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Flood plans for North Ocean Shores in doubt Michael McDonald Flood mitigation plans for the north of the Shire have been thrown into doubt with recent news of a planned $240 million tourist resort at Wooyung in Tweed Shire. According to Mayor Jan Barham, Tweed Council had not alerted Byron Shire to the fact the resort might go ahead while Tweed was complaining to the local government minister about possible effects on cane land of the Kallaroo Circuit Bund at North Ocean Shores. Mayor Barham said that since the disaster-declared floods affecting the northern part of the Shire in June/July 2005 and January 2006, Council has been working with state government authorities to identify the best solution to protect properties and the environment. ‘In May this year, Tweed Shire Council threatened to sue Byron Shire Council over the flooding, blaming the Bund at Kallaroo Circuit in South Golden Beach for increasing flood impacts on cane lands in Tweed Shire,’

Cr Barham said in a press release. ‘Both Councils have asked the Minister for Local Government to see if the dispute can be resolved without litigation. ‘Byron Shire Council was very concerned that Tweed’s approach risked wasting ratepayers’ funds that could be better spent on solutions.

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ronment and Conservation have been working with Byron Shire Council to identify and seek agreement on alterations to the Bund that will protect property and the environment. Additional flood information has been collected, modelled and analysed. The results have pointed towards modifications to the Bund that everyone, including Tweed Shire Council, agrees could be better than those that the councils came up with in 1996. ‘The value of all this work is now in doubt, because of what is potentially a major impact on flooding in the catchment – approved by Tweed Shire Council,’ said Cr Barham. ‘This raises serious concern for Byron Shire Council regarding possible damages arising from flooding that may affect our assets or residents caused by the Wooyung development.

‘Tweed Shire Council had not informed Byron Shire Council that it had approved a major development at Wooyung in 1988 that did not adequately address flooding impacts in the catchment, and did not tell this Council that the matter was before the Land and Environment Court seeking a determination that the development consent had not lapsed. While complaining to the Minister, Tweed Shire Council knew this development might be resurrected by the Land and Environment Urgent assessment ‘Tweed Shire Council Court, and this is exactly needs to do its own flood what has happened.’ The NSW Departments of assessment urgently, before Natural Resources and Envi- this development gets off the ground.’ Byron Shire Council will consider a confidential report on the matter at its meeting on Tuesday this week. Queensland developer the Samtay Group is seeking partners for the development at its 80ha site off Wooyung Road, which it bought last year for $5.5 million at a mortgagee auction through its 50% interest in JMS Capital Pty Ltd. Samtay chief, Gold Coast businessman Cameron Davis, said, ‘We are very keen to see The Bangalow A&I Hall was packed last Thursday for the annual Wooyung reach its true ‘Wrapped in Bangalow’ fashion parade, which this year raised

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Cancer awareness in pink blitz

Three positive role models Barb Pinter, Judy Sunshine and Francis Lamont told of each of their journeys through breast cancer and back to health. These courageous women spoke to the crowd (men and women) who’d come to help plant a ‘Mini Field of Women’ in Railway Park on Monday. The Byron gathering was one of 140 around the country which used small sponsored pink silhouettes of women to focus attention on early detection of breast cancer and raise money for the My Journey kits available to people in their first year of the disease. The Railway Park event was organised by the Byron Bay Breast Cancer Support Group which meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Senior Citizens Hall in Marvel Street, from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. MC Mandy Nolan brought two of the Shire’s most high profile breasts, violinist Cleis Pearce brought a hauntingly beautiful tone to the rally. Photo Jeff ‘Feeled Of Women’ Dawson

Climate change momentum building

Al Gore’s global warming movie An Inconvenient Truth hits town on Thursday November 2. North Coast Climate Action Group (NCCAG) and the Rainforest Information Centre have purchased tickets for both the 6.30pm and 8.30pm sessions as a fundraiser. Tickets are $15 and $12 concession and can be purchased now from Santos stores at both Mullum and Byron. The film will be screened at Byron Cinemas. ‘Join us for the premiere screening and let’s talk about solutions,’ said NCCAG convenor Gayle Russell. ‘We have some information sheets to guide you on how you can continued on page 2 individually or collectively

start to make a difference on global warming.’ Another event for the calendar is the national ‘Walk Against Warming’ on Saturday November 4 in all the capital cities and some regional areas. Brisbane’s walk will start at 2pm from Queens Park for those who can get there. More details from Georgia 07 5534 8194. NCCAG has decided to organise a gathering on the Saturday November 4 at 9.30am at the Peace Pole, beside the Surf Club, Main Beach. Further info from info@nccag.org or Gayle on 6684 1119. And with Australia now experiencing its most severe

drought on record, Southern Cross University has stepped up its research in the area of climate change. The Centre for Assessing the Effects of Climate Change on Coastal Communities was set up last year to provide scientific information and advice on the potential effects of regional climate change on local communities and industries and to seek sustainable solutions. Centre director Associate Professor Graham Jones said while there was a good understanding of global climate change, it was not known what impact this would have on regional and coastal communities around continued on page 4

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Further talks planned on brothel Managers of the Byron Entertainment Centre have arranged a public meeting to discuss the impact of the recently approved brothel in the Byron Arts & Industry estate. ‘We are not debating the morality of the brothel,’ said centre manager Rick Hultgren. ‘The issue is, now that the brothel has been approved, federal, state and council law requires DA and activity restrictions for youth for a large part of the new side of the Estate.Thus the atmosphere of the Estate will change.’ Rick and Gayle Hultgren are concerned their business will be affected by the brothel. The Byron Entertainment Centre has a back yard that is directly across the street to the proposed site, and the the owners claim that children will be in a direct line of sight.

Gayle and Rick Hultgren of the Byron Entertainment Centre.

According to Gayle, ‘State law defines it as illegal to have a brothel in view of an area where children are likely to gather or pass by. It is our belief that Council acted outside of the law in approving the development application for a brothel in Wollongbar Street. Council failed to

check if there was any additional information available when the brothel DA came under review six months after the initial application.’ The Byron Entertainment Centre opened May this year, and has approval seven days a week as a recreational facility and Place of Public

Assembly during evenings and weekends. Inside the Centre, Circus Arts Australia runs classes including trapeze, circus, dance, tai chi and Latin fitness classes. The Hultgrens claim hundreds of children are involved. Other events include an alcohol and drug free Earth Dance Party (90% youth), and social dancing every Thursday, among other activities. A swing band is booked for November 12 and there’ will be a circus festival next year. The Hultgrens will be holding discussions on options and strategies concerning the new brothel at the Byron Entertainment Centre, 17 Centennial Circuit., at 10am on Saturday October 28. For more information, contact info@byron entertainmentcentre.com. au.

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Four young men are dead and one male left injured, following a car crash on the weekend at Broken Head. About 12.30am on Sunday morning, police from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command responded to reports of a single car crash on The Coast Road. Police attended to find four men dead at the scene. The 17 year old male driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to Lismore Base Hospital for treatment. The deceased are Corey New, Bryce Wells, Paul Mor-

potential within the framework of the approvals that were in place when we purchased the site last year.’ The Samtay Group is currently developing a $120 million project on the banks of the river at Ballina; a $150 million residential subdivision at Terranora, where the company hopes to construct about 500 homes together with a 4,000 square metre town centre; the $42 million luxury high rise apartment project Milan at Main Beach, Gold Coast; and a $32 million townhouse development at Loganlea. The Wooyung Action Group (WAG) opposed to the development which butts on to the Billininudgel Nature Reserve has reiter-

ated its concerns about the bulldozing of native vegetation and the possible impact of disturbed acid sulphate soils. WAG spokesperson Ms Chris Cherry said, ‘If JMS Capital were interested in creating an “eco-resort� on this site they would also be looking to provide a current environmental impact study. There has never been an EIS done for this development so how would they know if it was eco-friendly? ‘The local community opposes this development, with Tweed Shire Council receiving more than 36 submissions from residents, local business and community groups during the short two week public consultation period.’

ris and Mitchell Eveleigh, all from Goonellabah. It is believed the five youths were travelling south along The Coast Road, in a Holden Commodore, when the vehicle left the road and hit several trees in a nearby embankment. Police are preparing a report for the information of the coroner. Investigations are continuing. Anyone who witnessed the incident or who has information is urged to contact Byron Bay Police on 6685 9499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Local News Council staffers get frocked for cancer fundraising Lou Beaumont A mass of pink in all hues collected in the foyer of the Byron Shire Council chambers. The women of Council are in a flurry of pink everything – feather boas, tiaras, summer dresses and of course pink hair dye – as they take direction from Echo photographer Jeff Dawson (not in pink). Naturally, the hottest pink attire was worn by our mayor, Jan Barham. Council staff member, Noreen Scott, came up with the idea of what she called Frock Up Friday to raise funds and awareness for women’s cancer. Noreen said, ‘My colleague Julie Davies hosted a Girls Night In, a Cancer Council initiative which raises funds for women’s cancer. It was a big success but some of us were unable to make it so we wanted to add to their fundraising effort.’ Between the ‘Girls Night In’ and the staff collection from frocking up, the women of Council have raised an about $1,300 for the Cancer Council. Last year was the national launch of Girls Night In and Australian women raised over $975,000 through around 3,000 Girls

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Council and my own mother, who have survived various forms of women’s cancer. ‘Last year we made it into the top ten of regional fundraisers after hosting a Girls Night In. ‘This year we have raised $400 more and hope to make it into the top five!’ Jan Barham said, ‘Participating in this pink frock day

is fairly typical of our staff. It’s another effort in their ongoing commitment to raise funds for charities. ‘In the past, they have collectively raised money for the Leukemia Foundation and the Cancer Council during Daffodil Day, to name a just two, and they hold regular raffle days as fundraisers too.’

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themes of bullying, sexual assault, sexual harassment, drugs and alcohol, body image, eating disorders and self respect. The concept originated from Byron High student Caileigh Toupin who became involved at the Byron YAC to help organise the Girls Night In which was held in August. ‘We, teenagers, don’t have enough opportunities to

express our points of view,’ she said. ‘I love acting and I feel there is a gap for young people who have been through the Bright Lights program and want to move onto something more advanced.’ Byron YAC coordinator Belle Arnold said, ‘When Caileigh came to the group with the idea I offered her every encouragement and support. I thought this

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Film recalls the island fettlers The money must have been good, for they dropped everything and came. In the late 1960s Torres Strait Islander men made the epic journey to the Pilbara in Western Australia to build railways, funded by the mining companies, between remote mines in the desert and ports on the coast. Island Fettlers is the first independent documentary film by indigenous film maker Kelrick Martin, who stopped in at the Byron Cinemas last Thursday as part of his national promotional tour. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;They were displaced by the pearl diving industry that collapsed, so they came to work on the railways,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kelrick told The Echo. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Although there were many nationalities working on the lines, they [the Torres Strait Islanders] were renowned for their strong work ethic.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Filmmaker Kelrick Martin and Erica Glynn, who is Project Manager for the indigenous section of the Australian Film Commission.

According to Kelrick, the men held the world record for laying tracks, surpassing the American Santa Fe record. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;They laid 400kms in six months, and the record was 11km in one day!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; says Kelrick.

The film centres around Tom Saylor, who was one of the first wave of Island fettlers. Both he and his youngest son waited over 25 years to embark on a cultural pilgrimage back to the islands

to reconnect, and ultimately realise what it means to be from the Torres Strait. Kelrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s influences are not necessarily other producers, though he does acknowledge Australians Tom Zubryski and Ivan Sen. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I am more influenced by story telling,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he says. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I came from radio, moved into TV and now film. I am influenced by the subjects and people that surround them.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Being from Broome, I had always had a vague knowledge of the contribution Torres Strait Islanders had made to the Pilbara. Once I researched it further, I learnt about this wonderful story and was very keen to tell it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Island Fettlers is now playing at Byron Cinemas as part of the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival.

Artists to raise funds for NYE entertainment With Council keeping funds to a minimum and the Chamber of Commerce yet to offer financial support, local musicians and artists are offering their talents to raise funds for community entertainment on New Years Eve in Byron Bay. Singer Lisa Hunt will head-

line an event called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;A Class Actâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; at the Byron Environment Centre on Friday December 9. The night will be hosted by Byron Shire Mayor Jan Barham and include art, a fashion parade, and theatre as well as music. Other perform-

ers include Tone Broker, Byron Street Tango and Space Cowboy. Fashion designer Diane Roberts is the driving force behind the project. Earlier this year she held a parade night involving a number of local designers of clothing,

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Coffee planters help to repair creek Story and photo Lou Beaumont The headwaters of Skinners Creek at Newrybar, once a mass of lantana, privet, coral trees and other water clogging weeds, is now as vital and thriving as nature originally intended. The work is a result of an Envirofund project, where any in kind or monetary contribution on the part of the project initiator is matched by the federal government. The area surrounding Skinners Creek, on the boundary of Zentvelds coffee plantation, has taken approximately $23,000 and countless hours to rehabilitate. With encouragement and support from Ballina Council and Richmond Landcare, the Zentvelds set about applying for and gaining funding for the project. June and John Zentveld, owners of the plantation, their family, their staff, and EnviTE (Environmental Training and Employment) volunteers, have all been busy. Their hard work has finally come to fruition. After their proposal was accepted by Envirofund, a plan was drawn up â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a guideline for the vast project ahead â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and weeding commenced. This was just over a year ago, and already the majority of the creek has

Envirofund is a federally funded initiative which asks for applications twice a year. Next round of applications will be called for around February 2007. To learn more about how it works or to download an application visit www.nht. gov.au/envirofund. Groups or individuals are equally welcome to apply. If you would like to ask advice about a possible local project you can contact Johanna June Zentveld, one of the proponents of revegetation. Kempff of Richmond Landbeen transformed with newly ever, John and I wanted very care Services on 6627 0120 planted Lomandras, to steady much to leave them as a or johanna.kempff@cma. the weed-free banks, and legacy for our children and nsw.gov.au. native trees and shrubs. the environment. June Zentveld said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;It is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Our original motivation for certainly on ongoing com- this whole project was to try mitment at this stage. There and balance our monoculture is still plenty of weed control plantation. By planting river to keep us busy and it will be plants and shrubs along the a good two or three years creek, and taller timbers as before the revived area will well, we have effectively begin to look after itself.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; increased the plant diversity In addition to the restora- on our land. The coffee plants tion of the creek zones, the themselves suit some wildlife, Zentvelds have planted 1,200 but not all, so we planted to cabinet timbers on their land support all kinds of birds and â&#x20AC;&#x201C; seven and a half acres of other wildlife. The results are hardwood trees such as Red visible and immediate as we Cedars and Blue Quandongs have so many different birds â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that thrived in the northern visiting us now. rivers before the forests were â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t spray our coffee pillaged. plants, and we feel our plantaJune said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I personally tion can be a real sanctuary wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be able to enjoy these for animals as there is a range trees as mature as that will of habitats growing here now take about 40 years, how- and it is all free of chemicals.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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Mr Standfast defies the omens Vol 21 #20

October 24, 2006

Speed still kills â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Iceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, the latest drug to alarm authorities, is nothing new â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;speedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in a dangerously concentrated form and should not be regarded as a casual party drug. Lots of young Australians are finding that out to their detriment. Ice or crystal meth is a form of methamphetamine, which was first synthesised in 1919. Its cousin, amphetamine, was fed to troops by the US, German and Japanese military in various major wars. It is still in use by American fighter pilots. In the benevolent way of many major drug companies, the World War II stock of speed was dumped on the open market in various â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;medicinalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; forms. The first speed epidemic occurred in Japan in 1954 with an estimated two million users. The problem manifested in the US in the 1960s when speed became popular among musicians and the Beats and thence the early Hippies. It is about then the slogan â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Speed Killsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; became widespread. Ice is different from speed and base in that it is about 80% pure, compared to usual 10%-20% purity of other methamphetamines in Australia. Its purity is part of the danger for new users. You can assume the other 20% of the dose is cut by glucose or some dangerous shit. According to the National Drug and Alcohol Centre (NDARC http://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/), some of the unpleasant side-effects of ice that users report include palpitations and chest pains, feeling agitated, anxious or irritable. Other common problems, particularly with heavy use, are relationship and financial problems, sleep disturbances, dental problems, depression and anxiety, withdrawal symptoms and psychosis. The psychosis problem is so great â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and a particular danger to police and health workers as well â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that the NSW government is setting up five new psychiatric emergency care centres at Campbelltown, Hornsby, Blacktown, Wyong and Wollongong hospitals. It is a shame the north coast is not getting the same attention and that The Butteryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s well-regarded outreach services have just lost their funding. Premier Morris Iemma has also called for a national drug summit on the ice epidemic. In response Anex, the Association for Prevention and Harm Reduction Programs Australia (www.anex.org.au/)and organiser of the recent Australasian Amphetamine Conference, has called for a realistic and comprehensive bipartisan strategy for methamphetamines, not just a talkfest for coordination of policing and law enforcement. Anex cautioned against the politicising of the ice issue as it runs the risk of dumbing down the extremely complicated community and individual-people issues. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We are talking about families, individuals and our communities â&#x20AC;&#x201C; many of whom are reaching out for realistic services that are often severely under funded,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; says ANEX CEO John Ryan. According to Anex, researchers report that one in ten Australians has tried methamphetamines. Addiction is not immediate and doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t necessarily occur on the first use, however a 2005 estimate of the number of methamphetamine users in Australia states there are more than 102,600 regular users, of whom 72,700 are dependent users. You can be sure that residents of the north coast, the country capital of recreational drug use, are among them. It is no longer safe â&#x20AC;&#x201C; if it ever was â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to casually accept pills from strangers at parties. If you are inclined to do so, please donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t or at least check out the dangers online at http://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/ under â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;On Thin Ice: A Userâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;.

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n a world of constant flux, it is a comfort to find there is at least one thing that remains as solid as a rock: the mind of dear leader, John Winston Howard. While the winds of change storm all around him, the prime minister stands like Gibraltar, a tower of inertia. And even when he appears to waver, he doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really; it is, as he ponderously informs us, merely an illusion. His truth, once arrived at, is eternal. For example, just last week Howard appeared, for the first time, to acknowledge the now universal scepticism about continuing to push at doors marked pull in Iraq. Asked, yet again, when he would declare the job done and start bringing Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s token troop commitment home, he was anything but his usual gung-ho self. Instead of bombast about leaving a haven of peace, freedom and democracy, he set the bar no higher than â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;relatively secure, with a reasonable chance of democracy, if thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what the bulk of the people wantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Unsurprisingly the commentators pounced: the deputy sheriff was finally reading the mood in Washington, where the push for change, at least of tactics, more likely of strategy and perhaps even of the Bush doctrine as a whole, is now gaining irresistible momentum. But no; Howard explained huffily that he was being taken out of context, that his remarks indicated no doubts and no revisions. His mind was still set in concrete; and in case anyone had any doubts, he was still totally convinced that his decision to join the invasion in the first place was the right one too, so boo sucks. In the

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changed, his basic argument has. These days we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hear so much about the great plan to liberate the Middle East, let alone the weapons of mass destruction; it has become more personal. To cut and run, Howard claims, would be to hand Al Qaeda and the forces of terrorism a huge propaganda win and a for midable recr uiting weapon. The United States and its allies simply cannot afford to undergo that sort of humiliation. Well, obviously they would prefer to avoid it; but the

What they have now is so close to civil war that the departure of the occupying forces would make very little difference to large parts of the country. by Mungo MacCallum Blair is marginally more honest: the phrase there is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;progressive withdrawalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Less reverent suggestions include â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Snip and hobbleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;(for cut and run) and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;dawdle at speedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. No less an architect of defeat than Henry Kissinger is credited with â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;elegant bug outâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. The most cynical of all is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Declare victory and go homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Given that Bush has already declared victory more than once, this may have an appeal. Obviously there is still considerable confusion about what the outcome will be, but there is absolutely no doubt that the ground has shifted; which is no doubt why Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s blustering response to the sustained opposition attack in parliament last week sounded hollower than usual. But if his mind has not

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problem is that the invasion, and the continuing occupation have already given Osama bin Laden a propaganda and recruiting tool beyond his wildest imagination. Certainly if â&#x20AC;&#x201C; when â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the foreign troops pull out it is indeed likely that things will get worse in the short term. But theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have to leave sooner or later, and there is no doubt that the longer they stay, the worse things get anyway. Alexander Downer may rabbit on about how the invasion has given Iraqis the right to vote, free vaccinations and more mobile telephones, but all the indications are that they would gladly swap the lot for a bit more safety on the streets, not to mention electricity and running water. What they have now is so close to civil war that the departure

of the occupying forces would make very little difference to large parts of the country. And in any case, what Bush and Howard are worried about is not really the fate of the Iraqis; as was made dismally clear in parliament past week, it is much more about loss of face. Indeed, such was Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s self absorption that he placed Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s token presence in what remains of the coalition of the willing as its lynchpin, its very reason for being: if Australia pulled out, our Generalissimo opined, why should not America and Britain do likewise? If there was no good argument for keeping the handful of diggers on the ground, then obviously there was no point in the military might of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only superpower and its most powerful ally remaining either. Apart from the breath-taking hubris of this position, it rather overlooks the fact that this was never Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s war until Howard declared it to be, and he could undeclare it just as easily. By his logic, it would seem that the Australians will have to stay on even after everyone else leaves. From the noises coming from Washington and London lately, the opportunity to test this thesis may come rather sooner than Howard would like. It is said that a hard line politician once spent a long speech berating John Kenneth Gailbraith, the famous economist and diplomat, for alleged inconsistency: he had apparently repudiated a theory he had held some years earlier. Gailbraith replied coolly: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When circumstances alter, I change my mind. What do you do?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Over to you, Mr Howard.


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My late husband, a flight lieutenant, served six years in Bomber Command and took a convoy to Russia in 1942 and finished up in the Islands until peace was declared â&#x20AC;&#x201C; after doing his training at Evans Head Airport which was the first training school in Australia, and it also comes under the Heritage listing and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sad to see the Richmond Council slowly but surely wanting to take it over, very discreetly of course. Gwen Dick

Mullumbimby

Delusion Anyone who thinks that Ian Cohen is organised or powerful enough to affect the RTAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highway plans must be deluded. Alistair Bell

Byron Bay

The value of youth I am writing to respond to Terry Newlingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s letter in The Echo of October 17 concerning what he perceives as disrespectful youth. I walk through the skatepark at Mullumbimby most mornings and since first discovering its existence I have wondered why this facility was not provided with at least one rubbish bin. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s true the skatepark is a great resource for our youth and they obviously make great use of it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; evident by the large amount of litter surrounding it! Mr Newling points out, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Here might be a chance for the leaders in the group to instil in our young people a sense of responsibility for the environment, a respect for public property, and an opportunity to make use of their time in a constructive, community-minded manner.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unfair to blame our

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I have notified Council to eradicate groundsel bushes on their own community zoned land, and when nothing was done, I notified North Coast Weed Control who always reliably and efficiently eradicated the groundsel bushes and billed Council for their work. For those that donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know, groundsel bushes spread their seed in the wind, distributing approximately 900 seeds from each white flower in May each year. Yes, you always know when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re entering the Byron Shire from any direction; the abundance of weeds along Byron Council roads hide the guide posts. I wonder how neighbouring shires feel about our negligence of weeds ? We have a noxious weed register, but lantana, camphor laurels, crofton weed, groundsel and coral Jessie Sharp trees still dominate our local (teacher and youth landscape. Why ? advocate) Tina Petroff President Mullumbimby Ocean Shores Weed seeds Tidy Town Team Dunecare and Landcare Members and Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ini- Brothel puzzle tiative to educate the com- Jan Barham, I really do fail munity about weeds, identi- to see how one small four fication, their spread and room brothel could be the eradication methods through- beginning of Byron becomout Weedbuster Week last ing a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;sex tourism destinaweek and beyond is com- tionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. This was a comment I mendable. Dumping of back- would have expected from a yard green waste is a real more conservative council problem because your weeds member. Cass Emanuel will invade and multiply in Mullumbimby parklands, Nature Reserves and National Parks very quickly. Out of sight should One big rock Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got this one big rock not mean out of mind! According to Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s that we live on and when we rubbish collection flier, (humans) finally totally fuck greenwaste can be placed in it up, where are we going to your rubbish bin. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fan- go? Can we just migrate to another planet? No, we tastic too! However, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m curious to canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. Consuming parasites that know who educates Byron Shire Council about weed we are weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got to stop or control? Our Council in the the planet that sustains us past has planted inappropri- will no longer sustain us. This ate eucalypts in our parks in Ocean Shores, causing damage to houses that back on to these parks, as well as causing fire hazards which they still havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t addressed to this day. Many times over the years

  

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youth for the current appearance of the grounds, or even their leaders. I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the responsibility of the council to firstly provide waste management resources at youth facilities so that they at least have the opportunity to put their rubbish in the bin, surely this is a community responsibility and one which sets an example for our impressionable youth. In todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s society there seems to be a lot of misdirected anger at youth however, we need to stop and ask ourselves, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Do we underrate the value of youth in the community and do we fully provide egalitarian opportunities for them or are we too quick to judge?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Mr Newling, there are in fact many youth out there who make use of their time in a constructive manner!

