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Writers festival 2007: more journalists than you could poke a writ at

Clockwise from to left: Angus Page following in his father’s footsteps into part-time stand-up comedy. Kate Crawford is talking size of intellect in a discussion on the dumbing down of Australians. David Marr self-censoring. Mungo has Piers Akerman where he doesn’t want him. Mandy and Alex pretend they understand Sophia’s bikini line reference. Age is often a barrier to understanding blank verse. Mehrun Siraj and Zahra Ghahramani do not echo the same view of Islam, and Anthony Lowenstein gives the lowdown on blogs. Photos Jeff ‘Worded Up’ Dawson

This year’s Byron Bay Writers Festival, which drew a crowd estimated at 10,000, brought journalists out from behind their keyboards and onto the stage to exchange ideas with their peers and willing audiences over last Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Reptiles of the press as diverse as David Marr and Paul Sheehan covered subjects such as human rights, foreign policy and the process of getting the

story itself. There was plenty for literature lovers too, with Robert Drewe on the short story and Stephen Sewell on Australian theatre. The bigger issues of the day had lively and sometimes heated airings – global warming, religion and terrorism, to name a few. Lighter moments included Charles Firth, Anita Heiss and Bryan Dawe on making the reader laugh and Mandy Nolan putting young comedians through

their paces. Before the customary farewell drinks at the bar, Barry Jones, Mungo MacCallum and Michael Gawenda mostly discussed Australia’s ambivalent relationship with the United States, while China and India got a look-in too. Over the four days many conclusions were reached but as is the case with all good debates, and journalism in general, many questions were left hanging as well.

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thing you offer a visitor to your household is a cup of freshly brewed coffee. It would be rude not to. ‘The beans are grown in the family plot, harvested by hand and dry roasted in a big clay or metal wok over an open ďŹ re, then ground with a mortar and pestle. The coffee grounds are either prepared in a plunger or just boiled and

allowed to settle before pouring.’ For some time now the university has supported the edgling East Timor agro-forestry industry – with visits by University experts to East Timor to share knowledge and expertise in the ďŹ eld. Coffee is East Timor’s largest cash crop. It is grown organically, without the use of

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Health service launches strategic plan, website North Coast Area Health Service (NCAHS) launched a strategic plan and website last Thursday at the Suffolk Park community hall. The plan claims to provide the framework for promoting healthy living and providing high quality and accessible health care for local communities, while the new website outlines the factors that impact on health, how health inequities affect the north coast population and what

NCAHS is doing to reduce health disparities across the area. ‘A New Direction for the North Coast – Health Service Strategic Plan Towards 2010 is an important document that will guide the way we deliver and continue to develop health services on the North Coast,’ NCAHS Chief Executive Chris Crawford said. Preparing for the ageing and retiring population and

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Mr Crawford said, ‘Investment in developing the health workforce through improved training opportunities both for undergraduates and graduates will result in improved workforce skills, capacity and models of care.’ Reducing health disparity and improving the health of disadvantaged communities is also a key objective of NCAHS, according to Mr Crawford. ‘The North Coast Area Health Equity Committee is coordinating a strategic and integrated approach towards addressing disparities across the area,’ he said. For more information visit www.ncahs.nsw.gov.au. QComment, page 10

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Cyclists ride against nuclear power plans Dorroughby mother Valerie Thompson and her young 10-month-old daughter Hope are part of a dedicated group cycling 4500km down Australia’s eastern seaboard, taking part in Cycle Against the Nuclear Cycle. The cyclists’ quest is to create a greater awareness in our communities that we, as Australians, don’t need to accept nuclear power as a foregone conclusion. ‘This cycling trip is all about creating a positive change away from a nuclear future for all of us, no matter what our walk of life is,’ say the cyclists. The cyclists began at Rockhampton, Queensland on June 25. ‘Hope and I are having a great time,’ said Ms Thompson. ‘Riding is hard to get used to… Hope sleeps for 30km a day. ‘We are cycling to raise awareness about the dangers of the nuclear industry.

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Hope in name and spirit, possibly one of the youngest people to have done the trip from Rockhampton to Byron on a pushbike. Hope, her mum Valerie Thompson and June Norman, a great grandmother, were among the 20 or so Cycle Against Nuclear Cycle cyclists in Byron Bay last Wednesday. Photo Jeff ‘Doctor Strangelove’ Dawson

It’s 50 years on and there is still no solution to the intractable problem of nuclear waste. Worse still, it is highly likely that waste material will eventually end up in weapons.’

Also among the group is 66 year old great grandmother June Norman, ‘I have spent the last two years gaining as much information as possible on the nuclear issue and feel very

strongly that I must do whatever I can to prevent further mining in our wonderful country,’ said Ms Norman. ‘The bike ride seemed like an interesting and fun way to do this, so here I am.’

New concerns over ‘scientific whaling’ The targeting of pregnant minke whales has raised new concerns over the plans by Japan to kill 50 humpback whales in the Antarctic later this year. Associate Professor Peter Harrison, director of the Southern Cross University Whale Research Centre and director of Marine Studies in the School of Environmental Science and Management, said small, isolated humpback populations were most at risk from Japanese whaling. Japan’s Institute of Cetacean Research announced last week that of 286 mature female minke whales that were killed in the Antarctic last summer, 262 (91.6%) were pregnant. It claims that the minke whale population had increased to more than the pre-commercial whaling era, making an annual commer-

cial quota sustainable. ‘The fact that so many minke whales were pregnant is good,’ Professor Harrison said. ‘But the fact that they have been killed is a double blow, and certainly not something that the Japanese whalers should be proud of. In fact they should be deeply embarrassed by this admission because not only have they targeted breeding females, they have killed part of the next generation of whales. ‘While the minke whale population is relatively strong, the Japanese themselves have admitted that their initial population estimate of 760,000 is completely wrong and is likely to be only about half that size. This reinforces the fact that their pseudoscientific research program is really commercial-scale whaling

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Alliance keeps a tail on companion animals A local lobby group called Watchdog Alliance has been formed ‘by a concerned group of residents after hearing from many people across the shire,’ according to the group’s press release. ‘This group has recognised the need to provide a voice for those in the community who feel that their concerns about companion animals (which are defined as dogs and cats) are not being adequately addressed. ‘Watchdog Alliance’s

vision is to: ensure the protection of our wildlife and their habitat; foster mutual respect within our community; inform members of the community of their rights and responsibilities regarding companion animals; represent resident’s concerns to the appropriate authorities; educate the community in regard to Companion Animal legislation; and promote the welfare of animals according to RSPCA recommendations. ‘Watchdog Alliance has

made representations to the Council on various related issues, has conducted education days and regularly attends the BSC Companion Animals committee meetings to keep abreast of current developments. ‘The group encourages people to communicate with Council staff regarding their problems in order to achieve more effective solutions which will assist in establishing more positive relations between companion animal owners and

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non-companion animal owners.’ Spokesperson for the group, Karl Vockler, said, ‘As our population increases so too will division and tension over such issues. ‘The strength of our community is measured by our ability to hear each other and work together towards harmony.’ If you would like to join Watchdog Alliance or have any enquiries about it, contact watchdogalliance @bigpond.com.

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David Bradbury, local filmmaker and Oscar nominee for his activist documentaries for peace, justice and the environment, is to open the Ocean Shores Arts Expo this year. The theme of the art show is ‘The Environment – Our Place, Our Face’ which organisers say has generated a huge response from local artists commenting on our relationship with the environment. All art works, suitable for business and private spaces, will be for sale from August 10 to 12 at the Ocean Shores Community Centre. The opening launch party is on Friday August10 starting at 7pm and David will speak and open the show. The three art judges will comment on the art and how it reflects the theme. The Peace Choir and a classical violinist will bring music to the night. Enquiries 6680 3040.

Big cross comes to the Bay

A big cross, the symbol of the Christian World Youth Day, will be handed over to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lismore at Laurieton and will travel to Byron Bay on August 5. The Cross and Icon will travel from Lismore to Byron on Monday morning at 4:30am following an overnight vigil at the cathedral in Lismore. A procession from the Headland to The Pass then continues to Tennyson Park via Main Beach. There is a major gathering at Tennyson Park with local schools, music, dance and prayer. The 3.8 metre high, 1.75 metre wide, 40 kilogram Cross and accompanying image of the Virgin Mary have travelled the globe, most recently through Oceania and the Pacific Islands.

Wildlife carers wanted Wildlife rescue service WIRES said there is an acute shortage of foster families to nurse wild animals back to health so they could be returned to the wild. A record number of animals are being injured on roads, attacked by domestic animals or being entangled in litter. WIRES hold rescue and immediate care courses in the area. The two day training courses provide members of the public with skills in

animal identification, caring for orphaned animals, preparing animal diets, monitoring animal heath, capturing, restraining and transporting injured animals and their effective release. You will gain a WIRES General Licence on completion of the course which gives you the authority to rehabilitate and release native animals. For more info contact WIRES on 6628 1898 or email wiresnr@wiresnr.org.


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Lennox gets a lucky break at Belongil A tired and distressed New Zealand Fur Seal pup was found on Belongil Beach on Tuesday morning last week. Cape Byron Marine Park Manager, Andrew Page said, ‘Members of the public and staff at Byron Bay Beach Resort called me concerned for the safety of a seal that had hauled itself up onto the beach. Even though the seal was well outside the Council designated dog exercise area on Belongil Beach, people regularly walk their dogs in the area. ‘Experts from Seaworld identiďŹ ed the seal as a juvenile NZ fur seal that had probably been orphaned from its mother and had become disoriented and swept north by currents. The seal had a deep laceration to its right hind ipper and a number of gooseneck barnacles on its rump indicating it had been at sea for some time. ‘After administering uids

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nox� was transported to Seaworld for rehabilitation on Thursday. ‘Cape Byron Marine Park and the National Parks and Wildlife Service have received a number of reports of seals on beaches between Byron

and Woody Head over the past few weeks.’ The public can report seal sightings, especially of animals which appear distressed, to the NPWS on 6627 0200 or Cape Byron Marine Park on 6639 6201.

North coast the melanoma capital: new report Residents of the far north coast of NSW are much more likely than their statewide counterparts to be diagnosed with melanoma of the skin, according to a new report released by The Cancer Council NSW. While women have an average mortality rate from melanoma of the skin in this area, men are slightly more likely than average to die from the disease. The Cancer Maps for NSW: 1998 to 2002 report compares cancer incidence and mortality rates for Local Government Areas with the NSW State average. Although the study did not explore the underlying reasons for these trends,

Christine Roach, Regional Manager of The Cancer Council NSW, believes these findings could be very useful in developing tailored solutions in the ďŹ ght against cancer. ‘The higher than state average incidence of melanoma is a timely reminder to far north coast residents of the importance of being sun smart. The Cancer Council has been working hard to highlight the importance of knowing your skin and checking regularly for any new or changing skin spots. Females from the far north coast have mortality rates on par with the state

average despite being more likely to be diagnosed with melanoma of the skin – that’s really encouraging as the message is getting through. Now we must raise awareness among men in the area to get their skin checked earlier,’ she said. The study also found that women from the far north coast are less likely to die from cancer, in par ticular breast and stomach, compared to the state average. ‘It’s difďŹ cult to attribute the lower mortality rate for women in the far north coast to any one factor,’ said Ms Roach. ‘It certainly helps that there is a high

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A’ine’s short life remembered Seventeen year old A’ine Egan, pictured right, died on Thursday July 26 in Gold Coast hospital due to head injuries sustained when she was hit by a car when trying to hitch into Brunswick Heads on the previous Saturday night. A’ine’s mum Louiza Egan and her stepfather Sean Standley are grateful for the support they have received since the tragedy. Louiza told The Echo, ‘It’s appears to have been a genuine accident but is another tragedy for young people on the roads in this area. Eventually I would like to put energy into coming up with an initiative to improve road safety together with the YAC. It’s the only thing that will get me through this. ‘I’d like to thank everyone for thinking of us and sending A’ine and us their love. There is a place to remember her and bring flowers/cards etc at the YAC which has been set up very beautifully by her friends. There will be events planned to celebrate her life. Please contact Regan at the YAC for details if anyone

would like to be involved. ‘A’ine was much loved and for that I’m very grateful. She was taken from us at a very happy time in her life.’ Indeed, A’ine’s MySpace site is overflowing with memorials to a friend admirers repeatedly describe as

Green thumbs up at Bruns dunes This year’s National Tree Day was a great success, say local organisers, with around 300 native plants and trees planted on the dunes at Brunswick Heads. Over 70 people donned their gardening gloves on Sunday morning to replace recently removed bitou bush weed with native plants and trees. Local organisers from Brunswick Heads Dunecare, Byron Shire Council and Br unswick Valley Landcare were happy with the strong turnout. ‘It’s great to see so many people

are willing to get their hands dirty for the environment,’ said Georgia Beyer, Landcare Community Support Officer. ‘The native vegetation we have planted today will create habitat for native wildlife by providing cover and food, and maybe in a hundred years or so, some of the trees will have hollow branches giving homes for gliding possums and lorikeets.’ Wendy Neilan, Biodiversity Extension Officer from Byron Shire Council felt inspired by the volunteer

effort people gave on the day. ‘People really pulled together as a team to mulch, plant and water and revegetate the dunes that have for so long been infested by bitou bush. We had fun, enjoyed the sunshine, made new friends and though tired at the end of the day could look back in satisfaction at the newly created habitat for our local native coastal species,’ she said. Organisers wish to commend the Brunswick Heads Scouts for joining the tree planting and providing a fundraising sausage sizzle.

smiling and caring. She is clearly missed. Regan can be contacted at the YAC on 6685 5775 on Thursdays and Fridays or on 0448 861 317 for more information. The Echo will be informed of upcoming celebrations in memory of A’ine.

Lennox community centre on way Ballina Shire Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Greenway Hirst Page Architects to undertake the design of the Lennox Head Community Centre. Ballina Mayor Phillip Silver emphasised that the proposed community centre is a major project for Lennox Head and will provide a focal point for community activity in the Lennox Head area. ‘The design is truly multipurpose and will provide for

a broad range of activities that reflect the diverse needs of the community. In addition, the architect proposes to incorporate environmentally sustainable principles into the final design that will endeavour to present the healthiest, most energy and water efficient building appropriate to its location,’ said Mayor Silver. The Lennox Head community is invited to the formal unveiling of the concept design on Friday August 3 in

the CWA Hall, Park Lane, Jaime Enselteit from 1st Brunswick Cubs at the tree planting. Photo Jeff ‘Leaf Me Alone’ Dawson Lennox commencing at 5.30pm. The following day a public TAKING forum will be held from ENROLMENTS 9.30am to 11.30am also in PLAYGROUP the CWA Hall, which will PRESCHOOL allow the public to examine KINDERGARTEN the concept design closely THE MULLUMBIMBY STEINER SCHOOL & CLASS ONE and discuss in detail the various components of the design. Construction of the centre is expected to commence in mid 2008 with completion in 2009.

EARLY CHILDHOOD Saturday 4th August

Photo comp deadline extended Organisers of the Brunswick Heads Simple Pleasures Photography Competition are delighted to announce prize categories and prizes for this year’s competition. The overall winner will receive $500 donated by the Brunswick Heads Hotel and additional winners will be chosen from three categories. The under 12 years winner will receive $150 from Riverside Café, the winner of the 13-18 years category will receive $200 donated by Brunswick Newsagency and

The Chalet Motel and the over 19 years winner will get $250 donated by Country Energy. Further prizes will be announced including the People’s Choice prize. The Brunswick Heads Simple Pleasures Photography Competition aims to encourage and showcase local creative talent and inspire the entire community to capture and share images of the simple pleasures of Brunswick Heads. Young people are particularly encouraged to explore the

art of photography this year with the return inclusion of two youth categories. The closing date for competition entries has been extended until Friday August 10 2007 at 3.30pm. Late entries will not be accepted. For further information contact John Humphries event co-coordinator, Fridays 6685 1003 or email events@brunswickheads.org. au. The winners will be announced at the Hotel Brunswick on Sunday September 9 at 3pm.

Post Carbon training planned for the Bay The Permaforest Trust, Centre for Sustainability Education, has announced it will be training Post Carbon Professionals in its Accredited Permaculture Training program

in Byron Bay, starting in March 2008. Tim Winton of the Trust said, ‘We are shifting our focus in the Byron Bay program so that students can

actually participate in preparing the Byron community for post carbon transition.’ See more at www.permaforesttrust.org.au or phone 6689 7579.

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Come and join an activity filled morning from 9.00am – 12 noon including storytelling, baking, modelling, outdoor play and puppet show. Sample our organic menu provided daily for all Shearwater Early Childhood Students, and be introduced to our gently unfolding daily rhythm, in our beautiful rural garden setting. COME AND PLAY AND ENJOY THE DAY! All rooms will be open and activities are scheduled as followed: 9.30am – Storytelling/Puppet Show 10.00am – Baking/modelling 10.30am – Storytelling/Puppet Show 11.00am – Modelling/Baking 11.30am – Morning Tea 12.00pm – Songs and Home

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Sixteen exceptional students from St Finbarr’s Primary School have completed their first module in the Coastal Catholic Schools’ Gifted and Talented Program. The program, set up with the help of two dedicated St Finbarr’s teachers – Kerry Wills and Donna Clark – allows students to focus on a particular area of interest or ability in the fields of music, science, literacy, numeracy, multi media, drama and art. Mrs Clark said the program encourages children to follow their passions and fosters emerging talents that are sometimes difficult to encourage in the traditional school environment. ‘As class teachers we see talents all the time and we try our best to cater for the different levels of learning in our classrooms. ‘Our Gifted and Talented Program provides children with exciting, stimulating learning experiences, facilitated by teachers who are passionate in their field of expertise.’ Feedback from the children supports the value of the program. ‘This term’s G-Tal Program was once again a great opportunity and I enjoyed it immensely,’ said Kelly Templeman, Year Six student. ‘It

The Thanks Dad National Photo Competition is on again. The competition is a non-profit, community based men and family relationships initiative that started in Lismore in 2000 to affirm men for all their great work with our kids. Cash prizes are awarded in 11 categories and new categories this year include those asking school aged children to write a short story about that day or moment of the photo. There is also scrap booking section this year with the single pages to be judged on the basis of how well they express the Thanks Dad theme of ‘thanking all men for positive times with our children’. All the entries are taken around the country through the People’s Choice Exhibitions in shopping centres, schools and community venues. Entry forms are available from www.thanksdadphotos.org or call 6622 3143 to get an entry form sent Detail of Shannon and Daughter, by J Visco out to you.

Camille Page recently attended a GTAL science camp

was good to be able to get with students from other schools and work on maths work that was within our reach but still a challenge.’ The Gifted and Talented Program is run in collaboration with St Francis Xavier Primary School, Ballina, Holy Family Primary School, Skennars Head and the Diocesan Gifted and Talented Department. It is hosted by Xavier Catholic High School at Skennars Head where high school teachers are released to run workshops in their area of expertise. The program runs each

week for two hours for six weeks of terms two, three and four. Mrs Clark believes the program has had a positive impact on the whole school population. ‘The program has helped strengthen a culture of excellence within the school that values achievement in all areas.’ The school plans to continue growing the program to include different age groups and other areas of interest. It is planning twoday workshops in the areas of Robotics, Drama and Art for students in Years Three and Four.

