)
COUNCIL CONTACT DETAILS
Council administration centre 6626 7000
Email council@byron.nsw.gov.au
Web www.byron.nsw.gov.au
Emergency after hours 6622 7022
Works Depot 6685 9300
Resident parking stickers Fax: 6684 3018
Sportseld information line 6626 7111
SES Controller 6684 3444
Rural Fire Service 6684 3662
Myocum Waste & Recycling Centre 6684 1870
Community Access Points: Documents on exhibition are
available for review at the Council Administration Centre
(Mullumbimby), Bangalow Post Ofce, Summerland Credit
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Young Turks fall to older Turkeys
Story & photo John Campbell
We must now confront harsh
reality the Mullumbimby Gi-
ants, afer losing to Kyogle, are
now at unbackable odds to win
the NRRRLs wooden spoon
for 2012.
Their failure to get off the
bottom rung of the ladder is
not for want of trying. The
boys get stuck in every week,
but you get the impression that
the habit of losing has gripped
their collective psyche. Hav-
ing so many youngsters in A-
grade who might otherwise be
honing their skills and learning
rugby leagues tougher lessons
in the more forgiving environs
of the Under 18s is also not
ideal.
Last Saturdays game away
to the Turkeys (in Roosters
jerseys) followed what has be-
come a depressingly familiar
pattern. On a ground boggy
afer a week of rain a factor
which would have only made
heavier the legs of those juniors
backing up the Giants went
toe to toe with their opponents
in the opening skirmishes. Pe-
nalised on the second tackle
after kicking off (some refs
yearn to be on the stage), Mul-
lum showed typical resolve in
defending their line against
Kyogles glut of possession. At
such close quarters for set afer
set, however, it only takes one
slip-up to bring you undone.
Te Turkeys, with quick, short
passing and handling bet-
ter than the slimy conditions
might have encouraged, fnally
created the gap and jumped to
a 60 lead.
Mullum did not drop their
bundle indeed, they lifted
and through tries to half-back
Aaron Booth and the ageless
Glen Godbee, who few along
the left flank, they returned
fre to get their noses ahead by
126.
As is so ofen the case with
struggling teams, however, the
contest was turned on its head
in the fve minutes before and
afer half-time.
Kyogle won a scrum fifty
out, a straightforward tackle
was missed and their full-back
sprinted away for a converted
try (I stood right behind the
kicker and remain convinced
that his shot at goal faded out-
side the upright). Upon the
resumption, the Giants were
pinged again, as they regu-
larly are at the most dispirit-
ing moments, and the Turkeys
were once more at their throat
to cross for an inevitable try.
When Mullum conceded an-
other four-pointer straight afer
the break, the home side found
themselves in a comfort zone
that was never threatened.
As players came and went
in the blue-and-gold, the Gi-
ants shape, particularly in at-
tack, began to fray. With his
mates showing signs of de-
scending into a rabble, prop
Robbie Crazy Goodacre burst
mightily through the guts of
the ruck and fanged downfeld
like Black Caviar okay, may-
be it was more like Mr Ed, but,
whatever, it was a stirring run
from a lion-hearted competi-
tor, and it ended in an outra-
geous coathanger.
Te fnal score of 32-12 was a
fair indicator of the contest, but
tireless captain Jake Francisco
will not have been disappoint-
ed with his sides commitment.
Tere is a fne side brewing at
Mullumbimby, unfortunately
were not likely to see it until
2013.
NRRRL Results
Round 7
THURSDAY
Casino V Kyogle
Under 18s: 2416
Reserves: 2822
Firsts: 344
FRIDAY
GraftonRhinosVLower Clarence
Reserves: 3026
SATURDAY
E vans Head V Grafton Ghosts
Under 18s: 642
Reserves: 630
Firsts: 430
Marist Brothers V Murwillumbah
Under 18s: 3018
Reserves: 2414
Firsts: 620
SUNDAY
Byron Bay V Ballina
Under 18s: 1626
Reserves: 1826
Firsts: 1024
Northern United V Mullumbimby
Under 18s: 1244
Reserves: 304
Firsts: 5040
1st SAT Bruns Heads 6628 4495
1st SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777
1st SAT LismoreConArtists 0407 124 991
1st SUN Byron Bay 6685 6807
1st SUN Lismore Car Boot 6628 7333
2nd SUN The Channon 6688 6433
2nd SUN Lennox Head 6686 2139
2nd SUN Alstonville 6628 1568
3rd SAT Mullumbimby 6684 3370
3rd SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777
3rd SUN Uki 6679 5921
3rd SUN Nimbin 6689 0000
3rd SUN Lismore Car Boot 6628 7333
3rd SUN Ballina 6687 4328
4th SUN Bangalow 6687 1911
5th SUN Lennox Head 6687 8618
5th SUN Nimbin 6689 0000
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The Mullumbimby Giants might be doing it tough in A-grade, but the Under 18s are braining it.
On Saturday they travelled to Kyogle to behead the Turkeys by 22-10.
Groms getting the job done
Story & photo Eve Jefery
Local junior surfers Mikey
Wright and Zac Whiteman
are surfng in two of the big-
gest surfing grom competi-
tions in the country. Te two
lads are both moving ahead in
their surfng careers and were
together recently for a photo
shoot with sponsor Quiksilver.
A born-and-bred Lennox
boy, 13-year-old Zac Wight-
mans favourite break at Len-
nox is Te Point. Globally he
likes Macaronis in the Men-
tawai Islands. Zac has been
surfng since he was a toddler
and he started on a 62 purple
foamy. He has been competing
since before he reached double
digits and he has surfed across
the country and the world. Ive
had a few good wins. I have
won state, Ive won Grom fest
and second on the Occy a few
good results.
Zac has his head firmly
screwed on for a lad so young.
Hes very focused and self-pos-
sessed and its hard not to think
he will go far in the sport. Even
though he hates to say it, he does
believe that school is important.
Schools always frst. Tats half
my idea and half mum and
dads. You gotta do it but I get
to surf before school and af-
ter school I just run over to
Sharps, its always a good spot.
Zac says hed like to be at the
top of the ASP. Id like to go
professional but I will have fun
and go where it takes me. I will
still always enjoy surfng it
is my priority so we will see
where it goes.
Another Lennox local is
Mikey Wright, last in line of
the surfing Wright clan. The
15-year-old, who has been surf-
ing since he was four and com-
peting from the age of eight,
says that his frst board was one
of his fathers which has passed
down through the family.
