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This year the Graeme Dunstan inspired ‘4th of July, Independence from America’ parade in Byron Bay was also a celebration of the success of last week’s Peace Convergence at Yeppoon. Sunday’s colourful march led by the raucous Samba Blisstas and followed by 150 banner bearing supporters wound its way through town to the market. See story on the Convergence on page 8. Photo Jeff ‘Star Spangled Blather’ Dawson

Bruns walkies raises hackles again Michael McDonald Byron Shire Council was divided last week on how it should respond to lobbying over the dog exercise area – and fines for going beyond it – at Brunswick Heads. After heated debate and a tied 5-5 vote, Mayor Jan Barham used her casting vote in favour of Council rangers assisting in managing companion animals compliance on Marine Park, National Park and Nature Reserve areas adjacent to Council’s companion animal exercise areas. South of the surf club at Brunswick Heads, Council will support

warnings where appropriate, for a first offence of a dog in a prohibited area; prioritise management and placement of advisory signs; and publish a notice in Council’s block advertising and issue a media release identifying Council’s 400m companion animal exercise area, with conditions of use. Council will also develop a memorandum of understanding with agencies controlling land adjacent to companion animal exercise areas including companion animal management. Cr John Lazarus put up the successful proposal, which was

opposed by Crs Tucker, Tardif, Woods and Kestle. Earlier Cr Bob Tardif moved that Council have the general manager and the director of planning approach the appropriate government departments to request a review of the dog exercise area at Brunswick Heads being extended by either providing an extension of the area to the extent of the permitted fishing zone on a timed basis of say 5am to 9am and 5pm to 8pm; or allowing the onlead exercising of dogs within the fishing zone; or a combination of the two.

During public access Mullumbimby resident Maggie Tardif supported the option later moved by her husband Cr Tardif and asked, ‘Why is there not clear and correct signage at Brunswick Heads Beach? ‘What needs to be considered is that a lot of dogs in a confined space will and do create havoc, it’s just natural and the 400m strip to walk a dog up and back only leads to dogs showing a bit of aggression to each other. Dogs are used to routine and once their routine continued on page 2

Celebration for highway completion A ‘community day’ will be staged to celebrate the next major milestone in the multi-million dollar conversion of the Pacific Highway to four lanes when the $256 million Brunswick Heads-Yelgun project opens this month. The Australian Government Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads, Jim Lloyd, and the New South Wales Roads Minister, Eric Roozendaal, have announced that traffic will switch to the 8.7 kilometre new roadway on July 11. Mr Lloyd said: ‘It is great to see the Brunswick Heads -Yelgun deviation all but finished.When it opens next month, almost 40 per cent of the Pacific Highway north of Newcastle to the border will be converted to four lanes. Mr Roozendaal said the continuing Pacific Highway upgrade is one of the biggest projects ever undertaken in this country. ‘A community event will be held on July 8, the Sunday before the official opening. People will be able to walk or cycle along the full length of the project and have an opportunity to voluntarily make a donation for the privilege, with the proceeds going to charity.’ Final details are being arranged through the RTA’s Pacific Highway Project Office and an organising committee representing local community groups. Activities planned for the day include bus tours of the route; food stalls and market stalls; buskers, bands and a jumping castle; displays, and a colouring-in competition for local school children. Mr Lloyd said an auction associated with the opening would raise money for the local surf club and volunteer rescue association. The main item is a cricket bat signed by the NSW cricket team. The old Brunswick River name plates will be handed to the local historical society. Those wanting further information about the community day or wishing to participate can phone toll free 1800 071 144.


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Byron Bay High marks 20 years Member for Richmond Justine Elliot, pictured centre with principal Barry Miller and Byron Shire Mayor Jan Barham, said this week she was proud to attend Byron Bay High School’s ofďŹ cial ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the school. Ms Elliot unveiled the commemorative plaque set outside the library beside the new Memorial Gardens. ‘Today is a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of a truly great public high school, and to say well done to all the parents, students and teachers who have worked here over the past 20 years,’ Ms Elliot said. ‘It is also a time to acknowledge all those within the Byron Bay community who ‘Byron Bay High is a truly ing reputation for excellence worked so hard over many unique school. in academic, sporting and years to have this school ‘Over the past 20 years it cultural endeavours. built. has developed an outstand‘I wish Byron Bay High

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changes, they do, and I repeat they do react and can show signs of uncharacteristic behaviour due to changes in their dog walking regime. ‘Over the last three years we have met and made friends with many dog walkers and we all maintain a community spirit, this is our beach and we love and protect it. Dog walkers at Brunswick Heads are very community minded and do the right thing and pick up their dogs’ droppings and after heavy winds and storms we pick up the debris that lands on our foreshore.’ Lance Ferris of Australian Seabird Rescue spoke in general of the dangers dogs represented to threatened native species, including birds and turtles.

‘Yes there are responsible dog owners, and I accept and commend all of those that may be present here today,’ Mr Ferris said. ‘However, given what I have seen on our beaches, I remain in a state of dismay and often total despair at the numbers of irresponsible dog owners who aunt the law and have total disregard for signs and the environment. ‘Undisturbed habitat is the last bastion of hope of survival for many species. I‌ consider that any extension to existing dog exercise areas on our beaches is a blatant disregard for not only the threatened and endangered species concerned but indeed to our environment as a whole.’ Andrew Page, manager of the Cape Byron Marine Park,

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Beware the $20 man... According to Julie of Bella Rosa Gelati in Byron there is a male scam artist working the local businesses by claiming he has been shortchanged from a ďŹ fty. Julie said, ‘He will buy a $3 drink or something, give you a $50 note, all the while talking really quickly to keep you distracted and bamboozled.

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Petrac ‘oversight’ angers residents Story & photo Hans Lovejoy The toughest gig in town this week was trying to convince Suffolk Park residents that the new residential development planned for their suburb will address environmental and community concerns. Petrac representatives copped an earful from around 20 residents, with accusations ranging from increased trafďŹ c to environmental and social impacts. The lack of community consultation, however, appeared to be the sticking point. Public submissions close July 4, and the only community consultation was Saturday’s public information day, leaving only ďŹ ve days for submissions. ‘It was an oversight that we didn’t contact residents earlier,’ Director of Special Projects Stephen Bowers told the jeering crowd, although he said he ‘will take on board all these concerns’. The proposed site, Seacliffs, is on Hayters Road, which adjoins Baywood Chase and is being developed by residential specialist developer Petrac. The company claims to have a of history of creating environmentally and socially sustainable communities. Current projects include the Beach Road Holiday Homes project at Noosa North Shore, and PaciďŹ c Pines, a residential estate to be built at Lennox Head. Questions were rapidly ďŹ red at the trio, who appeared ill prepared for the public interrogation. Did you obtain information as to the ultimate acceptability of this project? ‘No.’ How many trucks will be using the road in construction? ‘I have no idea.’ Will this be a gated community? ‘No.’ There’s a 15 km speed limit on your site, but on Hayters Drive it’s 50 km. Surely this development will result in increased trafďŹ c and speeding trucks past our homes? ‘Yes, although the road has the capacity to handle the trafďŹ c. We will look at lowering the speed limit on Hayters Road.’

From left, David Cameron and Stephen Bowers of eco-development company Petrac.

But our road is a quiet street that children play on. Is there compensation for a children’s playground? ‘No.’ The proposed site is also a wildlife corridor, and many residents were concerned that this development will endanger native animals. The company’s ecologist Mark Fitzgerald, however, disagreed and said that measures had been effective at the Koala Beach residential estate. ‘The project will incorporate urban design that is wildlife corridor friendly, including the prohibition of dogs and cats. At our Noosa development, we installed over 100 nesting boxes in the trees that surround the construction site. We found that over 50% became inhabited by native animals such as sugar gliders and possums.’ According to Mr Bowers, Council won’t have to maintain the roads, lawns or manage sewerage and water, although the houses will be paying council rates. ‘The land has always been zoned and earmarked for residential development,’ he said. ‘We will do everything council

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requires for this development.’ ‘That’s what worries us!’ said one resident. Another local stormed off saying ‘There’s no compensation or respect for the people that live here.’ Mr Bowers explained that they consulted Council before the land was purchased and invited two of its staff out to show them where houses had been pegged out. ‘In the space we allotted 30 dwellings, they said that 100 houses are allowed.’ The project is proposed to commence in early 2008, according to Mr Bowers, and will use low-impact designs to help protect the surrounding natural environment. ‘The residential precinct will occupy just 27% of the 16.1 hectare property and each home will be architecturally designed on a site-speciďŹ c basis,’ Mr Bowers said. ‘Each house will deliver the best practice in sustainable

design, and every care will be taken to ensure that this project does not adversely impact the surrounding ecosystem. The remaining 73% of the land will be reserved for habitat purposes, including the preservation of the rainforest on the western escarpment and ecological rehabilitation areas.’ Mr Bowers also said they will construct less than onethird of the number of dwellings permitted under the Byron Local Environmental Plan. Luke Whistler, Development Manager, told The Echo that he searched Australia for the best sustainable civil engineer for this job. ‘I grew up in Ballina and my folks live in Byron Shire so I know the area well. I want this to be the agship for doing developments well.’ As a PR exercise, Saturday’s meeting appeared to be quite a disaster. How did it happen? ‘We are based in QLD, where the applicant has the obligation to put signs up and notify the public. In NSW, local council are responsible for advertising etc,’ Mr Bowers said. ‘There was some naivety on our part and we are playing catch up. There is no requirement to undertake public consultations either, though we wanted to inform residents. Also this is one of our smaller developments – a tenth of the size normally undertaken – and it fell through the cracks. I urge anyone concerned about our environmental credentials to look at our other projects.’ Since Saturday’s meeting, Mr Bowers told The Echo Petrac is prepared to put up a bond to council to ensure against any damage to Hayter’s road.

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Goonengerry Public School has just completed an eight-week Australian School Dance Program which involved all the students in a weekly dance class and culminated in a spectacular dance display at the end of term assembly. Kindergarten and Year 1 got in touch with their inner animal dancing to ‘The Jungle Book’, Years 2-3 danced to ‘Hey Mickey’, and Years 4-6 to ‘A little less conversation’.

Rising rents alarm Byron United after CBD survey Business lobby group Byron United recently conducted a rental survey of the Byron Bay CBD. Mark Timperley, organiser and spokesperson, said, ‘It was very pleasing to see a response of 25% and we hope that this information

will be helpful to our members and anyone looking at opening a business in the area.’ Mr Timperley was alarmed that the cost per square metre was similar to rents being paid in large shopping centres. ‘I am concerned that

winter is upon us and already businesses are closing their doors. We are certainly at risk of losing our village economy and niche retail outlets if rents continue to escalate. ‘I was certainly alarmed at the cost of rents in areas that did not get as much traffic as

Jonson and Lawson Street. High rents compared to low turnover are quite simply a recipe for disaster. People’s lives can be wrecked.’ The survey is available to Byron United members through its website at www. byronunited.org.au.


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Businesses help green Main Beach The one thousandth in a series of trees was planted at Main Beach last Wednesday. Rainforest Rescue launched the Main Beach Tree Planting Project in February with a vision to revegetate the degraded sand dunes. Byron Bay businesses and individuals gave ďŹ nancially to the project. The Green and Clean Awareness Team volunteers took on the task of managing the regeneration of zones 8, 9, 10 and 11 and will implement after-care at their monthly activity days held on the third Sunday of every month. The planting plans were approved by Byron Shire Council in accordance with the Byron Shire Vegetation Management Plan and in consultation with the Byron Bay Surf Club. Local salt tolerant plant species were selected with a particular focus on low growing plants that will retain and enhance the enjoyable existing seaside walk and ocean views even once they have reached full height. Alice Moffett from Rain-

Planting out, from left, volunteer Patricia Rocca, Alice Moffett, Rainforest Rescue, Jane Heynes, JHA Recruitment, Miles Shorten, JHA Recruitment, Teresa Heal, Clean & Green Awareness Team.

forest Rescue said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;There was a great response from the business community to help fund the project including support from The Green Garage, The Byron Bay Handimarket, Byronbay. com, Ed Silk Real Estate, Australian Admin Solutions, Dr. Doolittleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Novelties & Kool Katz SurďŹ ng. We are

really happy with the response â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the project had such appeal that we even received funds from outside the area from Zaishu and Blue Square, a furniture business based in Victoria. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We thank everyone who was involved including JHA Recruitment who donated in-kind labour support to the

value of $1,000.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; JHA is a locally owned and operated company which provides skill-hire, traffic control services, permanent recruitment, HR and OH&S and training service. Businesses who wish to support local tree planting projects can contact Rainforest Rescue on 6684 4360.

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greenhouse gas emissions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; some easy steps involve reducing energy use and signing up for GreenPower. I really like that the seventh day in the seventh month, in the year 2007 was chosen for this event â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it has to be an auspicious day. Help us make it an important event.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; For further enquiries phone Tracey on 0412 252 674. For further information about SOS and Live Earth â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and tools to assist in the climate crisis â&#x20AC;&#x201C; visit www. liveearth.org.

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Story & photo Lou Beaumont Many remember looking forward to art class more than other lessons at school but many among us also know the creative process as a daunting one. Year 5 and 6 students (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Whalesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;) of Byron Community School have been guided through their creative projects by a local artist, sculptor James Brown. Brown, who is best known for his â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;kindlingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pieces (or as he describes them â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;crosshatch drawings in spaceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;), has been working with the older students for a few terms as part of a greater Sculpture in the Schoolyard project implemented across all years in the school. The initiative of Rebecca Townsend, art consultant and co-director of artsCape and Casuarina Sculpture Walk, the project allows the children to experience an individual sculptural journey, with groups from kindergarten through to the oldest kids with their own sculpture projects each inspired by a different local sculptor. The kindy kids have been making nature mobiles based on local artist Virginia Reidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful shell chandeliers, Years 1 and 2 were inspired to make a rainbow mural from found objects by the works of

John Dahlsen and Years 3 and 4 had Hopi Steiner teach them how to make abstract plaster cast sculptures. Rebecca Townsend said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We spent a considerable amount of time thinking about what projects would be suitable for which classes. We had to make them age appropriate and consider all sorts of OH&S issues in addition to all the usual logistical artistic measures such as non-toxic glues that would also be resilient to the outdoors. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We really wanted the students to create something permanent for the school so that there was a historical element to their projects. The kids can work and play in the school and identify with which parts of the sculptures they made when they see them.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; As for the students in the upper classes, Rebecca felt that one to one time with a practising artist would be a great experience to have before heading into high school. The students learnt quickly that the project with James Brown, based loosely on the theme â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;My Homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, surpassed just art. The children were challenged by the often unexpected need for skills such as maths and geometry and an architectural

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Rural ďŹ re volunteers honoured Over 50 volunteers from Ballina, Byron and Tweed NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) brigades were honoured last Saturday in a ceremony recognising their exemplary dedication, commitment and service by new RFS Region North Manager, Chief Superintendent John Parnaby. Volunteer Ben McClymont of Main Arm Brigade in Byron Shire was one of many RFS members recognised. He was presented with the National Medal along with 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Clasps. Ben has been in the service for 62 years, joining his local brigade in 1945. The ceremony also recognised the efforts of volunteers in conjunction with local community groups in developing an audiovisual trailer RFS Region North Manager, Chief Superintendent John Parnaby, congratulates Main Arm resident Ben McClymont on his 62 years of service. on ďŹ re awareness. From previous page

games. The protest then continued, with colourful political rhymes and beats being blasted out by Combat Wombat and her â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Landmine Harry, a dummy made to illustrate the effects of war. Covered in blood and bandages, a PA made up part of Harryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s body to get his message across. Some of the events that were organised by SWAG

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At the sharp end of Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reforms Vol 22 #04

July 3, 2007

Why we are here If you are a newcomer to Byron Shire (that is, if you arrived later than sometime in the last century) you might occasionally be puzzled by the complaint of older residents that the alternative culture is not what it was. It is in the nature of things for the memories of oldtimers to acquire a patina of former glory, but although Byron Bay was never like Nimbin, it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like Double Bay either. There is no doubt that the Bay has been transformed by consumerism, just as there is no doubt that Main Arm is about to encounter its ďŹ rst middle-class residential estate, born in the belly of a Trojan Horse called sustainable development. However, the newcomers are right to be puzzled. Despite the gentriďŹ cation of the Shire it remains one of the most creative places in Australia, with more experiments in art, technology and politics per acre than any comparable community (California possibly excepted). Visitors detect this unusual openness to new ideas and the solid achievements it has made possible. If you are alert to sociological nuances you will ďŹ nd in Byron Shire a different way of doing things, with all the stages of life represented from natural childbirth to non-commercial funerals, and everything in between. Alternative schools, organic food and naturopathic health ďŹ&#x201A;ourish here; local festivals of art, music, ďŹ lm and publishing have national proďŹ les; an information technology industry is taking root; there are even communes still surviving â&#x20AC;&#x201C; just. Sometimes in straining for the ideal we can become oblivious to the actual, and miss the fact that so many enterprising people are doing such original things here. These achievements are more likely to be celebrated in ďŹ lm than in print. Alternative ďŹ lm-makers, in the sense of freelance, politically engaged and self-funded innovators, abound in the Shire and form the makings of a ďŹ lm resource the mainstream companies are beginning to notice. But even more important in communicating Byron to the world is the runaway expansion of the internet. It seems that hardly a week passes without the opening of a new site claiming to be the portal for â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Byron Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and that term prompts search engines to produce an astronomical number of references. The Echo has recorded, and been immersed in, the history of the Shire for over two decades, and has also operated a website for more than ten years. At present the site offers a page-for-page version of the printed newspaper, a useful aid for travelling residents and a source of amazement for curious foreigners. It is partly feedback from this site that informs the opinion that, despite an acknowledged myriad of problems, there is much in Byron Shire that we can be proud of. We shall retain this archival aspect of the site but later this year The Echo will present in addition a greatly enlarged and enhanced homepage that we believe will truly earn the title of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;portalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. It is ambitious in the extreme to try to represent to the world the creative ferment and social melting pot that is Byron Shire, but the omens are good and the prototype bids fair to achieve this aim. What is unique and valuable in our community deserves a wider audience than newsprint can command, and even old-timers may then rediscover the reasons they were drawn here.