CFS volunteers wanted for study About 50,000 Australians are estimated to suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Southern Cross Univer sity researcher Anthony Alexander wants to hear from some of them. Anthony needs local people who suffer from CFS to take part in a study looking at the ‘fatigue’ aspect of their condition. He is examining heart rate variability during walking exercise. Anthony is an Honours student in the university’s Department of Exercise Science and Sports Management. ‘For my Honours project I am focusing on the exercise physiology area, looking at

the effects of exercise on Heart Rate Variability (HRV) in people who have been diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,’ Anthony said. ‘The reason why I have decided to do research with people who have CFS is firstly because there are no known exact causes of CFS, and secondly the management of this condition needs further understanding. ‘People who have been diagnosed with CFS have been diagnosed because of a list of persisting symptoms, including prolonged periods of fatigue lasting six months or longer, in combination with sore throats, muscle

soreness, inflamed glands and lack of sleep. ‘So I decided to look at the fatigue aspect of their symptoms. I’ll be doing this by looking at the different parts of the autonomic nervous system and their interaction with the heart.’ Anthony said the purpose of the project was not to find a cure or a direct cause of CFS but to see if the autonomic nervous system plays a role in the fatigued state of CFS people. If you are interested contact Anthony on (6626 9570 or email aalexa11@scu.edu. au or Rosanne Coutts on 6620 3235 or email rosanne. coutts@scu.edu.au.

Plovers at three o’clock, Biggles Recent reports of plovers and magpies swooping and signs of nesting means an early start to the nesting season and people are reminded to be on the lookout for these birds. NPWS Community Relations Ranger, Lisa Walker, said nesting season usually coincided with the start of Spring and went through until November, although this varies from place to place. ‘We have received reports of both plovers and magpies swooping and signs of the birds nesting should also serve as a reminder to people, particularly parents, teachers and elderly people, to take preventative steps,’ Ms Walker said. ‘Plovers are also known as Masked Lapwings. These birds are easily

recognised by their daunting “Kekekekekek” call and the distinctive yellow facial wattle. Breeding pairs return to the same piece of open ground each spring. ‘They fearlessly defend their nests and chicks against anything that intrudes upon their area. ‘This behaviour usually only lasts a few weeks. Defensive behaviour includes standing with wings out and shrieking or swooping overhead, shrieking loudly. It is very rare for them to actually strike an intruder. They will also feign injury some distance from the nest in an attempt to draw a predator away eggs or chicks. Parents and other adults should take care to teach children about these birds to

reduce the risk of conflict. NPWS recommends avoiding the swooping area by taking an alternative route. Territory may change as chicks begin to wander. Do not deliberately provoke or harass the birds as this only confirms that you are a threat. Walk out of the birds territory immediately. Wear a large, wide brim hat and sunglasses or carry an open umbrella. Plovers and magpies are protected throughout NSW, and it is against the law to harm the birds, collect their eggs, or harm their chicks. If you feel a bird is a serious menace, it should be reported to the local council or nearest National Parks and Wildlife Service office. Phone 6627 0200.


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And the beat goes on for Veet Story & photo Lou Beaumont One of Veet Mayo’s latest creations is a large drum commissioned by a mystery local woman. It is the second largest in a ‘Russian doll’ sequence of drums cut from an old camphor from Hayters Hill, remnant rainforest situated between Byron Bay and Bangalow. The largest and first drum off the rank was commissioned by Cirque de Soleil and smaller subsequent drums are being created with the same timber. Veet Mayo said, ‘It could well be one of the first camphors ever planted in the Shire. It’s so old there is only a small bit of white timber left around the edge, the rest has been stained by the minerals in our soil. Hayters Hill has much Indigenous significance and they harvest a lot of seeds there. ‘We used a special method of construction for these drums, there was a bit of cunning woodwork involved, not to mention a few interesting hurdles. ‘Paula [Paula Kelly] and I began by cutting slabs with the chainsaw mill into the camphor. One time we hit a rock embedded in the tree,

and another time we came across an area of old humus that must have once lain in the crotch of the tree. As we set about working through it, a huge black funnelweb crawled from deep within it. The drum’s legs were

carved in a traditional style but end in creature feet, with claws reminiscent of a cat’s, made from Australian teak. The drum even has a spare set of legs so the height off the ground can be varied to suit the situation.

NRGPN aims to reduce cervical cancer Reducing the incidence of cervical cancer among women on the north coast is the aim of a new project being run by the Northern Rivers General Practice Network. Through the project, an accredited nurse will be available to conduct well women’s clinics at participating local general practices that do not already have a cervical screeningaccredited practice nurse. Patients having a well woman’s check will spend 30 minutes with the nurse who will take a Pap history, menstrual cycle, contraception and sexual history, discuss continence and menopause issues, as well as offer a Pap smear and

breast check. ‘We are hoping that by offering women a choice of practitioners at their own medical centre, more women will feel more comfortable about having a regular Pap smear,’ says Jan Ousby, the cervical screening project officer. Jan says it is recommended that women have a Pap smear every two years as this can pick up early changes to the cervix, which allows closer monitoring of such changes and earlier intervention if needed. Since the organised cervical screening program started in 1991, new cases of cervical cancer have fallen from 1,091

diagnosed in 1991 to 725 diagnosed in 2003. ‘Women who have been vaccinated with the new cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil will still need to have regular Pap smears because the vaccine only protects against four of the most common virus types that are known to cause cervical cancer, so it does not prevent all cervical cancers,’ says Jan. The new project will also encourage and support nurses interested in completing cervical screening accreditation. This will increase the number of practice nurses able to offer well women’s checks in general practices.

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Story & photo Lou Beaumont Everyone loves a cuppa and everyone loves a success story. Christina Covington, founder of Hari Har Chai, is bracing herself for a ‘teenage’ growth period of her chai business birthed ten years ago. Having returned from India, where she lived and breathed Ayurveda, Christina dreamt of creating a product that not only had health benefits but that would recreate the warmth and essence of a chai drunk in India. Living in Torquay in Victoria at the time, but having the initial inspiration over a chai in Huonbrook, Christina recognised an opportunity to kickstart a business based upon a drink that had not yet found its niche south of the Shire. Two years after finding success with a range of chai based loosely on Ayurvedic principles, (with original, calming and rejuvenating blends), Christina was ready to go to the next level with her company. Approached at the right time by Barbara Byrne, who became the sales and marketing drive behind the brand, the progression of the business partnership thereafter was a natural one. With shared visions and similar drive, the duo was ready to bring Hari Har Chai to the mass market. ‘We created a ready to drink organic soy chai that is as convenient as a longlife

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smoothies, with liqueur.. whatever,’ said Christina. Hari Har products can be found in all Five Star supermarkets, Santos and Fundies and other good health food shops and the product is due to arrive on Woolworths shelves any day now.

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Stealing freedoms in freedom’s name Vol 22 #08

July 31, 2007

Planning for health A new strategic plan from the North Coast Area Health Service, ‘A New Direction for the North Coast – Health Service Strategic Plan Towards 2010’, released last week and downloadable from www.ncahs.nsw.gov.au, doesn’t reveal the depth of talent in the area’s medical and nursing staff but seems more of an administrative exercise to ďŹ t in with the wishes of NSW Health bureaucracy in Sydney. Many of the goals seem to be a cut-and-paste job from a standard template begun by NSW Health in 2005, ‘developing an Integrated Strategic Planning Framework to provide a consistent approach to strategic planning and service delivery priorities across all areas of NSW Health’. The motherhood statements are all good but the outcomes to a large degree will depend on where the NSW government throws the money. Usually its strategic planning depends on where the latest health scandal is breaking. The local health service aims to fulďŹ l ‘The Seven Strategic Directions’: make prevention everybody’s business; create better experiences for people using health services; strengthen primary health and continuing care in the community; build regional and other partnerships for health; make smart choices about the costs and beneďŹ ts of health services; build a sustainable health workforce; and be ready for new risks and opportunities. As you would. There’s even a chart with a pyramid in it so we know the service really means business. With the rising cost of hospital care and pharmaceuticals, obviously one of the strategic directions will be to ‘strengthen primary health and continuing care in the community’. It’s a laudable goal and community members feel more at ease with outreach workers on the beat, whether it be for palliative care, drug counselling, or domestic violence. It’s certain that with a rising population and a fair percentage of it on a low income, Byron Shire can do with all the workers it can get. The future challenges facing health care locally are one of the more interesting sections of the 36 page document. Climate change is not among them, though the public health unit is well aware of the dangers of epidemics brought about by temperature shifts, but the plan does look at ageing population and population growth, and the staff shortages in the health professions which will make those challenges even greater. Byron Shire has been incredibly lucky to have some wonderful doctors, nurses and dentists living here, but we need more coming into the ranks. Among the better-deďŹ ned goals in the plan are: reduce total risk drinking to below 25% by 2012; hold illicit drug use below 15%; and stop the growth in childhood obesity by holding it at the 2004 level of 25% by 2010, then reduce levels to 22% by 2016. These are tasks worthy of Hercules, so the health service has a busy time ahead. That 2010 is the delivery date on the plan shows that it is fairly short term. If government is going to get serious about a strategy for health care – and all the other issues we are faced with – it is going to have to plan for a longer time period than an electoral term.

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he farcical bungling of the case against the hapless Dr Mohammed Haneef has cast immense doubt upon the competence of our security services and the government’s draconian approach to the whole issue of terrorism; and a bloody good thing too. It may give us a long overdue chance to take a cooler look at the hysterical overreaction to the events of September 11, 2001 and all that owed from it. On that day, we were breathlessly assured by politicians on both sides of the PaciďŹ c, our world changed forever. Well, it didn’t – or at least it should not have. What happened on what the Americans call 9/11 was an appalling act of terrorism, but it was not qualitatively different from any number of acts perpetrated by criminal extremists in the past. Certainly, it justified a deter mined campaign against the criminals involved and those behind them, but it did not justify abandoning the domestic and international standards of justice we have demanded and ďŹ nally achieved at great cost over many centuries. The destruction of the World Trade Centre has been used as an excuse for preemptive invasion, the abandonment of habeas corpus and the presumption of innocence, the admission of hearsay evidence, secret hearings, the stripping of the most basic rights from the accused, the legitimisation of guilt by association and, most recently, the use of torture. There is no evidence that any of this has made us any safer and there is a cast iron certainty that it has made us less free. Yet we are told, continually, that that since 9/11

these draconian measures, and perhaps others even more severe, have become not only necessary but inevitable. The world has changed forever. Last week the government’s resident Dementor, AttorneyGeneral Phillip Ruddock, berated a reporter who dared to query the need for his most recent restrictive measures. If they were not put into place and some terrible disaster took place as a result, the media would be asking him very different questions, he creaked. It was, as his authoritarian supporters in the media noted,

desperate to demonstrate the need for them. Haneef was fortunate; the errors made by the prosecution were so blatant that a pugnacious legal team, with a little help from a vigilant press, was able to secure his freedom. But let’s not forget that he spent 25 days in gaol ďŹ rst, and was still subject to deportation because the minister thought he just might have been seen in bad company. Who knows how many other innocents have suffered, or will suffer, through the overzealous misapplication of unjust and unnecessary per-

How easily arbitrary laws can be misused by authorities desperate to demonstrate the need for them. by Mungo MacCallum a good argument.The trouble was that it was a little too good; it could be used to justify any form of repression under any circumstances. If we don’t microchip every child at birth and require foreigners to wear electronic tracking devices at all times, and something terrible happens as a result, then you’ll all be sorry, won’t you? And of course if we adopt those restraints and nothing happens, it is proof positive that they are absolutely necessary. It’s the old story of elephant repellent, which is 100 percent effective. It must be; since wearing it I have not been trampled by a single elephant. What the Haneef case showed is how silly and dangerous these arguments are and how easily arbitrary laws can be misused by authorities

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secution in the name of national security. There’s no point in looking to the government for reform; in an election year this stuff is John Howard’s bread and butter. But surely it is an area in which Kevin Rudd can show a little more independence. His desire to avoid getting wedged by the issue in the way Kim Beazley was in 2001 is entirely understandable. But in the longer term it did Beazley no good at all, and he will go down in history wearing Howard’s slur as the man who lacked the ticker for job. Haneef has given Rudd the opening he needs; at the very least he should now be saying that next time, he won’t take the government on trust. In a new and desperate ploy to regain political momentum, Howard claims

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that although Rudd feigns agreement with the government on many issues, there is a secret agenda by which the Labor premiers are doing his dirty work for him. Peter Beattie was sceptical about the Haneef case, Steve Bracks wouldn’t cooperate on the Murray-Darling and Alan Carpenter has been difďŹ cult on the crusade against dysfunctional Aboriginal communities. There is, Howard deduces, a united Labor plot against him. If only. The sad fact is that in 2007, as in 2004, the Labor premiers are doing a lot more harm than good to their federal leader’s chances of election. Apart from Barracks’s resignation, which certainly didn’t help, the most recent example of this is Beattie’s insistence on amalgamating Queensland’s local councils as soon as possible. On strict economic grounds this may be desirable, but it is hugely unpopular, especially in the bush. Normally taciturn Queenslanders have become genuinely bolshie about the amalgamations and it is unlikely that they will have calmed down by the time of the federal election. Rudd, who needs something close to a landslide in his home state if he is to get over the line, pleaded both privately and publicly with Beattie to abandon, or at least delay, the measures, but in vain. At least it will give him an insight into some of Mark Latham’s frustrations. Latham blamed anybody and everybody for his defeat in 2004, but there is no doubt that the state governments, particularly in NSW and Victoria, did not help. Kevin Rudd can only hope he does not need to fall back on a similar excuse.

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Dog days The huge new dog banning signs at Heritage Park are yet another stage in the ongoing immiseration of local dog walkers. Many years back I was hassled by a Council Ranger for walking my dog in the section of the park now banned to dogs. Russ Maslen who (with his wife Beryl) created Heritage Park out of a horse paddock was so incensed that he wrote a letter to Council requesting I be allowed to walk my dog unhindered. It’s hard to believe now but Russ actually received a letter from Council agreeing to his request. The ban on dog walking in a section of the park not only breaks the natural walking circuit but is completely without reason. If the man responsible for the Park’s existence wasn’t concerned about my dog walking, where is this ban coming from? I wonder what Russ would think of the vulgar oversized signs. His tree signage was a model of understatement. Paul Laidler

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A challenge Monkeys from all parts of the world have congregated in Mullumbimby to finally make a public global challenge to the Darwin Theory that man is an evolutionary step after monkeys. They have for a long time felt grossly insulted with this arrogant assumption and now want to be (publicly) completely disassociated from all human dysfunctional behaviour. According to the Minister for Monkey Business, banning of drumming in Mullumimby markets one afternoon a month has been the last straw. Yuti McLean

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Impeaching Bush Why aren’t we being told about all the knicker-twisting and dummy-spitting going on in the USA congress about the proposed impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney? It’s all over the internet and making headlines in the US newspapers but hardly a whisper in our news media. If anyone wants to know what’s going on that we aren’t supposed to know about, get onto the US Congress site and look up HR333, (House Resolution 333) – this gives a list of crimes and

Push polling for festivals? Three hundred Byron Shire residents who have or will be contacted by a market research company with a big fat questionnaire on festivals in Byron should be aware that the poll is extremely biased. Questions relating to festivals are bordering on the absurd. There is no similarity between the Kites and Bikes, Fatherhood and Taste of Byron with the Blues & Roots or Splendour in the Grass. Yet the questionnaire seeks to lump family festivals and low scale events in with these two mega festivals. Nor is there any explanation of what the two festival developers are seeking from Council in terms of mega festivals, massive traffic gridlock,

sewerage, water, environmental and pollution issues. All the questions which relate to the ‘arts and cultural’ events and possibility of a permanent ‘arts and cultural’ site in Byron are biased. There is no definition of what constitutes ‘art and cultural’ and it is abundantly clear from the questions that the whole process is designed to support the Blues and Splendour festivals. The questionnaire, according to the Sydney marketing firm which is organising the polling, is being funded by Fresh Projects in Byron Bay. Other questions which ask details of business turnover, how many people employed,

income range, knowledge of other contentious issues in the Shire are highly suspect. The final question: ‘How desirable is an arts and cultural festival at Yelgun?’ demonstrates the motive behind this poll. Push polling has been used by political parties in election campaigns with devastating results. Push polling has been a favourite method of electioneering by the Bush Administration. Australians for Animals advises Byron residents contacted by the marketing company, Unity 4, that they will not take part in such a biased survey.

misdemeanours committed by the President and Vice President against the American people. Apparently our news media doesn’t think such news is in the Australian public’s interest, but trivia such as Paris Hilton’s drink driving charges are worthy of headlines. John Howard has us joined at the hip with the USA and whatever goes on in their government will affect us too. The issue is causing a big stir in the US so why the silent treatment here?

G Magazine, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ article May/June 2007, www.gmagazine.com. au.

and like many others in this town I am dealing with rising costs of food, petrol, and basic necessities. I cannot afford a new pair of trainers and my health depends on me exercising every day. To stay well I have to exercise. I don’t understand why anyone would want a seven month old pair of shoes that were orthopedically fitted for me. They even had dirty socks tucked inside! So please, please, please return my shoes. Show that we still live in a town where you can trust the people you pass by in the street.

