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Marine scientist slams Ecofishers
Wategos turns on for Malibu Classic
Ken Thurlow accused of ‘misrepresenting facts’ on marine park science Ray Moynihan
You couldn’t have written a script for better conditions for the 31st annual Byron Bay Malibu Classic, held at Wategos beach over the weekend. The event is one of the only remaining single-fin competitions, and draws competitors from all over Australia. Apart from the open categories, competitors hung five and ten in the over 30, 40, 50, 55, 60 and 65s, as well as juniors. Pictured is John Keevers, and as a descendant of the Watego family, used his home turf advantage to take third place in the Big Boy event. See more Malibu action on the sport pages. Photo Tree Faerie.
Triathlon win for Lennox’s Lampe Story & photo Eve Jeffery
Lennox Head triathlete Joey Lampe put his stamp all over the event when he won every leg of the Byron Bay Triathlon held on Saturday in conditions writers wax lyrical about. After an excellent swim Joey, 22, exited the water well ahead of rival Aaron Royle in the hope of getting a good head start on the cycle specialist. Lampe kept up the pace and won the ride then started the running course with a clear lead, though he says he wasn’t immediately confident. ‘Aaron is fast on the bike so I wanted to get well ahead of him,’ said Lampe after the race. ‘When I got off the bike I was still a bit scared he might catch up. The pressure was still on. I pretty much knew I had it when I was seven and a half kilometres into the run’. Lampe won the event easily in 1.45.25 ahead of Royle who came in
over five minutes later. This win was the third try at this for Lampe, but a back-to-back win was the hope of Lisa Marangon from Sydney who returned to the Bay to defend her title. After a good swim, Lisa made up ground and beat the
front runner on the bike, only to be overtaken again in the run. The winner for the women was world 15th ranked Felicity Abram from the Gold Coast, with a time of one hour, 57 minutes and nine seconds. Q More results in the sport pages
An internationally published marine scientist has strongly attacked Ken Thurlow, the Byron-based chief executive of the group Ecofishers which is campaigning to wind back no-fishing zones in marine parks. Last week Mr Thurlow claimed the science behind the state’s marine parks was ‘rubbery’ and also claimed that a scientific report on the Cape Byron park had been described by ‘scientific experts’ as an ‘insult to science and the local community’. However, the author of that report, associate professor Stephen Smith from Southern Cross University, hit back, telling The Echo that in his opinion Mr Thurlow either doesn’t understand the science, or is blatantly misrepresenting it. The war of words comes as the new coalition government is about to launch a review of marine park science, an initiative which has been strongly pushed by the recreational fishers. Asked whether Ecofishers were in fact the driving force behind the government’s review, the Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson told The Echo, ‘they may well have been’. As to whether the review would ultimately reduce the size of no-fishing zones, as predicted by Mr Thurlow, the Minister said, ‘we’ll have to wait and see. I’m not going to pre-empt the scientific audit.’ During a parliamentary inquiry on recreational fishing last year, Ken Thurlow forcefully attacked the credibility of Stephen Smith’s scientific report on the plants and animals of the rocky shores around Byron. Mr Thurlow repeatedly told a parliamentary inquiry hearing that sci-
entists had only spent four half-hour sessions examining habitats. In fact the report makes clear the scientists undertook almost forty half-hour examinations, not four. Moreover the report involved two weeks of field work and took three months to complete. Similarly Mr Thurlow told the parliamentary inquiry the report contained ‘no comparative data’, yet the report clearly includes extensive comparisons. ‘He’s completely misrepresented the facts and integrity’ of the work, says the report’s author Stephen Smith, based at the National Marine Science Centre, part of Southern Cross University. Another SCU marine scientist, and former member of the advisory group to the Cape Byron marine park, Amanda Reichelt-Brushett, said Stephen Smith’s work has ‘helped contribute to the increasing understanding of the biodiversity’ of this unique area. While noting that all scientific studies have limitations, she described Ken Thurlow’s attempts to undermine the report on the marine park as ‘misinformed.’ Controversy over the size and placing of the sanctuary zones which prohibit fishing is at least a decade old, but has recently resurfaced as conservation and fishing groups jockey to influence the terms of reference for the imminent scientific audit and the membership of the panel which will run it. The Echo endeavoured several times to ask Mr Thurlow a series of questions about his comments on marine park science, and seek responses to Stephen Smith’s criticisms. However Mr Thurlow – who indicated he was busy at state parliament house in Sydney last week – was unavailable to answerThe Echo’s questions.
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Fire stations in the Shire flung wide their doors on Saturday to give visitors a personal glimpse into Australiaâ€™s largest fire and rescue service. Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) held its annual open day marking the culmination of Fire Prevention Week. Among the attractions for this yearâ€™s open day were fire safety demonstrations, fire station tours and the chance to inspect firefighting equipment used by our firefighters when responding to fires and other emergencies. Across the Shire, firies were sizzling sausages, squirting their hoses, and ringing their bells for the hundreds of curious guests, and children were treated to showbags and a firies eye view from the truck during the event. Brunswick Heads Deputy Captain David Alexander said that the station was expecting about 250 visitors during the day and there was a lot to keep them busy. â€˜The kids have that chance
Brunswick Heads Fire Station Captain Graeme Wakely looks on as Engine Keeper Peter McNulty, Deputy Captain David Alexander and firefighter friend Thomas get ready to rescue crewman â€˜Steve Vulcanâ€™ from yet another fire drill.
to operate the fire hose and see the inside of the truck,â€™ said David. Crewman Steve Vulcan was also on hand to have his photo taken with visitors. Mr Vulcan, named after the Roman god of fire, is when un-
dressed a 75 kilo volunteer who in the course of rescue training acts as mister â€˜averageâ€™ for the benefit of trainees. Mr Alexander said that the day was a good chance to explore what happens inside the station house and to ask
questions about fire safety in the home. â€˜This is a chance for people to come along and have a look at what their taxes are funding, get some safety information and everyone likes to sit in the truck, not only the kids.â€™
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Mother Earth got a lovely prezzy last Sunday when over 75 volunteers paid a visit to Mullumbimby riverbank to plant trees. â€˜Trees for Mumâ€™ began nine years ago as a way for two mums to remember on Mothers Day their own mums who had died from cancer. Organiser Mandy Lisson said that about 1.5 hectares had been planted out with over 800 trees during the event. â€˜It has been a wonderful morning,â€™ said Mandy. â€˜We have planted a lot of local native trees that have deep roots
and are salt resistant. This will help secure the riverbank.â€™ â€˜It has been a really successful morning, but sadly it is the only site outside of Sydney to embrace to idea,â€™ she said. â€˜We have had kids and their mums planting trees and many people who have lost their mum. â€˜This is a symbolic gift to their mum and the Earth. People can come back and tend their trees if they like, it all helps us save the area and the riverbank.â€™ Anyone wanting to be a part of an ongoing Brunswick Valley Landcare group in the Riverside Drive area can contact Mandy on 0423 460 411.
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Vollie week says thanks to our rescuers Story & photo Eve Jeffery
This week is National Volunteer Week, and across the country people are showing their appreciation for the vollies in the community. National Volunteer Week is the largest celebration of volunteers and volunteerism in Australia, and provides an opportunity to highlight the role of volunteers in our communities and to say thank you to the more than five million Australians who volunteer. The theme for the 2011 event is ‘Inspiring the Volunteer in You’ and aims to encourage more people to volunteer to give back to their community. Whether it be in a social or sport group, a community development or an essential service group, volunteers are an integral part of Australian society and many charities and services would struggle to survive without the support of their volunteers. Australian volunteers contribute more than 700 million hours of community service to so many areas of society and
Local SES Controller Noel McAviney has been inspired for over 25 years to help the Byron Shire community as a volunteer for this essential service.
the local SES is but one of the many local groups who run on volunteer staff. The NSW SES alone has over 10,000 volunteers assisting communities not only in storm and flood recovery and response but through search and rescue and community education. The local chapter of the group is overseen by Controller Noel McAviney, who is in his 25th year of service and in charge of the 36 active and six reserve members of the Byron
Shire SES. ‘Our volunteers have the most versatile skills and are the most called upon in the state,’ says Noel. ‘Without our volunteers the Shire would not have a lead agency to respond to emergencies like floods and storms.’ Noel says that the 32 creek crossings within the Byron Shire keep the service busy and much of their work is rescuing folk from cars who have unwittingly crossed where, under the water, the road has deteriorated or completely washed away.
The local SES on many occasions works in conjunction with other services such as the police, fire and rescue, the rural fire service, ambulance and another vollie group, the Brunswick Valley and District Volunteer Rescue Organisation (VRA). ‘It is amazing up here,’ says Noel. ‘The relationship between the different services is great, and essential if we have a big disaster.’ Noel also says that some of the unsung heroes when it comes to volunteers are the people who employ them, often allowing workers to leave for rescues or training. All of the local vollie groups always welcome newcomers and, as with the SES, you don’t have to climb on roofs or wade in flooded creeks to help out. There are always jobs selling raffle tickets, administration work or answering phones, so inspire the vollie in yourself and lend a hand. For information about volunteering for the SES, you can ring Noel on 0418 663 836.
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Tourism operators get the whale download The first humpback whale for the season was seen at The Pass this week – it was, however, an inflatable training aid belonging to research organisation Whales Alive. Whale watching operators and guides, representing the five local dive, kayak and charter companies, received specialised training by Whales Alive and Cape Byron Marine Park (CBMP) on Thursday May 5 and Friday May 6. Cape Byron Marine Park Manager Andrew Page said, ‘The workshop was run to encourage compliance in light of the growth of the marine
mammal tourism industry on the North Coast, but also in response to requests from tourism operators for information about responsible whale watching. ‘We commend the local operators for showing leadership in the regulation of their own industry and advancing their knowledge of marine mammals.’ Program director of Whales Alive and instructor Olive Andrews said, ‘Byron is one of the better examples in the industry of whale watching operators working in collaboration with scientists and government agencies.’
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Coalition goes cold on Casino to Ipswich gas banning coal-seam gas pipeline proposed Murray Simpson
Hopes of an unofficial moratorium on coal-seam gas (CSG) exploration licences in NSW since the change of government in March have failed to materialise and itâ€™s business as usual for the mining sector. Since the Liberal-National coalition swept into power in March, the licensing authority, the Department of Primary Industries (DPI), has issued two new exploration licences. So far the Tweed and Byron Shires have been spared. Macquarie Energyâ€™s petroleum exploration licence (PEL) 134 application encompasses significant areas of the upper Tweed around Tyalgum. Presently there is no indication when a decision is likely, however The Echo understands it is is still being assessed. Data amassed by the Kyoglebased Environmental Defend-
ers Office (EDO), indicates two PELs have been issued by the department since March â€“ one to Eastern Star Gas for the Moree and Warrumbungle Ranges area and the other to AGL for Guyra. The EDOâ€™s Mark Byrne says the current regulatory structure is designed for orthodox prospecting but hopelessly inadequate to cope with the issues created by the new technology associated with coal-seam gas exploration. In a submission to the NSW Coal and Gas Strategy scoping document earlier this year, Mr Byrne said one of the main issues with the current system is the underlying assumption that exploratory activities for CSG are benign. Mr Byrne said the EDO called for a moratorium on CSG extraction and exploration while a strategic plan is developed with full community and independent scientific input.
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Energy company Metgasco is proposing to construct a gas transmission pipeline from Casino in northern New South Wales to deliver gas to Ipswich in south-east Queensland. According to its website, the Lions Way pipeline (the Pipeline) â€˜represents another step in Metgascoâ€™s development of the large gas resources that it has discovered in northern New South Wales.â€™ The company claims the pipeline will transport gas for low greenhouse gas emission power generation and commercial and household use in south-east Queensland. The company says the pipeline proposal starts in Casino and heads north via Kyogle. â€˜It will then travel along the Lions Road and then into Queensland to head north to Ipswich. The total length of the pipeline will be approximately 145km, and will be buried for its entire length, typically at depths of 900mm â€“ 1,500mm. â€˜The only parts above ground will be control valves and facilities to enable internal cleaning and monitoring of the pipeline. â€˜An area of approximately 30 metres in width will be cleared
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Rally this Saturday unites community against CSG
Local identity Rose Wanchap recently attended a blockade for the Lock the Gate campaign against coal-seam gas mining. The Byron Bay real estate owner-operator travelled to Tara Downs in South Queensland over the long weekend, where she claims there were â€˜some 100 or so warriors at the front line. â€˜The mining giants, with tax payers subsidies, have gotten the green light to sink some 44,000 wells deep into the earth to extract gas by pumping a toxic line-up of chemi-
cals that will show up in our drinking water, destroying our agricultural land and threatening our health. â€˜These wells will affect us directly in our water supply.â€™ She says northern New South Wales and southern Queensland is directly in their sights. â€˜It is an atrocity beyond our wildest nightmares. Surprisingly many of the people at the blockade were of the greyhaired brigade, over 60s, Â baby boomers worried about the future for their grandchildren.â€™ Photo supplied
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The public rally gainst coalseam gas mining planned for next Saturday, May 14, at Murwillumbahâ€™s Knox Park has brought together a range of diverse community lobby groups. The rally is being organised by the newly formed Northern Rivers Guardians (NRG) and the Caldera Environment Centre, with support from the Combined Tweed Rural Industries Association and the local branch of the NSW Canegrowers Association. A meeting of the NRG at Tyalgum this week drew 30 people to plan local strategies for action and fundraising to fight CSG mining. NRG spokesman Michael
McNamara said the rally, or â€˜united community gatheringâ€™, would include a march through the Murwillumbah CBD from 11.15am and speakers from a range of community groups and organisations from noon. â€˜Food will be available for purchase and families are encouraged to make a day of it,â€™ he said. â€˜This campaign is all about the legacy we leave our children and grandchildren, whether it be in terms of viable agricultural or tourism enterprises, with the associated employment opportunities, or a healthy and vibrant environment.â€™ Further information is available at the NRG website www. northernriversguardians.org.
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Developerâ€™s DA dropped after protests and watering system.â€™ Mullumbimby Community Action Networkâ€™s Deborah Lilly said, â€˜I have concerns about whether the local Indigenous people are being consulted about their â€œwalking trackâ€? made of concrete.
An application for a bikeway on Tallowood Estate near Left Bank Road, Mullumbimby, was withdrawn this week after protesters quickly mobilised and voiced their opposition to the development. Some neighbours planted trees around the area in protest to what they say would be an inappropriate place for a road. Residents not only claim the area is a koala habitat with high conservation value, but the proposal has previously been rejected by Council and the Land and Environment Court. Brendan Healey from the Mullumbimby Progress Association called upon Tallowood Developer Eric Freeman to â€˜acknowledge the wishes of Council, the Court and the community and stop wasting everyoneâ€™s time and money.â€™ The day after he withdrew the DA, Mr Freeman told The Echo, â€˜Residents are welcome to plant as many trees as they like (provided they first obtain development consent from Council), but only after we have complet-
Protesters gathered quickly this week after learning of a bikeway path submission for Tallowood Estate. Photo supplied
ed our works and planted the trees approved by Council on the landscape plans.â€™ He recommended that residents recover the trees they planted back to their pots before the work commences and until the approved landscape works are completed and accepted by Council. â€˜Heavy machinery and pole trucks will be travelling the length of the road reserve from
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Tuckeroo Ave to complete Council-approved works in the area of the overhead power lines and poles, including installation of an additional pole and backstays. â€˜Then the electricity crews will begin excavating from the power poles out to the transformer at Tuckeroo Ave to install high-voltage cables underground. When done, a concrete driveway will be constructed over the top of this underground work to provide access to Lot 25. â€˜When all this work is done, our landscapers will be planting dozens of native trees and shrubs in accordance with the plans approved by Council, with mulch
â€˜In Tallowood Ridgeâ€™s own cultural study, local Aboriginal people identified Mooibul Spur, part of the southern boundary of Tallowood, as an area which makes up part of the cultural landscape and was likely an access way used by Aboriginal people between Koonyum Range and the coast. â€˜After 40,000 years, why would Aboriginal people suddenly want concrete on their walking track?â€™ Mr Freeman responded, â€˜It is true that Yvonne and Cyril requested that the trees within the road reserve be retained as much as possible. â€˜This comment is, however, taken out of context because Yvonne gave her written approval to the recommendations submitted to Council, including Recommendation 1 as follows: â€˜Activities in the Maximum Retention Area may include some clearing and levelling to allow the building of roads, paths and subsurface infrastructureâ€Śâ€™
Arts Factory gets into planting food with permaculture gardens Victoria Cosford
Thanks to backpacker funding, there will shortly be a permaculture community garden in the grounds of the Byron Arts Factory. Eco-tourism consultant Angie Wilton told The Echo that the garden would be created by the Channon-based Permaculture Research Institute following a course it will conduct on the site. The grounds in question, at the back of the extensive camping area, abut onto the Cumbebin Wetlands, and will be planted with raised and tiered garden beds, a nursery for seedpropagation and a shade-house. Angie said that native seedlings from the wetlands will also be replanted as well as fruit trees to fill in spaces. This is all part of the ecotourism graduateâ€™s ideal to ultimately transform the complex into an eco-backpackers, a concept she proposed to the owners, Nomads World Hotels, two years ago. â€˜It was to be a template for other eco-backpackers,â€™ Angie told The Echo, â€˜but the eco-side wasnâ€™t a priority for them then. â€˜So we decided to implement an Eco-Green program of our own, all volunteer based. We asked backpackers to contribute $1 each, and in four months weâ€™ve raised about $6,000.â€™
Other projects planned as part of the program include a self-guided interpretive boardwalk through the Wetlands with detailed signage as to the surrounding flora and fauna, establishing a recycling station and installing rainwater tanks to feed the swimming pool. Angie said that once the garden is set up it will be volunteer manned and therefore inexpensive to maintain. And weâ€™ll sell the produce we grow back to our coffee shop,â€™ she said. â€˜A lot of it is about being as self-sufficient as possible, and educating people from all over the world on sustainable living practices.â€™ Angie said that if they could influence even a small percentage of the travellers who would then return home and pass it on to their friends â€˜weâ€™ve made a small difference.â€™ She hopes that the garden will be up and running by the end of July. Meanwhile, NSW government grants for both plumbing and electricity have been approved for the Arts Factory Lodge and one out of the three bathrooms has already been fitted out with water-saving fixtures and fittings. The Arts Factory says backpacker occupancy rate at the complex is never lower than 60 per cent.
East to west in a straight-line adventure In the spirit of the famous Australian TV adventure family, The Leyland Bothers, three men are about to take a longdistance trip across the continent by motorbike, while filming it the whole way. The trip is planned from Byron Bay to Steep Point in Western Australia. â€˜We will be completely self-sufficient,â€™ said organiser Leroy Robinson. â€˜We are required to carry our own fuel, water, spares and tools. Thereâ€™s certainly no room for pleasantries. Iâ€™ll be
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lucky to carry a spare pair of jocks! Fuel and water will be the major logistical problem. â€˜Contact will be made with several Aboriginal settlements and stations to ensure that fuel and other supplies will be available.â€™ The Southern Crossing team will be leaving from Byron Bay on May 15, and for more info visit the website www.thesoutherncrossing.com.au. A fun ride from Byron to Casino will also be held. Photo supplied
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Echo film world premiere Independent and alternative media beginnings featured in new doco The Echoâ€™s ragtag alternative beginnings is the subject of a new documentary by award winning filmmaker Sharon Shostak (Best Film New York Short Film Festival 2004). Beautifully observed with wry humour and exceptional archival footage, The Echo Doco â€“ Born To Be Trouble, highlights the police abuse, the zany characters, the scandals, the tragedies and the anarchic spirit of a local paper in a vibrant, unique community â€“ then and now. In 1983, Main Arm valley was suddenly descended on by
helicopters. Police shot at water tanks, set up road blocks, and strip-searched the unwary on the side of the road. The drug-busting â€˜Operation One-Upâ€™ outraged the local residents with its flagrant disregard of privacy and property, and when local media refused to report this abuse by the police, it was the beginning of real action. Civil rights meetings galvanised the alternative settlers, and Nicholas Shand tracked down the only typesetting machine in the area, owned by David Lovejoy.
History is literally written, and bottles of vino are drunk, as a paper is born to give a voice to the community. Yet when this ragtag bunch of freethinkers started their newspaper in 1986, no-one ever imagined it would still be thriving 25 years later. The world premiere screening is at the Byron Community Centre, Saturday May 28, followed by a matinee on Sunday May 29 at 2pm. Booking are advisable, particularly since itâ€™s a world premiere. Screenings at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall are on June 4.
Doorknock survey on renewables A survey asking residents their thoughts on 100 per cent renewable energy is currently being distributed throughout Byron Shire. According to the organisers of 100% Renewable Energy, Australia should be developing a plan now to move to 100 per cent renewable energy. â€˜100% Renewable Energy is a national community-initiated campaign seeking to foster community and political support for renewable energy from February to June,â€™ says local volunteer Tara Messing. â€˜Across Australia, 110 community groups are taking part in the 100 per cent renewable campaign, and we are hoping for at least 20,000 conversations with community members about renewable energy.â€™Â They say the results of the survey will be tabled in parliament and presented to MPs around the country before the new senate sits in July. Â â€˜It is crucial for the public to be made aware about the campaign and to encourage more people to get involved about renewable energy,â€™ says Ms Messing. She says street surveys are currently being distributed around Byron Shire in anticipation for national doorknock day on May 28.
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and an estimated 58 per cent of total subsidies are identified as being economically inefficient Transitioning to 100 per cent and result in a net increase in renewable energy is technolog- greenhouse gas emissions. ically feasible, says Ms Messing, but transitioning the current Subsidies still go to fossil fuel-based energy sector nonrenewables to more sustainable power genâ€˜We may not have the money eration requires a great deal of support from politicians and of the coal lobby or the fame of Al Gore yet, but we will win community members alike. â€˜We know that renewable this campaign because we have energy can provide six times the commitment, the creativity, more power than the worldâ€™s the will and the support of all current energy needs entirely Australians who want a safe fufrom natural energy, including ture for their children behind the sun, the wind and waves,â€™ us,â€™ says Ms Messing. â€˜With a groundswell of comshe says. â€˜We are calling for the Re- munity support and action for newables Bill to be legislated a clean, safe, 100 per cent reto really kick start renewable newable energy future already energy investment in Australia, underway, its time to get our and for all our political leaders leaders on board too! We have to back the vision for a 100 per the power of people, numbers, cent renewable energy future.â€™ voices and bodies.â€™ Volunteers who are interMs Messing points to Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE), ested in helping are invited to a not-for-profit organisation, attend a doorknocking workwho have provided alarming shop on May 11 in the Veranda statistics on our energy usage. Room at the Byron CommuBZE estimates that fossil nity Centre from 5.30pm. To get involved with the 100% fuels account for 70 per cent of Australiaâ€™s CO2 emissions Renewable campaign, please and expects a 40 per cent in- contact campaign organiser crease in Australiaâ€™s electricity for Byron Shire, Tony Gleeson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at demand from 2008 to 2020. Approximately $8.9 billion 6682 8145. For more, visit www. in subsidies is directed to these nonrenewable energy sources, beyondzeroemissions.org.
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DEFENDING AGAINST INTERGALACTIC SEA MONSTERS SINCE 1986
Community Awards voting now open Mandy Nolan
On the eve of The Echo’s 25th birthday, this newspaper and its award partners are acknowledging the many volunteers and mentors in our area. It’s their dedication and hard work in our community that inspires us and contributes tremedously to the fabric of society. The Echo Community Awards, which is in partnership with the Byron Community Centre and Bay FM, was open for nominations over the last month, and now it’s time to vote. The six different categories are: Going that extra mile as a volunteer, An inspi-
rational young person, For battles as an Environmental Warrior, Fostering Multicultural community, An inspiring Elder and An inspiring and tireless coach or mentor. Now the nominations have closed, it’s time to cast your vote for any one of the candidates in the six categories. It’s a simple case of voting for one person per category and either sending it to The Echo, 6 Village Way, Mullumbimby 2482, or to the Byron Community Centre, PO Box 309 Byron Bay 2482. A voting form can be filled out at both offices, and can be deposited in the box provided. Voting is open until June 10.
Winners will be announced at The Echo’s 25 Year Award Celebration night at the Byron Community Centre on Saturday 18 June, and will receive a complimentary ticket to this prestigious black-tie event. Fabulous accommodation prizes from any one of the award sponsors is up for grabs: The Beach Hotel, Beach Suites, The Sirens at Wategoes, Victoria’s at Ewingsdale, Apartment’s Inn or The Byron at Byron. Winners will also receive a selection of meal, massage and retreat vouchers from Gaia Retreat and Spa, Bangalow Dining Rooms, Kiva Spa, Fisheads and Why Not café.
Introducing the nominations For Battles As An Environmental Warrior (more to come next week) THE ECHO NEWSPAPER 25 YEARS OF INK, PAPER, WORDS AND PICTURES
Adam Shostak has been the Sea Shepherd co-ordinator for two and a half years. He selflessly volunteers his time to fundraising for Sea Shepherd at markets and festivals, travelling many kilometres setting off before sunrise and home after sunset. A hero for the Shepherd eco-warriors.
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Dudley Leggett began his exploration of sustainable community living in 1972, with his family, establishing a community near Lismore that is still growing today. Also helped to start the Channon Market, the Ethical Credit Union and the Sustainability Research Institute.
Stan and Val Scanlon are two of the original founders of Conservation Of North Ocean Shores (CONOS) which was established 20 years ago. These environmental warriors were instrumental in gazetting the Billinudgel Nature Reserve, and continue to act on inappropriate developments.
Rose Wanchap is an ecowarrior real estate agent – she has pledged that one fifth of all net proceeds to humanitarian projects, locally and globally. Her current project is The Wellwishers Program, which provides for wells in Ethiopia.
Judy Macdonald is synonymous with Mullumbimby Farmers Market, New Brighton Farmers Market, Brunswick Valley Landcare, as well as countless other groups. She’s an expert gardener with an an invaluable understanding of the political issues which govern funding.