Mikey hopes to turn pro and
says his career highlights so far
are winning King of the Groms
at the 2012 Quiky Pro and win-
ning the Australian junior surf-
ing title in December 2011. Like
Zac he also likes Te Point and
he also likes a particular right
hander at Saint Leu in the Re-
union Islands.
Surfng siblings Tim, Owen,
Kirby and Tyler have paved the
way for Mikey with three of
the four having professional
careers in the sport. Mikey
says its great always having
someone around to talk surf-
ing with.
Mikey says that he doesnt
feel that being in his position
in the family has any adverse
efect on him. It doesnt put
much pressure on me. Its great
to have them on tour. Te are
good for support and advice.
We do all get out for a surf to-
gether occasionally and thats
really fun too.
Local groms Zav Whiteman and Mikey Wright are looking towards professional careers in
surfng from their humble beginnings in Lennox Head.
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Full moon July 4 04:52
Third quarter July 11 11:48
New moon July 19 14:25
First quarter July 26 18:57
Day of
month
Sun
rise
Sun
set
Moon
rise
Moon
set
High tide,
height (m)
Low tide,
height (m)
1 S 0639 1700 1427 0333 0541,1.38; 1807,1.89 1128,0.43
2 M 0639 1700 1527 0439 0643,1.41; 1901,1.98 0050,0.31; 1223,0.40
3 T 0639 1701 1632 0541 0740,1.43; 1955,2.02 0145,0.23; 1318,0.39
4 W 0639 1701 1738 0637 0833,1.45; 2045,2.02 0237,0.19; 1412,0.38
5 T 0639 1701 1843 0726 0924,1.46; 2133,1.97 0326,0.18; 1504,0.40
6 F 0639 1702 1946 0810 1014,1.46; 2220,1.87 0413,0.22; 1555,0.44
7 S 0639 1702 2045 0850 1101,1.45; 2304,1.74 0457,0.28; 1645,0.51
8 S 0639 1703 2142 0926 1149,1.43; 2348,1.59 0540,0.36; 1735,0.58
9 M 0638 1703 2238 1000 1236,1.42 0620,0.44; 1828,0.65
10 T 0638 1704 2331 1034 0032,1.45; 1324,1.42 0701,0.51; 1925,0.71
11 W 0638 1704 1108 0120,1.33; 1415,1.43 0743,0.56; 2030,0.74
12 T 0638 1705 0025 1143 0216,1.23; 1510,1.45 0830,0.60; 2141,0.74
13 F 0638 1705 0118 1221 0321,1.18; 1604,1.49 0921,0.62; 2249,0.69
14 S 0637 1706 0210 1302 0428,1.17; 1658,1.54 1015,0.62; 2346,0.62
15 S 0637 1706 0302 1346 0527,1.19; 1745,1.60 1105,0.60
16 M 0637 1707 0353 1434 0617,1.22; 1830,1.67 0033,0.54; 1151,0.57
17 T 0636 1707 0443 1526 0700,1.26; 1910,1.73 0114,0.47; 1234,0.54
18 W 0636 1708 0529 1620 0741,1.30; 1948,1.78 0150,0.41; 1315,0.50
19 T 0636 1708 0613 1717 0819,1.33; 2026,1.81 0226,0.36; 1356,0.47
20 F 0635 1709 0654 1814 0858,1.37; 2103,1.81 0301,0.32; 1437,0.45
21 S 0635 1709 0733 1913 0938,1.40; 2143,1.79 0337,0.30; 1520,0.44
22 S 0634 1710 0810 2012 1020,1.44; 2224,1.74 0415,0.29; 1606,0.45
23 M 0634 1710 0846 2111 1105,1.47; 2308,1.65 0453,0.30; 1656,0.48
24 T 0633 1711 0923 2211 1153,1.49; 2357,1.55 0534,0.33; 1749,0.51
25 W 0633 1711 1001 2313 1245,1.52 0619,0.37; 1850,0.55
26 T 0632 1712 1042 0051,1.43; 1342,1.54 0708,0.42; 2001,0.56
27 F 0632 1712 1128 0017 0157,1.33; 1445,1.59 0804,0.47; 2120,0.54
28 S 0631 1713 1219 0122 0312,1.26; 1551,1.65 0908,0.49; 2238,0.47
29 S 0631 1714 1315 0226 0428,1.25; 1657,1.73 1014,0.48; 2345,0.38
30 M 0630 1714 1216 0327 0537,1.29; 1757,1.82 1116,0.44
31 T 0629 1715 1520 0424 0635,1.34; 1851,1.89 0043,0.28; 1215.0.40
Times Eastern Standard Time.
Time lags: Ballina Boat Dock: 15 min; Byron Bay: nil;
Brunswick River Hwy Bridge: high 30 min, low 1 hr;
Mullumbimby: 1 hr 10 min; Billinudgel: 3 hr 55 min;
Chinderah: high 1 hr 30 min, low 2 hr; Terranora Inlet: high
2 hr 10 min, low 2 hr 25 min; Murwillumbah: high 2 hr 30
min, low 2 hr 50 min. Tides in bold indicate high tide of
1.7m or more and low tide of 0.3m or less.
Data courtesy of the National Tidal Centre.
JULY 2012
Astronomical data
and tides
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Breeze for Magpies a fzzer
Story Mick Hosking
Due to Ballina Bombers
ground being closed the Byron
Coopers Magpies played them
at Pottsville on Saturday.
Again Byron started slowly
and Ballina and raced out to a
four -goal lead by the 15-min-
ute mark of the frst quarter.
Byron players regrouped and
centre man Dave Smith was
gaining the upper hand in the
middle and with Kane Bullock
ferce attack on the ball they
closed the gap with two late
goals.
The second quarter was a
tough battle with the Magpies
trying to get back on top. Mag-
pies on-baller Nathan Moon
was taking control around the
half back line. Nic Carram was
providing plenty of drive with
his attack and pace and Liam
Afick was getting his hands
on the Sherrin up front but By-
ron went into half time still 22
points down,
Byron players came out with
intent and purpose. Byron
stalwart Mick Hosking was in-
troduced to play and had an
immediate impact, snapping
a major around his body and
another of the ground in the
goal square.
Te Magpies intensity rose
and the players rallied and out-
played the Bombers all over
the ground. The backline of
Jared Balchin and Dan Tifn
were strong again with Sam
Lucas countering Ballinas at-
tacks. Shayne Baldwin was run-
ning riot and creating scoring
opportunities. Byron scored
six goals while restricting the
Bombers to one for the quarter
and had a nine-point lead.