Peggy Balfour

Mullumbimby

Clue d’oh! In Mungo’s crossword in this weeks’ Echo – the answer to No. 5 down is SEPHARDIC. Sephardic Jews are of Spanish or Portuguese origin, and are not, as the clue implies an ‘Ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect’. F Da Costa

Federal

Carbon offsets Thanks to Mark Parrett (Letters, July 24) for raising the issue on the procession of festivals we have in this area and the amounts of carbon emissions generated. The Live Earth concert in Sydney in July had a major ‘green emphasis’ including GreenPower and carbon offsets. Now wouldn’t it be good to see the Blues Festival and the Writers Festival and all the others incorporate a visible green image and implement some changes in behaviour and management – to minimise all impacts including carbon emissions. Hey guys, it can be done – just put your thinking caps on. Maybe Council could make this a requirement of the consent conditions for the event. Now wouldn’t that be a proactive step for council? For further information on carbon offsetting check out

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North Coast Climate Action Group

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Letters continued from page 11

that it is a legal requirement to indicate at roundabouts but I am advised that it is not high enough on the local constabulary’s priority list to warrant enforcing it. Perhaps the council might then consider erecting a prominent sign reminding the majority of drivers what the indicator stalk on the column is for, thus alleviating much uncertainty and anguish for the rest of us. Tony Parker

Byron Bay

Start at home At last something to be proud of. Last week Australia hosted an international conference to progress the plan to assist the poorer nations to phase out logging their native forests. Sir Nicholas Stern in his landmark report estimated that it would cost $15 billion every year to halve this deforestation and it is generally agreed that such extreme measures are necessary to slow down global warming. Australia has already pledged $200 million to this worthy cause. Shame about Tasmania. Shame that we don’t qualify as a poor nation. Both our government and opposition consider it is essential for our economic and employment interests to expand the woodchip industry from our ownTasmanian forests. This is carbon trading gone mad. Perhaps we could just put the $200 million dollars into

our own little island, protect our own forests and reduce our own carbon emissions. On the other hand, that might upset vested interests, I mean the economy. Giovanni (Joe) Ebono

Greens, Richmond

Slim ray Kevin Rudd’s decisions on the Tasmanian Forest Policy and on the detainment of Dr Haneef have now completed his mutation into John Howard the 2nd. For those of you who have been waiting for so long to see John Howard the 1st humiliated at the polls I would urge you to think again. Think as cynically as they do. A vote for Rudd will be a vote for more of the same for much, much longer while a vote for Howard will be more of the same for a lesser duration depending on who succeeds him. At least in Richmond because we have very intelligently turned this seat into one of the most marginal in the country they actually have to care what we think no matter how much it pains them to do so. Leave the punishment of Howard to his maker and vote as cynically as possible. It may offer a slim ray of light. Mac Nicolson

North Ocean Shores

The character club Kevin ‘Bloody’ Andrews is at it again. Not content with spearheading the revoking of the NT euthanasia legislation (to the disgust of over 70% of the population, but hey, who

listens to us?), as Immigration Minister he has overstepped the mark again by revoking Dr Haneef’s visa because he wouldn’t pass a ‘character test’ for residency. Dr Haneef is now awaiting a deportation that can’t happen because he has yet to face our courts.The holier-than-thou, I-know-best Andrews is turning into the most punitive, self-appointed Mother Grundy we have seen. What has Australian ‘democracy’ come to when

the government can incarcerate a man while refusing to give any real reasons on the grounds of ‘security’? I’ll bet that even the courts will be restricted as to what testimony can be released and we, the populace, will never know if the ‘reasons’ were valid or trumped up. The clumsy, heavy-handed machinations of our federal government continue to roll over our freedoms. The broad based anti-terrorism legislation Howard

put into place in 2001, with no guidelines for implementation, is now being used (abused) by the AFP and Andrews to demonise and detain a man who gave his SIM card to his cousin over a year ago: nothing to do with terrorism, supplying ‘material’ of bomb-making ingredients and the like to terrorists. A SIM card, a year ago, for god’s sake! Now I hear a rumour that we may all have to produce ‘100’ points in order to purchase a

SIM card! This is the road to dictatorship and fascism. These are the sorts of fearmongering and control mechanisms employed by Bush/Cheney in that benighted country. This will all end in tears and the rejection of the federal Liberal Government at the polls (Sorry, Mrs Boland [Letters, July 24], we can’t afford this appalling and centralist federal government any longer, not in this current global arena. I know it

Holding on to the Helen Street footbridge Q With a couple of lines dropped out of my letter on the Helen Street footbridge, even I had trouble making sense of it. Them hippies must have dropped them over the side, thus rendering my vehicle pedestrian. A visit to most marinas will show connected pontoons which rise and fall with the tide. These walkways could easily and cheaply be made safe for cycles and gophers. They would be at least as safe as your average footpath, insuring ‘certainty’ in an age lacking it. Jim Nutter

Main Arm Q Apologies. Jim’s sentence should have read ‘Insurance companies are freaking out as they face the projected effects of climate change and yet they dominate our thinking and constrain our endeavours.’ – Ed QI find it hard to believe that after all the years of community effort to have Council build the Helen Street footbridge, culminating in an almost unanimous vote to go ahead much to the delight of

seems Byron Council is as dysfunctional as ever. Maggie Brown and others have laboured for many years on the Helen Street bridge project, and now it appears to have been mismanaged (at the Council end) out of existence. There is only one thing to say to promises of road and construction work ‘to create better access’ to SGB: bollocks. Nothing can alter the fact that South Golden Beach is all but surrounded by water (ocean in front, canal behind). The only way to make entry to the suburb easy and quick is via a bridge across the canal. End of story. Presently the circuitous routes into SGB cover many, many kilometres. You could turn these routes into five lane highways: it would still take an absurd amount of time to get into the suburb. Residents in the northern end of the shire should carefully note any councillor who does not take action to Jenny Coman reverse this decision, and Bangalow drum them out of office at the next opportunity. Q I’ve been away from the John Macgregor place for four years, but it Sihanoukville, Cambodia

everyone involved, it now appears Council has changed its collective mind. I’m told the specifications put out to tender were sure to go over budget and if this is so, one must ask why. Council’s long delay would have meant an increase in costs but surely, having made its commitment, Council needed to increase the budget accordingly. The local community is convinced a safe and adequate bridge can be built more cheaply than that so far proposed by Council and as Council needs to meet its commitment to the community, other options need to be investigated. In the meantime, to even contemplate using the money budgeted for some other purpose I would think is legally questionable; certainly it is morally so. If some ‘outside the envelope’ thinking is required, I’m sure Councillors are up to the task.

Q South Golden Beach Progress Association and New Brighton Village Association are watching with interest to see how decisions are being made to develop bike tracks and amendments to roads in our residential areas. So far we have had no consultation with the proponents of these improvements to the public amenity. This is very strange, as being representative bodies for the two beachside communities we would have thought we would be the first port of call. Once again we appear to be witnessing an unedifying and divisive bid for targeted funds. We are obviously in favour of bike tracks and footpaths but not at the cost of abandoning previous projects and commitments. No matter how many lines the Council paints on the existing access roads to the beach it will not shorten the five kilometre round trip that is involved for households in South Golden Beach and North Ocean Shores. Parents with small children and the frail elderly would not be able to access the beach along the existing roadways in any event.

SGBPA adopted the Helen Street Bridge Project back in 1997 as a positive and practical way to unite a long divided c o m m u n i t y. Throughout the years we have provided backup and support to the working party carrying out the project development work. We thought back in 2005 that all our troubles were over when conditional consent for the bridge was allowed. Little did we know that two years down the track we would be facing the complete annihilation of all our efforts. This bridge means a lot to our area. For many years the north of the shire has been subjected to a bewildering array of proposals, mostly all of them with the potential to alter forever life as we have known it in our quiet little communities. The challenges that small community groups face in meeting such changes are huge. We need a united community to work together to plan together and to conserve what is left of our natural environment. We count on local government and its officers to assist us with this and above all

not work against the needs of its ratepayers. The recent decision of Council effectively sets one section of the community against the other and it is completely unnecessary. We should not be in the position of having to choose between a bridge and a bike track – it is a furphy. Our associations have faith that the Helen Street Bridge Project group members can bring in a new design that is affordable and that when it will be built it will be a positive and uniting force in our community. It will also be part of any proposed bike track and will provide people of all ages with a safe off main road means of moving about in their own neighbourhoods. If you are passionate about your community and about protecting our wonderful natural lifestyle and would like to join SGBPA please email Angela at sgbpa@bigpond.com. Kathy Norley

President, Sth Golden Beach Progress Association Kaylene Chamberlain

President, New Brighton Village Association


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Letters will be wall-to-wall Labor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but we have to get rid of Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s government. State elections will inevitably change the mix, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t fret). As Julian Burnside QC remarked on the ABCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Law Report, he too would fail a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;character testâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; if the law is applied to known contacts with criminals. He also remarked that he has lost conďŹ dence and trust in the government. Welcome to a large and ever-growing club, Julian. Veronica Guy

Mullumbimby

Promises, promises Federal Resources Minister Ian Macfarlane says the government will seek further legal advice on whether it has the constitutional powers to override the statesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bans on uranium mines in Western Australia and Queensland. This in light of just two months ago, when Mr Mac-

farlane vowed Australia would not sell uranium to India unless it signed the international treaty. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The answer is no,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he told The Age in May. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Australian uranium industry can prosper without India.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Well, it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a promise was it; politically, no means maybe, we might change our mind and we will if we can. He now says, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We need to ensure that these ideologically based oppositions to uranium mining do not have a net economic effect on Australia, so the Commonwealth is interested to see the basis of Professor Cravenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opinion.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Craven believes a legal position may be available to override the States... of course. Economics is all that matters, if we have ideology, we might see a world where dreams and aspirations precede the sole pursuit of money. Uranium if used for

I am too scared to use the weapons probably means the next war wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t decide whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highway for fear of getting another ďŹ ne. So I now use right, just whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s left. Ian Morton alternate routes which adds Clunes time to my journey but guarantees no ďŹ nes. Speeding camera If you want any further I would like to let your read- information feel free to call ers know that I have received me on 6680 5824 . Bryce Houston three ďŹ nes in May and June. South Golden Beach The ďŹ rst two were under 15 kilometres per hour over the limit and I paid them, think- Light rail, anyone? ing I must have made a bad Regarding the much-politijudgment. However the third cised abandonment of the one was 22 kilometres per train services in the Northhour over (82 KPH) which ern Rivers: I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t heard/ read anyone suggest this so seems extremely odd. My friend got one which is Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll try. What about light rail her ďŹ rst ďŹ ne in 17 years of instead? It has been successdriving, previously a perfect fully implemented in Sydney, perhaps such a service could record! I have contacted Don be adopted here. The greatest benefit for Pageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ofďŹ ce and was told that a signiďŹ cant number of average income units is the people have called in. I was possibility of commuting told not to pay the third ďŹ ne without needing a car. If you and to fax all three ďŹ nes in have a train, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need for the Minister to look at a car. Consider a service traveland make a decision.

ling from Murwillumbah to Byron and Lismore to Byron. Optimistically, we could halve the number of cars on some of the most dangerous roads in Australia, like the road to Lismore. Many people I know want to live in the Bay, but canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t keep a job. Generally, if you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t work in hospitality, tourism and cleaning, retail, admin, or construction, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get to live here without the dole. If governments continue pushing the line on full employment, then they should help us to safely get to work within the 90 minutes travel-time that they want us to sacriďŹ ce to ďŹ nd suitable work. That this is often difďŹ cult in the 21st century ďŹ rst world is not progress. On a light-rail service that 90 minutes would extend to Casino. Lismore and Murwillumbah are the big employment areas as our forefathers planned, but prices push low-

income earners out of residential zones. Enough want to live around the shire, so letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s use the existing infrastructure. In time, even a service to Kyogle-Casino is possible. I can see the governors cringing now, but if we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t act, commuting (and just wanting to get around generally) will continue to cost us dollars and lives. A light-rail is the perfect alternative to the old trains, which require more maintenance, are more environmentally problematic and over-supply seats. We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need 150 seats running two times a day, we need 30 seats running every hour and even half-hourly during peakhour. Light-rail doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go as fast, but they can top 60 kph on the straights and they can run off batteries. Not only would such a service create new jobs; imagine the extra benefit tourism could bring to other parts of continued overleaf

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14 July 31, 2007 Byron Shire Echo

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The wonders of the wetland walkway Q What a happy juxtaposition of letters this week.We have Stuart McConville bemoaning the lack of awareness of his magnificent boardwalk beside the Butler Street reserve and a plethora of letters supporting drumming at the markets.There is an opportunity here to obtain a great outcome for both. I watched Stuart build. I am constantly taking visitors and locals to see this magnificent structure, right in the middle of town, particularly

just after rain. The wetlands are beautiful. Three things soured the whole exercise: 1. The Byron Environment Centre (BEC) obtained a small grant to build a boardwalk. Stuart gave his time and expertise to do this for nothing. He pitched his tepee beside the reserve and worked tirelessly. This simple economy was stopped when the Rangers moved him on. Shame. 2. BEC ran out of money. What they got for about

$40,000 will amaze you. Please visit behind the totem pole. 3.The final loop in the project was never completed. It would make a marvellous drumming circle. The old unused netball courts overlook the scene and would provide a dance space and viewing platform. Is it possible to get all interested parties together to talk about approvals for a permanent home? I will help raise the cash if

Stuart will come back to complete his great work. PS Has someone got Mungo to dumb down his crossword? I did it in two hours this week. Normally I have four or five clues to ponder all week.Perhaps (heaven forbid) I’m now able to look into his mysterious mind! Tony Narracott

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I was saddened and appalled to hear on ABC Radio National this past Monday morning of the plan to kill some 2,000 Grey Kangaroos by sharp shooters in an area where there are too many kangaroos for the sustain-able growth of the local environment. The kangaroos are so many in number that they are eating the grasses down to the point that many other species will be unable to survive, and in due course, even the kangaroos themselves will starve. As a vegetarian and a Buddhist I am loath to consider any form of killling, especially of a mammal as endearing as a kangaroo, but as an individual who can see the benefit of culling herds of animals who are destroying the habit of other creatures and flora,

tuary. I get many responses to this ad, not only from locals but also from visitors. Visitors to this town come to my stall at the market for directions to the Wetland Sanctuary. If it was such a secret, how would they know? I was at the time, and still am, on the committee. The boardwalk was built with the effort of many people as I personally witnessed and was designed by a local civil engineer. We are very fortunate that the BEC are the custodians of the Sanctuary. If it had been the council staff it would have been the Wetland Resort, painted green of course. Or an ‘eco’ wetland village as we can so look forward to in Main Arm. The team which guides the work is well qualified, very dedicated and well versed in organic weed control. Come and see for yourselves and give a helping hand to maintain the last remnant of this coast land how it was two hundred years ago. Naval Pols

Byron Bay some of which may be threatened species, albeit not as cute and winsome as one of our most famous national animal icons, then I can understand the desirability of culling. My big problems lies with the fact that, as I understand it, animals shot from a helicopter are then ‘destroyed’. Not used as a valuable food source for those many humans who eat meat every day. Kangaroo meat has been proven to be much more digestable and beneficial to humans than beef – on top of which, it is never prone to Mad Cow Disease. Is there no way to deal with this overpopulation of kangaroo by way of intelligent, sustainable culling (ie jobs for competent, compassionate shooters who understand which animals to shoot and which to leave alone)? That way Australian meateaters can sustain themselves on food appropriate to their location in the world. It could be the beginning of a movement to encourage the farming and processing of a food souce that does not harm this precious country of ours, either by way of heavy hoofed animals destroying the land, especially around rivers and creeks, or by the serious critical emission of methane gas. I would be very glad to know of a way to encourage the instigation of such a movement. Bronwyn Sindel

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QLetters received from I Cooper, Suffolk Park, Robyn Berrington, Wilsons Creek, Jackie Sands, Coorabell, Magenta Appel-Pye, Mullumbimby, Michael Bell, Mullumbimby, Geoff Dawe, Uki, Paul Brecht, Mullumbimby, Gareth Smith, Byron Bay, Rory Willaton, Suffolk Park.


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Articles Antonella Gambotto-Burke looks at an appalling global problem and ways to ďŹ ght it

The slave trade is making big bucks

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ore people are bartered today around the world than in four centuries of the transAtlantic slave trade. Twenty seven million people are currently enslaved â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 80% of them female, 50% under the age of eighteen, most of them in the sex trade, and all of them disposable. As awardwinning journalist and University of San Francisco Ethics Professor David Batstone notes in his outstanding and ultimately uplifting new book, Not for Sale:The Return of the Global Slave Trade â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and How We Can Fight It, human trafďŹ cking generates USD31 billion annually: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The commerce in human beings today rivals drug trafďŹ cking and the illegal arms trade for the top criminal activity on the planet.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The scale is oppressive even only in consideration. Globalisation has elevated sex trafďŹ cking to near-corporate efďŹ ciency â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sophisticated communication, the ease of conducting international business, relaxed banking laws, and virtual commerce are exploited by organised crime syndicates to perpetrate the obscenity. Batstone doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t merely catalogue crimes and tragedies â&#x20AC;&#x201C; instead, he offers an understanding of the economic and social mechanisms that lead to slavery, the ways in which it can be intercepted and prevented, and how its victimsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; traumata can be healed. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;[W]hy does sex slavery thrive so in Southeast Asia?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Batstone asks. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Four powerful forces collude to rip apart stable communities in the region: 1) devastating poverty; 2) armed conďŹ&#x201A;icts; 3) rapid industrialisation; 4) an exploding population growth.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Political scientists have reached no deďŹ nitive consensus regarding the dominant force, but concur that South-

east Asia is hamstrung by a radical economic transition. And whenever a society faces seismic changes, it is the powerless who suffer most. The equation is simple: extreme poverty fractures families and fractured families abandon children. The world over, impoverished children just vanish. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Orphanages have become one of the few (legal) growth industries in eastern Europe over the past two decades,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Batstone writes. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;[R]ecruiters ďŹ nd willing collaborators inside the orphanages who will betray children at the right price. Human-rights groups report that orphansâ&#x20AC;Ś are sold and trafďŹ cked internationally for use in child pornography rings.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The US State Department exposed orphanage directors in Moldova and Romania for selling information on children to trafďŹ ckers and, incredibly, even organis-

ing their abduction. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Human traffickers are most successful in finding young girls among destitute rural villages,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Batstone reports. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Best estimates indicate that thirty thousand Cambodian children are exploited in the sex trade and as many as one-third of these are under eighteen years old.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; (Southeast Asia is one of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest exporters of sex slaves to brothels in Japan, China, Australia, Europe, and the United States.)

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eo-Victorian mores help shape the sex trade. The steep social value attached to sexual purity in Asia acts as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;a club that beats enslaved womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Once an unmarried girl has lost her virginity, she is considered almost less than human. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;It does not matter if a family member sexually abused her or a stranger raped her,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Batstone explains.

Subsidy on offer for volunteers Coastal and marine volunteers in the Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) region are eligible for a subsidy of $150 to attend the NSW Coastal Volunteers Forum on the Central Coast next month. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;It is the ďŹ rst time that an event of this kind has been held in NSW since the 2002 NSW Dunecare Conference,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Judy Henderson, Chair of the Northern Rivers CMA. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;It is an opportunity for volunteers from all corners of the NSW coast to come together and showcase their achievements and skills.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Northern Rivers CMA is offering local coastal and marine volunteers $150 to subsidise registration for the Forum and contribute to travel and accommodation expenses.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; To be eligible for the subsidy, participants must be an active volunteer member of a coastal or marine natural resource management community group in the Northern Rivers CMA region, and attend the entire forum. Volunteers should notify their local Community Support OfďŹ cer that they are interested in the subsidy before attending the Forum:

Georgia Beyer (Tweed to Ballina) on (02) 6626 7028 or landcare@byron.nsw.gov. au; or Bob Jarman (Evans Head) on (02) 6632 3722 or careland@bigpond.net. au. It is important that volunteers register for the Forum before the closing date of Tuesday, 2 August 2007. Information about the Forum, including the program, accommodation options, and registration forms, is available at the WyCare website www. wycare.com.au or by contacting WyCare on (02) 4352 1199.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Purity is all or nothing â&#x20AC;Ś Her family will treat her as blight to its honour, and no â&#x20AC;&#x153;respectableâ&#x20AC;? man will want to marry her. The girl might as well be sold into a life of prostitution, for she has lost her innocence.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Traffickers also use this ugly cultural value to manipulate girls. The purchase of human beings for sexual use is a global commonplace. Prostitutes are used by international businessmen as a courtesy in commercial deals; working-class men hire women for their friends on special occasions; fathers arrange for sons to lose their virginity in brothels. Such a casual acceptance of prostitution â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the industrialisation of sex is slaveryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foundation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is no longer acceptable. A pragmatic idealist, Batstone animates these political and economic realities with individual plights, recording the desperate realities of house slaves, mothers beaten into prostitution, and child prostitutes, but, unlike others, he offers hope: stories of abolitionists are included, and ways in which readers can help stop the obscenity â&#x20AC;&#x201C; through, say, donations of money or knowhow to micro-

enterprises launched to create sustainable jobs for exslaves: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Frankly, most of these erstwhile entrepreneurs are out of their depth: they have backgrounds in social work or religious ministry, not business management. They badly needâ&#x20AC;Ś expertise honed from years of experience.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I believe in the power of individuals to change the world,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Batstone writes. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When you tell yourself that there is nothing that you can do to arrest the global slave trade, you underestimate your own potential and abandon hope for those trapped in captivity.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; In itself, the tolerance of slavery indicates a profound social decay. When the dehumanisation of a single person is tolerated, the entire culture is devalued. As Edmund Burke once said, all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

he perfect example is Frank Woods, a high-proďŹ le Australian caterer, who moved to Cambodia to help foundering anti-slavery microenterprise Hagar Catering. Through him, Hagar not only secured a number of spectacular contracts â&#x20AC;&#x201C; including one with the ďŹ ve-star Intercontinental Q Antonella GambottoHotel â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but was restructured Burkeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website is www. to provide maximum effi- antonellagambotto.com. ciency. Hagar (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Social RehaÂ&#x153;Ă&#x153;Ă&#x160;Â&#x2C6;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;Ă&#x152;Â&#x2026;iĂ&#x160;Ă&#x152;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x201C;iĂ&#x160;Ă&#x152;Â&#x153; bilitation/ Economic Empowermentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;) now employs 70 ex-slaves and its proďŹ ts help fund its philanthropic pro!FREEHEALTH grams. Through kindness CONSULTATIONWITHEVERY and the sharing of his masCOLONICTREATMENT tery, Woods and those like .%7AFFORDABLEPRICESONALL him save lives and inspire the COLONIC NATUROPATHICANDLIVEBLOOD world. ANALYSISCONSULTATIONSxTRYOURNEW Abolishing slavery requires DETOXSAUNAMASSAGEPACKAGE funding, analysis, interna"ALLINA tional cooperation, and, .ATUROPATHICS 2IVER3T"ALLINA

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Articles The earth moves for Don Page

Teddies have their day

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Left: Ballina MP Don Page again participated in the annual Pollies for Small Business program last week. Mr Page worked at Leisurescapes Garden & Design Centre at Byron Bay in a variety of roles including as a trainee front-end loader operator and in the nursery. He also worked at Ballina Natural Medicine Clinic mixing a herbal tea and being briefed on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and complementary medicine.