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Local News Revisiting Mullum’s birthing unit
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It was all mums and bubs and a few dads too at the Mullumbimby Hospital last Thursday. A morning tea was held to reconnect the mums who have used the community birthing service to bring their child into the world. The Mullum Hospital Birth Centre has a 60 per cent water birth rate, and over 80 per
Buddhist Monk Rinpoche returns to Bangalow
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, a regular visitor to Australia and to Byron Shire in particular, will give a public talk on ‘The Buddha’s Vision of Reality’ on Tuesday May 20 at 7pm in the A&I Hall, Bangalow. His non-profit organisation Lotus Outreach is dedicated to ensuring the education, health and safety of vulnerable women and children in places such as India and Cambodia. In the Northern Rivers Recent of the families birth with gion, Rinpoche is presently the midwife they work with working to establish The Siddhartha School, which will throughout their pregnancy. Mum Dalee Pierce and promote Buddhist values. son Ochre and new bub Elfin caught up with her midwife Maudie Collins, whom Dalee Free parenting courses are says was a rock during her planned for the next coming pregnancy and delivery and months. with whom she now feels a The Mullumbimby Neighvery close relationship. bourhood Centre, in partnerFor more information conship with Byron Shire Council, tact the hospital on 6684 2266. will hold sessions in Bangalow, Suffolk Park, Byron Bay, Brunswick Heads, Mullumbimby and Ocean Shores. grateful that the local business The courses are designed has come on board. The event will be held at the Refreshed Lemon Myrtle factory outlet at Centennial Circuit, Byron Arts Mental Health First Aid & Industry Estate, and run from Training Courses will be held 10am to 11.30 am. Refreshed in Byron Bay during May. The two-day programs are Lemon Myrtle owners have also pledged a donation of four designed to increase the level of mental health literacy in hampers for fundraising.
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Business supports breast cancer group Victoria Cosford
A Byron Bay business has offered its information resources at a free morning tea on May 28 in support of the Byron Bay Breast Cancer Support Group (BBBCSG). Barb Pinter, co-ordinator of the BBBCSG, said they are
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SPIN CYCLE 1: The only good journalist is a read one Michael McDonald
As Mango McColumnmeister pointed out last week, senior Labor figure Lindsay Tanner Volume 25 #48 May 10, 2011 takes aim at spin in his new book Sideshow. â€˜The creation of appearances is now far more important for leading politicians than is the generation of outcomes,â€™ Something felt wrong this week. The US acted out a schoolyard tit-for-tat imperialistic whoop- wrote Tanner in The Australian (theaustralian.com.au) last ass on bin Laden and we are supposed to feel grateful. Celebrating public assassinations is a dangerous direction for week. â€˜Winning todayâ€™s microargument is all important, and any society, but that didnâ€™t stop world leaders and the media tomorrow can look after itself. from applauding the act. Activist Noam Chomsky summed it up well, and was one of a â€Ś The symptoms of this shift are on full display. few who questioned the ethical implications of the operation: â€˜A dramatic growth in porkâ€˜We might ask ourselves how we would be reacting if barrelling, driven by backIraqi commandos landed at George W Bushâ€™s compound, benchers hungry for positive assassinated him, and dumped his body in the Atlantic. Uncontroversially, his crimes vastly exceed bin Ladenâ€™s, and he is local media coverage. Growing misuse of parliament for juvenot a â€œsuspectâ€? but uncontroversially the â€œdeciderâ€?â€Śâ€˜ nile stunts that are designed Even Jon Stewart from The Daily Show, a notable Liberal intellectual, treated bin Ladenâ€™s demise as a football touchdown. to win momentary television In interview with MSNBCâ€™s Rachel Maddow, both left -leaning coverage.â€™ It has perhaps its apothepundits dismissed whether it was a staged event â€“ due to the osis in continual images of lack of evidence â€“ with, â€˜Thatâ€™s not the America I know.â€™ Tony Abbott running, cycling, It appears even the most progressive minds in the US feel a swimming and looking manly sense of vindication for 9/11, and simplistic patriotic sentiment among blokes in hardhats. If still reigns over asking why he existed in the first place. he stopped, would his spring Chomsky says that in societies that profess some respect for wind down? law, suspects are apprehended and brought to fair trial. â€˜There QQQQ is much talk of bin Ladenâ€™s â€œconfession,â€? but that is rather like my Also in The Australian, Paul confession that I won the Boston Marathon. He boasted of what Sheehan had the NSW Liberhe regarded as a great achievement. als in his sights: â€˜Among the â€˜There is also much media discussion of Washingtonâ€™s anger swollen ranks in the governthat Pakistan didnâ€™t turn over bin Laden, though surely elements ment benches, none will be of the military and security forces were aware of his presence in more polished, or have a more Abbottabad. secure seat, than Gabrielle â€˜Less is said about Pakistani anger that the US invaded their Upton, an eastern suburbs territory to carry out a political assassination. corporate lawyer. â€˜Anti-American fervor is already very high in Pakistan, and After her victory in Vaucluse, these events are likely to exacerbate it. The decision to dump Upton told the local newspathe body at sea is already, predictably, provoking both anger per the huge swing against the and scepticism in much of the Muslim world.â€™â€™ Labor government had been I am unsatisfied â€“ not because we are told to be happy a message: â€œItâ€™s about the fact that heâ€™s dead â€“ but because the reasoning behind the the voting public want honest, Westâ€™s â€˜enemiesâ€™ is never examined with much depth by the transparent government.â€?â€™ mainstream media or politicans. Sheehan goes on to analyse It takes research, time and investigation to learn about the branch-stacking for presepolitics, imperialism, economics, religion and military strategy. lection in Uptonâ€™s own seat. The next disenfranchised group to emerge will no doubt Itâ€™s a story of factional trishare the same anti-US sentiment, born from predator drone umph which almost lives up to strikes and the commodification of their culture. the machinations within LaThe prerequisite, as always, is having no economic/military bor. Upton garnered the suppower and an attractive natural resource portfolio. port of Liberal heavyweight A reasonable barometer of our self-proclaimed righteousness would be explaining the US assassination of bin Laden to an eight-year-old. Hans Lovejoy, editor
Taking out the bin
Michael Photios, also lobbyist for the Australian Hotels Association, the largest donor to the Liberal Party last year. Change the party brand but you still get business as usualâ€Ś QQQQ
Economists are often overlooked as part of the commentariat but they often have provocative opinions on matters which affect us all. Take the witty Alan Kohler, for example, who livens up my viewing of ABC TV news with oddball graphs. â€˜Treasurer Wayne Swan needs to dump the surplus promise as soon as possible,â€™ thunders Kohler online, â€˜the alternative is either a nonsensical budget strategy or a damaging one, as spending is cut and taxes raised to meet a fabricated political target.â€™ Kohler runs Eureka Report (www.eurekareport.com.au) which tells you more about the investment industry than any sane person really needs to know. But it does tackle spin, which after all gave us â€˜subprime mortgagesâ€™ and â€˜collaterised debt obligationsâ€™. See also Ross Gittins, who writes for The Sydney Morning Herald and has appeared at
the Byron Bay Writers Festival. There is even an entire website devoted to â€˜correctingâ€™ every opinion of Gittins: http://rossgittins.info. The late, great American economist J K Galbraith tells us much about the ready acceptance of spin in one sentence: â€˜The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.â€™ QQQQ
For the young and the young at heart, the observation of spin runs hot at Hungry Beast (http://hungrybeast.abc.net. au). The segment â€˜Things We Think Might Be Bullshitâ€™ neatly sums up the nature of spin. You can also learn more about the cockroach than is strictly necessary. Any Gen Xs,Ys or Zs who can think of other media spin exposĂŠ websites suitable for those under 40, email the URLs to email@example.com. QQQQ
imminent death of capitalism. â€˜Wild weather in the last four months has already killed the insurance industry, and capitalism itself may not long survive it,â€™ declaims Ellis. â€˜Socialism is back and sorting things out worldwide: money that should have come from insurance is coming, in trillions, from government to reconstruct and refinance the devastated regions, and rightly so. â€˜For this is what government is for: to save lives, ease pain, lessen sorrow, cure sickness, feed, rebuild and solace those whom the Shafts of Fate have rendered helpless and, in Chifleyâ€™s grave words, without hope.â€™ Despite Bobâ€™s rolling phrases, capitalism lingers on, and manages to shaft folks with Fate â€“ what I like to call â€˜free enterpriseâ€™ â€“ at every available opportunity. QQQQ
And the last word on spin this week must go to that wonderful golfer Jack Nicklaus: â€˜When I want a long ball, I spin my hips faster.â€™ Itâ€™s the only way to keep up.
If God were a socialist, he would have commanded the Bible to be written by Bob Ellis. Eloquent, lofty, sweeping in style, unaffected by reality. Bob is still at it, banging away on the ABCâ€™s The Drum (www. Q Mungo is on holiday until abc.net.au/thedrum) about the June 7.
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thing they do is unsupported by ‘robust’ science. Despite 150 scientific articles concluding a boost to marine life and biodiversity I don’t believe these apply to my local area. In Byron Bay do you know how much further us eco-fishermen have to go to catch fish legally? Two carbon-polluting kilometres – it’s a rubbery disgrace!. And I’m going to tell Julia. Me and my 50,000 club members might be short on grey matter but we are aggro and we can even vote (if I tell them who for!).
propaganda of Ken Thurlow and the so called Eco ‘business as usual’ Fishers. Either scientists from such eminent bodies as the Royal Society and their concerns about global species depletion are wrong or Ken and the ‘Eco Fishers’ imagine their unrestrained right to plunder fish stocks wherever they like, drive their four-wheel drives over turtle rookeries, discard their plastic bait bags, nylon line and miles of abandoned fishing nets are all OK. I know what thinking, compassionate people believe. Geoff Allen That the state government Ec0-morons has transfered conservation Mullumbimby concerns of Marine Parks to the Department of Primary Industries on the instruction of Q Like Ken Thurlow (Letter to the redneck Fishers and Shoot- Byron Shire News 5/5/2011), ers Party is a disgrace. Business I welcome the announcement of an objective review of maas usual? I don’t think so. Rod Murray rine parks by the NSW governOcean Shores ment. My reasoning is similar – it is time to cut through the Q I hate these greenie marine smokescreens and misinforpark conservationists. Every- mation surrounding the ma-
Nut behind wheel Having my two-year-old child almost wiped out by yet another motorist who does not seem to remember the road rules has prompted me to write this letter. I had the worst experience on the Mullumbimby roads today. While I was crossing the road with my beastie pram (containing my baby) and brightpink-wearing two-year-old, a ute decided to make a left turn onto the main street in front of the middle pub, cutting off a car and narrowly missing me and my children. We were on the crossing; I had waited for the main road to clear before stepping on to the crossing when this idiot decided it was his turn. This was after being cut off three times and having a car stuck to my bumper as I reversed out of a car space that
I could not use as the cars on either side had not parked in the same direction. Geez, guys, when did we lose our sense of patience and appropriate behaviour? Do we need crossing guards like primary schoolers? Or maybe a lesson for the whole community by the RTA? Please remember that right of way is not dictated by your mood or the price/ size of your car. Also that the rear of our cars are not magnetised, so please give a person some space. Pedestrians also need to be reminded to use the crossings. The lack of parking is an issue for the council, and the attitude of the drivers in this town is their responsibility. So please visit the RTA, refresh yourselves on the road rules. If we all follow them and practise some patience and common sense then maybe, just maybe,
rine park debate and get to the truth of the matter. However, it is here that my views digress from Mr Thurlow’s. Contrary to the now-familiar mantra of ‘no science in marine parks’, clear and resounding benefits of marine parks for fish stocks, biodiversity and public amenity have been demonstrated many times and in many studies. The statements made by Mr Thurlow suggesting otherwise are misleading, lack credibility, and do nothing to help the process of ensuring sustainability of marine resources, ostensibly a common goal among all sides of the debate. Mr Thurlow’s ability, as a self-appointed critic, to assess the quality of the science underpinning marine parks also demands careful scrutiny. Mr Thurlow has consistently poured vitriolic scorn on a 2003 report commissioned by NSW Marine Parks Authority, Cape Byron Marine Park (CBMP) to provide initial data
on the habitats and organism of rocky shores in the region (Smith and James 2003 – Rapid Assessment of Rocky Shore Biodiversity in the Byron Bay Region). The report is downloadable from the CBMP web pages – make your own judgment. At a time when objectivity is called for, to ensure that the impending debate is rational one needs to question the benefits to recreational fishers of having spokespeople like Mr Thurlow who either don’t understand the science they purport to have read, or blatantly misrepresent it to polarise debate and mislead their constituents. If the review announced by the NSW government is truly objective, these ploys will be rapidly exposed for what they are – to use Mr Thurlow’s words, a gigantic con.
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manager of holiday letting at Byron Bay First National Real Estate. I am not sure that it is but if it is the same person he should have declared his vested Q In response to David Loveinterest and let the public de- joy’s ‘The way the world ends’ cide if that affects his credibil- (Echo, May 3), I saw the link on Facebook for this lot and ity on the subject. Jason Humberstone followed it through. Sad, desDubai perate, and yes, they see God in their own image: spiteful, bigoted, angry and vengeful. Carbon warnings Let’s not forget that there are We’re told we need a carbon millions of people out there tax to combat dangerous carwho would call themselves bon pollution. The public ‘Followers of Jesus’ , not ‘fundatherefore needs health warnmental Christians’ (who have ings on products contaminated no fun and they are mental!) by this dangerous ‘pollutant’. who have a relationship with Cane sugar contains a dana different God altogether and gerously high 40 per cent carthis is what they would say is bon, barbeque steak contains their experience: 53 per cent carbon and fats and ‘We passionately believe that Sapoty Brook oils contain over 70 per cent God is a Father who is the most Mullumbimby carbon. Aerated beverages, loving, intentional and genersoft drinks, beer, bubbly wines, ous person in the Universe. All Vested interest? soda water, etc (all contain ap- goodness originates in Him. Of course Michael Rogers proximately four per cent CO2) All acts of kindness, mercy and loves holiday lets (letters, May should not be displayed, kept grace emanate from His heart. 3) – especially if it is the same in enclosed cupboards and He is joy, laughter and peace.’ Michael Rogers who is the sold in plain wrappers. This is the God I have reIn fact, as every food product sponded to and experience contains carbon, there should constantly in my world. be a health warning at the enSunflower trance of every grocery store Mullumbimby and restaurant: ‘Polluted Products Warning: All foods sold in Q I was appalled at Mungo this outlet contain carbon.’ MacCallum’s article in The Exhaled human breath con- Echo of May 26. He had to tains 47,000 ppm CO2, therefore write about something so he breathing should be prohibited chose to rubbish Easter, Anzac in enclosed environments such as pubs, clubs, offices, restau- serious error of fact. I could just have kept quiet and pubrants and parliament houses. The only products entirely lished a smiling photograph of free of carbon are salt and wa- myself implying ‘everything’s ter and should display a green fine!’, but I’ll leave that approach to those best at it. tick on their labelling. Peggy Balfour In the letter I recounted how Mullumbimby Ross Tucker had suggested that there was a difference between In error ‘holiday letting’ and ‘tourist faIn my letter about holiday let- cilities’. The Council proceeded ting two weeks ago I made a to vote on the matter at hand and only afterwards thought A SHARON SHOSTAK FILM they’d better get some advice to MUSIC COMPOSED AND PERFORMED BY JAMES DODS AND GUNTIS SICS clarify certain terms. Not only did they seek this key advice after they’d already voted, but sought it from staff rather than from lawyers. I’ve studied how staff have behaved re the holiday letting issue over the years and it seems to me that they’ve not been keen to clarify anything at all on this subject. I was curious then to see how they would deal with this explicit demand
likely to be sharp, and by 2015. Undoubtedly, oil-producing nations will hang on to their dwindling supplies and prices will go through the roof. However the willingness to think through the implications and take appropriate action is something that all of us find difficult. Oil is the life-blood, they say, grasping for the gas. The implication of the rapid collapse of oil supplies is the collapse of many nation states and worldwide conflict. ‘No drivey car, walky-walky, unhappy chappy.’ Suburbia will become dysfunctional and we will have to deal with (feed) refugees from the cities. We may have left our preparation too late and our only hope is to convert as much as possible of our energy systems to electricity – preferably renewable electricity – without delay. This particularly applies to transport: electric bikes, cars, buses, trucks, trac-
tors, trains, and ships. Investors please note: ‘Soon electric truck maka lotta money.’ Let’s face this pending collapse as much as we can, at least locally. I know a lot of local effort is being put into food security. Every household and business should reassess how they will adapt, in particular in relation to supply and distribution, and invest appropriately. The more electric vehicles embedded in the community when the decline begins, the better off we will all be. How about we try a week where nobody drives... hmmm? I am interested to hear from anyone who wishes to discuss electric transport issues with me: 0407 213 267.
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Day and the royal wedding. He referred to these events as ‘myths’. Definition of the word ‘myth’: ‘descriptive traditional story’ or ‘widely held but false belief ’. Choose one. He belittled the Easter message and referred to the best source available (the Bible). Try Josephus, a noted and highly respected historian of the day. The ‘Christus’ is referred to in his recorded historical writings and I’ve been told that Christ gets more mentions than Julius Caesar in his records. Not bad for a myth. Suggest you also read a book by C S Lewis (another highly respected scholar) called Mere Christianity. It’s a mind boggler. Second myth, Anzac Day. My Dad was enlisted into the army and did his time on the Kokoda Trail. He came home (thank God) but had recurring leg ulcers and bouts of malaria for a number of years as a result of the horrendous conditions that he and others had to endure. He saw many of his ‘mates’ die and he would be furious at your flippant comments. Anzac Day is about remembering the ‘mates’, in all the dumb wars, who never came home. I was told his per-
sonality altered on his return home (too young to remember) but I know he acquired a love of life and acknowledged his ‘mates’ and celebrated life by enjoying his footy, his VB and a punt. Third ‘myth’, royal wedding. I watched every bit of the televised wedding and loved it. I saw no violent demonstrations, no flag burning, no terrorist attacks. Just a massive crowd of people having a ball and talking about the ‘love’ that was evident. And remember, none of us get to choose our birthright, including Wills and Kate. We are all aware of the tragedies and misery that our fellow human beings are suffering at present in all parts of the world – why try to drag down events that give people the chance to smile? Mungo, I pity you. You’re obviously a bitter, sour, dour old fart and I hope you find something to believe in before you make your exit. Another definition, ‘sour’ – an attitude of pretending that something is worthless because you cannot have it yourself. Now that’s interesting.
from the elected Council. In my erroneous letter I said that they’d dealt with it by ignoring it and distracting attention by providing irrelevant information. In reality they’d responded with 40 pages, which I somehow missed. You could put this down to too much on my plate, senior moment or whatever. If you go to page 116 of the agenda from April 14 Council meeting you’ll see the report No 12.17, which takes up half the page and refers to annexures. The blank bottom half of the page led me to believe that that’s all there was; over the page, however, are the 40 pages of staff report. I should emphasise that I never read the entire agenda; I only cherry-pick it for items I’m interested in or know something about. I only claim that, unlike your elected councillors, I make sure that I un-
derstand what I do read. But while I was wrong in suggesting that staff hadn’t responded to the resolution, I was quite correct in saying that they hadn’t provided the answers demanded. The question that remains flagrantly unanswered is this: ‘Under what circumstances, if any, is it permissible to use residential premises for shortterm accommodation?’
Wishful thinking Helena Norberg-Hodge continues to wax lyrical about economic ‘localisation’, in very abstract ways, without explaining the political and economic realities preventing this utopian dream (Letters, May 3). The politics of globalisation are inextricably linked to the
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Council in planning retreat fiasco I should know better, but I couldn’t help being shocked by Byron Shire Council’s decision to abandon its Coastline Zone Management Plan (CZMP) on spurious grounds. One meeting they agreed to minor amendments recommended by the new Coastal Panel and the Minister, and asked the Minister to proceed with adopting it, and at the next meeting they changed their minds and totally abandoned it. The CZMP was started in 1997 as an input into the proposed new Local Environment
Plan (LEP), along with the settlement strategies and Biodiversity Conservation Strategy. The LEP was due to be completed in 2002. The whole process was meant to be completed over nine years ago. Council started to dismantle the process first by refusing to adopt the Byron Bay and Suffolk Park Settlement Strategy in 2002. This Council abandoned the Rural Settlement Strategy, tried to abandon the key plank of the Biodiversity Conservation Strategy (before reluctantly restoring it), and now has abandoned the CZMP.
economic system of global capitalism. Ms NorbergHodge’s answer to changing the ‘economic system’ – capitalism – is the ‘middle classes’, maybe by asking nicely? Some proponents of localisation, from what I understand, are also adherents to the utopian ‘Small is Beautiful’ concept as espoused by E F Schumacher, and believe that small economies are ‘better’ than big economies. In this respect localisation would lead to a situation where the world would consist of lots of highly disconnected economies and also lots of highly disconnected, even despotic governments. Additionally localisation would also mean a freezing of technology transfer, leaving poor countries that have not developed manufacturing industries to wallow in backwardness. Proponents such as Colin Hines argue that reducing the volume of international trade would give nations both economic and political autonomy and prevent the damage done to the environment. Only by freeing the world from the domination of capital can we end the inequalities and the damage to the environment of world trade. To suggest that diversity – culturally and ecologically in an economic sense – is fundamental to localisation is antithetical to capitalism and ‘communism’ (Stalinism) ig-
nores the creative ingenuity of human history, irrespective of the social/economic/political systems. To talk about the need for a ‘new economy’ is nothing new, however what is needed to change the economic system of capitalism is not. All the wishful thinking, and fanciful notions of localisation will not challenge the entrenched power structures preserving the status quo of capitalism, no matter how well intentioned and thought about.
BEACON, along with other community groups, volunteered years of time in meetings on, and making submissions to, the CZMP and the settlement strategies. Council wasted our time. The CZMP has cost many hundreds of thousands of dollars in consultant’s fees and staff wages. The key studies are now over a decade old and, given that our knowledge of climate change has significantly progressed, will need to be redone for a new plan. This latest fiasco confirms my opinion that it is a total waste of
time trying to work constructively with this Council. I ask Mayor Jan Barham to publicly state how Council intends to deal with sea-level rise and coastal recession in the new LEP, or does she intend to delay the LEP for another 14 years while they start from scratch on a new CZMP? In the absence of any alternative strategy, I would be happy to see the superior 1988 version of planned retreat simply transferred from our current LEP and DCP to the new LEP.
Nuclear Technology Institute. The media have failed to mention that Doctor Caldicott suggests Fukushima is orders of magnitude worse than Chernobyl and that according to her, one millionth of a gram of plutonium can cause cancer and hundreds of kilograms of plutonium will potentially be released into the atmosphere from Fukushima. The milk and rainwater in Hawaii and America are already heavily contaminated with radioactive isotopes from Fukushima and, according to Boyd Kellner Loren Moret, within a year Newrybar the radioactive isotopes will be across the southern hemiNuclear disaster sphere as well. Although The Echo published Peter Olson Goonengerry an excellent article by Michael Molloy on the dangers of nuclear radiation, which men- Roundaboutworld tioned that one million people Going to work the other day I had died so far from Cher- had a thought on how Byron nobyl, there hasn’t apparently Council could get themselves been a single letter to the editor out of their financial woes. What they could do is put published about the Fukushima nuclear disaster. No men- their new Number Plate Rection of the radioactive rain ognition Vehicle at the new falling across America, Europe roundabout on Ewingsdale and across the entire Northern road and charge everyone a Hemisphere, nor of the risk of dollar to enter. It is such an radioactive food and fish that experience: a quick right then will end up in Australia and in a left, right again, ups and downs just like a big dipper at Byron Bay. In a recent unpublished Movieworld. I’m sure the public wouldn’t letter to The Echo, it was predicted that three of the nuclear mind and the great thing reactors would fully meltdown. about it is it changes every This has now happened, ac- day, holes get bigger and the cording to Michio Ishikawa, bumps get higher. The only the former head of the Japan thing they would need to do
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Israelâ€™s Separation Wall is illegal under International Law and forms part of Ariel Sharonâ€™s â€˜Matrix of Controlâ€™ whose purpose is to make daily life so utterly intolerable for Palestinians that they become so ground down they get out, leaving their land and houses for Israelis to steal. Byron People for Truth and Justice will meet at Main Beach in front of the Surf Club on Sunday May 15 and build a sand â€˜Separation Wallâ€™ from 10am to 1pm and then invite people to demolish it in symbolic anticipation of the real wall tumbling down, just like what happened to the Berlin Wall.