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y and large Australians have been prepared to give John Howard the beneďŹ t of the doubt over his plans to recolonise the Northern Territory. They know him to be cunning, devious, mean and tricky. They note that he has lied to them before, constantly, and especially in election years. They realise that he has been getting increasingly desperate for an issue â&#x20AC;&#x201C; any issue â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which he can use to wrest the initiative back from Kevin Rudd. Nonetheless, most commentators and voters seem prepared to concede that he is at least partly sincere in his desire to tackle the sexual abuse of children in Aboriginal settlements. And even if he isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really care; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about time something was done, and if this is the only way to do it, well, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s get on with it. The melancholy truth behind this acquiescence is that most Australians have never thought very much about the plight of the Aborigines and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not about to start now; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lot easier to feel indignant about the problems that have emerged than to feel guilty about what caused them in the ďŹ rst place. As has been pointed out by politicians and editors since well before federation, there are no votes in Aborigines, and stories about them donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sell newspapers. Howard hopes to gain ground from the exercise not by appearing compassionate but by appearing tough. However one substantial group of Australians remains unconvinced: the Aborigines themselves. They, after all, have been at the sharp end of Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reforms all too often. They remember his

support for Pauline Hanson, his endless vendettas against ATSIC, his refusal to apologise for the stolen generations, his legislation to nullify the High Courtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wik decision, his contemptuous dismissal of the idea of a treaty, let alone any form of selfdetermination, and his undermining of respected leaders like Pat Dodson. Unsurprisingly, they have generally greeted the current mobilisation with healthy scepticism. One of their ďŹ rst reactions was to denounce it as an excuse for repealing

were doing it because they could. But, said Howard, after ďŹ ve years their land would revert to the old community title, cross his heart it would. Well, up to a point, corrected Generalissimo Mal Brough: of course, if the community could be bribed or bullied into accepting individual title instead, the way some of the Tiwi Island communities had, then that would be the go. A lot could happen in ďŹ ve years, especially five years under effective martial law â&#x20AC;Ś In other words, this is not

The melancholy truth is that most Australians have never thought very much about the plight of the Aborigines and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not about to start now. by Mungo MacCallum native title; the Howard strategy includes the leasing back of the settlements for ďŹ ve years and the abolition of the permit system by which communities can decide who comes onto their property. Howard immediately denied that his actions constituted a land grab, which should have prompted the immediate question: if itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not a land grab, why are you grabbing the land? It apparently took the Canberra press gallery a week to ask it, and when the answer came it was hardly reassuring: it was necessary, Howard said, to make sure the troops had total control. If they decided to build houses, or for that matter to knock them down, they did not want be held up by any need for development approvals or the like. Essentially, they

all about the sexual abuse of children at all. The agenda is far wider. It is worth noting that the document which sparked all this, the Little Children are Sacred report prepared by Rex Wild and Pat Anderson for the Northern Territory government, does not even contemplate the kind of blanket takeover Howard and Brough have mounted; throughout its 97 recommendations runs a constant theme of the need for consultation and cooperation. Almost all of these recommendations have been ignored: instead we have a virtual invasion, an all-gunsblazing attack on a list of settlements chosen apparently more for their location â&#x20AC;&#x201C; close to townships from which the invaders can access infrastructure and materiel â&#x20AC;&#x201C; than for their actual problems.

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Think ďŹ rst Good on ya, Peg Balfour (Letters, June 26). Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s think before we buy â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Made in Chinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and consider the issues of CO2 emissions, minimal or negligible pollution controls and so on. I would take it even further. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s look at our ecological footprints in the Western World â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7.9 hectares per person for every single one of us in Oz! Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right, folks, we are living beyond the Earthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sustainable balance â&#x20AC;&#x201C; overshoot they called it! We get there quicker and quicker each year as we draw down the Earthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future capital. The question I pose to everyone is not only to look at the label, but to ask yourself the question: Do I need it? How much stuff do we really need? A lot of stuff â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Made in Chinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and elsewhere is cheap â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and that lures us â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it ends up in the bin and adds yet more rubbish to our tip. What a waste of planetary resources, at what cost to the environment â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and ultimately to all of us. Gayle Russell

Mullumbimby

Cultural merit Just who are the neighbours of the Mullum market who would want the drumming banned? Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a neighbour, I wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t asked. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t particularly like it but hey, any artform has cultural merit from graďŹ tti to bongos. On one day a month, for a few hours, if itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not raining, the drummers perform. I say let â&#x20AC;&#x2122;em live, you book burners. Edward Gray

Mullumbimby

Keep off the grass Many in the Brunswick Heads community share

More care on the roads Q The recent tragic death of a cyclist highlights for all road users the basic fundamental principle of using the roads in a way to suit the conditions whatever they may be, particularly at night. The prevailing conditions in Byron area include poorly engineered, badly surfaced and poorly lit roads. Road users of all kinds are often inexperienced, frequently intoxicated or under the influence of so-called recreational drugs. These conditions are not likely to change any time soon. Stupidity cannot be legislated against. How often do we see cars Merran Morrisionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s concerns (Letters, June26) with Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Parks & Gardens department. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been battling with Council & Parks staff for over a decade to protect our foreshore parklands from the concrete menace. Plans for a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;hard surfacedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; foreshore walkway along the Brunswick riverbank have been rejected at least four times, by the community and Council, but Park Staff appear determined to continue on their quest to lay more pathways. Early this year, staff against all advice from Council, Arakwal representatives and our Landcare coordinators laid a 10m strip of tarred â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;cyclewayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; within metres of the riverbank next to the Bowling Club. Efforts are now under way to have this toxic slab removed, unfortunately at the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. Currently two signiďŹ cant Coastal Cypress pine trees on Tweed Street road reserve alongside Massey Greene Caravan are targeted for destruction to make way for the coastal cycleway. This could easily be avoided by simply moving the caravan park fence which actually encroaches onto the road reserve and going around the trees, as recommended by

with faulty lights, cyclists with no lights and pedestrians in black clothing on the streets at night? No wonder incidents are all too common. Only when we all properly consider the prevailing conditions and use the road accordingly will we see a signiďŹ cant reduction in casualties on the road. Arnold Toynbee

Coopers Shoot QIt is with much interest I read your article about the death of a cyclist on Ewingsdale Road.Yet another tragic loss to the community. Tonight on my way home between Byron and Suffolk I Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environmental ofďŹ cer Hank Bower. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve yet to see if the trees will survive or the concrete pathway prevail, but if Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parks and gardens staff have their way, there soon wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be an untidy blade of grass or a messy tree left in our community. Michele Grant

Ocean Shores

Bouquet A lot of people are quick to criticise the Council and no doubt it is deserved in some cases. However I think it is also important to be complimentary when things are done well. I recently applied for development consent to build a new covered deck at home and received approval in about ten days. That seems pretty efďŹ cient to me. Garth Luke

Mullumbimby

Adding to the mess One might think that the takeover of powers from the Northern Territory by the federal government in relation to the NT government report, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Little Children are Sacredâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, is a positive response, until one realises there is a federal election six months away, and an emergency response to the plight of

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passed ďŹ ve cyclists. Not one was wearing a helmet, one bike had reďŹ&#x201A;ectors, no bike was ďŹ tted with lights. Part of my duty as a doctor has entailed caring for the tragic consequences of bike accidents. One patient is now wheelchair bound with severe brain injury. Others have been â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;luckyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; with only broken bones or cuts and bruises. I suppose my question is, what has to happen to get people to take on the protection needed for safe and sane cycling?

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we will simply add to the mess we have already made. We have trouble recognising the importance of the emotional body. We appear to assume that the negatives in the history of a person or race should have no relationship to who they are now. In fact, Professor Judy Atkinson, head of Southern Cross University’s Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples, while trying to get the government’s attention for programs to treat violence trauma, was told in 2005 by a senior advisor to a Howard cabinet minister: ‘We know all this stuff – can’t you people just get over it?’ There wasn’t just a stolen generation of Aboriginal children, but also deprived generations of white children. White children were typically deprived of emotional bonding with their parents that caused them to be convinced in adulthood that an emotional life’, the emotional body, had little relevance. The ensuing hole in the emotional heart was filled with materialism. Emotional deprivation for white children is centuries old. It was common practice in may parts of Europe for small children to be separated from their parents and bonded to tradesmen/ women or those who could teach weapons skills. In the 19th century children were idealised as people who should be seen and not heard. The schooling of children pretended that the 24 hour daily nearness of parents was unimportant, and mothers ignored the primal tugging of their heartstrings when children

exhibited feelings of desertion on their first day of school. To this day, breast feeding where arguably most bonding is able to occur, is still not a usual preoccupation, small children are routinely separated from their mothers in creches and others are placed in boarding and day schools. One could hypothesise that this constitutes an ages long pattern of emotional abuse. The studies of the importance of emotional bonding on individual wellbeing are legion, and yet in white society they are routinely ignored in practice. It goes somewhere toward explaining the apparent white callousness towards the stolen generation, and the shallow responses of successive governments toward Aboriginal distress. Professor Atkinson makes the point that ‘trauma must be treated, not just excluded or penalised’. Australia wold do well as a minimum to supply trauma treatment, for unless emotional trauma of white Australia is treated as well, one could envisage the continuation of the extremely sad situation where the abused abuse the abused. Geoff Dawe

Uki

Goodbye tree What can adequately express the sickness induced by the bureaucratically sanctioned destruction of a tree, whose only crime is to dare to grow where the ‘sacred god’ of concrete has spread its cold, dead, flat sterility? What slow, blinding soul-death has led humans to the unthinking acceptance of the idea that a carpark’s horizontal integrity

is of more worth than that which gives shade, shelter, air, and joy to the eyes and heart? Which was there first, the carpark or the tree? How many years did it take to grow, and how many minutes did it take a chainsaw to dismember? How can the stark ugliness of what is there now compare with what once grew freely? And in 100 years, how many trees will there be growing over your graves? David Brauchli

Brunswick Heads

Transport poverty A recent report on ABC radio drew attention to the likely emergence of ‘transport poverty’ among large

sections of the Australian population unless governments start seriously addressing the serious lack of public transport infrastructure (www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/06/27/1963181. htm). We can’t wait until petrol prices reach the point where people can no longer afford to go to work, as the report suggested. As Louise Doran noted in last week’s Echo, the federal government needs to act on restoring the Casino-Murwillumbah rail line and linking it to Queensland as a key measure to address climate change. We can add the need to act to ensure the future social, economic and environmental sustainability

What happened to media neutrality? Q Mungo MacCallum’s polluted attempt (Echo, June 26,) to discredit the government’s initiative in dealing with child abuse issues in the Northern Territory is disappointing but not surprising. His euphemistic description of what is probably the wholesale destruction of the reproductive organs of countless numbers of prepubescent children and the murder of their souls as merely the degradation of Aboriginal children is beyond belief. No doubt this latest event in the tragic history of our nation will sustain this frenzied organism until something else comes along. Bill Tweedie

Mullumbimby Q Whatever happened to neutrality in the media? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not so naive as to believe that government in Australia is not elected on the back of

popular media but surely there should at least be a modicum of restraint. The cartoon run in your editorial section of The Echo on June 19 would have to be one of the most disgraceful examples of media bias I have ever seen; perhaps someone should check out your accounts, there is a fair chance they may contain some campaign donations from poor old Joe McDonald. Your ‘King John and the public purse’ article in the same edition is, if anything, an even worse example of bias. I know that many people prefer not to profess their political leanings but I’m happy to go on the record – I have voted Labor for the last three federal elections mainly because I believe there needs to be more protection for the average worker (not that there is many of them left in the Byron Shire compared to

ten years back). I was planning to go ahead and vote for Labor again in the upcoming election but I am starting to have some reservations. It would be interesting to hear what your female readers think of Rudd’s handling of his wife’s business interests or of his brothers for that matter. In addition, for a party that was founded specifically to promote union interests in the political arena it’s strange that Kevin seems to think he has a right to expell union members from the party. These are active union members that have spent a lifetime struggling for workers’ rights and supporting the labour movement! I am having trouble justifying a vote for an opposition that seems to be wholely interested in grabbing power. So far all of their policy releases in my opinion seem to be nothing more than bla-

tant vote grabs based on sketchy theory. Public service employees in the Byron Shire may do well to have a look at Rudd’s record while he was under the employ of the Goss governement up in Queensland as well – not what you would call supporting the average worker, that’s for sure. I’m not at all certain whether you will print this letter but I think your paper, in the interests of democracy, has a responsibility to represent both political parties and allow your readers to make an informed choice.

of our community. The money required is about 10%-15% of the total amount of money spent on the Pacific Highway in the Richmond electorate over the last 15 years and will give us infrastructure that will last for at least 50 years. Basil Cameron

Goonengerry

Peace protests It seems strange to me that in order to espouse the cause of peace that little thought seems to be given to the way of protecting that most desirable state. I remember only too well the statement of the English Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, after returning from visiting Germany, waving a paper and proclaiming, ‘Peace in our Time’. Here was a man prepared to accept peace at any price, a view which cost Britain and its Allies dearly. It does seem paradoxical, that to ensure peace a nation must train and be ready in case of attack by other nations and it might be well to remember that the troops at Shoalwater Bay are training to that end. Tony Lawrence

Mullumbimby

Time for peace

tions to support massive initial attacks on Baghdad. There were no valid reasons for this illegal invasion. Saddam could not have matched the slaughter it unleashed. Striking terror with terror begets more terror. Courageous leadership would have taken the more difficult moral approach of turning the other cheek. It is time for a new kind of courage and some universal spiritual principles of the kind espoused by Jesus and Mohammed. Not those of some of their more aggressive followers. It is time for a new US leader to admit the USA made a grave error, to ask Iraqis for forgiveness, to promise immediate withdrawal. As perpetrators the USA and their allies have forfeited any right to remain. Hatred towards them is an impediment to peace. Withdrawal is unthinkable to many. They can’t see beyond the inevitable. But the mere enunciation of this intent will set in train actions towards peace. The world won’t be found short of reputable peace brokers waiting to bring all parties into dialogue. The question is could the Democrats transform and produce such leadership in the face of vested economic interests? Could Australia or Britain conceivably evolve such leadership in the alliance?

Calls to complete the job or that Iraq will degenerate into anarchy in the absence of the occupiers are motivated to save face and elections, wishful thinking without subJames Nagel stance. Suffolk Park Hayo van der Woude Weak leadership relied on Broken Head fearful misinformed populaQ I assume Mr Nagel is referring to the Joe McDon- Q Letters received from Tom Koo, Alstonville, Peter Olson, ald who is assistant secretary Goonengerry, R Mort, Byron Bay, Vivienne Martin, Byron Bay, of the CFMEU, rather than Rhonda Ellis, Mullumbimby, Chrissy Hughes, Hawthorne QLD, the lead singer of Country Carline Savage, no address, John Hayter, Tintenbar, Paul Brecht, Joe and the Fish. Neither has Mullumbimby, I Cooper, Suffolk Park, Jack, no address, J Ball, contributed to our coffers – Brunswick Heads, Elaine Seiler, ReGenesis Enterprises, Herman Vandervegt, Mullumbimby, S Briskey, Burrum Heads. Ed


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Parrot debate rivals dog walking outbursts Q How embarrassing! Your article on page 17 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Welcoming the rowdy birdsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is a mine of misinformation. The bird pictured is a Rainbow Lorikeet, not a Rosella. Rainbows are the larrikins of the bird world, travelling in gangs and yelling and squabbling all day. Rosellas, on the other hand, usually travel in pairs and are quite quiet. I am surprised that you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t pick it up yourself, they (lorikeets) infest the palms on Mullumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main street at dusk every evening. Andrew Hall

New Brighton QOne of the reasons that we are seeing the increasingly rapid extinction of all of our unique wildlife is because Australians have such little interest in the spectacular life forms around them that they

can never be bothered to identify one species from the next. Consequently, almost no-one notices the dramatic emptying of our forests and countryside of the delightful species that until recently inhabited them. A decade of a lack summer rains due to runaway global warming and the almost complete destruction of lowland forests and wildlife corridors in NSW and Queensland have devastated our ecosystems. But no-one notices because a handful of adaptable species, currawongs, crows, magpies, butcherbirds, kookaburras, mudlarks, wagtails, honeyeaters, etc with their wonderful calls ďŹ lling the air, make it appear that all is well. Of this small company of birds, I have rarely met anyone who can even

correctly identify any of these. The parrot that appears in the article â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Welcoming the rowdy birdsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is not a rosella but a rainbow lorikeet. Eastern rosellas are common in our area and live in small family flocks and can be identiďŹ ed by the bright scarlet head, white cheeks, blackspotted yellow and green plumage with blue wings. They regularly feed on the ground and have a slow, undulating ďŹ&#x201A;ight with soft musical chattering calls. Rainbow lorikeets are completely different and have blue heads, green backs and wings and red and orange breasts and underwing plumage. They have brush-tipped tongues to sip nectar and pollen from ďŹ&#x201A;owers, have a rapid ďŹ&#x201A;ight with loud musical screeching calls and congre-

gate in large ďŹ&#x201A;ocks to socialise and roost. Although I mostly appreciate reading Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s articles, there is so little written about our living treasures, it does not help to publish faulty identiďŹ cations of even our most common species. Gary Opit

Wooyung QIn last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Echo, I wrote another article about local ecology and biology in general. With it was published my photo of a local parrot in a ďŹ&#x201A;owering tree. As a cautious biologist, trained in NZ but working here in Australia, I asked NPWS to verify the name of the tree. I ďŹ gured I knew the bird. Judging from the emails and calls since the article was published, I am told I got the name of the bird wrong.

How did I get that wrong, I wondered? I checked back to NZ websites from Dept of Conservation, where pictures of rosellas illustrate articles about lorikeets. A search through online taxonomy reports outlines technicalities about whether and how lorikeets and rosellas should be grouped together or separately. Finally an Australian bird site explains that with some 20 species and nearly 30 subspecies, sometimes it is hard to tell the difference from plumage. They suggest the blue head might be a good indicator. I want to thank all the readers who kindly shared their local knowledge with me about the name of the bird. In over 15 years of work in community, I still ďŹ nd that local information is really important. Time and again, I

learn how much I have to unlearn. I also appreciate yet again the importance of scientiďŹ c names. I should learn from history. When Captain Cook and Banks journeyed in the Antipodes, they used common names from England willy-nilly. Perhaps in future articles, I should include scientific Latin names, plus local names, and some taxonomic references to boot. I look to the late great Oscar Wilde and add that not only are USA and UK divided by a common language, but so are Australia and New Zealand. And so can be â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;specialistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;localsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. In the end, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s love watching the birds. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mind the trees. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s celebrate being alive. Mary Gardner

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Navigating the confusing immunisation maze Simon Haslam Vaccination rates in the Byron area are the second lowest in Australia.* Only wealthy Eastern Suburbs Sydney has a lower rate of full immunisation. Why do 30% of children in this region not receive the full schedule of vaccinations? Should that concern the rest of the population who do vaccinate their children? Should it concern those elderly people who were vaccinated when they were young, but whose vac-

cine efďŹ cacy has now worn off? Should we have a compulsory vaccination regime in Australia? With the overwhelming weight of opinion of doctors and public health ofďŹ cials in strong support of the current vaccination schedule, why would so many people not want their children to receive the beneďŹ ts of what is arguably a shining success story of modern public health policy? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Life Mattersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on ABC

Radio National at 9am (and repeated in the evenings) on July 10,11 and 12 will answer some of these questions. On July 13 there will be a talkback session. The program called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Immunisation Mazeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; follows four Byron couples (selected after responding to a story in The Echo) who had not yet vaccinated their children. In May and June this year documentar y maker Mel McMillan followed them into information sessions

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Professor Booy believes that many parents seeking answers to childhood tragedies incorrectly blame vaccination, and fail to realise that refusing to vaccinate is a positive decision to place children at unnecessary risk. But with fewer of our anxious modern parents experiencing ďŹ rsthand the effects of vaccine-preventable diseases, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Immunisation Mazeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; shows that it is becoming harder for authorities to convince parents that the admittedly low risk of a severe reaction to the actual disease, is a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;worse betâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; than the dramatically lower risk of a severe reaction to a vaccine. Can parents rely solely on Government recommendations, and on research sponsored by drug companies, to make the right decision on this issue for their children? If parents dissent from the orthodox view, what should doctors and health authorities do? *70.8% â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;fully immunisedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; at 2 years in the Byron statistical area. 70.2% Mossman statistical area. The Australian average is 91.2%. National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance Australia . **NCIRS October 2005***NCIRS May 2007

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meaning that she has probably come out of the assignment owing us not very much at all â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not that I could be sure of that. The days of knowing what your fellow worker is being paid are as dead as a dodo, comrade. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Workplace agreements suit us right down to the ground,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I told her when she started whingeing. Fortunately, she had her mother, Faerie Queene, on the hunt with her. It was not so much a matter of asking for her help as not being able to keep the old moll off the scent. It was she who alerted the world to the presence in Our Shire of rugby league legend Graham â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Wombatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Eadie last month. [Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s another story he missed out on â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ed.] â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;She even goes to Australian movies,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cat Carer gasped. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Then sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll know LaPaglia for sure.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Faerie Queeneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quaint determination to support local cinema proved to be not in vain. I told them to cruise the areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most likely venues, the

I was anxious myself. Then it came through online. The girls had given up the ghost for the day and were all but back at home in Bruns. They pulled over to get Faerie Queeneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ration of Dubonnet, and there he was, The Man, sunning himself and reading This Paper. But was it him? An appended note read â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t find LaPaglia anywhere, but did you know that Simon Crean was up here?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I plan to retain Cat Carer and her Mum (who actually reads Australian novels, too) for when the Writersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Festival star gaze rolls into town. The organisers have breathlessly promised us â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;deep thoughtsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (or was it â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;deep throatsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;?), and already Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m worried that The Boss might send me off after one of the luminaries, like David Marr. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;What was he in?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cat Carer has asked. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not a movie star,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I explained. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Oh. . . Who does he look like then?â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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The Generator goes ofďŹ&#x201A;ine until election John Laws is not the only pair of golden tonsils hanging up his headphones this week. Giovanni Ebono, host of The Generator, a popular and inďŹ&#x201A;uential radio show running on Bay FM since 2005, will give up the panel at the community radio station until the federal election is over. He was elected Greens candidate for the federal seat of Richmond last month and has decided not to juggle the rigours of a weekly two hour radio show and an election campaign.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;A hard-hitting show like The Generator can hardly promise to be politically neutral,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Uncle Joe, Ebonoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on-air persona. The Generator moved into the popular 9am Monday spot in November 2006 taking over from Nyck Jeanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heart 2 Heart. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Nyck felt a Thursday spot would give him time to read The Echo and line up guests,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ebono claimed. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Every problem is an opportunity. We just stalked The Echo journalists and told listeners what

was going to be in next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newspaper.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Mullumbimby man appeared in Mandy Nolanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Virgin SacriďŹ ce at the Byron Bay Bowling club on June 25. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I understand Sue Page is no relative to Don Page, or the seat of Page,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he joked. Editor of Sustainable Living for Dummies and the forthcoming Global Poverty for Dummies, Ebono is also an author. He hopes that his forthcoming Guide to Saving the Planet will sell well enough to feed his family while he is

running a political campaign. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;There is always the danger that I get so busy with the big issues that my own family misses out.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BayFM management is currently experimenting with different approaches to the timeslot. The management committee hopes to keep it on air, even without Ebono at the controls. Right: Giovanni Ebono, right, and Wayne Wadsworth in the Secret Garden, a regular feature of The Generator.