Having the use of a handy
breeze, Byron should have
put the Bombers away but in-
stead got hammered. Ballina
on-ballers were too quick and
skilled and tore the Magpies
apart. Te Bombers kicked six-
while holding the Magpies to
two. While no loss is good it
showed the depth of the club by
being able to feld a side with so
many players unavailable.
Byron Goals Liam Afick
3, Mick Hosking 3, Shayne
Baldwin 1, Nic Carram 1, Dane
Davidson 1, Heath Griggs 1,
Karim Kaufman, Matt Kurvlo-
wicz 1 and Nick Doyle 1.
Byron Best Kane Bullock,
Nathan Moon, Shayne Bald-
win, Sam Lucas, Jared Balchin,
and Dave Smith.
With fve games lef for the
season the Magpies take on
Carrara at Bangalow Saturday.
AFL report author and Magpies veteran Mick Three Kicks, Three Goals Hosking snaps truly.
Photo Scott Anlezar.
Showdown of the Showdown
Brittani Nicholl from Pottsville
few home from competing in
the Swatch Pro in France to be
at the last All Girls Surf Show-
down and dominated the Len-
nox Hotel Open Pro fnal scor-
ing a total of 15 points out of 20.
Te conditions in the wa-
ter were tricky but also good,
some of the best Ive had for a
contest, said Nicholl. For the
event to have such a strong
feld of surfers made the win
feel that much better!
Tis is the fnal year of the
Showdown. Event founder/
directors Max Perrot and
Kellie OBrien both feel that
female opportunities have im-
proved greatly over the years
and the event has fulflled its
need. To make the decision
to finish was tough because
you just think that its going
to go on forever, sid Max. It
took us a bit of time to decide
and we are really proud that
we fnished on our own terms.
Its nice when its your decision
and not because everything
fell apart.
Nicholl said that it will be
sad to see the event disappear
of the calendar. I think every-
body should be looking at it as
more of a celebration as Max
and Kellie have both achieved
what they originally set out
to do when they created this
event with Keryn Noach 20
years ago. You just have to look
at the names on the honour
roll and youll soon realise that
this event has defnitely been a
major help in creating a path
for womens surfng.
Te feld was the strongest in
many years with competitors
making a big efort to be part
of the last year. WQS surfers
Dimity Stoyle, Phillipa An-
derson, Brittani Nicholl and
Georgia Fish rushed back from
France to compete.
Former top-fve professional
surfer Samantha Cornish also
took part. Cornish won the
Showdowns Junior Pro divi-
sion back in 1999 before mak-
ing the world top 10 in 2002. I
really enjoyed coming to the
event as a junior and being
there last year, she said. Its a
great opportunity to catch up
with everyone. Te Showdown
has helped the development of
junior surfers over the 20 years
and its been one of the best
female events in Australia.
Kiara Meredith with a Tyler Wright board at the fnal All Girls Showdown. Photo Leon Meredith.
Shiners and Cossacks rugby thriller
Dean Trevaskis
Geez they look like theyre
having fun, came the call
from one spectator during the
Moonshiners exuberant warm
ups against the Iluka Cossacks
at Brunswick Heads on Satur-
day. Tat enthusiasm was the
catalyst for a fying start.
So often on the back foot
early the Shiners immediately
invaded the Cossacks territo-
ry. With Iluka strung out Sati
Siamoa put the high ball up
for Dillon Moonshine Robbo
Pyne. He was at full stretch
reaching for the loose ball only
for a desperate Cossack kick to
send it into touch.
Off the restart tight-head
Matt Perry imposed him-
self with a gun barrel straight
twenty-metre run.
Loose-head Lachlan Stubbs
ran the second phase and of
loaded to Hooker Leon Math-
cett-Oates for a well-celebrated
try.
Neon Leon was in the spot-
light ten minutes later with a
ffy-metre line break that had
the faithful in raptures. Some
desperate Iluka cover stopped
him five metres short. The
Shiners then capitalised on
some excellent line out work
with slick passing through the
backs culminating in a twist-
ing, sliding try scoring run for
breakaway Lucas Smokin Joe
Frazier.
Mullum dominated the
break down with Jimmy Pyne
ferocious and Seymour Wal-
ters pilfering anything loose.
At tennil down Iluka upped
the ante.
Possession evened up and
things got scrappy as both sides
wrestled for the ascendancy. As
is ofen the case penalties broke
the stalemate to give the Cos-
sacks feld position and an at-
tacking platform fve metres of
the Mullum line.
Te Cossacks recycled well
and of the back of some good
pick and drive crossed in the
corner as the half-time whistle
blew.
Both sides were creating
plenty of opportunities in the
second half but Mullum was
the frst to convert the poten-
tial.
Of the back of some good
work by the forwards the backs
were given some space and
an overlap to send old boot
contender Scotty Hazlewood-
Potts diving across the white
line. Ten with a ten-point lead
and a fourth try bonus point
in sight the Shiners lost focus
with passes hitting the deck
at crucial times and the pen-
alty count rising. Te Cossacks
sniffed an opening and with
nothing to lose threw down the
gauntlet. On the back of eight
phases parked on Mullums line
a Cossacks winger pierced a
gap, scored and it was game on.
Mullum led by three points
and with shadows lengthening
and the big girl doing her Do
Re Mis in the dunny the Cos-
sacks launched an audacious
plunder.
Tey put the high ball up,
retained it six meters out with
a leap and gather, one of load,
Moonshiners scrambling, two
of loads a jinking run and a
League fll-in showing his in-
experience with a blind over-
the-head pass that was gleeful-
ly intercepted by the Mullum
defence and roosted into touch
to end the contest 1512 in the
Shiners favour over the gallant
Cossacks. In a genuine team ef-
fort for Mullum the standouts
were Matt Perry, Jimmy Pyne
and Leon Matchett-Oates.
The Shiners will need to
be on song for the full sev-
enty minutes this Saturday at
Brunswick Heads against Ban-
galow. Kick-of is 2pm.
Fighting on with the Mudcrabs
The Mullumbimby Mudcrabs Division 3 men played at Kingsclif on the weekend. Brett Bubba
Archibald, who has swapped leagues ball for hockeys stick, was instrumental in keeping the
score close in the eventual 20 loss to the ladders current bridesmaid Murwillumbah.
Also on Saturday Division 2 beat Casuarina 50 with Adam Gadowski and Simon Johnston
scoring two goals each and Jimmy Arthur grabbing one. On Sunday in a catch up game D2
produced a great game of hockey to beat last years premiers Waratahs 54. Captain Abel East
scored a hat-trick of goals, Nathan Robinson scored one and Simon Johnston scored the match
winner just as the fulltime hooter sounded. Photo Tree Faerie.