 



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Deadly campaign The indefatigable Gareth Smith (Letters, October 17) has managed to beat the Big Press to the punch with his news on the new weapon supposedly used by the Israelis. Maybe he should have added to his information that the Imans and chieftains of how many â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sixty, seventy, eighty? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; millions in Arab countries are continuing their aggressive campaign of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Delenda Judeaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, destroy Israel, kill everyone. The campaign, by the way, is now extensively preached to cover â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;death to every Jew in every countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. I never realised that the survival of Islam depended on the continued overleaf

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destruction of all of the Jewish faith ! It is difficult to see how Israelis are going to soften their stance against the Palestinians in view of the continuous warfare being waged by them.Yesterday seven new tunnels from Gaza and Egypt were discovered, some quite deep into Israeli towns.The object ? Kill as many civilians as possible and collateral damage be damned! At least the new Israeli weapon is meant to restrict just that. Arab arms keep being filtered through to Palestinians rather than monetary help to develop an infrastructure that will relieve the very low standards of living. It would be gratifying if Gareth Smith would state both sides of the story, unless of course he agrees that Israel must be destroyed. George Franco

North Ocean Shores

Protect foreshore In response to the Department of Lands takeover of Brunswick Heads Crown Reserve caravan parks and foreshore parklands, a new group is being formed to help protect public parkland from inappropriate development. In May this year the Department of Lands (DOL) adopted Plans of Management for Ferry Reserve, before sacking Byron Council as crown reserve manager in July. DOLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plans change the existing legal boundary of the Ferry caravan park from Riverside Crescent to include 2000m2 of sensitive foreshore land. Council opposed this proposal in March 2005 and voted to support the community preferred option and retain Riverside Crescent as the legal and natural boundary of the caravan park. Open recreational space

along the Ferry riverbank will be transformed into 16 caravan sites by DOL. Boomgates will be erected to close Riverside Crescent and public access to the Ferry boat ramp will no longer be possible. DOL has offered the community no compensation for the loss of public land, roads and facilities. DOL is also reluctant to reinstate the legally required 3m buffer zone along The Terrace foreshore and permanent van sales are again booming. Rehabilitation of the riverbank is clearly not a high priority. Park Management will not remove inappropriate concrete slabs built within the Terrace buffer zone, or move illegal fencing off encroached road reserve land. Traffic and parking problems in The Terrace will continue through the summer holidays again this year. It also appears Park management will continue to permit â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;overflowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; camping on road reserve land, outside the Massey Greeneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s legal boundaries, again this Christmas. Illegal signage has not been removed. DOL will be taking a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;holisticâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; approach to foreshore access which suggests concrete pathways and an extravagant boardwalk along the riverbank are back on the agenda. Following the Crown Reserve Information day held earlier this month, and feedback from BHPAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Issues & Concerns document, community support for the protection of our crown reserve parklands has been overwhelming. The Brunswick Foreshore Protection group will focus on addressing community concerns and will continue to campaign and lobby DOL and Byron Council to ensure our public parklands are maintained and protected from inappropriate

development. Anyone interested in joining us can contact 6680 3163 or email mgrant@smartchat.net.au. Michele Grant

Convener Brunswick Foreshore Protection Group

Bypass the motors Why is Tony Narracott still asking for a bypass along Butler street when there has been one there for several weeks now? He just has to get on his bike and he can bypass the town by crossing the railway by the Rails Pub and then get onto the nice new bikeway with its new bridge that will take him as far as Ozigoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pollution free, that is apart from the horrible petrol driven motors that pass him. With global warming we must all walk more or get on our bikes, it will cut down on

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If you want to see a miracle, look into a mirror. And for the best mirror of all try looking at your enemy or those you oppose and criticise, for they reveal much about yourself. By firing off critical word missiles of blame you are effectively shooting your messenger to avoid looking within, and the world goes one more day without meaningful change.

poisonous exhaust fumes, it will keep us fit, it will also save us money in the cost of petrol and new roads. Those of you with bikes come and join the happy crew of all ages who are joining the World Wide Critical Mass who meet the last Friday of every month at 5.30pm and cycle around their town together. In Byron we meet at the peace pole, we wear silly hats on top of our bike helmets and we cycle around the town safely in a big group. We have been doing it for two months now and have had a great reception from onlookers, only a few car drivers seem to be impatient and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get the message, most of them wave at us and toot their horns. See you there Friday. Maggi Luke

Byron Bay

The broken grail I would like to clarify a point in last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cricket article by Brian Mollet regarding the breaking of the hand blown glass goblet which is

the Nick Shand memorial cricket trophy. It was reported that last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s winning skipper â&#x20AC;&#x201C; myself â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sheepishly presented the broken trophy to the players in the final, on the day of the final. This could be interpreted in a slightly misleading way, with the impression given that the trophy had met its fate while in my keeping. The facts are as follows. After last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s victory, custody of the trophy was passed, in turn, to the winning team members for about a month at a time. The last one of the members to take delivery of the trophy had an 18th birthday party a couple of months ago. As the story goes, this person woke up the day after the party to find the trophy broken. Unfortunately, this person kept that news to himself and chose the day before this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final to hand the trophy back to me and inform me that it had been broken, leaving me with no option but to present the trophy in its grotesquely transformed state of repair on the day of

the final (he had siliconed the broken shards of the glass goblet together, and claimed that â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;you could still drink from itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;). I contacted the maker Colin Heaney ASAP to see if the trophy could be repaired, but alas, to no avail â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a new one will have to be made. I am deeply regretful that this happened (as are all the players). I am sure no disrespect was intended towards Nick Shand, in memory of whom the trophy was made. I pulled my hair out all afternoon prior to the final upon discovering the facts. Thankfully, some people saw the lighter side of the story, culminating with this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s winners, The Geckos, courageously drinking from the cup after victory. Trent Morgan

Mullumbimby

Beware the tree A strange thing happened to me on Friday the 13th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; my car, parked in Gordon Street outside a friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house, was slammed by a falling jacaranda tree. If you saw the

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Letters photo in The Echo of October 17 youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll know it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just a branch, it was the whole two trunks of the tree breaking off at the base and falling on my car. Lucky I wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t in it. Lucky none of the kids was nearby and noone was walking past. The car is a write-off. I went to Council headquarters straight after it happened. I wrote the whole story down for them. Corporate bodies always like things in writing. Then I went to see them on Tuesday when the right guy was actually there. He was okay, but he says Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s insurers in Sydney will have nothing to do with trees. No claims regarding trees will be addressed. Apparently they are not negligent even though the nature strip trees throughout Mullumbimby are maintained (or not!) by council workers and subcontractors. So be forewarned, Byron

Shire residents, parking under trees is a risky business, even trees youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve known for years, trees that live right near you, trees that arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t your responsibility and that you could get fined for tampering with. If they fall there is no safety net. Noone is liable, noone is accountable, noone is responsible. Swallow your pain and distress, your innocence, the inconvenience and the big financial hardship. There is no redress. Helen Nailon

Mullumbimby

Play the issue That was a good letter. Guy Fisher, and I basically agree with you about the inappropriateness of overdevelopment in Main arm. But letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play the issue, not the developer. Is there a way that plans for Main Arm can be reduced without prolonged and expensive court action and a more appropriate level of

development allowed without creating a Main Arm super highway? And also, could you lot up there please slow down and put those environmental and socially cohesive ideas into practice when in your cars?

Michael arrived and within five minutes had captured the snake. All this for a donation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; what a fantastic service! Thank you so much to all the WIRES volunteers for doing such a great job.

Mac Nicolson

Mullumbimby

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Thanks WIRES Just wanted to use this space to say a huge thankyou to WIRES and in particular Peter and Michael. Last Saturday afternoon I was confronted by a freaked out brown snake in my bathroom! Realising that it was probably a brown snake and not a pretty green tree snake (and in total panic), I rang Peter for help. He very calmly explained to block the bottom of the bathroom door with a towel and that he would get hold of their Mullumbimby snake handler. Twenty minutes later

â&#x2013;  Letters received from Dave Sherlock, Goonengerry, Michela Brown, Alstonville, Ken Thurlow, NSW ECO Fishers, Henk Verhoeven, Beacon Hill, Paul Brecht, Mullumbimby, Peggy Balfour, Mullumbimby, Gayle Russell, Mullumbimby, Dan Bode, no address, Jacqueline Castellano, no address, Tracy Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe, no address, Mike Burless, Newrybar, Richard McLachlan, Byron Bay, Albert Moses, Mullumbimby, Louise Doran, Ocean Shores, Jennifer Davies, Ocean Shores, Edgar Oden, Rosebank, Peter Risoner, Ocean Shores.

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Byron Shire Echo October 24, 2006 13

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Articles Mandy Nolan bangs a drum for the annual Reclaim the Night rally

Women have a right to live free of violence

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iving without threat of violence is a basic human right. As women, we are born into a culture where the threat of sexual violence is always prevalent. One day a year women come together to celebrate solidarity and communicate the message that we have the right to live our lives, walk our streets and sleep in our beds free of violence. It’s called Reclaim the Night and once a year it allows an often hidden story to gain a voice. Some of you will be thinking, not more feminist twaddle. But contemplate for just one moment the fact that Australian research says one in four girls will be sexually assaulted by the time they are 18. (And one in seven boys). Sit in a group of women and ask the question: who here has been raped or experienced violence? As a young girl of 16 I was raped. My cousin was sexually abused by her uncle. My grandmother told me her story at the age of 82 about how as a teenager she was raped by the owner of the café where she worked. She had never told anyone. It was a secret she had carried almost her entire life. I’ve spoken to lots of women. My family story may sound dramatic, but it’s not. It’s entirely usual and typifies the landscape of sexual abuse that exists on our beaches, in our streets, and in our homes. It is important to assess and be reminded of our community attitudes that ‘normalise’ sexual assault and leave the victims feeling the shame that should be the attributed to the perpetrator. The media have carried many stories this year detailing rape and sexual assault: the pack behaviour of the Bulldogs, the tragic story of the eight year old who was raped and killed in a shopping centre toilet and the hideous and brutal alleged drugging and raping of Dianne Brimble. Even the sexual culture that young women experience in our own area should remind us of the enormity and timeliness of this issue. In a culture with these types of behaviours, women and particularly young women are always ‘at risk’. The first Reclaim the Night rally happened in Rome in 1976. It was a reaction of Italian women to reported rapes reaching astronomical levels. The women say very little action being taken by police, the government or churches and they were so angered they took it out of the shadows and made it a public issue. That first gathering saw 10,000 women take

Last year’s Reclaim the Night rally at the Jonson Street roundabout, Byron Bay. Photo Lou Beaumont

to the streets and speak out against violence. Later in the UK, during a time when the Yorkshire Ripper was at large, women were being warned to avoid walking alone or dressing provocatively. It would appear the onus not to get raped once again fell on the women. That Reclaim the Night proclaimed that women had the right to dress and walk as they please, able to expect full safety.

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azza Bird of the Women’s Resource Centre at the Mullumbimby Neighborhood Centre is involved in organising the Byron chapter of Reclaim the Night. She had just spoken with Sharon Brody from the Lismore Sexual Assault Service: ‘Sharon was talking about how we have been searching for solutions to change community attitudes and beliefs for many years. But all of those have focused on women protecting themselves. Now it’s time to take action and ask men to take responsibility.’ Some women I have spoken to about Reclaim the Night recoil in horror when I have suggested that they attend a rally and subsequent march.They cry, ‘But I’m not a feminist.’ Does one need to be of the hairy armpit persuasion to join the action? Kazza laughed: ‘Definitely not, one of the things about sexual violence is it affects every woman and every child because it’s about power. As for the men, we invite them to support us and clap and cheer from the sidelines, and in the bigger picture, we are asking men to take responsibility for men’s behaviour. ‘I guess what presents for some women is that they have to separate from or be separated from their male loved ones. And that seems to be difficult. I sometimes say, it’s the same as a peace rally, that’s what we are demanding, except Reclaim the Night

is about men’s behaviour – it can be that thing about pointing the finger – maybe that’s why some women will go to a peace rally and not Reclaim the Night, but in my view it’s the same demand. We want peace – it’s a basic human right to be free of violence.’ With unreported sexual assaults on the increase for young women in Byron Bay, Reclaim the Night has even more timely significance. ‘We have tried hard to involve young women,’ says Kazza, ‘They can’t independently come on their own, they have parents, so what we tried to do this year, we made contact with Navigate and YAC but it seems to me young women want to do things differently – they don’t necessarily want to line up with us, that’s fine if they want to do their own thing, but it needs to be just as public.’ Kazza credits the use of language around sexual assault with the ‘normalising’ of it as behaviour. ‘I actually reckon it started 20 years ago, we started talking about sexual assault and sexual abuse, it broadens out what we meant by rape and incest. Rape is a much harder word to hear.’

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here is a long culture of secrecy surrounding sexual assault. ‘Look, it’s massive,’ says Kazza, ‘because when we talk about rape and sexual assault we somehow line that up with the belief that the woman did something to bring it to her. That leaves the woman with guilt about what she did and didn’t do. My best example is an 86 year old woman asleep in her bed can still get raped.’ So what are the statistics? Out of all these assaults, how many end up as convictions? According to Sharon Brody: less than 10% of women who are assaulted report, 15% will seek the help of a support

agency, 5% of reported rapes make it to court and then only 2% of those cases end up with a conviction. The statistics tend to answer the question of why more women don’t report, but Kazza has a more challenging question: ‘Why do only half of reported rapes get to court?’ Having sufficient evidence to support a conviction is a major factor. Drink spiking is on the increase, particularly in tourist towns, and makes it difficult for the victim to present as a ‘credible witness’ in their own case. Often they will have little or no memory of the sexual assault that has occurred. This is one area Kazza says the police are targeting. ‘The Byron police have said this year, because drink spiking is on the increase, many victims can’t remember the details. It makes it much more difficult. There has been a whole campaign for 18 months – to reduce drink spiking in bars

and clubs in Byron. Part of the Byron sexual assault interagency plan are posters to go in toilets through Flush Media and the police are working with interagencies to make a video they will screen on the way into Byron with warnings for women.’ ‘One of the things I have been told is that there is possibly a gang of men who live in Byron who are aware of tourists coming and going and the likelihood is they will drink spike a woman on her last night in Byron. ‘It means she leaves town the next day, having been assaulted and not having access to any sort of support. That makes me feel sick, it’s like a conspiracy.’ All women, of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to come together and voice the message to our community that we won’t tolerate violence against women and children. If you are worried about bringing your sons, they are welcome. ‘If any of the women have a 15 year old son for example and want to bring them we have no hassle with that,’ says Kazza. Everyone will be meeting at the Peace Pole in Denning

Park on Friday at 5.30pm. Speakers commence at 6pm and the police-escorted march will head off at around 6.30pm. Wear red and white and bring something noisy: a whistle, a drum, something to bang. It’s a serious issue, but the coming together always has the atmosphere of joy and celebration – a precious reminder of the solidarity of sisterhood. Attitudes around sexual assault on women still shock me. I was having a conversation with a man who I considered to be well informed and compassionate. In response to the story I wrote on teenage girls in Byron being subject to statutory rape, he remarked, ‘Well, if they dress like that, what do they expect?’ Sharon Brody has the best response. ‘If there were a spate of bank robberies they wouldn’t be telling the banks it’s their problem, or suggest they dress differently, or don’t smile at the customers. They wouldn’t blame the bank. They’d try and catch the bank robber.’ Reclaim the Night. Be there. Show your support. Placards provided.

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14 October 24, 2006 Byron Shire Echo

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A sad anniversary David Lovejoy

Nicholas Shand, the founding editor of this newspaper, died ten years ago this week. We still miss his political acumen, his larger than life presence, his compassionate heart. Most of all we miss his sense of humour. Clearing out some old files this year Gavan Higginson, an old friend of Nicholasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, found this letter: The Presiding Magistrate Mullumbimby Court October 1995 Re: Gavan Higginson I am aware of the offence with which Gavan Higginson has been charged. Gavan Higginson has been known to me both personally and professionally for over 15 years. He has at various times during that decade and a half been sober, responsible and an asset to the community. But not very often. Usually he has been drunk or stoned or both, abusive to his wife (actually theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not even married) and particularly nasty to the children who have the misfortune to cross his path, especially his grandchildren. During a period of some four years he ran what some people were foolish enough to think was a high-class res-

taurant. He cleverly used this facade to poison as many members of the community as possible, most of whom unfortunately failed to survive long enough to tell their tale. When not poisoning them he got them drunk and overcharged them outrageously. I myself had to spend years paying off my account there, and have been left with an unfortunate speech impediment and a ruined figure as a result. Higginson was known to drive home drunk most nights, always flatly refused to give anyone a lift and attempted on numerous occasions to actually run over hitchhikers in the Main Arm Valley. He is also a known cheat on the golf course, where he hides opponentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; balls, pisses in their golf bags (a well known Afrikaaner kink) and alters his score card.

The most amazing thing about the charge currently levelled against him is that heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only being charged with seven plants. Ha! What a fantasy. That man has a whole house full of dope and his import contacts at Sanctuary Cove would be well worth checking into. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be lenient. Harden your heart and you will be doing the community a favour. Make him build Kohinur Hall on his own for nothing and after that he should do a few years of something really hard, like selling advertising for the local newspaper. All his dope should be confiscated and donated to the Get Fit and Learn to Speak Properly Committee (address is Coopers Lane but Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll come and collect it for a small fee). Then you can send him back to Sharpsville which he fled under very dubious circumstances in the 60s. Nicholas McLeish Shand Dictator Byron Shire Mind Control Publications

By the way, the real testimonial Nicholas sent to the court helped Gavan beat the charge. This spoof one was shown to the magistrate after the hearing and he fell off his chair laughing. Rest in peace, Nicholas.

Stop playing politics with trains: TOOT The TOOT campaign is calling on the NSW Premier Mr Iemma to announce that he will use the $75 million he claims to have and start readying the line for trains. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Instead of getting the trains running, the NSW government is playing politics. They havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t provided

all the relevant details to the federal government â&#x20AC;&#x201C; yet they are asking for $75 million,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said TOOT president Karin Kolbe â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;If the NSW government is serious about getting trains running then repair work should be under way immediately.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Price Waterhouse Coopers report clearly says that for around $30 million we could have a commuter service running. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;This is well below the $75 million the government claims to have ready â&#x20AC;&#x201C; so letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s get to work, Mr Iemma. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The people of this region want a commuter service, yet the government is only talking about the XPT. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The people of this region also want a link to Queensland, yet all the gov%XPERIENCINGBLOATING CONSTIPATION STOMACHUPSETS ernment managed was the SKINPROBLEMS LOWENERGY ALLERGIES HEADACHES announcement of a task@9ES4HENYOUCOULDBENElTWITHADETOXIlCATION force to look at linking just Tweed and Coolangatta. PROGRAM INCLUDINGCOLONHYDROTHERAPY And even that announcement (Mr Watkins, press !FREENATUROPATHICCONSULTATIONWITHEVERY release June 26, 2006) was COLONICTREATMENT simply words â&#x20AC;&#x201C; there has been no further detail on DURINGYOURCOLONICIRRIGATIONTREATMENT"ECAUSEEACHOFTHETHREE anything. COLONTHERAPISTSISALSOAQUALIlEDNATUROPATH YOUCANALSOTAKE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We totally reject NSW ADVANTAGEOFAFREENATUROPATHICCONSULTATIONDURINGTHECOLONIC governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s claims on the SESSION9OUMAYALSOCHOOSEOZONEPURIlCATION COFFEE HERBALOR condition on the line. PROBIOTICIMPLANTS â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Yes, some repair work is 3PECIAL/FFER&REE&AR)NFRA2ED3AUNA3ESSION needed, but to say that all WITHEVERY,IVE"LOOD!NALYSIS 169 bridges need total 0HONEFORAFREEINFORMATIONPACKORLOGONTO replacement is total nonWWWBALLINANATUROPATHICSCOMAU sense and misrepresentation. "ALLINA.ATUROPATHICS â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;All our research says that 2IVER3T"ALLINA

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Michele Grant Travelling between Brunswick Heads and Yelgun, engulfed by the Pacific Highway upgrade, is a challenging, ever-changing experience. It will soon be a whole lot easier. The first span in the new Brunswick River bridge is now expected to open in November and traffic will be diverted onto the smooth new local road, which is emerging alongside the towering concrete retaining walls. A new section of road between Shara Boulevarde and Billinudgel, including the first span of the Marshallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Creek bridge opened without fanfare last month. Access to Balemo Drive was reopened and Wilfred Street (near Humble Pies) has been closed. The new entrance into Billinudgel has shifted 200m south and is made possible via an underpass into Bonanza Drive. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a track beside the new road for bikes and pedestrians with improved access to old New Brighton Road. The sweeping pedestrian overpass at Balemo Drive is half completed. Piledrivers pound away at Marshallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Creek as bridge work continues. Over the past year, Abigroup road workers have transformed the landscape, blazing an 8.6km trail of controlled devastation through the northern villages of Byron Shire. The highway route is a distracting kaleidoscope of activity. Trucks and dozers have gouged hillsides, dredged up ancient dirt and filled the floodplain, cutting a swathe through backyards, forest and farmland for the new local road and a four lane divided highway. Traffic snakes slowly along the battered old Pacific Highway. Dodging potholes, weaving around barricades and witchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hats, becoming airborne over the bumps has added new thrills and excitement for regular commuters.

Car shockers and suspension may never recover from the chaotic conditions at Rajah Road and the Bruns turnoff. Travellers have witnessed amazing feats of engineering. Massive sheer vertical walls have been constructed from the ridgeline down, using formwork, steel and pipes and mega-tonnes of concrete. The boys with their big impressive toys are a major attraction as you sit stalled in traffic. Towering cranes hover over the Brunswick River. Bridge builders dangle from scaffolding, cement trucks and groaning dozers work under blazing lights, often until 2am. Locals and tourists, pedestrians and bike riders all pause to watch the bridge spans grow ever closer. Byron Shireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular heavy rainfall has proved challenging for Abigroupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s construction schedule and sediment controls. Runoff from roadworks has inundated both Brunswick River and Marshalls Creek. Drainage channels and settling ponds have overflowed onto the floodplain. It clearly evident, passing tourists and locals can see, cut-and-fill is a dinosaur technology, and totally inappropriate across undulating flood prone land. The social impact is incalculable, and was never assessed by the RTA during the planning stages. Locals have endured countless inconvenient delays with stoic patience and forbearing. Rat runs through Ocean

Shores have left local roads, pitted and potholed. Stinging eyes and nagging coughs from air permeated with fine dust is a major hazard. The drone of piledrivers, the incessant beeping of reversing trucks, and the growling, grumbling noises of men and machines at work, provide the background soundtrack to daily life. Car-driven guilt has perhaps induced a resigned tolerance and grudging acceptance of the wanton destruction and brazen redevelopment happening on our doorstep. The huge cost in public funds and squandered resources remains obscene and may prove painfully wasteful when peak oil and global warming inevitably kick in. The community has welcomed and embraced the Abi crew. Contractors and road workers have pumped millions of dollars into the local economy and brought wealth and prosperity to liquor traders and food outlets. Providing accommodation and meals for workers has also kept quite a few enterprising local women from destitution. Mechanics have reaped a windfall repairing battered suspension and worn out wheel bearings. Local contractors have never had so much work. Rugged, hard working, crazy young cowboys with money are hanging about everywhere. There will be very mixed feelings in the community when the highway is finally finished next year.