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Byron Bay Writers Festival

What it really means to be an adult Adult Themes: Rewriting the Rules of Adulthood by Kate Crawford Reviewed by Mandy Nolan

A featured writer at the upcoming festival, Kate Crawford is the author of Adult Themes: Rewriting the Rules of Adulthood, a book which identiďŹ es the cultural values implicit in the assignation of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;adultâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nonadultâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; behaviour. Kate Crawford is a writer, a composer and an academic. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worked as a journalist, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s presented an ABC TV series, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a regular on ABC radio as a cultural commentator, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lecturer in Media and Communications at Sydney University, and in her spare time when sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not crocheting the edges of tea towels or hand embroidering her curriculum vitae, Crawford is a well known music producer, having released three albums and six EPs with B(if)tek and Clone. She rents, sports no ring and is currently listed on the relationship stock exchange as: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;availableâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. While her career achievements are massive, Crawford falls well short of meeting the adulthood indicators and is a prime example of the much maligned and steretoyped generation now being referred to as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;adulescentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; or â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;kidultsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Media commentators proclaim these well-educated, single, childless, travelobsessed young people as the scourge of adulthood, and they alone bear the full responsiblity for what is predicted as a social apocolypse: a childless future of property deficient gadget-obsessed geeks. In her impressive text Crawford deconstructs the mythology surrounding adulthood. Each chapter is another onion skin which

Kate Crawford, author of Adult Themes.

shrouds our social assumptions about what it means to be an adult. The well researched chapters deal with work, marriage, children and family, property, culture, politics and citizenship and conclude with an optimistic rewrite of a new narrative for adulthood, and point the reader in the direction of the Ethics of Adulthood. This is not the kind of book you pick up for a night time read. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dense with information. This text has been thoroughly researched, and Crawford interweaves resources from pop culture with philosophers, media commentators, literary theorists and more. In fact, this book is so well resourced that one assumes that this is a PhD project, as no ordinary writer would go to such extraordinary lengths to

develop such a careful argument. This is not supposition and prejudice. This is a precise negotiation that investigates the social markers of adulthood. This is a powerful and academic response to rhetorical clichĂŠs which donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t acknowledge the increasing diversity and heterogeneity of culture. The much maligned generation X and Y are operating in a different sphere to their â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;adultâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; parents. Members of that generation often cite economic difďŹ culties for remaining childless and without property. In fact, as Crawford points out, these generations are heavily taxed, to cope with the burden of an ageing population. Although Adult Themes locates the generational oppositions established by the media, it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seek to fur ther the argument

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between Baby Boomers and the X an Y crew. She points out very succinctly that the mere act of creating generational divides is simply a marketing exercise to identify consumer values, and is never indicative of peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s real experience. One person may be living in a housing commission ďŹ&#x201A;at in Penrith, the other in a beachhouse in Wategoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Byron Bay. They cannot possibly be ascribed the same values, although social commentators continue to do this through their generational labels. In Adult Themes, Crawford clearly identifies that the playing field has changed distinctly, and the way we ďŹ nd work, form families and engage in politics and culture has radically transformed. Crawford argues that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time the debates on social values recognise the variety of ways we choose to live. The gatekeepers of adulthood are asked to cough up the key, as the future is about embracing diversity in a landscape of shared values rather than arbitrar y attributes like age or property ownership. Crawford echoes the sentiments of Nobel Prize winning poet Seamus Heaney, and reiterates that we are in fact hunters and collectors of values on an ongoing quest for meaning. It is not so much what delineates â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;adultâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, it is more about the failures and successes on the quest to being human.

    

           

                  

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Barrows pushed vigorously in the temple of governance Michael McDonald I have been to the motherefďŹ n mountaintop, to paraphrase Eminem, and it was littered with rocks and crazed prophets, so instead last week I took myself along to the last meeting until August â&#x20AC;&#x201C; supposedly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; of Byron Shire Council. Everybody else had the same idea and public access was crammed with folk pushing various barrows, in a much more concise and eloquent fashion than councillors managed later. It began with the dogs on beaches debate, which is covered in the news pages. Maggie Tardif spoke in favour of extending the exercise area at Brunswick Heads to one kilometre, while Lance Ferris of Australian Seabird Rescue talked of the danger of dogs to native species, and Andrew Page from the Marine Park Authority was adamant that a 12 month period of grace for miscreants was over and the whip would be coming down. Paul Spooner of the Byron Youth Service and Katie Watts were next up, promoting the beneďŹ ts to young people of the Get Rocked concert to be held at Byron Bay High in September with the support of the state governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Music NSW program. Later Mayor Jan Barham was

successful 7-3, Crs Tardif, Tucker and Woods opposed, in moving that Council support the event and waive the development application fees. She also got a 6-4 vote to give $15,000 towards the event, with some councillors expressing doubts about the viability of Get Rocked since the gig had fallen over before when a major act pulled out of the lineup. Gayle Russell, the convenor of the North Coast Climate Action Group, spoke in support of Council establishing a sustainability committee and the value of Council having a sustainability ofďŹ cer. Apparently Council is lodged somewhere between Milestones 3 and 4 in some Greenhouse Strategy or another whereas some 60 Australian councils have moved on to Milestone 5. So many miles to go before the apocalypse. The notion of Byron as a green shire ruled by green extremism is certainly a nonsense when you see how other places get along with doing environmentally sensible things without a fuss. Council later resolved 6-4 to establish the committee and to advertise for community representatives. Jeannette Martin, the ĂŠlan vital behind the Mullumbimby Community Garden, urged Council to get a move-on with

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establishing said garden on its land next to the Mullumbimby tennis courts near Saltwater Creek rather than hanging about for a consultant to prepare a plan of management, which is required for land classiďŹ ed â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. There are 77 paid-up garden members, said Ms Martin, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;all busting to get their hands in the dirtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and willing to pull together with Council to get a draft plan up in three months. Council later resolved 6-4 that Council support the preparation of a Draft Generic Plan of Management for Mullumbimby Sports Fields for general use which includes a community garden. Noted local journalist and standup comedian Bruce McKenzie spoke on behalf of his mum about the distress of permanent residents at Coun-

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got their modiďŹ cations. Michael Worrall, Wategoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Beach resident involved in trafďŹ c engineering for some 30 years, spoke against making Marine Parade and Brownell Drive â&#x20AC;&#x201C; parts of the same road â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a one way street. He said it would increase the speed of trafďŹ c and make it harder for residents to get out of their drives. He noted the lack of space for pedestrians and the dangerous condition of the road into Wategoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x201C; pedestrians, including mums with prams, forced to walk on the road, shoulders â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;never mowed or gradedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Council later resolved that in view of the objections raised by the residents the existing twoway trafďŹ c ďŹ&#x201A;ow be retained. During public submissions Paul Spooner reappeared, this time with longtime local resident Norma Forest, 83, arguing for a safer crossing on Ewingsdale Road near the Belongil Creek bridge, following the recent death of Brian Brummell. They also called for the speed to be reduced to 60kmh from BP Ozigo into town and a safety audit of existing cyclepaths. All this before 10.30am, and then the meeting proper. These puntersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; lively and compelling views are written down nowhere else for the public record.

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A prime position and plenty of parking are some of the reasons to visit the Pass Café. Pause on the Cape Byron walking track and pacify our hunger pangs with breakfast, brunch or lunch or perhaps a piece of pear and polenta cake to go with perfect coffee. Pour over the papers in peace on the sunny deck or cosy indoors seating and enjoy the pleasures of the Pass experience ! Parties are catered for and there is currently a Friday Lunch Special of two courses for a petite $20. Paradise ! Open from 8am - 3pm 7 days a week. Telephone 6685 6074.

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Our policy at PSY.CO is all about layering clothes so that you may peel them off as the day gets hotter. Start with a long singlet. Over that put a jumper, tunic or shirt. Then comes the cardigan. Finally the jacket, scarf, beanie and gloves. On the bottom half you’ve got leggings or jeans or perhaps a long skirt. All worn with boots of course. Our sizes go from 6 to 18. We guarantee to make you look and feel fabulous, no matter what your size. PSY.CO 45 Burringbar St Mullumbimby. Phone 6684 6644.

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Planet Corroboree – specialising in Regional Indigenous Art are offering 20% off all paintings for the month of July. Indigenous work expresses the artists’ individuality and their deep relationship to country and the richness of a living aboriginal culture. Bundjalung country is uniquely honoured in the work of talented artists such as Digby Moran, Oral Roberts and Magpie. Support your local indigenous artist community @ the Community Centre 1/69 Jonson St, Byron Bay. Phone 6680 7884.

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Traditionally composers and conductors of classically styled music tend to be men. Rae Howell is the artistic director for the Sunwrae Ensemble, and as the signature composer, player and director, she is pioneering an original and authentic voice in the genre she calls â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;cinematic music.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; To start off with, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard to even ďŹ nd a genre for this 9 piece ensemble that constitutes vibraphone, grand piano, string quartet, alto ďŹ&#x201A;ute, double bass and drum.

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â&#x20AC;&#x201C; there are no rules to composing and no one tells you what is right or wrong, but the most important thing is to ďŹ nd your voice.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; All the members of Raeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ensemble are classically trained. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;They have a strong improvisitory background. They know how to listen to each other and can be really solid. At the same time they have the freedom to play around with solos... often I leave sections of the compositions for them to interpret and improvise. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important that everyone has their own voice and their input into what they create.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; People talk about the difďŹ culty of touring a band, but how do you get a 9 piece on the road. And man, they sure are mighty big instruments. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have government funding like other ensembles. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to start to tell you how complicated organising a tour can be, this has been in the running since August last year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not just something I have whipped up. And the instruments are big: harp, vibrophone, they are the bigger

Rae, who majored in composition at Melbourne University heads an ensemble that has been called one of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premiere exponents of what we might call new classical. Interestingly she notes the similarities between the way composers like Mozart and Beethoven made their music. Sunwrae Ensemble doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t play the master composers, instead, it does what they did: create new innovative and ground-breaking work. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;In half of their music, Mozart and Beethoven actually improvised. I am actually getting back to the roots of classical music, but they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really accept that, (classical puritans) because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s big and dramatic. I am just putting my own twist on things

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Ensemble changes so much, people come and go, this is the ďŹ rst time I will have the same ensemble for 10 shows in a row. I guess the level of musicianship means that they can sit in or sit out, but the challenge with running an ensemble is that you do have a lot of players going through. I have reached this far with perseverance, a lot of people have helped me along the way. The interesting difference between ensembles and bands, is that bands might break up in a few years time, but I see Sunwrae as my lifelong project, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all my original music, and I am taking full responsibility!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Creating music is an intense experience for Rae, who makes herself even more vulnerable, by also being one of the players. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I have had internal troubles about accepting what I do and who I am and the music that I create... because a lot of academics look down on someone like me because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not along the lines of traditional music... but there are a lot of conservative listeners and alternative listeners that enjoy it. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so luscious, and I think all you need to do is understand that it sounds good to your ears.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; It really tugs on the heart strings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; I have cried in performances before while I am playing. Particularly if I am so focused and my head goes back to where I was when I wrote it. I always get a great response from the audience with a huge smile and they hold their hands to their heart.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Sunwrae Ensemble also features Kellie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dempsey painting in response to the ensembleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s musical creations. The Sunwrae Ensemble plays the Byron Community Centre on Friday. Tickets are $25/$20 and bookings can be made on: 6685 6807 8pm start!

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GIVE AWAYS

[ mandy nolan ]

DIARY OF A PEANUT QUEEN Every life is full of regrets. Mine can be summed up in just one sentence. I could have been a Show Queen. But alas, I was never to feel the soft breeze of the satin sash against my skin, or the stab of the crown’s metal pins into my skull, and I was never afforded the opportunity to bask in the radiant glow of success, relishing my maiden speech as Miss Peanut Queen titled: ‘Girls with nuts.’ Perhaps that’s why I became a standup comedian, as a kind of compensation for a broken dream. I grew up in what was popularised in the Bjelke era as ‘Joh-town’. Kingaroy, the peanut capital of Australia. A country town populated by, yep, nuts. The slogans for Mental Health week were

fantastic: ‘We’re Nuts about Nuts’, and of course, what girl could resist the comeon lines of local farmers: ‘Hey darlin, want to have a nibble at me nuts?’ My teenage years were spent in the shadow of enormous red-dirt stained silos, giant agricultural monoliths that cast 100 metre shadows all over town. It’s hard to remember a time in my life that didn’t contain at least traces of nuts. Every man and woman I knew had red stained fingers from pulling out their peanuts from the rich volcanic soil. The soil permeated everything. It stained white thongs pink, red necks even redder, cream shag carpet became salmon overnight and unless you wanted the crimson arse of a baboon on heat, you

never sat down in white jeans. Kingaroy prided itself on having more nuts than anywhere else in the country. (I was born there – are you surprised?) The highlight in the calendar of most country towns is the annual agricultural show. In Pagan times they had a harvest festival, where fertile young virgins would dance in celebration of a bountiful year, but in the absence of virgins and with the genetic memory of charred witches’ flesh still lingering in the nostrils, locals preferred a more sedate occasion: The Show. Children leading prize poddy calves, grown men fondling their hand groomed roosters, glass cases displaying award winning sponge cakes that would never be eaten, and

ferris wheels assembled by carnie types who looked like they couldn’t manage a toothbrush, let alone a spanner. I loved the show. Each year, a vision of beauty would be crowned ‘Miss Peanut Queen’ and she would ride resplendent in taffeta and diamanté astride a giant peanut on the back of a ute. It was always the Doctor’s receptionist, or the bitch from accounts at Massey Ferguson. I came so close. Kingaroy Show, 1984. I am 17 and I have my eye on the crown. In the talent section I danced a solo from the ‘The Nutcracker’. In the public presentation I delivered a show stopping address which I titled: ‘How to enlarge your peanuts.’ Beverly Anne Gadiske and I stood on stage together.

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I was convinced that I was a dead cert to win because I was the only one with a neck. ‘Miss Peanut Queen, 1984, is Mandy Nolan.’ Flo Bjelke kissed my cheeks and fitted the crown, made entirely from prize winning peanuts onto my head. I was crying. I was so happy. But then I couldn’t breathe, and my throat was puffing up. Suddenly my neck was gone. My tongue swelled and I started foaming at the mouth. I had gone into anaphylactic shock. Beverly Anne Gadiske was crowned Peanut Queen, and I was run out of town, exiled in shame and hatred as that weird freaky girl who was allergic to nuts. I could have been the Nut Queen. Hang on. I think I am.

Yes they are here, and so let the incessant emailling begin. I have a double pass to give away for Splendour and a box of 10 CD’s which I will give to the runner up. Start emailing me with subject header ‘desperate 4 splendour’ to mandypow@echo. net.au Please, only one entry per person! If you are carbon neutral and like to use the post you can post it to Splendour in the Grass Tix Giveaway, The Echo, 6 Village Way, Mullumbimby. 2482.

DINOSAUR JUNIOR BURGER We have a double pass away to see Dinosaur JR at the Hotel Great Northern on Thursday, and 2 copies of the new CD: Beyond. Email mandypow@echo.net.au with subject header ‘dinosaur’.

[ LIVE MUSIC ] * FINAL ACTS FOR SPLENDOUR It’s the hottest ticket in town. Everyone wants a bit of Splendour in the Grass. I have one double pass to giveaway here at The Echo and every week I am absolutely inundated with emails of people begging to win. Everyone has a similar heartbreaking story, some have leukemia with minutes to live and it’s their dying wish to attend, others have sold a kidney on ebay to score a weekend entrance, only to have their kidney rejected and weekend destroyed. I know it’s cruel, but I have to tell you about the final acts released for the program. Man you will sell your own nanna for a ticket through. He’s the bloke that brings women to his knees. Damien Rice, who’s incredible raw and sensual love songs appeared in Closer with Jude Law and Julia Roberts. This Irish singer songwriter’s debut album O was a critical success and his follow-up release 9, entitled in a similarly minimalist fashion, is another outpouring of achingly melancholic and beautiful, introspective folk songs. They’ve been named the most exciting British band since the Sex Pistols and they’re coming to

Splendour. Playing their first gig in September 2005, The Horrors, all big hair, feedback and monochrome clothes. They have played gigs everywhere from LA to Hull and Tokyo, been tipped by Jarvis Cocker as the future of British rock and appeared on the cover of NME after only two singles. They’ve been chased down the street by teenage girls trying to tear out locks of their hair in Rome. They’ve caused $10,000 of damage during a near-riot at a gig in New York after signing to Island Def Jam (home to Kanye West and Jay-Z) in America. Also hailing from Ireland are Ash, power pop belters who will appear at Splendour for the second time. Splendour welcomes one of the most significant singer/songwriters in Australian music history: Mr Paul Kelly. His narrative song writing style is infused with wry observations, bittersweet emotions and enormous appeal. As well as issuing an enduring body of work with his own bands, Kelly has produced and co-produced many artists including Archie Roach’s acclaimed Charcoal Lane album, and had his songs covered by many artists. From Paul Kelly and the Dots to the Coloured Girls and then Paul Kelly

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and the Messengers and his solo outings, Paul Kelly is a prolific musician who’s work spans generations and genres. He is the musical everyman. The band Lost Valentinos also perform at SITG for the first time. Known as one of Sydney’s finest proponents of psychedelic dance mania, 2005 saw the band immediately establish themselves as one of the most exciting acts in Sydney’s indie quarters. Also performing are The Beautiful Girls who, for the past six months, have been locked away in studios from Sydney to LA, putting the finishing touches on their third studio album, Ziggurats, released in June. Their 2006 release of the We’re Already Gone album received rave reviews and had critics highlighting the diversity of the trio. In Australia the album picked up an ARIA award nomination, a J award nomination, two songs in the JJJ Hottest 100 and high rotation on radio across the country. Ziggurats is another curve in the band’s sound. Saturday and Sunday, 4 & 5 August.