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Tallowood releases new house range
The collective of owners of
Mullumbimbys Tallowood
Ridge Estate say they went
back to the drawing board afer
listening to feedback from the
recent housing affordability
seminar in Mullumbimby.
The majority of feedback
was positive, and three land
sales at Tallowood have oc-
curred since then, said Sarah
Freeman, one of the Tallowood
directors. However weve had
a lot of requests for home de-
signs in a style that refects the
heritage and rural character of
our area. Weve also had feed-
back from those who would
like to see a house and land
package under $300,000.
So weve been working re-
ally hard and have come up
with a range of six country style
homes, priced from $110,000
for the two bedroom Coolamon
95 to $198,400 for the three bed-
room, two bathroom Summer-
land 172 with its spacious wrap-
around covered decks.
All home prices include
driveway and front landscap-
ing. Land at Tallowood is
priced from $181,000 for a
493m block.
So now its possible to own
your own home in the Byron
shire for $291,000, said Sarah.
Each lot ofers plenty of room
for play plus a pool, bedroom
or granny fat extension later
on. Were thrilled to be able to
offer a high quality weather-
board and Colorbond home on
land for well under $300,000.
Te marketplace here in our
shire is only for the well-heeled
purchasers, said Rose Wanc-
hap of Red Rose Realty. Many
of our workers live outside the
Byron Shire because they cant
aford to rent and they cant af-
ford to buy at the prices houses
are selling for.
For the frst time I see light
at the end of the tunnel with
these houses. Teyre really nice
homes and, for the frst time,
they are genuinely afordable.
A lot of efort has gone into
ensuring that the range of dif-
ferent homes all refect rural
Byron, according to Sarah
Freeman. The weatherboard
exterior, sturdy posts on the ve-
randas, white trims to corners
and windows, classic handrails,
round gutters instead of mod-
ern square gutters, colourbond
roof at Queenslander pitch,
double-hung windows all of
these things together make up
the country style, she said.
We also wanted to ensure
that the homes were not high-
maintenance, as it is in all of
our interests to have Tallow-
ood continue to look fresh as
the years pass. Durability of
fnish is a key reason so many
people choose brick and tile,
so we chose materials and fn-
ishes to get the durability of
brick and tile but in the relaxed
country character.
To v i e w t he f ul l
range of homes go to
www.tallowoodridge.com.
Perched high on a hill this property is of immense beauty with
stunning 270 degree mountain and ocean vistas. The home is
of excellent design featuring high ceilings, red ironbark
ooring, big open plan dining and living area and a state of
the art kitchen with Ilve appliances. The four bedrooms are
generous in size and the master bedroom and bathroom have
fantastic ocean views.
A large media room/second living area is ready for your home
theatre, with ADSL readily available and good mobile
reception. A 4.2 kw feedback to the grid solar system with 22
German solar panels is installed to reduce your power bills.
The land size is 9.053 ha (22.6 acres approximately) of mostly
forest with only a couple of acres to look after and has a good
access road.
Only 7 km from town this property has it all; privacy, fantastic
views, elevation, water, a separate self contained studio and a
perfect north east aspect.
Price: $1,500,000
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today!
For sale $1,250,000.
Sales agent Janice Maple 0401 026 359.
Elders Bangalow 6687 1500.
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Unparalleled Ambience And Privacy!
Byron Hinterland Federal
An absolutely stunning home
Superb established gardens on 5 acres
Beautiful 12.5 tiled in-ground pool
Exceptional quality throughout
Magnificent indoor/outdoor entertaining
Separate spacious guest accommodation
A truly rare offering will not disappoint
For sale $2,500,000.
Inspection by appointment.
Sales agent Duncan Lorimer 0400 844 412.
Elders Bangalow 6687 1500.
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Bangalow
Best buy in Lennox Head!
7 Kalbarri Place, Lennox Head.
Large, well priced, quality home in
Lennox Head
5 carpeted bedrooms, polished timber
floors throughout
Spacious light filled open plan living
and dining areas
Kitchen with stainless steel
appliances & breakfast bar
Covered entertaining area, low
maintenance tropical gardens
Situated on sizeable block with room
for a pool STCA
Great location in private cul de sac
close to playground
Auction 5pm August 1 at Lennox
Hotel Function Room.
Contact Lois Buckett 0428 877 399.
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Views to Blue Knob and Nightcap Range
93 Symonds Road, Blue Knob.
Original farm house Restored
Romantic 2 bedroom cottage with
rustic old shed/studio
Country style kitchen & polished teak
& timber floors
Open style living & elevated verandas
on 3 sides
5 minutes to town facilities & away
from main roads, all weather access
Easy maintenance small acreage
Relax with abundance of wildlife and
room for a horse or two
Auction 5pm August 1 at Lennox
Hotel Function Room.
View by appointment.
Contact Mark Kinneally 0429 868 001.
9/8 Byron Street, Byron Bay
Sensational position, convenient
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom
Short stroll to Main Beach
Fully furnished
Close to all Byron has to offer
No work to be done
Price $520,000.
Liam Annesley 0417 780 795 or
LJ Hooker Byron Bay 6685 7300.
1/12 Marattia Place, Suffolk Park
Solid two storey home
Modern kitchen
3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Open living and dining room
Large yard
Double lock up garage, ample storage
Perfect atmosphere for entertaining
Easy walk to the beach, shops & cafes
Price $585,000.
Liam Annesley 0417 780 795 or
LJ Hooker Byron Bay 6685 7300.
54 Jonson Street, Byron Bay
Given the tightly held nature of the
Byron Bay commercial property market
and the fact that it is arguably one
of the premier property markets of
Australia, 54 Jonson Street is sure to
be highly sought after by occupiers,
developers and investors.
336.7m site, 3A business zone and
upstairs 3 bedroom residential unit.
Glen Irwin 0418 604 080 or Peter Yopp
0411 837 330.
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3 Wirruna Ave, Ocean Shores.
An exceptional elevated home with
ocean views
Thoughtfully designed the home offers
comfort and style combining indoor
and outdoor living
A highly versatile floor plan with
bedroom separation from the open
plan living areas
A spacious self contained area down-
stairs, ideal for the guests and family
Many features such as rich timber
floors, chef style gas cooking kitchen,
Quantum turbo hot water 340lts, stack
sliding doors
Offers above $875,000.