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Men take the laurels in short story competition After a drought of some years, blokes this year have again demonstrated their writing prowess in the Nicholas Shand Beach Hotel Short Story Competition. Paul Kew of Byron Bay won the $1500 first prize and Daniel Ducrou of Byron Bay took the $500 second prize. Women were not to be outdone entirely, however, with 15 year old Anna Compton of Byron Bay winning the inaugural $500 under 18 section of the competition. All prizemoney is donated by the Beach Hotel. Paul Kew says he has been writing â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;foreverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, mostly for little journals in Victoria and South Australia, and has lived in Byron Bay for the last three years. Now busy washing nappies for his brand new child, Paul mainly writes poetry. Asked if he has a passion for writing, Paul answers, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not really a passion. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more like I write the way some people smoke.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Daniel Ducrou is busy honing his writing skills. A former editor of the Flinders University student magazine, Daniel has been writing a novel for the last year and a

From right, winner Paul Kew, runner-up Daniel Ducrou, and under 18 winner Anna Compton.

half, has had a mentorship through the Northern Rivers Writers Centre with novelist Marele Day and currently has a mentorship with Linda Jaivin in Sydney. Anna Compton is a keen reader and English is her favourite subject at Byron Bay High. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s already had some success as runner-up in

the Byron Bay Writers Festival writing contest and may go on to become an English teacher unless other ambitions arise before she leaves school. The judges of the short story competition can happily report that suicides are down in the fictional world of Byron Shire, whale sight-

Back to waiting Paul Kew His humped shape in the morning mirror, too early for colour, just a grey figure passing by in the corner of his eye. How had he got so old? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Out ya go, boy.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; His three legged dog hops out of the laundry and into the yard, makes a quick circle before taking a long piss against the fence, retraces his steps, sniffing, catching up with the world that has passed in the night. He puts the kettle on. Teabag from a jar. Goes to the window and looks at the morning sky. A clear sheet of no colour. Will be a hot day. Gives the dog fresh water and shakes some dried food out of a bag into his bowl. Pauses at the sink, waiting for the kettle to whistle.Thinks about all the waiting and what ever came. Only things that come were money from his labour and bairns from his wife. A queen for his fibro castle. How had she come? Not by waiting, but by taking his chances. Wife dead now and children gone. Back to waiting. The worst kind. Drinks his tea down and fetches his rod. Ties a ribbon around his line and puts a bag over his shoulder. Straps on his bait bucket and a knife. Too old to carry things anymore. The legs still good but the back worn out.Too old for the chair, the jewhole, any of the rocks where he had made

his battles. Seen and felt the world in a way he never would again on those rocks. Like standing on fifty foot of scaffolding pounding a nail. All gone now. The wrong side of the plateau. Only memories and photos, slowly detaching themselves. Night eyes gone too. No more big tailor smashing his baits, rod arched and pumping, arm aching, fish coming up the sand at midnight with a 4/0 hook hanging out of an angry underbite. Only choppers now in the morning light. But every now and then a star hanging low in the sky brings luck to a good fisherman. A midnight straggler cruising behind the school hits his chunk of horsie, his body suddenly alive, the world alive again, a shaking hand trying to cut its throat. Kids come own to surf see the old man with eight pound of fish sticking out of his bag. Across the sand down at Talla Creek. The creek like a pond. Two crows barking in the pre-dawn light. The remnants of a fire smouldering in the sand. Bottles dropped and left. Damn tourists here all year now. Worse, the city people come to chase their money. Change all the shops, sell useless things, whinge constantly in the papers, always drinking coffee and talking rubbish. Everywhere commotion but nothing happening.

The water lapping up the sand like milk. Waves in the distance crashing on the sandbar, foaming over a hole. Two pelicans lose their legs and suddenly float out in the wash. A wave brings them back in and they start walking again like they jumped off a bus. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Clack clack clack clack clack,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he says to them. He has learnt how to speak pelican. Their big eyes watching him like a shy girl. His first fish up the sand is a small dart and the pelican moves in fast, lifts its wings, opens its beak. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I should let you swallow it while itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still got the hook in it, hey?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Pelican eyes him as he removes the hook. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Clack clack clack clack clack.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The little fish swims off, the pelicans snapping at a flash of blue turned sideways in the wash. The fish makes it. The pelicans waddle back toward him. Remembers his son from a long time ago, tossing little dart to the pelicans just to laugh at the funny sight of a fish going down a pelicanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s throat. They never got stuck. Even with those fins and spikes. Inside of a pelicanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s throat must be like leather. The sun up now. An orange ball of fire burning on the horizon. Stronger than the sea, if that is possible. The next cast out further, into the

ings remain steady, love springs eternal, bananas are in high demand and this year sees the men of the shire downing tools and fronting up in numbers to confront the terror of the empty screen and fill it with a thousand well-honed words. As usual the judges faced an unenviable task. The qual-

ity of the 43 entries was high, but the first choice was unanimous. Back To Waiting by Paul Kew is a simple and moving story of an elderly fisherman wondering â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;how he got so oldâ&#x20AC;Ś the legs still good but the back worn outâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. A touching glimpse into a side of Byron life we often ignoreâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;the life of our older residents â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it was chosen for its authenticity of voice, veracity of detail and resistance to easy clichĂŠ. Runner-up, A New Beginning by Daniel Ducrou is a witty and humorous look at an aspect of Byron life many of us know too well â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the search for a suitable housemate. Many entries deserved praise, but in the end the judges highly commended All Grown Up by Lollie Barr and Passing Through by Oliver Parsons. The $500 Under-18 prize went to Off The Tracks by Anna Compton, a mature and evocative lament for our lost North Coast trains. While the standard proved yet again the depth of talent in the area, judges noted that many entries felt underwritten and would have bene-

fited from greater revision and closer proofreading â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and that too often strong stories were undermined with weak endings. The judges this year were Fay Knight, Alan Close and Jill Eddington. As usual, the Northern Rivers Writers Centre (www.nrwc.org.au) organised the judging. The winning entry is printed below, and the other two winning entries will be published in coming weeks.



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Update on war in Uganda Kirsty Sked North Uganda remains one of the most neglected humanitarian disasters in human history, according to the United Nations. Peace talks began on August 26, 2006 with the LRA (The Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Resistance Army), and the first signs of some progress was reached on October 13. Meanwhile the LRA continue to invade the camps and abduct and kill children. In April 2006 while I was in North Uganda, the World Health Oganisation and Oxfam released a report stating there was six times more deaths here than in Iraq. The 2004 MĂŠdecins Sans Frontières (MSF) survey, taken in the Ugandan district of Pader, reported almost all respondents have been exposed to severe traumatic events since 2002. Sixty three per cent report the disappearance or abduction of a family member, 58% report the death of a family member due to the insurgency, 79% have witnessed torture and 40% have witnessed a killing. (In an active war zone two years later those statistics have only increased.) Despite this, the North Ugandans remain determined to create a better life

with some of the camps risking small agricultural plots and the rearing of goats, pigs, chickens and cows. They are slowly trying to reestablish their village life. Since my return from Uganda last May to a well paid job, a total of 285 goats have been received by the former abducted sex slave child mothers in the remote and dangerous Pader District of North Uganda. One hundred and sixty five pigs and 450 insecticide treated mos-

quito nets have also been distributed to these woman and children. My next target is saving up for the schooling of 114 former abducted child soldiers aged six to ten to enable them to start school next January. I thought it was time to offer any locals an opportunity to be involved if they want to! My sales pitch for children forgotten in a war zone with no parents, food security, ability to read or write, or dreams for a future, is that BY there are no administration  IS BECOMING THE YEAR fees. My single motivation is WHEN!USTRALIAN JUNIORS MAKE to get as much assistance to THEIR MARK INTERNATIONALLY these children as possible by &ROM THE HORDES WHO EMBAR advertising the projects. As a RASSED .EW :EALANDS BEST IN THE 1UEENSTOWN #LASSIC IN Christian (a follower of *ANUARYTO-OULTHUN,YSLUC Christ who served the poor RATIVE TRIP TO THE7ORLD /PEN and destitute), I am commitIN 0HILADELPHIA IN *UNE !US ted to buying as much as I TRALIANYOUNGSTERSHAVEEARNED can afford, however the RESPECTONMULTIPLESSTAGES projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expansion to reach 4HISMONTH*UNTA)KEDAADD EDTOTHEHONOURROLL SCORINGA more children is limited by REMARKABLEVICTORYATTHE*APAN GIVENBELOW WASATRIUMPHOF my wage. /PEN IN4OKYO4HE  YEAR )KEDASSURVIVALSKILLS This is an irresistible OLD FROM #ANBERRA COMPET *APAN/PEN chance for me to give an INGINTHELANDOFHISROOTSFOR 7HITE2.ANJO opportunity to some of these THElRSTTIME MATCHED$ARRYL "LACK*)KEDA *OHANSENSACHIEVEMENTINTHE /PENING"LUMENFELD'AMBIT vulnerable children. An SAME EVENT TWO DECADES EAR D .F C E .F C D B important person once said, LIERANDBECOMESTHEYOUNGEST "G D H OR EXD ARE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When you see the raw !USTRALIANEVERTOWINANINTER MORE USUAL .C B .E "E "XF GXF .G F DXE FXE depravity of poverty and NATIONALOPENTOURNAMENT )KEDA PICTURED ABOVE TIED E FXE .XE "B "D human suffering, it both disFOR lRST PLACE IN 4OKYO WITH .C.FG.D!SIGNTHAT7HITES gusts and inspiresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and seePLAY HAS BEEN TOO SIMPLISTIC n "LACKS SEVEN WINS FROM EIGHT GAMES KINGCANEASILYRUNFROMASINGLECHECK ing this war has done exactly HISONLYBLEMISHCOMINGINAN 1H +D  +C2HE that to me. It is 100% about EARLYLOSSTOCO WINNERANDSEC 1D "C A .F E .OW meeting the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basic ONDSEED-ASAHIRO"ABA4HAT "LACKS PAWNS BECOME STUNTED !FTER human rights. THIRD ROUND DEFEAT SPARKED .XC "LACK STANDS WELL BECAUSE A donation of $50 will )KEDA INTO A RUN OF lVE CON .XC FAILS TO .XE .XD .XFWITHMATERIALADVANTAGETO"LACK directly pay for the schooling SECUTIVE WINS INCLUDING A KEY VICTORY IN THE SEVENTH ROUND .XDEXDFA"D2AF of a former abducted child H 2D "A 2DE AGAINSTTOPSEED2YOSUKE.AN G "D .D "LACKS INACCURACIES soldier aged between six and JO THE PLAYER WHO HAD SCORED COULDHAVEBEENPUNISHEDIMMEDIATELY ten years who has no parents. FOR*APANONTOPBOARDAT BY .XC "B 2E 1F This $50 pays for their school THE4URIN#HESS/LYMPIAD "G1G1GWASNECESSARY 4HENEXTWEEKWILLSEEMORE .ED2XDA1XC fees, books, pens, uniform !USTRALIAN JUNIORS IN ACTION +B 1XB -ISSING "LACKS STUN and a daily bowl of porridge OVERSEAS WITH  !USTRALIAN NING COUNTER 1D WAS DECISIVE for one year.The porridge is COMPETITORS AT THE ONGOING "A 1XA "XE 1XD a World Food Program initia7ORLD !GE #HAMPIONSHIPS IN 2C .F 7HITE STARTS TO LOSE tive in schools that started in THE THREAD 2D 1XG 2XB  "ATUMI 'EORGIA !USTRALIAN WAS STRONG "B .D +C HOPESWILLBECENTREDON2AY 2D 2HD "F 1E +C April with the aim of reducMOND3ONG WHOISSEEDEDSEC "C .XC 1XC 2XD 4HE ing malnutrition and severe starvation which commonly ONDINTHE5DIVISION lNALERROR2D KEEPSTHEGAMEGO )KEDAS WIN AGAINST .ANJO ING2XD1E1XF   causes blindness, developmental delay, and in extreme 7HERETOPLAY"YRON"AY3ERVICES#LUB -ONDAY PM cases death. This is achieved -ULLUMBIMBY0OINCIANA#AFĂ? 3ATURDAY PM with a simple daily bowl of

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Erik Adams In last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Echo David Suzuki quite rightly described methane as being 22 times more potent a greenhouse gas than CO2. Many environmentalists and greenhouse lobbyists overlook the important role that non-CO2 greenhouse gases are playing in influencing climate change. A recent study undertaken by Dr James Hansen, director of NASAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Goddard Institute of Space Studies, has shown that the reduction of non-CO2 gases may be far more important than we realise. Dr Hansen, a veteran supporter of action against global warming, often cited by Al Gore and called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;a grandfather of the global warming theoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, has convitamin A and Iodine forti- cluded from his research that CO2 emissions are not the fied porridge. Your $50 donation transforms into tangible opportunity in this war zone and pays for children to go to school to learn how to be children again after escaping the warâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brutality. If thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not your thing there are hundreds more former child sex slaves who would love a goat to rear. Your donation of $40 will buy these child mothers a goat and a mosquito net. The World Health Organisation recommends insecticide treated nets as the most effective prevention of malaria but only 7% of all Ugandans can afford this and even less in north Uganda! If cash is short you can buy a net for $7. I will happily pay all administration fees including military escorts, fuel, wages and my flights to Uganda to main cause of atmospheric review the projects and assist warming. in delivering the animals and Many other greenhouse other items. This ensures gases trap heat far more your cash gets directly to powerfully than CO2, some those who need it. of them tens of thousands of My last project is to start times more powerfully. up a large scale soccer comOf these non-CO2 gases, petition in one of the refugee methane is by far the most camps. The campâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 24,000 important, being responsible people love the game! Your for almost as much global donation of $15 buys a warming as all the other decent soccer ball and non-CO2 gases combined. pump;100 balls is my target While atmospheric conso the comp can stretch centrations of CO2 have risen across all ages. by about 31% since preSo if you want to/can afford industrial times, methane to (I acknowledge there are concentrations have more hundreds of charities people than doubled. Whereas give to and on top of that human sources of CO 2 have their own financial amount to just 3% of natural strains), buy a goat, mozzie emissions, human sources of net, soccer ball or a yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s methane produce one and a schooling for an ex child sol- half times as much as all dier. You will recieve a card natural sources. which specifies those details. Dr Hansen estimates that This might be the perfect gift methane emissions are causfor someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birthday or ing nearly half of the planetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Christmas this year who human-induced warming would love something a little and warns that methane reduction must be a priority different. Please contact me if inter- of any climate change reducested at chiliee@hotmail. tion strategy. Methane is produced by a number of com.

sources, including coal mining and landfills â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but the number one source worldwide is animal agriculture. Animal agriculture produces more than 100 million tons of methane a year. And this source is on the rise: global meat consumption has increased fivefold in the past fifty years, and shows little sign of abating. About 85% of this methane is produced in the digestive processes of livestock, and while a single cow releases a relatively small amount of methane, the collective effect on the environment of the hundreds of millions of livestock animals worldwide is enormous. An additional 15% of animal agricultural methane emissions are released from the massive â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;lagoonsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; used to store untreated farm animal

waste, and are already a target of environmentalists for their role as the number one source of water pollution in the US. Consider then that the food choices we make every day may have more impact on climate change than our energy choices. If one is serious about global warming a lessening of our meat consumption and a move towards a vegetarian/vegan diet is essential and could achieve a reduction in global warming much more rapidly than waiting for the government and energy industry to get serious about renewable energy sources. In addition, it is already well known that the production of a meat-centred diet consumes three times more fossil fuels than a meat-free one, far more water, and is responsible for most land clearing. Not only that, a vegetarian diet reduces your chances of being obese and of developing cancer or heart disease â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all epidemics of our society.


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Television Guide 1. Nightowls will appreciate Ian McKellan and Brendan Fraser â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in a very unusual role for him â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in Gods And Monsters (ABC, Thursday, 12.35am), a fictional account of the last days of director James Whale, who made the classic Frankenstein movies. 2. Guns and testosterone rule in The Magnificent Seven (Prime, Saturday, 9.45pm) followed by The Magnificent Seven Ride! 3. What shamans and witches discovered viscerally, scientists now confirm in Most Of Our Universe Is Missing (SBS, Sunday, 8.30pm) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; four per cent we know about, the rest is dark energy and dark matter. Next week, Most Of Our Independent Media Is Missing, starring the Packer and Murdoch dark gravity forces.

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FRIDAY 27

THURSDAY 26

WEDNESDAY 25

ABC

SBS

4.30 Movie: Double Take (G, 1972) Reg Varney, Norman Rossington, Sue Lloyd 6.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Spy Master 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 The Bill 3.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Rick Steinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s French Odyssey 6.30 The Cook And The Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 Report 8.00 The New Inventors 8.30 Spicks & Specks 9.00 The IT Crowd (PG) 9.30 The Glass House (M, sr,a) 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 Four Corners 12.20 Media Watch 12.40 Rough Justice 1.10 In The Realm Of The Hackers (M, cl) Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s computer underground from which two teenagers in the late 80s hacked into NASAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s supposedly secure system 2.10 Movie: Phantom Light (PG, B&W, 1935) Binnie Hale 3.25 National Press Club Address

5.25 11.30 12.05 12.30 1.00

4.30 Movie: Trouble In Store (G, B&W, 1953) Norman Wisdom 6.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Altered Statesmen 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address David Kirk, CEO Fairfax Holdings 1.30 Strictly Dancing 2.00 The Bill 3.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Aussie Animal Rescue 6.30 The Pet Show 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 Report 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Family Footsteps 9.30 The Fishermen (PG) 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.30 Live At The Basement: Hothouse Flowers 12.35 Movie: Gods And Monsters (M, a,cl,s, 2000) Fictional account of the last weeks in the life of Frankenstein director, James Whale, who died mysteriously in 1957. Starring Sir Ian McKellan, Brendan Fraser, Lynn Redgrave 2.20 Movie: The Card (G, B&W, 1952) Alec Guinness, Glynis Johns, Petula Clark 3.50 Songs Of Praise

5.25 10.30 11.30 12.05 12.30 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.20 8.30

4.30 Movie: It Started In Paradise (G, 1952) Jane Hylton, Ian Hunter, Terence Morgan 6.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 British Isles 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Classic Parkinson 1.30 Grumpy Old Men 2.00 Welcher And Welcher 2.30 Spicks & Specks 3.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Message Stick (G*) 6.30 Can We Help? 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stateline 8.00 Collectors 8.30 Midsomer Murders (M) 10.05 The Kumars At No. 42: Christmas Special With Phil Collins, Anne Robinson, Roy Wood 10.35 Lateline 11.25 jtv 11.55 Rage (M)

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World News Arabic News Indonesian News Business Report Truth, War And Consequences (M, v) What some government officials say is the underlying cause of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current problems in Iraq Tales From A Suitcase Food Lovers Guide To Australia Simply Ming World Sport The Journal Newshour Living Black World News Australia World Sport Food Lovers Guide To Australia Missing Dateline World News Australia Movie: Time Of The Wolf (MA, a,v,s, 2003) French drama Movie: Vaya Con Dios (M, 2002) German comedy The Crime Of Crimes (M, a) Irish drama Weatherwatch

SBS advises viewers that programming between 6pm and 10.30pm nightly is Closed Captioned (CC)

9.30 10.00 10.30

1.15 2.45 5.25 8.00 8.30 9.20 9.55 10.30 11.30 12.05 12.30 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.30 10.00 11.00 12.25 2.05

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Sunrise Raggs Home Shopping Morning News Hot Auctions Sons And Daughters Movie: Frozen With Fear (M, v,s, 2000) Stephen Shellen, Wayne Rogers, Dawn McKeivie-Cyr, Stephen Morgan Blue Heelers My Wife And Kids Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Academic News M*A*S*H Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away The Force â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Behind The Line Police Files â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Unlocked Forensic Investigators (M) The Unit (M, v) JAG (M) The First 48 (M) Home Shopping Religion Home Shopping

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Most Prime programs between 6.30pm and 11.30pm (approx) nightly are Closed Captioned (CC)

World News Greek News Arabic News Indonesian News Business Report Dateline One Night In Bhopal A Fork In The Road School Torque World Sport The Journal Newshour Global Village World News Australia World Sport Inspector Rex Hotline Storyline Australia: Once A Queen Graftonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s jacaranda history World News Australia The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Global Edition Movie: Musa (MA, v, 2001) South Korean drama based on a true story set in the late 14th century when the Ming dynasty took over from the Yuan dynasty and re-established Han rule Movie: 1990 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Bronx Warriors (MA, v,cl,a, 1982) Italian action set in postapocalyptic New York City Weatherwatch World News Das Journal Spanish News Le Journal Russian News Greek News Arabic News Indonesian News Business Report Insight Demon Fault (M, a,cl) The battle for Timbarra goldmine goes to the law courts of Australia A Fork In The Road Elizabeth Chongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tiny Delights World Sport The Journal Newshour Global Village World News Australia World Sport Tales From The Palaces Feast Bazaar Bronski And Bernstein (PG) World News Australia Hunting Emmanuelle (MA, a,n,s) Movie: Gone (MA, s,a, 2003) German drama Movie: I Couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Care Less (MA, s,a,cl, 2000) Spanish comedy Weatherwatch

6.00 9.00 9.30 10.30 11.00 11.30 12.00

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Sunrise Raggs Home Shopping Morning News Hot Auctions Sons And Daughters Movie: Rushmore (M, cl,s, 1998) A tenth grader finances his quest to woo a beautiful teacher by befriending a wealthy man. Starring Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Olivia Williams, Seymour Cassel, Luke Wilson Blue Heelers My Wife And Kids Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Academic News M*A*S*H Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away How I Met Your Mother My Name Is Earl Celebrity Survivor (PG) Bones (M) Family Guy (M) Stargate SG-1 (M) Danoz Direct Expo Creflo A Dollar Home Shopping Sunrise Raggs Home Shopping Morning News Hot Auctions Sons And Daughters Movie: Year Of The Dragon (M, v,cl,s, 1986) A New York cop wages a battle against the Triads in Chinatown. Starring Mickey Rourke, John Lone, Leonard Termo, Raymond J Barry, Caroline Kava, Eddie Jones, Joey Chin, Victor Wong My Wife And Kids Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Academic News M*A*S*H Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away Better Homes And Gardens Movie: Cold Mountain (M, v,s,a, 2003) A wounded Confederate soldier walks the journey back to his home. Starring Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Natalie Portman, Giovanni Ribisi, Donald Sutherland Movie: The Human Stain (MA, cl,s, 2003) Nicole Kidman, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Garry Sinise, Wentworth Miller, Jacinda Barrett, Harry J Lennix, Clark Gregg Home Shopping

NBN

Early News Toasted TV In The Box 9am With David And Kim Ten News Medical Investigation The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures Totally Wild The Bold And The Beautiful Ten News The Simpsons Neighbours Futurama Thank God Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Here Tripping Over (M, cl,s,a) New series about five young travellers from London and Sydney who meet in Bangkok NCIS (M) Late Night News And Sports Tonight Wild Turkey Joker Poker (M) The Up-Late Game Show (M) Video Hits Up-Late Infomercials Religion