GET INTO THE GROOVE Armed with an explosive horn section, fierce percussion, rock-steady guitar riffs, skankin’ drum-beats & bottom heavy bass lines, De Jah Groove are a powerhouse of energy erupting in the heart of Australian music. Driven by sheer hard work and heavy adrenalin, this sixheaded reggae beast is fast becoming the most popular and professional unsigned band in the Australian soundscape. After a hectic 6 months recording their debut

album at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne (entirely selffunded), De Jah Groove are back on the road to rock their fourth major east coast tour. This six-piece ‘Renegade Reggae’ outfit is playing 15 shows up the coast from the snowfields to Coolum Beach. The debut album will be released this year in Australia, and also internationally at a later date. De Jah Groove play the Beach Hotel on Friday and Saturday.

GIVING BERTHA TO SEDITION The soul sisters of rebel reggae and funk, Bertha Control, are set to release their second full length album, Songs of Sedition. The release will be launched through the hills of Northern NSW, at The Zoo in Brisbane and right up to the Sunshine Coast throughout July with the aid of some amazing support acts from these areas. The eagerly awaited release is a global cacophony of reggae, funk and the soulful harmonies they are so well loved for. Bertha Control have sold out shows in Brisbane, Melbourne and Northern NSW and have catapulted captivated audiences right down the east coast of Australia to their feet with their infectious grooves and worldly message. Songs of Sedition is their third release and beautifully captures their live feel with a collection of amazing reggae, funk and ska tunes. Flawless the songwriter explains: Songs of Sedition is the musical manifestation of the rollercoaster of the last two years of our lives. It is a dancing road trip of epic proportions. It is a truth of

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the people, a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;her-storyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; as not explained in your history books, but by ďŹ ve worldly women and a number of high-proďŹ le special guests. Bertha Controlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s July tour will be their second tour for the year, having pleasured Melbourne crowds earlier in the year. They play the Lennox Point Hotel with The Love Bus on Friday and Durrumbul Hall on Saturday with Mystic Beats at 6pm.

YOU AND ZULYA Remember Dr Zhivago, the haunting images of Julie Christie alone in the snow? Anna Karenina? Crime and Punishment? There is a long tradition of deeply moving narratives within Russian culture, and the beautiful Zulya sings SATURDAY her own original songs in + AY ID FR H HOTEL | English. Fans familiar with OVE | BEAC DE JAH GRO Zulyaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music have enjoyed her songs, mostly in Russian and Tatar and although the communication of the songs meaning and emotion, goes beyond language â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the prospect of understanding her words is very exciting. Zulya and the Children of the Underground create a unique sound derived from the combination of the melancholy, beauty and drama of Zulyaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s distinctive song-writing with the extraordinary musicianship of her Australian band members. Instruments include piano accordion, guitar, drums and double bass. They perform at the Bangalow Catholic Hall on Saturday. Tickets are $18/16 and are at the door.

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Never say never (they say)... This maxim could never be more true than in the case of the reformed original Dinosaur Jr. The rift seemingly so bad between singer/guitarist J Mascis and bass player Lou Barlow, that Mascis informed Barlow that the band was breaking up, only to reform it the very next day albeit with a new bass player! Lou Barlow would go on to carve a niche for himself via his inďŹ&#x201A;uential bands Sebadoh, The Folk Implosion and as a solo artist, and Dinosaur Jr would also carry on (without Barlow and even later without drummer Murph) for a few years yet, but by 1997 it was all over. Time heals all wounds though (they say), and in 2005, some 16 years after that initial break up, Lou Barlow rejoined his fellow band mates: J Mascis and drummer Murph in a reformed Dinosaur Jr for a series of hugely received, ear shattering shows all around the world. The reunion going so well that a brand new album Beyond â&#x20AC;&#x201C; arguably their best yet â&#x20AC;&#x201C; was recorded and released in 2007 to further critical (and fan) acclaim. And if all this warm fuzzy feeling wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t enough, Lou Barlow, at the invite of J Mascis, has begun to play the occasional opening solo spot to his own band! Dinosaur Jr supported by Lou Barlow â&#x20AC;&#x201C; how good does it get! Thursday at the Hotel

Great Northern. $36.00 + bf available online from: www. byronbayentertainment. com., direct from the venue â&#x20AC;&#x201C; phone charge: 1300 762 545, Music Bizarre Lismore â&#x20AC;&#x201C; phone: 6622 3262, ABC Shop Ballina â&#x20AC;&#x201C; phone: 6686 2436.

8 BALLS OF FIRE With a hot swamp-rock sound straight out of Far North Queenslandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mareeba Delta, 8 Ball is an authentic Australian hippie-cowboy export. Having recently returned from a successful USA tour, with gigs in exotic locales including New York, Nashville, Connecticut, Los Angeles and even Fiji on the return leg, 8 Ball Aitken says he is excited about returning to play in Byron Bay. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We played two shows at the East Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Byron Bay this year, and I believe they are some of our best performances to date,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; enthuses 8 Ball, a former tropical North Queensland banana picker. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something special about the people and the place. Byron Bay brings out the best in us, every time we have played here so far; the dance ďŹ&#x201A;oor has packed out in the ďŹ rst song. That is the ultimate compliment for us as musicians, who love a fun crowd.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Still touring in support of his most recent CD release, Odd Ball In, 8 Ball Aitken has pulled in for a pit stop and several quick gigs on the East Coast before embarking on his third Japanese tour that will take him to his next big festival appearance, headlining the mountain top festival â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Rokko Sun Musicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. He is being brought to Japan by the same promoter who imports the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;The Japanese seem to like our organic, Aussie roots sound, which is why I am getting some good breaks over there,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; explains 8 Ball, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;They often yell out â&#x20AC;&#x153;outu-backu!â&#x20AC;? which means outback. It is always a wild gig when I play there -- they canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t help wanting to touch my red beard, and will even stagedive for toy koalas! Japan is a fascinating, ancient culture immersed in the modern world, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s got a rapidly expanding music market. The Japanese are on the cutting edge of pop, and you never know what weird thing is going to happen next in the cool hangoutsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; he concludes. After spending many years labouring in the mangos and banana plantations of Far North Queensland, 8 Ball began performing as a 15 year old. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s now developed his musical passion into a full time profession and left the farm-work behind. International touring to major rock festivals is a dream he never thought could come true, especially after his high school guidance counsellor advised him to give up his music, in favour of becoming a bricklayer. Against that expert advice, and against the wishes of his father, who wanted him to continue as a farm-worker, 8 Ball packed his bags and grabbed his guitar,

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then hitch-hiked south to the Big Smoke of Bris Vegas. ‘I believe that everybody has a special talent, and it is only a matter of figuring out what it is, then following through with action,’ explains 8 Ball, ‘I encourage everyone I meet to believe in themselves and follow their dreams. New generations of young people are always at a stage where what they choose to do with their lives affects the rest of their lives, and I like to promote creativity and positive thinking.’ Shake the cold weather from your bones with 8 Ball Aitken at the Rails on Sunday from 6pm.

WELCOME MATT New Australian talent Matt Seaberg has sling-shot to notoriety and credibility

with his debut album, Geminis Many Sides. For an independent musician with little funding, and no industry knowledge or backing to receive national Australian airplay 2 weeks after his debut release is phenomenal. Along with producers, UK legend Paul Gomersall (Blur, Kate Bush, George Michael) and Mark Ward (OZ rock icon) Matt chose 9 songs from a catalogue of over 200 songs he has penned at the ridiculous number of gigs he has performed in recent years. Matt possesses a plethora of vocal styles and has a smorgasbord of influences. Some people can hear Chilli Peppers and Zappa, others hear Buckley or Led Zepplin, Neil Finn and The Beatles, Jamiroquai and Dave

Matthews. Yet, the album has a continuity and captivating sound that pervades all its tracks. Matt plays the Hotel Great Northern on Friday.

VISTA SOUNDS The Byron Vista In Concert Series present the pick of the crop of local singer/ songwriters and musicians. It’s long been the dream of Mook and Shanto Bahloo to bring the music and talents of this region to a bigger stage. Last year they ran the popular Byron Vista Social Club at Ewingsdale Hall and presented a series of concerts that have been beautifully recorded and now represent a significant slice of the incredible talent in the area. They presented their Pacific Songwriters Festival

and now they are in the next phase of their vision, to work in conjunction with Bay FM, presenting a series of fundraising events that are recorded and will eventually form the basis for regular live to air performances. It just keeps getting better, join them at the Byron Community Centre on Thursday when the Vista is treated to the musical genius of Gyan and friends.

BAKER AT THE BIRDY The Vanesa Baker Band plays an eclectic mix of deep groove, old skool funk and contemporary SoulnRnB. The live show is a booty shakin’, soul groovin’, spirit lifting experience. Vanessa’s vocals have graced the recorded and live work of countless Australian groove and funk projects including Tracky Dax, Deni Hines, Kurtis, Junkbeats, Jacky Orzasky. She has also worked extensively with members of acts such as Paul

Mac, Skunk Hour, and Sydney underground dance label Future Classics as her own diverse recordings and live performances. Vanessa has just relocated to the northern rivers region to incubate and record her first original solo project. Joining her in this quest for truth, justice and the futurefunkadelicment are locally based musicians Sam Shine (guitar), whose credits include various funk and RnB outfits in Sydney and elsewhere, Khari Simmons (bass) fresh out of Atlanta and a former mainstay of the India Arie band and local drumming tyro Sam Stanley. She performs with her band at the Blue Birdy on Wednesday. Also don’t miss legendary singer Jo Jo Smith the following week.

WELL LOVED DIVA RETURNS TO BYRON If you say to anyone around here, god do you remember Jo Jo Smith? If they say no, then it’s a fair indication

they have only been here for 5 years or so. Jo Jo is no stranger to these parts. Known for her soulful voice, powerful, warm and full of passion, she is returning to Byron for one show only. With groove masters Greg Lyon on bass, Steve Russell on piano, Dave Sanders on drums, Geoff Wright on guitar, Tony Buchannan on saxophone and Leigh Carriage on vocals. Jo Jo is fondly remembered as the lead vocalist with funk band Hip Pocket in the 80s and early 90s. Jo Jo is now living in Victoria playing in various lineups. Recently thrilling her audience at The Boite Music Cafe and The Brunswick Music Festival. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of Australia’s great singers at the Blue Birdy on Wednesday 11 July.

GET ON YOUR HIGH HORSE As if anybody is going to leave the cosy comfort of their lounge room, the fire crackling and warm, a hot choccy steaming in their hands to go out to see a band on a midwinter’s night. HighHorse who are Liz Nankervis (guitar vocals) Steve ‘Zoom’ Sanchez on bass and Phil Ashworth on drums hope you will make the effort to get to Bangalow Pub on Saturday. Their music is a kind of country phunk fusion set up with blue overtones. And remember Bangalow Hotel has an open fireplace, cosy booths and two pool tables.

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IT’S A PROUD MOMENT FOR KARL FARREN, HE’S JUST GIVEN BIRTH TO HIS VERY FIRST SOLO ALBUM: AN IMPRESSIVE DARK AND SOMETIMES GOTHIC DEBUT TITLED: REPENTANCE CREEK. For Karl, one of the key players in the Mullumbimby Folk Club, it’s been something he’s been cooking up for some time now. ‘I have been planning to do it for the last few years. But as an independent musician there are a few challenges, like finance: you have to do it yourself. Then there’s the legistics of getting a bunch of musicians together. The better you plan the more you keep the costs down. ‘It’s a whole different process

to playing live. I’ve been writing with the mind of performing, so when I went into the studio, I had to work out arrangement, get charts and get people to learn parts. Early on in the process I decided that I would just give them a chord chart and see what they came up with. I am a bit of a control freak, so it was a deliberate choice. You never know what people are going to come up with, for example I am not a keyboard player, so I don’t know what a keyboard player is going to come up with. I still have the final say, but it’s interesting handing over. I remember reading a Pete Townsend interview about The Who. No matter what he wrote he had to hand it over to the monster, The Who, and it would came out completely different. ‘It was an interesting process for me just handing that over and I was really pleased with what people came up with. Music often is a collaborative thing. If I am going to get people to collaborate and I am

hiring a musician, not just a pair of hands, I want to give the musician a chance to bring something to the table. I got some comments, like, I hope I can come up with somehting that’s OK, so I guess there is the extra responsibility for players.’ Repentance Creek features songs that have been road tested live, and some that have only been played a few times. Selecting the tunes wasn’t a challenge for Karl, once he’d set the tone. The tone was set by the name: Repentance Creek. ‘It’s such a great name, to me it has this slightly sinister 19th centrury gothic American civil war feel. I heard some stories about it, one was about the cedar getters and they would put a mark on the tree to designate whose log was whose and they’d float it down the river. One time someone was changing the marks, there was a dispute about it the other guy who was jibbed was walking by and said ‘you will repent on

this’. The guy who’d changed the marks on the logs was shamed and went off and hanged himself.’ Being an Irish Catholic boy Karl admits to a certain fascination with religious language. ‘There’s a death ballad on there called Chickabee. That has fascinated me: in John Steinbeck the most loving thing you can do for someone is to kill them. It’s in ‘Of Mice and Men’, and Steinbeck is beautiful at creating the sense of place and character and that notion stuck with me... there is a long tradition in folk music for murder ballads... it’s in the catholic upbringing: the fascination with death and blood. The central notion of the religion after all is a blood sacrifice!’

Karl recorded with coproducer Antony Payne at Rocking Horse Studios, something Karl admits to being a very symbiotic relationship. But nothing compares to seeing your creation for the first time! ‘It was exciting seeing the box coming – it was a thrill! It was the first time I had seen it in it’s finished form, I hadn’t held it in my hand before, there were so many decisions: not just musical ones. I have been a musical obsessive my whole life. It’s a tactile thing. That’s why it’s in a cardboard folder because you pick it up and handle it. It’s tricky but one of those things that lets down a lot of indepently packaged CD’s because are when they look cheap and amateurish.

It’s a beautiful moody and even romantic album. I asked Karl finally if he defined himself as a Romantic? ‘I am a romantic by nature and cynic by practise. Although you hit the romantic very soon, I have a thin veneer at any time, I am a big wuss, I think that romanticism comes through on the album.’ Mary Cannon is doing a feature on her show on BAY FM on Wednesday from 6-8pm and Karl will be playing songs from Repentance Creek live in the studio. Karl Farren launches his new CD at Ewingsdale Hall on Saturday from 7.30pm with special guest performers. It’s $5 on the door and the CD is available on the night for $20. (It will usually retail for $25)


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COMEDY STANDUP WITH AUSTEN There is nothing quite as exciting as an Austen Tayshus comedy performance. The audience is literally poised on the edge of its seats as the Big Man of Australian comedy engages in a relentless, rapid ďŹ re satirical assault. Its funny, frightening, ďŹ erce and informed. This is not just a collection of gags thrown together with a couple of catchy punchlines. Austenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s humour is about who we are and how we think and what happened in the cultural melting pot to make us that way. He plays provocateur to our values and measures them against our rather shaky identity as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Australianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Austen Tayshus has been around since 1981, when a much younger Ray Ban-wearing loudmouth ďŹ rst burst onto the scene with his â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;83 hit Australiana. It sold over 200,000 units and went double platinum. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been probably 10,000 gigs in between: this one man comic rampage is relentless. In 1997, Austen wrote and starred in Intolerance â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a ďŹ lm based on a true experience that developed into one of his stage routines. Intolerance won best ďŹ lm and Austen won the best actor award in tropfest. Austenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s appearance on Andrew Dentonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Enough Rope on ABC TV was highly acclaimed and watched by over one million people around Australia. Currently Austen is co-writing his ďŹ rst lead-role feature ďŹ lm with Robert Lewis Galinsky entitled, The Mudrock Briefs which will be released in late 2007. The ďŹ lm is slated to be directed by veteran Scott Roberts (The Hard Word). He is also starring in Doin the Splits, an Australian-US coproduction to be released in late 2008. He is joined on stage by one of the brightest new voices in Australian comedy: Josh Thomas. Josh was the youngest winner of RAW comedy in 2005, when at the tender age of 17 he took home the rubber chicken. This year he was voted best newcomer at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and in just one week after his Byron gig he jets off to Montreal Comedy Festival. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be there as resident MC now 20 kilos lighter, and only 5 kilos away from selling her

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f£äääĂ&#x160; wĂ&#x20AC;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x152;Ă&#x160;ÂŤĂ&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;âi fat jokes on E-bay. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve served me well, I think I held onto being overweight for years, because I loved my fat jokes so much. But, I think Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve, well, outgrown them? I know there will be a big girl somewhere in the world who needs them more than me! Catch Austen Tayshus, Josh Thomas and me at the Byron Bowling Club on Monday at 8pm. Tix are $15/20 and can be booked on 6684 3443.

THEATRE BAYWRITE THEATRE NEEDS READERS Readers are required for Baywriteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next rehearsed play reading to be performed at the Byron Entertainment Centre next Saturday 7 July. The Play is The Custodians by Eric Earley, a powerful play about Aboriginal deaths in custody. Two women and ďŹ ve men of various ages are required. Please ring Stirling Nougher 6680 8386 or email him at tvlogierunnerup@bigpond.com.au

who have to bring their kiddie widdies will be the perve fest, Oceanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 13. Women are divided into two camps (well the heterosexual ones at least). And the big question is asked: Brad Pitt or George Clooney? Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d say deďŹ nitely George Clooney. Great actor and a real old fashioned cad. And thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sexy. Pretty boy Brad is just a designer t-shirtwearing pram pusher. Join in this vigorous and lifechanging debate!

LIVE EARTH The North Coast Climate Action Group will be hosting a Friends of Live Earth event with a viewing of the Sydney concert on the big screen at the Bangalow Hotel on Saturday from 11am. For

those not in the loop, Live Earth is a series of concerts held around the world over 24 hours to inspire global action on climate change. The Sydney concert will kick off the worldwide event with Crowded House, Jack Johnson, Wolfmother,The John Butler Trio, Missy Higgins, Eskimo Joe, Sneaky Sound System, Paul Kelly, Blue King Brown, Ghostwriters, Toni Collette and the Finish. Celebrate successes and inspire others with the progress so far. Exchange ideas with the folks behind the climate action groups, farmers markets, bicycle users groups, Local Exchange Trading System, permaculture, home energy auditors, waste forum, and many more.