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to save the ridgeline from being turned into a road (Letters, May 3). Over the past few years I also attempted to speak with Eric about preserving the Crown roads that bisected and adjoined his property so that they could be retained as bush, horse riding and mountain bike tracks. I suggested to him too that if he did not want the northsouth road reserve retained we could negotiate a track along his western boundary. Basically we got nowhere to the point where I attempted to solicit the help of one of his principal investors in the development, Christopher Dean, to talk to him about it. Chris didnâ€™t even reply. Global web The fact remains however The interest of our press in Lib- Q I fully support Edna Carew that the public have every right yan rebels is suspicious. Is it and Dave Rawlins in their fight to use those reserve roads as just oil NATO wants to secure? ily a psychological operation Within weeks of the rebel- receive $US50,000. lion the ragtag bunch, some The rebellion may not be so targeting Western audiences. CIA trained, established their innocent or even in the Libyan The carefully crafted event own central bank! A central peopleâ€™s interest. But hey, our bore all the hallmarks of a PR bank means Libyaâ€™s economy press would not help us under- stunt, with prearranged rentcan be controlled by the IMF stand the international bank- a-crowds at the White House and Bank of International Set- ing establishmentâ€™s agenda, and a legion of paid pundits tlements. would it? See www.webofdebt. peddling prepared talking points on mainstream propaThis means public projects com. can be expensively financed Will Syria, Lebanon, Soma- ganda networks. A slew of depraved war gore with lots of interest going in to lia, Sudan and Iran be next? Dr Liz Elliott was apparently sufficient proof private pockets. Mullumbimby for the co-opted commentariCurrently Libya creates curat, which embraced the story rency cheaply so water, health and education needs are well Q The alleged extralegal execu- with childlike credulity, barely cared for and all newlyweds tion of bin Laden was primar- questioning sources while juQ In my letter last week, I made
an error in saying that the cycle path will connect to Stage 2 of the Tallowood development. This cycle path/road access is proposed to connect along the ridge to future stages three and beyond. There are seven proposed stages (ruled by the court) for the development for the total subdivision to be in the vicinity of 240â€“300 blocks. The cycleway DA closed last Friday, and the Stage 2 DA, now on display, clearly shows the ridgeline designated shelter belt is under threat. It is proposed that large areas will be excavated up to and including Gareth W R Smith a section of the ridge. Byron Bay Dave Rawlins Mullumbimby Creek
tracks right now and the more they are proven to be used, the more legal right the public will have in maintaining them as tracks. The ridgeline road reserve leaves Ericâ€™s property to intersect with a portion of Brushbox Drive but continuesÂ for several kilometres through other properties and then zigzags down to Left Bank Road. It is for public use and if the community wants it designated as a non-vehicular track than they need to put pressure on the Department of Lands to take that step. In the meantime all you need to do is put some money together for a surveyor, mark the track and use it to your heartâ€™s content. It is a sure way to stop any proposed road. Mac Nicolson
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AFTER KICKING UP THEIR HEELS AT MULLUM MUSIC FESTIVAL LAST YEAR, THE YEARLINGS ARE COMING BACK TO PLAY TWO LOCAL GIGS, AT THE DRILL HALL AND MT BURRELLâ€™S SPHINX ROCK CAFE. What is it about a Yearlingsâ€™ live show that keeps people coming back? Oh Iâ€™m not sure too many folk do come back. But the ones that do really enjoy the simplicity of the sound, the warmth of the sound, the intensity of the sound, and the sensitivity and chemistry of our playing together. And of course, the witty banter and bad jokes.
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Whatâ€™s your songwriting process? How do you shape your songs before they reach the stage or a recording? Writing songs is a solitary thing. We join forces if we get stuck or need an opinion or we need to edit. When we first start playing a new song together itâ€™s kind of a magical time: itâ€™s all so new and you have to have the tape rolling to get those uninhibited ideas down or they can be lost. Before you â€˜knowâ€™ the song too well is when you can come up with really good ideas for parts. Then when youâ€™re playing live you have to know the song so well that so you can play without thinking about the arrangements and bring something new to it each time. What music or musicians do you find the most inspiring or influential? I love organic music, songs and a sound that just seems to spring from the well, without too much thought or planning, when musicians are good enough the sound is formed
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Since then we have naturally formed a sound that works for us and it has evolved over all those years; itâ€™s become freer and looser in approach, funkier I guess. In your nine years together how have things Playing now more and more as a three-piece with BJ changed for you in The Yearlings to those first Barker on drums really has opened the sound up and years? How do you maintain healthy band relationships? When our first record came out in 2002 the instruments seem to have their place in the mix. We maintain our healthy band relationship by paying we were very much an acoustic folk / country style of our drummer first...cont page 20... band and we travelled as a duo for many years. naturally. I love the blues and music inspired by the blues.
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OPENING A CAN OF WORMS I remember going to a friend’s house when I was a kid and spying an electric can-opener. I was gobsmacked. I’d never seen anything so remarkable. This gleaming countertop white good was the most state-of-the-art appliance I had ever seen. My mum still made her cakes with a whisk and refused to succumb to the seduction of the crockpot. She thought the electric frypan was too fancy and was the only woman at the Tupperware party to leave without a Lettuce Spinner. She was anti-gadget. But how could she resist the electric can-opener? It was cutting edge. Space age! It blew my tiny mind. Wow, if the tops of cans could be removed by an electric device without the hardship of manual labour, then the future that I was going to occupy was going to be amazing! How lucky was I to be born into an era where all difficult tasks, like the opening of a can, had become mechanised!
can-opener?’ She looked at me sadly and shook her head. ‘I’m sorry, darling, but we just can’t afford it.’ And so our family was relegated to the manual opening class. All through my childhood I envied little girls whose parents had electric openers. I imagined them enjoying the whizzing purr of their slick machines as I suffered the nightly chore of opening cat food tins with the butterfly opener. My mother assured me that it was in fact state-of-the-art compared to the church-key hand-operated device she used to use to pry open cans. ‘Really? You didn’t use a sharp rock like the other cavegirls?’ In retrospect I see my mother was right. Electric can-openers are a classic example of over-design. Opening a can with a regular opener was always far more efficient then fussing with a clumsy benchtop device. And really, unless both your hands are crippled by arthritis, using it is the equivalent level of consumer overkill as a walking person using a wheelchair.
I went home to my mother and declared ‘Julie Wesling’s family I don’t think I’ve even seen another electric can-opener since is rich’. My mother looked unimpressed. ‘Can we get an electric the early eighties. They’re buried deep in a time capsule
marked ‘Embarrassments in Design’ along with electric platewarmers, Betamax videos and a crate of polaroid Le Specs. These days I can’t seem to find a can-opener that actually works. It would appear that we can send a space shuttle into orbit, we can map the human genome, but we can’t manage to create a simple handheld device that will remove the lid from a can. It’s amazing. Design itself has almost made the need for any sort of opener obsolete. The ringpull can is the lazy person’s friend. I’ll pay $2 more for a product just because it’s got a ringpull. I dream of finding an opener that can give me that smooth opening action that I used to get in the seventies. It’s a sad fantasy, but at night when confronted with an unyielding can of coconut cream, if a magic genie were to appear and grant me three wishes, one of them would be for a fricking can-opener! I might sound old when I say this, but they just don’t make canopeners like they used to.
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Like in a love relationship, great bands are all about chemistry and a certain synchronicity (like you all need to be available at the same time). How do you know when you’ve found the ‘one’ or ‘ones’? Well you know Rob and I are pretty synchronised naturally, and she’s such a great songwriter I would have been crazy to miss playing guitar and singing with her. We play all the time together at home so we are usually in sync. As for BJ, our drummer, he came up to us after a gig in Adelaide once and said ‘You need me to drum for you guys’, so that was that. I guess the only real way of knowing that stuff, really, when it comes down to it is whether you like playing with someone or not; that’ll tell you. Do you do all your recording in your home studio? Well, we did Sweet Runaway there and recorded a Big Joe Williams’s song, called Juanita, that came out on a tribute album. That’s it so far for Yearlings’ material that has been released, but we will certainly record our next album there and bring it out on vinyl as well. What do you think your studio brings to your sound as compared with big commercial setups? I guess it’s like playing your instrument really: the more you use it or practise, you get better and it’s the same with the studio, so we are developing ‘our’ sound which is individual to us. The studio My Sweet Mule also has limitations (Emmylou Harris once said that your style or sound is formed by your own limitations, and she’s right) – it’s an eight-track one-inch tape machine, so there is no room for layers and layers of stuff, so your own performance becomes very focused.
such a great singer and the songs came out beautifully, it was so cool to get her to record there with us. We put a band around her, which was basically The Yearlings with double bass and piano accordion. We didn’t rehearse too much before recording; in fact it’s good the players don’t know what’s going on too much, so we just sit around the kitchen table and work through the arrangement, then straight in and record, done. What should we expect for your Byron Shire show? Well, first we have a duo supporting us on this run – they are called Laneway, originally from Melbourne but now live up Brisbane way and are described as exquisite and haunting. Hell that’s good enough for me. Can’t wait to play up there again – we had a ball at the Mullumbimby Music festival this year, so getting back that way will be a real treat for us Westerners. We will probably play a fair bit from Sweet Runaway and a smattering of older songs as well; we have nine years’ worth of songs to chose from now – where did that time go? You can expect Miss Sara Tindley to get up and do a song or two as well, maybe even something off her forthcoming record. Oh yeah, and we will have tour tea towels, yee haa.
The Yearlings and Laneway are appearing Friday at Sphinx Rock Cafe in Mt Burrell, 7pm Tix $10 Bookings: 02 6679 7118 www.sphinxrockcafe.com or at The Drill Hall in You’ve just recorded Sara Tindley at your studio. How did that Mullumbimby on Friday 20 May with tix $12/15 Tickets: 02 end up going? It was great, a very organic approach again. Sara’s 6684 6195 www.mullummusic.com.
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Oka is back in town with their special flavour of hybrid feel-good Roots, Reggae, Dub and Jazz, marinated in Electronica and served on Island Time. DidgeriStu is all grown up, and his skills on the otherworldly Australian instrument are too â€“ he rattles earth and sky on his dig. He also brings the ancient stories of his people to stages across the world. Next to him sits Chris, a manÂ with a haunting sense of melody and a daunting collection of instruments (bamboo flutes, harmonica, slide guitar and more). Together with their rhythm man Charles, the three are bound to OKA AT THE BY RON create an electric BREWERY ON FRIDAY soundscape into the sublime that will have you dancing all night. They play the Byron Brewery on Friday.
Bluesfest busking competition finalist Blake Noble is back at The Rails on Wednesday for his final gig in Australia. With a large following, a brand new solo album, and gig offers from around the world, Blake is taking his music to the next level and leaving his hometown of Byron for one of Americaâ€™s major music hubs â€“ Seattle. Rarely do
WINTER MAY 1 â€“ OCTOBER 31 MONDAY 6am Morning Mix Kabes 9am The Lighthouse Lounge Andy Travis 11am Belly Belly Sisters 12pm Pregnancy Birth & Beyond Nicole Foder 1pm Theme Park Lyn McCarthy 2pm Qâ€™s Jazz and Blues Quentin Watts 4pm Cruizy Beats DJ Cruizy 6pm Grailey Whole Celtic Show Margaret Wyatt 8pm Sounds of Africa Brian Reichmann 10pm Freedom Run Jimmy & Callum
Wednesday 18 May & Sunday 22 May 2pm CinemaLive Opera Australia $25 / $23 conc / $14 children
Love Let Me Out
Presented by Iris Ray Nunn and Craig Hearps Friday 20 May and Sat 21 May 7.30pm $28 / $25
THURSDAY 6am Planet Luv Glitter 9am Arts Canvass Karena 11am The 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 The Booty Call Lainie FRIDAY 6am That Friday Feeling Nicky 9am The Spin Cycle Karin Kolbe 11am Page Turners Pip Morrissey 12pm Whirled Music Phil Hurst 1pm Mystery Train Mary Cannon 2pm Grooveyard Teesha & Nilesh 4pm Strictly Vinyl (Happy Days) Inchie 6pm Chop-Suey Rachi 8pm Submerged/Rotation/Down & Out Si Clone/ POB/Slinky 10pm Blazing Tunes DJ Blaze
SATURDAY 6am Bay Rock Tark 8am Musical Kaleidoscope Jill TUESDAY 10am Cowboyâ€™s Sweetheart Carrie D 6am Clockwise Gary Street 12pm Blues From The Bay Anthony & Ken 9am Under Construction Sarah & Gina 2pm Paris Cat Alley Lou 11am Byron Business Phil Daly 4pm Intersecting Cultures Angela 12pm Soul Faya Switch 2pm The Music Garden Michael Brereton 5pm Justice & Miss Chi Justine & Ancika 6pm Random Rhythms Ashgirl 4pm The Sandpit Danny Salfield 6pm Post Modern Backlash Hudson 8pm Diggin In The Archives 8pm Radio Mundial Steve Snelgrove Undertaker & Joan of Ark 10pm Shelâ€™s Place Shel Kronich 10pm In the Vaults Matt Wardle
Mark Isaacs Resurgence Band Presented by Blue Birdy Tuesday 24 May 7.30pm $28
The Dog Logs by CJ Johnson
Presented by The Australian Touring Theatre Company
Thursday 26 May 7.30pm $26 / $17 conc
The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer
$200 in Cash Prizes
THU 12TH MAY
High energy dancehall set with roots, reggae and dancehall scene
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Rebecca Ireland CD Launch An intimate and beautiful collection of songs, showcasing the maturity and innocence of an artist truly emerging SPECIAL EVENT - $20
Oka Exclusive 2 hour show with DJ A fusion of eclectic world sounds, roots, dub, reggae, jazz and organic electronica
Uncle Jnr Blues, punk, folk and rock music that will bring you to your feet in a dancing frenzy
SUN 15TH MAY
Jaime Robbie Reyne
and the Broken Hearts Folk, rock and roots music from the â€˜Remember to Breatheâ€™ tour FREE
MON 16TH MAY 6.30PM FREE Vocal Party
(Karaoke Style) with Jon J Bradley TUE 17TH MAY 6PM
April Maze Friendly yet ďŹ ercely passionate duo combine folk, classical and soul music into their entertaining yet sincere show FREE SPECIAL EVENT - $20
FRI 20TH MAY
Cornerstone Roots plus Fyah Walk
SAT 21ST MAY
Ruby Blue Lyrical horn melodies and improvisation interweaving deep reggae and hip grooves
SUN 22ND MAY
Mesmerising trance music using a didgeridoo
MON 23RD MAY 6PM FREE Broad Foot Duo Hedonistic mix of rock â€™nâ€™ roll covers and originals
TUE 24TH MAY 6PM FREE Passion Flamenco with Sergio Paul A native Spanish musical and dance style performed with elegance and perfection
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SUNDAY 7am Astro Alchemy Iris & Michael 8am Colours of Byron Des 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 Max Zoesar
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WEDNESDAY 6am Catch and Grab DJ Holly Holster 9am 2481 Undone Nicqui Yazdi 11am Go Earthcare Ros Elliott 12pm Suara Indonesia Francesca & Kirana 1pm Afternoon Tea Party Adelaide French 2pm The Junkyard Stuey 4pm Cowgirl In The Sand Mel 6pm Bongo Gum Brett Diemar 8pm B-boymixers Elixir 10pm All Funked Up Rich Mann
OPEN MIC NIGHT
BLAKE NOBLE AT THE RAILS ON WEDNESDAY
Jessie Trebilco (New Zealand) & Blake Noble
Vasudha and Jemâ€™s musical partnership goes off again this weekend as they present their signature melting pot of styles from the sublime to the boisterous. They will charm you with daring tangos, tender love songs, beat poetry, saucy blues and general shenanigans. Jemâ€™s guitar work is breathtaking as Vasudha â€˜the kicking keyboard ladyâ€™ sings her unique repertoire with sass and grace. They are heading overseas in June, so donâ€™t miss seeing this delightful duet live. Join them for a laidback Sunday afternoon at the Eltham Friendly Inn from 2pm, with a little help from their friends.
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The Lismore Jazz Club presents Horn Among the Roses on Sunday at the Lismore City Bowling Club from 2pm to 5pm. Horn Among the Roses is a unique combination of extraordinary talents. John Hoffman, legendary flugelhorn player, is joined by Sharny (Russell), singer, songwriter, arranger and keyboardist, and fabulous singer Elizabeth Lord. These three brilliant musicians provide spontaneous jazz interpretations from the best of jazz, Broadway and popular standards, beautifully harmonised by two of the best female voices in the country and Johnâ€™s incomparable horn. Admission is $10 members and students and $15 for non-members.
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Over 300 seats in the biggest & best Thai restaurant in Byron Bay. Also pizzas, burgers, steaks and ďŹ sh available.
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Letâ€™s Go Krazy King Krazy is renowned throughout Australia for delivering awesome sets of reggae and dancehall music with two turntables and a microphone. Krazy has recently moved back to Northern NSW after spending a few years in Melbourne where he took his skills to the next level. Krazyâ€™s focus is on vibe and selecting big tunes; whether it be heavy roots reggae, happy uplifting reggae or party dancehall tunes, there is something for everyone. King Krazy plays at Byron Brewery on Thursday from 7.30pm
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you see a solo instrumental guitarist captivate an entire crowd, but this is Blake’s speciality. Influenced by some of the world’s best guitarists such as Tommy Emmanuel and Andy Mckee, Blake has a created a unique and original style that has people talking. He plays his 12-string guitar more like a drum kit as he weaves beautiful melodies and harmonics with funky bass lines and mindbending guitar riffs simultaneously. Blake is supported by gypsy rockers The Pit Club. The last time Blake and The Pit Club teamed up at The Rails, they packed the place, so get your spot early and grab a copy of Blake’s album Music for the End of the World. It’s as good as it sounds.
Getting the Gong Daevid Allen’s career began in the late 50s in Paris, experimenting with tape loops with composer Terry Riley and doing music for
performance works with William Burroughs. The early 60s found him in England working with teenaged Catch Far-North Queensland guitarRobert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Kevin Ayers and Hugh slinger 8 Ball Aitken playing at the Hopper, which eventually became Soft Machine. Along Lennox Pub on Saturday from 9.30pm. with Pink Floyd they were the most influential bands The gig is part of 8 Ball’s Australian tour in the UK Psychedelic scene of 1966–67, and Jimi launching new album The Tamworth Hendrix’s favourite band. Daevid left Soft Machine late Tapes. Entry to the show is free and in 1967 and relocated to Paris where he eventually the support act on the night is bluesy formed Gong, who are regarded by many as the slide-guitar player Mark Easton. This greatest psychedelic band ever and were the first is the fourth album for the redheaded band signed to Virgin Records after Mike Oldfield. guitar-slinger. He takes a swampy, alt In 1998 the band University of Errors formed in San country/blues turn at the Country Music Francisco to give Daevid Allen a new vehicle Capital of Australia, recording straight to for his music tape in Tamworth’s famed Enrec Studio, and poetry and producing and playing every instrument is currently on on the album himself – including guitars, MAJOR KRAZY AT a rising wave slide-guitars, banjo, harmonica, bass, and THE HOTEL BYRON BREWERY of popularity ON THURSDAY percussion. Eric was born in New York into in Europe. 2011 a musical family. Eric’s father, Leon Bibb, will mark the is a trained singer who sang in musical band’s first trip theatre and made a name for himself as part of the 1960s New to Australia. The York folk scene. His uncle was the world-famous jazz pianist and core of University composer John Lewis, of the Modern Jazz Quartet. of Errors, Daevid, Josh Pollock, and Michael Clare, Tin Can Radio are a band like no other. Their infectious flavour are celebrating of indie-inspired art rock comprises beautiful melodies, dance their lucky 13th rhythms and singalong hooks. Taking listeners on a sonic journey Year together and through dreamy indie-electro into disco-rock, momentous Photo: John Elliott will be joined by orchestral features and grinding dub-step breakdowns. It is Tin HIS Daevid Allen’s son, ING 8 BALL AITKEN LAUNCH Can Radio’s unique sound, coupled with their engaging live shows B PU X drummer Orlando NO NEW ALBUM AT THE LEN that has whipped up a whirlwind of support and captivated Monday Allen. AY RD ON SATU audiences nationwide.The band has finish recording Chase the Saturday at the Sun, Hold the Night, their highly anticipated debut LP, kicking off Gollan Hotel and 2011 with a national tour showcasing the live format of this unique Friday 20 May at Coorabell Hall. album. Friday at the Beach Hotel.
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Since 2006, Jack And The Giant Killers have been delivering highenergy acoustic rock shows to fans of real music. They’ve played highlight gigs at major events such as the Woodford Folk Festival (2008–2009) and the Island Vibe Festival (2008) through to earthy Sunday afternoon ‘good vibes sessions’ at your local pub. For Jack And The Giant Killers it’s all about the vibe. Thursday at the Beach Hotel.
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Yuki Taniguchi (Japan), accomplished Sanskrit student, yoga, mantra and butoh teacher, has the ability to bring the most unruly monkey mind to rest with the power of her pure voice and drone instrument, the tanipura. This Saturday and Sunday they bring a rare opportunity to sit with Yuki at a Nada Yoga workshop and learn mantras such as Gayatri (to purify negativity, bring light to intellect) and Durga mantra (to protect from difficulty, give blessings). Nada Yoga is the core of Dhrupad, the most ancient style of Hindustani classical music. Originally only sung by priests in the temples as an act of worship, it induces a deep meditative state in the singer as well as the listener. After the workshop, enjoy the sacred sounds of Yuki as she performs with master tabla player Shen Flindell (of the fusion band Tibet2timbuk2) at a private address in Brunswick Heads. Numbers are limited so bookings are essential. Tickets $15. Yuki will also teach a Butoh workshop on Sunday 14 May. Call Belinda on 0420 398 590 for concert and workshop bookings.
Eric at Bangalow Eric Bibb was given his first steel-string guitar aged seven. By junior high school, Eric was consumed by music. ‘I would cut school and claim I was sick,’ said Bibb. ‘When everyone would leave the
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E N T E R T A I N M E N T house I would whip out all the records and do my own personal DJ thing all day long, playing Odetta, Joan Baez, The New Lost City Ramblers, Josh White.’ So maybe if your kids are cutting school it ain’t such a bad thing! Catch this Blues legend at Bangalow A&I Hall on Thursday with guitarist Staffan Astner.
In-Cyde Friday IN-CYDE have just returned from an American tour where they played the famed Whiskey a Go Go in Hollywood to critical acclaim and secured themselves an American management contract. They are currently in the studio recording their third full-length album which will be released mid next year. Their Black Friday show at the Tatts in Lismore kicks off at 8pm.
Spinning Vinyl with Mr K Kendall James is a Byron local and upcoming DJ/producer who spends most of his time studying at SAE Institute. After playing the supporting act at The Ruby Tramp Nightclub on multiple occasions along with an array of competitions, he then started to take mixing seriously and built sets which will simply separate him from your standard fish in the sea. With a style being House infused with some hard-hitting electro, a wallet full of CDs and a head full of ideas…You can catch him at the Lennox Pub on Friday (and then jump the bus for LaLa Land) and on Saturday at the Hotel Great Northern.
One Two Many at the Mullum Golf Club Catch One Two Many at the Mullum Golf Club on Saturday for a night that channels the dark and dirty deeds of disco dancing. The band kicks off at 8pm and $10 will get you a free drink and the chance to win a lucky door prize. There are prizes for best costumes! Crack out the boob tubes and the glitter socks baby.
CULTURE Doing it in the Dark
NORPA began Experiments in the Dark in 2010 to engage with local artists and to provide a space for experimentation and play. NORPA Artistic Director Julian Louis explained: ‘Experiments in the Dark is about providing a platform for the creative people who live right here in Lismore and surrounding areas. It is vitally important that we provide this avenue for the telling of our own stories and the exploration of our identity as a community.’ Experiments in the Dark is just one project under NORPA’s umbrella, fostering local artists and providing them with artistic development opportunities. Known as GENERATOR, this aspect of NORPA’s business is about finding and expressing the unique identity of the Northern Rivers region.
If you’d like to experience authentic Hawaiian culture, history, song and chanting then catch Kumu Hula Punahele Andrade, a Master Teacher at Hula School in Hawaii. It’s at Mullumbimby Shearwater School from Sunday to Tuesday. For enquiries email Iolani asap for your registration – iolani@ sanctuaryofillumination.com.
Saturday at 7.30pm Lismore City Hall. Tickets $15 / $12, available at the door or at www.norpa.org.au.
Light Your Way The Lismore Lantern Parade is calling for submissions from the community for the Light Garden Project. Images will be projected onto buildings, making them giant canvases. The theme is ‘The Great Garden’ so it could be a video or a picture that you’ve scanned or a photo; it’s really up to you. Put your files on a CD or DVD-R disk with your name and contact details and send to Lightn Up Inc, PO Box 1394 Lismore, 2480.
Husky Hotel Triple J favourites Husky, who tour with the John Butler Trio this May, will stop in to Byron Bay for a free show at the Great Northern this Friday. The HUSKY AT THE HO Melbourne TEL GREAT outfit has NORTHERN ON FR IDAY enjoyed JJJ, FBI and PBS amongst other national radio airplay with their latest single History’s Door, and won the Triple J Unearthed competition and selected to play the Push Over Festival earlier this year. Supported by local troubadour M Jack Bee – this is a free show not to be missed! Free!
It’s My Party (and I’ll die if I want to) Catch this Lismore Theatre Company’s presentation of an Australian comedy that keeps the surprises coming until the very end, written by playwright and screenwriter Elizabeth Coleman. Theatregoers may remember another of Coleman’s plays – Secret Bridesmaid’s Business, a very popular and hilarious production at the Rochdale a few years ago. Coleman has written scripts for well-known TV series such as the hugely acclaimed Seachange, Police Rescue, Heartbreak High, Something in the Air, The Secret Life of Us, All Saints, Blue Heelers and McLeod’s Daughters. Most recently Coleman produced and wrote Bed of Roses for ABC television. TIx are $20 and $15 (Conc) at Uncle Peter’s Books, tel 6629 8030, or at the door. Rochdale Theatre cnr Jubilee St and Ballina Rd Lismore. Thursday at 7pm preview – all tix $10 and Friday to Sunday shows at 8pm (Sunday 5pm).