Main Arm School will be alive with teddies at its first Teddy Bears Picnic on Tuesday August 7. ‘The focus of the day will be on friendship and fun as well as raising funds for our children’s hospital,’ say organisers. Main Arm students are inviting all local preschools and other preschoolers to a fun-filled morning of activities, face painting and plenty of songs and music. ‘It’s going to be so much fun,’ said Kinder student IshkaLani. ‘My teddy can’t wait.’ The picnic will begin at 10.15am at Main Arm School. Bring along some lunch, a teddy and a gold coin donation.

Tony leads the Lions

On Saturday July 21 local personality Tony Cornell commenced his year as District Governor of the Lions District 201Q1. Tony now is the leading Lion for an area stretching from Evans Head, to the south side of the Brisbane River and out beyond St George in Western Queensland. During the course of the year Tony and his wife Charmian, pictured above, will visit each of the ninety plus clubs in the district, as well as preside over DistrictQ1 cabinet meetings and represent the district at the Australia wide Multiple District meetings. Tony is well known as a public speaker of note who will be very capable of providing inspiration and motivation to all the lions of the district who he will meet during his travels of the next ten or so months. Tony has chosen ‘Community Service First’ as his theme and message for his time as District Governor. One highlight of his year will be presiding over celebrations of the 60th anniversary of Lions Clubs in Australia, later this year. The Lismore Lions Club commenced operations 60 years ago.

Lennox writer off to Sydney

28 DRINK DRIVERS CAUGHT IN BYRON BAY. In July last year, 28 drivers in Byron Bay were arrested, charged and faced court for driving while over the legal limit. Every police car is a mobile RBT. So if you are worried about being caught... you should be. MOBILE RBT. YOU WON’T KNOW WHERE. YOU WON’T KNOW WHEN.

Lisa Walker, resident of Lennox Head, is heading to Sydney on July 31 to be involved in her script Baddest Backpackers being professionally produced into a 30 minute radio play for ABC Radio National’s Airplay program. Lisa submitted the original short story Fully Sick Backpackers to the ABC Radio Short Story Project in 2005. It was one of 26 finalists, and was produced into a five-minute radio piece, read by actor Monica Main. (Go to abc.net. au/shortstories and follow the links to the 2005 finalists to hear the story online). In March 2006, Lisa attended a Radio Drama Writing Workshop in Byron Bay, where she began to develop the short story into a radio play. In early 2007, the ABC Radio Regional Production Fund commissioned the completed script for production into a 30-minute radio play, to be broadcast on ABC Radio National’s Airplay program. Entries are now open for the 2007 ABC Radio Short Story Project. See more at www.abc.net.au/shortstories.


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Goodbye from Hannelore Kesselbacher This week The Echo received these two letters:

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Brunswick Heads to Sydney and stay for ten days, then home again for ten days, all expensive and extremely tiring. But the Velcade was successful in holding the cancer in remission for ten months. When the cancer became aggressive again this year I had more treatment, which only made me sicker. As nothing is any longer effective I have stopped all medication from February, 2006. I am not afraid to die, but I want to die painlessly, with dignity and surrounded by my family, not in the hospital or a burden to others, in my own home. So I have paid my membership, $150 to Dignitas, Switzerland, and thanks to the generosity of friends I can pay the $5,000 charged by Dignitas for my suicide. I found out about

Dignitas from the book The Peaceful Pill by Dr Philip Nieschke and Dr Fiona Stewart. I am writing this because I feel strongly that it is not right that this type of digniďŹ ed suicide is not available in Australia, and is only available overseas if you can afford to pay the fees. The choice to die should be given to every terminally ill person who is of sound mind and whose diagnosis has been conďŹ rmed by qualiďŹ ed doctors. There is much discussion of euthanasia in Australia, and a large number of people are in favour of it. I hope my letter will encourage more discussion and some positive outcome for the terminally ill and those in chronic pain. Mrs Hannelore Kesselbacher

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High School Year 7 to Year 12 A key feature of the school is consistent praise of our teachers from students and parents, not just for the quality of teaching, but also for the mutual respect fostered in the teacher-student relationships. Some of the benefits of our High School are: Academic achievement Curriculum over and above Board of Studies requirements Awesome & caring teachers (with real life industry experience) University acceptance Supportive environment â&#x20AC;&#x201C; (teachers AND students) Enviable multimedia programs Portfolio opportunities (feeling cre8v?) Choice of courses â&#x20AC;&#x201C; (students have input into school subject choices!) Fantastic music ensemble Growing facilities (multimillion $$ expansion project under way now) Small class numbers (specialist classes) Low pupil/teacher ratio = personal care Integration of new students Relaxing aesthetic and inspiring environment And much much more... Come and see the positive changes being made in our High School at our next School Tour on 14th and 15th August by phoning now on 02 6684 7400.

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The Byron Community Primary School The Byron Community Primary Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Open Day on Sat 11 August (11am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4pm) will feature a unique exhibition of sculpture made by all school students. Everyone in the community is invited to come along and enjoy the art, food, activities and entertainment. An information session for parents interested in enrolling their children for 2008 will be held at 2pm. Senior students will be conducting

school tours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; starting at the Tennyson St entrance desk at 11.30pm and 1.30pm. MC and parent Mandy Nolan will present live performances by local musicians Sarah McGregor, Michael Turner and Angie Biasion. Activities for children include kids yoga, origami making, chess competitions, indigenous face painting, crystal treasure hunts, storytelling and a nature sculpture making workshop. For information on the Open Day activities please call the school on 6685 8208.

Byron Shire Respite Service Inc Byron Shire Respite Service is now in its 16th year of operation providing quality ďŹ&#x201A;exible respite options for older people and their carers. The service provides a centre-based day respite program, a social support program and special support options for older people who have behaviours of concern. If you are caring for an older person the service holds a monthly carer support group and publishes a carer support newsletter, Byron Carer. Byron Shire Respite Service is able to provide respite care along the respite continuum using a person-centred needs -based approach that meets the needs of the person requiring the respite care and their carer/s. The service now operates in Lismore as well as Ballina and Byron Shires, and is funded by the commonwealth and state governments under the Home and Community Care program (HACC) and the National Respite for Carers program (NRCP). All paid respite staff are fully qualiďŹ ed with an employment prerequisite being a Community Services CertiďŹ cate Level 3. There is a small cost for the service. Please telephone Colin Munro 6685 1921 or Barbara Chambers 66851 619 for more information.

        



   

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Andy Kram is one third of the Aussie success story Spiderbait. Not many bands maintain pop rock kudos for nearly two decades, but then not many bands are as laid back and unpretentious. Spiderbait are committed to the music. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When we started, it was 1990 and what we were doing was underground: punk rock/pop, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d press 500 copies of your album and hope one day you might go to Sydney. This was before Nirvana and Mud Honey, none of us had any aspirations, other than being an Indie punk band. But then it started to happen, with Silverchair over here, and Nirvana and UMI was signed up and it all started to go whoa! and bands like us were getting signed up. Tumbleweed were signed for 10 years... I always thought they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get the credit they deserved. We were a rockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;roll punk band and we toured with them and they were awesome. Spiderbait have been with their label, Polydor Records for 10 years now. Kram ďŹ gures this relationship as being one of the keys to Spiderbaitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s market resilience. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;You think you only want to be an Indie band and then you realise you can chart. In a way subconsciously you aspire to be part of that, historically if nothing else. We have done it all now, we can relax!â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kram outlines the Spiderbait story, the meteoric rise, the successes, the failure and then the success again. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We had a record that didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do that well and then those same people who said how great you were, they were ready to bury us. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d say, well, time to ďŹ nish, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be like, but didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you lick my butt last week? No that wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t me. Really? I was sure that was your tongue on my butt. Then you have a comeback and the tongue is back.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The making of and playing of music is a life commitment for Spiderbait. Like the jazz and blues musos of old, Kram is keen to keep playing to the end. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;To me itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s that same ethos (as jazz and blues musos) at ďŹ rst you wanted to sell a few albums, but being a musician is more than that, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a state of mind and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lifestyle. If you become successful thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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great but if it all died in the arse you would still be playing your records and wandering down the local pub to catch the band. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the core element of all musicians. We will be 20 years soon, which is a trip! We are stoked... it would be kind of weird if we had a big record 10 years ago and were still ďŹ&#x201A;ogging it, but things seem to keep moving for us.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; A few years back Kram actually relocated to the Byron Shire where he met his ďŹ ance, Ree, who once sat here at this desk where I sit now writing the entertainment pages for The Echo. Playing Splendour has special signiďŹ cance for Kram who looks back on his

time here with fondness. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;When I ďŹ rst moved there you could take your dogs on the beach with a lead, and by the end you couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even take them to Cosy Corner, so I was glad to be there for that time. The band all come from Finley, (small NSW town) and our orientation was always to Melbourne not Sydney. We all moved up north but have since gone back. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Byron is a town like no other in the country. I wish there were more places like that. In places like Italy, France and Spain you can feel that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not too conservative, but in Australia, a lot of the really lovely coastal areas are rather conservative

So how do Spiderbait feel about their upcoming gig at Splendour in the Grass? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I love the hugeness of playing a festival crowd. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all about you and the crowd interacting. People say our best shows are festival shows. Actually I ďŹ nd the smaller shows can be more uncomfortable, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get a sense of the power of the audience. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like one ginormous person, whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really up for it. Any advice for new younger up and coming musos? Something that might aid their musical longevity? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;You have to pace yourself, treat it like a cigar, not a packet of cigarettes, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to treat it like a job either!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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the soapbox [ mandy nolan ]

The scourge of the eighties is back. No, not Barry Manilow with a mullet crooning ‘Oh Mandy’, not the root perm or the ladies business suit with shoulder pads that would frighten a gridiron player. No, it’s far worse than that. I’m talking leg-warmers. A

woollen aberration. A slight to knitters everywhere. The slutty unfinished sock has found its way back onto the legs of our unsuspecting young women. I thought they’d been wiped out in the mid eighties. Remember girls when those tatty travesties were in plague proportions? They clung to calves on the footpath, the dancefloor and in the aerobics class. Olivia Newton John donned a headband and used the leg-warmers to get physical. Gloria Gaynor teamed hers with stilettos and let loose with the legwarmer battle cry: ‘I will survive.’ Leg-

warmers aren’t just about warming legs. Oh no. It was much more sinister. It was the perfect way to maximise Big Hair. They channelled static electricity through the body into the head and whammo, you’ve got hair like Pamela Ewing and very little actual brain activity. It’s all part of a world wide patriarchal plot to oppress us girls and make us stupid with big hair. Young women don’t remember, but the older sisters fought the legwarmers in the bedroom and they fought them in the disco so that generations of girls wouldn’t be oppressed

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THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT ANDY Andy Holm is a prolific musician. A regular feature amongst the crew at Lulu’s it seems difficult to believe that he has only been here for 6 or 7 years. Andy just seems like someone who has always been here. His latest album will be his eleventh. Andy is a one man music machine. His on stage ensemble includes 3 or 4 synths, drums, guitar, flute, didge, percussion and whatever else he can get his hands on. He moves from instrument to instrument in rapid succession, weaving sound with precise and practised dedication. Andy

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by the angora shackle. It liberated legions of young women. I mean, think about it, can you name one successful intelligent female in legwarmers? Sure, they hid cankles and unsightly stubble, but the trade-off was too great. Leg-warmers with tights. Leg-warmers with skirts and eek, the greatest fashion offence in the history of haute couture: leg-warmers with a bikini! There were bloody battles, but the Sisters Against Oppressive Socks drove those legwarmers underground. It was fashion exile. And until last Thursday shared a little of his story over a carrot juice in a busy Mullum cafe. ‘I started as a drummer. When I was 11 my parents forced me to learn piano. My piano teacher died after 3 months so Dad decided that I would learn double bass. But the double bass is at the back of the orchestra, it wasn’t my thing at all. Four months later the teacher, who was only 36, died. Dad said, ok, maybe do your own thing now.’ Obviously the body count was starting to weigh on him. Everything changed for Andy when he spied his first synthesiser. ‘When I was 14 I saw Emerson Lake and Palmer. They were the first to play the MOOG synth on stage and I was so taken that I sold my drum kit. The next day I bought my first synthesiser and in a short time I expanded it to get 8 synthesisers. I released my first record in Germany. Then in my early 20’s I spent 2 years in India where I studied classical music. I changed my influences and now you will always find Indian/Asian influences in my work.’

at 2.20pm, I thought it was finished. Horror has a new name. There they were. Camel coloured, obscene in their simplicity. As innocuous as cynanide in an almond shop. I couldn’t believe it. ‘NOOOOOO!’ I screamed. I threw my body across the carpet to wrestle them from the defenceless teenager. But it was too late. She had them on. In no time at all a group of girls gathered to admire them. Ten minutes later and they had multiplied. Every girl in the room was wearing them. It was too late. We have lost the war on leg-warmers. The kind of music that Andy was making was really being pioneered in Germany, with bands like Kraftwork dabbling in techno before Pink Floyd had even thought about putting another brick in the retaining wall. Twenty years ago Andy moved to Sydney, and to this day, he still calls Australia home. It’s at this point that Andy’s story takes a twist. ‘I used to perform at Darling Harbour outside the Opera House. I sold over 30,000 albums. I was chosen to perform at the Paralympics opening ceremony but in July 2000 I was taken off my motorbike by a car. I spent three years in recovery. I couldn’t play. The director of the Paralympics said, do it Andy, it doesn’t get any better than a guy in a wheelchair playng, but I just couldn’t physically do it. Everything on my left side was broken. I was very lucky to get out of the wheelchair. As long as you don’t listen to the white collars you can recover. I had alternative doctors and practitioners that got me back up on my feet. Even

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DOUBLE PASS TO LITTLE BIRDY Ku Promotions presents Little Birdy at the Bangalow A&I Hall on Thursday 27 September. This is an all ages show and tix are on sale at Barebones and www. newworldartists.net We have a double pass to give away to the little birdy who catches the first worm. Fly away Peter, come back Paul, email mandy on mandypow@echo.net.au with subject header ‘My Birdy’.

now I can’t do too many gigs because of the lifting and standing up. But this is my passion.’ Andy’s latest album is Cafe Culture, and the list of songs reads like a menu. Andy is proud of this album and admits: ‘It’s my most honest album. All the others were catered more to tourists, but this crosses genres. It has world music, dance, pop, rock – you name it.’ Andy Holm won the North Coast Entertainment Industry’s Dolphin Award last year for best World Music Album. As a musician, Andy credits his solo status for his prolific longevity. ‘First of all I have the freedom, you don’t have to compromise and you never have to worry about splitting up!’ Andy is currently involved in scoring for local films and creating more cinematic music. His music can also be accessed on Andy Holm and band live at Byron Bay on youtube. Andy launches Cafe Culture at the Byron Markets on Sunday.


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BLUE BIRDY Greg brings his funky band The Hip-0peration to the Blue Birdy. Featuring the talents of young guitarist Ben Thompson, who plays his last gig in Australia before leaving for overseas musical adventures. Greg and Ben sing some rhythm and blues with a New Orleans ďŹ&#x201A;avour, and the band cooks up a gumbo of funkiďŹ ed jazz and soul. The band also features some classic vintage keyboard sounds from Howlinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bob Howlett on Hammond organ, Rhodes and synthesisers, as well as Alstonvilleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s funkiest export Scott Hills on drums and Shaston King on saxophones. And no doubt some special guests on the night. The Blue Birdy will sing to the sounds of the Neville Bros, Ray Charles, Maceo Parker and some â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;second-line fonkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Wednesday at the Blue Birdy at the Buddha Bar.

THE PASK AT HAND Come along and hear the voice that has sung before many celebrities including at the Kidman/Urban wedding and performed the National anthem before the late Diana, Princess of Wales. Be enthralled by her smooth voice as she performs some of the great works reminiscent of the great jazz era. Emma Pask has been a regular guest on national television shows. She has performed with symphony orchestras, and big bands, and released 3 CDs. And, now, with a quintet of players including piano, bass and brass, she is being brought to a town near you, courtesy of Musica Viva Lismore. She performs on Wednesday at the Byron Community Centre at 7.30pm

THE RIZARD OF RAZ Raz Bin Sam and The Lion I Band play their last three gigs before Raz heads to Europe and Israel to visit family and friends and play a few shows as well. They play the Rails on Friday, with special guests, The Black Birds, who will

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pump out 2 hours of reggae and dancehall. Starts at 7pm. On Sunday the band will be playing at Hotel Great Northern, 2 sets from 9pm and if you were qu enough to grab a ticket, you can also catch Raz Bin Sam with Rub A Dub Sound at Splendour in The Grass on Sunday 2pm.

MANDY HAS AN EPIPHANY Oh my God, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so hard when you get a press release about a gig you are doing from someone. How does one write about oneself without sounding completely self indulgent, or to put it more politely, like a frigging wanker. Mandy Nolan is funny. She is the ultimate people pleaser, and really she wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t leave until you are happy. If that means driving you home and giving you a back rub then sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be there to lift your spirits and tickle your fancy.Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be performing a killer set of comedy for the folk at Ephipany Arts on Friday. She is joined by Chris Sheehy, a 16 year old kid from Maclean who won the Soma singer songwriter search in Brisbane earlier this year. The gig takes place at the glorious Stokerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Siding Hall, with bookings essential by Wednesday. Lena 6677 9457, admin@epiphanyarts.org

TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN Yes the times they are a changin at the Hotel Brunswick this Sunday. The good people of the pub have decided to move the gig times forward as nights get cold and dark and sitting in the beer garden is not quite as inviting as it is in summer months. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Probably Us play from 3pm, so come and soak up some sun, then the warmth and the good times continue when Brian Watt plays at 7pm.

COUNTDOWN TO BAY FM RADIOTHON By God, is it radiothon time again? It seems like only minutes ago I was with Pavitar at the Buddha Bar

handing out prizes. But yes, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s here again. It kicks off at the Hotel Great Northern on Friday 10 August, so mark your diaries precious ones and support your local community radio station. The Radiothon theme this year is: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Free range radioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, with the opening event being called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Free Radio.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; So come along and join in, who knows you might win a chicken. Featuring DJs Aqua, X-Facta, DJ Rooster, Benji, T-Learyus and performers, Danger Us featuring Glitter Girl and Super Nova Jade with Mistress of Ceremonies Gina Baker. Come dressed as your favourite animal or anima ... animus. Prizes for best costume. Hey, and while you are there subscribe.