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5.25 World News in various languages 12.30 Business Report 1.00 Three Sisters Opera, stars Gary Boyce and Alain Aubin. 2.50 J.S. Bach Pianist Nikolai Demidenko. 3.00 Jumba Jimba Doco on child artist 3.30 Frida Kahlo Doco on Mexican artist 4.30 Newshour with Jim Lehrer 5.30 The Lost Gods Roman Religion 6.00 Heat in the Kitchen Restaurant critics 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 Nerds FC 8.00 Kick 8.30 Movie Show 8.40 Iron Chef 9.30 Movie: The Demon Stirs (M l,s,a 2005) Based on the French comic book and novel â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Le DĂŠmon de Midiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, this is a midlife crisis comedy which is both entertaining and well-observed. 11.05 Shameless 11.50 2007 Tour De France Prologue 3.35 Weatherwatch and Music

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TRANSFORMERS Two Panadols and a jug of De Bertoliâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is what I sedated myself with after the mayhem of this incredibly loud but otherwise witty and satisfying sci-ďŹ smashorama. Shia LaBeouf, the grounded kid from â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Disturbiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, reprises that role, playing Sam, the motor mouth teenager who unknowingly comes into possession of a car that can turn itself into one of the benevolent giant robots that have come to Earth seeking the miraculous cube that sustains life on their planet. Again he falls for the unattainable chick, Mikaela, who, again, turns out to be not so unattainable after all as the pair contributes to the struggle against inter galactic tyranny and the bad robots who are after the same cube. There is a lot of quick, subversive humour (a Police Deptâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s motto is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;to punish and enslaveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;) which, with a ďŹ ne cast, allows the ďŹ lm to retain a welcome lightness of touch. John Turturroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Agent Simmons is as demented and deluded as any of the oddballs in Dr Strangelove, Tasmanian Rachael Taylor, allowed to retain her broad Australian accent, is sexy and savvy as a computer wunderkind and Samâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gauche urban parents threaten to steal the show, particularly during a masturbation joke that drew a stony silence from the boys in the crowd. Of course they could never do that, what with the producers having spent enough money on their special effects and remarkable robots to house and feed for a lifetime the wretched poor of

Darfur. OfďŹ ce buildings are pulverised, tanks and other machinery go ďŹ&#x201A;ying through the air and cars are totalled at the rate of about three a minute, but, despite the excessive violence (and it is violence, not just action), there is no bloodshed, or even any visible casualties. Profane language is also noticeably absent and, in accordance with the unwritten law of the Playstation ďŹ&#x201A;ick, there is no sex. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on Samâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mind, of course, and you know that when the dust has settled he and Mikaela will be rooting like rabbits. The metal monsters are brilliant creations and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be damned if director Michael Bay doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t manage to eke out a strong emotional moment when one of them, Bumble Bee, is trapped, like King Kong, by hostile humans. As the lights went up at the end of the movie it looked like the last

humungous rumble had taken place in the cinema itself, so strewn was it with litter from the candy shop. Grubs. John Campbell

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the walls of reality have been breached and you ďŹ nd yourself totally absorbed in a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;real lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; drama, the scenes becoming uncannily realistic (and, in the case of the funeral, ethically questionable). The US, and consequently the rest of the world, is a different place from what it was pre 9/11. Anxiety, mistrust and fear have become tools of government. Measures such as the Patriot Act, taken in response to the threat of terror, have impinged like none before them on the basic liberties of a free society. If there is a culture war happening out there, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard not to concede that it is the West that is losing it, as, like a mad dog chasing its tail, it abandons all of the values that its enemies are contemptuous of. This movie looks at why and how that is happening. John Campbell

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A friend once gave me a pincushion which read â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Never trust a skinny cookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and I carried it from house to house over a decade, propping it up on the windowsills of whatever kitchen I happened to be in. The thing is that chefs, like opera singers, used to be fat. Some time ago these two proponents of artistic expression dispensed with stereotype and a new breed of both evolved: sexy slender sopranos and lean rockstar-groovy chefs with their own television shows and a book just out. Up here I found three thin chefs cheerful enough about their lanky frames to allow me to embarrass them. Graeme Stockdale is a very tall man who matches the kitchen he runs at Bangalowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Utopia, a long skinny space where he whips up food of a mostly Mediterranean persuasion. It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always like this: between Utopia and its sister cafĂŠ/restaurant Fresh in Byron Bay he was turning out superb Thai dishes at Bang Thai. It was a trip to Singapore and Malaysia in his late teens that opened his eyes to the joys of food and cooking, the textures and the ďŹ&#x201A;avours and the fragrances. Born in Albany, WA, he was the son of a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;meat and three vegâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; cook but after that life-altering trip he set out on a single-minded journey toward becoming a chef, nagging the chef at his local pub to give him a job. From there it was to Thredbo where that same pub chef had several restaurants; within a month Graeme was head-chef at one of them and, three years later, he and his chef-wife made the move to Byron Bay. No apprenticeship, just learning on the job, and an almost obsessive sponge-like capacity to learn which continues to this day. Days off will ďŹ nd Graeme still cooking, trying out new dishes, hosting dinners for friends, making everything from scratch, still reading relentlessly. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 6 ft.4â&#x20AC;? tall and currently the heaviest he has ever been, ďŹ ve kilos up on his average, though with all that height how could you tell? A hop, skip and jump down the road at his restaurant Satiate, Shannon Debreceny exudes that same passion in his own quiet and gentle way. Shannon only looks about ďŹ fteen years old and yet his culinary background is formidable. He grew up in Port Macquarie on the Mid North Coast and after school moved to Sydney, undergoing his apprenticeship (from Home Science onward he had always known what he wanted to be) with the Mode Group, which did catering, functions and restaurants within such institutions as the Art Gallery of NSW and the Town Hall. After four years there he secured a job with the mighty Tetsuya where he remained for another two, one of sixteen chefs in a restaurant doing 120 covers ďŹ ve nights a week. From there it was to Bangalow where, together with partner Shawna, he ďŹ rstly set up an up-market deli called Ate then the sublime degustation-only restaurant upstairs called Satiate, which continues to ďŹ&#x201A;ourish. Shannon loves pizzas and currently loud spicy Spanish food but he has always been a thin man and really, there is no justice. My third thin chef is Colin Bond from dish restaurant in Byron Bay, whose owner Ben Kirkwood suggested that chefs these days are thinner â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;because we work them harderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Colinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a South Coast boy, born and raised in Moruya to a mother who ran a simple restaurant, so there it was in the blood. He started cooking in Moruya then moved to Sydney but really only wanted to travel, which is how he ended up working on chartered boats and yachts around Europe. He did actually stack on about ten kilos in that period due to enforced immobility for days, weeks on end. Barely back in the country after several years of that he was offered the job at dish, where he is cooking truly lovely French-inspired food, and where his weight has returned to his normal lean surferâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mass. Having eaten food cooked by all these skinny cooks, I can vouch for their trustworthiness â&#x20AC;&#x201C; at least in the kitchen!


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Byronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garrett Parkes at the Occy Grom Comp at the Gold Coast on Monday. Phot Steve Robertson.

The Rusty Gromfest is without a doubt the original and the best contest for up and comers on the surfing calendar. Past winners at this illustrious tournament are Stephanie Gilmore, Bede Durbridge and current ASP World Championship Ratings leaders Mick Fanning.This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event, the twelfth since its inception in 1996, will be held at Lennox Head from Friday, July 6 to the following Monday, with Tuesday July 10 in reserve as a back up day. Keen judges are already talking of the quality of entrants as being the best ever, with Byron Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garrett

Parkes (pictured), fresh from his sensational success in the world junior titles in Portugal, sure to be among the leading lights. Of the other young talent that will be on show, Laura Enever (Narrabeen), Todd Rosewall (Jan Juc), Ryan Hawker (NZ), Murray Antonieff (Stradbroke) and Tamaroa McComb (Tahiti) also have great things expected of them. These are just a small sample of the ďŹ eldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gifted young surfers from Australia and New Zealand, along with overseas tyros, many having already attained national and international titles. With age divisions for boys

and girls across 12, 14 and 16 years, around 330 board riders in all will turn out and, with entries closed, there is an enormous reserve list on standby. Organisers and founders of the Rusty Gromfest, Max Perrot and Kellie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, summed up the enthusiasm surrounding the eagerly anticipated event, saying â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;a new era is being heralded at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gromfest. Attention will also be drawn to the undiscovered talent which is bound to emerge, with innovative turns to match the enthusiasm of the crowd. We are set to go on Friday!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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for all vacant positions. Gala Day 30/7, $32 per team. Entries to Kym, 6685 6202 or email baybowls@bigpond.com Mullumbimby Men 27/6: T Johnston, A Johnstone, P Jones 25 v L Boyter, Tony Johnston, P McDonald 23; M Hayes, B Elliott, J McKay 23 v S Purdie, F Buckley, B Moore 21; B Coleman, T Trivett, M Brown 37 v R Kidby, S Ridgewell, M Murphy 10; R Gray, H McIlwain, M Gray 20 v A Bartlett, A Pyzer, B Gibson 12; B Wark, L Henry 22 v S Dettman, F Cornale 15; J Estreich, P Thompson 16 v R Webb, R Philps 20. 30/6: G Schneider, M Esau, S Dettman 29 v N Lee, J Estreich, P Thompson 14; D Kidby, R Barnes 21 v V Vercole, I Pickles 12. Ocean Shores Men 25/6 S/S Triples: W McLachlan, K Hosie, R Roberts; r/up T Hawley, J Best, K Kennedy; Chooks: J Sullivan, W Sprengel, C Lee; Other winners: A Pyzer, K McMorrow, B Gibson; P Quirke, R Tonkin, J Hay. 30/6 1st Rnd Club Triples: S Pratt, D Matheson, J Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Anson d D Whitney, K Hosie (sub), S Warren 27/13. Social: W Sprengel, M Enright d D Lawson, K Farrell. 2nd Semi Final Club Singles: J Hay d J T Gray 31/24. Ocean Shores Women 27/6 Mixed Social (Highest Score): M Oliver, M Moodie, R Bartlett 29 d H Gates, N Russell, G

Johnston 12; S Woolford, K Farrell, L McGowran 22 d K George, L Wright, M Flesser 16; B Baber, J Bartlett 19 d E Hill, D Grant 13. 29/6 Social (Highest Margin): L Bland, M Moodie, D Grant d B Baber, L Wright, W Bird; E Hill, L McGowran d C Timewell, J Bartlett. Margin winners: B Sprengel, G Johnston, D Grant, L Bland, M Moodie. Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ship Major Singles: B Sprengel d M James; M Hosie d T Warr; G Johnston d M McConville. BRIDGE Brunswick Valley 25/6 Bruns Valley: N/S 1st gross and net: I/M Homfray; 2nd gross and net D Gall/J Wright. E/ W: 1st gross: J Murray/P Baldwin; 2nd gross and 1st net: R Heale/K Westall; 2nd net: C Wellings/R Pedecini. 30/6: N/S 1st gross and net: P Hems/E Hollick; 2nd gross and net: P Quirke/I Homfray; E/W 1st gross and 2nd net: M Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Halloran/P Baldwin; 2nd gross and 1st net: B Hughes/F Armstrong. 27/6 Ocean Shores:1st gross: P Quirke/P Baldwin; 2nd gross and net: J Selleck/B Simons; 1st net: J Hughes/C Chidlow. Byron Bay 29/6: North/South; 1st H Lewis/C Hocking; 2nd B Sundstrom/F Bogg; 3rd P Bradley/G Lynn. East/ West; 1st E/J Fletcher; 2nd M Solway/E Hollick; 3rd M Sundstrom/F Armstrong. Duplicate Bridge

BOWLS Brunswick Heads Men Wed S/S Triples: P Brassington, C Pearce, G Rendell; r/up L Lowe, K Boorman, J Ducker; C Jensen, V Caldwell, B Montgomery. Thur Rnd Robin: Aqua won 3 to 0; Blue won 2 to 1. Fri: Visit from Kingscliff Mixed Bowls: great day, well supported. Sat Bonus Pairs: D Wyborn, B Montgomery; r/up M Caldwell, V Caldwell; Lucky Rink P Brassington, G Rendell. Monthly Bonus: D Wyborn; r/up L Wade. Sun 2 Bowl Pairs: M Jeffreys, V Caldwell; r/up C Pearce, P Solomon. Louies Prize; F Parks, J Lawlor. Byron Bay Men Tue Fredâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Singles: washed out. Wed Social triples: R Orth, M Ayo, B Macaulay; r/up K Gillespie, R Breckenridge, B Lewis. Thur S/S Pairs: S Reid, A Harrow, r/up G Lightfoot, B Kluck. Sat Social: L Earea, B Macaulay; r/up H Simmons, K Gillespie, F Smith. Check notice board for Club Championship dates of play. Byron Bay Women No play last week due to rain. Open Singles begin this week. Nomination sheet on board for Club Triples, names in ASAP. AGM 17/7 at 9:30am with bowls afterwards. Noms needed

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Uneasy lies the head The Byron Bay Rams continued the unsteady defence of their premiership crown with a 3-3 draw against Goonellabah on Saturday. Playing at home, the Rams got away to a great start and were leading 2-0 after just ten minutes, thanks to goals from Jordy Campbell and Patrick Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Orange.The visitors pulled one back but Campbell scored again before the break and, thanks to a ďŹ ne penalty save from Kai Connell, at 3-1 the Bay would surely have considered themselves good things to get the points and end what has been for them a series of unsatisfactory returns. Byronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second half showing was less impressive and, compounded by injuries, the Rams were lucky to hold on to the draw as Goonnellabah got to even stevens courtesy of Ben Andrewsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; beautiful volley past the keeper. The ultimate capitulation was avoided when, as full time approached, Goonnellabah twice found the woodwork instead of the back of the net. Byron are still comfortable on 19 points, third in the FNC comp, but they know that they need to ďŹ nd consistency in their game if they are to repeat the triumphs of the past two seasons. Fri, 12.30pm at Bangalow Bowls and Sports Club. GOLF Mullumbimby Ladies 23/6 Single Stab: M Allan 40 c/b; NTP 2nd Shot 7th J Towner, 12th M Allan, Pro Pin 9th M Allan. 28/6 Peugeot Classic 3BBB: W Stenner, K Mudgway, D Cullen 84. NTP: 5th M Crichton, 7th S Kosaka, 12th R Slogrove, 17th B James, Pro Pin D Cullen. 5/7 Single Stab All in draw: 10th Tee; 9am A Moser, N Carsburg, G Stenner; 9.06 K Thomson, N Dwyer, G Lynn; 9.12 J Percival, J Ross, L Walker; 9.18 J Beer, S Kosaka, P Montgomery; 9.24 G Poynting, R Wilson, L Riches; 9.30 F Brooker, E Leclere, M Allan; 9.36 B Woolnough, F Gannell, J Ball; 9.42 B James, M Bertoli, L Siddall. 14th Tee; 9am M Trivett, G Redman, E Henshaw; 9.06 A Smith, G Mackay, M Essery; 9.12 J Ryan, B Mules, F Booth. Table Duty: G Lynn/E Henshaw. Mullumbimby Men 27/6 Single Stab: C Donaldson 37 c/b; r/up G Quirk 37 c/b; NTP 9th N Farquhar 8m (5 balls). 30/6 Single Stab: H Coles 41 c/b; r/up A Jordan Brown 41 c/b; NTP 5th B Mott 3.51m, 9th B Lawler 2.3m (9 balls), 12th G Fairs 2.94m, 17th D Mackay 2.01m; Gundies Mug R Reilly. Ocean Shores Men 25/6 Ind Stab (Medley): S Evans 40; r/up G Stuart 39; W Keating 38; starters 92; balls to 29; CCR 72; NTP 3rd G Rowland, 17th R Lee. 27/6: J Bartlett 40; r/up A Shambler 40; MSE Smith 39; starters 110; balls to 31; CCR 71; NTP 3rd Y Rayner, 6th I Weir; 8th K Tilling, 12th (Hole in One) A Shambler, 17th E Pittendrich. 29/6 Blue Marker Challenge: overall winner; P Sculley (Ballina) 73 nett c/b. Div 1: C Graham 72 nett; r/up G Smith 73 nett c/b; Div 2 G Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell 74 nett c/b; r/up A Winch 74 nett; Div 3 G Addison 74 nett; r/up L Morgan 75 nett c/b. Gross: N Bullen 77 gross; r/up B Minshall 79 gross c/b. NTP: 3rd C Pruul, 6th S Murray, 8th P Sculley (Ballina), 12th T Moore, 15th B Fisher (Yamba), 17th S Kilborn (Ballina). Balls to 78. 30/6 R Cooke 40; r/up V Hogan 39; R McDonald 37; starters 150; balls to 32; CCR 71; NTP K Jones, R Killion, Y Fitton, P Moyle, T Pratt, N Talcori. 1/7 Mixed 4somes Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ship: Gross winners; B Minchell; r/up J Dengate; Nett winners; S/M Murray; r/up R/P Geeves. 1 Nett: G/J Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell. Ocean Shores Ladies 28/6 18 hole Stab: J Isaacs 37; r/up M Byron 34; vouchers to 28 c/b. 30/6: Div 1 C Chidlow 34; r/up R Moller 33 c/b; NTP Div 1 C Chidlow; vouchers to 32. Ocean Shores Vets 28/6 American 4somes: I Smith/S Downes 70

Podium finish for local girl in Wild West Lenox Head triathlete Pip Taylor has continued her fine form overseas by finishing third in the Battle at Midway Triathlon in Utah. It was a terrific effort from Pip, given that she only arrived at the venue, which is six thoudsand feet above sea level, the day before and was competing against opponents who had been training at altitude in Boulder, Colorado.

Though not good enough on the day to beat home fellow Australian and three times ITU World Champion, Emma Snowsill, Pip was well in the hunt and led the winner by ten seconds after the swim before losing the lead in the bike ride. In the thin mountain air, she was overtaken in the ďŹ nal mile by Canadian Lauren Groves in one of the most gruelling runs on the international circuit.

Opportunities for netball prodigies The North Coast Academy of Sport is seeking applications for its new Netball 15yrs Talented Athlete Program (TAP). To be eligible for selection athletes must turn 15 in 2007, be playing with a North Coast netball club and be available to attend selection trials at Coffs Harbour on Sunday August 21. The TAP squad concept has been developed in response to Netball Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s introduction of an Australian 17 and Under Team. It is designed to ensure that current 15 year old girls from the North Coast and other areas of NSW will have a development pathway that identiďŹ es and develops those with the potential to progress

to state squads, and ultimately, the national team. Once selected, the NCAS 15s TAP Squad will prepare for the 2007 ASI Clubs NSW Academy Games. These games will be used to identify and select a squad who will become members of the Netball NSW Talented Athlete Program. Additionally, Netball NSW selectors will, from their observations made at the Academy Games select three speciďŹ c development squads, namely the 15 Years Talent Identification Squad, the Highly Commended Squad and the Tall Timbers squad. Applications close on July 16 and must be made on the application form available from www.ncas.org.au

1/2; r/up A Ross/P Conaghan 71 3/4; B Brennan/J Conqueror 72 1/4. NTP: 3rd I Smith, 6th A Ross (Hole in One), 17th I Smith; Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;tains Pin P Conaghan (Hole in One); Gorilla Award; h/c 0 to 19 S Downes, h/c 20+ G Painter; balls to 78 3/4; Scrubbers Ball; T Richardson/B Spruce 98. HOCKEY NSW PSSA Primary Schools Boys Grafton Carnival 26 to 28/6: Final Placings; 1st North West, 2nd Western, 3rd Polding, 4th South Coast, 5th North Coast, 6th Sydney East, 7th Mackillop, 8th Sydney South West, 9th Sydney North, 10th Hunter, 11th Riverina, 12th Sydney West. RUGBY LEAGUE NRRRL Round 11: Ballina 42 Cudgen 22, Mullumbimby 40 Tweed Coast 22, Lower Clarence 16 Marist Brothers 42, South Grafton 28 Grafton 36, Kyogle 38 Byron Bay 44, Casino 20 Murwillumbah 30. Ladder; Ballina 20., Mullumbimby 17, Tweed Coast 16, Byron Bay 14, Lower Clarence 14, Murwillumbah 14, Marist Brothers 14, South Tweed 12, Casino 12, Kyogle 9, Grafton 8, Cudgen 2, South Grafton 2. Next week, Byron v Ballina at Red Devil Park, Sun 2.30 pm. Mullum has the bye. SOCCER FNC Premier League Byron Bay 3 Goonellabah 3, Maclean 2 Italo Stars 1, Bangalow 2 Lennox Head 1, Ballina 4 Workers 2, Rovers 7 Burringbar 1. Table; Rovers 23, Italo Stars 21, Byron Bay 19, Maclean 18, Lennox Head 18, Goonellabah 17, Ballina 16, Bangalow 12, Burringbar 4, Workers 3. Brunswick Heads Juniors 30/6: Brunswick Pizza Shop U6 Bears; Great game especially Callum and Mackenzey. Brunswick Heads Pharmacy U7 Bilbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s: Much improved, best game of the season. Great defence and fantastic attacking runs. Ally great forward positioning. Soccer: U9 Brunswick Heads Barracudas 1 d Shores United Whalers 0. A narrow win for the Barracudas against a strong Whalersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; defence. Nathan scored from a cross by Benjarra while Ashleigh attacked and defended like a tiger. Brunswick Heads Hot Bread â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bakeryâ&#x20AC;? U10 Breakers Bruns Vâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Burringbar; Good game had by all, defence strong and forwards made a few good breaks. Good team work. Brunswick Heads Health Food U12 Breakers; A satisfying and well deserved win due to great team work special mention to Jenna, Luke, Jamie for 1 goal, 2 goals to Josh and Arron. Brunswick Heads Bowling Club U14 Breakers; A fantastic game, all played well, special mention to Levi Mills for his great performance.