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Tuesday 10 7.00pm
QUIZMEISTER COMEDY TRIVIA NIGHT Wednesday 11 8.30pm
GARETT KATO Thursday 12 8.30pm
JACK & THE GIANT KILLERS Friday 13 5.00pm
BEACHY FRIDAYS Cheap drinks & nibblies with
RUSS WALKER DUO 9.30pm
TIN CAN RADIO Saturday 14 9.30pm
DJ NOWAK & DJ BEATDUSTA Sunday 15 4.30pm
LISA HUNT 8.00pm
DJ SLINKY Monday 16 7.30pm
QBEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9PM GARETT KATO QTHE RAILS, BYRON 7PM BLAKE NOBLE QHOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON MATT BUGGY QBYRON BREWERY 6.30PM OPEN MIC W MARIO QOWL & PUSSYCAT, BYRON CHORIZOS BLUES QWOODY'S SURF SHACK, BYRON BIG WEDNESDAY QCOCOMANGAS, BYRON WICKED WEDNESDAY DJ CARL WALKER QCHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON BEACH PARTY QLENNOX HOTEL 8.30PM PERUVIAN BATTLESHIP DJS QLENNOX PUB 6PM TRENTO'S TRIVIA QBALLINA RSL 7.30PM SOCIAL DANCE W JIM FAIRFUL QBRISBANE METRO ARTS 7.30PM CAPE BYRON PRODUCTIONS, LOVE LET ME OUT
THURSDAY 12 QBEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9PM JACK & THE GIANT KILLERS QTHE RAILS, BYRON 7PM THE FIRETREEE QHOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON WAYNE EVANS QOWL & PUSSYCAT, BYRON MOMOSSA QWOODY'S SURF SHACK, BYRON 9PM LOCAL MUSIC W CLAY BLYTH QBYRON BREWERY 6.30PM KINGKRAZY DJ QCOCOMANGAS, BYRON THIRSTY THURSDAY W DJ Q.C QCHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON HOT WET T-SHIRT SHOW QA&I HALL, BANGALOW ERIC BIBB IN DUO MODE W STEFFAN ASTNER QCOURTHOUSE HOTEL, MULLUMBIMBY 6PM DEIDI VINE & FRIENDS QLENNOX HOTEL 9PM JAM NIGHT QROCHDALE THEATRE, LISMORE 7PM IT'S MY PARTY & I'LL DIE IF I WANT TO QBRISBANE METRO ARTS 7.30PM CAPE BYRON PRODUCTIONS, LOVE LET ME OUT
BANDS ON THE BIG SCREEN Tuesday 17 7.00pm
QUIZMEISTER COMEDY TRIVIA NIGHT
QBEACH HOTEL, BYRON BEACHY FRIDAYS W RUSS WALKER DUO 9.30PM TIN CAN RADIO QTHE RAILS, BYRON 7PM SOULSHAKERS QHOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON HUSKY & M JACK BEE
QLALA LAND, BYRON AND OH! & RYAN RUSHTON QBYRON BREWERY 5PM DJ BEATDUSTA 7PM REBECCA IRELAND CD LAUNCH 7PM OKA QOWL & PUSSYCAT, BYRON HOT FONDANT QWOODY'S SURF SHACK, BYRON APRES SURF SESSIONS QBEACH CAFE BYRON 7PM STRICTLY VINYL AFTER PARTY W DJ INCHY QHAMMER & HAND, BYRON A&I 5PM RIVETED EXHIBITION QBANGALOW HOTEL 7.30PM KENNEDY MANSION QBANGALOW BOWLS CLUB 8PM BRIAN CADD & RUSSELL MORRIS QHOTEL BRUNSWICK 7.30PM RICHIE WILLIAMS DUO QMULLUMBIMBY FARMERS MARKET 8.30AM GRAEME WOLLER & LIV MCBRIDE QMULLUMBIMBY DRILL HALL 8PM CALDERA QMULLUMBIMBY BOWLING CLUB 7PM MICK BUCKLEY PIANO SHOW QLENNOX PUB 9.30M DJ KENDALL JAMES QBALLINA RSL 8.30PM THE HARD WORD QELTHAM HOTEL 7PM 2SOME QUKI HALL 8PM GLO DANCE W ALI BABA & DJ PULSE QTATTS HOTEL, LISMORE 8PM IN-CYDE QROCHDALE THEATRE, LISMORE 8PM IT'S MY PARTY & I'LL DIE IF I WANT TO QBRISBANE METRO ARTS 7.30PM CAPE BYRON PRODUCTIONS, LOVE LET ME OUT
QCOCOMANGAS, BYRON MAIN ROOM: DJ QC LOUNGE BAR: DJ CARL WALKER QBANGALOW HOTEL 7.30PM JOSH BOOTS QHOTEL BRUNSWICK 7.30PM MOSSY ROCK QBRUNSWICK HEADS WORKSHOPS & HOUSE CONCERT W YUKI TANIGUCHI & SHEN FLINDELL QLULU'S CAFE, MULLUMBIMBY 11AM GABI FELICATAS QMULLUMBIMBY DRILL HALL 8PM CALDERA QMULLUMBIMBY GOLF CLUB 8PM ONE TWO MANY 70'S DISCO QBILLINUDGEL HOTEL 7.30PM PIANO BAR FEATURING MICK BUCKLEY QLENNOX PUB 9.30PM 8 BALL AITKEN CD LAUNCH QBALLINA HOTEL 6.30PM THE PAINTED CROWS QBALLINA RSL 7.30 PHIL & GAZ QBALLINA RSL BOWLING CLUB 6PM GLENN MASSEYK QLISMORE CITY HALL 7.30PM NORPA’S EXPERIMENTS IN THE DARK QLISMORE TWILIGHT MARKET MAD HATTERS FUNDRAISER QST ANDREWS ANGLICAN CHURCH, LISMORE 7PM SOUNDSCAPES LISMORE COMMUNITY CHOIR QROCHDALE THEATRE, LISMORE 8PM IT'S MY PARTY & I'LL DIE IF I WANT TO QBRISBANE METRO ARTS 7.30PM CAPE BYRON PRODUCTIONS, LOVE LET ME OUT
QBEACH HOTEL, BYRON 4.30PM LISA HUNT 8PM DJ SLINKY QTHE RAILS, BYRON 6.30PM LILY WHITE & THE SUNSHINE BOYS QHOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON JOSH BOOTS DUO QLALA LAND, BYRON DISCROW & DANIEL WEBBER QBYRON BREWERY 6PM JAIME ROBBIE REYNE & THE BROKEN HEARTS QBYRON BREWERY 6.30PM JON J BRADLEY QOWL & PUSSYCAT, BYRON SUNDAZE JAZZ QCHAMELEON GLOBAL CAFE, BYRON 6PM TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC QHOTEL BRUNSWICK 4-8PM
QBEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9.30PM DJ NOWAK & DJ BEATDUSTA QTHE RAILS, BYRON 7PM COLOURFIDE QHOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON TRIP KICKS W KENDALL JAMES QLALA LAND, BYRON RHYS BYNON QBYRON BREWERY 7PM UNCLE JR QOWL & PUSSYCAT, BYRON 6.30PM JOHN J BRADLEY QWOODY'S SURF SHACK, BYRON DO YOU NEED A REASON? QCHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON LADIES NIGHT
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cinema reviews The Lincoln Lawyer Geoffrey Robertson QC can wring his silken hands and make Churchillian pontifications about the slaying of Osama bin Laden until the cows come home, but there will always remain a goodly number of people who are not convinced that justice must be meted out solely by those fluent in the shadowy niceties of legalese. Reflecting the culture which has nurtured it, American cinema, whether in the nineteenth century badlands of Nevada or the modern county courthouse, has always been accepting of the maverick (sometimes expressed in the softest way, eg when Atticus and Judge Taylor decide between themselves that Boo Radley need not be tried for his ‘summary execution’ of Bob Ewell in To Kill A Mockingbird. Robertson would certainly have argued with them (did you?), and of the larrikin lawyer who bends the rules to get a result. Working with a laptop out of the back of his chauffeur-driven Lincoln (the title is a nice play on words, falsely alluding to the revered president), Mick Heller (Matthew McConaughy) has made a name for himself defending dope-peddling bikies and other not exactly upright clients. A case comes his way in which he is to defend Louis Roulet (Ryan Phillipe), a scion of California’s plutocracy, who has been charged with brutally bashing a prostitute. The evidence is damning, but Roulet, adamant that he is innocent, will not plea bargain. Heller, assisted by his gumshoe mate Frank Levin (William H Macy), uncovers the truth of the matter relatively early, but the revelation only muddies the water and shatters Heller’s hubris. Based on the novel by Michael Connelly, and with more than just a hint of Raymond Chandler in its red herrings, double crosses and illicit sex, this is a slick, taut and thoroughly satisfying nailbiter. That an acquitted detainee might be released from custody with a tracking monitor still attached to his wrist is a crack in an otherwise flawless script…but in the end the bad guy gets his just deserts. Excellent. ~ John Campbell
Mad Bastards What a wonderful film. I dreaded yet another red-dust misery-thon but, in the words of its charismatic star Dean Daley-Jones, this is no ‘poor fella me’ whine. And, although it is explicitly focused on Indigenous Australians and their ongoing problems of inequality, isolation and grog-induced violence, it deals more broadly with issues breaking plenty of men – be they black, white or brindled. TJ (Daley-Jones) is released from prison in Perth and promptly instigates a pub brawl before, powerless, broke and spiritually emasculated, he heads north to find Bullett, the thirteen-year-old son whom he abandoned long ago. Arriving at Five Rivers (in the Kimberley) with the mother of all chips on his shoulder, TJ is confronted by Tex (Greg Tait), Bullett’s grandfather and local cop. Tex is committed to saving his people through tough love and he’s not about to take any rubbish from a trouble-making southern ‘sheepeater’. TJ, however, is being torn up inside by ‘a little man with an axe’ (his demons are similar to Jake’s in Once Were Warriors), and it is this inner turmoil that must be quelled before he can find rapprochement with his boy, Bullett’s mum (Ngaire Pigram) and his new mob. It may be unpolished, but Tait’s performance is one of the most compelling and loveable in recent Australian cinema, his character the most genuine – Tex’s determination to establish a men’s group is a perceptive blend of the comic and the tragic. Director Brendan Fletcher’s keen eye for incidental tenderness underpins a jagged scenario with immense warmth and the Pigram brothers’ (both were co-writers) beautiful songs add to the glow. The need to add an epilogue should have been resisted. In summing up what we’ve just watched it is superfluous and detrimental to the world of ‘story’ that would embrace us all, tending to make a big statement seem no more than a doco about its actors (having been so much inside that world, I briefly felt not included). But go and see it – it’s true, big hearted, positive and deeply moving. ~ John Campbell FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED
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The ART PIECE GALLERY
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IN FOCUS COLIN HEANEY WWW.COLINHEANEY.COM
Colin Heaney is now completely focused on developing his resort-wear – stunningly vibrant ﬂoaty silk caftans, sarongs and scarves, as well as swimwear. The most exciting news for Colin is that he has been invited to present his range of swimwear at the Miami Swim Show in July this year. Colin’s pieces are detailed works of art composed of intricately layered prints and exquisite fabrics – all which have found a natural home in resort boutiques in the Seychelles, the Maldives, Mauritius, Mexico and Bali, as well as around Australia. Currently in the process of completing his third collection, Colin is still stocking his ﬁrst two resort-wear collections in the boutique showroom at 81 Centennial Cct in the the Byron Arts & Industry Estate along with one-off caftan samples and other samples still at Easter Sale prices. In addition there is his online store at www.colinheaney.com.
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Hammer & Hand Exhibition
We’ve been Hammered, Wired, Pierced and Stoned, now the collective artists of Hammer & Hand present beautiful, fun and unexpected new pieces for their ‘Riveted’ exhibition, so come along Friday 13 May from 5pm to join the fun or drop in any day to see our great range of locally hand-made jewellery, metalware and gifts.
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Currently on show at the Tweed River Art Gallery Valley of the Tweed – features Valley of the Tweed (1921) a magnificent oil painting by Elioth Gruner, on loan from the Art Gallery of New South Wales. To complement this large work the Gallery will display selected landscapes old and new of the Tweed region. Come along on Wednesday 11 May at 10.30am when Natalie Wilson from the Art Gallery of NSW will be here to talk about this magnificent painting.
Sacred Geometry symbols at Zakay Glass
Join North Coast artists Karla Dickens and Ishta Wilson on Sunday 15 May at 11am when they will be fielding questions and discussing their exhibition of mixed media work Mother of All.
For a limited time Zakay Glass is offering 20 per cent off all silver pendants – sale ends 20 May 2011.
Enjoy the The Australian Character exhibition drawn from the Gallery’s portrait collection, a good mix of contemporary and historical works that are ever popular with visitors.
At our showroom you will find sacred, symbolic pendants and glass sculptures that can impact on people’s lives. The flower of life, seed of life, tree of life, sri yantra, star tetrahedron, dodecahedron, great stellated dodecahedron, compound of cube and octahedron, icosahedron…to name just a few!
Don’t miss out on the beautiful prints for sale in the CPM National Print Awards. The Awards feature an enormous range of printmaking techniques and bring together some of the best Australian artist printmakers.
Come and choose your special creation that can be used as a metaphor to illustrate the connectedness of all life and the spirit within the universe.
Newly opened is Freshwater Saltwater: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prints showcasing 30 beautiful prints recording traditional stories, designs and clan totems.
Visit our showroom at Zakay Glass Gallery, 6/102 Centennial Cct. Arts & Industry Park, Byron Bay 6685 6225 www. zakayglasscreations.com
While Roslyn Taplin’s beautiful drawings under the title of Versorgeprinzip? from Bali to Copenhagen explores the drivers and impacts of climate change.
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R O X Y GALLERY
Finish your visit with a coffee in the Gallery CafĂŠ while enjoying the glorious views. Admittance is free, and the Gallery and CafĂŠ are open 10am to 5pm Wednesday to Sunday. 2 Mistral Rod, Murwillumbah, ph: 6670 2790 or visit www.tweed. nsw.gov.au/tweedart
Jacqui Doran is a local artist of the past 18 years and has had many solo exhibitions. Her gallery is located at Byron Art Supplies in the Arts and Industry Estate and showcases both originals and limited edition prints. Her paintings incorporate dogs, figures, birds and rabbits.
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A2 Limited Edition Giclee prints are available from $75.00 â€“ on archival paper and canvas.
Roxy Gallery The Nostalgia of the Infinite is the title of the current exhibition of works on paper by Stuart Cussons at the ZAKAY GLASS Roxy Gallery from May 3rd until June 4th 2011. In their spartan nature these images underline Stuartâ€™s striving for an unencumbered, autonomous structure, without the weight of the personal or gestural mark, yet he is totally cognisant of the paradox which this creates. Stuart is endeavouring to create works which will bring to mind a faint but persistent recollection of that which has intrigued but is unknowable, seen, but only from the corner of the mindâ€™s eye. They hint at basic and familiar archetypes â€“ the column, the beam, the lintel and the arch; but only insofar as these tensions, weights and structures have informed my subconscious, and have bubbled to the surface unbidden as the work develops. Stuart says â€˜At the moment when I can stand away from the work and feel that it has a direct mental and physical presence â€“ that it has an interactivity at a level just beyond my immediate understanding, then I know I have reached the point from which new possibilities will begin to arise. The worksâ€™ autonomy, its â€œrealityâ€? in the world, allows me to study it, and hints at the rhythms from which new work will flow.â€™ 143 Summerland Way, Kyogle, ph: 6632 3518
21st Annual Gemfest
Jacqui Doran Gallery
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Lismoreâ€™s Gemfest is with us again on the 14th and 15th May at the Lismore Showground. The event is one of the largest of its kind in Australia, bringing a vast diversity of stalls selling a variety of items from jewellery, precious stones and crystals to rare fossils and meteorites.
To view Jacquiâ€™s paintings please visit www. jacquidorangallery.com or pop in to 3/97 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay.
Barebones Art Space This month we draw your attention to the primitive, colourful bush birds created by artist Barbara George at Barebones Art Space inÂ Bangalow. Originally from New Zealand, Barbara fell in love wih the bright plumage of our Australian birds and recreated this in her little naive ceramic creatures. Now they nest in homes all over the east coast and beyond. Barbara features her birds on pots, wall hangings and iconic forms.
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These schools were established to facilitate a need for individually based adult learning of sculpture and drawing. Traditional methods taught include modeling, mould making, casting, carving, and fabrication. The schools cater for the novice to advanced students who wish to broaden their experience. Each student develops his project through consultative guidance and by taking achievable steps to reach the goal. The most important quality the student needs is the desire to create â€“ to make things â€“ and the learning will follow. For more information call Damien 0425 398 743. Free admission Gallery open Wed-Sun 10am - 5pm
There are childrenâ€™s activites including fossicking, sand sieving for gems and lucky dips. Gates prizes and raffles with many food stalls ensure a great day for all the family. Lismore Showground, 14â€“15 May.
Dennis Nona Naath (Dugong hunting platform) (detail) shown in Freshwater Saltwater exhibition
On display until 29 May
CPM National Print Awards 2011 Mother of All: Karla Dickens and Ishta Wilson Vorsorgeprinzip? from Bali to Copenhagen: Roslyn Taplin Sun 15 May 11am Free ďŹ‚oortalk: Mother of All with Karla Dickens and Ishta Wilson
On display until 7 August
Freshwater Saltwater - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prints Australian National Maritime Museum Travelling Exhibition
From 13 May
Valley of the Tweed: works from the Collection shown alongside a work by Elioth Gruner on loan from the Art Gallery of NSW Wed 11 May 10.30am Free ďŹ‚oortalk: Natalie Wilson Assistant Curator, Art Gallery NSW
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The Australian Character: works from the Collection (02) 6670 2790 | 2 Mistral Road Murwillumbah NSW 2484 | www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/tweedart
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Yes, the shadow side of life is scheduled to show its shady face this Friday the 13th, but instead of getting all jittery, why not meet its mischief with your own sassy magic…
E ARIES: As your ruling planet Mars moves to the sign of money
ACROSS 1. Group with power and inﬂuence in a society (13) 8. One who lives north of Hadrian’s wall (4) 9. Reclusive; opposed to communal living (10) 10. Naked intruder, usually at a sporting event (8) 11. Mounds containing Buddhist relics (6) 13. Imaginary, insubstantial (10) 16. Greek rainbow goddess (4) 17. Legal wrong, such as defamation or negligence (4) 18. Luxuriant entertainments (4,6) 20. Declare, state boldly (6) 22. Springy materials, usually containing strips of rubber (8) 24. Rapidly increasing, intensifying (10) 26. Inhabitant of Syria or Egypt, for instance (4) 27. Highest level of the social hierarchy (3,5,5)
ACROSS 1. Smelt absinthe brewing for the arbiters of society (13) 8. Tax a small bed (4) 9. Worker with one party, opposed to society (10) 10. Royal in the rump, the queen – she is naked! (8) 11. Catatonic states reportedly produced by Buddhist monuments (6) 13. Asphalt man – weird, but imaginary (10) 16. Rainbow ﬂag (4) 17. Said to be educated wrong (4) 18. Sharon, shouts lavish gifts! (4,6) 20. Declare a lock back (6) 22. Twitches after return of disposal of springy materials (8) 24. English climbing around a territory – going up fast! (10) 26. Backblock a Syrian, perhaps? (4) 27. 12 moves past sepulchres (3,5,5)
DOWN 1. Coats of arms, shields (11) 2. Name, appellation (5) 3. Extortion, threats of exposure (9) 4. Temporary, meantime (7) 5. Flexible water pipes used in gardens (5) 6. Fashionable, limited in number (9) 7. Warm brown drink (3) 12. Members of the nobility (11) 14. Great cathedral of Paris (5,4) 15. Drowsy, disinclined to work (9) 19. Barren, germ-free (7) 21. Hobo, bum (5) 23. Small crown, head-dress worn by nobility (5) 25. Drunkard (3)
DOWN 1. 12 would usually have couches – nest prepared! (11) 2. Bird, the French appellation for 12 (5) 3. British have no armour for extortion (9) 4. Meanwhile, bury one thousand (7) 5. Pipes for sockses (5) 6. Former cryptic clues covering four – 12 can be like this! (9) 7. Eat badly? So drink! (3) 12. Rat racists circle – mad, but born to rule! (11) 14. Public transport carried journalist in Alaskan city to the cathedral (5,4) 15. The garlic, crushed, makes drowsy (9) 19. Inscribed slab covers royal individual – it’s barren! (7) 21. Public transport leads to parking – walk! (5) 23. 12 gets rid of costs, right? Enough remains to make an appropriate headdress (5) 25. Drunk needs small volumes (3)
Last week’s solution
Mungo’s Crossword ﬁrst published in The Week.
honey, this week’s focus is on asset management. A tough decision could miraculously materialise some funding, and a surprise windfall isn’t out of the question either. Unexpected recognition also delivers a juicy boost. F TAURUS: Your personal appeal and initiative are peaking right now, so focus on a new perspective – it’s hard to be fresh with a load of old reactions operating. When Thursday’s Mars joins the Sun in Taurus your year takes off and others want you on their team. G GEMINI: This week says in personal concerns, stop keeping score. And attend to unfinished business: those loose, dangling threads that could trip you up down the track. Not as yawn-makingly boring as it sounds, because it frees up megawatts of energy for interesting new pursuits. H CANCER: This week percolates with sensual possibilities, intimate adventures and lush indulgences, any or all of which could restore your spiritual bling. But Black Friday’s vibes suggest spending it wherever you feel secure, with trusted others or on your ownsome with a bunch of comfort accessories. I LEO: If you’re hot to help a worthy cause or crusade, don’t hesitate to pull strings and call in support from connections in high or low places. Then having charmed donations from the disinterested, this week suggests indulging animal appetites, so go ahead and feast the beast. J VIRGO: Friday excepted, this week’s good for patching up misunderstandings in the heart department because, no doubt about it, it’s your kind of seriously sexy week. Travel, either in the internal world of ideas or externally, is likely to provide answers to some pressing questions. K LIBRA: Your ruling planet Venus and financial advisor Saturn
Indian FIDE Master Akshat Khamparia scored a shock victory in last week’s 2011 Sydney International Open, ahead of a classy field which included six Grandmasters. The 22-year-old from Madhya Pradesh won his first five games and then held on for draws against his main rivals in the final four rounds to finish half a point clear of a massive chasing pack and secure the $4,000 first prize. Khamparia, who has been tipped for glory since winning his Indian State’s U/8 title and subsequently winning every age group title as well as the Madhya Pradesh open title, was naturally ecstatic about his win. ‘This is my biggest achievement so far,’ he said, ‘and I have now become the first International Master from central India.’ Khamparia was ranked 13th at the start of the SIO and had a good performance at Easter’s O2C Doeberl Cup to his credit, but few would have tipped against one of the Grandmasters taking the fifth SIO title.
both work this week’s money matters to your advantage. If Friday’s discordant vibes make decisions difficult with others not on the same page, website or planet, then just do what you do best and look for mutual benefits. L SCORPIO: This week’s dance-off is between support and opposition. Caution’s advised, because acting impulsively could mean expensive damage control later on. The key to this whole week is stringency. Not feeling it? Then focus on the galaxy of ways you could operate without maxing the plastic. M SAGITTARIUS: During May, your month of Doing Too Much, it’s vital not to neglect your health. For your charismatic enthusiasm to have maximum impact, don’t overstretch your body elastic till it runs out of snap. Even more importantly, connect every day with the flirty, playful side of life. N CAPRICORN: Necessities, obligations and responsibilities making you just want to couch potato? Too bad, because with this month’s planets in your house of fun and favorite things, out of town guests or overseas visitors enrich your existence and do wonders for your exuberance, prestige and street cred. O AQUARIUS: A gaggle of planets roosting in your fourth house of home base activate hibernation hormones to recharge flat batteries and depleted chi – so far, so fab. This week’s only bugbear is stubbornness. Yours. Unthinkable! But is it? Not to those dealing with your unwavering determination. P P ISCES: All the constructive restructuring you’ve been doing lately should be showing results by now. Yes, exotic possibilities with splendid potential are available, but they require constant reality checks: like being thoroughly examined, modified if necessary, then either discarded or acted on before they go stale.
CHESS by Ian Rogers
Australian Olympic aspirant Max Illingworth.
Play at Byron Services Club, Mon 7-10pm However, top seed Danish GM At the SIO, Wallis won his first Sune Berg Hansen and Australian four games, defeating Solomon number one Zhao Zong Yuan along the way, lost to Khamparia, suffered early setbacks and and then narrowly missed tak2010 SIO winner Dejan Bojkov ing out the Doeberl Cup winner, of Bulgaria faltered in the pen- Russian GM Andrei Deviatkin, in ultimate round against veteran the seventh round. Australian Olympian Stephen A loss to Zhao in the penSolomon. ultimate round cost Wallis any Zhao recovered well from his chance of tournament victory but slow start and could still have he bounced back with his biggest snatched the title with a last scalp of the tournament, veteran round win over Khamparia but GM Darryl Johansen – the coach the Sydney Grandmaster drifted who first noted Wallis’s talent a into difficulties and was forced to decade ago – to reach the tie for accept Khamparia’s peace offer- second place. ing. Wallis’s performance was of For the home fans, the biggest International Master level but success came from Melbourne he will not receive credit for an 20-year-old Chris Wallis. Long IM ‘norm’ because of a techniovershadowed by his slightly cal deficiency – he played one younger peers such as Moulthun too many Australians during the Ly and Junta Ikeda, Wallis, the tournament. co-winner of the 2010 Victorian Q This week’s game sees Andrei Championship, showed that his Deviatkin in sparkling form, slow but steady improvement is scoring his second victory in a week over Sydney teenager and continuing.
Sydney 2011 White: M Illingworth Black: A Deviatkin Opening: English 1.c4 e5 2.g3 f5 3.d4!? exd4 4.Nf3 An imaginative gambit, which recently gained credibility when employed by Ukrainian genius Vassily Ivanchuk. 4...Bb4+ 5.Nbd2 c5 Hanging on to the pawn has a poor reputation but otherwise White has too comfortable a position. 6.Bg2 Nf6 7.0-0 Nc6 8.Nb3 d6 9.e3! dxe3 10.Bxe3 0-0 11.a3 Ba5 12.Ng5? Starting an attack which wins material but loses the game. Deviatkin, who has already used over an hour on the clock, was very nervous about White building up the pressure with 12.Qd3 and 13.Rad1. 12...Bc7 13.Bd5+ Nxd5 14.Qxd5+ Kh8 15.Nf7+ Rxf7 16.Qxf7 Ne5 17.Qh5?! 17.Qd5 Bd7 was also ugly but now Black wins by force. 17...f4! 18.Rad1 Unfortunately after 18.Bxf4, Bg4 traps the White queen. 18...Bg4 19.Qxe5 Bxd1 The simplest path – the rest is easy for Black. 20.Qxf4 Bxb3 21.Re1 Ba5 22.Rc1 Qe7 23.Qf3 Ba4 24.Qh5 Be8 25.Qf5 Bc6 26.b4 Rf8 0-1 2011 Sydney International Open leading final scores: 1.Khamparia (Ind) 7/9; =2.Zhao (NSW), Arutinian (Geo), Deviatkin (Rus), Steadman (NZ), Wallis (Vic), Solomon (Qld), Goh (Sin) 6.5.