Agent: Mal McPherson 0404 360 586.
Website number 554922.
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Brunswick Heads & Ocean Shores
One for the Family
6 Wilpy Place, Ocean Shores
Set on a large dual access block
877m
Covered outdoor entertaining BBQ
area.
Private and secure backyard great for
the kids
Two living rooms, central kitchen
5 minutes drive to Brunswick Heads,
river and beaches
Price $425,000.
Agent Mal McPherson 0404 360 586.
Web ID 561714.
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Brunswick Heads & Ocean Shores
Sunshine of Your Life
52 Pine Avenue, Mullumbimby.
Charming timber cottage, bathed in
morning sunshine with lush front garden
Polished timber floors, painted timber
walls and 9 timber ceilings
Open plan living & kitchen with
French doors opening onto the sun
soaked front verandah
Covered back patio overlooking
private, landscaped backyard
Level 670m block within easy walking
distance to town, parks and river
Price $450,000.
Contact Paul Eatwell on 0414 466 111
for inspection.
Web ID: 560978.
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Perfectly Positioned Family Home
17 Belongil Crescent, Byron Bay.
Spacious home with 2 living areas
Huge, level backyard, ideal for
families
North aspect at rear, bordering nature
reserve
New carpets & freshly painted
Plenty of room to extend or add
granny flat (STCA)
Double drive through garage
Walking distance to shopping centre
& beach.
For sale $597,000.
Contact Brett Connable, 0408 155 931
brett@rwbyronbay.com
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Rare vacant block with a view to the
ocean
770m vacant land
New rear fence
Architectural plans and reports
available
Price $540,000.
For more details call 02 6685 3397.
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Construction has commenced on this modern three level commercial/residential
complex. The approved development consists of two good sized commercial o ce/
retail spaces on the ground level, three x 2 bedroom apartments on the rst level
and a three bedroom penthouse on the 2nd level. The site is being sold as is.
Contributions have been paid.
Two street frontages in prime location.
Complete the works and reap the rewards!
Construction plans available for viewing on request.
View By Appointment
Auction Thursday 2th July, 12 noon on-site
Agent Sophie Christou
0419 399 222
30 Middleton Street, Byron Bay
Outstanding CBD Investment Opportunity
RH Byron Bay
6685 6588
rh.com.au/byronbay
AUCTION
Thurs 26th July
rh.com.au/byronbay
RH Byron Bay
6685 6588
Approx 18 acres in Byron hinterland
Charming Queenslander circa 1913
Income producing Macadamia trees + orchard
Abundance of water + water licence
Separate log cabin studio + retreat
In-ground 17m salt water pool
32 Jorgensens Lane, Brooklet
Perfectly placed for country life
View Saturday 1pm-2pm
Price Reduced by $100,000
NEW PRICE $1,195,000
Agent Janis Perkins
0438 841 122
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6685 6588
Stunning contemporary 5 bed, 2 bath home
Set on approx 4941m2 of level ground
Low emissivity thermal property glass
Approved extended 1 bed, 1 bath dwelling
Additional approval for a studio and carport
Located in quiet cul de sac with just 3 other homes
14 Magnolia Place, Ewingsdale
Designed for todays living
View Saturday 11am-12pm
Price $1,500,000
Agent Janis Perkins
0438 841 122
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RH Byron Bay
6685 6588
Substantial stone & timber home set on 5 acres
Open plan living areas with stone replace
In-ground pool & expansive covered deck
Garden shed/workshop plus studio/teenage retreat
Large barn provides further scope as guest
accommodation or home o ce
15 Brooklet Road, Newrybar
Expansive property close to Newrybar Village
View Saturday 1-1.30pm
Price NEW PRICE $1,500,000
Agent Sophie Christou
0419 399 222
rh.com.au/byronbay
RH Byron Bay
6685 6588
Expansive and stylish apartment in Byron CBD
Tastefully decorated incl functional re place
Set over 2 levels boasting space & privacy
Expansive indoor & outdoor living areas
Arguably one of the largest apartments in town
Priced to sell!!!
4/3 Marvell Street, Byron Bay
Marvellous Marvell Apartment
View Saturday 3-3.30pm
Price $850,000
Agent Sophie Christou
0419 399 222
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PRICE ..... POSITION ..... PERFECT
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A prime riverfront address on 538
Large north facing two storey home
Easy walk to village conveniences
Tandem garage perfect for boat / caravan
Very private with amazing view over river
Vendors very serious about selling
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For Sale Brunswick Heads 4 Riverside Crescent
Open: Sat 7 Jul
12-12:30pm
For Sale: $765,000
Office: 6685 6222
Agents: Kaye Wilkie
0412 856 208
Michael Gudgeon
0419 495 494
www.rwbyronbay.com/706579 Ray White Byron Bay
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Located right in the middle of our
prime retail shopping precinct
Well presented strata shop
National tenant with long lease
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Gross lettable area of 80m
www.rwbyronbay.com/807427
For Sale
Ray White Byron Bay
For Sale: $1,200,000
Agent: David Gordon
0418 856 222
Super Prime
Byron Bay Investment
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51 Myocum Downs Drive, Myocum
- Elevated 8.1 acre (approx) property in a
quiet dress circle rural location.
- Spacious rendered 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom, 1 outdoor shower room
home with master retreat/grannyat
and freshly painted inside and out.
- Attractive gable roofed timber deck
entertaining area overlooking the
pebblecrete in-ground swimming pool
and private grounds.
- Separate 6m x 9m workshed plus
double carport.
- Land is very usable, near level, oering
views both north and south.
- Fully fenced, established mixed fruit
tree orchard, chicken run, cattle
crush, huge spring fed dam and 2 road
frontages.
- Vacant possession.
Auction 10.30am on site Saturday 14th July 2012
AUCTION
RURAL TRANQUILITY & 2 MINUTES TO TOWN
38 Garden Ave, Mullumbimby
Hoidi Last
0416 072 868
noidi@byronbaysalos.oom.au
= 4 = 1.5 = 1 $599,000
Ooligntul Nortn aoing nomo, oatnodral ooilings, timbor hoors
Soparato guost/toonago wing witn study & oovorod baloony
4552m2 park liko grounds, town wator & oasy drivoway aoooss
Surroundod by natural busnland in oomploto privaoy
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Great Valued Freestanding
Byron Bay Home!