SQUASH Brunswick Heads 4/7 Rnd 14 Business Houses Teams Comp: The Potato Works v Brunswick Smash Repairs; D Bird v M Underwood, M Ottery v L Crandell, G Kaminski v D Wraight, J Heers v S Moon, B Doran v Jeff Heers. Ocean Shores Bakery v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy; B Trivett v S Koop, C Walsh v C Ashworth, C Booth v J Gribble, L Miller v J Nicolson, S Truesdale v F King. Byron Bay Trophies v Ocean Shores Glass; L Clarke v G Davis, P Hill v T Wood, C Staff v R James, A Li v M Stratton, TMason v M Isbister. Brunswick Blinds and Awnings v Cantyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Surveyors; B Staff v S Thompson, D Runciman v I Bissett, C Pearce v W Ferrier, J Miller v R King, C Johnston v M Wallace. 9/7 Round 13 Byron Health Foods Comp: Div 2; 5pm J Gribble v M Ottery, S Koop v M Cassidy, I Bissett v R Draper; 6pm C Walsh v D Runciman. Div 3; 5pm M Rogers v G Kaminski, J Heers v R King; 6pm D Wraight v A Thomas, A Li Bye. Div 4; 5pm S Moon v J Nicolson , P Westcott v Jeff Heers; 6.30pm W Kneipp v F King, C Johnston Bye. Div 5; 5pm T Mason v S Bruyn, B Alander v M Wallace, D Hazelwood Ross v A Booth, M Hazelwood Ross v S Truesdale, D Williams v A Brooker. To play phone 6685 1794. TABLE TENNIS 28/6: C Stybos 2/2; r/up Shane 1/2; Ben 0/2. Thurs nights at Mullum Tennis Clubhouse, Byron St; 6.30pm start. Enquiries Werner 6680 3915 or Greg 0427 788 773. TENNIS Mullumbimby Competition: Ladies rnd 4; washed out. Rnd 5 on 9/7. Men rnd 4; washed out. Rnd 5 on 3/7. Mixed Rnd 6; Elvis Presley 68 d Gene Pitney, Roy Orbison 49 d Del Shannon 31. Rnd 7 on 19/7. Junior; resumes 20/7 at 5pm. Social: Sat Mixed; 1.30pm. Wed Ladies; 9.15am. Everyone welcome, membership not required. Enquiries regarding coaching Justin 0403 841 241, all other enquiries Jeanie 6680 4353w or 6680 1330h. VOLLEYBALL Brunswick Heads 3/7 Round 10 J V Towing Comp: 6pm; No Mercy v Flash, Hit and Run v Lounge Lizards, Wild Ones v I Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Care, Duty Silver Bullets. 7pm; Powers Gold v Dragons, Brewers v Silver Bullets, Ballistic v Triple Zero, Duty Hit and Run. 5/7 Round 11 OS True Value Hardware Comp: 6pm; Volleys v Adams Family, Hot and Sweaty v Kaos.Com, Amazons v Tripods, Duty Bolters. 7pm; Exodia v Chilli Twist, Asthmatics v Comeback Kids, Bolters v Red Frogs, Barefoot Bandits v Phoenix, Duty Hot and Sweaty/Kaos.Com. To play phone 6685 1794, beginners welcome.


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Sports Roundup with John Campbell

The game that has found its feet and is ready to roll John Campbell Soccer or football, whichever you prefer, has been for too long the sleeping giant of Australian sport, perennially on the verge of taking off and becoming the mega entertainment that it is overseas. Events at Kaiserslautern in June 2006 provided the game in Oz with its greatest boost for yonks. Who didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go up when Tim Cahill slotted the ball into the back of the net in Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opening game against Japan, becoming Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first ever goal scorer at the World Cup ďŹ nals? And who didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go completely spare when John Aloisi dribbled through the defence to shoot in that scintillating third? But for mine, the memory most touching, the one that will linger longest, is of Rale Rasic after the game against Croatia. Rale, if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll remember, was coach of the Australian team led by Peter Wilson that made it to the World Cup, also in Germany, in 1974. It was, until 2006, our only appearance on sportâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest and most watched stage. In last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tie against Croatia, we needed a draw to progress to the second stage of the tournament. Nobody had really given the team much hope of getting beyond the preliminaries, but, after defeating the Japs

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and playing brilliantly against Brazil, suddenly anything was possible. Australia trailed 0-1 after a Zelco â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Spiderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kalac howler in goal and it seemed we were doomed. Then cool Harry Kewell got the equaliser, and the boys had done it. Back in the SBS studios, at some ungodly hour in the morning, was the panel of experts, Rale among them. Jowlier now, and with his hair turned silver, he sat with a green and gold scarf

wrapped around his neck. When the camera closed in on him you could see that his eyes were brimming with tears. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be the last bloke to have a dig at Rale for for being so lachrymose (I cried just in the previews of Eight Below), so I went out in sympathy with him. It has been a long road to hoe for Rale and the true believers. As fans, we all invest our strongest passions in the sport that we know best

and, almost invariably, it is the one that we grew up with. In my case itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rugby league. But attending an inner city school at which names such as Kaladelfos, Mavromades, Bertocchi and Rissicato were commonplace, I was exposed to the round ball game at an early age. I could not make head nor tail of it and, like my Anglo mates, referred to it derisively as wogball (and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think for one minute that our Mediterranean cousins didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make

fun of us in return). At the back of the paper, buried behind the usual four or ďŹ ve pages of league, you would find reports of matches played between strange sounding sides in vertically striped jerseys; Yugal, Pan Hellenic, Hakoah, Apia. The establishment of these clubs was of inestimable worth to migrants newly arrived in this country who, as is only natural, sought out their own kind to help cope with the challenges of a new environment. But the clubsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; exclusiveness was unarguably a hindrance to the development of the game in the broader community. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all moved on since those days, with the overdue decision to abandon the ethnically based competitions in favour of a professional, nationally based premiership a watershed. Two seasons in and the A-League, successor to the NSL, is ďŹ&#x201A;ourishing, if not yet to the point where it is strong enough to challenge the two rugbys and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;rules for a decent share of the winter market.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been willing it to happen since my road to Damascus moment in England many moons ago. Living in London, it seemed only logical that I should check out a game (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;when in Rome, do as the Romaniansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; has been a lifelong credo), so I got the tube to Stamford Bridge and

paid a scalper ten quid to watch Chelsea host Man U. It was a thrilling, end to end contest (Blues 1 Red Devils 3). In it I missed leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s raw physicality, but I enjoyed the other skills on show. Henceforth I became a regular at White Hart Lane, Highbury, and Loftus Road (home to QPR, my team sigh) and even learnt to accept the validity of a nil all draw, a scoreline which, probably more than anything, has curtailed the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growth in the more reward-oriented US. This month the Socceroos (donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you reckon itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time they lost that naf nickname?) are competing in the Asian Cup. Our presence there â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and it wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be just to make up the numbers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is testament to the quality of player we are now producing and, more than that, is a further step in Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s self realisation of its place in the world.

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Allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s well that ends well at Donnelly Field John Campbell It was as cold as charity on Saturday evening at the Les Donnelly Field. The NRRRL A Grade ďŹ xture between the Mullum Giants and the Tweed Coast Raiders was delayed owing to a serious injury in the reserves. Late in the second half, a Raiders player went down in a seemingly innocuous tackle, but he didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t move after it. For half an hour trainers knelt over the youngster and kept him motionless in the northwest corner of the ground, with the scoreboard and glowing red light of the stopped clock as irrelevant props to the drama unfolding. A sponsorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; function was being catered to in the club house at the other end of the ďŹ eld and kids played touch footy at half way after it was announced that the game had been abandoned. Blankets were brought to protect the boy from the chill. It was not the sort of night that youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d want to hang around motionless in just shorts and a polyester jersey but, as youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect, his team mates stood by him until the arrival of the medicos. Even

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then it was a long and delicate procedure getting him on to a stretcher and into the van. The applause of the Tweed Coast players when it was done cracked the eerie quiet that had descended. At last the ambulance made its way slowly out of the ground and on to Mullumbimby Hospital where, happily, the player was later discharged from Mullum Hospital with an all clear. In the main game, the Giants leapfrogged the Raiders into second place on the ladder by giving them a 40-22 touch up. As victories go, it was a bit like the curateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s egg, good in parts. It has to be said, though, that those good parts were extremely so. Coach Damon Scottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s side has plenty of tries in it, with abundant speed on the ďŹ&#x201A;anks and, making his debut at full back, Jy Hitchcox, who got the Giantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ďŹ rst try, showing a willingness to run to all points of the compass in order to progress the ball. Regular custodian and new captain, Murray Brown, crossed a couple of times himself and looked comfortable in the centres, where he

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VETERINARY SURGEONS BILLINUDGEL/OCEAN SHORES VET HOSPITAL Jon Hollingworth ................................... 66803480 BYRON BAY VET CLINIC 1/70 Centennial Cct. Rowen Trevor-Jones ..................................... 66856899 SUFFOLK PARK VET CLINIC Michael Cumpston .................................................................. 66853696

CHIROPRACTOR Bruce Campbell, Brent Verco 52 Shirley St, Byron Bay ................................ 66858159 CHIROPRACTOR Andrew Badman & Steve Fosterâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; low force ............................................... 66858553 MICHAEL SCHWAGER Chiropractor 108 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ........................................ 66841962 MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC Karl Wedeman & Brent Verco. 110 Dalley St ............................... 66841028

COMPUTER TONER & CARTRIDGES

DENTISTS BRUNSWICK HOLISTIC DENTAL CENTRE .......................................................................... 66851264 BYRON DENTAL SURGERY Mercury-free restorations ......................................................... 66807774 MULLUMBIMBY DENTAL CENTRE 100 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ........................................ 66842644

FLORISTS OH HANG IT OH POT IT Fresh local flowers & plants. Deliveries ........................................... 66842557 PASSION@FLOWERS Byron Bay. Fresh flowers, weddings. Interflora member ..................... 66855209

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HAIR & BEAUTY SLEEK BODY WAXING Bangalow ............................................................ 0432 564512 or 66872264 SPRAY TAN â&#x20AC;&#x201C; BRONZED BYRON BABES ............................................... 0432 533680 or 66809356

HEALTH ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE Dr Adam Osborne .................................... 66857366 ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE M Collis .................................................... 66857001

PRINTING & GRAPHIC ART ACCENT COLOR THE COPY SHOP ....................................................................................... 66856236 ACCENT COLOR THE LAMINATING SHOP ......................................................................... 66856236

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ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE Postural re-education for pain, stress/dysfunction. M. Hayes ..... 66809770 CRANIO SACRO BALANCE Also for animals ........e: craniosacrobalance@hotmail.com 0432 625612 MASSAGE TABLES & SUPPLIES Mullum Herbals 79 Stuart St ............................................ 66843002 MULLUMBIMBY Herbals, Naturopathy, Massage, 79 Stuart St.............................................. 66843002

NORTH COAST PRINT SOLUTIONS Design and Printers ................................................... 66858264

MULLUMBIMBY MEDICAL CENTRE 60 Stuart St ............................................................... 66841511

POPSICLE DESIGN Quality Design in Byron................................................................... (02)8003 4373

SUZIE PHILLIPS ACUPUNCTURE & ORIENTAL MEDICINE .............................................. 66809696

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DISCOVER

The Archaic Heart at the bottom of us all. THE RUG SHOP, BANGALOW

COUNSELLING SUSAN ALLEN CMCAPA Phone 66802805

VEGAN CASTLE Community in Sth France. Your chance to part-own or share living with compassionate, fun loving vegans. See www.thebeautifulfuture.com - Byron contact: Charlie or Bhakta 66847540

CONNECTING WITH THE ANGELS Workshop - Sat 7/7, $77, 10am-1.30pm Phone Omra 66809214

ARTISTS WANTED

WEEKEND INTENSIVE 6th, 7th, 8th July & 13th, 14th, 15th July. Private Readings & Body Clearing Dominique 66848271 or 0400395215

to share studio/galley space in Byron Arts & Industry Estate Phone Tracey 0431092618

TAFE TESOL COURSE 6wk p-t Byron to teach English overseas Beg Aug 6th $1000. Co-ordinator 0428139882, Ballina TAFE 66818914

Account enquiries phone 6685 5222

SOUL RETRIEVAL & INITIATION

MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;SLINE SUPPORT COUNSELLORS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Willing to listen. Call 66222240 7pm-11pm every night.

MEETINGS IN

TRUTH

www.headless.org

Workshop/Free talks - coming soon!

SING

with Richard Prakash Enjoy and expand your voice singing solo and with others Part 1 July 21st $100 Part 2 July 22nd $120 Phone Michelle 66804621

SAMBA BLISSTAS

Next 6wk course beg Mon 13th August New Sudo/drum classes start 8th Oct New Samba Dance troupe training and workout sessions, start Wed 10th Oct. Bookings essential, Noâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s limited, No exp necessary. Phone Paul 66850160 www. carnavaldrumming.com

MOSAICS

Super easy step by step training course. Day & evening. Phone 66884607

Super Easy Art

With Isaac & Meike - July 4-28 Wed, Thurs, Fri 7-9pm, Ambaji Byron Bay Satâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 11-6pm Ocean Shores Community Centre. All welcome

STEP BY STEP TRAINING COURSE in painting anything from landscapes to portraits, day/evening. Ph 66884607

SAMBA BLISSTAS

THERE IS A CERTAIN WAY rich people get rich. You can learn this certain way. Free 2 min message 1800825299.

Next 6wk course beg Mon 13th August New Sudo/drum classes start 8th Oct New Samba Dance troupe training and workout sessions, start Wed 10th Oct. Bookings essential, numbers limited, No exp necessary. Phone Paul 66850160 www.carnavaldrumming.com

ANTHEA AMORE

EATING DISORDERS One day workshop with specialist Dr Sue Austin, July 21 Coolongatta. For info 66841406 or mariemm@optusnet. com.au

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HYPNOTHERAPY

& Counselling. Wendy Purdey. Relax, resolve, release & restore inner calm & clarity. BeneďŹ ts include insights, understanding & energy to create change. Enq welcome 66802630

ARE YOU IN LOVE Call SUE BASSER Marriage Celebrant 66847165

Ronald H Wolff, former ofďŹ cer with Tax Dept is happy to keep you in good tax health incl. GST. For personal and professional tax services call 66795330. Will make house calls.

BLISS BOTANICALS

100% NATURAL SKIN CARE HANDMADE in Byron Bay for men & women. Avail now at : GYPSY LE FAY 1/22 Mullumbimbi St Brunswick Heads Shop enquires : 0417427518 Back by popular demand: THE AUSTRALIAN CANNABIS COOKBOOK @ Echo ofďŹ ces Mullumbimby & Byron Bay or www.ozshop.net HONOURING LOVE AND LOSS

Audrey Fisher Celebrant - 0414720081

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DENTURES

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QUEEN mattress, as new Sleepmaker Miracoilplus $380 ono. DOUBLE BED beautiful slatted headboard, teak stained hardwood $350 ono. 66884207

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15ft open plan, tropical roof, towable, suit spare room $750. Phone 0413289443

MOTOR VEHICLES SUBARU OUTBACK 2004, H6, 3L, auto, leather interior, cruise, 6 stack CD, roof racks, p-wind, climate control, 125,000km, must sell, $24,500. 0422409640

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FORD FESTIVA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;93 3 dr, man, a/c, CD, blue, 185,000km. Just out of rego, current pink sllip $2200, very reliable. 66802001 0401619689 NISSAN 300 ZX V6, 3L, 145,000km, silver, 6 mnths rego, targa top, auto, cruise, climate control. $10,000 PH 0423926060 SUBARU LIBERTY â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;95 Auto wagon, A/ C, low kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, tint windows, mag wheels, new tyres & battery, exc cond, 1 family owner, reg Oct. $6500. 66846160 or 0423386791 COROLLA reliable,auto air cond, ac rego, $1500 ono. 0407617987 KOMBI 1976 Pop top, rego 03/08 & 1 for parts, $3500. Text or ph 0432476011 COMMODORE VR â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94, s-w, 6 seater, 7mths rego, needs transmission repairs, all else is ďŹ ne $600. Phone 0422098893 TOYOTA HIACE LWB â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;85, great cond, lots of spares, double bed storage, long rego, only $2500. Ph 0427236168 DAIHATSU â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;01 TERIOS 4WD, 5 door, silver, air bags, air con, cd, new tyres $9900. Phone 66840205 or 0428852088 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE 1997 3 door hatch, man, 157000km, a-c, CD, 4 new tyres, economical & reliable, $3900. 66846897

FORD LASER GHIA VGC needs gearbox repairs & rego $375 ono. 0411206997 TOYOTA CAMRY 1994 sedan, manual, air-con, p-steer, sunroof, long rego $3900. Phone 0432101250 TOYOTA CAMRY 1996, s-wagon, auto, air-con, p-st, full service history, excellent car, 12 mth rego $6200. 0411709266 TOYOTA SURF 1999, 2.4L turbo diesel, 137,000km, rego 06/08, $9700 ono. More details on 0416062754 COMMODORE VR, ex police car, 180,000km, Simmons rims, tint, CD, very nice car, $4000 ono. 66227693

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MULLUM well designed brick house, timber ďŹ&#x201A;oors, private, big north verandah, views, north/east reserve, no through st, MUST SEE! $445,000. Ph 66843491

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ROOM AVAILABLE for an 18-30 female to share with 4 others in Byron Bay, close to town and beach. $85pw + bond & expenses. 0403681335

BYRON large room in beautiful queenslander. 5 min to town/beach share with 2 others. pref clean N/S, $115pw + bills & bond. Phone Jessica 0401650395 BIG RM Sunrise 2 people $220pw, single $140pw no bills. Phone 0401302343

3 BED HOUSE peaceful, light, leafy. Byron Hills area to $500,000, quick settlement if req. Ph Grace 66854822

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BYRON room avail in happy, vego, share h-hold, d/f, n/s, walk to town & beach, $120pw. Call 0404889194, 66807743