BUDDHA BAR HAVE TAKEN A STEP TOO FAR A Step Too Far are set to hit the stage at the Buddha Bar in Byron Bay on Friday at 8pm. There is no doubt that this is an exciting prelude to Splendor In The Grass. Hailing from ShefďŹ eld England, A Step too Far is an acoustic duo that draws inďŹ&#x201A;uences from rock legends like Bon Jovi, Guns n Roses and Motely Crue. They have been capturing Sydney audiences with a collection of harmonic covers mixed with their own original pieces.

A THURSDAY VISTA Due to a late cancellation by one of our feature acts there are some brand new faces on at the Vista this Thursday. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not so much a concert as a smĂśrgĂĽsbord! Arrive at around 7.30pm for a good seat and listen to the beautiful Celtic harp of Andy McGlone. The Old Spice Boys are back with fun and games for all. This will be an exclusive appearance with the phenomenal Azo Bell on Ukulele, Tim on drums and Billy on tea-chest bass. As the boys have not performed much around the Shire since their Edinburgh Festival appearances, this will indeed be a rare treat! Superb singer/ songwriter Sarah McGregor

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returns with her polished vocals, great songs and great style. Ex Tamworth, now local boy, Mark Heazlett sings his heartfelt music as only he can. A wonderful a capella group Jazz Drops will present their ďŹ rst Vista appearance, and from what weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve heard itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s another fabulous local musical experience. Another Vista ďŹ rst, the amazing Linda Neil (violin, vocals, guitar and accordion) will present something completely different and deďŹ nitely not to be missed. Plus award winning Tongan-heritage busker Tripple Nip and ex Durga Baby Michael Turner with acoustic hip ho... described as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;social vista rhymes backed by wild acoustic guitar and vocalsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Thursday at the Byron Bay Community Centre at 8pm and only $20 at the door. Refreshments available.

THE MARSHALL IS IN TOWN Marshall & the Fro will be kicking off their Splendour Weekend at the Rails Thursday night and backing up Friday night at The Backroom with special guests The Hussy Hicks (aka Leesa Gentz and Julz Parker) and Gold Coast band Rodger That. Featuring Marshallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s big Delta edged vocals intertwined with a heap of slide, Hendrix style licks and the hottest of hot rhythm sections the band is made up of Marshall Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Kell on guitar, slide and vocals, Nick Ohlson on Bass and Jacob Mann on Drums. Together for around three years now the band has been solidly booked since hitting the gig trail soon after forming. Based in the Byron Bay region Marshall & the Fro won the 2006 NCEIA Dolphin Award for Best Blues Song with their track Get Up â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Raise your Head. Recent accolades include winning the 2007 Blues over Byron busking competition and performing to a packed tent at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s East Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Byron.

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[ culture ] * DANCE MOVE WITH THE MUSE This year’s Big Feet Little Feet production promises to be the most sumptuous yet. This year Norpa Dance Action presents ‘Perpetual Muse’ an old fashioned glamour event that showcases new contemporary dance, classical and performing art theatre from the Northern Rivers. Each of the 12 integrated pieces has been uniquely choreographed for a smoky cabaret style show that explores the concept of muse: each conceived from the musical inspiration of Neil and Tim Finn songs, reinterpreted by Australian and New Zealand female song artists in the stunning album, She Will Have Her Way. Jacqueline Renton takes the production director’s hold again this year for Big Feet Little Feet together with new North Coast resident, Natasha Middleton, as artistic director. Natasha is an internationally renowned classical dance artist with an extensive expertise and repertoire. Jacqueline has 10 years of warm enthusiasm and experience in events and marketing in the Northern Rivers, a background in classical ballet, method acting and stage work as well as having a degree in Applied Science. They are both passionate about

helping dance artists achieve their potential, individually and professionally, and are determined to see the Northern Rivers be recognized and flourish on a national and international level in the art of dance theatre. Natasha was formally a principal dancer with the West Australian Ballet where she had many full length roles created for her including the classics, Romeo and Juliet, Giselle and Lady of the Camellias. She has danced as a principal with the Sydney Dance Company and London City Ballet, as a guest performer with companies in France, Spain and Scotland. ‘Perpetual Muse’ is Jacqueline and Natasha’s official foray into dance production and artistic direction. Natasha and Jacqueline are passionate about creating consistent professional opportunities for dance artists in this vibrant and diverse area, which successfully acknowledges and represents the flourish of art and music at an international level but lacks the equivalent platform for dance opportunities. In an inaugural effort to raise awareness and funding for the dance artist’s plight in the area, Perpetual Muse plays on the theme of the symbiotic relationship between art, music and dance: that one cannot shine without the equivalent in the

other… thus perpetuating the need to create a local, professional dance company. If you would like to become a founding patron of the East Coast Dance Theatre please contact Jacqueline Renton p.6684 4400 / 0418 844 400 and come and support dance and local artists as Big Feet Little Feet 2007 ensures a proliferation of dance excellence. Ticket enquiries to: 1300 066 772 or online at www.norpa.org. au Adults $18. Concessions/ Groups $15. Opening Night Black Tie Auction 7pm Thursday 9 August Friday 10 August 7pm. Transport bus on Thursday for the Byron, Bangalow, Lismore round trip.

STANDUP COMEDY EAT YOUR LAUGHS Earlier this year Bangalow heard the resounding chortle of laughter as hundreds of comedy loving punters came together to enjoy our first comedy festival – The Big Joke. The good news is that it’s on again, with The Big Joke scheduled for 14-17 February next year. To whet the local appetite and put comedy back on the map in the humble hamlet of Bangalow, The Big Joke presents Cafe Comedy at the Bang Thai. A regular comedy night on the second Friday of the month, it features Me, Mandy Nolan as MC and visiting and local comics as

feature and support. The first Cafe Comedy happens on Friday 10 August, with patrons being treated to a very sassy meal and show deal. The first month features Ellen Briggs, national RAW comedy finalist and wordsmith extraordinaire S Sorrensen. For just $25 you get a meal and a show! Bookings are essential, phone 6687 1303.

STAND UP SPAGHETTI Those talented kids at Spaghetti Circus are boundless in their talent and enthusiasm. Over the last month or so I have been conducting workshops with about 13 or so of the kids from their elite super bendy group as they work towards their major production this year. We have been working on themes around sport, like what it means to be a winner, body image, fitting in, how to lose, national identity and more. We have wandered into more contemporary issues like party culture, bullying, being cool and homebirths. The kids tell it how it really is. Why don’t you find out what they really think !!! They perform with me as MC as a fundraiser for Spaghetti Circus at the Mullumbimby RSL on Sunday 12 August at 4pm.

TRAFFIC CHANGES ON EWINGSDALE RD, BYRON BAY Dear Residents, We wish to inform you of the SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS music festival being held at Belongil Fields, Ewingsdale Rd on FRIDAY 3rd, SATURDAY 4th and SUNDAY 5th August, 2007.

TRAFFIC A traf¿c management plan has been developed to help minimise the impact of this event in the Byron Bay area: * Temporary turning lanes at Ewingsdale Rd/Belongil Fields Caravan Park and Ewingsdale Rd/Meleleuca Drive have been planned to assist in the steady Àow of traf¿c. Please note these structures will be in place from 6pm Thursday 2nd August to be removed by 5pm Monday 6th August 2007. * These intersections will be managed by RTA accredited traf¿c controllers. However, please be prepared for POSSIBLE SHORT DELAYS.

PARKING Please use the festival’s Day Parking Area in Meleleuca Drive. * There is NO PARKING in Ewingsdale Road – * DO NOT PARK IN THE SUNRISE RESIDENTIAL AREA. * Council Parking Rangers will be on patrol throughout the weekend. Please note that camping is not allowed in the Meleleuca Drive Day Parking Area or on local beaches, parks or roadsides. Please use only of¿cial campgrounds and caravan parks.

TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN CROSSING For those wanting to walk across Ewingsdale Road, please use the PEDESTRIAN CROSSING we have set up near the Belongil Fields entrance. Traf¿c controllers will be in place to ensure the safest and most ef¿cient passage for both vehicles and pedestrians.

HOTLINE During the event, a Splendour In the Grass Hotline will be in operation. THE HOTLINE NUMBER IS 6680 7767. Sunrise residents with parking or litter concerns during the festival weekend should also contact the hotline and we will send our Sunrise Response Team to assist you. We apologise for any inconvenience & thank you for your patience & understanding. The Splendour In The Grass team

5 MINUTES WITH GEORGE George Smilovici is an Aussie legend. He’s been funny from since before Rove could talk. In a speed chat, George and I got down on some of the bigger issues. Like, do you need a dark side to be a good comic? Some people reckon the darkside is what undoes a performer and some say that the dark side is what makes the whole thing meaningful. I personally don’t like my dark side. Sometimes I’d rather be shallow. The reason why I find it hard sometimes is because I find it hard to bullshit. I know what it feels like to be on the end of bullshit. This business is not pretty at all, especially when these days what you need to besuccessful in the entertainment industry is, regular trips in and out of rehab, be disabled in some kind of way, or have drink

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driving charges and you have to have been abused then you have been a story. Otherwise you have to create it yourself. That’s why I admire someone like Paris Hilton, she’s media savvy. It’s great how she found God in jail, I didn’t know God was in jail, maybe he should be.’ And what George really thinks about Paris Hilton: ‘In the old days they burnt witches at the stake. I would love to go back to traditional values. I would love to see Paris burning.’ And what about the lucky country? What’s George’s take on that? ‘What has happened to Australia is incredibly detrimental to the arts, all these ads to dob in anyone who acts suspiciously – and that in essence is essentially un-Australian behaviour. You are asked to dob someone in, therefore the person you dobbed in goes to jail and you should go too, because you are a dobber.’ Reality TV? ‘TV is not about entertainment, it’s about pillaring people village idiot style. Shows like Australian Idol and Big Brother, and all that shit... they call it reality TV there is nothing real about it. It just shows how sick we are as a society. ‘ On how to crack the big time.

‘Gees, Puppetry of the Penis is franchised all over the world and here I am busting my guts trying to give the world some resonating art, but all I had to do was show my dick.’ On Byron ‘Byron is the perfect symbiotic society, half of the people are sick and the other half are healers.’ And finally, the world according to George Smilovici: ‘When you are smiling the whole world smiles with you and when you are crying no one wants to fucken know you. I just think when I walk on stage that I am there to make people laugh their guts out. I am a social enema, and when I am in Byron I am a spirtual enema. Everything is about illusion and image. It’s like the line: is what you is and not what you is not because people who is are the happiest lot and that was said by some cartoon character, they weren’t even a real person.’ George Smilovici features at the Byron Bowling Club on Monday at 8pm. He is joined by support act, Brisbane comic Casey Talbot and me, Ms Mandy Nolan as MC! TICKETS ARE $15/20 AND BOOKINGS CAN BE MADE ON 6684 3443.


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WEDNESDAY 1 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9PM BIG SCREEN DANCE MUSIC ■ BUDDHA BAR, BYRON 6PM RED HOT SALSA 8PM BLUE BIRDY, GREG LION, HIP OPERATION BAR COCKATOO PAUL + FIRESHOW ■ WHYNOT!, BYRON 7PM LOVE HANDLES ■ THE RAILS, BYRON HUSSEY HICKS ■ MAHA HATA BAYSHORE DRIVE 7PM ‘BHAJAN’, ELTARA & TARSHITO ■ BYRON COMMUNITY CENTRE 7.30PM EMMA PASK QUINTET - JAZZ ENSEMBLE ■ CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON PIMPS & HOES ■ COCOMANGAS, BYRON DJ ROCK HARDSON ■ BANGALOW HOTEL DJ HUNTER ■ HOTEL BRUNSWICK, 7PM MOVIE NIGHT ‘COLD MOUNTAIN’(M) ■ LENNOX HOTEL, 7.30PM TRIVIA

THURSDAY 2 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9.30PM WILD MARMALADE ■ BUDDHA BAR, BYRON ANTHONY GEORGE ■ THE RAILS, BYRON 6.30PM MARSHALL & FRO ■ GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON KURTIS ■ BO’S RESTAURANT, BYRON 7.30PM BEAKERMOUTH ■ BYRON COMMUNITY CENTRE 8PM BYRON VISTA IN CONCERT OLD SPICE BOYS ■ BYRON CINEMA 10AM REEL MUMS ‘CLUBLAND’

■ MAHA HATA, BAYSHORE DRIVE 7PM ONENESS MEDITATION ■ CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON WET T-SHIRT COMPETITION ■ COCOMANGAS, BYRON, PJ & LINGERIE PARTY – DJ KRISTIN ■ CHINI HOTEL, MULLUM, MULLUMBERRY JAM ■ MULLUMBIMBY RSL, 7PM ROCK ‘N’ ROLL DANCING ■ LENNOX HOTEL 9PM FIG JAM SESSION

FRIDAY 3 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9.30PM VINYL SLINGERS ■ BUDDHA BAR, BYRON A STEP TOO FAR ■ GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON, 9PM MARSHALL & FRO ■ THE RAILS, BYRON 6.30PM RAZ BIN SAM + THE LION I BAND ■ BO’S RESTAURANT, BYRON 6.30PM MICK’S SASHIMI BAND ■ EWINGSDALE HALL 6.30PM LATIN LOUNGE SALSA 6PM BEG 7PM INTER 8PM SOCIAL ■ CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON 7PM SKYDIVE FRIDAY ■ COCOMANGAS, BYRON DJ QUALITY CONTROL + DJ VOO DOO ■ BANGALOW HOTEL 8PM CHERRY STREET ■ HOTEL BRUNSWICK 7.30PM SNAP SHOT ■ LENNOX HOTEL 9.30PM HECKLE & JIVE ■ LENNOX THAI GARDEN 7PM GUY & REBECCA ■ STOKERS SIDING EPIPHANY ARTS WITH MANDY NOLAN & CHRIS SHEEHY

SATURDAY 4 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9.30PM DIRTY LAUNDRY ■ BUDDHA BAR, BYRON DJ DAVE GRAVY ■ GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON, 9PM BRITTLE ■ THE RAILS, BYRON THE FRANKIE BAND ■ CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON 7PM LADIES NIGHT ■ COCOMANGAS, BYRON DJ KRISTEN + TULIP ■ BANGALOW HOTEL 8PM SHARON MOORE ■ BANGALOW A&I HALL 8PM TAIKOZ ■ HOTEL BRUNSWICK, 7.30PM THE JAM BROTHERS ■ LU LU’S CAFE, MULLUM 11AM SLIM PICKENS ■ MULLUMBIMBY RSL 8.15PM MIKE PRESTON REVIVAL ■ LENNOX HOTEL 9.30PM MAL & THE LONGBOARDERS ■ LENNOX THAI GARDENS 7PM GREG KEW

SUNDAY 5 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 4PM UTOPIANS 9PM DJ DAVE GRAVEY ■ GREAT NORTHERN, BYRON, 9PM RAZ BIN SAM + THE LION I BAND ■ THE RAILS, BYRON MATT SEABURG BAND ■ BYRON MARKETS 11AM SLIM PICKENS + DR BAZ + ANDY HOLM CD LAUNCH ■ BO’S RESTAURANT, BYRON 7.30PM MICK’S SASHIMI BAND ■ HOTEL BRUNSWICK 3PM IT’S PROBABLY US 7PM BRIAN WATT ■ LENNOX HOTEL 4.00PM JAZZ DQ-4

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MONDAY 6 ■ BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 9PM BIG SCREEN DANCE MUSIC ■ BUDDHA BAR, BYRON OPEN JAM ■ THE RAILS, BYRON 6.30PM OLD MAN RIVER (FROM SPLENDOUR) + MARSHALL ■ BYRON BOWLING CLUB 8.00PM GEORGE SMILOVICI, MANDY NOLAN, CASEY TALBOT STAND-UP COMEDY ■ CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON 7PM MEXICAN MONDAY ■ COCOMANGAS, BYRON FUNKIN RETRO PARTY: DJ QUALITY CONTROL ■ CHINI HOTEL, MULLUM 5.30PM SALSA CLASS & FREESTYLE

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Television Guide

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ABC

SBS

4.30 Movie: The Naked Truth (G 1957) 6.00 Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs 10.30 Behind The News 10.55 Australians 11.05 Weapons Races 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 The Bill (PG) 3.00 Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs 5.55 Behind The News 6.00 Atlantic Edge (G) Orkneys 6.30 The Cook And The Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 The New Inventors (G) 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 The Chaserâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s War On Repeats: 6 9.30 Hyperdrive: Assessment 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 Blue Murder: Fragile Relations (PG) 12.40 Movie: The Great Barrier (G 1937) Stars Richard Arlen, Lilli Palmer 2.10 Movie: Smash And Grab (G, 1937) Stars Jack Buchanan, Zoe Wynn 3.25 National Press Club Address

5.20 World News 12.30 Business Report 1.00 Movie: If You Were Me (M,a,l, 2003) Six short ďŹ lms from South Korea. 2.40 The Movie Show (PG) 3.00 Mumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s The Word Documentary series on motherhood. 3.30 FIFA Fever â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Six part series. 4.00 A Fork In The Road Washington DC. 4.30 The Journal 5.00 Newshour with Jim Lehrer. 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 The Hairy Bikers Ride Again (PG) Si and Dave do India. 8.00 Inside Australia Halal Mate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; AfďŹ faâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Match. 8.30 Dateline 9.30 World News Australia 10.00 Movie: Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran (M,sa) Drama from France. Stars Omar Sharif. 11.40 Movie: Burning In The Wind (M,s,a,v 2002) Drama from Italy. 1.40 WeatherWatch Overnight

4.30 Movie: Diamond City (PG 1949) Stars Honor Blackman, Diana Dors, Bill Owen 6.00 Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs 9.30 School Programs 11.00 Great Artists (G) 11:30 Walks With An Architect 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Monarch Of The Glen (G) 1.30 Strictly Dancing 2.00 The Bill (M*, v) 3.00 Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs 5.50 Behind The News 6.05 Grand Designs: Glasgow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Catalyst Tsunami warnings 8.30 Brat Camp 2 (M*,cl) 9.25 Difference Of Opinion Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ageing workforce 10.20 Lateline 10.55 Lateline Business 11.20 The Blues: A Musical Journey, Godfathers And Sons 1.00 Movie: Little Friend (G 1934) Stars Cecil Parker, Lewis Casson 2.25 Movie: An Alligator Named Daisy (G 1955) Stars Stanley Holloway, Diana Dors

5.25 World News 12.30 Business Report 1.00 Chefs of the Great Hotels of the World Savoy Hotel London 1.30 Dying To Leave (M,a,l) Documentary on human trafďŹ cking 2.30 Dateline 3.30 If Only Ups and downs of peoples lives 4.00 Food Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide to Australia 4.30 The Journal 5.00 Newshour with Jim Lehrer 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 Homemade History (G) Home movies. 7.35 Inspector Rex (PG) 8.30 The Eagle: A Crime Odyssey (M, v,a) 9.30 World News Australia 10.00 The Movie Show 10.15 Jammin In The Middle E (M,l) An Arab Australian comedy. 11.10 Movie: Graveyard Alive â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A Zombie Nurse In Love (M h,v 2004) Horror movie from Canada. 12.40 Movie: Witch From Nepal (M w,s 1985) Drama from Hong Kong. 2.10 Weatherwatch Overnight

Sunrise Morning Show Home Shopping Raggs Morning News Movie: Escape From Colditz (M,v,a,d) Final 2.00 All Saints (PG) Head to Head 3.00 Sons & Daughters (PG) 3.30 My Wife And Kids (PG) 4.00 Go Go Stop 4.30 News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Prime News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away (PG) 7.30 That â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;70s Show Double episode (PG) 8.30 Las Vegas (M,v,s) Father of the Bride Redux 10.20 Mark Philippoussisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Age of Love 11.20 Stargate SG-1 (M) 12.20 Home Shopping 12.50 Danoz Direct 1.50 Expo and Shopping to 6am