6.00 9.00 11.00 11.30 12.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00 7.00 7.30 8.30 8.45 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.00 1.05 3.00 4.00 4.30

Today Mornings With Kerri-Anne Today Extra Danoz Dr Phil Days Of Our Lives The Young And The Restless Fresh Cooking Hi-5 Streetsmartz Antiques Roadshow Temptation Bertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Feud Evening News A Current Affair McLeodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Daughters (PG) CSI: Miami (M) Lotto ER (PG) Survivor: Cook Islands (PG) Nightline The Sopranos (MA15+, v,cl) Quizmania Guthy Renker Entertainment Tonight Good Morning America

6.00 9.00 11.00 11.30 12.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00 7.00 7.30

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10.45 11.45 12.15 12.45 1.55 2.00 4.00 4.30

Early News Toasted TV In The Box 9am With David And Kim Ten News Medical Investigation The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures Totally Wild The Bold And The Beautiful Ten News The Simpsons Neighbours Futurama Jamieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kitchen â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Australia Jericho (M) David Tench Tonight (M, cl,sr) Featuring Guy Sebastian, Kate Fischer, Matt Welsh The Ronnie Johns Half Hour (M) Late Night News And Sports Tonight The Big Night In With John Foreman (PG) The Up-Late Game Show (M) Video Hits Up-Late Infomercials Enjoying Everyday Life Kenneth Copeland Life Today With James Robison This Is Your Day With Benny Hinn Early News Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs In The Box 9am With David And Kim Ten News Medical Investigation The Oprah Windrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures H2O â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Just Add Water The Bold And The Beautiful Ten News The Steph Show Neighbours Futurama Smallville Movie: How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days (PG, cl,sr, 2003) A ladies man bets that he can make a woman fall in love with him in ten days. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, Adam Goldberg, Kathryn Hahn, Annie Praisse Veronica Mars Late News Sports Tonight The Up-Late Game Show Video Hits Up-Late Infomercials Bayless Conley Infomercials 5.00 Religion

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SUNDAY 29

SATURDAY 28

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Sex Adult themes Nudity Drugs Violence Could offend

[h] = Horror [cl] = Coarse language [sr] = Sexual references [st] = Supernatural themes [w] = War scenes

3.50 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30 9.20 9.50 11.20 12.20 12.45 1.10 1.40 2.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 12.00 2.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30

9.30 11.10

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4.30 Movie: I Was Happy Here (PG, B&W, 1965) Sarah Miles 6.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 10.55 Tate Modern 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Pilot Guides 1.30 Head 2 Head 2.00 Parliament Question Time 3.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Off The Map Baffin Island in Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Arctic 6.30 Talking Heads: Margaret Court 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch Final 9.35 Enough Rope With Andrew Denton 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.40 Jack And Bobby 12.30 Parliament Question Time 1.30 Movie: I Was A Spy (G, B&W, 1933) A German hospital worker acts as a spy for the Allies during World War I. Starring Madeleine Carroll 2.55 Second Opinion: Eczema 3.25 Victorian Grand Prix Bowls Womens singles final

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4.30 Movie: The Passionate Friends (PG, B&W, 1948) Ann Todd, Claude Rains, Trevor Howard 6.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Primal Instincts 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 The New Inventors 1.00 The Einstein Factor 1.30 Catalyst 2.00 Parliament Question Time 3.00 Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Message Stick (G*) 6.05 Time Team 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Geldof In Africa: Cocoa Slaves And God 8.30 The Bill (M, v) 9.20 Foreign Correspondent 10.05 Artists At Work 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.35 Death: Buying Time (PG) 12.25 Murder Investigation Team (M, v,a) 1.20 Parliament Question Time 2.25 Heard Island Six month expedition by Australian scientists to study seals, penguins, sea birds and the potential effects of global warming 3.25 Australians At War (G)

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jtv Saturday Bowls Tri Nations: South Africa 2006 Stateline Australian Story Foreign Correspondent Words: Rick Gekoski Nature Of Australia The rise of the marsupials from ancient Gondwana Movie: The Great Gildersleeve (G, B&W, 1942) Harold Peary, Jane Darwell, Nancy Gates Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s National League Basketball Head 2 Head Victorian Grand Prix Bowls Gardening Australia ABC News New Tricks (PG) The Bill (PG) The Last Detective (M) Changi: Curley (M, v,cl,sr) The Glass House (M, sr,a) Rage (M)

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World News Le Journal Russian News Greek News Arabic News Indonesian News Business Report Masterpiece On Saturday Opera: The Trojans JS Bach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The 48 Preludes And Fugues Collection Artistes: Rodin The Journal Newshour Classical Destinations World News Australia World Sport As It Happened: Jesse James Iron Chef Rockwiz With Sarah McLeod and Angry Anderson Movie: Cowboys & Angels (M, a,cl,du, 2003) Irish drama about a naive boy who leaves home for the first time SOS: Shorts On Screen When Sex Goes Wrong (MA, a,cl,a) Crank Yankers The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Global Edition Weatherwatch DAYLIGHT SAVING BEGINS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Turn clocks forward one hour

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World News Le Journal Russian News Greek News Arabic News Indonesian News Business Report Movie: Divine Intervention (M, v,cl,a, 2002) French drama observing life in Palestine Food Lovers Guide To Australia Living Black World Sport The Journal Newshour Global Village World News Australia World Sport Insight Cutting Edge: Nuclear Jihad A rogue Pakistani scientist spreads nuclear weapons around the world World News Australia Hot Docs: The Great Communist Bank Robbery 1959 Romanian National Bank in Bucharest Movie: His Wifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Diary (M, cl,a, 2000) Russian drama Movie: Move Me (M, s,n, 2003) Danish romantic comedy Weatherwatch

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Tractor Tom Action Man Saturday Disney The Saturday Club Movie: The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II (G, 2002) Animation 2006 Spring Racing Carnival: Cox Plate Day LIVE from Moonee Valley Race Course My Wife And Kids Sydney Weekender Seven News Best And Worst Of Red Faces (PG) Worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Craziest Videos Great Comedy Classics (PG) Movie: The Magnificent Seven (PG, v, 1960) Villagers of a Mexican village at the mercy of a band of outlaws, hire seven American gunslingers to free them. Starring Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach, Charles Bronson, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, James Coburn, Horst Bucholz Movie: The Magnificent Seven Ride! (M, v, 1972) Two lawmen, the last of the original seven, are joined by paroled convicts to save a town from a bandit gang. Starring Lee Van Cleef, Stefanie Powers, Michael Callan, Mariette Hartley DAYLIGHT SAVING BEGINS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Turn clocks forward one hour Home Shopping

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Religion Stanley Girl TV Weekend Sunrise Staines Down Drains Dive Olly Dive Built For The Kill Movie: Khartoum (G, 1966) Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier, Richard Johnson, Ralph Richardson Movie: Hounded (G, 2001) Tahj Mowry, Shia Labeouf, Craig Kirkwood, Steven Benkik The Food Trail Seven News The Real Seachange Medical Emergency Good As Gold! Our Good Sports Movie: Bruce Almighty (M, cl, 2003) God, who is tired of being blamed for a TV reporterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s troubles, gives him His powers to see if he can do any better. Starring Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Ann Walter, Philip Baker Hall Movie: When Harry Met Sally (M, cl,s, 1989) They met fresh out of college and on their way to New York. Starring Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher, Bruno Kirby Home Shopping Religion Home Shopping

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Toasted TV Wicked Science Totally Wild Scope Video Hits Infomercial State Focus Infomercial I Fish Formula One Grand Prix Brazil World Rally Championship Turkey Escape With ET Ten News Sports Tonight The Simpsons Out Of Practice (PG) Everybody Loves Raymond Monk Law & Order: Criminal Intent (M) Movie: The Mummy Returns (M, v,h, 2001) An ancient Egyptian mummy is resurrected from his resting place in the British Museum. Starring Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Patrica Velasquez NYPD Blue (M) Hack (M) Video Hits Up-Late DAYLIGHT SAVING BEGINS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Turn clocks forward one hour Infomercials 4.00 Religion Mass For You At Home Meditation Medication Wicked Science Totally Wild Meet The Press Video Hits AFL International Rules Ireland v Australia Rally Australia Perth Ten News Sports Tonight The Simpsons Australian Idol Annual Aria Awards The 4400 (M) Moto GP Valencia Infomercials Enjoying Everyday Life With Joyce Meyer Kenneth Copeland Life Today With James Robison This Is Your Day With Benny Hinn Transvestites are men who like to eat, drink, and be Mary.

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Danoz Untold Wealth Home Shopping Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs So Fresh Backstage Pass Speed Machine The Car Show Movie: Spencerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mountain (G, 1963) Life in rural America in the 30s with a poor family of nine. Starring Henry Fonda, Maureen Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hara, Donald Crisp Airport Getaway The Garden Gurus Talk To The Animals NBN News Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funniest Home Videos Movie: Kangaroo Jack (PG, v,cl, 2003) Jerry Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell, Christopher Walken, Bill Hunter Lotto Rugby League Tri-Nations Series New Zealand v Great Britain from Christchurch Movie: A Murder Of Crows (M, v,cl,s, 1999) Cuba Gooding Jr, Tom Berenger, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Eroc Stoltz Quizmania DAYLIGHT SAVING BEGINS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Turn clocks forward one hour Home Shopping

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Home Shopping Untold Wealth Hot Source Bio Magnetics Business Success Sunday Talking Real Estate NBL Tigers v Crocodiles Surfsport ASP World Championship tour, California Coolangatta Gold Oliver Beene Hitlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Britain (PG) Documentary constructing the probable events that would have happened if the Nazis were successful in conquering Britain in World War II Roar Of The Wild Airline Evening News Overhaul 60 Minutes CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M, v) CSI: NY (M) Comedy Inc â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Late Shift (M, sr,cl) The Apprentice (PG) Star Trek: Enterprise (M) Late Show With David Letterman Farscape George Lopez Home Shopping Primetime

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Sunrise Raggs Home Shopping Morning News Hot Auctions Sons And Daughters Movie: I Do (But I Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t) (PG, s, 2004) Romantic comedy about giving love a second, third and fourth chance. Starring Denise Richards, Dean Cain, Karen Cliche, Jessica Walter, Yannick Bisson Blue Heelers Good Chef Bad Chef My Wife And Kids Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Academic Seven News M*A*S*H Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away The Great Outdoors Greyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anatomy (M) Criminal Minds (M) Boston Legal Jake In Progress Rodney Danoz Direct Expo Religion Home Shopping

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Early News Toasted TV In The Box 9am With David And Kim Ten News Medical Investigation The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures Scope The Bold And The Beautiful Ten News The Simpsons Neighbours Futurama Australian Idol â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Live Verdict Law & Order: SVU (M) The Biggest Loser Late Night News And Sports Tonight Cybershack (PG) The Up-Late Game Show Video Hits Up-Late Infomercials Enjoying Everyday Life Kenneth Copeland Life Today With James Robison This Is Your Day With Benny Hinn

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Today Mornings With Kerri-Anne Today Extra Danoz Dr Phil Days Of Our Lives The Young And The Restless Fresh Cooking Hi-5 The Shak Antiques Roadshow Temptation Bertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Feud Evening News A Current Affair Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Good For You What A Year (PG) Lotto Cold Case (M) The Sopranos (MA15+) Body Of Evidence (M) Psychic Detectives Entertainment Tonight Late Show With David Letterman The Bernie Mac Show Rock Me Baby Guthy-Renker Danoz Good Morning America

Sunrise Raggs Home Shopping Morning News Hot Auctions Sons And Daughters Movie: Ambulance Girl (PG, a,cl, 2005) When paralyising phobias threaten the personal and professional life of a food writer she volunteers as an emergency medical technician. Starring Kathy Bates, Michael Bach, David Michie, Robin Thomas, Nathalie Toriel Blue Heelers Good Chef Bad Chef My Wife And Kids Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Academic Seven News M*A*S*H Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away (G) Dancing With The Stars All Saints (M) Crossing Jordan (M) Criss Angel Mindfreak (M) Lost (M) Pilot â&#x20AC;&#x201C; part 1 Home Shopping Religion Home Shopping

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Articles Suvira’s annual art show on again Coming at the end of this month is an opportunity for art lovers to quit the gallery trail and experience creativity at its source. The occasion is the open studio of sculptor and ceramic artist Suvira McDonald, which takes place once a year in the tranquil setting of his rainforest garden near Goonengerry. Over the weekend of October 28 and 29, visitors to Suvira’s sanctuary can view the full range of output by this multi-talented creator whose work has achieved

acclaimed solo shows and prestigious awards. Suvira’s sculptural works range from spiraling steel structures evocative of

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marine themes, to woodfired clay vessels and figures of earthy textures and hues. His unique ceramic landscapes are sought-after collectors’ items. Made from layers of tinted clay mounted on suspended panels, these exquisite images are inspired by the elemental beauty of Australia’s landforms. A skilled potter, Suvira also makes an array of tableware that is both decorative and functional. Combining lustrous, Oriental-style glazes with elegant, contemporary forms, his distinctive platters, bowls, vases, teapots and mugs are ideal for gifts. All this will be on offer during the weekend, at studio prices. Opening hours are from 9am to 4pm. The studio is located at 300 Mafeking Road, (off Federal Road), 30 minutes from Byron Bay and Lismore. For more information call 6684 9194, or email suvira@ suviramcdonald.com for a map. See also www.suviramcdonald.com.

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So, you’ve met someone new and then when the new partner meets the kids things you don’t anticipate start happening – many of them very challenging and difficult. Gayle Russell’s subsidised ACE course, ‘Negotiating the Dynamics of the New Relationship – for Single Parents and StepFamilies’ will help you gain understanding and valuable skills to help guide you through this new emotional territory. This new course runs for four weeks and starts Tuesday November 7, 10am1pm in Mullum. Also on offer by Gayle is Assertiveness and Improving Relationships, commencing Friday November 3. Phone ACE 6684 3374 to book or Gayle on 6684 1119 to find out more.

Wynn-Moylan helps Bangalow pool fund

A painting of people having fun at the weir in Bangalow, entitled ‘Bangalow Summer’, painted by Bangalow artist Karena Wynn-Moylan, is being raffled to help raise money for the Bangalow Pool Fund. The Bangalow Chamber of Commerce has undertaken to raffle the painting for a number of months by placing it in various participating shopfronts along the main

street of Bangalow. The artist said, ‘I wanted to help raise money for and awareness of the Bangalow Pool Fund. A year round, covered, heated pool is a great amenity not just for Bangalow but for the whole shire.’ The pool fund was held up for a while by red tape but is now all systems go. And the pool committee is eager to hear from any tradespeople

who can contribute to the project and other help is also welcome. The weir is a special spot in Bangalow, it is the old pool and should be maintained also as a great recreational facility for the area. Tickets for the painting are $4 each or three for $10, signed artist’s prints are also available for $50 with a percentage going to the pool fund.

Band fund grants on offer to youth The committee of the Mullumbimby Services Memorial Band Fund is calling for applications for grants for the ‘educational, cultural, social and sporting needs’ of the youth of the Brunswick Valley district. The fund has been set up to continue the aims of the old Services and Citizens Band to assist the youth of the district, using income derived from investment of the sale money from the Band Hall, and is distributed to the young people in need so that they can reach goals which would otherwise be unobtainable. Grants are made to individuals or organisations invol-

ved with the development of youth to pay for a particular activity or assist with a more expensive activity which may be beyond their means without assistance. Grants have been made in the past to individuals involved in a wide range of sporting activities as well as the arts. There is a means test for all applicants. Applicants must be 19 years of age or younger by December 12, 2006 and they must have lived in the district for three years. The district is defined as the catchment area of the Brunswick Valley which includes Mullumbimby,

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Brunswick Heads, Billinudgel, Ocean Shores, the Main Arm and its tributaries, The Pocket, Middle Pocket and Myocum, Wilson Creek, Huonbrook areas directly linked to Mullumbimby by road are considered part of the district. As a registered charity, the fund is required to consider a need as the major factor for grants, and applicants will be required to satisfy the selection committee as to their need. Strictest confidentiality will be observed. After the conditions of need have been satisfied the committee will consider the worthiness of each application. The committee’s decisions will be final and no correspondence will be entered into. Applications may be made by an individual, by a parent, by a group, or institution which caters for young people, or by an individual or group who wish to nominate a young person who may not otherwise be considered. Two referees will be required for each application. Applications forms may be obtained from the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club. Closing date will be 5pm, Friday November 24. Completed applications must reach the Secretary by 5pm on the closing day and should be forwarded to: The Secretary, Mullumbimby Services Memorial Band Fund Inc, PO Box 755, Mullumbimby NSW 2482.


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ENTERTAINMENT â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I have been in court for obscenity on two or three occasions, and I have been accused of blasphemy by seven bishops! I have a good criminal record. I got used to the idea that that was going to happen. I had a lovely start out with Nation Review, with journalists like Mungo MacCallum, Richard Neville and Bob Ellis. I thought thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what you do â&#x20AC;&#x201C; you get in trouble. Those journalists are feisty people who believed you need to be a pain in the arse to the government and to the media.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Michael Leunig is without doubt my favourite cartoonist. He has that uncanny ability to locate sadness, but he draws it with such joy. His is a whimsical world of birds, dead rabbits and Mr Curly, where we are connected by tiny tendrils in a disconnected universe. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not all whimsy. Deep within the heart of this writer/artist/poet lurks a political animal. It just happens to be a duck. So who is this little man who occupies so many of Leunigâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drawings?

Leunig has the extraordinary ability to locate human emotion without falling into uncomfortable sentiment. There is always humour in the sadness â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an everymanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tool of translation.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Well it is the little man â&#x20AC;&#x201C; maybe it says itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a little person â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a little child, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not even a child some people have said, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more of an embryo. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a little creature, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sub-human â&#x20AC;&#x201C; thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something in that and I mean it in a delightful sense â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that we are all connected at some level, and as sophisticated people we are all disconnected, traditionally there is some eternal archetype of the human spiritâ&#x20AC;Ś I am sure one could be very psycho, analytic â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we all carry a remnant memory of an innocence. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the primal part of the life essence, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the beautiful quality in people...â&#x20AC;&#x2122; says Michael.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Educated middle class cool people have a problem â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sometimes they are too quick to find sentimentality and are blind to poignancy. I grew up in a working class family with a grandmother who played sentimental songs on the piano accordian from morning to night. I realised that was my folk language, it became the way to speak truth. Sometimes if you are too highly intellectualised you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t speak. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the cult of cleverness â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it abounds everywhere â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it kills things and makes you wonder whether the very origins of intense intellectual life are a defense against feelings, I relate more to Zorba the Greek than to Plato. Sadly a lot of the wardens of literature are a bit joyless, they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like to see that sweaty sort of joy of people that are having a good time.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

In more recent times Leunig has become outspoken about social issues, in particular the war in Iraq. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The bloke in me has this feeling of civic responsibility that wants to care and wants to fight for things or wants to believe in things, like social justice, or getting really outraged that some arsehole is doing cruel and terrible things.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Right through my younger years I built up a credibility and some affection for elements of my work, they were the more benign elements, like Mr Curly. I built up credibility and trust and realised I would have to spend a little of it. In these recent times, with the war, I thought, I will make myself a bit unpopular here. We live in a culture that is focused on being attractive and popular. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be attractive, I want to be truthful. Attractiveness keeps people enslaved.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When you develop a deep attraction to the opposite and break free of this terrible enslavement of contemporary values â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they say the burkha is limiting â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but we are enslaved by the need to be acceptable and to fit in and to rate well. We are always doing market research on ourselves, it keeps our vitality cramped. Our vitality should be expressive and wild and woolly! More of the truth of us and and less of the system. I realised I had to squander this good will. You think there comes a day when you have to speak forth and be outrageous and have a good heart. I have made some shocking enemies. Lately our dear friend, Andrew Denton, he gave me a really hard time, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not the worst of it, I get some dark and dirty hate mail and then I get columnists like Gerard Henderson that must lie there and think of how to talk about me, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s absurd, I am supposed to be drawing infantile things like ducks but heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lying in bed thinking about me...â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Billy the Rabbit is a collaborative album that brings together Gyan and Leunig. Putting Leunigâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s poetry to music was something Gyan felt driven to do.

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been setting the summer festival circuit alight. Triple J reported OKAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bellingen Global Carnival performance as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the freshest gig of the year!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, followed by standout performances at The Dreaming Festival, Surfing The Cold Stream Festival, Joyfest, Exodus Festival and the pinnacle of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s festival circuit â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Woodford Folk Festival. OKAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s distinctly unique sound brings musical traditions and cultures together â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ancient and modern â&#x20AC;&#x201C; black and white. The traditional rhythms of the Yadaki (didgeridoo) weave throughout pumping electronic beats, vocals, exotic woodwinds, world percussion and vocals â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an explosive fusion of organic world sounds and electronic music like no other. OKAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shows are powerful, diverse, and inspiring. You can catch them at Coorabell Hall on Saturday. 8pm show. Tix $18/15 at the door.

YEAR OF THE CAT The Cat Empire make their way back from a hugely successful overseas tour to eager Aussie fans. Unlike years in the past, they wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be playing at either Woodford or the Blues Festival this year, so this will be your last chance to see them for at least 18 months. Ku Promotions presents The Cat Empire at the Mullumbimby Showgrounds on Saturday 25 November. Tickets are $45/35 for under 18 and are available at ticket outlets near you.

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HARDCORE HORROR Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re back. After 6 months touring Europe and America, local band, Parkway Drive are back in Byron and are up for playing a little homecoming Halloween. Since forming in 2003, and taking their name from a street in Ewingsdale, Parkway Drive have been on a meteoric rise. As well as completing their first world tour and signing a deal with American label Epitaph, they have just completed a national tour as the only Australian band on the

travelling â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Taste of Chaosâ&#x20AC;? Festival. The Halloween Hardcore show is a drug and alcohol free event and tickets are available for $12 pre-sale from Music & Vision, or $15 on the night. People are encouraged to dress up and the show begins at 6.00pm and finishes at 10pm. For more information contact the YAC on 6685 5775.

I WANT YOUR PTY Pty Ltd are in hot demand. A nouveau nineties electric rock explosion these guys will have you up and dancing like an onion lost in lycra. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even know what that means. But sometimes it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t matter. Friday at the Beach Hotel. Pump up the volume baby.

FEELING WITH FINGERTIPS Fresh from supporting Youth Group on their sell-out tour, Darren Hanlon is out on the road promoting his new album â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Fingertips And Mountaintopsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Darrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s band for this tour will be the amazing crew that recorded on the new album featuring Bree van Reyk (drums), Cory Gray (piano) and Mark Monnone (bass.) Darrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s popularity covers most of the countryside, so this tour will

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culture EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT DICK TRICKS BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK An alchemist is a person who turns base matter into gold. So in a sense, Simon Moorley and David Friend are exactly that. These two rather unlikely lads have managed to build an empire with their willies. These two are the men who conceptualised and then actualised one of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most unique theatre shows: Puppetry of the Penis. Moorley and Friend have mastered the gentle are of genital origami, and in the process created a hilarious, at times confronting, in your face, but charming hour and a half show that has seen them perform in virtually every city on the planet. Even places where the sun donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t shine. (Especially places where the sun donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t shine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re huge in Norway at the moment and are about to return for a tour of major cities). Puppetry of the Penis is very much a show that might not have happened, were it not for the fortuitous meeting of Mr Moorley and Mr Friend at

THY MELBOURNE CUP OVERFLOWETH One can almost hear the patter of tiny hooves. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s almost Melbourne Cup time, and if you want to support the Youth Activity Centre why not book in for a three course luncheon and fashion parade at the Backroom of the Great Northern Hotel on Tuesday 7 November. Fashion by Zest, Shu Bar, Wallaces, Lotus Collection and Byron Bay Hat Company. Book through Travelscene on 6685 6733.