WATERFRONT 4 Star Brunswick f-f 1 & 2br luxury apartments. Ph 66851631

TYAGARAH ocean view, own bathroom, conscious living, $150pw incl. 66847135

COORABELL spacious retreat. Luxury at lowest rate. Spa & BBQ. 66884781

OCEAN SHORES mature, working person to share large modern, private house. Pool, sundeck, large kitchen, $120pw + bills & bond. 0400183695

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O. SHORES room with en-suite & BIR in clean 2br, 2 storey home, ocean views, close beach & shops, m/f emp, no pets, $120pw + bills & bond. 0401390616 SUNRISE, 1 single cosy bedroom, clean, calm, $130pw. Ph 0431680629

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BANGALOW, amazing home & pool for 2 wonderful, responsible vegos or 1 couple, $150pw ea + bills + bond. Call 66870791

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SUNRISE beaut 2br townhouse + studio conv - sleeps 3, pool/beach, $340pw. Phone 0408151742

SUNRISE 2 rooms, own bathrm & toilet, n/s, d/f, worker or student to share with couple. 1 rm $130, both rooms $155pw + bond + bills. 66807228, 0427444150

NTH OCEAN SHORES lush house, studio, waterfront canal + beach, veg, n/ s positive work person, share with 1 fem $140pw + bond + expenses. 66805657

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COMING TO THE WRITERS FESTIVAL? Lovely room with views avail $165pw. Phone 66855688

LENNOX room avail in young family home, beautiful house, ocean views $130pw includes bills. 0421749611

BYRON room to rent close to town/ beach, big leafy backyard, $110pw incl bills + bond. Ph 66858529

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BYRON fab ocean views, fully-furn, double, walk beach/town, suit couple/2, $100pw each. 0408151742

BYRON in town opp beach, furnished rooms short/long term. 0408855738 SUFFOLK PK, double room, $130pw for single, $200pw for couple. 0435061611 FERN BEACH lge rm, doors to garden $135pw, smaller rm $100pw, BIR, $185 for both. Sunny home, 2 bathrm, ADSL, deck, walk to beach. Ph 0400464161

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BEAUTIFUL HOME & garden, large private area, 2br, lounge & bathroom, n/s $200pw + bond & bills, Myocum. Phone 66846814 BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK beautiful modern home, 2 rooms with BIR, verandah $150pw each or half house, n/s, d/f, kids ok. Phone 0428659348 ROOM in a great beach cottage 5 mins walk to town & beach, wooden ďŹ&#x201A;oors and big yard $150pw incl bills. 0401735269 SUNRISE T/house, share with mature yoga teacher. Beautiful, clean, renovated space $150pw. Ph Peter 0407807797

STUNNING self-cont studio Suffolk Park, peaceful, no pets. Ph 0414656667

BANGALOW 1-2 rooms, $120pw + bills. quiet street, share with 2 young easy going people. 2 min walk shops 66872746

SUFFOLK PK beachside, lovely private 2br house, f-furn, avail 31/07/07 to 5/10/07 neg, $265pw. Ph 66859761

BYRON, share with one fem, 10 min walk to town & beach, good sized room, $135pw + bond + bills. Ph 0406850119

HOUSE SIT

BYRON, f-furn, d/f, 2 rooms, $135pw incl bills, 5 min to town. Ph Tes 0422583651

LOVING couple & 1.5yo are moving to area and would love to housesit for short while till we get settled. Ph 0405406451

SUFFOLK, Alcorn St opposite Tallowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Beach, sunny house, 2 rooms, polished ďŹ&#x201A;oors, heaps of storage, modern, clean, tidy $120 - $200pw. Ph 0410617561

MATURE MAN available for housesit, non smoking, non drinking, exc refs, short or long term. Phone 0406960125

SUNRISE, room $100pw + bills, for worker, respectful, clean. Ph 66855241

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BYRON HILLS spacious 3br house share with 2 others $130pw + elec. 0415747067

ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this section must be paid by credit card or in person at time of placement. BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK good room in special home $125pw (incl phone, elec, b-band) spa, pool + more. Pref female. Phone 66854231 BIG ROOM, rustic farmhouse on 36 acres, St Helena, fab ocean views, n/s, d/f, bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band, no pets, f/t working or student, $115pw all incl. Ph 0412722919 BYRON amazing ocean views, share with artist, short/long term, sgl/couple, $100pw each + exp. Ph 0408151742 BYRON CENTRAL single $90pw & double $150pw in funky share house, no bills. Ph 0421925531

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WILSONS CREEK vegetarian house, 8km Mullum, 20min Byron, 11 acres on creek, plenty of light, $100pw, caravan also available. Ph 0431014280

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HONDA CIVIC â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;97 hatch, $8500, a-c, good tyres, 180,000km, 11mth rego, reg serv, vgc. 0409534052, 66771104 TOYOTA Cressida 1996, great car, $3000 ono. Ph 0435061611

MORTGAGE BROKER, Buyers agent. No application fees. No exit fees. No hype. Just great rates and good service. MICHAEL MURRAY 0428555501

OCEAN SHORES luxury & convenience $150/$170 incl + bond. Appreciative person share with owner & cat. 66803497 BYRON large sunny mod house, share bathrm with 1 other, 3 in house, 30+ work person, $160pw incl. 0405809704 OCEAN SHORES, self contained ďŹ&#x201A;at, 2br large sunny bathroom, garden setting, bordering national park, connected to new Yoga studio, $230pw. Ph. 66802889 BANGALOW large room in gorgeous 3br house on acreage with views & ďŹ replace. $165pw incl elect & water. Or enormous loft room for $175pw. Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band, no pets. Phone 66872136

TO LET BANGALOW SELF STORAGE Hi-tech security. 66872333 CARAVANS & CABINS from $195pw. Apply in person to Byron Bay Tourist Village, Ewingsdale Road. ILUKA spotless 2br freestanding villa, carport & garden, suit retired person, $165pw. Ph 0415152151 BYRON BAY spacious 2br townhouse, avail now, $340pw. BYRON BAY 3br home, walk to town, $400pw. Ray White Byron Bay. Ph 66856588 UPPER MAIN ARM 3br + loft, elev Nth aspect, solar h-w, mains pwr, bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band, no pets, $330pw, avail early Aug. 66845107 LOVELY caravan Myocum, suit female, clean, d/f. Phone 66844364 KOONYUM RANGE 3br house set on 3/4 acres, 2 bathrooms, 2 carport, sep. 2 car workshed, ofďŹ ce, pool, $400pw. Refs essential, no pets. Contact Julie or Nicci, Chincogan Real Estate, 18A Burringbar St, Mullumbimby. Ph 66843301 O.SHORES modern fully-furn open plan 1br bedsit, tropical garden, suit single worker, $200pw. Ph 66803012 LENNOX HEAD beautiful 4br house, DLUG, ocean views, quiet, $450pw. BALLINA EAST nice 3br house, quiet LUG, trees, $350pw. Ph 66867678



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[photo: Astill - dog issue 22.02] MISSING: Tiny breed, brindle colour, white chest, micro-chipped, person picked her up 11/6/07 corner McAuleys Lane, PLEASE give her back! 66843545 or drop to vet/ranger. We all know!

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Health and Security Assistant General Ward and Emergency Department Temp Full/Part Time, Contract till April 2008 Position No: 7288/06 Pre-employment screening forms part of the recruitment selection. New South Wales Master Security Licence â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 407500912. Jobshare and flexible working hours available Salary: $19.22 ph. Enquiries: Keryn York, (02) 6639 6691 Closing Date: 13 July 2007

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electric/double Experienced, gigging bassist with music degree (VCA) now giving tuition in theory, technique, styles and the importance of having fun with music. $30 p/h.

Ph 0412 732 465 IN MEMORIAM CLARENCE ERNEST â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;CLARRIEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; TOWERS - 17.5.1912 - 5.7.2001 You left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide, and although we cannot see you, you are always at our side. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again.

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News Extra

Page welcomes election funding inquiry Ballina MP Don Page has welcomed an Upper House Inquiry into the issue of political donations, campaign expenditure and disclosure initiated by the State Coalition. Mr Page said Labor had voted against such an Inquiry a month ago in the Lower House (where they have the numbers) but only agreed to support the same Inquiry when they realised the Coalition and the Crossbenchers had the numbers in the Upper House to force the Inquiry. He said the Labor Party is not serious about reform in this area and would likely ignore the recommendations of the Upper House Inquiry. ‘Nevertheless, it is good an inquiry will now proceed so key issues can be aired,’ Mr Page said. ‘There is community con-

cern about the possible connection between political donations and government decision-making.’ Mr Page said his personal view is that all political donations from people who don’t have a right to vote should be banned and individual donations should be capped. Capped public funding and capped election expenditure would also restore integrity to the electoral process. ‘A basic principle of democracy is that the people who have the right to vote determine the election outcome. However, we now allow associations, companies and unions to make large donations in an attempt to influence election outcomes when these bodies have no right to vote,’ he said. The terms of reference for the Select Committee will be ‘to inquire into and report

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on the funding and disclosure of donations to political parties, and candidates in State and local government elections, and in particular: 1) all matters associated with electoral funding and disclosure; 2) the advantages and disadvantages of banning all donations from corporations, unions and organisations to parties and candidates; 3) the advantages and disadvantages of introducing limits on expenditure in election campaigns; 4) the impact of political donations on the democratic process; and 5) any related matters.’ NSW Sport and Recreation

New dance music website Byron Bay is ranked third in Australia as a centre for electronic dance music, behind Melbourne and Sydney according to Petar Cetinich, of Pirate Promotions. With this in mind, local dance music fans will be pleased to hear that a new website for the global dance music world will be launched in the next few weeks. Conceived and created by a group of experienced international and local DJs, journalists, artists and producers, DJVOX is passionate about uniting the various facets of the underworld scene to make it more cohesive, accessible and userfriendly for everyone, according to publicist Chryss Carr. ‘The Shire is extremely rich with talent and players in this field. DJVOX presents a solid opportunity with a strong business backing for such talent to get out into the worldwide scene,’ she says. The website www.djvox. com will feature underground sounds from all corners of the globe ranging from progressive, underground, tech, electro and commercial house to psy-trance and make them available as quality MP3 downloads.

DJVOX is committed to quality, and the MP3 downloads will be some of the best on offer at a 320 bit rate. DJVOX claims to be more than a virtual retailer. It hosts an on-line crew of DJ’s, writers and artists deeply connected to the scene that will scour the world for the latest news and sounds and report back to its online community. As well as featuring interviews and bios on the hottest DJs, artists, labels and producers from all corners of the globe, DJVOX invites punters to report on their scene so fellow online community members remain constantly in the loop. Like ‘myspace’, DJVOX users can create their own homepage/blogs. The format allows random music lovers to create their own homepage and host it on DJVOX, and depending on its hit rate could be upgraded to the magazine, converting the browser from web ‘pleb’ to web ‘celeb’. Further, aspiring DJ’s and producers, however young or inexperienced they may be, could have the chance to offer their own productions as MP3 downloads for sale.

‘Do nothing’ process Organisers of the Trains On Our Tracks (TOOT) campaign to get trains running on the Casino-Murwillumbah line say the joint NSW and QLD government taskforce on improving cross border transport links is ‘a process to do nothing about fixing public transport in the Northern Rivers for the next 20 years.

‘Based on existing transport corridors, geography, current and future projected population growth within our region, the best solution is to use the existing rail line as the spine of an integrated transport system for our region.’ The group called on all governments to work with the community on the issue.

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Win a lighthouse tour Want a chance to win free tickets to tour Australia’s most easterly lighthouse? The Cape Byron Trust is offering five free double passes to the ever-popular guided lighthouse tours. ‘Interpretation of historic heritage plays an important role in conservation management of historic sites like Cape Byron,’ said Cape Byron Headland Reserve Manager, Sue Walker. ‘Major restoration works are currently underway in the old lighthouse keeper’s cottages and to celebrate the conservation works the Trust is offering the competition for the free tours of the Cape Byron Lighthouse. ‘These works are necessary to conserve and protect the heritage values of the 106year-old buildings and equally provide a way people can experience this heritage. The lighthouse tours provide visi-

tors with the opportunity to explore the maritime history of Byron Bay.Visitors will join an experienced guide and find out about the history and significance of this unique lighthouse. ‘As an added bonus the competition winners may be lucky enough at this time of the year to witness the northern migration of the humpback whale, from what is surely Australia’s best whale watching spot.’ To enter the lighthouse tour competition, and have a chance of winning one of the five double passes, answer the question ‘In which year was the Cape Byron Lighthouse built’? Competition closes July 31. Email your response with contact details to andyrobinson @environment.nsw.gov.au or post to Lighthouse Tour Competition, PO Box 127 Byron Bay NSW 2481.

Sixty five Lions members and friends attended the 55th Changeover Dinner of the Lions Club of Brunswick Mullumbimby on Saturday June 16 at the Ocean Shores Country Club. Outgoing president Terry Newling, above left, thanked members for work done that supported the local and

wider community and congratulated members on their efforts to support projects undertaken by the club. Incoming president Trevor Watts, above right, provided an instant laugh by saying ‘This year there will be some things I’ll probably mess up and other times I’ll be brilliant.’

Free course in martial arts for youth Because of a lack of alternatives for those not engaged in mainstream education, there is a need to engage youth in activities that will provide a stimulus for both mind and body while also increasing the range and depth of skills required to succeed in life. To this end the Inspired Life project aims to utilise the elements of martial arts training to affect improved outcomes in physical as well as social and psychological aspects. Ivan Howe and Richard Antonini, Wing Chun teachers, Matt Sproul, Inspired Life coordinator and Stephanie Sims from Byron Youth Service are offering the youth of the Byron Shire a free 6 week course in Wing Chun

Martial Arts. The Byron Shire Gym is generously assisting with equipment. Martial arts philosophy emphasises that people live in peace and harmony with each other, maintain nonaggressive attitudes, self-control and respect for one’s self and others, positive attitudes and to strive to achieve one’s best in life. The course starts on Tuesday June 26 and runs every Tuesday from 4pm to 5.30pm for 6 weeks at the Youth Activity Centre, 1 Gilmore Street, Byron Bay. For more information please contact Stephanie Sims on 6685 7777 or 0404 478 745.

Young writers competition The Transcultural Mental Health Centre in conjunction with the Schizophrenia Fellowship and Mental Illness Education Australia (NSW) are calling for final submissions for the 2007 Young Writers Competition, TranSCRIBE. TranSCRIBE, the 6th Young Writers Competition, aims to provide young people with an opportunity to creatively express their concerns, thoughts, feelings and experiences about issues that directly impact on young people living in a multicul-

tural society. The competition is open to all young people, not only young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The competition challenges all young people to think about the impact that immigration and cultural diversity has on families and young people living in Australia. Additional information, entry forms and ideas for discussion topics may be photocopied or downloaded from the website: www.dhi.gov. au/tmhc/transcribe.


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The Whale Tipi, out of Australia, was raised on Monday June 25 outside the Maui War and Peace Art Exhibition in Makawao. Recently arriving from Anchorage, Alaska for IWC 59 (International Whaling Commission), Byron resident Howie Cooke, pictured right, cofounder of Surfers for Cetaceans, with Billabong free surfer Dave Rastovich, has put the Whale Tipi up at four different IWCs and in nine countries with over 100,000 people visiting it. ‘This latest extension of thinly disguised commercial whaling by Japan adds further insult to the continued slaughter of Minkes and endangered Fin Whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary,’ said Mr Cooke. Cooke is calling on the people of Hawai’i to show solidarity with the Australian public who are horrified at the intention of Japanese factory ship whalers to kill 50 Australian Humpbacks in the Antarctic at the end of this year in the name of science. According to Cooke, ‘The world over, people are enchanted by the benign gra-

Byron Bay Senior Citizens has a bus to Clarence Hotel, Maclean for “Christmas in July” luncheon on Thursday July 26. Bookings call Judy 6685 1547 or Ruth 6685 6278 or Phyll 6685 7723.

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ciousness of cetaceans and are increasingly disgusted by the cruel and barbaric perpetuation of whaling which had no place in the 20th century let alone in the 21st. Hawai’i and Australia have in common a close connection with Humpback

whales and their annual migrations. I hope Japan will follow the example of Hawai’ian and Australian whalewatch tourism and identify with affection and appreciation with all whales and dolphins, our friends in the sea.’

Historian to talk at OS Expo Ocean Shores historian and lifetime resident Frank Mills has great stories to tell of the local climate and environment that many of us are hearing for the first time. ‘As the local fire control officer for fourteen years, I saw many aspects of the local environment and yet I am still in awe of the great extremes of weather that we have experienced in the local area in my lifetime,’ Frank added. He is preparing his 2007 historical presentation to suit the theme of this year’s Arts and History Expo: The Environment, Our Place, Our Face. ‘My theme will be Tree change, Sea change, Climate change,’ he said.

Frank, who has extensive local knowledge, will look at the Ocean Shores and Brunswick Valley environment during the course of the last hundred years. Undoubtedly many locals will be interested to see historic photos of where their patch fits in to

the environmental picture. The Expo will be held August 10-12 at the Ocean Shores Community Hall and details can we seen at www.osartexpo.com. Artists are reminded that entries close on July 20. Phone Ri for more details 6680 3040

Country Energy Art Prize deadline Time is running out faster than the paint in an artist’s paint box for NSW artists wanting to enter this year’s $35,000 Country Energy Art Prize for Landscape Painting. Entries have begun arriving at the Dubbo Regional Art Gallery but with less than one month until entries close Country Energy is encouraging artists not to leave their entry until the absolute last minute. Acclaimed as one of Australia’s richest landscape art prizes, heavily contested

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throughout NSW, the Country Energy Art Prize moved this year from being an acquisitive prize to a non acquisitive prize, allowing the winning artist to keep or sell their own work and still receive a significant monetary prize. Country Energy’s regional general manager Far North Coast, Brian Glawson, said the prize is growing in popularity and stature within the art community. ‘Entries have already been finding their way to the Dubbo gallery which is

indicative of the widespread interest and enthusiasm for the prize,’ Mr Glawson said. ‘I’d encourage country and coastal artists to enter before the July 20 cut-off date so they have the security of knowing that their entry has been received and they are in the running for a great prize.’ Entry forms are available at regional art galleries, Country Energy customer service centres or by visiting the website at www.countryenergy.com.au/artprize.

The competition is open to residents of Ocean Shores and districts within the 2483 postcode area. There are many categories to enter: your whole garden, a garden bed, a single tree, or a pot. Great prizes to be won. Entry forms from Simpatico or True Value Hardware Ocean Shores, Professionals Real Estate, Ocean Shores and Brunswick Heads, Billinudgel Post and News, Billinudgel. Entries close Monday, August 27. Call Ann on 6680 5175.

If you are the holder of a Centrelink pension or health care card and are struggling to afford the cost of having your pet desexed, the Animal Welfare League NSW may be able to help you. Please Orchid Meeting The Byron District Orchid ring 6684 4070. Society Inc will meet on Vipassana Monday July 9 at 7.30pm at the Ewingsdale Hall. Visitors Meditation 3 Day Old Student Course welcome. Come and see a from 5pm Friday July 6 to beautiful display of mem3pm Monday July 9, Lis- bers’ orchids. For further more. 10 Day Course from information contact Penny September 12 to 23, Shelley on 6680 1600. Beach, East Ballina.To apply, Baywrite Theatre or for more information, go Next rehearsed Reading will to: www.rasmi.dhamma.org/ be this Saturday July 7 at the nrv/ or phone Ian on 6680 Byron Entertainment Cen3203. All courses are by vol- tre, Centennial Circuit untary donation. Industrial Estate. “The Cus-

Seniors Computing Byron Shire Seniors Computer Club will not be holding workshops in the school holidays. Enquiries Margaret 6684 2931.