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French-Canadian drama 1.30 Movie: Boat 12.00 Diagnosis Murder 1.00 The Best Of Me (M 2007) Spanish drama Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00 Cheers 3.30 Roseanne 4.00 Family Ties 4.30 Mork 6.05am to 5.35pm Kids’ Programs 3.00 Weatherwatch & Mindy 5.00 Happy Days 5.30 The 6.00 Dani’s House 6.30 Trapped! Brady Bunch 7.00 Jinx 7.25 The Wannabes 8.10 6.00 Sabrina The Teenage Majority Rules 8.30 Degrassi: The 5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News Witch Next Generation 9.00 Close 6.00 Giro d’Italia Cycling 6.30 Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of 6.30 Everybody Loves Raymond Britain 7.30 America’s Next Top Model 4.00 7.30 5.00 Big Ideas 6.00 7.30 6.30 7.30 Ninja Warrior 8.30 Movie: Me, Myself & Irene Behind The News 7.00 ABC News 7.30 8.00 Unbeatable Banzuke (M 2000) US comedy. Stars The World This Week 8.00 ABC News 8.30 The Phone (M) Jim Carrey 9.00 Insiders 10.00 ABC News 10.30 9.20 Skippers 10.50 Smallville (M) 11.40 Cheers 7.30 11.00 ABC News 11.30 7.30 12.00 9.50 Movie: Could This Be 12.10 Roseanne 12.35 Sabrina The ABC News 12.30 Offsiders 1.00 Big Love? (PG 2007) French Teenage Witch 1.00 Mork & Mindy Ideas 2.00 ABC News 2.30 7.30 3.00 romantic comedy 1.30 Happy Days 2.00 The Love Boat ABC News 3.30 Australian Story 4.00 11.25 Giro d’Italia Cycling LIVE 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 4.00 Touched ABC News 4.30 Behind The News 5.00 2.25 Weatherwatch By An Angel 5.00 7th Heaven ABC News 5.30 Inside Business 6.00 ABC News 6.30 Foreign Correspondent 7.00 ABC News 7.30 One Plus One 8.00 Insiders 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Asia Pacific 6.00 Religion 7.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Story Of The FA Cup 7.00 Focus 10.00 ABC News 10.30 The World 8.00 Hook Line & Sinker 8.30 All 4 Sportscar Series 10.00 NASCAR This Week 11.00 ABC News 11.30 Adventures 9.00 Oz Made 10.00 Hit Sprint Cup Qualifying 11.30 World Australian Story 12.00 Landline 1.00 List TV 12.00 Seas Of Life 1.00 I Fish Of Free Sports 12.00 World Tour Big Ideas 2.00 BBC World News 2.30 2.00 Championship Netball Snowboarding 12.30 Pro Bull LIVE – preliminary final 7.30 3.00 BBC World News 3.30 7.30 Riding 1.30 Australian Superboat 4.00 Meet The Press 4.30 The Bolt Championship 2.00 ChampionReport 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Jamie’s ship Netball LIVE – preliminary final Thirty Minute Meals 4.00 Omnisport 4.30 Pro Series Drag 5.00 Weatherwatch 6.35 World News 6.00 Ten News Racing 5.30 I Fish 6.00 The Final Siren 10.30 UEFA Europa League 11.00 6.30 Merlin 7.00 125cc, Moto2, MotoGP FA Cup Final Highlights 12.00 UEFA 7.30 Masterchef Australia Motorcycle Racing LIVE Champions League 12.30 Speedweek 8.30 Hawaii Five-O (M) – France 2.00 Fiest India 2.30 E2 Energy: 9.30 NCIS (M) 11.10 Serie A Football LIVE – Chievo Harvesting The Wind 3.00 Egypt’s 10.30 MotoGP Turkey v Udinese 1.00 Omnisport 1.30 Animal Mummies 4.00 Little Mosque 12.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion Australian Rally Championship 2.30 On The Prairie 4.30 Living Black 5.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup LIVE – Dover Cycling Central 6.00 Thalassa 6.00 Jag 7.00 MacGyver 8.00 The 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 Eurovision Song Contest Brady Bunch 8.30 Everybody Loves 11.15 Movie: C.R.A.Z.Y. (MA 2005) Raymond 9.00 Touched By An Angel 10.00 7th Heaven 11.00 The Love
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6.30 Neighbours 6.00 Prime News 7.00 Everybody Loves 6.30 Seven News Raymond 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 So You Think You Can 7.30 Better Homes And Dance Gardens 9.30 Sex And The City (M) 8.30 Movie: Ghost Town (M 10.40 The Late Late Show 11.30 2008) US comedy. Stars Cheers 12.00 Roseanne 12.30 Ricky Gervais Sabrina The Teenage Witch 1.00 10.45 That ’70s Show 11.15 AFL Mork & Mindy 1.30 Happy Days Premiership Season: Geelong v 2.00 The Love Boat 3.00 Diagnosis Collingwood 2.30 Home Shopping Murder 4.00 Touched By An Angel 5.00 7th Heaven
6.00 NASCAR Nationwide Series 7.00 NRL Game Plan 8.00 AFL Game Plan 9.00 Major League Baseball – LIVE 12.00 Serie A Football 12.30 OneAsia Tour Golf 1.30 World Championship Triathlon: Sydney 2.30 Pro Series Drag Racing 3.30 Omnisport 4.00 Escape With ET 4.30 Emergency Search & Rescue 5.00 WWE Experience 6.00 Bondi Rescue 6.30 Emergency Search & Rescue 7.00 Airline 7.30 Megastructures Breakdown 8.30 Movie: Broken Arrow (M 1996) US action. Stars John Travolta 10.40 Sports Tonight 11.10 UFC 89 1.10 Major League Baseball 3.35 Omnisport 4.05 Championship 6.00 Jag 7.00 MacGyver 8.00 The Netball: Queensland Firebirds v Brady Bunch 8.30 Neighbours Waikato-Bay Of Plenty Magic 9.00 Touched By An Angel 10.00 7th Heaven 11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Diagnosis Murder 1.00 Jag 2.00 MacGyver 3.00 Cheers 3.30 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show Roseanne 4.00 Family Ties 4.30 Mork 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: & Mindy 5.00 Happy Days 5.30 The Half Light (M 2006) US drama. Stars Demi Moore 2.30 Dr Oz 3.30 Kids’ Brady Bunch Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal 9.00 NBC Today 11.00 Quincy ME 6.00 Sabrina The Teenage Or No Deal 12.00 Movie: Return Of The Seven Witch
5.00 rage (PG) 6.30 Kids’ Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 Megafalls Of Iguacu 2.00 Arctic Exposure 3.00 Women’s International Football: Australia v New Zealand 5.00 Art Nation 5.30 Mr Bean 5.45 Doctor Who 6.30 Wild Life 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Great Rift Africa’s Wild Heart 8.30 Movie: Moby Dick (M 2010) Part 2 of German adventure. Stars Ethan Hawke 10.05 Compass 10.30 The Street (M) 11.35 Order In The House 12.35 Movie: Sherlock Holmes And The Woman In Green (M 1945) US mystery. Stars Basil Rathbone 1.45 Movie: Best Of The Badmen (PG 1951) Western. Stars Robert Ryan 3.10 Meet The Natives
TEN 6.00 Early News 7.00 Kids’ Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Masterchef 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution 10.00 Law & Order (M) 11.00 6.30 With George Negus 11.30 Late News 12.00 Sports Tonight 12.30 The Late Show 1.30 Infomercials 5.00 Religion
8.30 The Day Before (M) 9.30 Movie: District B13 (MAV 2004) French action 4.00 ABC News 4.05 The Quarters 4.15 The Drum 5.00 Q&A 6.00 7.30 11.05 Movie: Lolita’s Club (MA 2007) 6.30 Behind The News 7.00 ABC News Spanish drama 12.50 Weatherwatch 7.30 Contact Sport 8.00 ABC News 8.45 The Quarters 9.00 ABC News 9.45 The Quarters 10.00 ABC News 10.30 7.30 6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.00 Hit List TV 11.00 ABC News 11.30 7.30 12.00 ABC 12.00 Landed Music 12.30 Hit Rater. News 12.30 7.30 Select 1.00 Big Ideas Com 1.00 Hook Line & Sinker 1.30 2.00 ABC News 2.30 7.30 3.00 ABC Everybody Hates Chris News 3.30 Foreign Correspondent 4.00 2.00 AFL Premiership Season ABC News 4.30 Behind The News 5.00 LIVE – North Melbourne v ABC News 5.30 One Plus One 6.00 ABC Melbourne News 6.30 Australian Story 7.00 ABC 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Jamie’s Thirty News 7.30 The World This Week 8.00 Minute Meals Four Corners 8.45 The Quarters 9.30 6.00 Ten News State To State 10.00 ABC News 10.30 6.30 Bondi Vet 7.30 Select 11.00 ABC News 11.30 Foreign Correspondent 12.00 Big Ideas 7.30 AFL Premiership Season LIVE – Sydney v Port 1.00 One Plus One 1.30 7.30 2.00 BBC Adelaide World News 2.30 7.30 3.00 BBC World 10.30 Movie: Sleepers (M 1996) News 3.30 7.30 US action. Stars Brad Pitt 1.15 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
6.05am to 5.45pm Kids’ Programs 6.05 Stoked 6.30 Prank Patrol 7.00 Serious Ocean 7.30 Good Game SP 7.50 The 5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News Tribe 9.10 Close 6.00 Giro d’Italia Cycling 6.30 Hairy Biker’s Food Tour 7.30 Find My Family
6.30 Catherine’s Italian Kitchen 7.00 A Matter Of Taste 7.30 More Than A Fiesta 8.00 So Frenchy, So Chic (M) 8.35 A Royal Family 9.35 Movie: Black House (MAV 2007) Korean mystery 11.25 Movie: Dumplings (MAV 2004) Cantonese horror 1.05 Weatherwatch
10.30 Mega Disasters 11.50 The Universe 12.30 Stag (M) 1.00 The Event (M) 2.00 The Sopranos (AV) 4.00 American Hot Rod 5.00 Quincy ME
NBN 6.00 Danoz 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Saturday Kerri-Anne 11.00 Kids’ Programs 2.30 Movie: Diamond Head (PG 1962) US drama. Stars Charlton Heston 4.30 The Garden Gurus 5.00 NBN News 5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.00 NBN News 6.30 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Movie: Get Smart (PG 2008) US comedy. Stars Steve Carell 8.40 Lotto 9.45 Movie: Yes Man (M 2008) US comedy. Stars Jim Carrey 11.50 Movie: City Heat (M 1984) US action. Stars Clint Eastwood 1.50 Movie: Avalon (PG 1990) US drama. Stars Aidan Quinn 3.50 Rod Stewart 4.00 Infomercials
12.10 Survivor: Redemption Island 1.10 Vampire Diaries (M) 3.05 Bridezillas (M) 4.00 Dukes Of Hazzard 5.00 Cribbs 5.30 Green Acres
GEM 6.00 Movie: Our Man In Marrakesh (G 1967) UK comedy. Stars Tony Randall 8.00 Movie: The Big Job (G 1965) UK comedy. Stars Sid James 10.00 Movie: The Yearling (G 1946) US drama. Stars Gregory Peck 12.40 Movie: Bombers B-52 (G 1957) US drama. Stars Natalie Wood 2.50 Movie: None But The Brave (PG 1965) WWII drama. Stars Frank Sinatra 5.00 Getaway 6.00 The Nanny 6.30 As Time Goes By 8.45 CSI (M) 9.45 CSI: Miami (M) 10.45 CSI: New York (M) 11.40 Conan (M) 12.35 Movie: Bombers B-52 2.35 Movie: None But The Brave 4.35 Dangerman 5.35 The Garden Gurus
Monster Garage 1.00 American Hot Rod 2.00 Fifth Gear 3.00 American 6.00 Religion 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Hot Rod 4.00 Monster Garage 5.00 The Drew Carey Show 5.30 According 10.00 TBA 1.00 Minute To Win It 2.00 AFL Premiership Season To Jim 6.30 American Dad LIVE – Western Bulldogs v 7.30 Mega Structures Richmond 5.00 Borderline 5.30 Mercurio’s Menu 8.30 Movie: Escape From New York (M 1981) UK action. 6.00 Seven News Stars Kurt Russell 6.30 Dancing With The Stars 10.45 Movie: 7 Seconds (AV 2005) 8.30 Castle (M) US action. Stars Wesley Snipes 12.40 10.30 Beyond The Darklands Crime Invasion (M) 1.10 Behind Bars (M) 11.30 The First 48 (M) 12.30 Home 2.10 American Hot Rod 4.00 Six Million Dollar Man 5.00 Quincy ME Shopping 5.30 Seven News
6.00 Home And Away 8.30 Ugly Betty 9.30 Flipper 10.30 Full House 11.00 Alf 11.30 Movie: The Running Man (G 1963) UK drama. Stars Laurence Harvey 1.50 Movie: The Horsemen (PG 1971) US adventure. Stars Omar Sharif 4.10 Movie: Sylvester (PG 1985) US drama. Stars Richard Farnsworth 6.30 Fawlty Towers 7.10 Are You Being Served? 7.45 Three In A Bed 8.45 Escape To The Country 9.45 60 Minute Makeover 10.45 Hairy Bikers’ Cookbook 11.30 10 Years Younger 12.00 Rhodes Across India 1.00 Movie: Sylvester 3.05 Leyland Brothers World 4.00 Amazon To Ice 5.00 Home Shopping
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Wide World Of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show 12.00 The Sunday Roast 1.00 Kids’ Programs 2.00 Big 3.00 In Their Footsteps 4.00 Sunday Football LIVE – Cronulla Sharks v Sydney Roosters 6.00 NBN News 6.30 In Their Footsteps 7.30 60 Minutes 8.30 The Mentalist (M) 10.30 Harry’s Law (M) 11.30 The Guardian (M) 12.20 Super League 2.20 Billy Thorpe 2.30 Home Shopping 4.00 Good Morning America 5.00 Early Morning News
6.00 Kids’ Programs 12.30 Eclipse Music TV 1.00 Married With Children 2.00 Here’s Lucy 2.30 Green Acres 3.30 Spin City 4.30 Community 5.30 Hellcats 6.30 The Big Bang Theory
GEM 6.00 Today 9.00 Alive & Cooking 9.30 The Zoo 10.00 Friends 11.00 Murder, She Wrote 12.00 Movie: Our Man In Marrakesh (G 1967) UK comedy. Stars Tony Randall 2.00 Chopping Block 3.00 McLeod’s Daughters 4.00 Relocation, Relocation 5.00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Friends 7.00 The Zoo 7.30 Antiques Roadshow 8.30 Movie: The Aviator (M 2004) US biography. Stars Leonardo DiCaprio 11.30 Conan (M) 12.30 Murder, She Wrote 1.20 McLeod’s Daughters 2.15 Movie: The Hand Of The Night (M 1966) UK thriller. Stars Diane Clare 4.00 Movie: The Third Man (PG 1949) UK mystery. Stars Orson Welles
6.00 Kids’ Programs 1.00 Married With Children 2.30 Here’s Lucy 3.00 Green Acres 3.30 Spin City 4.30 The Dukes Of Hazzard 5.30 Wipeout USA 6.30 Top Gear 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Movie: The Lord Of The Rings – The Two Towers (M 2002) US/New Zealand adventure. Stars Elijah Wood
6.00 Six Million Dollar Man 7.00 The Virginian 8.30 McHale’s Navy 9.00 Beach Patrol 9.30 V8 Xtra 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Quincy ME 12.00
GO! 6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 The Hills 2.00 Dukes Of Hazzard 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Movie: Scooby-Doo In Where’s My Mummy? (PG 2005) Animation 7.30 Movie: Shrek 2 (PG 2004) Animation 9.25 Movie: The Matrix (M 1999) US/Australian action. Stars Keanu Reeves 12.00 Fringe (M) 2.00 Reno 911 (M) 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 The Flintstones
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The Middle Top Gear Two And A Half Men (M) Movie: Lethal Weapon 2 (M 1989) US action. Stars Mel Gibson 11.50 Reno 911 (M) 12.50 Community 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Cribs 4.30 Green Acres 5.00 Top Cat 5.30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop
GEM 6.00 Religion 6.30 Movie: So Little Time (PG 1952) WWII drama. Stars Marius Goring 8.20 Movie: For Better Or Worse (G 1954) UK comedy. Stars Cecil Parker 10.05 Movie: I Live In Grosvenor Square (G 1945) UK comedy. Stars Anna Neagle 12.25 Movie: The City Under The Sea (PG 1965) UK adventure. Stars Vincent Price 2.20 Movie: Mutiny On The Bounty (PG 1962) US adventure. Stars Marlon Brando 6.00 The Nanny 6.30 Antiques Roadshow 7.30 As Time Goes By 8.30 Movie: The Da Vinci Code (M 2006) US mystery. Stars Tom Hanks 11.30 The Nanny 12.00 Movie: Station Six-Sahara (M 1964) UK drama. Stars Carroll Baker 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 Religion 5.00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 5.30 Today
8.30 Degrassi: The Next Generation 9.00 Close
4.00 The Bill 5.00 Art Nation 5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Kids’ Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Monarch Of The Glen 1.30 Cheese Slices 2.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Grand Designs Revisited 6.50 Minuscule 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.15 Media Watch 9.35 Q&A 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 MDA (M) 12.25 The Clinic (M) 1.20 Movie: A Matter Of Life And Death (PG 1946) UK drama. Stars David Niven 3.00 Moama International Bowls
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6.00 Kids’ Programs 7.00 Spicks And Specks 7.30 The Urban Chef 8.00 Absolutely Fabulous 8.30 Swingtown (M) 9.30 Deadwood (MA) 10.15 An Englishman In New York (M) 11.30 Being Erica 12.15 London Live: Mark Ronson, Biffy Clyro, Feist, Groove Armada 12.45 Live From Abbey Road: Fleet Foxes, Manchester Orchestra, PJ Harvey And J (M) 1.35 Close
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News 1.00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Devil’s Bargain 2.30 Insight 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 The Journal 4.30 Futbol Mundial 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Living Black 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Man v Wild 9.30 World News Australia 10.00 South Park (M) 10.30 Wilfred (MA) 11.00 Ugly Americans (M) 11.30 The World Game 12.30 Living Black 1.00 6.05am to 5.30pm Kids’ Programs Movie: Little Jerusalem (M 2005) 6.00 Total Drama Action 6.30 Prank French drama 2.45 Weatherwatch Patrol 7.05 The Slammer 7.35 Stoked
Roseanne 4.00 Family Ties 4.30 Mork & Mindy 5.00 Happy Days 5.30 The 5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News Brady Bunch 6.00 Sabrina The Teenage 6.00 Giro d’Italia Cycling Witch 6.30 Catherine’s Italian 6.30 Neighbours Kitchen 7.00 Everybody Loves 7.00 A Matter Of Taste Raymond 7.30 Hot Cities 7.30 Futurama 8.30 How Many People Can 8.30 Supernatural (M) Live On Planet Earth? 9.30 Dexter (MA) 9.30 The World Game 10.40 The Late Late Show 11.30 10.30 Movie: Empire Of Cheers 12.00 Roseanne 12.30 Passion (MAV 1978) Sabrina The Teenage Witch 1.00 Japanese horror Mork & Mindy 1.30 Happy Days 12.20 Weatherwatch 2.00 The Love Boat 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 4.00 Touched By An Angel 5.00 7th Heaven 6.00 Ten News 7.00 Kids’ Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah Winfrey 7.00 Pro Series Drag Racing 8.00 Show 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 WRC Access All Areas 9.00 Story Of Judge Judy 3.30 Infomercial 4.00 The FA Cup 10.00 Championship Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold Netball: preliminary final 12.00 M7 And The Beautiful Multisport 12.30 ATP World Tour 6.30 6.30 With George Negus Tennis 1.00 MotoGP 3.00 Real NBA 7.00 The 7pm Project 3.30 Omnisport 4.00 Escape With 7.30 Masterchef Australia ET 4.30 Emergency Search & Rescue 8.30 Offspring (M) 5.00 Airline 5.30 Big Cat Diary 6.00 10.30 6.30 With George Negus Bondi Rescue 6.30 Emergency Search 11.00 Late News With Sports Tonight & Rescue 7.00 Airline 7.30 Cops 8.30 11.30 The Late Show 12.30 Ally TBA 9.30 One Week At A Time 10.30 McBeal (M) 1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Sports Tonight 11.00 One Week At Religion A Time 12.00 Bundesliga Football 2.00 Omnisport 2.30 AFL Premiership Season 5.00 Serie A Football 6.00 Jag 7.00 MacGyver 8.00 The Brady Bunch 8.30 Neighbours 9.00 Touched By An Angel 10.00 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 7th Heaven 11.00 The Love Boat 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Movie: 12.00 Diagnosis Murder 1.00 Jag Jesse Stone – Night Passage (M 2.00 MacGyver 3.00 Cheers 3.30 2006) US drama. Stars Tom Selleck
2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 Medical Emergency 3.30 Kids’ Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Prime News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 No Ordinary Family 8.30 Bones (M) 9.30 Brothers & Sisters (M) 10.30 TBA 11.00 My Big Friggin Wedding (M) 12.00 Louis Theroux (M) 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven News
7TWO 6.00 Kids Time 7.30 Martha Stewart Show 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home & Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Hollyoaks 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 Desperate Housewives (M) 1.00 Grey’s Anatomy (M) 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 Welcome Back Kotter 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Growing Pains 4.00 Movie: Tickle Me (PG 1965) US comedy. Stars Elvis Presley 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry’s Practice 7.30 Heartbeat 8.40 Jonathan Creek (M) 9.40 Gil Mayo Mysteries (M) 10.50 The Sweeney (M) 12.00 Minder 1.00 Movie: If You Knew Susie (PG 1948) US comedy. Stars Eddie Cantor 3.00 Leyland Brothers 4.00 Coronation Street 4.30 Emmerdale 5.00 Home Shopping
6.00 Six Million Dollar Man 7.00 The Virginian 8.30 McHale’s Navy 9.00 NBC Today 10.00 NBC Meet The Press 11.00 Quincy ME 12.00 Magnum PI 1.00 Airwolf 2.00 Damage Control 3.00 Hercules 4.00 Malcolm And Eddie 4.30 Newsradio 5.00 The Drew Carey Show 5.30 According To Jim 6.30 My Wife And Kids 7.00 That ’70s Show 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.30 Family Guy (M) 9.00 American Dad (M) 9.30 Family Guy (M) 10.30 My Name Is Earl 11.00 Scrubs 12.00 The Sopranos (MA) 1.00 Magnum PI 2.00 Airwolf 3.00 Quincy ME 4.00 Hercules 5.00 McHale’s Navy 5.30 Home Shopping
6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 The Middle 1.00 Seinfeld 2.00 Hellcats 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Seinfeld 7.00 Spin City 7.30 Wipeout USA 8.30 Top Gear 9.30 Two And A Half Men (M) 10.00 Come Fly With Me 10.40 Little Britain (M) 12.00 Pushing Daisies (M) 1.00 Hellcats 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 The Flintstones
NBN 5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Danoz 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Magical Tales 4.00 Kitchen Whiz 4.30 Afternoon News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 NBN News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 Come Fly With Me 8.25 Lotto 8.30 CSI (M) 9.30 CSI: Miami (M) 11.30 The New Adventures Of Old Christine 12.00 Super Rugby Extra Time 1.00 Super League 2.00 Infomercials 3.30 Good Morning America 5.00 Early Morning News
GEM 6.00 Today 9.00 Alive & Cooking 9.30 The Zoo 10.00 Friends 11.00 Murder, She Wrote 12.00 Movie: South Of Algiers (G 1954) UK drama. Stars Van Heflin 2.00 Chopping Block 3.00 McLeod’s Daughters 4.00 Antiques Roadshow 5.00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Friends 7.00 The Zoo 8.30 Mary Queen Of Shops 9.30 Kitchen Nightmares (MA) 10.30 Wife Swap USA 11.30 Friends 12.00 Murder, She Wrote 1.00 Mary Queen Of Shops 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 Religion 5.00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 5.30 Today
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ABC 1 4.00 The Bill 5.00 Travel Oz 5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Kids’ Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Time Team 1.30 Meerkat Manor 2.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Grand Designs Revisited 6.50 Minuscule 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 My Family’s Crazy Gap Year (M) 9.25 QI (M) 10.00 The Future Of The Book 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.30 Four Corners 12.15 Media Watch 12.30 Movie: Knight Without Armour (PG 1937) UK adventure. Stars Marlene Dietrich 2.25 Bloodlines 3.00 Big Ideas
ABC 2 6.00 Kids’ Programs 7.00 Spicks And Specks 7.30 Dirty Jobs 8.30 Good Game 9.00 The Warehouse Comedy Festival (M) 9.30 Being Human (M) 10.30 Angry Boys (M) 11.00 Ideal (M) 11.30 10 Items Or Less 11.55 The Warehouse Comedy Festival (M) 12.25 Billable Hours (M) 12.50 Live From Abbey Road: Green Day, Bat For Lashes, Starsailor (M) 1.35 Close
11.05 Movie: The Life I Want (M 9.00 Touched By An Angel 10.00 2005) Italian romance 1.20 A Jihad 7th Heaven 11.00 The Love Boat 12.00 Diagnosis Murder 1.00 Jag 6.05am to 5.30pm Kids’ Programs For Love (M) 2.50 Weatherwatch 2.00 MacGyver 3.00 Cheers 3.30 6.00 Total Drama Action 6.25 Deadly Roseanne 4.00 Family Ties 4.30 Mork 60 7.05 The Slammer 7.35 Stoked 8.30 Degrassi: The Next Generation 5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News & Mindy 5.00 Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 9.00 Close 6.00 Giro d’Italia Cycling 6.00 Sabrina The Teenage 6.30 Catherine’s Italian Witch Kitchen 6.30 Neighbours 4.00 ABC News 4.05 The Quarters 7.00 A Matter Of Taste 7.00 Everybody Loves 4.20 The Drum 5.00 ABC News 5.15 7.30 Cities Of Light The rise and Raymond The Quarters 5.30 Newsline 6.00 fall of Islamic Spain 7.30 The Simpsons ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 8.30 As It Happened: The SS 8.00 Futurama 9.30 Business Today 10.00 ABC News (M) 8.30 Raising Hope 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Newsline 9.30 Movie: Red Like The Sky 9.00 The Office 1.00 ABC News 2.00 Midday Report (PG 2006) Italian drama 2.30 7.30 Select 3.00 Afternoon Live 11.20 Movie: Sweet Mud (MA 2006) 9.30 Nurse Jackie (M) 10.05 Californication (MA) 10.40 5.30 Capital Hill 5.45 The Quarters Israeli drama 1.05 Weatherwatch The Late Late Show 11.30 Cheers 6.00 ABC News 6.05 The Drum 6.45 12.00 Roseanne 12.30 Sabrina The The Quarters 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Teenage Witch 1.00 Mork & Mindy 7.30 8.30 Lateline Business 9.00 The 1.30 Happy Days 2.00 The Love Boat World 10.00 The Drum 10.45 The 6.00 Ten News 7.00 Kids’ Programs 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 4.00 Touched Quarters 11.00 Newsline 12.00 ABC 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle By An Angel 5.00 7th Heaven News 12.30 Lateline 1.00 BBC World 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah Winfrey News 1.30 Lateline Business 2.00 BBC Show 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 World News 2.30 7.30 3.00 Lateline Judge Judy 3.30 Infomercial 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold 7.00 One Week At A Time 9.00 AFL 3.30 Lateline Business And The Beautiful Premiership Season 11.30 Bundesliga 5.00 Ten News Football 12.30 Liverpool Football 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 3.30 Omnisport 4.00 Escape With 5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World 7.00 The 7pm Project ET 4.30 Emergency Search & Rescue News 1.00 Movie: Copacabana 7.30 Masterchef Australia 5.00 Airline 5.30 Big Cat Diary 6.00 (M 2004) Brazilian comedy 2.40 8.00 Bondi Vet Bondi Rescue 6.30 Emergency Search The Wednesdays 3.00 Living Black 8.30 NCIS (M) & Rescue 7.00 Airline 7.30 Ice Road 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 The 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M) Truckers 8.30 Cops (M) 9.30 RPM Journal 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Global 10.30 6.30 With George Negus 10.30 Sports Tonight 11.00 World Village 11.00 Late News With Sports Tonight Football News 11.30 MotoGP – 6.00 Letters And Numbers 11.30 Late Show 12.30 Ally McBeal France 1.30 Arsenal Football 4.30 6.30 World News Australia (M) 1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion Omnisport 5.00 WRC Access All Areas 7.30 Insight 8.30 The Story Of Science 9.30 World News Australia 6.00 Jag 7.00 MacGyver 8.00 The 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 10.05 Hot Docs (M) Brady Bunch 8.30 Neighbours 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Movie:
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Crimes Of Fashion – Killer Hair (M 2009) US comedy. Stars Maggie Lawson 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 Medical Emergency 3.30 Kids’ Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Prime News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Australia’s Got Talent 8.30 Winners & Losers (M) 9.30 Parenthood (M) 10.30 Cougar Town (M) 11.00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians (M) 12.00 The Philanthropist (M) 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 News
6.00 Six Million Dollar Man 7.00 The Virginian 8.30 McHale’s Navy 9.00 NBC Today 11.00 Quincy ME 12.00 Magnum PI 1.00 Airwolf 2.00 Damage Control 3.00 Hercules 4.00 Malcolm And Eddie 4.30 Newsradio 5.00 The Drew Carey Show 5.30 According To Jim 6.30 My Wife And Kids 7.00 That ’70s Show 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.30 Family Guy (M) 9.00 American Dad (M) 9.30 Family Guy (M) 10.30 My Name Is Earl (M) 6.00 Kids Time 7.30 Martha Stewart 11.00 Scrubs 12.00 The Sopranos Show 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 (AV) 1.00 Magnum PI 2.00 Airwolf Home & Away 9.30 Shortland Street 3.00 Quincy ME 5.00 Hercules 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Hollyoaks 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 Desperate 5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Housewives (M) 1.00 Grey’s Anatomy Danoz 12.00 The Ellen Degeneres (M) 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Welcome Back Kotter 3.00 Perfect Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking Strangers 3.30 Growing Pains 4.00 3.30 Magical Tales 4.00 Kitchen Whiz Movie: 3:10 To Yuma (PG 1957) US 4.30 Afternoon News 5.30 Hot Seat action. Stars Van Heflin 6.00 NBN News 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 A Current Affair 7.00 Harry’s Practice 7.30 Customs 7.30 Are You Being Served? 8.00 Australian Federal Police 8.10 One Foot In The Grave 8.30 Sea Patrol (M) 8.50 Lewis (M) 9.30 CSI: NY (M) 11.00 That’s My Boy 11.30 Hale 10.30 Kitchen Nightmares USA & Pace (M) 12.00 Movie: Vigil In (MA) 11.30 The New Adventures The Night (PG 1940) US drama. Of Old Christine 12.00 20/20 1.00 Stars Carole Lombard 2.05 Tombs Entertainment Tonight 1.30 Home In The Coral 3.00 Leyland Brothers Shopping 3.30 Good Morning World 4.00 Coronation Street 4.30 America 5.00 Early Morning News Emmerdale 5.00 Home Shopping
6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 Seinfeld 2.00 Charlie’s Angels 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Seinfeld 7.00 Spin City 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Survivor: Redemption Island 9.30 Movie: Bride Wars (PG 2009) US comedy. Stars Kate Hudson 11.20 South Park (M) 11.50 Reno 911 (M) 12.50 Charlie’s Angels 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 The Flintstones
GEM 6.00 Today 9.00 Alive & Cooking 9.30 The Zoo 10.00 Friends 11.00 Murder, She Wrote 12.00 Movie: The First Traveling Saleslady (G 1956) US comedy. Stars Ginger Rogers 2.00 Chopping Block 3.00 McLeod’s Daughters 4.00 The Zoo 5.00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Friends 7.00 The Zoo 7.30 Secret Dealers 8.30 Hoarders 9.30 The Closer (M) 10.30 How Clean Is Your House 11.30 Without A Trace (M) 12.30 Friends 1.00 The Closer (M) 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 Religion 5.00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 5.30 Today
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Bangalow Hotel Open 7 days Lunch: 12 â€“ 3pm Dinner 5.30 â€“ 9pm All day bistro menu
bangalow espressobar & pizzabar At 11 oâ€™clock at night Greg Wiltonâ€™s alarm a break from a university degree in ecogoes off. An hour later he is at work and, in his tourism. And they fell in love. own words, the process starts. Seven years ago they returned to the Byron Gregâ€™s process is the hand-crafting from Shire. Greg had always wanted his own scratch a small range of authentic French business in pastry-making, despite the period pastries. The name of his business is, of disillusionment he had undergone up in accordingly, Scratch Patisserie â€“ and it has the Whitsundays. â€˜I didnâ€™t think I wanted to only been operating since October of last ever bake again,â€™ he tells me, â€˜because by this year. At the top of Anderson Hill Greg, his wife stage it was all pre-mixes. Iâ€™d worked in a few Angie and I sit outside â€“ before us the vision places but Iâ€™d lost my desire... But I always had of ocean meeting sky â€“ and over wine and that burning desire to come back home and cheese they tell me how it all began. start a baking business.â€™ Gleaming like jewels, lacquered with eggs, So they began, or rather Greg in splendid studded with chocolate, raisins, cinnamon, isolation began, his midnight shifts. custard and almonds and laced lavishly He currently works out of a factory at with butter, butter and more butter, these Mullumbimby but is beginning to look are precisely the sort of breakfast pastries around for his own premises. Angie is due to you find in France. And it was France which have the coupleâ€™s first child in August and has inspired Greg, Mullumbimby-born and bred, her own job out at the Arts Factory, involved when in his teens and by his own admission in administration, managing the garden not especially academically inclined, he burees and endeavouring to get the place decided to opt for an apprenticeship in a bakery then, after some travelling, apply for a eco-certified (â€˜A big process!â€™ she tells me) â€“ job with Club Med. Why French? I ask. â€˜I think despite being heavily pregnant she still does the Saturday morning deliveries. it was the French language,â€™ Greg replies, â€˜and I associated the French with being the The couple has done no advertising at all and ultimate bakers. For a farm boy maybe the itâ€™s thanks largely to word-of-mouth â€“ and idea of going to Paris was too much and Club quality â€“ that their products are now stocked Med was a sort of midway point.â€™ in at least twelve outlets, mostly cafes, around Mullumbimby, Byron Bay, Brunswick Heads Greg did his apprenticeship at the Bruns and Bangalow. They would like to extend Bakery, serving under Brian McDonald, their reach; do the odd farmers market; who taught him not only the art of baking everything from scratch but also the business start selling the successfully trialled Almond side of things. So determined was he to Croissants in a frozen form â€“ but at the same get a job, any job, with Club Med that, after time they have no desire to move beyond finding out whom to approach through sustainability. â€˜Weâ€™ve never been after the Centrelink, Greg was offered the position as fame and the glory,â€™ says Greg, â€˜but we do kitchen hand with the group up at Lindeman want to live comfortably.â€™ Angie adds that â€˜you Island. â€˜But I went straight into pastry,â€™ Greg need to be able to go out, and remember says, â€˜and after three months they offered why youâ€™re there!â€™ me a job in Noumea.â€™ Off he went to work Thereâ€™s a bit of a running gag at the there for several months before returning Rockâ€™nâ€™Roll Cafe in Mullum that Greg is to Lindeman Island for another seven; when they then offered him a contract job in Japan single-handedly responsible for the widening of customersâ€™ backsides. He takes that, quite he decided to turn it down. rightly, as a compliment. Instead he went to work on boats in the Whitsundays, acquiring a skipperâ€™s certificate Scratch Mobile Patisserie make croissants, almond croissants, danishes, pain au and ultimately living on a pontoon on a chocolat, pain au raisin and, by order only, reef and conducting diving and snorkeling Gregâ€™s speciality of profiteroles. Yes, heâ€™ll do operations and glass-bottom boat tours. He croquembouche as well. For enquiries call also met Angie who was herself working on boats but as a Japanese interpreter, taking 0466 605 007.
cnr station & deacon streets bangalow 6687 1271 DINE IN. T/WAY. BYO
Shellyâ€™s on the Beach
Open daily from 10am Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads 6685 1236
(SJOHPT'SFTI.FY Licensed/B.Y.O. wine Dine In /Takeaway Open Thurs-Mon @5.30 Cnr. Tweed & Fawcett St. Brunswick Heads 6685 1955
fatbellykat 26 Tweed St, Brunswick Heads Open Wed-Sun from 6pm 6685 1100
Owl & Pussycat Tapas Bar and Restaurant OPEN 7 DAYS: 12-12pm Cnr Jonson & Marvel CBD Byron Bay www.opcbyron.com.au
With the cocktail bar and tapas menu on offer along with all the old favourites and an extensive wine list, now is the time to head to Dominicâ€™s for something a little different â€“ there is something for everyone!
Lunch and dinner bookings available on request.
Sip your margarita in our casual covered garden and enjoy the fresh clean flavours of Mexico. Everything home made. Always tasty Not Spicy Hot. Sample some of our house salsas, such as smokey chipotle or fiery habanero. We have a great selection of Tequilas, imported beers and wine. t'VMMNFBMTGSPN t#BORVFUNFOVTBWBJMBCMF
â€˜Foodies keen to escape Byron Bayâ€™s bustle, head for this little gemâ€™ â€“ Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide. Modern Greek mezze with dishes from $3.90 to $25.90. Gluten-free and vego options. If oysters are your thing, this is the place. Fully licensed.
Enjoy Byronâ€™s favourite casual dining acoustic lounge and boutique entertainment venue. Pleasure and comfort are the core signature features of this groovy little bar. Top Class Live Entertainment Daily at 6pm. Happy Hours 5pm 7 days. Check it out!
Opening 12th May! Wahoo Japan is a new oriental grocery and takeaway in Jonson St (next to the Services Club). They stock a Lunchbox, Sushi, Yam cha wide selection of Japanese and other unique oriental 130 Jonson St, next to RSL, food products. Byron Bay Fresh and healthy lunch and dinner boxes, sushi, yam 0449 235 707 cha and salads are provided from the takeaway and Please call for orders catering can be arranged for your function.
Come and enjoy the beautiful views over Shaws Bay. Try our traditional Spanish and Mediterrean tapas, handmade by our Spanish Chef. Open Wed-Sat We are open for coffee, cocktails and sangria all day. Lunch & Dinner Recommended in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Sunday lunch Food Guide 2011. 23 Compton Dr, East Ballina Weddings, parties and catering. 6686 6602 sandbarrestaurant.com.au Check our website for cooking classes.
Sandbar and Restaurant
The Bruns Brasserieâ€™s newest addition is crispy crust pizzas. Daily selections include fresh grilled snapper, juicy steaks and bangers and mash. Gourmet coffees, Devonshire teas, freshly squeezed juices and delicious desserts are also available.
Japanese grocery & takeaway
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For over 15 years Billiâ€™s Thai has re-created the traditional taste of Thailand in Billinudgel. Offering an extensive menu, scrumptious desserts, specials board, and western style kids menu. The whole family will enjoy the relaxed village atmosphere from the covered verandah or inside dining area. Be part of the best-kept secret in the shire!
Current menu online @fatbellykat.com
With only the freshest food and smiling service, Shellyâ€™s is the place to go for a relaxed meal or coffee, with one of the greatest uninterrupted views along the north coast. With a mud cake to die for, come down and indulge.
Open 7 days. Shelly Beach Road, East Ballina 6686 9844
coffee. brunch. pizza. pides. salads. cakes Delicious house made treats and pizza (inc GF). Specialising in local produce and fabulous coffee! ESPRESSOBAR Monâ€“Sat and market Sundayâ€“8am PIZZA lunch 11.30amâ€“2.30pm evenings 5.30pm til late.
Open Wed â€“ Sat from 5pm Drop in for an enjoyable meal or try some tapas and Sunday from 1pm Fingal St, Brunswick Heads a cocktail and have a lazy Sunday afternoon. 6685 1688
Northern NSWâ€™s Best New Restaurant*. il postino serves fresh, authentic cuisine in historic Alstonville - a 35 min scenic drive from Byron. Dine under the 86 Main Street, Alstonville stars, or enjoy afternoon drinks on the verandah. 6628 3333 Also open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, Open Breakfast & Lunch with fabulous Allpress coffee all day. Live music Sun. Tues â€“ Sun 27 Feb - LEEWAY. New menus at www.ilpostino.com. Dinner Wed â€“ Sat au. *WINNER BEST NEW RESTAURANT 2010 Northern www.ilpostino.com.au. NSW, SAVOUR AUSTRALIA AWARDS.
il postino cafĂŠ bar restaurant
Open Wed-Sun NEW OPENING TIME 5.30pm Dine in or takeaway Billinudgel Village 6680 3352
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Pastries from scratch
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.
Bangalow Dining Rooms
Open 7 days 12.00 till late (very late on weekends) Beach end of Jonson St (under Hogs Breath CafĂŠ) 66 809 357
Slice Pizzeria is Byronâ€™s 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 flour. 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.
Fishmongers serve up seafood the way itâ€™s meant to be â€“ simple, fresh and really tasty! Try our famous homemade chips, A-grade fish and other jumping Open 7 days from midday. fresh seafood & daily specials. We are tucked away Bay Lane â€“ behind the behind the Beach Hotel in Bay Lane â€“ eat in or take to Beach Hotel a beach near you! 6680 8080 www.mongers.com.au
Calypso Kitchen Phone orders for takeaway Open lunch and dinner Closed Sunday 6685 5721 3/31 Lawson St, Byron Bay
The Aztec Byron Bay 32 Lawson St, 6680 8198 LICENSED MEXICAN RESTAURANT NOW OPEN 7 days Lunch/ Dinner Phone ahead for opening times
Beach Kitchen Open 8am till late At the Beach Hotel, Bay St, Byron Bay 6685 6402 www.beachhotel.com.au
Lemongrass Open 6 days 5pm-9pm Closed Tuesdays Shop 3/17 Lawson Arcade Phone orders welcome 6680 8443
Fig Tree Restaurant 2-Courses $35 4-Courses $45 6-Courses $65 LUNCH: Fri-Sun DINNER: Thurs-Sun 4 Sunrise Lane, Ewingsdale 02 66 847 273
Orient Express Open 7 nights from 5.30pm Yum Cha – Fri, Sat, Sun 11.30am-3.00pm 1/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay 6680 8808 www.theorientexpresseatery. com.au
Calypso Kitchen introduces Caribbean food to the Byron Shire. Why not come in and enjoy a taste of the Caribbean? Trinidadian roti, Jamaican patties, a selection of vegan dishes and gluten-free available.
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. Beachside breakfast, lunch and dinner right in the heart of town overlooking Main Beach, Byron Bay’
The only exclusively Vietnamese restaurant in town, this intimate space spilling out into a courtyard offers 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. It’s a popular spot so bookings are recommended. “Local produce, global flavour” Stunning views overlooking Byron Bay www.figtreerestaurant.com.au Bon appetit!
Making a meal of Mothers Day Edwina Blightrose
My husband Walter also agreed to make more use of his conjugal rights, an object I had been pressing upon him. To help him in this endeavour, I decided to spice myself up for Mothers Day. I have always felt there is something of a hiatus at the end of the day, after the children have burnt the toast and given one soap and handkerchiefs, which could be livened up. To this end I travelled north to a simply cavernous Ribena mall and visited Busted, the notable store which specialises in lingerie. I was simply agog at the outing, and marvelled at the merchandise on the shelves, a veritable cornucopia of frills, bows and froufrou. An added bonus was the cheerful sales assistants, who touched me confidently in all the right places while assessing my bra size. Imagine how my excitement went into overdrive when I realised there was a section devoted entirely to edible lingerie! My heart had not palpitated so since I saw Colin Firth
For whatever the occassion, it is always a celebration at the Orient Express Eatery. Our much-loved house dishes include: Korean-style BBQ rib-eye steak, crispy whole baby snapper served with chilli tamarind sauce, Sichuan spiced free-range chicken, jasmine tea-smoked quail, or the all-time-fav crispy duck with orange caramel sauce. Vegetarian and gluten free diners can choose from a wide selection of tasty meals. A new cocktail menu list is now on offer, as well as extensive wine list..
Winner of the favourite Japanese restaurant all over Australia in the I Love Food Byron Bay Woolies Plaza, Competition. Eat in or takeaway. Licensed. Jonson St 02 6685 7103 Open 7 days 11am till late. Get 20% off at Coolangatta Showcase Dendy Cinema. O-Sushi is a modern Japanese on the Beach 07 5536 5455 restaurant guided by a philosophy that incorporates Broadbeach The Oracle, traditional values of providing the best possible service 12 Charles Ave 07 5570 2166 combined with fresh wholesome food. Live music every Wednesday. www.osushi.com.au
Open for dinner 7 nights a week 5:30pm - 9:30pm 5/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay 6685 5151
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
Italian at the Pacific
Breakfast, lunch & sunset balcony dining Cnr Jonson St & Lawson St, Byron Bay 6680 9666 www.balcony.com.au
Rae’s Fish Cafe Lunch & Dinner 7 days Entrees $18, Mains $28 Watego’s Beach, Byron Bay 6685 5366
The Restaurant at The Byron at Byron Breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days 77-97 Broken Head Road Byron Bay 6639 2111
Lunch: Tues-Sat Dinner: Mon-Sat 11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay Bookings Essential 6685 7557
Breakfast & Dinner 7 days Lunches Sat & Sun Next to the Beach Hotel, Bay Street 6680 7055 italianatthepacific.com.au
Byron’s BEST location Modern seasonal menu Organic and local produce Award winning Campos coffee Cakes made onsite A sophisticated blend of flavours 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.
Casual relaxed seaside dining overlooking the picturesque Wategos beach. Using the freshest produce and seafood from throughout the region. Rae’s is an iconic restaurant with a reputation as the best in the area.
With a focus on fresh local produce, the Restaurant at The Byron at Byron showcases fine 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 every day, for a relaxing drink on the deck with $10 cocktails, $6 wines and $5 beers.
I am emboldened to say this mass purchasing of comestible undergarments proved a marital coup. Once the children had gone to bed, chairs propped up against the outside doorknobs, Walter and I set to with a will on the lingerie, feasting like there was no tomorrow. The fact I was wearing some of them at the time only added to the frisson. Humorist and author James H Boren suggested ’A dress that zips up the back will bring a husband and wife together’ but I would like to add that lingerie which falls apart under the tongue’s caress has its own attractions for the experimental couple.
What do a Colombian, a Bulgarian and a Laosythainese have in common? Traditional Thai! Setup by a Heng, cooked by a Verano, served by a Pavlova. We can be found in the Asian end of Fletcher St, just seconds away from the beach. Dine in the warm colourful atmosphere of our restaurant or take away. Banquet menus ideal for functions and private catering also available. The Earth’n’Sea team is taking a well earned rest. The restaurant will be CLOSED FOR TWO WEEKS from Wednesday 18th May. It will reopen on Tuesday 31st May. See you back in the booths soon!
Had enough of the rat race in the CBD? Just 3km from the centre of town nestled in the beautiful surrounds of Byron Bay’s 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. Don’t be the last to find out! Bookings essential.
Now open Sundays for breakfast and lunch
Bayside Traditional Thai
Byron Bay Golf Club B’fast: Sun 8.30am-11am Lunch: Wed-Sun 11am-3pm Dinner: Wed-Sat 5.30pm-9pm 6685 6470
Open 7 days 7am-11pm 7 Jonson St (beach end), Byron Bay Licensed & BYO 6685 7810
buying a cabbage at a Fortitude Valley greengrocer. In one fell stroke my major interests of food and underwear were combined in a delightful serendipity. Being of a DD build – some might say E – it took a while for the assistants to equip me adequately. In the end I took home the edible sweets g-string, pinot noir bikini bra, peanut butter and celery bondage harness, strawberry teddy, meringue crotchless knickers and my favourite, the bocconcini chemise.
My dear husband and I were inspired by the Royal Wedding to take a renewed interest in each other. Not having the resources to hire a coach-and-four or jet to the Bermudas, we instead cycled down to the local motel and spent the night in a brisk game of Cribbage. It rivalled some of the intense thrills one finds in the best Regency novels when young lasses catch their beaus giving them meaningful stares over the punch.
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WhyNot! Breakfast & Lunch 7 days from 6am Cocktails & Dinner Wednesday to Sunday 18 Jonson St, Byron Bay 6680 7994 whynotbyronbay.com.au
Thai@Byron Open for dinner 7 days. $9.90 lunch Thursday Feros Arcade, Jonson St, Byron Bay 6685 6737
Treehouse on Belongil 25 Childe St, Byron Bay Open Monday-Sunday 7am-11pm 6680 9452
Muoi’s Feast will be closed from 1st May to the 6th June Muoi’s 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. Italian at the Pacific provides a bustling atmospheric restaurant, dishing up contemporary inspired Italian cuisine. We’re 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 Byron’s finest cocktails and wine.
WEDNESDAY WINE NIGHTS Set menu with matching wines: Two courses $30 ORGANIC, ACOUSTIC THURSDAYS Organic Farmers’ Market menu and acoustic tunes: Two courses $30 or three courses $40
Authentic Thai chefs will tantilise your taste buds with superb traditional Thai cuisine. Well priced and popular with the locals. Fully licensed and delicious cocktails. Fully Licensed Restaurant – Bar – Functions Stroll along Main Beach to Belongil Devour our woodfired pizzas, a la carte meals and lush cocktails Enjoy our funky garden bar and casual atmosphere Listen to live music and DJs Friday – Sunday
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Open seven days, 7.30am-11.30pm Byron Bay â€“ 1 Jonson St 6680 7632 Bangalow â€“ 2 Byron St 6687 2883
Fins Salt Village, Kingscliff 6674 4833 email@example.com Dinner 7 days Lunch Fri, Sat & Sun GOOD FOOD GUIDE CHEFS HAT EVERY YEAR SINCE 1998
Saltbar Beach Bar & Bistro
Bells Boulevard, Salt Village, South Kingscliff Open 7 days 1300 725 822 www.saltbar.com.au
â€˜An iconic Byron dining experience, Fishheads serves fresh seafood on the main beach, dine in or takeaway seven days a week. The Fishheads Ultimate Seafood Platter is our signature dish and perfect for sharing between two. (BYO) Fishheads is also located in Bangalow (licensed) at the top of the town.â€™
Mother Day! 3 course set menu $69 for Sunday lunch at Fins. Stuck for gift ideas? How about a ticket to Steven Snowâ€™s upcoming cooking classes (4th May and 1st June) or a personally signed cookbook?
SNIPPETS PIZZA ON HOLD Fans of Earthâ€™nâ€™Seaâ€™s famous Green pizza (spinach and feta) will have to suspend their fix for two weeks as of Wednesday May 18. Owners Denise and David Woolsey are taking a well-earned rest and shutting shop till Tuesday May 31.
SOCIAL NETWORKING Small and large businesses in the hospitality industry will have a wonderful opportunity in June to learn more about the benefits of social networking, thanks to business coach Samantha Gowing, owner of Gowings Food Health and Wealth. Samantha will present a seminar in Byron Bay entitled â€˜Social Media Online Marketing and the Internetâ€™ on June 7 and endeavour to show business owners how best to utilise social media to network their market, how to market their products and services and increase their sales, and how to set up a network of ready-made customers at minimal cost. Everything from creating great web content to online marketing will be covered and tickets are $97. The seminar will be held from 6 till 9pm and the venue will be the Byron at Byron. For bookings visit www.samanthagowing.com/seminars.