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our very own Railway Friendly Bar. The two had an instant karmic connection. Or is that Kockic? Coincidentally, both blokes had a private penchant for doing party tricks with their pricks. This chance meeting progressed into a workshop, and later into a show. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;My younger brother who I wanted to do the show was the kissing bandit on Neighbours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; I wanted him to do it with me, he said: Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never get another job again. Twelve months later I am on Broadway, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a West

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End hit and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s doing Twistie commercials!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Simon. Puppetry of the Penis is a show that attracts women in their droves. When else do you get a chance to look at the schlong for an hour and a half and laugh yourself silly? With up to nine franchise events going at any one time, the guys have trained up puppeteers all over the globe and found themselves performing this peculiarly Australian show in many different languages. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;In Germany we learnt all the names of the tricks. I can say cock in about 30 different languages! We find ourselves out on the town after the show, and I am fluent in show script: I can say â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the baby birdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; or â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;windsurferâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in French and Dutch. This is a bit strange when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re trying to order a drink across the bar!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Puppetry of the Penis is not what youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not in the slightest sleazy, nor do the guys use sexual innuendo. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a rapid fire exchange between the puppeteers as they manipulate their old fellas into everyday objects. In fact, the penis is a lot more useful than I ever imagined. Simon recounted some reviews from the early days: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When we hit the West End they were

The show attracts women in their droves â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really a show that would benefit blokes. It totally demystifies the whole penis thing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in fact, there are some tricks that are so moving, it will bring tears to your eyes. Literally. How does a man get so comfortable with himself? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We just never really had time to think about it. The screens just started getting bigger and bigger and bigger and there was a moment of clarity on stage once in the West End show and I turned around and looked at myself on the screen and I was looking at a pimple on my arse and it was 3 times the size of a football. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just important not to thinking about it too much and it will do your head in. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I have the most famous flaccid penis on earth!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Puppetry of the Penis â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with me, Ms Mandy Nolan as support, at Gold Coast Arts Centre on Wednesday, Ballina RSL on Friday and Lismore City Hall on Saturday, then for Byron viewers, you can check it out at the Hotel Great Northern on Thursday 2 November. Tix are available at the venues.

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THEATRE IS FOOD FOR KIDS Bright Lights Performance School is presenting their production Food Glorious Food. The show has a cast of 39 children from three local schools aged between 10 and 13 yrs. It is a fast-moving show with lots of fun, comedy and an array of dance styles suitable for all ages. The play is an original composition by Brian Dale and Lee Purdie focusing on food and super-heroes. The story developed initially from the imagination of Clea Pratt, one of our students. Performance will be held at Byron Community Centre Theatre Thursday @ 11am and 7.30pm and Friday @ 11am and 7.30pm Tickets $12 Adults $6 Students available at the door. Ph 0408 847 596.

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FALLING WITH GRACE Lismore Theatre Company presents Falling From Grace written by award-winning Australian playwright, Hannie Rayson. This production stars a number of actors from the Byron area. This passionate and witty Australian play deals with contemporary issues, featuring three professional women in their 40`s whose 7%$ friendship is about to be tested when conflict arises E over a medical scandal and an DALE THEATR CH RO | CE M GRA extra-marital affair. It opens FALLING RO 4(52 at the Rochdale Theatre in it. Buff bods, tight pants, these Lismore Wednesday October fellas will have you steaming up 25 and runs for 3 weekends so much you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to iron until November 11, including a for a month. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great girls matinee Saturday November night out â&#x20AC;&#x201C; perfect for a hensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 4. Tickets ( $15 and $12 conc) &2) night, a girly get together, or available from Caddies Bean even a treat for nanna. Sydney Shop in Lismore, 6621 7709. Hotshots will be performing at Bangalow Bowling & MALE STRIPPERS Sports Club on Wednesday 1 SOME LIKE IT HOT November. The show starts at Alright girls you know you want 7:30pm. Tickets $25 and can be 3!4 purchased from the venue Ph: 6687 1235.

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The Great Escape Get your big break at Escape at the Byron Entertainment Centre on Saturday 4th November. We have a double pass on offer, so email mandypow@echo.net.au with subject header â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;escapeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Ashes to Ashes We have a double pass giveaway to see Ash Grunwald at the Hotel Great Northern early November. Email â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ash meâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to mandypow@echo.net.au

DANCIN ESCAPE Escape is a funky Halloween full moon happening thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s one third live stage, one third dance party, one third multi-art experience. The lineup includes; Soma Rasa, Mission Ignition, Raz Bin Sam & The Lion I Band, Audun, Captain Kaine, Dave Basek, Dave C, Pob, Rub-A-Dub, Ruff Dimond, Tone Broker, Aqua, Beaver, Mister Misha, Sista Ray. If you get down early youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll catch Raz Bin Sam & The Lion I Band

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one of Byronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favourite live reggae dub outfits. Escape will also offer an outdoor chill space screening short films from the Byron Film Club early in the evening before converting later to a musical zone for all night party people. From mid evening Byron live act Mission Ignition get their groove on. With soulful vocals, funky grooves, house and breaks they delighted audiences at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Splendour â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tipi Forest, went on tour with Good Buddha and are playing at the Big Day Out. At midnight Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier live breaks act, Soma Rasa will hit the stage. Renowned live electronic music innovators, Soma Rasa have supported Carl Cox, Moby & the Chemical Brothers and played at every Big Day Out since 1999. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a hardcore dance freak youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be happy â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til the early morning with breaks, electro, tech and house from a wicked selection of Byron DJs and special guest, Audun. Escape will also feature evocative performances throughout the night including aerial from Circus Arts, Elements stilt walkers, stage, podium shows and dance floor action from Belladonna, Kazie Chic-Hop Sienna Moon & Suzy Leigh. Plus watch out for great visuals with a video and decor art team that includes, Spectacle Art and great sound by Ski Audio and Junkbeats who are shaping the rooms audio configuration

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on Saturday 4th November from 7pm to 7am at the Byron Entertainment Centre, 17 Centennial Drive, Byron Arts & Industry Estate. Mini-bus will be running to & from town.18+ only, B.Y.O strictly no glass. Tickets: first release $30 (+ bf), final release $35 (+bf) Byron Bay: All Vision & Music, Buddha Bar, Byron Style, Grooven. Mullumbimby: Penny Lane, Psy-Co

DEEP FUNK IN THE FOREST Funkey Forest Productions welcomes you back to the forest this Saturday the 28th, to the shireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most beautiful venue, Kohinur Hall, for a night of deep funk therapy, outrageously good vibes and rainforest fundraising. Deep Funk in the Forest is now a monthly event staged by three

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SUPER FREAKY KINKY The creators of Super Freaky Kinky and Freakreation now have joined forces to create a 3 Day Electronic Forest Festival on the 5,6 & 7th January at Gorge Station, Bonalbo, NSW. The new location provides a beautiful pristine festival site, with swimming holes and tranquil riverside camping, aside a lush tropical valley located only 2 hours drive from Byron Bay. DJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s include Tsuyoshi Suzuki, Isaac Tucker, Specktrum plus over 60 more

artists. Other attractions include an outdoor cinema, kids activities, circus and huge central chill area with markets and cafes. For more info check out www. superfreakykinky.info

PLAY> Play> this week goes through beats from old school to nu tech house. Thursday sees Rub A Dub Sound warming up with â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ina De Danceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sweet reggae music inna danchall stylee. This month sees to guests, Grapple â&#x20AC;&#x201C; originally from New Zealand & ex Basslines Crew and Absolute â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the ex-owner of the Tabernacle, home of the legendary reggae nights. On Saturday itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the Halloween/ Beltane Mask Party. Come dressed up as ghosts and goddesses to welcome summer where the venue will be transformed into a magic wonderland where the world and the spirit world merge. Music will be supplied by DJs Ms Skye and Rock Hardson. and live Sydney electro trio The Stick Figures. The Stick Figures play tech house laid over chunky drum programming and over the past few years, have been busy capturing the hearts and feet of Sydneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s club and festival crowds with their world class, live electro, house and techno sound.

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Crown land rent increases The financial viability of our community facilities could be in doubt following recent hikes in NSW Crown land rents.

The State Labor Government is jeopardising the future of community facilities in the Ballina Electorate by significantly increasing rent on Crown Land. Ballina Shire Council has recently received notification from the Department of Lands that the rent for the Crown Land on which the Ballina Public Library, Visitor Information Centre and Richmond Room are located will be substantially increased from the current figure of about $19,000 to $90,000 per annum - a 470 per cent increase. Following objections from the Council the Department of Lands agreed to reduce the revised rent to $45,000 per annum. This is simply not viable for the Council, which already outlays $810,000 per annum to provide these important facilities to the community.

must raise revenue purely to bolster the NSW Treasury, when Council paid half of the original acquisition costs of the land. Council is expending significant monies on building the community centre and the additional burden of paying a commercially based rent could seriously jeopardise the future of the community centre.

Ballina Shire Council has also been advised that in order for a planned, and very much needed, community centre at Williams Reserve at Lennox Head to go ahead, the centre must pay a commercially based rent to the NSW Government. This in itself is a ludicrous notion as a community centre is simply by nature not a profit raising development.

After wasting the proceeds of ten years of economic sunshine in NSW due to the property boom, this Labor Government is now charging exorbitant rents for community facilities. They have no regard for the importance of community facilities, their role in keeping communities together and the social benefits they provide.

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It must be noted that the initial request for the Government to acquire Williams Reserve as Crown Land in 1952 was made by the Council on behalf of the Lennox Head Progress and Ratepayers Association. The Department of Lands agreement was conditional on Council paying half the cost of the acquisition and all processing costs.

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So it comes as a cruel slap in the face to Ballina Shire ratepayers that they are now being told by the NSW Government the centre

I personally believe we should move to make the tenure of these sites, including Surf Life Saving Clubs, more secure. I’m concerned in the wake of Treasury’s moves to increase rent on Crown land, the flow on effects will be felt by increasing numbers of community facilities. I believe important community and volunteer facilities on Crown land should be protected and guaranteed tenure into the future.

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Casino to Murwillumbah Rail Line I have put the Casino to Murwillumbah rail line back on the NSW Parliament’s agenda, recently moving a motion to put trains back on the line. I put forward a motion that condemned the NSW Labor Government for axing the train and called on the Government to reinstate services on the line and commence the process of connecting the Casino to Murwillumbah line with the Queensland rail system. My motion also commended the thousands of North Coast residents who have continued to support the return of rail services on the line even though it is over two years since the NSW Labor Government axed services. Parliament will vote to support or not support the motion during the next Parliamentary sitting week. In my speech supporting the motion, I called on the NSW Labor Government to stop playing politics and put trains back on the line. The State Government closed down the line, it is a State Government responsibility to put services back on the line. The Liberal/Nationals Coalition policy is to put commuter services on the line. The Labor Government says it will cost $150 million over 5 years to put a train back on the track, maintain the line to a satisfactory standard, and replace all the bridges. Repairing all the bridges in not necessary. The PriceWaterhouseCoopers Report states almost two-thirds of bridges are in fair or good condition, not needing urgent upgrading. By overstating the cost and saying they won’t do anything unless the Federal Government contributes $75 million, the State Government is trying to paint themselves as being interested in doing something. The $75 million the State Labor Government says they have on the table would be sufficient to get trains running again and to cover annual maintenance costs. The NSW Labor Government should stop playing politics and just get on with putting trains back on our track!

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A recent survey I conducted of Ballina Electorate businesses has found 52 per cent of respondents believe skills shortages are negatively affecting their business.

Of the 44 per cent of responden apprentice in the last two years, were not satisfied with the appr

The survey also revealed 43 per cent of business owners have had difficulties recruiting employees for specific positions during the last 12 months.

Of those businesses, the area of employment in which the majority of difficulties (55 per cent) were experienced was skilled trades, followed by retail (15 per cent).

The skilled trades experiencing the greatest shortage of workers in the Ballina Electorate are hospitality, hairdressing, electrical, auto mechanics, security (locksmiths), carpentry, welding, plumbing, tiling and refrigeration.

Problems encountered during th included: difficulty in retaining of the apprenticeship (21%); the and joined another employer on (26%); cost of Workers Compen restrictions on the work appren years of their apprenticeship (24 apprentices (1%).

Of those businesses who have n the last two years, the main reas (32%), followed by the costs su

CountryLink Booking Fee In March this year, the NSW Labor Government introduced a booking fee for pensioners using their Pensioner Travel Vouchers for travel on CountryLink services. The new fee is equal to 15 per cent of the equivalent full adult fare or a minimum of $10 (whichever is greater) and is charged for each voucher used for the journey undertaken. As a result of this unfair fee, the number of pensioners using CountryLink services has fallen by 20% while raising more than $1 million in its first three months of operation. In addition, during the four months between March and July, the number of pensioners using their Pensioner Travel Vouchers has fallen by 36,000 compared with the same period last year. This booking fee has made train travel simply unaffordable for many pensioners and the NSW Liberal/Nationals Coalition’s policy is to abolish the booking fee to encourage people to travel by rail to help revive regional train services. Pensioners in the city can travel across the CityRail network for a dollar a day! Another cases of this Government disadvantaging country people.

Ballina By-pass Update The Federal and State Governments have announced RTA Operations has been awarded the $20 million contract to carry out the initial works on the Ballina By-pass, with work due to start next month. The pre-construction phase will involve the creation of earth embankments over the soft floodplain soils in areas along the bypass route. Initial earthworks will be carried out near Teven Road and Emigrant Creek at Cumbalum. Settlement of up to 4.5 metres is possible around the northern end of Emigrant Creek and up to three metres around Teven Road. The length of the approved Ballina By-pass will be 12.4 kilometres of divided carriageway, 6.6km shorter than the equivalent section of the existing Pacific Highway and will be of significant benefit to the Ballina community by removing traffic from the town. The Federal and State Governments announced in December last year the Ballina Bypass was fully funded and construction would start as soon as possible. I expect tenders to build and maintain the Ballina By-pass will be called in mid 2007. Also, as a result of the NSW Labor Government’s decision on the preferred route between Tintenbar and Ewingsdale, there will be no need to revisit the original Ballina By-pass route and approval.

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As the Member for Ballina, I am often invited to visit local schools to talk about our system of Government and current political issues. I have recently visited Teven-Tintenbar Public School (pictured), Bangalow Public School and Coorabell Public School.

Pacific Highway Compensation

Following the announcement of the preferred route for the Tintenbar to Ewingsdale section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, many residents affected by the selected route are in limbo until the Government offers to purchase their properties. In a recent speech to Parliament I have drawn the NSW Government’s attention to the need to ensure those affected are compensated in a compassionate and timely fashion. Under the current ‘Just Terms’ legislation, there is no obligation on the part of the State Government to compensate people affected by the preferred route until the Minister for Planning gives final planning approval. This Ministerial Approval can take several years because an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has to be done on the preferred route, submissions made on that EIS, a Representations Report has to be prepared on the submissions received on the EIS, which includes comments from other Government agencies. All of this could take years before the Minister for Planning can give Ministerial Approval. In the meantime those affected are effectively entombed in their properties. No one wants to buy their properties because they’re on the preferred route and yet they can’t force the RTA to acquire them until Ministerial approval has been given. It’s important people directly affected be able to get on with their lives. I believe in the interests of justice, the legislation needs to be amended so that landowners can access support from the legislation after the ‘preferred route’ has been identified within a reasonable timeframe if that is their wish. In addition, residents whose properties are not acquired but are nevertheless affected by the preferred route are generally not currently eligible for compensation. This problem is more difficult to solve but it needs to be addressed, as the indirect effects of the highway upgrade such as noise and emissions can adversely affect neighbouring properties.

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premiums (28%), no guarantee the apprentice will remain with the business once trained (22%) and the considerable outlay for limited initial return (16%).

As the NSW Liberal/Nationals Coalition Shadow Minister for Skills Development and Training, I will be using these survey results to assist in the finalisation of the Coalition’s policies to address the skills shortage. We have, however, already announced that the Coalition’s policy is to pay the cost of workers compensation premiums for apprentices, phased in over the first term in Government.

Thank you to all businesses owners who completed the survey and returned it to my office.

Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. It was a fantastic night with more than 300 people attending the black tie event. Thank you to the Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club for 100 years of keeping our beaches safe, thousands of voluntary hours and the many lives saved.

Pollies for Small Business

As part of the annual Pollie for Small Business week held recently, I was able to visit three different businesses operating in the Ballina area – Kimberley Kampers and Karavans in Ballina, Sailfish Marine/Catamarans in Alstonville and Headland Beach Resort in Lennox Head. These three thriving businesses show the strong diversity in business in the Ballina Electorate.

BALLINA YOUTH COUNCIL

The second meeting of the Ballina Youth Council was held recently. Representatives from Ballina Shire High Schools met with Ballina Shire Mayor Phil Silver and myself to discuss the issues affecting youth in the Ballina area. It was a very successful meeting and the third meeting of the Youth Council is planned for early in 2007.

The NSW Nationals Annual Conference The NSW Nationals held their Annual General Conference in Ballina recently, seeing more than 300 delegates visit our town. I gave the Deputy Leader’s speech in which I outlined the key elements of the North Coast policy. I also highlighted the need to development comprehensive policy initiatives to deal with the challenge of climate change.

Ballina Rehabilitation Unit It is vital we view the new $8 million 24-bed rehabilitation facility proposed for Ballina in a regional context. It’s also important our funding is not jeopardised because of parochial squabbles regarding its location. Currently there is no space at Lismore Base Hospital to put a new rehabilitation centre. Also Treasury won’t allow its construction on privately owned land at St Vincent’s Hospital in Lismore. A new private 66-bed rehabilitation and aged care facility is expected to open in Lismore by mid next year, where the North Coast Area Health Service have the option to purchase public beds. In addition rehabilitation beds will be retained in the Lismore area in the interim, and the North Coast Area Health Service states rehabilitation services at Lismore Base Hospital will be continued and expanded with Stage Three of the hospital’s redevelopment (24 beds have been included in the plans). We do need, however, to have a firm commitment from the State Government (which I have sought in Parliament) on these rehabilitation beds for Stage Three at Lismore Base. The location of the new facility at Ballina is based on good strategic planning, given it’s a regional facility. The catchment area for the Rehabilitation and Transitional Care Unit in Ballina includes Ballina, Kyogle, Lismore, Casino, Richmond Valley, Byron and northern Maclean. The predominant users of rehabilitation services are people aged over 55 years. Over the next ten years to 2016, Ballina is projected to have an increase in this age group of 35 per cent. Other areas on the coastal strip are projected to have even higher growth rates of the over 55 population such as Byron at 57 per cent. It would be a tragedy for our region if, because of local squabbles, the $8 million rehabilitation unit at Ballina is lost. In addition, the North Coast Area Health Service will also be preparing a Master Plan for the redevelopment of the Ballina Hospital site. A committee will be established to oversee the development of the Master Plan, which will be the starting point for future development at Ballina District Hospital. The plan will identify what will be needed over the next 15 to 20 years, e.g. how many beds will be needed and what services need expanding. The Area Health Service expects the Master Plan will be completed in early 2007.

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David Suzuki & our environment

Along with hundreds of other North Coast residents I recently had the opportunity to hear world-renowned scientist and environmentalist David Suzuki’s last speaking tour of Australia. His dedication to protecting the environment is inspirational and we can all learn something from his wealth of knowledge. The world can no longer ignore climate change and global warming. We need to work together to protect our environment by focusing on more renewable energy, moving away from the high-consumption lifestyle and embracing sustainability. In doing so we will not only address global warming, we are likely as individuals to be happier.


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COASTAL CONNECTION Police I am able to advise police numbers in the Ballina Electorate have been given a slight boost. This month, two officers will be stationed at Alstonville Police Station. These officers will generally not be diverted to Ballina. In addition, Ballina Police Station will be receiving an extra police car and two more officers. Ballina is a very busy Police Station and the extra car and officers will certainly aid in the police’s ability to respond quickly to incidents.

Brunswick Heads website I was recently able to be the first to activate a hyperlink to the newly developed Brunswick Heads website - www.brunswickheads.org.au now includes a direct link to my website www.donpage.com.au The Brunswick Heads website featured all the elements of the unique and beautiful coastal town, with hints on where to stay and where to eat, to all the interesting places and events found throughout Brunswick Heads. There is also information about local community groups, services and facilities. Community groups and businesses also have the opportunity to hyperlink to the new Brunswick Heads website. This website is a credit to the Brunswick Heads Community Project Office and those behind the ‘Brunswick Heads Simple Pleasures’ campaign. Brunswick Heads is now well and truly on the international map.

Byron Central Hospital Update I am able to advise the Committee overseeing the acquisition of land for the new Byron Central Hospital is actively considering three site options in the Byron Shire, with a view to a recommendation being made for the preferred site. The Byron Shire Central Hospital is part of the ‘one coastal hospital on two campuses’ concept and will complement the planned expansion of services at Ballina Hospital. The new Byron Central Hospital will include an accident and emergency department, an outreach rehabilitation unit, maternity services and private and public same day surgery arrangements. Planning for this project has been underway since 2003. Following the acquisition of a suitable site (which should be soon) the project will move into the construction design phase and undergo a procurement study.

Community Colleges I recently was able to announce the NSW Liberal/Nationals Coalition policy is to reinstate funding for Community Colleges back to 200203 levels of $10.3 million a year. This will be done with incremental increases of $2 million per year between 2007/08 and 2009/10. The Ballina Electorate is home to several Community Colleges, all of which are being underfunded by the current Labor Government. Over the past four years however, the Labor Government has halved the funding for Community Colleges to $4.3 million this financial year. The sector now comprises only 0.04% of the State education budget yet provides a crucial educational and societal service to hundreds of thousands of people. Community Colleges are a vital element of our education system and deserve to be funded as such.

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Under the State Constitution Act, electoral boundaries must be reviewed after two elections have been conducted using the same electoral boundaries. As a result, the NSW electoral boundaries including the Ballina Electorate have been redrawn to take into account population movements and growth. There are currently 4,276,695 electors in NSW and 93 seats in the Legislative Assembly. The new boundaries have therefore been redrawn to contain approximately 48,344 electors and will take effect in March 2007 at the NSW general election. Until this date the Ballina Electorate will remain as it is currently. Generally, the northern boundary of the Ballina Electorate has been moved southwards to just north of Ocean Shores so that Pottsville will become part of the Tweed Electorate. The southern boundary has been moved further south so that Wardell will once again be part of the Ballina Electorate.

Marine Parks The NSW Liberal/Nationals Coalition’s policy is to review the Operational and Zoning Plans in all Marine Parks that have been gazetted, including the Cape Byron Marine Park. Whilst the Coalition does generally support Marine Parks, several current issues need to be addressed as part of the review, including some of the restrictions on recreational fishers and walking dogs on beaches. The Coalition’s policy is to also amend the Marine Parks Act to ensure there is public consultation about Marine Parks, their boundaries and their Operational and Zoning Plans before the Marine Park is gazetted, and to make it a requirement that the Minister responsible for Marine Parks actually takes into consideration community submissions before approving Operational and Zoning Plans.