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Spacious open plan living areas, high ceilings, timber floors
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Great wrap around verandah and north facing backyard for kids
Less than 2km to Byrons shops and restaurants
10 minutes walk to beautiful Tallow Beach
Fabulous opportunity to value add with your own finishing touches
Auction Byron Bay 12 Wright Place
Open: Sat 7 Jul
10-10:30am
Auction: Sat 14 Jul
Onsite 11:30am
Office: 6685 6222
Agent: Brett Connable
0408 155 931
www.rwbyronbay.com/800057 Ray White Byron Bay
2 1 2 Prime Position In Town - An Opportunity
Not To Be Missed
Byron Bay 4/40 Ruskin Street Auction
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Full renovated, just unpack your bags
Covered timber deck in private fenced courtyard
Solar hot water plus 6 solar power grids
Air-con, timber windows with timber venetians
Back of complex with large grassed area
Walk to schools, town and Main Beach
www.rwbyronbay.com/795666 Ray White Byron Bay
Open: Wed 11-11:30am
Sat 10-10:30am
Auction: Sat 14 Jul
Onsite 10am
Price guide
$480,000+
Office: 6685 6222
Agents: Kaye Wilkie
0412 856 208
Michael Gudgeon
0419 495 494
Auction This Saturday
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Broken Head
10/591 Broken Head Road
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Brand new architect designed home
Four great size beds, master with lavish ensuite
Gourmet kitchen with Smeg appliances
3 mins to beach, 10 mins to Byron Bay
www.rwbyronbay.com/795691
Ray White Byron Bay
Auction: Sat 7 Jul Onsite 11am
Open 10:30am
Agent: Lloyd Lawton
0403 229 433
Auction This Saturday
4 3
Myocum
304 Tyagarah Road
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Beautiful north facing 4 bedroom house
Separate farmshed with bathroom
15 acres with horse arena & quad bike trails
Urgent sale - All offers welcomed
Auction
Auction: Sat 7 Jul Onsite 1pm
Open 12:30pm
Agent: Brett Connable
0408 155 931
Ray White Byron Bay
www.rwbyronbay.com/520215
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Unbelievable Value On Offer!
Byron Bay 95 Bangalow Road
Auction
Open: Sat 7 Jul
11-11:30am
Auction: Sat 14 Jul
Onsite 10am
Office: 6685 6222
Agent: Brett Connable
0408 155 931
Ray White Byron Bay www.rwbyronbay.com/801329
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Fantastic investment potential
Includes separate teen retreat/guest area
Abundance of living space & plenty of storage
Convenient & leafy location
This is a renovators dream
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Auction
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ljhooker
ljhooker.com
Brunswick Heads 02 6685 0177
nobodydoesitbetter
7 Canowindra Court, South Golden Beach
Divorce
4 bedroom, modular style living
Righ bamboo ceiling, great airow
Commercial kitchen, lots of timber
features
Ruge decks, pool and private
landscaped grounds
8eachside canal front, stroll to the surf
6 car garage and storage
Auction 11.30am 14 July 2012 at
Brunswick Heads RSL Auxiliary Hall
Vendors looking to nalise separation
and need it sold.
View: Saturday 11 - 11.30am
Contact: Peter 8rowning on 0411 801 795
AUCTION
brunswick heads & ocean shores
28-30 Mullumbimbi St reet ,
Brunswick Heads 6685 1839
professionalsbrunswickheads.com.au
Shop 2 Rajah Road,
Ocean Village Shopping Cent re 6680 4777
www.professionalsoceanshores.com.au
AUCTION 14t h July onsit e at 11am
2 1 ORANA ROAD, OC EAN SHORES
Family t ime
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Web ID: b68863
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6 Strand Avenue, New Brighton NSW
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Peaceful Moments To Beach
eldersnewbrighton.com.au
Terric buying opportunity of this stylish Designer home
3 Bed, 2 bathroom, covered decking, landscaped gardens & DLUG
Adjoining and with picturesque outlook into coastal nature reserve
Open plan ows through and beyond kitchen to entertaining decks
Appointment throughout exudes air with timber & mosaic stone features
Well maintained, low maintenance and quality lifestyle property
Quiet, private and just a short stroll to pristine surf beach
15 minutes to Byron Bay, 30 minutes to Coolangatta Airport
Inspection by appointment & Open House this Saturday 11am-12pm
Agent: Mark Lycos 0438 680 250 mark@eldersnewbrighton.com.au
North Ocean Shores 38 Mia Court
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ON SITE THIS
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COORALOOK The property that has it all
www. kyogl e. com
91 Summerlano Way, Kyogle 2474 sales@kyoglerealestate.com 02 6632 1077
Inspections are by appointment only.
For all enquiries,please contact MIKE SMITH on 0413 300 680 or mike@kyogle.com
COORALOOK meaning Kooka-
burra ls a beautl|ul 54 acre Ll|estyle
Property ln tbe Larnook area. Tbe
lano conslsts o| 20 acres o| creek Nats
wltb Hanglng Pock / Leycester Creek
|ormlng one o| tbe bounoarles.
Tbls creek bas an abunoance o| sb,
platypus colonles ano swlmmlng
boles. Tbe balance o| tbe property
ls unoulatlng wltb cleareo areas |or
grazlng plus natural busb |or tbe local
babltat. A |eature o| Cooralook bas
tbe most magnlcent unlnterrupteo
mountaln ano valley vlews wblcb are
secono to none.
Cooralook bas a 3 beoroom rustlc
reo ceoar cottage, |ull o| cbaracter
wltb a country kltcben, open plan
lounge ano olnlng |eaturlng eposeo
ra|ters wltb tlles tbrougbout wblcb
makes |or easy cleanlng.
Tbere are Frencb ooors tbat leao
onto covereo veranoabs ano a pergola
area plus a sunoeck wblcb provloes
ample areas to rela ano unwlno.
For tbe entertalner tbere ls a large
unoercover 88Q area complete wltb
a commerclal gas grlll ano burner
looklng over a sanostone saltwater
pool wltb your very own beer garoen.
Tbe bouse ls surrounoeo by paveo
areas wltb mature trees ano lano-
scapeo garoens wblcb are kept bealtby
tbrougb lrrlgatlon |rom a sprlng oam.
Outbullolngs conslst o| a 20m 8m
open sloeo tlmber ano lron |arm sbeo,
7m 6m oouble lock up garage ano a
7m 6m carport.
|| you are looklng |or a property tbat
provloes peace|ul surrounolngs wltb
wlloll|e ano vlews wblle only belng
30 mlnutes to Llsmore, 20 mlnutes
to Kyogle & Nlmbln wltb Golo Coast
Alrport ano major sbopplng centres
only an bour away.