4.30 6.00 10.00 11.00

5.20 World News 12.30 Business Report 1.00 The Food Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide to Australia 1.30 Insight 2.30 Tiny Birds And Great Scientists (G) Documentary from France. 3.30 Hard Choices (G)Unchain My Heart. 4.00 Wine Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide to Australia 4.30 The Journal 5.00 Newshour with Jim Lehrer. 6.00 Global Village â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Flavours of Italy. 6.30 World News Australia 7.30 The Gold Rush (PG) Documentary on part of North Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history (Pt 2). 8.30 As It Happened: Fidel Castro (M v,a) Documentary series. Part 1. 9.35 World News Australia 10.05 The Escort Agency (M a) Documentary from the UK. 11.00 Movie: Unveiled (MA s,l 2005) Drama from Germany. 12.45 Queer As Folk (MA, s,l,a) Drama series 1.40 Weatherwatch Overnight

6.00 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00 11.30 12.00

12.00 12.30 1.30

FRIDAY 3

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2.30 3.00 5.55 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 10.15 10.55 11.25 11.55

Movie: The Weaker Sex (G 1948) Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs School Programs Animal Camera: Surveillance On Surviva Double episode ďŹ nal Midday Report FireďŹ&#x201A;ies Parkinson (G) Guests David Tennent, Amanda Holden, Michael Buble Spicks And Specks Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Programs Behind The News No Job For A Lady Political comedy Can We Help? (G) ABC News Stateline Collectors (G) Silent Witness (M*v,a,d) Lateline The Chaserâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s War On Repeats: 6 jtv Rage (M) goes on till 9am Saturday

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PRIME

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

6.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 11.30

TEN

Sunrise Morning Show Home Shopping Raggs Morning News

12.00 Movie: Escape From Colditz (M,v,d) Part 1 concludes Thursday. Stars Damian Lewis, Tom Hardy, Sophia Myles

2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30 11.10 12.10 12.40 1.40

All Saints (M) Sons & Daughters (PG) My Wife And Kids (PG) Go Go Stop News M*A*S*H (G) Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away Police Files â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Unlocked (PG) Movie: The Terminal (PG, l,a 2004) Stars Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones. The Unit (M) Home Shopping Danoz Direct Expo and Shopping to 6am

6.00 7.00 8.30 9.00 11.00 12.00 1.00 2. 00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30 9.30 10.30 11.15 12.00 12.25 12.30 1.00

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

6.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 11.30 12.00

3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30 9.30 12.30

Sunrise Morning Show Home Shopping Morning News Raggs Morning News Movie: Rising Sun (M,v,l,s,a 1993) Stars Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes Sons & Daughters (PG) My Wife And Kids (PG) Go Go Stop News M*A*S*H (G) Deal Or No Deal Prime News Seven News Home And Away Better Homes and Gardens Heart Beat (PG) Duty of Care 2007 AFL Premiership Season Round 18, Western Bulldogs vs St Kilda EXPO to 6am

Programs are correct at the time of going to press but beware â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all stations like tinkering with things at the last minute.

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1. Steven Spielberg directs The Terminal (Prime, Wednesday, 8.30pm), about a guy who falls foul of a labyrinthine immigration system. Couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happen here. 2. SBS shows Martin Scorseseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brilliant biography of the young Bob Dylan, No Direction Home (Saturday 9.30pm), which they have inexplicably cut into two pieces to make a series. 3. Friday is the only day free of The Simpsons on Channel 10 and the current release of the movie version adds wings to their obsession. However, this is probably no bad thing, considering that the aged cartoon is frequently the networkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best program of the day.

Ten Early News Toasted TV Puzzle Play 9am With David And Kim Ten News Dr Phil The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures Totally Wild The Bold & The Beautiful Ten News The Simpsons (G) Neighbours (G) Futurama (PG) The Series Has Landed Thank God Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Here (PG) House (M) Medium (M) Late News With Sports Tonight Late Show with David Letterman Everybody Loves Raymond (G) Video Hits Up-Late (G) Judge Judy (PG) Shopping and Religion

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

Today Mornings With Kerri-Anne TVP Direct Danoz Movie: Rubyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bucket of Blood (PG v,l,s 2001) Stars Angela Bassett Days Of Our Lives Fresh Cooking Hi-5 How Does It Work? Lockie Leonard Temptation Bargain Hunt Newark Antiques Roadshow Evening News A Current Affair McLeodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Daughters Cold Case (M) Lotto Without A Trace (M) The Nation (M) Nightline The Mint (M) Games show Guthy-Renker Shopping Untold Wealth Good Morning Australia

All Ten programs between 5pm and 11pm (approx) nightly are Closed Captioned (CC)

6.00 7.00 8.30 9.00 11.00 12.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.30 10.30 11.15 12.00 12.25 12.30 1.00 6.00 7.00 8.30 9.00 11.00 12.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.20 11.15 11.45 12.15 1.15 1.40 2.00

Ten Early News Toasted TV Puzzle Play 9am With David And Kim Ten News Dr Phil The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures Totally Wild The Bold & The Beautiful Ten News The Simpsons Neighbours Futurama (PG) I, Roomate Simpsons Movie Mania Simpsons Movie Mania Law & Order: Criminal Intent (M) Law & Order: Criminal Intent (M) Rpt Late News With Sports Tonight Late Show with David Letterman Everyody Loves Raymond Video Hits Up-Late (G) Judge Judy (PG) Shopping and Religion Ten Early News Toasted TV Rock It! 9am With David And Kim Ten News Dr Phil The Oprah Winfrey Show Ready Steady Cook Infomercial Hueyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cooking Adventures The Lost Children The Bold & The Beautiful Ten News Hook, Line & Sinker (G) Neighbours Futurama (PG) Loveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Labour Lost In Space Movie: Russel Coightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Celebrity Challenge (PG s,a) Stars Glenn Robbins Movie: Crackerjack (M cl,d) Stars Mick Malloy, John Clarke Late News With Sports Tonight Sports Tonight Late Show With David Letterman Out of Practice Video Hits Up-Late Shopping and Religion

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Today Mornings With Kerri-Anne Danoz Guthy-Renker Movie: Hope (PG a,l 1997) Directed by Goldie Hawn. Days Of Our Lives Fresh Cooking Hi-5 Lockie Leonard Temptation Bargain Hunt Westpoint Antiques Roadshow Evening News A Current Affair Getaway Travel show Sea Patrol The Footy Show Ralph TV Nightline AFL Footy Show Mad TV Guthy-Renker Australia Entertainment Tonight Good Morning America

Today Mornings With Kerri-Anne Danoz Guthy-Renker Movie: Jack (M a 2003) Stars Stockard Channing Days Of Our Lives Fresh Cooking Hi-5 The Shak Temptation Bargain Hunt Malvern Antiques Roadshow Evening News A Current Affair Friday Night Football Bulldogs vs Parramatta Eels. Live. Friday Night Football Newcastle Knights vs St George Illawarra Dragons Nightline The Mint (M) Entertainment Good Morning America Since everything is but an apparition, having nothing to do with good or bad, acceptance or rejection, one may well burst out in laughter. Longchenpa (14th century Tibet)


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Return to Splendour Mandy Nolan Personally I think it’s the best lineup yet. Old ladies like me get a thrill about the prospect of checking out spunky old beardy boy Bernard Fanning in Powderfinger and the Aussie Dylan for Arctic Monkeys all seasons, Paul Kelly, and my pre-teen daughter is gearing up for Lily Allen and Acrtic Monkeys. I am a little nervous about the Mosh Pit, it’s been 20 years since my last stage jump, and last time I flew I took out two skinheads and a biker and a fucked up acid casualty called Lynda. So, it’s going to be a novel experience for me. I no longer drink or smoke and I’m taking my kid. It’s a shame I’m now a teetotaller, because she could have been my designated driver. Oh shit, thats right, she’s only 11. It’s Festival Fever in Byron Bay, with gorgeous young things grungeing their way into town, skinny jeans and ugg boots, leopard skin wellingtons, big shirts with eighties slogans, all eager to immerse themselves in the festival experience. Festivals are for fans. Thousands Powderfinger of them. I think when you are a fan you should never meet the object of your desire. It’s too weird. You are obsessed and they are at best mildly amused. So what would you say if you met your hero at Splendour. Some of the SITG acts share some of the strangest things a fan has ever said to them: For Tim Hoey from Cut Copy it was a bit when a stranger calls when a fan said ‘I used to baby sit you when you were a kid.’ Old Man River was a little affronted when one fan asked ‘us to sign their bum.’ Bruce Braybrooke from The Beautiful Girls said that a Guy in Whistler Canada said he wanted us all to join him in nappies at the next blues and roots so we didn’t have to line up for the porta loos. Gotye got the silent treatment ‘They said nothing. Absolutely nothing. It got a bit weird and I had to excuse myself.’ But the Hilltop Hoods have possibly the funniest story of all. ‘Fan: Who are you? Me: Pressure from Hilltop Hoods. Fan: Never heard of you, can you sign this for Lily Allen me? Me: No worries. Who should I make it out to? Fan: Me.’ But it happens to those guys too. They too can be bumbling fools, like when Goyte was at a concert with the king of the kaftan. ‘Throwing my underpants at Kamahl was weird. It was a strange vibe when you’re only two feet away and have just had a civilised conversation for five minutes.’ So get ready for a huge deposit in the memory bank. And some advice from someone who has gone too hard too fast and wasted an entire festival by getting hammered and not remembering, do what Kram says from Spiderbait and pace yourself. Ooh, and drink lots of water, wear sunscreen and don’t wear legwarmers. Here’s to a super sunny Splendour, although it doesn’t matter if it rains, because as they proved last year, deep down we are one mud.

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12.00 - 12.30

01.45 - 02.20

03.45 - 04.30

OPERATOR PLEASE THE HORRORS 12.45 - 01.25

02.35 - 03.20

12.00 - 12.45

01.30 - 02.15

12.45 - 01.30

02.15 - 03.00

DJ SEAN CANDY aka AB

12.15 - 01.00

SARA TINDLEY

OLD MAN RIVER

12.00 - 02.00 11.00 - 12.30 Spruce Lee

PURPLE SNEAKERS DJs

02.45 - 03.30

TILLY AND THE WALL

02.00 - 04.00

FLYNN ‘N’ CLEGS

FOXXY

12.30 - 02.00 02.00 - 03.30 Sleater Brockman Kato

THE HERD

03.45 - 04.30

PURPLE SNEAKERS DJs

01.30 - 02.15

04.30 - 05.15

PLANET ASIA

THE PANICS

03.30 - 05.00 Dan De Caires

06.00 - 06.45

POWDERFINGER

07.30 - 08.30

09.15 - 10.15

11.00 - 12.00

SNEAKY SOUND BLUE KING BROWN HOT CHIP SYSTEM

05.15 - 06.00

06.45 - 07.30

05.15 - 06.15

06.45 - 07.45

HOWLING BELLS

04.00 - 06.00 HAZY + MC SUPERNOVA JADE

10.30 - 11.30

GRINSPOON

RIOT IN BELGIUM

04.00 - 04.45

KAISER CHIEFS 07.30 - 08.30

ASH

03.00 - 03.45

MUSCLES

09.00 - 10.00

THE CAT EMPIRE

04.45 - 05.30

LOST VALENTINOS EDITORS WILD MARMALADE

06.00 - 07.00

THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS

06.00 - 08.00

10.15 - 11.00

CUT COPY DJs

08.15 - 09.15

PAUL KELLY

CUT COPY DJs

09.45 - 11.00

SARAH BLASKO DAMIEN RICE 08.00 - 10.00

MAGOO

05.00 - 06.30 Modular DJs

08.30 - 09.15

RIOT IN BELGIUM

LILY ALLEN

10.00 - 12.00

JET MORE

FATTY Vs MO

12.00 - 02.00

CAPTAIN KAINE

06.30 - 07.30 07.30 - 09.00 09.00 - 10.00 10.00 - 11.30 11.30 - 12.00 12.00 - 02.00 Darlin’ Neil Down & We Are You Knife Gameboy/ Bandits DJs (Dan (Cut Copy) Wade The Pope Machine Gamegirl De Caires & Kato)

12.30 Chanting 02.00 Bellydancing 04.00 Acrobalance 06.00 Sky Dancers 08.00 Bellydance Cabaret 09.00 Circus Delight 10.30 Indonesian Fusion 12.00 Multi-media Chill 01.00 Indigenous Dance 03.00 Bollywood 05.00Flamenco 07.00 Sassy Salsa 08.45 Indigenous Films 10.00 Indigenous Films 11.45 Indigenous Films

12.00 - 12.45

02.00 - 02.45

THE RIDE

01.00 - 01.45 01.00 - 01.45

TEENAGER DJ SEAN CANDY aka AB

12.30 - 01.15

MELLOW GOLD 12.00 – 02.00

02.30 - 03.15

BUMBLEBEEZ

01.45 - 02.30

HOLLY THROSBY

DJ MARK MURPHY

03.00 - 03.45

02.00 – 04.00

12 - 1.00 1 - 2.00 2 - 3.00 3 - 4.30 DJ Dollamix & DJ Trent DJ Penelope DJ Rock DJ Flashdance Hardache Leisure Hardson

04.00 – 05.30

VORTEX

HOT CHIP DJ Set

DJ MARK MURPHY

04.15 - 05.15

BLOC PARTY

05.45 - 06.45

05.00 - 05.45

MAGNOLIA GOTYE ELECTRIC Co.

MISTA MICHA RUB A DUB + MC RAZ BIN SAM

11 - 12.00 DJ Stevie Starz

04.00 - 05.00

MIDNIGHT JUGGERNAUTS

05.30 – 07.00

07.30 - 08.30

CUT COPY

06.45 - 07.30

FUNKTRUST DJs

07.15 - 08.15

DIRTY THREE 07.00 – 08.30

09.15 - 10.30

HILLTOP HOODS

08.30 - 09.15

FUNKTRUST DJs

05.45 - 06.45

JOSH PYKE

ARCTIC MONKEYS 08.15 - 09.15

SPIDERBAIT

03.15 - 04.00

DJ SEAN CANDY aka AB

09.45 - 11.00

HOODOO GURUS 05.15 - 06.15

KISSCHASY

01.45 - 02.30

06.45 - 07.45

OK GO

03.00 - 03.45

AIRBOURNE

12.15 - 12.45

04.00 - 04.45

EXPATRIATE

08.45 - 10.00

THE SHINS 08.30 – 10.00

DREAM WEAVER ELECTROHOLICS LARRIKIN

4.30 - 5.30 5.30 - 7.30 DJ Noodles Solid Gold Showtime

7.30 - 08.30 DJ Aniki

10.00 - 12.00

LUKE PSYWALKER

08.30 - 11.00 Solid Gold Showtime

12.30 Chanting 02.00 Tribal Circle 04.00 Flamenco 06.00 Sky Dancers 07.45 Indigenous Films 09.00 Indigenous Films 10.30 Aboriginal Dance 01.00 Bollywood 03.00 Bellydancing 05.00 Sassy Salsa 07.00 Bellydance Cabaret 08.15 Hip-Hop 10.00 Von Tramp Puppets 11.30 Closing Ceremony ACTIVITIES SUCH AS MOSHING, CROWD SURFING, CLIMBING AND STAGE DIVING ARE DANGEROUS TO YOURSELF AND OTHERS. PATRONS ENGAGING IN THESE SURFING, STAGE DIVINGELSE ARE IN DANGEROUS YOURSELF OTHERS. PATRONS ENGAGING OR OTHER DANGEROUSACTIVITIES ACTIVITIESSUCH WILL AS BE MOSHING, REMOVED CROWD FROM THE SITE. IFCLIMBING YOU ARE, AND OR SEE SOMEONE TROUBLE, TO HELP THEM ORAND SEEK ASSISTANCE FROM OTHERS.IN THESE OR OTHER DANGEROUS ACTIVITIES WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE SITE. IF YOU ARE, OR SEE SOMEONE ELSE IN TROUBLE, HELP THEM OR SEEK ASSISTANCE FROM OTHERS.

SPLENDOUR ETIQUETTE

(otherwise known as DO’S & DON’T’S!) Here are some important tips to help you enjoy your day. Thanks for taking the time to read this information. Gates open at 11am each day. Passouts available from 2pm. Be prepared to be searched upon entry (including bags). Unfortunately we need to do this and your cooperation is appreciated.PROHIBITED ITEMS – The following items will not be allowed at Splendour: Glass, cans, skateboards, boogie boards, milk/bread crates, chairs (incl. folding, portable, camping), anything studded, weapons of any kind, fireworks, alcohol, illicit drugs, video & tape recording devices, professional still cameras (small still cameras ARE allowed), laser lights, umbrellas, water pistols, any other items considered illegal or dangerous, animals. Please remember to drink lots of water throughout the day. Sealed plastic (no glass) bottles of water are allowed to be brought onto the site. You can get refills from our water tank (see map). Stage diving, crowd surfing & moshing are absolutely prohibited and will not be tolerated. Any patron caught practising this behaviour risks eviction from the site plus a possible fine. St Johns Ambulance, Red Cross Save-A-Mate and Gold Coast Chillout crowd carers will be on site for the duration of the event – if you require assistance refer to the map for locations.To report LOST AND FOUND articles, please go to either of the Info & Inquiries Booths (one inside the festival next to the cloakroom, the other near the campground kiosk). Found items can also be handed to security personnel at the festival entrance. DON’T BE A TOSSER! Please don’t rubbish the Bay. On site, there are separate bins for rubbish and recyclables. Please use the correct bin. Smokers please use the ‘Binyabutt’ canisters that you’ll find at the festival. Splendour’s ECO COPS will also be on patrol making sure that everyone is showing proper respect to the surrounding environment. They’ll let you know if you’re doing something environmentally dodgy, such as pissing in the bushes, throwing ciggy butts on the ground, or dropping food in the recyclables bins. Please take any ‘warning’ in good humour and by all means ask the ECO COPS why the festival has such rules.Check out Splendour’s new recycling station. Who knows, it might even be worth your while to help us recycle. ‘Can do’ attitude required! At the end of the day, travel safely. Use the shuttle bus service to Byron town or stay on footpaths if walking. Please respect our neighbours and the town of Byron Bay. We thank you for your support and hope you have the time of your life at Splendour 2007.

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THE LIVES OF OTHERS Set in East Berlin in 1984, this is about the investigation of a popular playwright, Dreyman, by the Stasi, the notorious secret police. Unbeknownst to him and his partner, the brittle actress Christa-Maria, their apartment is wired and their activities closely monitored by Wiesler, an ofďŹ cer who performs his task with a true believerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s zeal. Wieslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life is lonely and barren, but it begins to turn when ďŹ rst he steals from Dreyman a book by Bertolt Brecht and then, listening through earphones, he becomes immersed in his subjectsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; more humanistic world. He falsiďŹ es his daily reports and fails to inform when a Western contact smuggles in a typewriter which cannot be traced back to Dreyman, who then composes on it an expose of the Republicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shocking suicide rate. The inďŹ&#x201A;ammatory article is collected for publication in Der Spiegel but the incriminating typewriter is left behind (an illogicality in an otherwise intricate and watertight plot) and Wiesler

too comes under suspicion. Performances are faultless, with, as Wiesler, Ulrich MĂźhe subtly winning you over as a man whose moral code is reconstituted in the course of his daily drabness, while Thomas Thieme, the department minister Hempf, creates one of the most repugnant characters seen in cinema for some time. And how boldly European to cast a forty-ďŹ ve year old, Martina Gedeck, in the role of the world-worn but sexy ChristaMaria. Cold, claustrophobic and tense from the outset, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a classic thriller, a savage critique of the authoritarian state and a tragic love story. Writer/director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck might have been tempted to end it with the climactic death of one of his central ďŹ gures, but, so keen is he to tie up the loose ends and leave you with a sense of illumination and hope, he makes two subsequent time jumps â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and a moment of quiet reconciliation a couple of years later. The last scene is slightly telegraphed, but the anticipation you are led to feel

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ARIES: Aries arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t constitutionally suited to being cogs in anyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wheel â&#x20AC;&#x201C; youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rather be driving â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to create operational frameworks that support you. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be so driven this week that you power steer right over people who could be valuable allies.