Information and services available from my office

As a State Member, my office is able to provide a range of services and detailed information on a variety of topics, including: • NSW Seniors Card applications and NSW Seniors Card Discount Directories • Justice of the Peace application forms • Congratulatory messages for certain birthdays and wedding anniversaries • How to correctly prepare a petition for tabling in State Parliament • Details of Government grants and funding opportunities • Enrolling to vote and changing your address on the Electoral Roll • Details of public holidays and daylight saving • Supply of State Flags to approved community organisations • State Representative Certificates for people who represent NSW in various competitive fields • NSW Remembers Certificates for World War II Veterans • Information and assistance with any State Government matter

AS YOUR NSW PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVE I can assist you with matters administered by NSW State Government Departments. The following are just some of the areas of responsibility of the NSW Government. • Aboriginal Affairs • Ageing and Disability Services • Agriculture • Arts • Community Services • Energy • Fair Trading • Fisheries • Gaming and Racing • Housing • Main Roads and Transport • National Parks • Natural Resources • Planning • Police (Law and Order) • Public Hospitals • Regional Development • School Education and TAFE • Small Business • Sport and Recreation • State Forests • Tourism

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Contact Don Page and his staff, Toni and Bree, by calling 6686 7522 or email: don.page@parliament.nsw.gov.au or dropping into Suite 1, 7 Moon St Ballina or writing to PO Box 1018 Ballina, NSW 2478

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YOUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;RE INVITED TO HELP US MOBILISE THIS! Byron Youth Services is inviting members of the community to attend our workshop sessions on Friday, October 27, 9:30 to 4:30pm. This event will be showcasing some of the latest mobile and online e-learning platforms and how they are being used to engage youth in both formal and informal educational settings. There will be live music, great food, and plenty of informative discussion. Come and find out about mobile initiatives and mobile education, urban gaming, podcasting, MySpace and heaps more! The workshop is free to attend. OKA The OKA dance vibe is infectious, powerful and inspiring with traditional rhythms of the Yadaki (didgeridoo) weaving

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a good idea to get as much unfinished business sorted as you can manage before the weekend â&#x20AC;&#x201C; because with Mercury doing its usual three week retrograde everything tends to get doubly difficult and take twice as longâ&#x20AC;Ś ARIES: With Mars and Venus installed in Scorpio you know what you want, and let others know what to expect if they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t cooperate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mars talking. Let Venus the sweetener tell them whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in it for them â&#x20AC;&#x201C; what they have to gain from meeting your expectations. TAURUS: A convivial, stimulating, emotionally taxing week which could push you to commit to something you know needs a lot more thought and consideration. If purposeful people wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take no for an answer, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a Tauran â&#x20AC;&#x201C; you know how to say back off. GEMINI: Like Joni Mitchell singing You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know what you got till itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gone, this week

throughout pumping electronic beats, vocals, exotic woodwinds, world percussion. Triple J reported OKAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bellingen Global Carnival performance as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the freshest gig of the year!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Having just returned from their third successful Canadian tour, and also performing in Singapore and New Zealandâ&#x20AC;Ś they have the world in their sights. Catch them at Coorabell on the 28th. LENNOX HAIR Since last December four hairdressers have pooled their resources and expertise to work at Lennox Hair and have been wonderfully supported by the Lennox community. Because our Byron clientele is growing we need to let them know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening; such as a rare half price Colour Sale (see ad). We have a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;tiered hair-cut pricingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; system competitively ranging from $30

takes the Libran velvet glove off the Scorpio iron fist. A week of drama and power plays, in which something that at first seems highly desirable could carry a sting in its tail. CANCER: If you ever wanted to let go of something, cut the ties, walk away and make a new start, this week gives you plenty of strong backup in making the hard choices â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and sticking to them. Same goes for small and meaningful as well as large and radical changesâ&#x20AC;Ś LEO: Feel like youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re being awfully neglected, puss? And thinking thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bad thing? Thank your lucky Leo stars. Because if this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s people arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ignoring you theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be trying to organise you, improve you and suggesting youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d better shape up, or else. VIRGO: Virgos are self stressers, which means you can always stop, let the pressure off, relax the quality controlling. If this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s energy stimulates a burning desire to make changes, check in with those theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to affect. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re likely to have ideas of their own.

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LOST IN SPICE The new expanded edition of the classic Spice Notes and Recipes by Ian Hemphill with recipes By Kate Hemphill will be published this November by Macmillan Publishers Australia, priced at $59.95 hardcover. With over 60 delectable new recipes from Ianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s daughter, Kate, herb and spice mixes for the home cook, and the last word on all the herbs and spices used in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cooking, Spice Notes and Recipes is the master work from Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier spice expert. Ian (aka Herbie) gives a detailed breakdown of how various spices blend together to create the ethnic cuisines that now dominate Australian kitchens and takes us on a tantalising tour of the cultures that have been formed by the influences of the ancient spice trade. Spice Notes and Recipes is the complete compendium of herbs and spices for every kitchen. Ian Hemphill has spent his life surrounded by herbs and spices, with his parents John and Rosemary Hemphill pioneering the appreciation of herbs and spices in Australia in the 1950s. He has worked in nearly every aspect of the industry. With his wife Elizabeth he now shares his extensive knowledge with customers at their Sydney shop, Herbieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Spices. Ian conducts spice appreciation classes, has presented a segment about herbs on Channel 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Surprise Chef and is a regular guest with Simon Marnie on ABC radio 702. Herbie also fits in guest spots on various radio and TV programs. His previous books for Pan Macmillan are Herbaceous, Spice Notes and Spice Travels. His website is www.herbies.com.au. Kate Hemphill was born in 1974, daughter of Ian and Elizabeth. After leaving school she had a successful career in advertising and marketing, while harbouring love and affection for all things culinary. Kate moved to the UK in 2000 to work and travel. In 2003 she trained at Leithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Food and Wine, and since graduating has worked as a chef, food writer and home economist. She has represented Herbieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Spices in the UK since they began exporting to that market in 2003. Kateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cooking revolves around herbs and spices and their many uses and applications to a variety of foods.

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Which I do for both of us: her gnocchi with seared scallops and my smoked salmon for starters, then her snapper with prawn cannelloni and my olive-crusted salmon on polenta. This is my birthday treat for her, a fortnight too early but I am only in Canberra for several days. We have not seen each other in the eighteen months since my last visit here; well into her seventies now, my mother looks smaller every time I so rarely see her. I cast around in my mind for a safe topic to describe my distant far north coast life, and settle for an account of our recent move to the larger more luxurious office, with an exciting new computer thrown in which, furthermore, enables me access to non-stop music all day long via iTunes. She is bored beyond belief, though responds politely enough, and then we are rescued by the arrival of the entrees. Hers a tomatoey puddle supporting a perfect circle of same-sized gnocchi and scallops; mine a drape of wafer-fine pepper-specked salmon slices and three sweet discs of buckwheat pancake. We move on to what is surely one of the safest topics of them all, which is food. 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I can see her face changing into the wounded brooding expression I know so well, the face of a woman who rarely requires correction. I can also see how our lovely evening is sliding away from us, sinking into a snippy disagreement over something unimportant. She tells me, head still lowered dangerously over her plate, that she knew all that, that she had read Len Deighton who had introduced her to the modern way of all things culinary. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Len Deighton!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I am unable to stop myself, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hardly modern â&#x20AC;&#x201C; look at people like Jamie Oliver â&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and I know as soon as I mention the name that he would be one of the many people she would automatically despise, if only for his celebrity. The waiter seems to know when our tableâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tension needs to be thinned out with the clatter of crockery, the pouring of wine. Our main meals are before us, looking like photographs from a food magazine, and for a while we eat and enthuse and admire. I want us to slow down, to order more wine, to slip into the easy intimacy we had the previous evening at home when she had served a cosy casserole and we had drunk too much and not stopped talking. Instead she has bolted down her snapper and the neat cylinder of cannelloni and is asking me if we are going to have pudding, and I am thinking that we have been in the restaurant barely forty minutes and it is nearly so unsatisfactorily over. After my cheese plate and her orange pannacotta we are back outside in the mild evening air, looking for a taxi that never comes. And so we walk home, me adjusting my pace to her slower one. I am fighting feelings of anger and for several blocks am unable to talk. We seem to have had this difficult, intense relationship my entire life â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and yet I know how much we love each other. Maybe we are simply too alike. 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MOVIE REVIEWS UNFOLDING FLORENCE Florence Boadhurst was a remarkable woman by any measure. Born in a hut in outback Queensland, she squeezed into half a life what most of us might never achieve in a dozen incarnations. Actress, artist and singer, seller of secondhand goods and trucks, traveller to China and India and uninhibited lover. And she did all that before happening on her true gift as a designer and manufacturer of wallpaper. Gillian Armstrongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s documentary, originally intended for television, has been extended to movie length through the sheer bulk of material and the expertise of screenwriter Katherine Thomson in telling the story. The mystery surrounding Florenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brutal murder in 1977, aged 78, is not delved into as much as an audience weaned on juicy screen homicide might like, and perhaps too much time is given to talking heads by way of giving credence to the intimate recollections of the living. Archives, animation and stagy re-enactments are adroitly used, but just as intriguing is how it reveals our cultural schizophrenia. We criticise Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ignorance of its artists, yet Florence,

who craved the limelight and believed centre-stage to be her rightful place, vigorously denied her origins in order to impress society and further her career. John Campbell

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DAVID ROBINSON House plans and extensions....................................... 66858114 or 0419 880048 DAVIS YEE ARCHITECTS House plans, renovations www.davisyee.com .............................. 66870606 DEIRDRE J GORRIE Residential design & drafting................................................................. 66771523 EXPANDESIGN Houses, shops & renovations. Alok W Eggenberger ...................................... 66847180 GARDEN DESIGN, FENG SHUI & LANDSCAPE PLANS Lyn Ruming ... 0428 884329 or 66857756

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THE PRINTER & CARTRIDGE SPECIALIST YOUR ONE STOP SHOP INKY ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS BUSINESS 19 Tasman Way, Byron Arts & Industry Estate 6680 7776 INKS LASERS FAXES REPAIRS SALES

ACCOUNTANT Paul Mayberry ................................................................................................ 66847415

HEALTH ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE Dr Adam Osborne .................................... 66857366 ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE M Collis .................................................... 66857001 ACUPUNCTURE & CHINESE AYERVEDIC HERBS House of Wellbeing, Kim Kilgariff......... 66858538 ACUPUNCTURE FOR ANIMALS Brigid Beckett ...............................................................0431 702560 ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE Postural re-education for pain, stress/dysfunction. M. Hayes ..... 66809770

ACCOUNTANT HUDSON MATTHEWS MANAGEMENT SERVICES ............................... 66858129

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST Paula Thomas, Bangalow .....................................................0407 312338

BOOKKEEPING MYOB Tuition / Shoebox & chequebook .......................... Claire Wigley 0422 190277

ACCENT COLOR THE LAMINATING SHOP ......................................................................... 66856236

COUNSELLOR in Mullumbimby on Mondays with Felicity ................................................0400 050437

MYOB PROBLEMS? Setup, training, 16 years experience. 1st session free............................ 66856718

ARC DE ARTE Creating conceptual designs ............................................................................ 66855491

CRANIOSACRAL BALANCING Najma Ahern, Practitioner, Tutor & Trainer .......................... 66846444

MYOB & QUICKBOOKS Bookkeeping specialist. P. Wells...................................................... 66849482

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APPLECORE SOLUTIONS Apple Macintosh help and sales ...............................Dean Pirera 66870653

BYRON OSTEOPATHIC CARE Eve Schoenheimer & Jodie Jacobs......................................... 66807575

BRUNSWICK HEADS OSTEOPATHY Sue Broadbent, Mon - Fri ........................................... 66851126

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MAKE UP ARTIST Weddings & special events, Sabine Hellfaier........................................0422 752264

MICHAEL SCHWAGER Chiropractor 108 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ........................................ 66841962 MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC Karl Wedeman & Brent Verco. 110 Dalley St ............................... 66841028

DENTISTS BYRON DENTAL SURGERY Mercury-free restorations ......................................................... 66807774

FULFILLMENT SERVICES CD/DVD PRINTING & DUPLICATING SERVICES Also: shrink wrapping, laminating up to A3.66808070

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BILLINUDGEL CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 7/1 Wilfred St, Billinudgel ........................... 66803444

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HAIKU FRAMING & DESIGN 144 Jonson St, Byron Bay ....................................................... 66807891

PASSION@FLOWERS Byron Bay. Fresh flowers, weddings. Interflora member ..................... 66855209

PICTURE FRAMING Bill Veale ................................................................................................ 66842262

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BYRON ART SUPPLIES & PICTURE FRAMING 3/97 Centennial Circuit............................. 66808010

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ALLURE BODYWAXING Please call Shauna.....................................................................0403 417508

LOWER CLARENCE SEWING MACHINES & OVERLOCKER SERVICE ............................ 66452905

BANGALOW HAIR Hair specialists ......................................................................................... 66871888

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EDGE HAIRDRESSING Award winning salon. Open 6 days & Thursday nights ..................... 66858391

BILLINUDGEL/OCEAN SHORES VET HOSPITAL Jon Hollingworth, Russell Grigg............. 66803480

SHAMPOO HAIR STUDIO Byron Bay .................................................................................... 66809656

BYRON BAY VET CLINIC 1/70 Centennial Cct. Rowen Trevor-Jones ..................................... 66856899

SPRAY TAN â&#x20AC;&#x201C; BRONZED BYRON BABES ............................................... 0432 533680 or 66809356

MULLUMBIMBY VET CLINIC Dr Neil Farquhar and Dr Richard Gregory .............................. 66843818

THEREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ALWAYS MORE Hair & beauty Byron Bay. Redken & Dermalogica ........................ 66807922

SUFFOLK PARK VET CLINIC Michael Cumpston .................................................................. 66853696


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Classified Ads INDEX Agistment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Annual General Meetings . . . .41 Art & Artisans . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Births . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Business For Sale . . . . . . . . . .43 Business Opportunity. . . . . . . .43 Bus Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Caravans For Sale . . . . . . . . . .43 Car Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Church Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Computers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 For Hire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 For Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Garage Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Halls For Hire . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Health Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Holiday Accommodation . . . . .43 Houses For Sale . . . . . . . . . . .43 House Sit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 House Swap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 In Memoriam . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Land For Sale. . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Lost & Found . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Motor Bikes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Motor Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Musical Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Only Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Pets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Pets of the Week . . . . . . . . . . .45 Positions Vacant . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Property For Sale . . . . . . . . . . .43 Public Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Share Accommodation . . . . . .44 Short Term Accommodation . .43 Social Escorts . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Thank You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 To Lease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 To Let . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Tractor Repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Tradework . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Tree Lopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Wanted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Wanted To Rent . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Work Wanted . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

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8.30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2pm Monday 9am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5pm Tuesday to Friday

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Cash, cheque or credit card â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bankcard, Mastercard or Visa.

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Prepayment required for: Garage Sales, Share Accommodation, Wanted to Rent and Work Wanted classifications

12pm Monday for display ads

$3.50 for each extra line

Mullumbimby â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Village Way, Stuart St Byron Bay â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 95 Jonson St

2pm Monday for line ads Account enquiries phone 6685 5222

FOR CLASSIFIEDS THAT WORK ALL WEEK SUBSCRIBE TO THE ECHO If you want to be sure of your copy each week, or if you have a friend whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to keep up with The Echo, why not send a subscription? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $30 per quarter or $110 per year, post included. Write to Village Way, Stuart St, Mullumbimby 2482. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; CLASSIFIEDS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Can be booked any time during business hours Monday to Friday by phoning 6684 1777. Please be very clear about what you want to have printed in your ad. Our Echo staff will read your ad back to you. Please help us by making sure we have correct details and phone numbers. Please have credit card ready for Garage Sales, To Share, Wanted To Rent and Work Wanted.

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Rickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s windows, new $200 ea. 0419735902 from $150 + delivery. Ph 0412609519 See back page advertisement. Vac Shack 66805148, 0421902454 CANE LOUNGE 1 x 3 seater & 2 x 1 PINE SIDEBOARD with hutch, 3 door, NEED ANOTHER CAR? seat, 1 foot stool cane with cushion, 2 distressed look $200. Ph 66847566 Let me get the value and reliability to burgundy velvet lounge chairs, 1 small TIMBER chest of drawers $180, 2 x match your needs. 25 years experiAll sizes. Direct salesâ&#x20AC;Ś save $$$ kitchen table. Phone 66851368 single bed base $25 each. 66808140 ence in sourcing better cars for buyers. Sunshadow Latex. 66841263 Barry Reddell 0427667177/66804440 CARPET MATS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from 50 cents each WANTED PEUGEOT 505 STI â&#x20AC;&#x2122;84 auto, air-con, at Ray Towers Carpets, Mullumbimby Beautiful carved teak daybed 2m x Industrial Estate. 1.65m x 1.1m $2800 ono. 0417427518 WANTED: ANTIQUES, GOOD USED p/steer & windows, runs well, body & mech good, no rust, reg 4/07 $1150 LATTICE BRAND NEW big BBQ never used, 8 FURNITURE Clean double & queen ono. Ph 66854565 or 0404611428 size beds. Bridg lands Mby 66842511. FACTORY PRICES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; MADE TO SIZE seat timber dining setting, 3 seater club Phone 66801700 lounge & 2 chairs, queen mattress & RECORD COLLECTIONS 1950-2000 KOMBI Poptop, body & mechanicals restored 2yrs, Subaru motor under wâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ty, base exc cond, 2 x single beds, double Rock, Jazz, Blues. 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Phone 0402639822 CARPET OFFCUTS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lots of sizes ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in www.rainbowtipis.com.au and prices at Ray Towers Carpets, TOYOTA LITEACE â&#x20AC;&#x2122;83 window van, this section must be paid by credit card Yurts â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0415303573 Mullumbimby Industrial Estate. goes well, unreg, MJV092 $400 ono. or in person at time of placement. www.bambooyurts.com.au Phone Joseph 66840234 COMMERCIAL FRIDGE 2 door stainSUNRISE kitchen & living ware, 12/1 less steel exc cond $1200. 66884440 VOLVO station wagon â&#x20AC;&#x2122;88 250GL Belongil Crt, Saturday from 9am. extremely reliable, well maint mechaniENAMEL BATH TUB + cement tubs, T&G from $1.50/lm. 0411482365 EUREKA 227 Goremans Rd, PS2, cally $2800 ono. Phone 66871975 best offer. Phone 66841526 BEDS, TABLES, CHAIRS, DESKS etc coffee machine, caravan, gelati maker, pool table & lots lots more, Sat 8am. 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HOLIDAY ACCOM. WATERFRONT 4 Star Brunswick f-f 1 & 2br luxury apartments. Ph 66851631 THE LOST VALLEY LODGE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; retreat & relax in style. Phone 66840184 4BR HOUSE f-furn close to beach, avail Nov, Dec, Jan. Email: byron busker@linknet.com.au for details. RAINFOREST RETREAT 3 bedroom contemporary home in Byron hinterland, avail from 16th Dec to 23rd Jan, 20 acres, gorgeous creek & swimming pole, lush gardens. 66840231 BYRON CENTRAL quiet, fully selfcontained unit. Phone 66855727 BEAUTIFUL architect designed home near Mullum, with decks and views to lighthouse, available Jan 7/07 for 1 or 2 weeks. Phone 66841313

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BYRON CENTRAL great 1br garden RESTAURANT IN BRUNSWICK flat, fully-furnished, self-contained, HEADS. Indoor/outdoor, opposite river. decks, 2 blocks main beach, 1 shops Phone 0421480111 $350pw inclusive. Phone 66855293 THE JUICE KOMBI BYRON BAY, 2 BYRON CENTRAL choice of 3 rooms Juice Kombies, growing business, good from $130pw, fully-furnished, ideal n/s lease, 3 markets/month, approved in 4 tourist/student. Phone 66856560 shires $125,000. Phone 0423725422 CENTRAL BYRON f-furn s-cont stuMULLUMBIMBY profitable fruit & veg dio, walk to town & beach, n/s single bus, good location, great clientele $250pw incl. Phone 0411405170 $119,000. Ph 66841007 or view at: no STUDIO Byron CBD, clean, quiet agentproperty.com.au listing no 5229 $160pw. Phone 0409062074 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;JUICE IT UP BABYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! BYRON CBD 2br flat to rent for Dec, The Juice Bus: yellow psychedelic Jan $250pw. Phone 0427367409 converted pop top Kombie. Juice & frozen smoothies, 6 commercial BRUNS, BAYSIDE f-furn 3br house, juicers/smoothie blenders, huge fenced yard, quiet area $320pw exp freezer/fridge/generator. All menus incl, avail mid-Nov 10 weeks. Ph freshly printed. Be independent, great 66850056, no pets, children welcome. business $45,000. 0403204644 BANGALOW 3br 2 bath spacious house HAIRDRESSING SALON fixtures & DLUG $380pw neg. 0410588048 fittings for sale, long lease. 1/27 Byron St, Byron Bay $18,000. 0431480777 BYRON BAY to share with 1, central location, 3br house, 5-8 weeks offer single $220pw or couple $300pw, bills BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY incl. Hurry up! Mobile 0430119090, phone 66809166 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Oren. WARNING The Department of Fair Trading has SPACIOUS HOME to share, peaceful warned people to be very careful sanctuary overlooking nature reserve about responding to advertisements $125pw d/f, n/s. Phone 66859911 offering work at home. Readers should be wary if you are asked to pay money upfront for employment opportuniHOUSE SIT ties and never send money to a post HOUSE/PET SITTER avail Nov on, ref office box. & police check. Phone 0404863353 MOTHERS & OTHERS. Looking for 10 people who would like to earn $500- RELIABLE hâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sitter avail, exc refs, local, $1500/month working at home on the experienced. Ph Danielle 0402432395 internet. www.dreamin-of-success.info

ANYONE CAN DO THIS. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m working 9 HERITAGE PLACE, Byron Hills, 8am 2001 HOLDEN RODEO dual dab V6 at home earning $1500+ part-time. Saturday, combined sale, huge variety. auto, air, p/s, tradesman/family car Phone (02) 62880014 or go to www. $13,900 ono. Phone 0411207072 twinklemoney4u.com TOYOTA COROLLA 4WD station CARAVANS FOR SALE $$$ wagon â&#x20AC;&#x2122;88 model, unreg, needs new Earn $3500 + travel CARAVAN 19 FOOT clean, renovated, engine but worth fixing $300 ono. www.clubfreedom.biz/sapphire2 elect, VGC $1450. Phone 0432394354 Phone 0410528615, 66844320 ECHO CLASSIFIEDS ON-SITE CARAVAN 28 foot Viscount, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;95 SUZUKI VITARA 4 door hard top, PHONE 66841777 rigid annexe, bathroom, self-con- 5 speed, air-con, power steer, clean & tained, paved, carport, fridge, stove, tidy, 6 months rego $7000. 66850255 carpet throughout $36,000 ono, safe, PROPERTY FOR SALE quiet, Byron Bay. Phone 66857378 or 66855824

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EWINGSDALE huge beautiful home, share with 2 creative professionals $120pw + bond. Phone Shane 66847455, Alan 66843038 BYRON 2 rooms close to beach & town $140pw/$150pw includes bills. Phone 0438228152 LARGE furn room with ensuite, own deck & entrance in peaceful tranquil high-set home Mullum, suit quiet working n/s couple/single. Phone 66844941 LUXURY APARTMENT 4ks Byron, long or short term $175pw. 0414187088 BYRON small room in quiet, leafy, timber home, peaceful, loving, n/s, d/f household, medium-long term $90pw + bills. Phone 66809190

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FOUND: border collie, B&W, broken chain, good nature. Ph 66870711 PLEASE HELP Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a black sharpi x, small ears & cute curley tail that sits over my back, I was last at my home, 538 The Pocket Road (opp school) on Friday 20 Oct. My name is Jade & I would dearly like somebody to find me. Please anybody anytime any info phone my very loving & distraught family 66845081 or Billi Vet 66803480.

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BYRON AREA 0421401775

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The skies over Brunswick Heads will be awash with colour on Sunday November 5 the for Brunswick Heads Kites and Bikes Festival. Kites fliers are invited to attend and let their kites rip for the fifth annual festival. This year’s kite program will see Michael Richards, of Kite Magic and Festival of the Winds fame, bring out some of the world’s biggest kites. Among them will be a Romeo, a 27 metre long octopus, Sydney, a 25

How many of you are familiar with that sinking feeling when you drive into Mullumbimby on what you think is a normal workday morning only to be set upon by dozens of crazily clad teenagers wielding money buckets and you realise that you’ve completely forgotten that it’s muck up day? Well you’re in luck; the Year 12 students at Mullumbimby High School certainly haven’t forgotten

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metre trilobite and other surprise colossal creatures in the oceanic theme. A display of giant sea creatures will adorn the footbridge, sponsored by the Terrace Caravan Park, while a wind garden of windsocks, kite feathers and twirling colour will decorate the pine trees next to the road bridge on Mullumbimbi Street, courtesy of Earth Energy. Queensland Kite Flyers Association will attend from Brisbane, flying Indian to the following walks. Saturday October 28 Mt Ernest traverse, hard, for experienced walkers only. Contact Neil 6683 4524. Saturday November 4 Mt Glennie, medium, requires some fitness. Contact Bert 6686 8834. Saturday November 11 Border Ranges-Gradys Creek to Point Lookout and return, medium, requires some fitness. Contact Neil 6683 4524.

at the door: adults $10, conc $8, students $5, primary children free.