Woros cannot oescrlbe tbls property
wblcb ls just |ull o| cbaracter ano
cbarm ano l| you woulo llke any
|urtber ln|ormatlon on Cooralook
tban please contact you pre|erreo
selllng agent.
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LJ HOOKER BYRON BAY
54 Jonson St reet , Byron Bay Sat 11-11.30
26 Corkw ood Crescent , Suf f ol k Park Sat 12-12.30
44/11 Cooper St reet , Byron Bay Sat 11-11.30
49 Coogera Ci rcui t , Suf f ol k Park Sat 12-12.30
BANGALOW REAL ESTATE
& Byron Hi nt erl and Propert i es
26 Tri st ani a St reet , Bangal ow . Sat 10-10.30am
19 Bl ackbean Lane, Federal . Sat 11am-12pm
231 Fernl ei gh Road, Fernl ei gh. Sat 11am-12pm
ELDERS BANGALOW
21 Ivory Curl Pl ace, Bangal ow . Sat 10-10.30am
23 Jul i eanne Pl ace, Bexhi l l . Sat 11-11.30am
122 El l i ot Road, Cl unes. Sat 11-11.30am
14 Coachw ood Court , Federal . Sat 11-11.30am
35 Al corn St reet , Suf f ol k Park. Sat 12-12.30pm
LJHOOKER BRUNSWICK HEADS
28 M undarra Ave, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.30am
7 Conaw i ndra Court , Sout h Gol den Beach.
Sat 11-11.30am
4 Larelar Crt , Nort h Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.30am
11 Nandroya Ave, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm
29 Rangal Road, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm
28 Tongarra Dri ve, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm
41 Yal l akool Dri ve, Ocean Shores. Sat 1-1.30pm
3 Gul gan Road, Vi a M ul l umbi mby. Sat 1-1.30pm
FIRST NATIONAL BYRON BAY
11 Bunj i l Pl ace, Byron Bay. Sat 10-10.30am
35/11-19 Cooper St , Byron Bay. Sat 10-10.30am
1/36 Pat erson St reet , Byron Bay. Sat 10-10.30am
813 M yocum Road, M yocum. Sat 11-11.30am
34 Jul i an Rocks Dri ve, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.30am
39 Corkw ood Cres, Suf f ol k Park. Sat 11-11.30am
9 Pl ant at i on Dri ve, Ew i ngsdal e. Sat 11-11.30am
2 Inderw ong Ave, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm
46 Bangal ow Road, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.30pm
3 Ocean St reet , Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.30pm
1/13 Beachcomber Dr, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.30pm
9 Comet Cl ose, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.30pm
Lot 9/231 Fow l ers Lane, Bangal ow . Sat 1-1.30pm
53 Armst rong St reet , Suf f ol k Park. Sat 1-1.30pm
ELDERS NEW BRIGHTON
38 M i a Court , Nort h Ocean Shores. Sat 11-12 pm
LOIS BUCKETT REAL ESTATE
7/12 Pi nnacl e Row , Lennox Head. Sat 11-11.30am
3/32 Bal l i na St reet , Lennox Head. Sat 11-11.30am
2/60 Al l ens Parade, Lennox Head. Sat 12-12.30pm
98 Byron St reet , Bangal ow . Sat 12-12.30pm
7 Kal barri Pl ace, Lennox Head. Sat 1-1.30pm
40 Pacic Parade, Lennox Head. SaI 22.J0pm
PRDNATIONWIDE OCEAN SHORES
7/10 Bal emo Dr, Ocean Shores. Sat 10-10.45am
2/22 Jarrah Cres, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.45am
1/25 Yal l akool Dr, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.45am
15 Yambl e Dri ve, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.45pm
14 M ul i M ul i Ave, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.45pm
12 Robi n St , Sout h Gol den Beach. Sat 1-1.45pm
12 Royal Ave, Sout h Gol den Beach. Sat 2-2.45pm
PROFESSIONALS BRUNSWICK HEADS/
OCEAN SHORES
21 Orana Road, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.45am
3 Wi i rruna Avenue Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.45am
6 Wi l py Pl ace, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.45pm
PROFESSIONALS REAL ESTATE
M ULLUM BIM BY
52 Pi ne Ave, M ul l umbi mby. Sat 11.15am-12pm
RAINE AND HORNE BYRON BAY
14 M agnol i a Pl ace, Ew i ngsdal e Sat 11am-12pm
15 Brookl et Road, New rybar Sat 1-1.30pm
32 Jorgensens Lane, Brookl et Sat 1-2pm
4/3 M arvel l St reet , Byron Bay Sat 3-3.30pm
RAY WHITE BYRON BAY
4/40 Ruski n St reet , Byron Bay. Wed 1111.30am
& Sat 10-10.30am
12 Wri ght Pl ace, Byron Bay. Sat 10-10.30am
10/591 Broken Head Road, Broken Head.