GEMINI: This weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s people are contradictory: saying one thing and doing the opposite. Refrain from pointing this out though because it wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make any difference â&#x20AC;&#x201C; just align yourself with whatever bit works for you and marvel at the never ending paradox of human nature. CANCER: His uberCancerian Holiness the Dalai Lama often talks about karma: the law of action and reaction â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t about punishment and retribution, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning about cause and effect â&#x20AC;&#x201C; something which could change your circumstances dramatically this week.

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others with your enterprising spirit, general knowledge and undeniable sass. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll enjoy itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s royal performances too â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and mightnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be entirely immune to the occasional thespian display yourself. CAPRICORN: While this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s visuals may be eyecatching, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll need to look deeper than a schmick presentation if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re after staying power â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which being a Capricorn you probably are. But if itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the thrill of the moment youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re into, this is your week. AQUARIUS: With the Sun in the sign of fabulous organizers and event planners, this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tailormade for self publicizing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a time when individuality, ďŹ&#x201A;air and unusual ideas can really work for you. Tread gently and others will willingly give more than you ask for. PISCES: This weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rat race is pretty racey. That said, all sorts of odd turnarounds are possible â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in ďŹ nance, career opportunities, relationships or your own creativity. Someone whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seemed non-user friendly could become a surprisingly helpful ally.

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Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink Picture and story John Campbell Linda McGill was in the news last week for reasons that she would have preferred not to be. A former Olympic and Commonwealth Games swimmer, she had resorted to auctioning off her medals and memorabilia to pay medical expenses incurred over three years of ďŹ ghting cancer. Could there be anything more dispiriting for a sportsperson? Rather than her successes in the pool, I recall her endurance swimming, in which she was a trailblazer. The really weird thing about long distance swimmers is not that they want to put themselves through the ordeal in ďŹ rst place, but that they feel compelled to do it again and again. When Matthew Webb swam the English Channel in 1875 he began one of sportâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most unfathomable rituals. As youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect, being the water babies that we are, Australians are prominent in the ranks of those who have been willing to spend countless hours in the briny with the after-darks and the ďŹ&#x201A;otsam and jetsam of a world full of refuse. It was not until 1965, however, that Linda, at just twenty tender years, became the ďŹ rst from Oz to do it. Banished from international

competition by the Australian Swimming Union after some high jinks at the Tokyo Olympics with Dawn Fraser, she later set a womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s record for the swim of 9 hours and 59 minutes (the menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s was 9.35). Not satisďŹ ed with that, she went on to freestyle her way from Naples to Capri, from Townsville to Magnetic Island, across Lake Ontario, around Manhattan and completed numerous other watery marathons until she retired in 1989.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exhausting just thinking about it. Pushing my own body to the max, last summer I achieved a personal best of twenty-five gruelling laps, but taking into account that my pool is only thirteen metres from one end to the other, my feat was, admittedly, less than Herculean. Or maybe Byronian is a better word. It was the clubfooted poet who famously revived the aquatic masochism in 1810 when he swam from Europe to Asia. It was not as glori-

ous a triumph as it sounds, for the Hellespont at the point where he traversed it is not quite two kilometres wide. He was inspired by the story of Leander, a character from Greek mythology who lived on the wrong side of the strait from his beloved Hero. Every night heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d swim over for a bit of nooky, guided by the torch that she held for him from the top of her tower. Naturally, being a Greek myth, it all ended in tears when Leander perished in a storm and the bereft

Hero threw herself from the tower into the broiling sea. Byron was already a bit of a lad with the ladies and, after towelling down, wrote â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I doubt whether Leanderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s conjugal powers must not have been exhausted in his passage to Paradise.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Channel, between Dover and Calais, is 34 kilometres and I reckon that â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;conjugal powersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; would be the last thing on your mind after dragging yourself ashore, nuts shrunk and coated in grease (what is that stuff, anyway?). If the pursuit demands an element of strangeness in oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s makeup, then Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bull goose loony must surely be the late Des Renford. Like most marathon swimmers, Des did not have the body of an Adonis â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in fact he didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t look athletic at all, but reportedly he was supple enough to touch his toes with his elbows (I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t touch them with my ďŹ ngers). He didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t attempt the swim until his fortieth year, but then proceeded to do it eighteen more times, on one occasion being run over by a hovercraft in the process. Attempting to swim the length of Loch Ness, he passed out in the freezing water and was in intensive care for six hours while doctors thawed him out. But the most awesome efforts would have to be

24 d K Gallard, H Lee, T Barr 12 (L/L). 27/7 Mixed pairs: D/B Martin 27 d C/F Norman 10; r/up B Saric, I Kost 22 d J/E Swain 12; F Patterson, P Wilson 24 d M Battese, J Turner 14 (L/L). 2 Day Minor/Major Pairs Carnival: P Wilson, C Skennar (L H) 5 wins + 44 (45 ends); r/up R/R Burgess (E Lis) 5 Wins = 44 (43 ends); G Reynolds, R Barnes (L H) 5 wins + 40; D Pluis, D Lawler (Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;dong) 4 wins + 15. Mullumbimby Men 25/7: D Ottery, M Brown, T Trivett 21 d S Ridgewell, J Collins, W Hoffman 20; A Johnstone, B Neate, T Johnston 27 d R Gray, A Pyzer, B Gibson 11; B Rose, T Johnston, L Henry 19 d M Hayne, B Elliot, J McKay 15; D Kidby, P Jones, T Batson 25 d S Purdie, B Moore, F Buckley 19; L Boyter, P McDonald, R Philps 26 d A Bartlett, P Thompson, S Dettman 14. Rnd 3 Maj Singles: S Smart, T Batson 27 d B Wark, L Henry 10; R Philp, D Hammond 24 d S Purdie, R Day 21. Social: G Schneider, B McClymont, P Jones 26 d N Lee, C McClymont, J Estreich 13. Final Major Pairs on Sat 11/8. Mullumbimby Women 23/7 Classic 4s O/all: W Fielding Team (Pâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ville); R/up D Buckley Team (Pâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ville); AM Rnd D Guest Team (Bruns); PM Rnd J Towner Team (Mullum); Mystery K Hasson Team (Bruns). 24/7 Social: D Lobb, E Jones, J Beaumont 28 v C Davies, J Lee, G Henry 6; B Reglin, S Brown, J Kidman 25 (r/up) v B Reglin, K Johnstone, B Croft 9; R Thompson, J Towner 23 (winners) v H Robb, K Freeman 13. Ocean Shores Men 23/7 S/S Triples: W Sprengel, C Lee, J Sullivan ; r/up R Campbell, K Hosie, R Roberts; Chooks: A Spice, L Enright, P Earl ; Other winners: D Hammond, R James, G Jansen; K Farrell, B McLachlan, P Tornaros. 28/7 Social: K Farrell, T Warr, L Campbell; r/up L Enright, R James, C Lee. Triples 1st Semi: J Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Anson, D Matheson, S Pratt d R Ellis, R Roberts, T Mason 28/17. Ocean Shores Women 25/7 Highest Margin: K Farrell, K George, S Iverson d J Berry, E Hill, M James; M Oliver, M Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Halloran, W Sprengel d N Russell, D Grant, M Flesser; H Gates, J Bartlett, N Gartner (rink winners) d B Stone, C Timewell, S Burgess. 27/7 Highest No Ends: N Russell, J M Quirke, W Bird d E Hill, P Campbell, D Grant; M Flesser, J Bartlett d F Crowder, S Burgess; R Kirkland, M McConville d L Wollington, M James; B Stone, J Williams, G Johnston d L Bland, M Hosie, V Balfour; Consistency N Gartner 155 d T Warr 145. 25/7 Maj Singles: L Mason d G Johnston.

BRIDGE Brunswick Valley/Ocean Shores 25/7 O S: N/S 1st gross and net: R Pedicini/J Selleck; 2nd gross and net: P Keyte/P Sullivan. E/W: 1st gross and 2nd net: P Quirke/R Keyte; 2nd gross and 1st net: L Baldwin/P Witts. 23/7 Bruns Valley: N/S 1st gross and net: J Wright/D Gall; 2nd gross and net: B Simons/J Selleck. E/W 1st gross and net: M Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Halloran/P Baldwin; 2nd gross: D Grant/F Patterson; 2nd net: E Hollick/B Longmore. 28/7: N/S 1st gross and net: R Fox/I Homfray; 2nd gross: D Dare/C Johnson; 2nd net: P Keyte/E Hollick; E/W 1st gross and net: K Westall/C Wellings; 2nd gross: B Simons/J Selleck; 2nd net: S Easterbrook/B Powell. DARTS Brunswick Valley Rnd 5 8/8: Workers v Homeless; Off the Board v Shafters; Bye WCDs. Rnd 6 15/8: Shafters v Homeless; WCDs v Workers; Bye Off the Board. GOLF Mullumbimby Ladies 2/8 Stroke Medal Seeded Draw: Div 2 1st Tee; 9am R Wilson, L Siddall, A Moser; 9.06 K Thomson, J Beer, G Poynting; 9.12 B Woolnough, F Brooker, M Davey; 9.18 E Leclere, J Ball, T Batson; 9.24 B James, F Hayden, H Hammond; 9.30 A Smith, E Walker, G Smith. Div 1 10th Tee; 9am F Gannell, G Lynn, J Neate; 9.06 S Kosaka, N Carsburg, F Booth; 9.12 M Essery, N Dwyer, L Riches; 9.18 M Crichton, M Allan, M Bertoli; 9.24 R Manley, R Slogrove, G Redman; 9.30 B Mules, L Walker, P Montgomery; 9.36 C Lindsay. Table: R Wilson/J Neate. Mullumbimby Men 25/7 Single Stab: G Smith 42 c/b; r/up S Carey 42; NTP 9th A Lumsden 3.12m (7 balls), 12th J Williams. 28/7 Single par: K Myers +6 c/b; r/up G Millard +6. NTP: 5th C Donaldson 1.7m, 9th D Mackay 1.7m, 12th A Jordan Brown 1.48m 17th S Carey 3.22m; Gundies Mug K Myers. Ocean Shores Ladies 24/7 Stab: Div 1 A Slater 33 c/b; r/up J Neate 33 c/b; Div 2 B Simons 36; r/up M Ianson 35 c/b; Div 3 K Howard 25; r/up D Devir 34; NTP Div 1 P Keenan; Div 2 D Cole; Div 3 M Clarke; vouchers to 31 c/b; 9 hole comp S Lundie; Fisher and Paykel B Simons 36. 26/7 18 hole Stab: J Racine 37; r/up C Blacker 34; vouchers to 33. Sat Div 1: R Rogers; r/up J Mitchell; NTP C Coates; vouchers to 32. Ocean Shores Vets 26/7 4BBB Stab Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;tain v Pres day: J Price, T Johnston 51; r/up I Opperman, (swinger) 49

c/b; A Phillips, G Henry 49. NTP: 3rd h/c 0 to 19 D Fitzgerald, 17th P Conaghan; Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;tains Pin C Godsmark; Gorilla award h/c 0 to 19 B Cox; h/c 20+ I Opperman. Scrubbers Ball: T Cornell/T Richardson. Captains Team 12 wins; Presidents Team 6 wins. NETBALL Brunswick/Byron 4/8 Rnd 11 Draw: 12 noon; Table Byron Bay; Hard Court set up Beauties. Canteen: 12 to 12.30 Byron Bay; 1.30 to 4pm Main Arm. 4pm Tidy up Bay Bratz. 12.30pm Netta (duty Funky Monkeys): crt 7 Blueberries v Bay Bubbles, ump Bay Bubbles; crt 8 Mermaids v Bumblebees, ump Mermaids; crt 9 Mudcrabs v Funky Monkeys, ump Mudcrabs; crt 11 Angelfish v Bay Beaches, ump Bay Beaches. 12.30pm 12 and under: crt 1 Fiesty Fish v Squishies, ump Rosie O/Ashleigh Sh.; crt 3 Seastars v Mullum Mites, ump Bonnie/ Maddy Bromwich; crt 6 Breakers v Beauties, ump Hayley W/Tess Cooney. 1.45: crt 1 Bay Blitz v Bellas, ump Jo L/Brooke W; crt 2 Coctails v Youngsters, ump Sandra/Jodie H; crt 3 Sharks v Bay Bondz, ump Taveners/Barracudas; crt 4 Mudslide v Bay Babes, ump Anika/Georgina. 3pm: crt 1 Giants v Seahorses, ump Narelle/Kellie H; crt 2 Bay Bratz v Cocopops, ump Bellas/Ella N; crt 3 Bay Blues v Dolphins, ump Youngsters/ Coctails; crt 4 Taverners v Barracudas, ump Bellas/Bay Blitz; crt 6 Fruitloops v Clueless, ump Brooke/Mollie H; Bye Classics. RUGBY UNION Brunswick Valley Juniors No wins in any of the 5 ages groups; all sides (except U14s) remain in semi final contention. Fees must be paid before semi finals in 3 weeks. Mullumbimby/Ocean Shores Wins against Southern X Uni; 3rd grade 50 to 0; reserve grade 52 to 0. Next week Moonshiners have a Bye before final round against Casino. SOCCER Brunswick Heads Juniors 28/7 Games: Bruns Pizza Shop U6 Bears; Great game especially from Shaun. Bruns Pharmacy U7 Bilbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s; Played really well. Bruns Supermarket U8 Bullfrogs; All played well. U9s Bruns Barracudas 2 d Shores United Sharks 1. Bruns Hot Bread â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bakeryâ&#x20AC;? U10 Breakers; Sat Game Mullum 0 v Bruns 3. Sun Game O/Shores 1 v Bruns 0. SQUASH Brunswick Heads 1/8 Rnd 1 Bus Houses Teams Comp: Potato Works v OS Bakery; B Trivett v S Koop, I Bissett

v J Gribble, A Li v W Ferrier, S Moon v L Miller, Jeff Heers v F King. Bruns Pharmacy v Byron Trophies; B Staff v G Davis, T Wood v P Hill, C Pearce v R King, J Miller v D Wraight, S Truesdale v M Isbister. Bruns Blinds v Cantyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Surveyors; D Bird v S Thompson, D Runciman v M Ottery, G Kaminski v C Booth, J Nicolson v M Stratton, S Bruyn v T Mason. Bruns Smash Repairs v OS Glass; S Sleep v M Underwood, C Ashworth v C Walsh, C Staff v R James, J Heers v C Johnston, M Wallace v J Moodie. 6/8 Rnd 3 Byron Health Foods Comp: Div 1; 5pm L Powell v G Davis, B Staff v B Trivett, A Brooker Bye. Div 2; 5pm M Cassidy v G Kaminski, I Bissett v S Koop, C Walsh v J Gribble; 6pm M Ottery v D Runciman. Div 3; 5pm A Thomas v A Li, R Draper v S Moon, M Rogers v C Pearce; 6pm D Wraight v R King. Div 4; 5pm B Alander v A Booth, T Mason v M Hazelwood Ross, Jeff Heers v S Truesdale, M Isbister v D Williams. A Brooker Bye. To play phone 6685 1794. TABLE TENNIS Mullumbimby 26/7: Marcus 4/4, Chris 2/4, Mark 2/4, Shane 2/4. Coaching available. Enquiries to Werner 66803915 or Greg 0427 788 773. TENNIS Mullumbimby Competition: Ladies rnd 7; Div 1 Pet Clarks 33 d Connie Francis 36, Helen Shapiro 34 d Cilla Blacks 22; Div 2 Marianne Faithfulls 34 d Little Patties 20, Brenda Lees 35 d Judy Stones 32. Men rnd 8; Dean Martins 43 d Tony Bennetts 32, Frank Sinatras 48 d Perry Comos 17. Mixed rnd 8; Bob Dylans 66 d Elvis Presleys 33, Del Shannons drew Gene Pitneys 49 each. Enquiries Jeanie 6680 4353w or 6680 1330h. VOLLEYBALL Brunswick Heads 31/7 Rnd 14 J V Towing Comp: 6pm Dragons v Lounge Lizards, Hit and Run v No Mercy, Wild Ones v Brewers, duty Powers Gold; 7pm Silver Bullets v Ballistic, Powers Gold v Flash, I Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Care v Triple Zero, duty Wild Ones. 2/8 Rnd 15 OS True Value Hardware Comp: 6pm Kaos.Com v Tripods, Barefoot Bandits v Bolters, Comeback Kids v Adams Family, duty Red Frogs; 7pm Amazons v Exodia, Chilli Twist v Hot and Sweaty, Volleys v Red Frogs, Asthmatics Bye, duty Comeback Kids. To play phone 6685 1794, beginners welcome.

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Sports Roundup with John Campbell Dozy Giants run down Cougars

John Campbell You could not have scripted a poorer half of rugby league than Mullumbimby’s first forty minutes against Casino on Saturday night. The Giants let the ball bounce out from the kick off and before the completion of the first set of the game they found themselves behind 6-0 after the Cougars’ lock brushed aside some ineffective tackling for an alarmingly easy try. Ten minutes later the visitors were in again when their halfback skipped through flimsy defence, chipped ahead and beat the full back to the ball. 12-zip and Mullum looked like they had overdosed on pills that were the exact opposite to those gobbled down in the Tour de Farce. Knock-ons abounded, they were slow to get to the scrum and appeared confused in their attacking options. Nobody was surprised when they bungled a cross field bomb and went further behind. At 16-0 the boys looked like an outfit that has

not played much together – which is not a million miles from the mark. Two forfeits and a bye leave a big hole in the forging of a team’s esprit de corps. With half-time looming, the busy Travis Draught snatched a try which he duly converted and, after a dust up involving nearly everybody and which took the ref a ridiculously long time to adjudicate on, the Blue and Golds went to the break not totally demoralised. ‘Come on you pigs, get some mongrel in ya!’ was the eloquent cry from one frustrated punter in the outer as the side returned to the field and, sure enough, that’s exactly what they did. The talk was better and the hits more stinging. After impressive lead up work from prop Rick Oxley, whose mighty effort was beyond reproach all night, Troy Johnstone got a try and at 16-12 it was game on. Not long after, tyro Jy Hitchcock scored an exhilarating solo try when he received the ball on halfway

and ran about eighty metres to cover the fifty, evading a horde of lunging maroon jerseys on his way to touching down under the posts. The mob in the bleachers loved it and having hit the front, 1816, the Giants might have expected to coast home. But the Cougars weren’t done with yet and jagged back the lead with a try in the corner and a great conversion. The needle that led to the fisticuffs earlier resurfaced and the cantankerous Casino number 12 was sin binned for getting stuck into the smaller Hitchcock. The vocal crowd gave him what for as he made his sullen walk to the sheds and a contest that had been lacklustre to begin with was suddenly on the razor’s edge. A bone chilling dampness from the river made itself felt as the Giants upped the ante and, with further tries to Draught and Brett Whitton, they got the money with a 30-22 scoreline. But they did it the hard way.