Women’s support group Every Thursday 10am to noon at the CWA room, Park Street behind Brunswick Heads Public School. Come along and be a part of a wonderful new group available to all women.

Mt Nathan Winery Autumn Club Byron Bay Senior Citizens will host a bus trip to Mt Nathan Winery for bbq and other attractions on Thursday November 16. For booking call Noelene 6685 1278, Ruth 6685 6278, Phyll 6685 7723.

Rock and Roll Meeting Update The Rock and Roll Social Group will meet 7pm Thurs October 26 at Mullum RSL. For info call Debra 6684 1691.

and are upholding the tradition of collecting money for local charities. Then follows the panic as you rummage around looking for loose change. Well panic not, these kids will accept notes as well as coins! The north coast community – and that includes you – has once again demonstrated its generosity and shown that community spirit is alive and well and living in

Mullumbimby by contributing to a record total this year of $4420.45 to be shared between the Wetpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter and the Rural Bushfire Brigade which will divide its share of the spoils between the four local stations. So a deeply heartfelt thanks goes to all of you who got into the spirit of things by giving so generously from both the Firies and the Helicopter Service.

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items will be donated to the rate motor vehicle crashes St Vincent de Paul Society occurred on the affected for distribution in their road. Following information Richmond/Tweed Regional Christmas Food Hampers. from witnesses and extensive Library will be having an investigations by local police, amnesty on overdue fines, a 59-year-old Helensvale commencing on Wednesday, (QLD) man has been 1 November 2006. The amnesty applies to overdue Police have charged a truck charged over the incident. He is facing charges of fines owing on anyone’s card driver with leaving the scene who visits the library during of an oil spill near Byron Bay allowing oil/grease to spill onto the roadway and makNovember. The amnesty will earlier this year. A large waste oil spill ing false entries in his log run for the whole month and therefore will finish Thurs- occurred on the Lismore to book. Bangalow Road on Thursday He’ll appear at day, 30 November. R i c h m o n d / T w e e d May 18, which covered Mullumbimby Local Court Regional Library staff will be approximately six kilometres on November 30. The RTA and Council will collecting non perishable of the westbound lane. The food items instead of money truck which spilt the oil left be seeking compensation for these late fines, and then the scene and during the when the matter is before the these non perishable food next 15 minutes seven sepa- court.

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Next meeting of the Byron Bay Community Safety Committee (New Years Eve) is to be held on Wednesday October 25 in the Training Room at Byron Shire Council’s Depot, Bayshore Drive, Byron Bay commencing at 6pm. Invitation is extended to any interested person to attend this meeting to assist in the management of the Last chance to see new years eve event. Any Jupiter! questions can be directed to Free first quarter astronomy Ann McLean 6685 9340 event, the Cosmic Couple, BH. Marie and Philip, will be at Mixed Probus Club Byron Bay on Sunday OctoNext meeting of Byron Bay ber 29 to view the Luna crabranch will be on Thursday ters and mountains, Jupiter’s October 26 at 9.30am at the moons and learn about the Byron Bowling Club. upcoming Transit of MerSpeaker will be Professor cury. Join them about Colleen Cartwright, topic: 6.30pm EDST at Bay Street ageing. Visitors most wel- just along from the surf club. come. Enquiries 6680 If cloudy they will try again on Monday at Byron Bay 7390. High School. Details 6680 Pranic healing 2448, www.starrynight.com. A free information night is au being held for all people interested in learning more Green landscaping about energy healing. Did Vacancies still exist in Byron you know your hands can Youth Service’s free landheal? Thursday October 26 scaping course teaching starts 7pm at Ambaji, 6 Mar- young people how to design, vell Street, Byron Bay. This cost and build environmenfun and informative evening tally friendly landscape includes a powerful medita- designs. Some of the skills tion for self and planetary taught will include sustainahealing. Enquiries BJ 0403 ble land, energy and water use, landscape design, pav847 814. ing and brick construction, Reclaim the night plant knowledge, woodwork The Lismore & District and wood carving. The Women’s Health Centre is course will also include field providing free transport to trips to environmental and the rally in Byron Bay on landscaping sites and use Friday October 27. Mini hands-on projects to teach buses will leave Lismore skills. This course runs two from 4.30pm onwards. To days a week at the Byron reserve a place please phone YAC. If you are 15 to 24, unemployed and have not 6621 9800. Year 12 then call Main Arm Resident’s completed Simon 6685 7777 for Assoc Inc details. Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday Fine music night November 4, 2006 at Main Madrigals, Mozart and more Arm General Store from by two local groups, Spirit 3pm. Nominations for posi- Song 2, a Ballina-Lennox tions are to be in to Secre- based vocal group, and Amatary no later than 7 days tori, a vocal and instrumental ensemble from prior to the meeting date. Mullumbimby on Monday Bushwalkers club November 7 at 7.30pm at Northern Rivers branch the All Souls Anglican invites prospective members Church, Bangalow. Tickets

Dancing Kites, trick/quad line flyers and kite buggies. Kite surfer Jason Golding of Wind ‘n Water will present kite surfing demos at the beach from 9am to 1pm. Kids can get involved in the action by making and then decorating their own kite at the Housie Shed (Banner Park) from 9.30am to 2.30pm for $7, before attending the learners paddock in Banner Park. For festival enquiries call Lanie on 6677 1661.

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U3A Brunswick Valley October 31 Bill Tweedie will talk on gene technology, the science, the issue and the law at the Uniting Church Hall, Brunswick Heads, 10am. October 27 is the luncheon. Visitors welcome. Enquiries 6680 4268.

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Sports Roundup with John Campbell

Drugs in sport: get over it John Campbell When I learnt that the Beatles had been gorging themselves on LSD during the making of Sergeant Pepper’s I went straight to my record collection and and purged it of the corrupted vinyl. Just kidding. I did no such thing. I didn’t rip my Brett Whiteley poster off the wall when I heard what illicit chemicals were contributing to his creativity either, and I didn’t shred The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner from the pages of my anthology of great poets when I discovered that Samuel Taylor Coleridge had a fierce opium habit. Drug use in the arts is not so much an accepted indulgence as, in many cases, a prerequisite for success. Would Jack Kerouac and Keith Richards have attained their iconic status without consuming as much junk as they boastfully did? Should On The Road and Exile On Main Street be banned because of the chemically altered brains from which they sprung? I will admit to a feeling of hollowness when I woke to hear the news that Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson had failed a dope test after winning his gold medal at the Seoul Olympics. But that was 1988. In 2006, when the only groovers at dance parties not off their faces on the latest designer pill are the ones not having a good time, when parents happily administer to their child some prescribed laboratory concoction because

the kid has been diagnosed with a newly named and initialled behavioural disorder, sport seems prudish and precious to think that it should be free of drugs. The scandal of this year’s Tour de France, when Floyd Landis was stripped of his yellow jacket because his blood test revealed that he had been taking something he shouldn’t oughta, it barely registered on my outrage barometer. The big surprise was that he got nailed, what with masking agents being so sophisticated these days. Presently it is a pair of Pakistani cricketers, Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif, who have earned the wrath of retired sweathogs, highminded pundits and gin soaked officials. I once saw Akhtar bowl at the Gabba. The languid walk back to his mark, a vain flick of the lustrous black hair, the studied insouciance (‘What? I’m on camera?’), then the hell-bent run to the wicket and the explosive hurling of the missile – it was thrilling. Has nandrelone improved his performance? Who knows. He was already the world’s fastest bowler when he burst on to the scene as a youngster from Rawalpindi, whereas nowadays, according to Andrew Flintoff, he looks like Tarzan but bowls like Jane. Akhtar is a cheat because he has used a banned substance. If it is not banned (as painkillers are not) he is not a cheat. Those who condemn

him and his kind argue that they have an unfair advantage over those who decline the juice. Maybe. But do not our athletes, who are lavishly endowed with HECS-free grants to study at the AIS, have an even more pronounced advantage over the barefooted battlers of poorer countries? Ian Thorpe is naturally gifted, no doubt, but he is also the product of government sponsored playground triumphalism. Few gold medals come at a higher price to the public purse than an Australian one. Celebrity and wealth are all that matter, but the oppor-

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tunities to attain those glittering rewards are too few to go around. If sports people, like those in other fields, use whatever means are at their disposal to take the main chance, then so what? Get off their case. It’s society’s insatiable lust for bigger, higher, faster, its addiction to vicarious glory that pushes them. We’ll never get performance enhancing drugs out of sport if we can’t even get them out of the bedroom. Lord knows how many men tonight will be getting a legover thanks to a Viagra pumped erection. Pele swears by the stuff.

Cyclists help keep helicopter in the air The 9th annual Bottlemart Hell on Wheels Cycle Tour set off from Lismore on Saturday October 14 with fortyfive riders, including Mullum’s septuagenarian Ronald Webb, who has taken part in every one of them. Pedal power was put to the test over a gruelling 710 kilometre journey that culminated with the party’s arrival at Bowraville a week after setting off. The event was held to raise money for the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter. The mountain bike tour captured considerable public interest as it wound its way through Evans Head,Yamba, Wooli and Urunga. with riders taking time out to meet the locals at each stopover point. During the week, the group also visited a number of schools where they spoke to the children about bicycle safety and the vital role of the helicopter service, this year addressing the kids at the public schools of Corindi Beach, Upper Orara and Raleigh. ‘The tour is one of our longest running and most

Local riders who did the hard yards. Dean Gibson (Suffolk Park), Ronald Land (Byron), Roland Webb (Mullumbimby), Brian O’Connor (Byron), Paul & Sue Green (Bangalow)

successful fund-raising events,’ said Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter General Manager Perry Wells. ‘We are indebted to event manager Tony Keogh, who has been behind every cycle tour since its inception. People like Tony, and events

like this help keep our helicopters in the air 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.’ ‘Anyone who volunteers to ride over 700 kilometres in eight days has to be truly dedicated to the cause and deserves the full support of

the community,’ said Bottlemart’s Area Manager David Kook. Designed for riders at all levels, in the time that it has been running, the Tour has raised more than $300,000 for the rescue helicopter service.

BOWLS Byron Bay Men Tues Fred’s Singles winners: B Lewis; r/up S Chillcott; G Lightfoot. Wed Social triples winners: A Black, R Corney, S Reid; r/up K Morrow, S Cooper. Thurs Self selected pairs winners: Barney and Cookie: r/up P Lofts, B Macaulay. Sat social winners: J Wright, M Barry P Anderson; r/up F Smith, P Lofts. Club Consistency Singles C’ship Draw now on Notice Board. Club fours winners: M Anderson, M Crandell, B Birks, P Johnson d D de Wit, JJ Smith, R Smith, C Johnson. Byron Bay Women Quarterly meeting 17/10, social bowls after meeting. Trophy: E Costigan, G Kelly. Gala Day 30/10, teams ASAP to Sec Cicely on 6685 7859. Club Mixed Pairs draw on Men’s Notice Board. Please check for play dates and times. Mullumbimby Women Consistency: J Kidman 152 d E Jones 148. Social: B Reglin, A Ellem, G Henry 20 d B Reglin, R Slattery, B Croft 11; J Lee, J Beaumont 20 d S Brown, J Towner 17. Raffle: H Robb, J Lee. Ocean Shores Men 9/10 Triples winners: J Berry, J I’Anson, R Roberts; r/up A Pyzer, K McMorrow, B Gibson; A Joyce, R Barnes. Jackpot $200. 16/10 Triples winners: J McGowran, T Forster, P Mao; r/up J Berry, R Roberts, J I’Anson; T Orr, J Best, T Mason, A Pyzer, K McMorrow, B Gibson, P Brody, T Witt, P Earl; jackpot $220. 21/10 Social winners: R Bartlett, L Campbell, J Sullivan; r/up J Bartlett, D Lawson, R Roberts. Carsburg Mixed 4s C’ship Final winners: M Enright, L Mason, Terry Mason, P Tornaros 19 d B Sprengel, E Hill, E Wade, W Sprengel 18. Ocean Shores Women 18/10 Mixed Social: Secret Game Highest Number of Ends winners: S Woolford, F Wade, B Sprengel; R/up E Hill, K George c/b from C Carroll, M Moodie, S Iversen; H Gates, L McGowran; M O’Halloran, E Carroll. Raffle: K George. 20/10 Social and Consistency winners: M O’Halloran, J Williams; R/up M Flesser; JM Quirke, P Webb, B Sprengel; E Hill, W Bird. Consistency C’ship: L Mason d M Flesser; M James d N Gartner. Raffle: P Webb. BRIDGE Brunswick Valley 16/10: 1st Gross and Nett ; M O’Halloran, P Baldwin; 2nd Gross; C Johnson, D Dare; 2nd Nett; J Selleck, B Simons. 21/10: N/S 1st Gross and Nett; P Webb, P Keyte; 2nd Gross and Nett; M Solway, J Wright. E/W 1st Gross; P Sullivan, H Lewis; 2nd Gross; D Grant, F Patterson; 1st Nett; B Hughes, F Armstrong; 2nd Nett; P Sullivan, H Lewis. Brunswick Valley Bridge Club plays every Mon and Sat at Brunswick Heads Community Centre. Visitors and new members welcome. Enquiries to 6684 1103 and 6684 6557. CRICKET Mullumbimby/Brunswick Seniors Results: 4th Grade Mullum/Bruns d Ballina Bears; 2nd Grade interrupted by rain 5/141, 20 overs next week; 3rd Grade 107 v Alstonville 6/178. Training Thurs 4.30pm, new players welcome. Seniors 4th Grade Team 28/10; S Buckley, D Buckley, G McQueen, T McQueen, D Wedd, A Brown, B Brown, P Morfee, S Bucholz, L Woods, J Lonard, D Quigley. Call Greg on 0417 564 130 if unavailable to play. Juniors results: U14s defeated by Alstonville; U12s teams played each other, game interrupted by rain. Training Thurs 3.30pm, players and coach still required. Ring Mary on 6680 2135. U10s train Mon 4.15pm. Comp starts in a couple of weeks. Milo have a go starts 31/10 at 4.15pm at Bruns. CYCLING Byron Bay Freeriders Jay takes out the Northern Rivers Adventure Rides each Sun, contact Jay at True Wheels for more info. 6684 1959. GOLF Mullumbimby Ladies 14/10 Single Stab winner: J Towner 41; balls 1 J Towner 41, 2 G Parsons 40; NTP 7th G Parsons; 12th J Griffin; Pro Pin 9th; Jackpot 1 ball; players 13. 19/10 American Nominate winners: B Mules, M Essery 65 3/4. Ball comp: B Mules, M Essery 65 3/4; G Lynn, F Gannell 68 7/8; S Kosaka, M Crichton 69 3/4. NTP: 2nd shot 7th M Crighton, S Kosaka; 12th F Gannell, G Lynn; pro pin M Essery, B Mules. Weekly ball comp: J Beer 46. Reduced h’caps: J Beer 42 to 35; J Towner 28 to 26; M Alidenes 40 to 38. 26/10 draw Chincogan Roller at Mullum. 1st Tee: 9am G Lynn, M Crighton, P Price, H Henry; 9.06 S Kosaka, R Wilson, M Byron, A Slater; 9.12 F Gannell, E Henshaw, L Harcourt, D Cole; 9.18 L Walker, M Essery, J Andrews, B Wingad; 9.24 L Riches, J Beer, P Janda, J Anning; 9.30 E Leclere, F Brooker, T Batson, E Walker. 10th Tee: 9am G Mackay, N Carsburg, J Slater, C Killion; 9.06 N Dwyer, J Stuart, L Franks, M I’Anson; 9.12 J Neate, A Moser, B Thompson, N Chapman; 9.18 B Mules, G Redman, J Quirke, R Slogrove; 9.24 M Trivett, B Wood, J Ball; 9.30 M James, L Siddall. Mullumbimby Men 18/10 Single Stab winners: J Williams 46; r/up C Watson 45; NTP 9th R Dann (5 balls). Players: 48; ball run down J Williams, C Watson, B Henshaw, B Badcock, M Wilson, R Cubis, M Hogan, G Quirk, D Morgan, I Ormiston, J Power 38 pts. 21/10 Yellow Ball winners: M Hogan, J Power, R Reilly 42 c/b; r/up P Griffin, B Lawler, P Towner 42. Single in Conjunction winners: A Jordan Brown 44 c/b; r/up P Griffith 44; P Robbins 43; Mick’s Schooner J Dengate. NTP: 5th C Theo 1.1m; 9th R Graham 1m (8 balls); 12th R Lynn; 17th G Chambers; 7th (Ian McRae’s) G Fairs (8 schooners) 38cm; Gundies Mug P Griffin. Ball run down: A Jordan Brown, P Griffin, P Robbins, S Carey, D Asplin, J Power, T Gardiner, G Childs, G Chambers, D Deegan, B Lawler, A Berry, T Williams, L Taylor, D Mackay, Alidenes, K Lawler 38 c/b. 22/10 Brunswick Valley 4somes winners: gross A Wooldridge, G Little 77; net G Poynting, R Hutton 64; r/up B/B Woolnough 66; 1st 9 net A Mitchell, B Griffin 29 1/2; 2nd net J/P Towner 32. NTP: 9th men A Crawford; ladies S Slogrove; Bradmans The Haydens. Ball run down: S Carey, M Fairs; D/R Webber; G Mackay, R Lynn; S Slogrove, L Mills; G Parsons, G Fairs.

Ocean Shores Men 16/10 Individual Stab (Medley)winners: R Cameron 39 c/b; r/up R Conway 39. Starters: 18; balls to 32; CCR 72. 18/10 4 ball Ambrose winners: S Alle, C Burgess, J Govett, G Stuart; r/up B Strang, D Strang, B Hurley, J Witlock; Balls to 57 3/4; NTP 3rd G Harris, 6th R Barnes, 8th J Daley, 12th T Johnston, 15th T Tarrant, 17th A Stewart; CCR 72. 21/10 Single Stab winners: R Phillips 43 c/b; r/up B Cox 43; M Gartner 41; B O’Donnell 41; starters 55; balls to 35; CCR 71; NTP 3rd J Mangleson, 6th A Dickens, 8th J Mansfield. Ocean Shores Ladies 17/10 4 ball Ambrose (off blue markers) winners: V Marsh, J Downer, C Blacker, J Selleck; r/up E McPherson, G Tilling, L Murray, V Morgan; vouchers to 74 1/8. 19/10 9 hole Stab: N Chapman 18; 18 hole Stab: B Simons 39; vouchers to 34. 21/10 2 ball Ambrose winners: K Pemberton, M Robinson 67 3/4; r/up B Wingad, C Stewart 68 1/4; vouchers to 71 3/4. Ocean Shores Vets 19/10 4 person Ambrose winners: G Cullen, B Blows, B Baxter, M Gartiner 53 1/4; r/up W Keating, J Sullivan, S Jones, B Brennan 54 5/8. NTP: 3rd J Stuart, 17th S Carey. C’tains Pin:T Martin. Gorilla award: h/c 0 to 19 B Neate; h/c 20+ B Baxter. Balls to 56 5/8. Scrubbers Ball: G Henry, A Phillips, J Scott, J Leitch. OS Vets Match Play Champion 2006: L Stott. SOCCER Mullumbimby Juniors Wed 25/10 draw: Pitch 1 and 2: Rockets 4.45 6.00 7.15; Blues 4.45 6.00 7.15; The Blades 5.35 6.50 8.05; Nine Crocodiles 5.35 6.50 8.05; Giant Boots 5.10 6.25 8.05; Scrub Turkeys 5.10 6.25 8.05; Tigers 5.35 6.50 7.40; Seahorses 5.35 6.50 7.40; Taipans 4.45 6.00 7.40; Crazy Giants 4.45 6.00 7.40; Spearhead 5.10 6.25 7.15; Huntsman 5.10 6.25 7.15; Pitch 3 and 4: Shores United 4.45 6.00 7.15; Hornets 4.45 6.00 7.15; Fruit Loops 5.35 6.50 8.05; Greenday 5.35 6.50 8.05; Coorabell 5.10 6.25 8.05; Ten Maniacs 5.10 6.25 8.05; The Shlongs 5.35 6.50 7.40; Bombers 5.35 6.50 7.40; Bilbies 4.45 6.00 7.40; Golden Goats 4.45 6.00 7.40; Fossas 5.10 6.25 7.15; The Weazels 5.10 6.25 7.15; Pitch 5 and 6: Mby Ratbags 4.45 6.00 7.15; Teamo Supremo 4.45 6.00 7.15; Mullum Rockets 5.35 6.50 8.05; Breakaways 5.35 6.50 8.05; Meteors 5.10 6.25 8.05; Killer Bunnies 5.10 6.25 8.05; Tildaroos 5.35 6.50 7.40; Giants 5.35 6.50 7.40; All Stars 4.45 6.00 7.40; Dodgers 4.45 6.00 7.40; Federal All Stars 5.10 6.25 7.15; Killa Clownz 5.10 6.25 7.15; Pitch 7 & 8: The Italian Stallions 4.45 6.00 7.15; The Purple Turtles 4.45 6.00 7.15; The Heaven Slayers 5.35 6.50 8.05; Raiders 5.35 6.50 8.05; Supersmash Bros 5.10 6.25 8.05; Soccerwhos 5.10 6.25 8.05; Killer Puppies 5.35 6.50 7.40; Muppets 5.35 6.50 7.40; Butterfly Bandits 4.45 6.00 7.40; Paddy’s Melons 4.45 6.00 7.40; The Stun Mullets 5.10 6.25 7.15; The Milkmen 5.10 6.25 7.15. SQUASH Brunswick Heads 25/10 Rnd 14 Business Houses Teams Comp: OS Glass v The Potato Works; G Davis v C Chandler, I Bissett v P Hill, C Walsh v R James, M Stratton v L Miller, B Doran v S Truesdale. Byron Bay Trophies v Bruns Smash Repairs; B Staff v D Bird, C Sleep v L Crandell, C Pearce v C Staff, I Barnes v R King, B Rogers v J Nicolson. Bruns Pharmacy v OS Bakery; S Koop v B Trivett, T Wood v L Clarke, R Cameron v P Booth, A Li v J Heers, S Moon v C Johnston. Bruns Blinds v Canty’s Surveyors; M Underwood v S Thompson, S Varty v M Ottery, D Runciman v J Gribble, R Cross v W Ferrier, T Mason v Jeff Heers. 30/10 Rnd 13 Byron Office Supplies Comp: Div 2; 5pm M Cassidy v I Bissett; 5.30pm R Draper v S Koop; 6pm M Ottery v D Runciman; Div 3; 5pm R Cross v J Gribble, B Rogers v M Ashton, A Li v R King; Div 4; 5pm M Rogers v A Thomas, J Nicolson v A Ronan; 5.30pm C Johnston v N Bond; Div 5; 5pm M Wallace v B Alander; 5.30pm S Truesdale v J Barnes, B Doran Bye; Div 6; 5pm A Booth v L Ashton, S Bailey v A Brooker. New Wed comp starts next month. To play phone 6685 1794. SURF LIFE SAVING Brunswick Nippers: Some great efforts in the Run Swim Run last Sunday. This week U/7s and U/12s are rostered for Set Up from 8.30am so that activities can commence at 9am. Any Nippers interested in participatng in the March Past Team need to be at the club at 8.30am. Byron Bay Patrols: Sat 4/11 10am to 3pm: Tim Sharman PC Stephen Pick Shane Bauer Michael Gudgeon Rhonda Campbell, K, A, T Burns, Serana Neve Gary McDonald Sam Gain Emery Simon Somervail. Sun 5/11 9am to 5pm Lee Wood P C Anna McCabe Nic Hornery Jemma Buultjens Angie Plummer Amy Mashford Lara Hansford Taylor Miller Mark Knott Lindal Phelps Michelle Foster Luke Bomford TENNIS Mullumbimby Mixed Comp Rnd 7: Doberman 29 d Eskimo 23, Greyhound 38 d Foxy 34, Collie 30 d Beagle 21. Mens comp Rnd 6: Jersey 44 d Ayrshire 41, Dexter 36 drew Hereford 36, Guernsey 26 d Charolais 24. Ladies Comp: washed out. Fri Junior Comp: in progress. Social Ladies: Wed 9.15am start. Sat Mixed Social: 1.30pm start, all players welcome, club membership not required. Enquiries regarding coaching Justin 0403 841 241, all other enquiries Jeanie 6680 4353w or 6680 1330h. VOLLEYBALL Brunswick Heads 24/10 Rnd 11 JV Towing Comp: 6pm Lounge Lizards v True Value, Spikers v Hit and Run, duty Silver Bullets; 7pm Silver Bullets v I Don’t Care, No Mercy v Flash, Brewers v Mixed Chickens, Ballistic Bye, Lounge Lizards Duty. 26/10 Rnd 12 OS True Value Hardware Comp: 6pm Queens v Desp Houswives, Hot and Sweaty v Snickers, Asthmatics v Hot Booties, Shockers Duty. 7pm Shockers v Fluro Fairies, Exodia v Kaos.Com, Chilli Twist v Tripods, Bolters Bye, Queens Duty. To play phone 6685 1794, beginners welcome.