Sat 10.30-11am
4/2-6 Cemet ery Road, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.30am
95 Bangal ow Road, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.30am
4 Ri versi de Crescent , Brunsw i ck Heads.
Sat 12-12.30pm
304 Tyagarah Road, M yocum. Sat 12.30-1pm
17 Bel ongi l Cres, Byron Bay. Sat 3-3.30pm
SCOTT HARVEY REAL ESTATE
654 Fernl ei gh Road, Brookl et . Sat 11am-12pm
17 Coachw ood Court , Federal . Sat 11am-12pm
AUCTIONS
FIRST NATIONAL BYRON BAY
Auct ion 5pm onsit e July 5
4/9 Hazel w ood Cl ose, Suf f ol k Park
Auct ion 12.30pm onsit e July 14
2 Inderw ong Avenue, Ocean Shores 12.30pm
Auct ion 11am onsit e July 22
39 Corkw ood Crescent , Suf f ol k Park
ELDERS BANGALOW
Auct ions 6pm Sat urday August 2 at
Bangalow School Hall,
LoI ! Pacic Highway, 8angalow
LoI 2 Pacic Highway, 8angalow
6 Brow ns Crescent , Bangal ow
14 Coachw ood Court , Federal
ELDERS NEW BRIGHTON
Auct ion 12pm onsit e Sat urday July 7
38 M i a Court , Nort h Ocean Shores
LOIS BUCKETT REAL ESTATE
Auct ions 5pm August 1 at Lennox Hot el
Funct ion Room
7/12 Pi nnacl e Row , Lennox Head
3/32 Bal l i na St reet , Lennox Head
2/60 Al l ens Parade, Lennox Head
98 Byron St reet , Bangal ow
7 Kal barri Pl ace, Lennox Head
PRDNATIONWIDE OCEAN SHORES
Auct ion 1pm onsit e Sat urday July 14
12 Robi n St reet , Sout h Gol den Beach
Auct ion 2pm onsit e Sat urday July 14
12 Royal Avenue, Sout h Gol den Beach
RAY WHITE BYRON BAY
Auct ion 11am onsit e Sat urday July 7t h
10/591 Broken Head Road, Suf f ol k Park. Open
f rom 10.30am
Auct ion 1pm onsit e Sat urday July 7t h
304 Tyagarah Road, M yocum. Inspect
Sat 12.30-1pm
Auct ion 10am onsit e Sat urday July 14t h
4/40 Ruski n St reet , Byron Bay. Inspect
Wed 11-11.30am & Sat 10-10.30am
Auct ion 10am onsit e Sat urday July 14t h
95 Bangal ow Road, Byron Bay. Inspect
Sat 11-11.30am
Auct ion 11.30am onsit e Sat urday July 14t h
12 Wri ght Pl , Byron Bay. Inspect Sat 10-10.30am
SCOTT HARVEY REAL ESTATE
Auct ion 10am onsit e July 14
17 Coachw ood Court , Federal . Inspect Sat 11am-
12pm
NEW LISTINGS
ELDERS BANGALOW
J5 Alcorn SIreeI , Suolk Park. $!,250,000
!4 Coachwood CourI, lederal. AucIion AugusI 2
LoI ! Pacic H'way, 8angalow. AucIion AugusI 2
LoI 2 Pacic H'way, 8angalow. AucIion AugusI 2
6 8rowns CrescenI, 8angalow. AucIion AugusI 2
ELDERS NEW BRIGHTON
7 Coonawarra CrI, Ocean Shores, Land $J48K
LOIS BUCKETT REAL ESTATE
9J Symonds Poad, 8lue Knob
RAY WHITE BYRON BAY
!7 8elongil Cres, 8yron 8ay. J bed home, level
702m' adjoining naIure reserve. $597,000
76 8uIler SIreeI, 8yron 8ay. '8amboo CoIIage'
8&8. $!,J95,000
LoI 6, !46 Old 8angalow Poad, 8yron 8ay.
2,75!m' on !20 acre communiIy IiIle. $425,000
OPEN FOR INSPECTIONS
ATTENTION AGENTS &
PRIVATE SELLERS
Have your Open Houses,
Auctions & New Listings
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estled in the centre of the picturesque village of Federal on an
oversized lot at the end of the Coachwood Court cul de sac, is this
charming Queenslander, vacant and waiting for a subtle makeover.
The stately entry with circular drive, frames this lovely home with
three bedrooms, large kitchen and two living areas. You will love the
timber oors, traditional stained glass windows and the expansive
covered deck.
Offering a well positioned, private, in ground swimming pool,
surrounded by a mature, lush, tropical easy care garden, the level
block has room for further development.
Only a minutes walk to the Federal store new caf, tennis court and
reserve, 15 minutes to Bangalow and 20 minutes to the beach.
17 COACHWOOD COURT, FEDERAL.
Auction 10am onsite Saturday 14th July
Price guide: Interest from $450,000
Contact Tracey Wild on 0411 668 338
FEDERAL CHARM
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quiet country lane with this beautifully restored c.1906
Federation home on 10 almost level acres with delightful rural views
on the sought after Brooklet/Fernleigh plateau.
Enjoy polished timber oors throughout, double hallway and the French
doors leading out to the large lined verandas. The 11.5 ft high ceilings
create a wonderful sense of space in the main house which comprises
country style timber kitchen, dining and sitting area, separate lounge,
music room with replace, 3 generous bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Adjoining the double carport is a guest studio, below the g tree is a
work shed and artists studio. Plus a separate 2 room studio in the garden.
Other features include 10,000 gallon water tank, access to nearby creek
incl water licence and 5 mins from famous Harvest Cafe at Newrybar.
654 FERNLEIGH ROAD, BROOKLET
PRICE TO SELL $1,750,000
Contact Scott Harvey on 0412 296 872
RAINBOWS END, BROOKLET
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52 July 3, 2012 The Byron Shire Echo www.echo.net.au
Hunting in national parks
and nature reserves has oc-
cupied the minds of our cor-
respondents of late, along with
the future of Mullum hospital.
We hope that the presence of
hunters wont add to the in-
take over night at the emer-
gency department. Gunshot
wounds are not the usual ex-
pectation of the bushwalking
experience at least not in
Australia.
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Its nice to see safety issues at
Te Pass are being investigated
yet again. Te clash between
experienced surfers, befud-
dled tourists and dive boats is
a dangerous mix and no-one
has come up with a workable
solution, unless you count re-
stricting access by one party
or another to part of a beach,
which doesnt sit well with
many Australians.
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Nude Food Day www.nude-
foodday.com.au/ encourages
you to make informed deci-
sions about food choices and
the efect of plastic packaging
on the environment. As for-
mer MP Richard Jones notes in
his letter this week, you can do
without the packaging.
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Its come to Backlashs atten-
tion that some punters believe
that Echonetdaily is simply the
web version of this paper pa-
per. Its not. It is a free daily
paper online offering local,
national and international
news, weekly video clips of lo-
cal events and performances
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load access to sections such
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Jon Rafman uses Google Street
View to expose the secrets of
the world captured by acci-
dent. He morphs a practical
project into works of art, the
pictures ranging from haunt-
ing, to beautiful, to hilarious.
See www.9-eyes.com.
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The other Google update is
that Google Maps and Lego
have combined to create the
website Build www.buildwith-
chrome.com. Tis allows you
to build Lego objects on maps
of real parts of the world un-
less someone else has claimed
it frst. Empire-building with-
out the hassle of bricks and
mortar and of dispossessing
the natives frst.
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At the heart of every black
hole is an even bigger hole:
the gaping chasm where the
two cornerstones of modern
physics should meet, notes
science writer Bernie Hobbs.
Read her full wrestle with the
theories on ABC Science at
http://bit.ly/MS81AU.
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While the federal government
is sanguine about its new
Stronger Futures legislation,
the Australian Lawyers Alli-
ance reckons it sets the rights
of Indigenous people in the
Northern Territory back dec-
ades. Te legislation signif-
cantly undermines the right to
self-determination, the right
to equality before the law,
and the right to be free from
discrimination. Te Uniting
Church aint happy either:
http://bit.ly/N0EjHZ.
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