For the past five years The Jezabels have kept me spellbound. Three of the four band members grew from the soil and sun of Byron Bay. The planet has now adopted The Jezabels. When you research and connect with a band you become emotionally attached.… Read More »SYNTHIA: A Widescreen Heroine’s Journey
Mullumbimby Music Festival is knocking on our door again this month for the 8th year running and this year’s line-up is as big as any that have been so far, if not bigger. Leading up to the event itself, we took a few moments to… Read More »Mullum Music Festival – Glenn Wright
Rikki Fisher is an artist residing in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales with an arts practice influenced by her passion for wildlife.Working with a variety of media, much of Rikki’s work has focussed on the richness of Australian bird life, but in recent… Read More »The Channon Gallery – Rikki Fisher
Growing up in the tiny country town of Old Bonalbo, Ros was introduced to paddling by her father. Her earliest memories are of family trips down the Clarence River, playing in the water with friends at Nymboida and paddling in the surf at Byron. Ros’s… Read More »Extreme Whitewater Kayaking
Communities across three Shires unite to celebrate 97% support for CSG free! Three small community formed groups have just finished surveying around 1000 residents covering three Northern Rivers shires (Byron, Lismore and Ballina) and whilst the final results are still being collated the result, at this… Read More »Celebrate being CSG Free!
Shoplifting is one of the top picks for this year’s Byron Bay Film Festival starting 2nd of next month …..This 10 minute-masterpiece is by Young Australian filmmaker Neil Triffett. Awarded the most outstanding undergraduate of Victoria College of Arts and Music back in 2010, Neil’s… Read More »Anyone for Shoplifting?…..