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Sports Roundup with John Campbell

Swimmers urged to stay safe The advice is timely and cannot be repeated enough as we head into the summer months. With warm to hot weather just around the corner, tens of thousands of people are expected to flock to our beaches and surf lifesavers are urging beachgoers to stay safe. Forecasters are predicting a long hot summer with temperatures regularly soaring into the mid to high thirties. With school holidays and the seasonal influx of tourists, Byron Shire will see huge crowds flocking to its beaches, many of whom will be inexperienced in the conditions and surf lifesavers are warning the public to be wary in the water. Craig Roberts, Lifesaving Operations Manager for Surf Life Saving NSW, says that if people choose to swim at unpatrolled areas or outside patrol hours they are putting themselves at an unnecessary risk.

NSW Sport and Recreation is offering parents, teachers and coaches the opportunity to gain a formal accreditation in swimming coaching. Australian swimming has a five tier coaching system. All coaches must commence by gaining a Green Licence Accreditation which focuses on developing the technique of novice swimmers. Topics include: being an effective swimming coach; the mechanics of swimming; starts, turns and finishes; technique and fault identification and developing competitive strokes in the areas of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Volunteer lifesavers have returned to the beach and will be on duty up and down the coast, while professional lifeguards also patrol many beaches throughout the state,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Mr Roberts. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;If swimmers do happen to get into trouble their chances of being

Tobacco ban commended The Heart Foundation has commended the announcement by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing, Christopher Pyne, banning the advertising of tobacco at all sporting events in Australia as from October 1 2006. This follows an amendment to the Act in 2000 removing discretionary power for events of international significance. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;This is a very positive step by the Federal Government to further reduce smoking in the community and with it heart disease,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Maurice Swanson, Manager of the Heart Foundationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tobacco Control Program. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;However, while the rates

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of smoking have been falling, there is still much more that governments across Australia can do, including: regularly increasing tobacco tax; banning the display of cigarettes in retail outlets; and requiring the plain packaging of cigarettes,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he said. Further data from Tobacco Smoking in Australia: A Snapshot 2004-05, shows that around 20 per cent of Australian adults (3.5 million) continue to smoke with an estimated 1.7 million likely to suffer premature death. With a hectic schedule of Fourex beach cricket and VB international one-dayers coming up, it is unlikely that the ban will be applied to alcohol any time soon.

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rescued are significantly higher if they are inside the flags at patrolled beaches. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Swimming outside the flags or at unpatrolled beaches just to beat the crowds is extremely dangerous, as is entering the water alone. As always, the message to all beachgoers is to always swim with a mate, and to swim between the flags.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Beachgoers can also only ignore the constantly extreme UV conditions at their peril and the importance of everybody being aware of the need

for skin protection cannot be understated. Nor should people neglect to constantly reapply sunscreen after being in the water. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The best place to spend a hot Aussie day is at the beach, however people have to be sun smart,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Mr Roberts. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Each summer, surf lifesavers attend to thousands of people affected by heat exhaustion, which in many instances is avoidable. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;In hot weather conditions the public should always keep their fluid levels up, wear a

hat when out of the water and not spend too long in direct sunlight, especially during the peak periods of the day from 10 am to 4 pm.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; If in doubt about whether their local beach will be patrolled by lifeguards from Monday to Friday, the public can contact their local council, or visit their council web site. A list of all beaches patrolled by councils and surf life saving clubs can be found athttp://www.safewaters.nsw. gov.au/patrolled.htm Photo Jeff Dawson

Rowing squad announced by NCAS Skennars Head athletes, Jodie and Tahlia Butler have been chosen in an elite group of sixteen from the North Coast Academy of Sports for its rowing program. As well as producing outstanding performances at state and national regattas over the previous competition season, each athlete has been selected after extensive testing throughout the North Coast during the past month. The medal count from across all squad members in the previous twelve months includes eight national championship medals, of which seven were gold. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Our 2006-07 rowing program has been greatly improved through the introduction of the new Pre-Elite tier which will better service the needs of these higher achieving squad members,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said John Kincade, NCAS sports liaison officer. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We normally would not name any of our academy sport squads as â&#x20AC;&#x153;pre-eliteâ&#x20AC;? but

freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Australia has a proud history when it comes to swimming, but athletes are only as good as the coaching they receive,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Lyn Larsen, Cluster Coordinator for the North Coast Region. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;If we are to continue to produce people like Ian Thorpe we need to have good coaches in place at the local level,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; she said. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;This is also a great opportunity for parents as the course will give them the skills to provide valuable support to their children.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Green Licence Accreditation will take place at the Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Centre on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th December, 9.00 am to 4.00 pm each day.The course fee is $335.00. For further information or an application form, phone NSW Sport and Recreation on 6618 0400.

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LAST CHANCE BEACHFRONT Beachfront home nestled on the back of the sand dune only metres from the water, and 300 metres to the Brunswick River. This property is located in a quiet pristine street, where you can stroll the unspoilt beach, fish, sunbake, swim, surf or just relax and listen to the waves roll in. The original bright high set home has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large storeroom, garage plus spacious under house area provides more potential. Extensive covered and open verandahs are perfect for alfresco entertaining and stairs lead up to a second elevated level of deck where you can view the surf, beach and sunset. There is a separate guest studio with its own bathroom and private patio. Address: 7 OCEAN AVENUE, NEW BRIGHTON Inspect: Saturday 10am until Auction commencing at 12noon Auction: Saturday 28th October 2006 onsite at 12noon Contact: Peter Browning 0411 801 795 or 02 6685 0177 peter@ljhbrunswickheads.com

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Exclusive Address – 75 Acres Lot 2 Possum Shoot Road, Coorabell • For sale by ‘Expressions Of Interest’. • Expansive north facing ocean and rural views. • Existing two bedroom cottage and bails/studio. • First time for sale in over 16 years. Agent on site Thu 26 & Sat 28 September 12noon-1pm. Closing date 27/10/06 Please contact

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BANGALOW CLASSIC A Rare and Prized Offering Two minute stroll to Bangalow Village X Meticulously restored X 1200m2 Block X 4 Bedrooms X Inground pool X Sep. guest accommodation X Established gardens X D.A approval for (house extensions + garage) X 12 minutes to Byron

OPEN HOUSE Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm ADDRESS 16 Leslie Street, Bangalow SALES AGENT Hugh Hanrahan 0402 198 652 AUCTION November 23 WEBSITE ID 237284

THE MANOR - BANGALOW ORIGINAL CIRCA 1898 This gracious period home has been fully restored & renovated. Features include a sympathetic modern extension that blends perfectly the very best of the old & new. Features Wide entrance hall, polished teak floors, decorative cornices & antique light fittings. Set on a approx 1000m2 & comprises 4 double b’rms, 2 bathr’ms, sep. office/5th b’rm & formal lounge room with bay window & original fireplace X Modern kitchen with granite bench tops X Timber bi-fold doors opening onto covered rear deck overlooking private back garden X 11ft ceilings X 10 mins to Byron’s beaches X Mountain & rural views X Wrap around front verandah X Established cottage gardens X Short walk to the village centre

OPEN HOUSE Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm AUCTION November 11 SALES AGENT Damon Rahmate 0413 884 091

WEBSITE PID 235130

INVESTMENT IN BANGALOW Affordable home homeinina sought a sort after afterlocation location X Elevated house with 3 bedrooms X 1 bathroom X Modern open plan living area X Close to village centre & kids playground X Strong Rental Return X View over Bangalow showground

OPEN HOUSE Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm ADDRESS 51 Rankin Drive, Bangalow SALES AGENT Damon Rahmate 0413 884 091 FOR SALE $495,000

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ARCHITECT DESIGNED HOME Stunning house on an elevated 3.5 acres Privacy assured at this exclusive address X Loft style living on three levels X 5 bedrooms X 4 bathrooms X Office X 12 metre pool X Cellar/study X Separate rumpus room X Smeg appliances & granite benchtops

INSPECTION By appointment ADDRESS Brooklet OFFERS OVER $1,450,000 WEBSITE ID 239730

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AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED Situated on the edge of the historical village of Bangalow & frontage to Byron Creek, this serene lifestyle property is set on approx 13 level acres suitable for either horses, establishing an orchard or simply plenty of space for the kids to roam. The large 4 bedroom home (main with ensuite & WIR), boasts an open plan living area, slate flooring, timber kitchen & sizeable outdoor entertaining area. Tropical style gardens surround the in-ground pool & a short stroll through the rainforest brings you to the various fruit trees. Other features include double garage & large storage room/cellar. A rare opportunity to experience rural living at its best - creek frontage, lifestyle acreage, 10 mins to Byron.

OPEN HOUSE Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm AUCTION November 23 0413 884 091

WEBSITE PID 239297

THE HARD YACCA’S DONE 99 acres vacant land 30 mins to Byron Bay X Meticulously cleared for planting around 4,000 macca trees X Frost free, red soil X Spectacular rural & mountain views X Pockets of rainforest with running stream X30 minutes to Byron’s beaches. FARM WALK Sat 12.00 noon sharp ADDRESS Lot 6 Jarrets Road, Goonengerry SALES AGENT Terri Williamson 0421 061 502 AUCTION November 23

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Main Arm Magic Bordering on Main Arm Creek this 5 acre parcel with two gigantic Coolamon trees is truly magical. Approximately two and a half acres are slightly elevated, cleared and flat making it a park like setting with plenty of space for the kids to play. The 2 swimming holes are larger than your average residential pool and will keep you cool in summer. The air conditioned weatherboard home features 4 bedrooms, high ceilings, timber floors, timber kitchen and big decks for outdoor living. The gardens are fully established and easy care and there are a variety of fruit trees on the property.

Are you looking for peace and privacy with a pool and beautiful gardens? This unique property certainly has that and more. Bordering on one side on Main Arm Creek this spacious 3 bedroom timber home in an elevated position is surrounded by lush tropical gardens with a solar heated salt water pool to swim in for 9 months of the year. Two of the bedrooms have an ensuite and all rooms leading out to wrap around verandas. The huge insulated shed lends itself to be used as a home office, private gym and guest quarters all in one. The distance to Mullumbimby is 7 km and 15 km to the beach. $ 635,000

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Fantastic Family Home Located in a quiet cul-de-sac in Mullumbimby this fantastic family home has recently been tastefully renovated and has a beautifully flowing floor plan. The three bedroom brick veneer home is airconditioned and has two living areas, a new kitchen which is a treat to work in, new floor coverings, built ins in every bedroom and an under cover patio for entertaining friends and family. There is also a large rumpus room with shower and toilet for the visitors and a separate laundry with extra storage space. This is a neat and complete package not to be missed. Call Ernst now for an inspection.

It is ready. It is central to Mullumbimby town. It is a great home for a young family or tradesman. The home consists of 3 bedrooms, a two way bathroom, a modern kitchen, a separate living room and a double garage with auto door. The 9x6x4 m colorbond garage/ shed at the back of the property is ideal for a tradesman with power, water and a mezzanine floor for extra storage. Schools and shops are all in walking distance. The vendors have bought elsewhere and are very motivated to sell. Give us a call, have a look and make an offer.

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Something Different OPEN HOUSE LISTINGS Rhonda Browning Real Estate p52 • 5 Ocean Avenue, New Brighton. Sat 10.30-11.30am. • 10 Jarrah Crescent, Ocean Shores. Sat 11am-12pm Ray White Byron Bay p51 • Lot 2 Possum Shoot Road, Coorabell. Thu & Sat 12-1pm. Elders Byron Bay p51 • 51 Rankin Drive, Bangalow. Sat 1-1.30pm. Byron Bay First National p52 • 14 Citriadora, Ewingsdale. Thu 5-6pm. Sat 10-11am. • 6 Azolla Place, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.30am. • ‘Seadrift’, 1/6-8 Browning Street, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.45am. • 33 Pacific Vista Drive, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.45. • 75 Beech Drive, Suffolk Park. Sat 1-1.30pm. • 118 Lighthouse Road, Byron Bay. Sat 1-1.45pm. • 52 Julian Rocks Drive, Sunrise Estate. Sat 11.30am-12.15pm. LJ Hooker Byron Bay p54 • 18 Brookview Court, Ewingsdale. Sat 11am. • 1/118 Lighthouse Road, Byron Bay. Sat 12pm. • 7 Honeysuckle Dr, Suffolk Park. Sat 12pm. • Coogera Cct, Baywood Chase. Sat 1pm. • 41 Teak Circuit, Suffolk Park. Sat 1pm. • 29 Armstrong St, Suffolk Park. Sat 2pm. • 237 Broken Head Road, Suffolk Park. Sat 2pm. • 1 Ironbark Ave, Byron Bay. Sun 11am. • 48 Shirley Street, Byron Bay. Sun 12pm. • Coogera Cct, Baywood Chase. Sun 1pm.

AUCTIONS LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads p50 • 7 Ocean Avenue, New Brighton. AUCTION 12noon Saturday 28th onsite. Inspect Sat 10am. Elders Byron Bay p51 • 16 Leslie Street, Bangalow. AUCTION November 23rd. Inspect Sat 1-1.30pm. • The Manor, Bangalow. AUCTION November 11. Inspect 2-2.30pm. • Bangalow. AUCTION November 23rd. Inspect Sat 3-3.30pm. • Lot 6 Jarrets Road, Goonengerry. AUCTION November 23. Robert Deering p55 • 2 Pandanus Court, Brunswick Heads. AUCTION 1pm Saturday 18th onsite. Inspect Wed & Sat 1-2pm. LJ Hooker Iluka p55 • 46 Queen Street, Iluka. Auction 11am November 18th onsite. Inspect Sat 12pm. Francis O’Connor Real Estate p55 • 20 Fletcher St, Byron Bay. AUCTION 5.30pm Thursday 26th at Frances O’Connor office. Inspect Thu 1-2pm. Sean Kenny Real Estate p55 • 1100 The Pocket Road. Mullumbimby. AUCTION 11am November 4th onsite. Inspect Sat 11am-12pm.

Killer views from Paterson OPEN HOUSE, SATURDAY NOV 4, 11am to 12 noon The agent says that this huge beach house has the best views in Byron Bay. The panorama stretches in every direction, capturing the mountains, the lighthouse and the surf, with the sight and sound of the sea ever present. The unique location provides complete privacy. Mature trees and a gorgeous 1163sqm garden block add to the sense of splendid seclusion – and all within walking distance of town and beaches. The house has six bedrooms, extensive open-plan living areas and features polished timber floors and black granite kitchen worktops. This is a very desirable family home, or alternatively it offers fantastic development potential. For sale at $2.7million through Frances O’Connor Real Estate on 02 6685 7617.

Dual occupancy potential Designed for relaxed living this fabulous family home offers plenty. Raked ceilings and gleaming tiles are featured throughout. There are 4 generous sized bedrooms with the master having its own ensuite. Situated on a near level 920 sq metre north facing block the options are endless. Dual occupancy (subject to council approval) or private parents retreat would be ideal. The double lock up garage also has internal access. Complemented by immaculate carefree gardens there is nothing else to do except move in. $560,000. For further information please contact Sharon McInnes on 0408 659 649 or 02 6685 7300 at L J Hooker Byron Bay.

‘Seadrift’ – Byron Bay Seadrift, located just eight minutes walk from Main Beach and Byron Bay’s award winning restaurants and bars. Stroll down to the swimming pool and do some laps, lie on the sundeck and enjoy the forest setting or have lunch under the pool pavilion. It is a gated community that offers you an ideal blend of classic and contemporary excellence not seen before in Byron Bay. These three bedroom, two bathroom townhouses combine the best ingredients of timetested classical architectural design with all the contemporary comforts, security and technological advances. Priced from $565,000, they are available through Tony Farrell on 0417 212 692 or Peter Yopp on 0411 837 330 at L.J.Hooker Byron Bay.

Two building allotments Get back to the basics on this rural property. It’s just the right size for chooks, vegetable garden, orchard, a few head of cattle and a pony for the kids. Design two homes to capture the view of Byron Bay and the mountains to the west. It is situated between Byron Bay and Brunswick Heads and has the added bonus of town water supply. These two adjoining rural allotments are to be sold as one, priced at $1,350,000. For more information please contact Glen Irwin on 0418 604 080 or 02 6685 7300 at L.J Hooker Byron Bay.

The manor – circa 1898 A Bangalow original, this gracious period home has been fully restored & renovated. Features include a sympathetic modern extension that blends perfectly the very best of the old & new. Wide entrance hall, polished teak floors, decorative cornices, antique light fittings & wrap around front verandah are just some of the period features you would expect in such a fine home. Set on an excellent level allotment (approx 1000sqm), the home is generous in all proportions & comprises four double bedrooms (inc. parents retreat with ensuite & dressing room), second family bathroom with claw foot bath, separate office/5th bedroom & formal lounge room with bay window & original fireplace. To be auctioned Sat 11 November on site at 2.00pm. For more information contact Simon Thomas 0418 223 160 or Elders Bangalow on 6687 1500

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18 Brookview Court, Ewingsdale Saturday 11am

29 Armstrong Street, Suffolk Park Saturday 2pm

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Coogera Circuit, Baywood Chase Saturday 1pm

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AUCTION 2 Luxury 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Homes Onsite Saturday On The Prestigious Lighthouse Road Superb Interiors With Quality Fixtures Nov 18 at 12pm To Be Sold Separately Or As One Contact Both Have Their Own Private Pools Tony Farrell Easy Access To Clarkes Beach 0417 212 692

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Fire Sale At Pottsville Beach Lot 562 Echidna Street, Pottsville Beach. Someone’s misfortune could be your gain. Perfectly positioned 1½km to beach and shopping this vacant 645sqm north facing block must be sold this weekend. With magnificent views to Mt Warning and the hinterland, build your dream home or realise an immediate capital gain. Owner must sell well below replacement cost. $175,000 Phone Nicky Cunningham 07 5527 0123 or 0414 690 063.

‘Waterford’ – Suffolk Park

$175,000 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-2PM

Waterfront Position Incl Boatshed 46 Queen Street, Iluka. Open for Inspection Oct 28, Nov 4 & Nov 11 from 1-2 pm. AUCTION onsite 18 Nov 2006, 11am. Very rarely do waterfront properties become available in Iluka! This great old beach cottage is in an elevated position with sensational water views across Iluka Bay to the twinkling lights of Yamba. It has two bedrooms plus sleepout, fabulous leafy gardens, garage and your own boatshed. Don’t hesitate, call L.J.Hooker Iluka, 02 6646 6321 or (AH) Suzanne Grainger 0434 419 998 for more information.

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2 Pandanus Court, Brunswick Heads

Unit 3 ‘Waterford’ 19 Marattia Place, Suffolk Park A spacious three-bedroom unit overlooking a creek at the rear, has two bathrooms, modern kitchen with dishwasher, spacious living area and is only minutes walk to the beach. Close to public transport, shops and schools. Currently let at $330pw, suit investor or homebuyer. Price $385,000 negotiable. Contact Des on 0418 103 262 or email ddoc7@optusnet.com.au

AUCTION onsite Saturday November 18 at 1pm. Private cul-desac. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick and tile home with double garage on 860sqm block. Close to all amenities. Realistic reserve price. Prior offers considered. For information please call Robert on 0412 346 499 or 02 6680 1400 AH.

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Mansion On The Hill

Serene Bali Inspired Home

20 Fletcher St, Byron Bay. AUCTION, Thursday, October 26, 5.30pm at Frances O’Connor Real Estate, Rarely will you see a house of this quality, grandeur and potential. This magnificent home comprises six bedrooms, five bathrooms, an exercise room, dressing room and three huge living areas, all with timber doors, windows and floors, and ornate 3m ceilings. The house sits on a gorgeous five acres amid manicured gardens with a pocket of rainforest, mature fruit trees and creek access. Wrap-around verandahs make the most of extensive country, ocean and mountain views. A separate cottage and approval for another building are further assets. Contact Frances O’Connor Real Estate 02 6685 7617.

SCOTT HARVEY REAL ESTATE

1100 The Pocket Road. Mullumbimby. AUCTION 4th November 11am onsite. Peace, serenity and within walking distance to a local shop. A stunning Bali inspired home set on 6 acres with its polished timber floors, cathedral ceilings and timber kitchen. Stroll to the local village store for brekky and at the end of the day relax with a glass of wine on the expansive timber decks taking in the rural views to the north and north west.This exceptional property is a 10 minute drive to Mullumbimby and 35 minutes to Coolangatta.Vendors will sell prior to auction. Price guide $500,000+. Call Sean Kenny at Sean Kenny Real Estate on 0419 624 024 or 02 6684 2200.

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La Mer Penthouse – by the sea

Neat as a pin in Eltham

Superbly positioned 200 metres from the famous Clarkes Beach Café and Clarkes Beach at Byron, this two-level north-facing penthouse apartment stands quite unique in the Byron property market. With delightful elevation this three bedroom, three bathroom, three balcony comfortable apartment offers seclusion but is close to everything you need to enjoy the magic of Byron. Constantly let to the thriving holiday market and fully-furnished, the penthouse features include TV, video and stereo, beds to sleep six persons, spa in the major bathroom, double remote controlled garage, BBQ and balcony furniture. A short walk to the Pass Café and onto the stunning views from the Byron Bay Lighthouse or take a leisurely five minute stroll to the many shops and restaurants in the heart of town. Together with a summary of annual earnings and an extremely bright future.

Immaculately presented property situated in the picturesque hinterland village Eltham only 30 minutes to Byron Bay, and 15 minutes from Lismore. On 3½ acres, this open plan 3 bedroom, colonial style home with wood kitchen, timber floors, conservatory, study and reverse cycle air conditioner, is perfectly situated on the rise of a gentle slope, with enchanting country views as far as the eye can see.

2/96 Lawson Street, Byron Bay Contact Scott Harvey 0412 296 872 Owner liquidating prime investment for sale at $1.325m

OP E Sat N H urd ay OU 11a SE m There is a four bay carport, plentiful rain water storage and full processing plant and drying room for 900 coffee trees. Close, but not too close, to the local pub and village, this property deserves your attention. 44 Federation Drive, Eltham Open house this Saturday 28th October 11 am Genuine vendors and priced to sell at $585.000 Phone Morthern Spears on 0433 880 405


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