FOOD WITH GUSTO
Saltbar has something for everyone, a large deck, newly refurbished Sports Bar, family friendly Bistro and Kids Korner. As well as ocean views, thereâ€™s always a great atmosphere, daily food specials, a well-equipped childrenâ€™s area, live music and more. Kids eat free* Mon-Thurs 5.30-7pm + free kidsâ€™ movie 7pm, T-Bone Tues & free trivia, Half Price Wednesday + free Karaoke 7pm. Saltbar is on the absolute beachfront, Salt Village, 15 mins south of Coolangatta Airport. *conditions apply
Sydney is the place to be in August for aficionados of Italian food and wine, when the sixth annual Gusto festival is to be held. Dedicated to Italian food in all its regional diversity, the all-day event will take place at Sydney Seafood School at the Fish Market, and feature Sydneyâ€™s best chefs joining forces with the nationâ€™s best Australian and Italian chefs, restaurateurs and provedores. Expect to see Lucio Galletto, Armando Percuoco, Danny Russo, Giovanni Pilu, just to name a few, conducting master classes and panel discussions, pasta and pizza making and wine workshops. The event takes place on Sunday August 21 from 10 am, and for all bookings go to www.cira.com.au.
Blackboard at the Beach
Recommended in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2011, this cruisy cafĂŠ is in Lennox Headâ€™s best location away from the hustle and bustle, with Breakfast & lunch Wed-Sun beautiful ocean views. Walk straight in from the NOW OPEN Fri & Sat nights beach to enjoy the superb cafĂŠ fare on offer for 6687 4333 breakfast and lunch. www.blackboard.net.au
Yum Yum Tree CafĂŠ Breakfast & Lunch 7 days from 8am 6680 3368 50 River St, New Brighton
The â€˜Yum Yum Treeâ€™ was a traditional meeting place for the first Australians of our area. A place to take sustenance, and catch up with old and new friends. Come notice the extra flair, enthusiasm and personal touch of the Yum Yum Tree CafĂŠ team, a collection of professional, down to earth people, enjoying their day serving you the tastiest meals and drinks. www.yumyumtreecafe.com.au
Seven Mile Restaurant Licensed BYO (Bottled Wine) 41 Pacific Parade Lennox Head 6687 6210 sevenmilerestaurant.com.au
Degustation menu now available.
Seven courses $79.99 per head or $110.00 per head matched wines.
Takeaway, dine in and home delivery BYO Open 7 days from 5pm Suffolk Park Shopping Centre 6685 3101
Visit our website www.sevenmilerestaurant.com.au to view the menu. Now open Tuesday to Saturday for dinner from 6pm. Bookings recommended.
Santos Trading Warehouse
Chef Terry Lindenmayer loves presenting fresh uncomplicated food that looks stunning. The produce Opening for lunch is sourced locally with exquisitely created sauces, and 11am - till late, Wed-Sun the Daily Specials offer mouth watering variety and Dinner Friday & Saturday great choice. Vegans and coeliacs are catered for. Minyon Falls Rd, Minyon Falls The Wrenâ€™s Rest awaits your pleasure at the top with 6688 2361 fantastic natural views, the perfect spot for a relaxing thewrensrestminyonfalls. lunch and coffee or stay and watch the sunset over a com.au romantic dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Wrenâ€™s Rest
Open 7 days Breakfast, lunch & dinner 90-92 Ballina Street Lennox Head 66 876 950 quattro-restaurant.com
Poinciana Food Bar Cafe Music 55 Station St, Mullumbimby 6684 4036 www.poincianacafe.com
Uncle Tomâ€™s Pies At the Gateway to Mullum Mon-Fri: 6am to 6:30pm Sat: 6:30am to 6:00pm Sun: 7:00am to 6:00pm 6684 4041 firstname.lastname@example.org
La Table 72 & 72a Burringbar St, Mullumbimby Cafe: 6684 2220 Mon-Fri 8-4, Sat 9-2 Restaurant: 6684 2227 Wed-Sat from 4pm www.latable.com.au
Spice It Up Thai Restaurant Open 5 days. Open Wednesday-Sunday ÄƒQNt%JOFJOPS5BLFBXBZ 6684 2273 Mullumbimby Golf Club
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Selection of flat breads. Large range of vegetarian pizzas and pastas. Gluten-free base available.
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 Mon-Thurs 9 to 5 shop at the Santos Warehouse? Small enough for Fridays 9 to 4 personal care, large enough for competitive prices, we OPEN TO THE PUBLIC have been supplying high quality biodynamic, organic 3/7 Brigantine Street, & natural products to Byron Shire & beyond since 1975. Byron Arts & Industry Park We continue our commitment to sourcing as locally as possible. Encouraging community. 6685 5685
â€œMost stylish beachfront restaurantâ€? Australian Vogue Travel. Quattro offers a mouthwatering menu focusing on traditional Italian cuisine. Centred around a traditional brick wood fired pizza oven, they provide a relaxed atmosphere with excellent customer service for all occasions, casual or intimate dining. Quattro won Best Traditional Pizza in NSW for 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Quattro Classic Italian
Artisan pizzas hand crafted on the premises using the freshest local produce and the best of traditional and modern styles.
1/6 Tasman Way, Byron Arts & Industry Estate 6680 8228 www.lusciousfoods.com.au email@example.com
Open seven days a week from 8am. All day breakfast available on weekends and until 1pm weekdays. Lunch served noon to 3pm. Licensed with great beer, wine and cocktail lists. Fabulous courtyard, undercover dining, lounge and bar areas with free wireless internet throughout. Great coffee, food and music served up daily!
Byron Shireâ€™s iconic pie shop, recently renovated and now serving a full range of traditional, handmade pies served with mashed potato and mushy peas. We also do great espresso coffee, fresh sandwiches, salads, fruit salads and slices. Come on in and try our pie of the week or maybe even a milkshake with the kids and enjoy friendly, country hospitality.
Cafe: First and only cafĂŠ in the shire to offer quality organic coffee and organic milk! Delicious brekkies, lunches and house baked pastries served by a friendly, professional team. Resto: Late afternoon â€“ share a drink with something to taste. Evening â€“ dine in our warm, stylish, open interior. French chef Bruno passionately innovates French Mediterranean bistro style food using high quality produce. SMH 2011 Good Food Guide Reviewed and Top 10 Sustainable Restaurants
Byron Bay: Jonson St (opp. Dendy Byron Bay) 6680 9779 Bangalow: Byron St (behind Aurora) 6687 2808
Unit 4, 8 Smith St, Mullumbimby 6684 1919 www.jordanspastry.com.au
Unit 4/17 Tasman Way Byron Arts + Industry Est. 6685 8688 Warehouse hours: 10am â€“ 3pm
The Orion Curry House has had top reviews by international travel magazines as the great curry house by the sea. The annual winner/finalist of the Indian Award of Excellence, the Orion is also producing the best coffee by Segafredo, continental all day breakfast, lunch, curry house dinner, and the mystical ambience to match. The 3am cocktail lounge and entertainment is the highlight this summer. RSVP for private functions in upstairs lounge is recommended.
Curry House All day cont. breakfast 7am-3pm, Curry House dinner 5.30pm-11pm, cocktail lounge till 3am 5/2 Jonson St, Byron Bay 6685 6828
Luscious Foods aim to provide the freshest, first 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. All products are handmade using fresh local produce, organic where possible, with an extensive range of global cuisine. A uniquely Byron uniquely Asian Emporium with everything you need for cooking Asian food â€“ from Korea and Japan though China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, India and even into the Middle East. Spices and rices, groceries, fine 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. The local lads at Jordanâ€™s Breads and Pastries make a hearty range of artisan breads including organic sourdough, hand moulded and rustic styles produced using traditional methods, as well as pies, pastry and croissants. Jordanâ€™s deliver on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, supplying retail, cafes and restaurants north to Southport and south to Coffs Harbour. Make an order and taste the difference. We stock quality cookware, kitchenware, tableware, glassware, chefs clothing and a broad range of cleaning solutions including green and septic safe products and specialty chemicals for food service and general industry. We stock a complete range of matting for industry, hospitality and home at great prices. If you are a restaurant, small business, accommodation property or person who takes food and cooking seriously we have what you need.
At SOL Breads we believe in producing the healthiest and most delicious breads you can buy. Our skilled bakers use age old recipes and techniques to create hand made organic sourdoughs, wheat alternative sourdoughs and also gluten free breads. All our breads are CERTIFIED organic, 100% natural, free 6680 8049 from bakers yeast and taste delicious. When quality firstname.lastname@example.org and taste counts, choose SOL Breads. www.solbreads.com.au
We deliver breads and cakes to local cafes, restaurants and retail outlets 5 days per week â€“ Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri and Sat.
2010 Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide FOR THE LOVE OF THAI FOOD!
Byron Tri’s winning women Crankin’ what’s happening in the surf
The girls were not far behind the boys in the Byron Tri. Runner-up Lisa Marangon, winner Felicity Abram and third-placed Courtney Gilfillan were overall third, fourth and fifth home, beating all but the overall place getters. Photo Tree Faerie. See more pix: www.treefaeriefotos.com/events.
Gabby Brown is a clear indication that life not only starts and continues, but also lets you enjoy a good wave after your 40th. Gabby was the winner of her division at the 2011 Byron Bay Malibu Classic on Saturday afternoon. Photo Tree Faerie. See more pix: www.treefaeriefotos.com/events.
Healey’s pocketful of scholarships
After taking up his Tennis NSW Homebush scholarship to train with a group of NSW’s best, Gene Healey has again proven himself as a major contender in Junior Tennis. Recently Gene competed in the NSW Clay Court Championships held in Sawtell. After a very wet start Gene won his way through to win his doubles tournament but begrudgingly needed to forfeit the finals of the under 18s singles as the event spilled into another day. Gene had a lot on his plate when he stepped into the tournament. ‘I had my English midyear exam on the Monday morning,’ said Gene. ‘I’ll beat him next time. Before this latest training I hadn’t played a tournament since October and had been really not sure if this is what I want to do. I’ve been training a bit up the Gold Coast with Sonic Tennis and Tennis NSW have been really great.’ Gene says he had been offered a full training scholarship to be with them whenever he
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chose but Sydney is a long way from home and he is not too sure about boarding school. ‘I think I’ll just keep to the plan of getting through HSC as well as I can and maybe getting back on to the Spanish Clay during the September holidays. I might then try using Tennis as an American College Ticket.’ A month on the circuit and Gene’s ranking has jumped up
almost 400 places. The Australian Junior Tennis finals are all held at start of the year around the Australian Open in Melbourne and Gene still needs to play well in a few more tournaments just to qualify to enter. ‘I don’t really care where Tennis takes me,’ he says. ‘At the moment I’m hitting the ball hard, it’s going where I want it to go and I’m smiling a lot.
Magpie seniors downed by Swans After a three-week break due to Easter and wet weather the Byron Shire Magpies battled the Lismore Swans on Saturday at the Shiltz Oval, Bangalow. Players had only been able to train once so fitness was going to be tested. Lismore started fast and the Magpies were slow and lacked enthusiasm and paid the price and trailed by 21 points at quarter time. Midway through the second the Magpies found some form. They started to play constructive football and rallied to draw level by half time. Joey Ryan and Kane Bullock in the centre were propelling the Magpies into attack and the forwards were kicking goals. www.echo.net.au
Brunswick Boardriders Club will hold their May club contest this Sunday. All members to meet at Brunswick surf club by 7.30am and be prepared to go to the north side if conditions suit on the day.
Shane Baldwin was playing strong running football with Greg Trevena in the back half. With no bench in the second half fitness took its toll on the Magpies as Lismore in the end ran away winners 16-13109 to 12-8-80. Byron battled hard to the end but a lack of training showed up their fitness and skills. Shane Baldwin was given the ‘Soul Bowl’ potato BOG. The coaches’ message was rain, hail or shine get on the track and train Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bangalow. The next Maggies’ game is against Coolangatta at Kirra. Enquiries Mick 0432 401 334 or George 6684 1454.
The 31st Malibu Classic went off with a bang on the weekend. The full results for the Classic were: Men’s Open: 1.Ben Dickens, 2. Jason Blewitt, 3. Scott Channon, 4. Matt Aldridge, 5. Brett Caller, 6. Chris Peel. Women’s Open: 1. Lori Kelly, 2. Roisin Carolan, 3. Anne Granier, 4. Jesse Atkins, 5. Deb Tinker, 6. Michelle Harris. Men’s Over 65: 1. Dave O’Donnell, 2. Tony Hopkins, 3. Doug Warbrick, 4. Bruce Sevenoaks, 5. Peter O’Connor Men’s Over 60: 1.Eric Walker, 2. John Giles, 3. Alan Atkins, 4. Nev Smith, 5. Ben Hutchings, 6. Warwick Bracey.
MONTHLY MARKETS 1st SAT Bruns Heads 6628 4495 1st SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777 1st SAT Lismore Con Artists 6632 3277 1st SUN Byron Bay 6685 6807 1st SUN Lismore Car Boot 6628 7333 2nd SUN The Channon 2nd SUN Lennox Head 2nd SUN Alstonville
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3rd SAT Mullumbimby 6684 3370 3rd SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777 3rd SUN 3rd SUN 3rd SUN 3rd SUN
as for the under 9s… With the U9 game transferred from Lismore due to their grounds being closed, the Maggies hosted their first home game with another sensational win, remaining unbeaten for the season so far. Lismore put up some good defence but were no match for the big kicks and fast little legs of the Maggies.
Uki Nimbin Lismore Car Boot Ballina
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4th SUN Bangalow
5th SUN Lennox Head 5th SUN Nimbin
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SATURDAYS Byron Community Bazaar 10-2pm 6685 6807 Byron Artisan Market 5-9pm 6685 6807
FARMERS MARKETS Each TUE New Brighton Each TUE Organic Lismore Each WED 7-11am M’bah Each THU 8-11am Byron Each FRI 7-11am Mullum Each SAT 8-11am Bangalow Each SAT 8am-1pm Uki
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Byron Bay Camping & Disposals For Rossi, Blundstone, Uggs and tents Phone: 6685 8085
Men’s Over 55: 1. Brett Munro, 2. Geoff Murray, 3. Ric Chalmers, 4. Peter Hall, 5. Steve Crisp, 6. Laurie Allan. Men’s Over 50: 1. Ian Pearson, 2. Phil Mansfield, 3. Chris Ryan, 4. Mike Porter, 5. Ross Cribb, 6. Tony Steadman. Men’s Over 40: 1. Rob King, 2. Richie Collins, 3. Allan French, 4. Mick Furchtman, 5. Brett Lee Long 6. Craig Devonshire. Women’s Over 40: 1. Gabby Brown, 2. Lisa Nicholson, 3. Rosalie Bryant, 4. Paula Montalbetti, 5. Colleen Conlan, 6. Sally Paxton. Men’s Over 30: 1. Hayden Swann, 2. Peter Becker, 3. Gary Burden, 4. Peter Courtney 5. Kirk Hickey, 6. Andy James. Junior Boys: 1. Oscar Jarvis, New moon
First quarter May 11
Third quarter May 25
Day of month 1 S 2 M 3 T 4 W 5 T 6 F 7 S 8 S 9 M 10 T 11 W 12 T 13 F 14 S 15 S 16 M 17 T 18 W 19 T 20 F 21 S 22 S 23 M 24 T 25 W 26 T 27 F 28 S 29 M 30 T 31 W
Sun rise 0612 0613 0613 0614 0615 0615 0616 0616 0617 0618 0618 0619 0619 0620 0621 0621 0622 0622 0623 0624 0624 0625 0625 0626 0626 0627 0627 0628 0629 0629 0630
Sun set 1713 1712 1712 1711 1710 1709 1709 1708 1707 1706 1706 1705 1704 1704 1703 1703 1702 1702 1701 1701 1700 1700 1659 1659 1659 1658 1658 1658 1657 1657 1657
Moon rise 0410 0503 0557 0653 0748 0843 0935 1024 1109 1151 1230 1307 1344 1423 1504 1550 1641 1736 1836 1937 2038 2137 2234 2328 0020 0112 0203 0256 0350 0445
Moon set 1543 1617 1655 1736 1823 1915 2011 2110 2211 2313 0016 0119 0224 0330 0438 0547 0654 0758 0855 0945 1029 1107 1141 1213 1243 1313 1344 1417 1453 1533
2. Sam French, 3. Isaac Gizzard 4. Oli Wright Junior Girls: Courtney Cribb. Open Old Mill: 1. Matt Aldridge, 2. Brett Caller, 3. Leroy Steven, 4. Damian Andrews, 5. Ben Dickens, 6. Ben Devlin. Over 40’s Old Mal: 1. Mike Pimm, 2. Eddie Korau, 3. Dave Sedgeman, 4. Mark Fuller, 5. Mal Walker. Big Boys (Over 100kg): 1. Jye Pendergast, 2. Rob McCulloch, 3. John Keevers, 4. Marty Ferrier, 5. Andy Phipps, Ciaron Carolan. Mystery: 1. Bryan Bates, 2. David Ryan, 3. Marcus Hamacher, 4. Bully Arnold, 5. Nick Wasley, 6. Ron Hughes. Everyone was stoked! 20:03
MAY 2011 Astronomical data and tides
High tide, height (m) 0654,1.43; 1916,1.65 0732,1.42; 1949,1.71 0811,1.41; 2023,1.75 0849,1.38; 2058,1.78 0929,1.35; 2135,1.78 1011,1.32; 2215,1.76 1057,1.29; 2259,1.73 1146,1.27; 2347,1.69 1243,1.26 0043,1.64; 1345,1.29 0145,1.61; 1450,1.35 0253,1.59; 1552,1.46 0359,1.59; 1647,1.59 0500,1.59; 1740,1.73 0559,1.59; 1830,1.85 0656,1.56; 1858,1.76 0751,1.52; 2010,2.00 0846,1.48; 2059,2.01 0940,1.43; 2147,1.97 1032,1.37; 2235,1.89 1124,1.33; 2322,1.78 1215,1.29 0010,1.66; 1309,1.28 0100,1.55; 1403,1.29 0154,1.45; 1458,1.33 0252,1.39; 1551,1.39 0350,1.35; 1639,1.46 0445,1.34; 1723,1.54 0535,1.33; 1804,1.62 0621,1.34; 1842,1.69 0704,1.34; 1919,1.76
Low tide, height (m) 0100,0.55; 1253,0.51 0138,0.50; 1325,0.51 0215,0.46; 1357,0.52 0253,0.44; 1430,0.54 0332,0.44; 1506,0.56 0413,0.45; 1545,0.59 0458,0.46; 1627,0.63 0546,0.49; 1715,0.67 0640,0.50; 1813,0.70 0738,0.49; 1919,0.71 0836,0.47; 2033,0.68 0931,0.43; 2147,0.62 1024,0.39; 2256,0.52 1114,0.37 0000,0.42; 1202,0.35 0059,0.32; 1250,0.36 0154,0.26; 1338,0.39 0248,0.23; 1426,0.44 0341,0.25; 1515,0.49 0433,0.30; 1603,0.56 0525,0.37; 1652,0.63 0615,0.44; 1744,0.69 0705,0.51; 1838,0.75 0753,0.56; 1938,0.79 0839,0.59; 2045,0.80 0925,0.59; 2152,0.78 1009,0.59; 2256,0.73 1051,0.58; 2349,0.66 1130,0.57 0036,0.59; 1209,0.56 0117,0.52; 1246,0.56
All times Eastern Standard Time. Time lags: Ballina Boat Dock: 15 min; Byron Bay: nil; Brunswick River Highway 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.
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Giants untroubled in lowering visitors’ colours John Campbell
The Mullumbimby Giants rebounded positively from their pasting at Murwillumbah to defeat the Lower Clarence Magpies by 28-12 in their round four NRRRL clash at Les Donnelly Field on Saturday. The victory was not one to go down in the annals, nor will it dramatically shorten their odds to win the comp, but, with a number of regulars missing, it was well earned and comprehensive. Indeed, leading 28-0 sixteen minutes from full-time (management should do something about that hooter – it sounds like a squeezed-out fart), the boys, fitter and more cultured in their constructs, might have inflicted on the visitors a thorough hiding. But with the points safely in the bag and the hot showers and bright lights of the clubhouse beckoning, they eased up to allow a couple of face-saving tries to a committed but outclassed opponent.
BOWLS Brunswick Heads Self-selected triples Wednesday May 4: 1st E Boyter, W Evans, R Carbines;2nd P Solomon, B Congdow, R McClelland; 3rd C Jensen, M Jeffreys, R Montgomery; Championships: Major Singles: S Howatson (d) P Brassington; J Anderson (d) B Fahy: Louies Lemonade: L Hoffman, M Petrou: Cock of the Walk: W Evans (d) R Carbines: STOP PRESS: Final of Minor Singles E Boyter (d) P Brassington in a top game of Bowls witnessed by a very appreciative crowd of on-lookers. Brunswick Heads Women Tuesday May 3 Club Singles Championship Cont. Rd 1. Bev. Rose 31 def. Kay Soccio 15, Edie Beddoes 31 def. Margaret Darby 9, Darilyn Guest 31 def. Jenny Lofts 24. Social Bowls: Joan Loomes, Nan Stearman & Beryl Boorman 20 def. Denise Batson, Zena Wagner & Sadie Iversen 14.Lorraine Siddall, Pat Appel, & Lorraine McCormick 19 def. Lyn Ryan, Julie Sanderson & Lyn Proudlock 13. Winners: Rink 2. J. Loomes, N. Stearman & B. Boorman. Lucky Losers: Rink 4. J. Lofts & Marian Parsons [marker]. Raffle won by Fay Parkes. Lennox Head Women Wednesday May 4 – Singles Championship Final: O Stobart 31 d P Brining 18 Social: M Arandale, E Astley, N Holmes 25 d R Sparre, S Nicol, B Turner 17, F McCarthy, J Davey, M Gregor (winners) 32 d B Knott, J Raeburn, C Lawless 16, J Martin, D Rayner, K Philp 21 d E Steele/D Adams, T Harrington, M Hadler 17, S Skennar, R Heffernan, M Hanaway (r/up) 24 d J Brook, A Humphries, F Somerville 14. Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men Sunday 1/5/11 Social - J Ramsay R Wriggley J Morgan 16 def R Blow J Lee M Thorne 11, C Thorne A Snow B Rose 17 def K Browning S Thomas G Naoum 13, Codda Pin R Fenwick R Gower 28 def A Hetherington S Knight J Enright 8, H Robb/S Brown D Blake G Henry 18 def J Kidman R Thompson J Towner 11, B Reglin E Pettendy J Canabou 17 def R Wainwright D Gower N Lee 8. Wednesday 4/5/11 Social - Blic Boyter J Canabou L Henry 29 def D Ottery G Woolley M Thorne 12. B Ball J McKay 17 def K Wriggley D Blake 14, S Ridgewll S Purdie F Buckley 27 def T Riches R Gower J Estreich 12. Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women Tuesday 3/5/11 Social - J Ball R Wainwright H Robb (Rink W) d J Ball C Thorne B Reglin, S Thomas I Pettendy J Kidman d F Booth R Mills J Towner, R Wrigley S Brown B Croft d E Leclere J Lee J Beaumont. Raffles F Booth R Wrigley Ocean Shores Ladies Wed 4 May. Social: H Best, M Bertoli, F Crowder d H Best, N Russell, J Best (Secret Score); D Gardiner, A Slater, G Johnston (Runner-up) drew E Miller, J Williams, P Quirke; B Paine, D Grant, J Bartlett d E Hill, S Iversen, N Gartner. Fri 6 May. Seahorse Triples. Overall Winner: Cudgen; A Revie,
Mullum second-rower Brett Archibald about to be swooped upon by a Lower Clarence Magpie in the Giants’ 28-12 victory on Saturday. Photo Tree Faerie.
Sam Roberts opened the scoring after the Giants had dominated the early exchanges. Camped in Lower’s twenty,
the ball flew out to his wing and, cutting sharply inside against the desperate cover, he crossed next to the uprights.
Halfback Mat Mulcahy had no trouble with the conversion and, now in front, the Giants were noticeably ener-
J Wotherspoon, B Hall. Second: Ocean Shores; D Grant, M Bertoli, M Hosie. Third: Cabarita; R Creedon, V Dudley, J Lake. First Round Winner: Pottsville; W Fielding’s team. Second Round Winner: Murwillumbah; M Chisholm’s team. Third Round Winner: Alstonville; J Scotcher’s team. Ocean Shores Men Mon 2/5 Triples. Winners D Hammond, B James & R Rolf. R/U J Best, K Hosie & R Roberts. Sat 7/5 Pennant results O/S 1’s def by Pottsville. O/S 3’s beat Mur/bah. O/S 6’s beat Pottsville. O/S 7’s def by Mur/bah Tweed Byron District Women May 2 - Pennant Flags were presented to Grade 2 winners Cabarita Beach, Grade 3 winners Mullumbimby and Grade 4 winners Condong. Runners up in the Pennant were Grade 2 Murwillumbah, Grade 3 Pottsville and Grade 4 Cabarita. Rink winners for the day were Julie Sanderson, Pearl Mullan, Mary Mummery, Clare Hill (Skip). Runners up were Judy Jones, Irene Edwards, Joan Lawson and Narelle Tait (Skip). The Money Board first prize went to Darilyn Guest. Raffle Winners were Margaret Overall, Judy Martin and Lil Bland. BRIDGE Brunswick Valley 02/05/11: 9 table Mitchell (with E/W sit out) . N/S: 1st gross; Esme Sherry/Phyllis Keyte; 2nd gross; David Dare/Freda Star. E/W: 1st Pat Hems/Mahant Downey; 2nd gross; Sybil Easterbrook/Colleen Wellings. 07/05/11 7 Table Mitchell. N/S: 1st gross; Patricia Hems/Margaret Kelly 2nd Gross Esme Sherry/.Mary Solway. E/W: 1st gross; Gerry Withey/Alleyne Withey. 2nd gross Michele Clark/Hilary Lewis. GOLF Mullumbimby Monthly Medal 07/05/11 - A Grade: Net Winner: Blake Turner Score: 66 * Over All Winner *Runner Up: Andrew Jordan-Brown Score: 67 B Grade: Net Winner: Mark Hartley Score: 66, Runner Up: Brett Evans Score: 69 C Grade: Net Winner: Isaac Fisher Score: 67 C/B. Runner Up: Max McLeod Score: 67 C/B. Nearest the Pins 5th: J Gluyas 250 cm, 7th: B Turner 230cm, 9th: T Donnelly 142cm, 12th: R Dann 968cm, 17th: J Gadowski 177cm. Gundies Mug: Mark Hartley Score: 66. Ball Run Down: 71 C/B Ocean Shores Ladies Ladies Foursomes Championships Tuesday April 26 - 1st Round Winners: L Franks & V Marsh 69.5. R/Ups: J Andrews & M Broughton 77 c/b.Vouchers to 80 Tuesday May 3 - 2nd Round Winners: J Brown & F Crowder 70.5. R/Ups: J Andrews & M Broughton 73 c/b. Vouchers to 77 OverallResults: Gross Winners: B Wingad & P Keenan 188. Gross R/Ups: G O’Donnell & C Killion 190. Nett Winners: J Andrews & M Broughton 150. Nett R/Ups: K Howard & M Pratt 151 Thursday May 5 Stableford Winner: D Jansen 39. Vouchers to 31 Saturday Ap[ril 16 Stroke – Monthly Medal. Winner: V Loomes 74. R/Up: F Crowder 76.