Women’s Art Sharing Group Creative sessions for friendship and support, explore your imagination, express and clarify your feelings, overcome creative blocks and discover your inner artist. Brunswick Heads Women’s Support and Sharing group begins Wednesday July 18. Cost: 6 weeks $60/$30 unwaged. Art materials and afternoon tea provided. A Women’s Resource Service project. Call Kassa for booking on 6684 4299.

Film Artists Meeting The Film Artists Cooperative (FAC) will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30pm on Thursday, July 5, at the Byron Services Club, Jonson St., Byron Bay. FAC is a support group of Actors, Producers, Directors and other film artists who collaborate with one another. It is free and new members are welcome. This month’s meeting will feature a workshop on basic camera technique by Larry Larstead, an introduction from Rebecca Ingram, the new Screenworks events coordinator, updates on work in progress, and open discussions regarding member projects. For further info contact Sahaj on 6685 3554, 0401 781 272 or email sahaj@freerangemedia.com

Jung Society The Byron Jung Society is hosting a one day event to explore some aspects in the background of eating disorders. Dr Sue Austin, a specialist in this field speaks at Coolangatta on Saturday 21. Please phone Anna on 6684 1406 or email mariemm@ optusnet.com.au

Bruns View Club Christmas in July Brunswick Valley View Club has a Christmas in July Luncheon on July 12 at the Mullumbimby Bowling Club. Cost $20. Starts at 11am, apologies to Jean Elliott on 6685 1446. Casual members please notify Jean if attending, fax 6684 1719.

Op Shop Sausage Sizzle The Saturday morning Op Shop at the Uniting Church in Mullumbimby is celebrating Christmas in July this month and will also be serving customers with a tasty $2 sausage sizzle to encourage a browse through the winter goodies at the Op Shop. Enquiries to Elaine on 6684 2627.

todians” by Eric Earley, a powerful play about Aboriginal deaths in custody will be read. Rehearsals at 12pm for 2pm reading. All welcome. $4 entry gets you refresh- Suffolk Dune Care ments as well. People inter- Suffolk Park Dune care ested in reading please con- meets Saturday July 7 at 9am tact Stirling on 6680 8386. in Gaggin Park, Alcorn Street Got time for a chat? beach access for dune restorBrunzwickam Toastmasters ing, weeding and planting. is a group of inspiring happy All are welcome. Phone people with real life stories. Helen on 6685 4964. Feel encouraged, and join us Mullum Garden Club on a Wednesday morning in July (11 and 25) in the SDA The Garden Club has a Hall in Shara Boulevard street stall in Stuart Street, Nor th Ocean Shores Mullumbimby on Friday from 9:45am until noon. July 7. Money raised assists Details from Ruth 6687 with the cost of plants, ferti1648 or Steven 0401 842 lizer etc. used by volunteers at the Cemetery gardens. 879. Volunteers needed. Contact Anglican Luncheon F Mobbs on 6684 1020. The Anglican Parish of Mullumbimby will be host- Senior Citizens ing their annual Hot Lunch- The Mullumbimby Senior eon at noon on Thursday Citizens Autumn Club meets July 19. Cost $10. Guest on Monday July 9 at 1pm in the Cook Pioneer Hall, GorSpeaker. Enq 6684 2384. don Street, Mullumbimby. LETS AGM Enquiries to 6684 5142. The BMT LETS AGM will be held on Sunday July 29 Telecross 2007 at 1pm at ACE Information Session Mullumbimby Inc. Cnr of The Red Cross Telecross Gordon and Burringbar Sts., Service needs volunteers to Mullumbimby. All commit- make daily telephone calls to tee positions will become frail aged and disabled pervacant. Enquiries phone: Sue sons. A short information on 0411 022 093. session is on Monday July 9 at 1.30pm. The venue is 130 Lions BBQ The Lions Club of Byron Keen Street, Lismore. Please Bay will be holding their ring Bernadette Daley on monthly barbeque at IGA in 6622 0788. Bayshore Drive on Saturday U3A Bruns Valley July 7 2007 commencing at July 17 talk is Dorothy Buck11.30am ley on Rights of Passage, a

Garden Competition Tassa Presents Ocean Shores Garden Club’s 25th Garden Competition takes place on August 30 and 31, with Presentation Night at the Country Club on Wednesday, September 5.

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Egyptian Healing meditation, 10am Friday July 6, 39 Main Arm Rd, Mullumbimby, $20 for 2 and half hrs including morning tea. Phone Beverly on 6684

recent history of women’s journey to independence. Enquiries to 6680 4268. Boules on Sundays 2 to 4pm in the Market area, Brunswick Heads, enquiries to 6680 4365.


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Set on 3 elevated acres at Beachside Tyagarah, this fabulous ultra contemporary family home is just 10 minutes to Byron Bay. All 5 double bedrooms overlook the gorgeous 17x5metre pool that in turn overlooks beautiful scenic vistas. Architecturally designed, the home features open plan living areas, 4.2m ceilings, a chefs kitchen complete with European appliances, and professionally landscaped grounds.

INSPECTION By appointment SALES AGENT David Gordon 0418 856 222 FOR SALE $865,000 WEBSITE ID 276042

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OPEN HOUSE Fri 12-12.45pm ADDRESS 8/39 Lawson Street, Byron Bay SALES AGENT Matt Towner 0414 185 976 FOR SALE $845,000 WEBSITE ID 213036

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INSPECTION By appointment SALES AGENT Kaye Wilkie 0412 856 208 FOR SALE $630,000 WEBSITE ID 274780

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INSPECTION By appointment SALES AGENT Kaye Wilkie 0412 856 208 FOR SALE $1,300,000 WEBSITE ID 277790

Set on a ďŹ&#x201A;at landscaped block, this 3 bedroom family home is just minutes to all facilities including Comprising 3 bedrooms, it has extras like covered decks on beaches, schools, shops and Byron CBD 4 sides and easy care landscaped gardens Gorgeous hardwood ďŹ&#x201A;oors throughout the home Auction Onsite this Saturday 7 July at 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Offers accepted prior T

INSPECTION By appointment SALES AGENT David Gordon 0418 856 222 FOR SALE $1.15M WEBSITE ID 258344

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Backing onto Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lake Reserve Only 2 mins walk to enjoy Suffolk/Broken Head beach Convenient shops and Tavern close by 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Tropical gardens

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Well presented holiday apartment Main 3 bedrooms, 2 Beach at your doorstep bathrooms, 153sqm Sunny north aspect & balconies

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OPEN HOUSE Thurs 1-1.45pm & Sat 12.30-1pm prior to Auction ADDRESS 148 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay SALES AGENT Stuart Aitken 0417 242 537 AUCTION Onsite 1pm Sat 7th July WEBSITE ID 247265

6685 6222 elders.com.au/byronbay

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PERFECT PACIFIC OCEAN PANORAMA Situated along the sought-after McLeod’s shoot ridgeline of Coorabell, this mountain top haven provides the perfect peaceful retreat. This stunning north east facing 2 acre parcel offers panoramic ocean and mountain views providing a perfect setting for those who love to entertain or simply want to relax and enjoy nature. With Byron Bay only 10 minutes away this exceptional property gives an excellent combination of country living and the convenience of beautiful beaches close by. Featuring a substantial home that has undergone a degree of renovation, the existing structure offers an ideal platform to improve on. Established landscaping, timeless rock walls and a large inground pool. The owners are committed to selling, so secure your chance now or at the auction.

600 Coolamon Scenic Drive, Coorabell

OPEN FROM Sat 10.30am AUCTION ONSITE 11.00am SALES AGENT Damon Rahmate 0413 884 091 WEBSITE PID 271630

Watch the sunrise and sunset and enjoy magniÆcent 360 degree coastal & rural views from this exceptional country residence. This exclusive property is ideal for those seeking absolute privacy & seclusion with 7.8 undulating hectares of lush lawns & grazing land. It features extensive outdoor entertaining areas and sparkling in-ground pool which are surrounded by landscaped gardens and sweeping views that show you that the world is really round. The substantial home was designed to capture the 360 degree views and to enjoy the visual impact from every room. The exposed rafters and large gabled windows soak up the light creating brilliant light shafts and a warm open ambience. Features X 4 bedrooms X 3 bathrooms X Luxury parents retreat X large farm shed with 4 bays with bathroom X 20 minutes to Byron Bay and 15 minutes to Bangalow

182 Nashua Road, Fernleigh

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OPEN HOUSE Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm ADDRESS 6 Rainforest Drive, Eltham SALES AGENT Mark Castle 0418 971 826 AUCTION July 26 WEBSITE ID 271792

OPEN HOUSE Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm AUCTION ONSITE August 11 SALES AGENT Damon Rahmate 0413 884 091 WEBSITE PID 278285

This much loved and highly productive farm has been in the same family for two generations. Once a thriving dairy farm this select 40 hectare (100 acre) parcel is situated only seven minutes drive from Bangalow’s thriving village atmosphere. The gentle acreage will comfortable carry 40 + breeders or would make an ideal horse stud with a plentiful supply of water from a registered irrigation license from Wilson’s River. The original farmhouse features all of the charms of yesteryear with original hardwood weatherboard and timber Çoors throughout. There is even an old tennis court out the back for a weekend hit up. The old dairy bales are still in place and would make an ideal studio or extra storage.

149 Scarabelottis Lane, Nashua

ELEVATED VALLEY VIEWS

2900m2 block X 3 spacious bedroom X Eltham valley views X Quiet location X Vendor ready to meet market!

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Cottage style home recently renovated X Elevated views of Corndale valley X Town water X New kitchen X Approx 10 acres with cottage gardens

INSPECTION By Appointment ADDRESS Bexhill FOR SALE $520,000 WEBSITE ID 268106

Greg Price

Terri Williamson

Mark Kinneally

Sarah Baber

SALES AGENT Terri Williamson 0421 061 502 WEBSITE PID 274215

Heart of Federal village X Quiet cul-de-sac X Large family home X 4 spacious bedrooms X 2.5 bathrooms X Large deck overlooking park

INSPECTION By appointment ADDRESS Federal FOR SALE 675,000 WEBSITE ID 273259

Damon Rahmate

Krysten Basso

Hugh Hanrahan

Denise Burch

OPEN HOUSE Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm AUCTION July 26 SALES AGENT Damon Rahmate 0413 884 091 WEBSITE PID 275613

BARGAIN PRICE!!! Best priced home in this location X Three bedrooms X Two Bathrooms X Quiet country lane X 2 ½ acres X Tropical retreat

OPEN HOUSE Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm ADDRESS 19 Benloro Lane, Myocum FOR SALE $659,000 WEBSITE ID 240595

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ELEVATED NORTH FACING ACRES IN FERNLEIGH Ideally located 15 mins from Bangalow & beaches, this elevated timber home is just what you could be looking for. Situated on approx 4.9 acres incorporating established gardens & stunning far Northerly vistas to Mt Warning & the Nightcap ranges. The home is complemented with timber Çoors, high ceilings, lead light windows, open Æreplace, gourmet kitchen with granite bench tops & stainless steel appliances, extensive timber decking accessed from all bedrooms & open plan living emphasising a light & breezy atmosphere. Features separate guest quarters with bathroom & kitchenette, large shed with cement Çoor, room enough for a full sized dressage arena & room for stables. Arrange your inspection today.

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‘Broken Ridge’ at Broken Head

These 10 double storey dwellings are set in downtown Brunswick Heads within an easy walk to the beach, the river, local shops and the famous hotel. The houses will be built with timber floors, they will have large decks and be open plan designs with light filled balconies. A combination of modern materials will be used to bring an ‘architectural feel’ to this site. There will be nine homes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and one single bedroom, two bathroom home. Agent declares interest. Contact Glen Irwin on 0418 604 080 or L.J. Hooker Byron Bay on 6685 7300.

Byron Bay

A very unique opportunity exists for those who are dreaming of acquiring their own rural oasis. We have listed 12 Community Title blocks of land ranging in size from 2,460sqm up to 7,337sqm at beautiful Broken Head. This release of land has been six years in the planning. It is extremely environmentally friendly and offers a return to nature. Located only minutes to the beach at Broken Head and downtown Byron Bay making this picturesque rural setting a very rare opportunity to build your dream home. These blocks start from $425,000. For more information please contact Tony Farrell on 0417 212 692 or L.J Hooker Byron Bay on (02) 66 857 300 today. Byron Bay

Elders Byron Bay p48 • 4 Korau Place, Suffolk Park. Sat 12-12.45pm. • 8/39 Lawson Street, Byron Bay. Fri 12-12.45pm. Scott Harvey Real Estate p49 • 44 Friday Hut Road, Coorabell. Sat 1-2pm. LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads 49 • 4 Short Street, Brunswick Heads. Sat 10-10.30am. • 63 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads. Sat 11-11.30am. • 90 Rajah Road, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.30am. • 5 Nana Street, Brunswick Heads. Sat 12-12.30pm. • 34 Natan Court, North Ocean Shores. Sat 1-1.30pm. • 186 Main Arm Road, Mullumbimby. Sat 1-2.00pm. • 18 Natan Court, North Ocean Shores. Sat 2-2.30pm. Byron Bay First National p50 • 33 Bottlebrush Crescent Suffolk Park. Sat 10.30-11am. • 4 Pine Mountain Road, Possum Creek. Sat 11-11.30am. • 25 Pacific Highway, Knockrow. Sat 11-11.30am. • 33 Kingsley Street, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.45am. • 28 Caniaba Crescent, Suffolk Park. Sat 11.30am-12pm. • 62 Kingsley Street, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.45pm. • 5 Armstrong Street, Suffok Park. Sat 1-1.30pm. • 12 Oakland Court, Suffolk Park. Sat 1-1.30pm. • 14/58 Armstrong Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 2-2.30pm. Elders Bangalow p51 • 6 Rainforest Drive, Eltham. Sat 1-1.30pm. • 19 Benloro Lane, Myocum. Sat 1-1.30pm. LJ Hooker Byron Bay p54 • ‘Seadrift’ 6-8 Browning St, Byron Bay. Sat & Sun 12-12.45pm. • 63 McGettigans Lane, Ewingsdale. Sat 11-11.45am. • 10 Wareham Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 12-12.30pm. • 28 Pacific Vista Drive, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.45pm. • 52 Coogera Circuit, Baywood Chase. Sat 1-1.45pm. • 49 Ruskin Street, Byron Bay. Sat 1-1.45pm. • 5 Luan Court, Byron Bay. Sat 2-2.45pm. • 75 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay. Sun 11-11.45am. • Lot 4 Rose Apple Place, Broken Head. Sun 1-1.45pm. • ‘Oasis’ 14/24 Scott Street, Byron Bay. Sun 2-2.45pm.

AUCTIONS

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 8th 11AM-12PM

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 7th 11AM-12PM

Horse Heaven!

‘Jacaranda House’

Aurora Valley, Lot 5 Pacific Highway, Bangalow (follow signs on Pac. H’way from Byron Bay). Located on 23 quiet, NE facing acres. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, vast living rooms including sunken lounge with open fire place, sunroom, study, fabulous chef’s kitchen & guest w/c, this home would suit as a guesthouse (STCA). A huge terrace overlooks panoramic hinterland views, lovely gardens and fully tiled freshwater pool with spa and gazebo. Horse facilities include 3 post & rail paddocks, full sized dressage arena, 2 stables & yards, hosing bay, tack shed, & feed shed. Creek, huge water storage capacity, bore and an attractive large separate building. Enjoy a superior rural lifestyle so close to Bangalow village. PROPERTY $2.2m. Contact Gai Hart-Hughes on BUYERS NET 0418 755 088 or 6687 1313.

15 Charlotte Street, Bangalow. Open house Sat 7th 11am12pm. ‘Jacaranda House’ is a superb residence situated on a lush acre of park like grounds in the centre of Bangalow village. With 4-5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 huge open plan living areas featuring large open fireplace and chef’s kitchen. High ceilings, hardwood flooring, stained glass; pull cord lighting. Entertaining decks, sparkling pool, DLUG, lovely rural views, is zoned residential and is built on 2 titles. Fabulous gardens to the rainforest and Byron Creek border. Fruit trees & magnificent jacarandas abound. Not a cent to spend – just move in and enjoy the dress circle location! PROPERTY Price $1.75m. Contact Gai Hart-Hughes BUYERS NET on 0418 755 088 or 6687 1313.

LifeStyle-Property.net p48 • 1 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads. AUCTION 11am July 14th. • 230 Main Arm Road, Main Arm. AUCTION 11am July 14th. Elders Byron Bay p48 • 148 Bangalow Road, AUCTION 1pm onsite this Sat. Inspect Thu 1-1.45pm & Sat 12.30-1pm prior to auction. Scott Harvey Real Estate p49 • 152 Nashua Road, Fernleigh. AUCTION onsite Aug 18. Inspect Sat 11-11.30am. LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads 49 AUCTIONS Sat July 28th, 11am at Ex-Serviceman’s Club, Brunswick Heads. • 4 Short Street, Brunswick Heads. Inspect 10-10.30am. • 63 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads. Inspect 11-11.30am. • Lot 370 Byron Street, Brunswick Heads. Elders Bangalow p51 • 600 Coolamon Scenic Drive, Coorabell. AUCTION 11am onsite Saturday. Inspect Sat 10.30am. • 182 Nashua Road, Fernleigh. AUCTION onsite Aug 11. Inspect 2-2.30pm. • 149 Scarabelottis Lane, Nashua. AUCTION July 26. Inspect Sat 2-2.30pm. George & Fuhrmann Bangalow p53 • Lot 2 Flowers Road, Binna Burra (off Friday Hut Road). AUCTION 11am onsite Sat 7th. Inspect Sat from 10am.

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Prestige Rural Property 413 Cudgen Road, Cudgen. For Auction 11am onsite Saturday 7 July. A rare opportunity to purchase an outstanding property in an elevated position adjacent to Kingscliff and other Tweed Coast destinations. 10 minutes to beaches, airport, hospitals and other essential services. 2 homes, 18.5Ha, 5 minutes to Kingscliff, Salt and Casuarina. Mostly flat land, 50% rich volcanic soil, remainder alluvial plain. Abundance of water, ideal horse, cattle and farming. GREAT POTENTIAL Offers considered prior to Auction. Des Ireland (Kingscliff) 0428 759 360 Kay Dawson (Cabarita) 0448 484 588

Agnes Water Lifestyle

Jungle House

Discovery coast lifestyle awaits you in Agnes Water / Town of 1770. This new 2 bedroom contemporary bush retreat has been architecturally designed to embrace and respond to the surrounding natural environment. Privately positioned on 4 acres, 5 minutes from the beach, shops, restaurants, school and river. The house would make an ideal weekender, investment, or private residence suitable for a couple or small family. Price $335,000 For more information or photos call 0429 698 782 or e-mail m.Banks1@bigpond.net.au.

$ 335,000

Walk through the front door and feel part of the Cumbebin rainforest that backs right into the back yard. Only 6 yrs old and designed with crossflow and aspect in mind, this is a large 4 bed/2 bath home with spacious open plan living areas and polished sandstone tiling. The large inviting entertaining patio nestles into the totally peaceful & private backyard. The second lounge and 3 bedrooms & bathroom are all on one side of the house allowing for stress-free family living. The gas kitchen is perfect for those who love to cook with plenty of room to move. The 810sqm property is only minutes from central Byron Bay and a short walk to beach, high school, rugby oval and golf course. Call 6685 6617 or check owners.com.au (pid 34513) for more info.

$ 745,000


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