Putting: B Wingad 28. Vouchers to 79 c/b Ocean Shores Men Monday 02May11 - Medley Stableford: 1st Edmund Pittendrigh 41pts, 2nd Dale Magnusson 41pts, 3rd Wayne Keating 41pts Wednesday 04May11 - 4BBBB Stableford: 1st D.Parks & P.Hanigan 49pts , 2nd T.Mictchell & M.McPherson 47pts, 3rd D.Ensor & G.Andrews 46pts Saturday 07May11 - Monthly Medal - Stroke: Blue Tees 1st Fred Williams 69 . 2nd Jason Haywood 69 , 3rd Richard hanks 70. White Tees: 1st Igor Blumenthal 62 , 2nd Paul Bell 69 , 3rd Neville Adcock 70 RUGBY LEAGUE NRRRL Round 4 – Saturday May 7 Mullumbimby V Lower Clarence 1st Mullum 28 D Lower Clarence 12 Reg Lower Clarence 32 D Mullum 10 18s Mullum 18 D Lower Clarence 16 Evans Head V Grafton Ghosts 1st Evans Head 10 Drew Grafton Ghosts 10 Reg Evans Head 20 D Grafton Ghosts 8 18s Grafton Ghosts 40 D Evans Head 20 Sunday May 8 Kyogle V Ballina 1st Kyogle 52 D Ballina 20 Reg Kyogle 42 D Ballina 0 18s Ballina 52 D Kyogle 0 Cudgen V Casino Rsm 1st Cudgen 30 DCasino Rsm 12 R Cudgen 60 D Casino Rsm 0 18s Cudgen 18 D Casino Rsm 6 Grafton Rhinos V Tweed Coast 1st Tweed Coast 30 D Grafton Rhinos 22 Reg Grafton Rhinos 28 D Tweed Coast 12 18s Grafton Rhinos 30 D Tweed Coast 22 Marist Brothers V Northern United 1st Northern United 43 D Marist Brothers 24 Reg Marist Brothers 44 D Norther Nunited 12 18s Northern United 33 D Marist Brothers 26 Murwillumbah V Byron Bay Reg Murwillumbah 28 D Byron Bay 12 TABLE TENNIS Mullumbimby Doubles final: Mark Smith & Chris Strybos 2-1 from Louise Wadley & John Harrison. Chris Strybos and John Harrison had one loss each to tie for first in the singles open competition.
Carter/Caitlyn Gill 1.45 p.m. Canteen Breakers Ct 1 Breaker v Phoenix ump Narelle/Abbey, Ct 2 Classics v Taveners ump Sue H/Sue K, Ct 3 Turtles v O’Snap ump Boosh/Cruisers, Ct 4 Fuzzies v Crocs ump Whales/Coctails, Ct 5 Dolphins v Seabreeze ump Blaze/Ashley, Ct 6 Blitz v Bees ump Blaze/Whales 3.15p.m. Canteen Blitz Ct 1 Mudslide v Whales ump Narelle/Taveners, Ct 2 Blaze v Coctails ump Taveners/ Classics, Ct 5 Boosh v Cruisers ump Blitz/ Bees, Ct 6 Mighty Minkies v Shooting stars ump Jo L/Jordan, Bye Bella SQUASH Brunswick Heads Squash Wednesday 11/5/11 Round 2 - Perry Homes Comp Occupational Health & Rehab Services v. Coastal Voice & Data - M.Underwood v. C.Littlewood, L.Clarke v. S.Moon, J.Gribble v. R.Hughes, C.Baggerman v. A.Cox Cape Byron Medical Centre v. Ocean Shores Glass - J.Bristow v. G.Davis, Kijay v. C.Walsh, J.Nicolson v. C.Booth, C.Johnston v. F.King Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v. Byron Bay Trophies - C.Peate v. T.Kropp, W.Ferrier v. P.Hill, R.King v. B.Rogers, B.Doran v. W.Knight The Potato Works v. Ocean Shores Bakery - C.Ashworth v. B.Trivett, M.Virtue v. A.Li, R.Cameron v. G.King, R.James v. C.Naughton Monday 16/5/11 Round 15 - Byron Health Foods Comp Division 1 - 5.00 p.m. G.Davis v. L.Tomasella, B.Trivett v. C.Littlewood; 6.00 p.m. L.Powell v. D.Bird Division 2 - 5.00 p.m. C.Walsh v. M.Cassidy, R.Hughes v. Kijay, L.Clarke v. J.Gribble, S.Moon v. A.Li Division 3 - R.King v. R.Draper, J.Nicolson v. J.Hounslow. C.Johnston bye Division 4 - 5.00 p.m. B.Doran v. S.McTeare, K.Southwell v. C.Bolton, C.Naughton v. F.King; 6.30 p.m. C.Wilkinson v. A.Cox. VOLLEYBALL Brunswick Heads Tuesday 10/5/11 Round 13 - J.V. Towing Comp 6.00 p.m. Squeakers v. Bounders, Falcons v. Scramblers, Threesome v. Flash, Bolters v. Masala. Duty - Cannonballa & Lounge Lizards 7.00 p.m. Munch v. Eagles, Hedgehogs v. Ballistic, Coolers v. Cannonballs, Lounge Lizards v. Hit & Run. Duty - Squeakers & Falcons Thursday 12/5/11 Round 1 - Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp Draw not available at time of publication. Please phone the courts on 66851794 to find out what time your team plays. Tuesday 17/5/11 Round 14 - J.V. Towing Comp 6.00 p.m. Lounge Lizards v. Ballistic, Eagles v. Masala, Bolters v. Munch, Threesome v. Scramblers. Duty - Hit & Run & Hedgehogs 7.00 p.m. Cannonballs v. Squeakers, Hedgehogs v. Hit & Run, Flash v. Falcons, Coolers v. Bounders. Duty - Eagles & Ballistic.
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SPORT DRAWS NETBALL Brunswick-Byron Netball 12 noon Table Duty Bangalow 1.30 p.m. Main Arm.Canteen Duty Byron Bay. Hard court set up Jellyfish.Clean up Duty Boosh. 12.30 p.m. Netta Set up Bangles - Ct 7 Bangles v Giraffes ump Bangles, Ct 9 Bluebells v Tigers ump Bluebells, Ct 10 Bilbies v Starfish ump Bilbies, Ct 11 Mermaids v Lions ump Mermaids Under 12 Canteen Blossoms. Ct 1 Blossoms v Bluebottles ump Gemma Oxley/ Amelia Meikle,Ct 2 Firebirds v Bliss ump Nimmitybel Parkes/Paris Paron-Clarke, Ct 3 Bratz v Jellyfish ump Ashleigh Hartly/Molly Nicholls, Ct 4 Blueberries v Beauties ump Paige Essery/McKenzie Currey Klepp, Ct 5 Corals v Sharks ump Kiera/Stephanie Oliver, Ct 6 Chick Flicks v Choc Chips ump Ellie
gised. With good service from dummy-half Saadi – he’s built like a mini Sherman tank but is not quite as fast – all that prevented them running amok was the ref ’s willingness to let the Magpies stand off-side, a generosity not appreciated by the blue-and-golds’ partisans in the bleachers. Despite Mullum’s superiority, it was not until just before the break that Jake ‘Cobar’ Francisco bustled over from a play-the-ball to make the score a more comfortable 12-0 at oranges, whereupon Lower sat down to spend smoko on their bum in midfield. Centre Simon Baines then picked up a brace of tries – the first when he perfectly anticipated a Mulcahy grubber and the second soon after when he was at the end of a pretty passing movement featuring Brett ‘Bubba’ Archibald and Rikinui ‘BJ’ Mana. Diving over in the corner, Roberts closed the scoring for Mullum. Lanky prop Dan Molenaar again led from the front. With
socks around his ankles and arms and legs threshing, he charges into the ruck like a demented preying mantis, but he never fails to come out the other side and always gains valuable hard yards. He was reliably supported by Archibald, Luke Woods, rotund Max Binkley in his flash headgear and crowd favourite Robbie ‘Crazy’ Goodacre. ‘Crazy’ shows all the brotherly love of a rhino with a bellyache and, if not exactly twinkle-toed, he surprised more than just the Magpies’ forwards with some surprisingly deft stepping. At number seven, Mulcahy performed with a level head beyond his tender years – his tactical kicking was for the most part shrewd and beautifully weighted – while, in the custodian’s role, Mana was brave under pressure and as quick as a whippet when spotting an opportunity to make inroads. The Giants’ next home game will be against the Casino Cougars on Saturday, May 21st.
Bangalow goes gallantly down Bangalow hosted premiers Yamba last weekend going down gallantly 26-16. At half time the score showed 10-3 in Yamba’s favour after the visitors scored a soft try close to the sticks from a quick penalty tap and Bangalow a penalty. Countless opportunities were lost by the locals that would have seen the momentum change. Bangalow toiled hard into the second half with a reshuffled backline but fitness showed and players started falling off tackles and giving away kickable penalties. Bangalow did score two tries to one in the second half through new powerhouse second rower Jamie and the reliable bouser Dick Collins. Kerry
Jennings was the best on field with another flawless display at half back. In the end Yamba’s kicking display and defence was the difference between the two sides. Bangalow showed heaps of promise throughout the game and with five new faces in the side, the season looks promising. Special thanks must go to Stewart and Joe for running the bbq. This weekend Bangalow play the friendly fishermen Iluka away. For anyone keen for a run contact coach Simon Balcon on 0416 287 786. Training is once a week on Wednesdays from 6pm at the Bangalow sports grounds.
Giants junior’s mixed results for a great weekend Round four of the group 18 junior rugby league competition saw the Mullumbimby Giants travelling north for some great games of footy. The under 7s played another great game this week and dispayed some great team spirit in their match against Tugun. The under 9s had a tough game against a dominant Tugun side. Mullumbimby played hard in defence with all players totally committed. In a scrappy yet entertaining match the under 10s defeated Seagulls 30 points to 20. After a hard-fought match the under 11s bowed down to last year’s premiers Tugun. This week was the best game
yet for the under 12s against a very strong Tugun team. The under 13s took to the field against a well-drilled Tugun side. The boys played a hard game and with no reserves showed great committment throughout the whole match. The under 14s got off to a slow start against a spirited Seagulls side; however, once the boys got their game together the tries kept rolling in resulting in a 52-12 win. The under 16s played Bilambil in a great match that saw the boys display some brilliant defence. However, some crucial mistakes proved costly for the Mullum lads with Bilambil taking the match 18-6. www.echo.net.au
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Commercial & Domestic Window Cleaning s &ULLY INSURED s 0OLICE CLEARANCE s &REE QUOTES
DOUG MILNE 0407 856 965 DOUGLASMILNE BIGPONDCOM
ALCHEMIST Window Cleaning Services
IMPECCABLE MINDING W/ENDS....................................................................................66857279
s 0ROFESSIONAL s 2ELIABLE s 0RESSURE CLEANING n DRIVEWAYS DECKS ETC s %XTERNAL HOUSE CLEANING SPECIALIST s &REE QUOTES
LITTLE CHERUB BABYSITTING Exp. & qualified. Refs. Day/evening. Reas. rates .......0431 273923
0404 766 399
CHIROPRACTIC BYRON BAY CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE Bruce, Bianca. 1/12 Tasman Way, Byron A&I Est..66858159 DISCOVER CHIROPRACTIC BYRON BAY Margaret Tay ...................................................66808400 MICHAEL SCHWAGER & SHAUN CASHMAN Chiropractors 108 Stuart St, Mullum ........66841962
WAVE OF LIFE NETWORK CHIRO (lowforce) 8/9 Fletcher St, Byron Bay. Andrew Badman .66858553
CLEANING ABOVE & BEYOND CLEANING Simply the best. Free quotes, great rates....................0413 190266 ALEXANDRAâ€™S HOUSE CLEANING Quality & efficient ................................................0416 165220
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(02) 66 191 777 email@example.com www.mullummac.com
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BAY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Peter Wuehr 17 Bangalow Rd Byron Bay .............................66855282
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC Massage, chiropractic & fitness. 110 Dalley St........................66841028
Corner of Gordon & Burringbar Streets Mullumbimby
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AMORE CARPET CLEANING & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING .................66807721 or 0429 726999
BYRON BAY 5 STAR CLEANING 20 years experience, ABN, insured.....0423 838136 or 66854662 ADAM THE COMPUTER GUY www.neonblade.com.........................................................66804286
CLEANING â€“ ALL TYPES Commercial, home, yard, pressure cleaning.........................0423 550110 DAVID LAWSON COMPUTER SERVICES All services & repairs for PCs ............................66843955 CONCRETING o4UFWF#BLFS-JD$.....................................................................0412 272564
Apple & PC technicians
CLEANING & HOUSEHOLD SERVICES Efficient, reliable, reas rates ...........................0423 604547 DIâ€™S CLEANING SERVICE Quality, efficient & professional. 7 days. Local.....................0414 408723 computer centre
HOUSE CLEANING Reliable & efficient. 8 yrs exp. References provided..66804152 or 0400 379182 STEAM CLEAN Incl. floors, walls, ceilings. No chemicals just H2O.................................0425 707687 WINDOW CLEANING Call or text Boyd.........................................................................0406 053096
the only computer shop in the heart of byron bay
Computer sales Service and repairs Laptops & desktops New & secondhand House calls
Data recovery Internet & wireless Bags & accessories Ink & toner cartridges Printing & scanning
UPSTAIRS, 3 MARVEL ST. 66 809 166
JOHN FLANAGAN -JD$ ..........................................................................................66841424
COUNSELLING SANDRA KIMBALL www.byrontherapy.com. Couples & individuals ...........................0458 175962
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GARDENS RENOVATED Weeding, clear ups, mowing, trimming etc. Reasonable rates. Tim......0405 529275 GREEN EARTH Garden restoration, maintenance, tree & rubbish removal. 66884549 or 0405 716552
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GUTTERS CLEANED All areas, free quotes, fully insured .......................0405 922839 or 66850125
Andrew Curtis s Lic No 79065C s Ph 0427 402 399
MULLUM-MOWING@mullumonline.net. Ride-on .............................................Peter 0423 756394
Solar power specialist
MYOCUM MOWING Trees & rubbish removal.................................Neil 66844080 or 0410 666871
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PATIOS & EXTENSIONS Expansive Awnings Stunning Decks Complete Renovations
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Local, reliable, friendly electrician. Extensive experience. No obligation, free quotes. Call Wayne 0414 821 137 or 6684 5521
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Landscape Desire design â€“ install â€“ maintain Horticulture & landscape trained. Women specialising in working for you in establishing your garden. Also planting, mowing, brush cutting, pruning and light chainsaw work. 6688 4065 â€“ Lisa 0424 176 963 â€“ Kate 0424 176 967
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DESIGN & DRAFTING ACCENT COLOR PLAN COPYING / PRINTING .................................................................66856236
BAREFOOT BUILDING DESIGN New Homes & additions ..........................Bob Acton 0407 787993
BYRON ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN & DRAFTING ............................0423 531448 or 66857713 DAVID ROBINSON DRAFTING Renovation, design & plans.................0419 880048 or 66858114
YARD MAINTENANCE, lawns, rubbish removal, gardening .........Mark 66843426 or 0437 343348
SMALL JOBS URGENT JOBS
SHORES DENTAL Brian Donnellan & Richard Conn. Rajah Rd, Ocean Shores ....................66803477
SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES Edible & native gardens ..... www.foodandforest.com 0404 645709
BRUNSWICK HOLISTIC DENTAL CENTRE ......................................................................66851264
SPECIALIST WEED CONTROL CONTRACTORS / CONSULTANTS .............................0418 110714
BANGALOW DENTAL HEALTH In the Medical Centre Complex, Bangalow ......................66872766
NORTHERN RIVER MOWING Acerage specialist. Small/large jobs. Sen/pen rates .....0428 544190
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s Country Energy contractor s Overhead power supply s Underground power s Metering / Off Peak s LED lighting sales Lic NSW & installations 88593C
0406 397 487
MICHAEL SPITERI ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING SERVICE .....................................0417 713033
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WWW.BUILTPRACTICE.COM Sustainable modern design. Chris Knapp, M.Arch........0405 914569
BEDNARZ, H & W, FENCING Specialise in pool, colourbond & timber fencing ...........0417 491136 BENâ€™S FENCING Reliable, prompt, quality. 7 day service .............................................0409 983565 BYRON & BEYOND FENCING Any fence, any time, prompt quotes .....66804766 or 0416 424256
FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING THE CHEAPEST licensed floor sanding & polishing in town. Lic 90972C ......................0433 800333
Floor Sanding & Polishing New & old ďŹ‚oors â€“ stairs For a free quote & quality guaranteed
CARPARK & DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE CONCRETE EDGING
0418 156 909 Call Steven Butturini
ELECTRICIANS ALF BURLEY 24 hour call out. Very reasonable rates. Lic 217948C ...............................0428 299754 ALL ELECTRICAL WORK Small jobs including safty switches etc. Lic EC31722 .... Syd 0400 629577 SERVICING BYRON A&I & SUNRISE Lic 145002C ............................................... Jim 0403 747615 COUGHRAN ELECTRICAL 24 hourt service, Lic 154293C........................0439 624945 or 66804173 CURTIS ELECTRICAL 24 hour service â€“ all Byron Shire. Lic 79065C.............................0427 402399
call Chris Mundey 0422 982 008 Lic 181445C www.cmtimberďŹ‚ooring.com.au
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DAVID FROGGATT Domestic electrician. Lic 290498C ..................................................0402 470546 A B FAB Mowing, gardening, acreage & small block .....................................................0421 185520 ENERJAI ELECTRICAL Reliable electricians. Lic 216672C ............................................0406 397487 A TO Z GARDEN SERVICE Lawns, hedges, trees, ride on, reliable. Byron Shire..............0405 625697 PRESTIGE ELECTRICAL Lic 233468C ...........................................................................0422 719708 A GREEN EARTH Garden restoration, maintenance, tree & rubbish removal .66884549 or 0405 716552 RONNIE SPINKS Everything electrical Lic 27673 .........................................................0429 802355 A.C.E. LAWN MOWING Cheap, reliable, guaranteed ....................Sam 0438 655763 or 66854237
FARM PICK UP PRICES CT-2 Couch â€“ A Grade $3.30 /m2 â€“ B Grade $2.60 /m2 Soft Leaf Buffalo $6.40 /m2
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Trading hours: 7am-4pm Monday to Friday
6684 7380 Garden & Property Maintenance ALSO OFFERING ACREAGE MOWING Call Sam for a free quote V Mowing / Ride-on V Brush cutting V Landscaping V Rubbish removal V Pressure cleaning Sam Plummer Fully insured V Gutter clearing
0422 141 798 or 6687 2296 GARDEN DESIGN
SMALL â€“ URGENT â€“ EMERGENCY JOBS ONLY.........................................................0427 402399 A1 MOWING Your lawn, garden & green waste service. 15 years experience ...............0431 700195 GARDEN DESIGN, FENG SHUI www.simplybeautifulspaces.com.au ..Lyn 0428 884329 or 66857756 STOKES BAY ELECTRICAL Mal MacKenzie. Lic 98590C ...............................................0416 025843 ABSOLUTE GARDEN WASTE REMOVAL Prompt & reliable. Large trailer. Free quotes ...66804704 PERMACULTURE DESIGN Food gardens & sustainable energy systems .....................0435 992287
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Service Directory GAS FITTERS, SUPPLIERS & SERVICING Free Delivery
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6680 1575 or 0408 760 609 GLAZIERS OCEAN SHORES GLASS AND SCREENS Glass splashbacks Lic No 61205C .........................66803333
GRAPHIC DESIGN CREATIVE & PROFESSIONAL PRINT & WEB DESIGN mangotreemedia.com.au .....0422 051239
LANDSCAPING & EXCAVATION ADAMEARTHSCAPE Retaining walls. Paving. Concrete paths ................0411 726604 or 66805446 A NORTHERN RIVERS TRENCHING 65HP chain trencher and mini excavator..............0402 716857
BRUNSWICK VALLEY DIGGER MAN Excavator & tipper hire ............................ Matt 0427 172684 GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS All aspects of landscaping & design. Lic 212479C..0415 755337
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CAPE BYRON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE all areas Tom Scott ...........66843088 or 0418 600576 HANDYMAN with 25 years carpentry experience ..............................................................66840227 MULLUM HANDYMAN Maintenance, repairs, painting, renovations, gardening ........0424 954388 NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL Repairs, maintenance, painting, paving ..............David 0423 550110
HEALTH t05)&3)&"-5)3&-"5&%4&$5*0/4*/5)*44&37*$&%*3&$503:: Chiropractic, Counselling, Dentists, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry ACUPUNCTURE & COSMETIC MEDICINE Dr Adam Osborne...........................................66857366 ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE M Collis .................................................66842559 ACUPUNCTURE www.marlenefarry.com Facial rejuvenation, general practice ..............66842400 AROMATHERAPY/ REFLEXOLOGY/ SKIN CARE Therese Moffatt RN.........................0418 465487
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A TO Z HANDYMAN SERVICES Jack of All ....................................Andre 66847553 or 0439 495247
FEDERAL FIX ITS .......................................................................... Terry 0401 493721 or 66884325
Lighting for home or business Onsite design | consultancy service Energy efďŹ cient lighting available
All aspects of small earthmoving.
ALL-WAYS HANDY Carpentry, renos, 25 years experience Lic 211584C ..........Chester 0416 043297
Unit 5, 21-23 Tasman Way, Byron Bay Arts & Ind. Est. (02) 6680 7007 www.creativelightingsolutions.com.au
GUTTER GUARD SPECIALISTS Free quotes. All areas .................................................0405 922839
ABSOLUTE HANDYMAN Repairs, renovation, maintenance........................................0402 281638
Architectural & Landscape Lighting Specialists Free onsite consultancy service
BRENDON POWELL Bobcat, excavator, tipper & auger. All jobs...................................0404 988222
A1 HANDYMAN All types of building work. Lic 90972C................................................0433 800333
Over 20 yrs experience - friendly reliable service Ring Dean on 0417 856 212
MINI EXCAVATOR & BOBCAT HIRE Ian Mathison 0428 842 285 AH 6684 2285 Servicing the Byron Shire and beyond
TINY EARTHWOR Philip Toovey 0409 799 909 ph/fax 02 6684 3208
Monday-Friday until 5pm | Sat until 1pm 80 Centennial Circuit, Byron Arts & Industry Estate t 02 6685 5744 | e firstname.lastname@example.org
MOTORING CAR BODIES REMOVED FREE $$$s PAID .................................................. 66845296 or 66845403 MECHANICAL REPAIRS, WARREN SIMMONS Byron Bay .................................................66858500
BAYSIDE RADIATORS, WINDSCREENS AND AIR CONDITIONING !LL INSURANCE WORK Serving Byron Shire
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various implements available for limited access projects
AYURVEDA Consultations, massage, treatments ................................................... Jacinta 66849422 BONES FOR LIFE â€™OSTEOPOROSIS PREVENTIONâ€™ Jenny Groves.......................................66842738
7INDSCREENS BODYGLASS l TTED BY QUALIl ED AUTO GLASS l TTERS !LL INSURANCE JOBS #ALL US FOR REPAIRS
CRANIOSACRAL BALANCING Najma Ahern. Practitioner, tutor and trainer ....................66846444 FELDENKRAIS Jenny Groves ..............................................................................................66842738
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KINESIOLOGY & REMEDIAL MASSAGE Paritosho Rowe .................................................66802475
1176 Myocum Rd, Mullumbimby (just past golf course)
LIVE BLOOD SCREENING Naturopath. Phillippa Church ..................................................66841401
HERBAL MEDICINE Iridology, bach flowers. Lynette Tyrrell..................66858666 or 0432 533686
MULLUMBIMBY HERBALS Naturopathy, massage. 79 Stuart St .....................................66843002 MULLUMBIMBY MASSAGE & CHIROPRACTIC 110 Dalley St ........................................66841028 MULLUMBIMBY MEDICAL CENTRE 60 Stuart St ............................................................66841511 MULLUMBIMBY PSYCHOLOGY www.mullumbimbypsychology.com.au .......................66844748 PSYCHOLOGIST â€“ DAWN COHEN Bangalow ..............................................................0403 953221
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HIRE BYRON HIRE Building & home handyman equipment hire ....... www.byronhire.com.au 66856228 BYRON WEDDING & PARTY HIRE ..........www.byronbayweddingandpartyhire.com.au 66855483 MULLUM HIRE Builders, party and much more .......................www.mullumhire.com.au 66843003
INTERIOR DESIGN CLASSIC FENG SHUI... adding value to every part of your life ....................................0413 190266 KATE PLATT Interior Designs, www.kateplatt.com................................0411 888416 or 66807606
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