A little girl’s dream within reach When she was seven years old, Rachel Cooper, after watching the Australian women’s soccer team on television, tugged on her mother Suzanne’s dress and told her with all the surety in the world, ‘Mum, I want to be a Matilda.’ Rachel, a former student of Mullumbimby High, is now on the verge of fulfilling that ambition. She started playing football when she was eight and immediately showed that her desire to get to the top level and play for the national side might not be such a fanciful idea after all. At thirteen she was thrust into the nerve-wracking role of goalkeeper and she has not looked back since. Last year Rachel won selection in the Australian Schoolgirls side and was a key contributor on their successful tour of Britain and Ireland where she honed her skills and forged lasting friendships. Now she has been named in the squad of Young Matildas which will soon be off to Hong Kong for a mini tour nament of three matches, including two

against the highly regarded South Koreans. For young women who wish to make a career of their chosen sport, the glass ceiling in Australia is pretty well unbreakable, so if Rachel is to play football professionally she will ultimately need to find a gig in the lucrative American or

The not so old men and the sea The ocean, acting as it so often does as a fountain of eternal youth, has seen local surfers doing well at the recently concluded State Masters and Womens Titles at Port Macquarie’s Town Beach. The event ‘turned on’ for the duration with 1.5-3m

right handers for all to weave some magic in. The girls were the standout division, impressing judges, spectators and peers alike. Of special note was Jenny Boggis of Lenox Head, scoring 19.8 out of a possible 20 in her semi final.

Geckos foreclose on Bankers

Brian Mollet Cricket, like vegemite, is derided as an abomination by the uninitiated, most of whom have only sniffed at the jar. The Nick Shand Memorial series is to many the moment when that vegemite is spread on hot toast and served with a poached egg. Sunday’s action was between last year’s champs, the thoroughbred Geckos, and bush brumbies, the Left Bankers. Derek of the Geckos won the toss and chose to bat. New ball bowlers Cameron and Russell lived up to the name Bankers by charging in and giving nothing away. Adam and Toby, the Geckos openers, got the score to 18 but, like undercover narcs, were keen to push the

score. Ocean Shores contingent James, Ed and Beau nabbed a wicket each to deflate the top order. Dependable as death, taxes and a morning stiffy, Simon teamed up with the hard hitting Matt to steer the ship from the rocks. Matt launched balls over the boundaries like RPG’s, his mandatory retirement brought in Ryan who kept the score bouncing along like a hyped up doof dancer. After the shaky start the Geckos were well placed at the close with 136 on the board. Bankers opener Beau savaged the bowling like a feral dog in a flock of lambs, tearing chunks off the required total. Matt stepped up for the Geckos, his nippy outswingers claimed three scalps in

the middle of the innings to keep the game on an even keel. Russell of the bankers took more form into the game than a desk clerk at D.S.S. and like Madonna’s boyfriend spanked it round with impunity. Just when it seemed he would win the game for his team he was called in for retirement at 30 runs, and in a thrilling finish the Bankers’ lower order fell only 4 runs short of the win. It was a cruel blow for the Bankers who did everything except win on the day, but they can take heart in their performance. With splendour dominating the social landscape this weekend, the Geckos take on Main Arm in two weeks time to decide who will go through to the finals undefeated.

European leagues. But that’s still a way down the track for the girl from Goonengerry. Currently studying in Sydney at the NSW Institute of Sport, Rachel’s determination is bound to see her win further honours. Picture courtesy of Soccer Down Under Magazine.

Crankin Byron Bay Boardriders

Jenny was outstanding all weekend and claimed victory in the Senior Women’s (28/ Over) against seasoned veterans and she will now compete at the Australian Titles in September. Max Perrot (Lennox Head) placed 2nd in the Grand Masters to long time rival Rod Baldwin and also secured his Australian Titles berth. Neil Freddo Cameron (Byron Bay, pictured) placed 2nd to Glen Sharrock (Newcastle) and made the State Team in the Over 50’s division. Kellie O’Brien (Lennox Head) placed 4th in the Master Womens Final. The standard of surfing was sensational in all divisions. Full results can be found at w w w. surfingaustralia.com.au. Photo by Kellie O’Brien.

what’s happening surfside

Cheeseman, Daniel Pinter, Wes Bannister, Nick Timms, Izen Darsana, Dom SulliNext club round is Sunday, van, Conrad Rees. Keep an August 11. Our away round eye out for the social event is on Sept 1 and 2. Staddy of the year coming up soon. Teams Challenge is on Oct 20-21. Congratulations to Bodyboarding, our grommets who headed Queensland Titles up to the High Performance Round 3 of QAB, held at Centre. They included Lana Broken Head on Saturday, Parkes, Coco Allen, Maddie July 21. After a very long King, Sam Steinhaurer, day, the QLD state team was Robert Docking, Zira determined with over a third O’Gaia, Kurt Laming, Jake coming from the Byron

Shire. Local placegetters: Cadets; Casey Robinson 4th. Juniors; Jack Cerne 1st. Open; Kristian Gerathy 1st, Daniel Petterson 2nd and Taurey Witsel 4th. Dropknee; Grant Writer 1st, Ben Gray 2nd. For QLD Champions: Cadets; Casey Robinson 4th. Juniors; Ryan Wakefield 2nd, Jack Cerne 3rd. Open; Taurey Witsel 1st, Jason Milham 4th. Dropkee; Grant Writer 1st, Ben Gray 2nd.


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BRUNSWICK VALLEY LOCKSMITHS Shirewide ..................................... 66771550 or 0412 144679

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ADAM THE COMPUTER GUY .................................................................. 0439 587858 or 66850136

OH HANG IT OH POT IT Fresh local flowers & plants. Deliveries ........................................... 66842557

BYRON COMPUTER SERVICES .......................................................................................0404 314282

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

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HAIR & BEAUTY ALLURE BODYWAXING Suffolk Park ...............................................................................0403 417508

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WILSONS EXHAUST & SUSPENSION ................................................................................ 66856925

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CHIROPRACTOR Andrew Badman & Steve Fosterâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; low force ............................................... 66858553

PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATION SERVICES All languages ................................................. 66847994

MICHAEL SCHWAGER Chiropractor 108 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ........................................ 66841962

TRANSLATION SERVICES NAATI Certified German, English. Linda Wiederkehr .................. 66803968

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BRUNSWICK HOLISTIC DENTAL CENTRE .......................................................................... 66851264

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

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

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

MULLUMBIMBY DENTAL CENTRE 100 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ........................................ 66842644

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


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The poetry of still life: fast, accurate realism. South Australian artist Roland Weight $240. August 4,5,6 - 20% disc locals. Phone 66871256

TANTRIC MASSAGE - Heal sexual issues. Phone Anna 0422252676

COUNSELLING

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Mac Computers in Comfort Call Bettjoy 66803497

G4 APPLE eMac, 512Mb, DVD burner & software, $750. 0410319274

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Websites arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t newspapers! Your webcopy made short, neat & sweet Call 66804331 or 0408333282

WASHING MACHINE auto $140, fridge 2 door $250. 0413589388 GARDEN SHEDS Discount prices, slab & erection service. Ph 66841674, 0405922839

TYAGARAH MULCH Bales $4. BH 66844242

COMPOST TOILETS Garry Scott â&#x20AC;˘ 66843468

TRAMPOLINES, REPLACEMENT MATS & parts, a variety of pool tables in different sizes & accessories. Phone 66851624, mobile 0409851624

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MODERN RETRO, genuine leather lounge suite, 1 x 3 seater, 1 single, new $3500, MUST sell, $790. Ph 0421965097 DOUBLE BED $100 ono including base. Ph 0422559691 OVERLOCKER. Shoe making machine, lute, clarinet. 93L Series Subaru. Minnkota elec outboard boat + 50hp + trailer all reg. 66844573, 0422084329 LARGE Everdure Brigadere 25mj gas heater, near new $800. Ph 0417238403 ROLAND VS 1880 HDD recorder $1150. Phone 66801973 HORSE FEED MULLUM Hay from $21each, Chaff from $30each. Call Chris on 0434364689 Compacted Boss loop station RC-20 $400 hardly used 0416127342

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$100 trailer lots; New varieties Federal 66849276

QUALIFIED TEACHER ďŹ&#x201A;exible hours & weekends. Refs avail. First Aid Cert. Ph Shelagh 66870465, 0402142117

BLANK DVDs CDs & Mini DV tapes BRIDGLANDS

FOR HIRE BACKHOE HIRE/4WD John Coe â&#x20AC;&#x201C; All excavations Ph 66841576, mobile 0408841576

HALLS FOR HIRE EWINGSDALE HALL AVAILABLE for your function. Ph 66847706 AH

TRADEWORK LANDSCAPING & PAVING Blue Clay Pty Ltd License #184840C. Call Kris 0418690340

Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Handy Service Gutter cleaning. Rubbish removal. All household repairs. Ph 0408628130

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LATEX Mattresses

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FRENCH PROVINCIAL styled amoires, 2 limewashed, 1 natural, $1000, $1200, $1950 ono. Metal 2 tiered fountain, $550 ono. Pink marble 2m x 1m table top, slight damage, $250 ono. Ph 0412847626

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TRAMPOLINES

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ANTIQUE FURNITURE drop side table, wardrobe, bookcase, sideboard, potplants etc. Offers Ph 66871772, 0414768634

LP RECORDS Good condition. Phone Matt 66841634

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BANGALOW PALMS mature trees, 3-7 metres high, all 50% off. 0431018883

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BOATS & MARINE ALUM BOAT 3.95M, Mariner 15HP, trailer and accessories, less than 30hrs use, as new $3400. Ph 66843205

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EWINGSDALE, lovely 1brm furn unit incls b/band, $250 pwk. Phone 66847610

BYRON lge room, close to town & bch, big views, sunny $140pw + bills, n/s. Ph 0415045867

SUNRISE 2BR townhouse, fully-furn, self-cont, private garden, dog friendly. Phone 0421701140

BYRON f-furn rm avail, suit quiet working mature female, n/s, d/f, $150 + bills + bond. Ph 66855475, 0429194912 AH

BYRON 1br furnished apartment, avail Splendour, suit couple. Ph 0403022356

BYRON timber house, large decks, palm gardens, private sep room, working person only, $130pw. Ph 0438856651

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HOUSES FOR SALE NEW 2BR house in Huonbrook $569,000 timber/carpet ďŹ&#x201A;oors, verandahs, views, dble carport, spa bath, 20mins to Mullum. Ph. Tanis 66840484. domain.com.au ID 2006590339 PERMANENT on-site, mobile home & solid annex, 2br, ensuite, open plan kitchen, lounge, 2 verandahs, lovely gardens & paving, sunny position, $80,000. Phone 0401226121 BALLINA EAST beaut 3br western red cedar pole house $525000. Ph 66867678 SPACIOUS 2 STOREY DOUBLE BRICK 5br/rumpus + s-cont apart. 5 acres Coolamon Scenic. Ocean & valley views. Home business & horse prop. Ph 66843143 / www.house-for-sale.com.au

CARAVANS & CABINS from $195pw. Apply in person to Byron Bay Tourist Village, Ewingsdale Road.

HOUSECARER Local loving female. Experienced/reliable. Refs. 0415167284

SWAP my unit in Coolum, Sunshine Coast for place in Byron/surrounds from October, up to six months, work related reasons. Phone Julie 0413440788

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BYRON large sunny mod house, share bthrm with 1 other, 3 in house, 30+ work person, $160pw incl. Ph 0405809704 LUSH LARGE private room, no bond, working person $125pw all incl. 66846049 STH GOLDEN BCH pvte gdn unit n/s veg.pref wkg $120pw . Ph 0427668040 BYRON 15 min walk to CBD, 2br, 1 furn, share with couple, n/s, no kids/pets. Sgl $130pw, dbl $170pw. Ph 0402511177 LENNOX HEAD sunny beach-front apt, heart of village, bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band, 1 room, n/s $120pw + bond. Phone 0401287863

BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK beautiful modern home, 2 rooms with BIR, verandah $125pw each, n/s, d/f, kids ok. Phone 66859895,0428659348

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LIVE-IN NANNY Byron, 10 min walk to town & beach, beautiful sunny room in quiet veg drug/smoke/alcohol free household. 0418263396

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

LEFT BANK RD s-c rustic studio, share bathroom, rainforest, working person pref, no pets, n/s, $140pw + gas & elect. Jain or Gaby 66844409/0423583886

VERY BIG ROOM + sunroom $140pw plus bills. Rustic farmhouse on 36 acres, St Helena, fab ocean views, bâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;band, n/s, d/f, no pets, f/t working or student. Phone 0412722919

BOTTLEBRUSH CRES. Suffolk $95pw, avail from 15/8 till 15/12. Share with 3 fun & friendly people! Ph 0404274820 anytime.

OCEAN SHORES pool and garden with ocean views to share with artist. 2 br, private bath and kitchenette. Conscious, creative, ns, vego type who loves music. Sorry no kids. $200pw includes elect and internet. 0416127342 BANGALOW, large room in newly renovated house, close to town, big deck, suit employed 25yr +, $150pw incl most bills. Call Dave on 0412765614

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OCEAN SHORES 1/2 house own living area & bathroom great views pool, quiet n/s employed $180pw + bills 66842477 (bh) 66801254 66841379 (ah) SUNRISE $150pw + bond, no bills, share with 1 fem + 1 cat. Ph 0431678648 SUFFOLK PARK 1 br fun friendly house, fern gulley forest $115pw + bills + bond. Fem preferred. 0431556544, 0418793001 SUNRISE 3 rooms furn, single $135, couple $220pw, no bills. Ph 0401302343 LENNOX room, close to beach & shop for worker or student. $110pw. 040187899

From a month to a year... â&#x20AC;˘ right in town â&#x20AC;˘ single / double / studio â&#x20AC;˘ fully furnished rooms â&#x20AC;˘ from $100pw no bills phone 0421 925 531

2 ROOMS in large house in Suffolk $120/ room. Phone 66859952 SUNRISE furn room, lovely, close to shops, beach $135pw no bills 66808847 MYOCUM to share with 1 other. Large private area incl. 2br, lounge & bathroom, n/s. $200pw + bond + bills. Ph 66846814

MULLUM 2 br unit, cbd $240pw. Phone 66801643 SUFFOLK s-c studio, mature working n/s quiet $155pw + bills. Ph 0431451244 OCEAN SHORES 3br, 2bthrm house, private, pool, views, close to beach/shops + lawn maint, $420pw. Ph 0412902082 POSSUM CREEK large 3br, 2 bathrm home, huge ofďŹ ce or ent. room, pool, stunning views, secluded 10 acres, 12 min to Byron beaches, gardener incl. $620pw. Phone 0416155174 BYRON self-cont room, own entrance, shower, w-c, kitchen, 2 mins walk CBD & beach $180pw. Ph 0415092964 COORABELL COOLAMON SCENIC DRIVE stunning Byron Lighthouse, ocean views. Spotless 3bdr home, 1/2 acre lawns maintained. $450pw. 0415152151 SKINNERS SHOOT, 3br house, avail Aug 8 to Oct 11, close to town, quiet, beautiful view, $350pw + bond. Ph 66807155 POSSUM CK, stunning 1br home, suit quiet, mature, female/working cple, vego, n/s, no kids/pets, $320pw. Ph 66871825 COOPERS SHOOT rustic country cottage, working couple only, part-furn, $300pw. Call or sms 0405055615 NTH OCEAN SHORES 3br, 2 bathrm, DLUG, fenced, PET FRIENDLY, near beach, avail 5/8 $360pw. Ph 0405463374 SUFFOLK BEACHSIDE s/c studio, quiet garden setting $180pw incl. Suit working person, no pets. Phone 0408651741

BYRON, unfurnished studio avail for n/s, working person, female preferred, avail mid Aug, $190pw + elect. 66857945 NTH OCEAN SHORES renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d 3br house, DLUG, ďŹ replace, $340pw. 66803274 4 BEDROOM house, un-furn, $390pw + bond, Coorabell, views to Byron, 6 mth lease, refs essential. 0428555561 /#%!.3(/2%3 sBRDUPLEX BATH FENCEDYARD CLOSE TOSHOPSPW!VAIL./7 sBR$,5' OVERLOOKINGGOLFCOURSE PW!VAIL sBRTOWNHOUSE CLOSETOGOLFCOURSE SHAREPOOLPW!VAIL "25.37)#+(%!$3 sBRSINGLEGARAGE FENCEDYARDPW

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BANGALOW lovely tree-top home 4br, 2 bathroom, dual air-con, dishwasher, refurbished, quiet, walk to town $450pw. Phone 66870517 or 0439313933 BANGALOW f-furn with views 1br, 1bthrm cottage, dual air-con, dishwasher, walk to Bangalow, ideal retreat for single person $350pw. Ph 66870517 or 0439313933 BEACHSIDE LIVING 3BR Modern house, 2 bathrooms, DLUG in a gated community, $390pw. Fax details to Karni on 66845127 SKINNERS SHOOT Byron Bay close to town. 1br cabin, no pets, d/f $180pw. Short/longterm. Ph 66857652 or 0412818563

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TRANQUIL spacious home in the forest close to Mullum & O. Shores, creative ambience pref 40+ working fem $170. incl elec + bond, avail now. Ph. 66803184 SKINNERS SHOOT Byron Bay close to town, single room avail for working person in fun together household, female pref. n/s, d/f $115pw incl. Short/long term 66857652 or 0412818563

BYRON, fully furnished studio, new & private, $250pw. Ph 66856647

BYRON LARGE 1BR APARTMENT Austar, pool, $280pw. Byron Lakeside. 66809244

UPPER MAIN ARM private rural house, 3br, views, long lease $370pw. Phone 66845474

EXP FEMALE AVAIL will lovingly care for home, house, pets. 0431428162 FIO

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

FERN BEACH / NTH OCEAN SHORES new, spacious, sunny, quiet 1br, selfcont, fully-furn garden ďŹ&#x201A;at, bush views, minutes walk to beach, suit single, mature working, n/s, female, no pets, $210pw incl utilities + bond & refs. Ph 66802993

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GUEST HOUSE on acreage, newly built, magniďŹ cent views, large deck, s-w pool, pets ok, $300pw. Michael 0421738352

SUFFOLK GARDEN FLAT near beach, suit, n/s, single or couple, $220pw incl elec & broadband. Ph 66853502

FOREST RETREAT close to Mullum amazing house, f-f, ďŹ replace, on 5 acres for 2.5 months $300pw. 0401033121

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HAPPY HOME in the hills $125pw + bills + bond share with 1 female worker n/s, d/ f veg. Ph 66849458 ah

SPLENDOUR ROOMS, close to festival, Sunrise, bikes! sngle $60 per night p/ per, dble $50 per night p/per. 0401302343

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LENNOX half house/bath, LUG, close beach $120pw 66874248, 0417691117

SPLENDOUR Join the fun! Fab room, champers & brekky, sgl/dbl, $95pp daily. Phone 0408151742

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;93 HOLDEN BARINA 1.3L 5sp. man. no rust, new tyres reliable reg. Oct, good econ. quick sale $1700ono. Ph 66846661

PEUGEOT 505 manual, exc cond, $2500ono. Call 0423917418/66849156

LENNOX prefer female to share with 1 other person in lovely 4br home. Nice place, great space $150pw. Ph Andrew 66877674 or 0412558890

WORKING FEM. Bed/En-suite 15mins from BB $150. Ph 0432339470

3 BEDROOM APARTMENT Fully-furnished $400pw 3 Month Lease Byron Lakeside 66809244

DAIHATSU FEROZA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94 4WD to sell by 14/8 $5000 ono. Ph 0417111445

VOLVO â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;85 stn wgn reg. end Aug best offer. Ph 66853719

POSSUM CK, room with ensuite, quiet on 10 acres, $120pw + bills. 66871474

BYRON in town, f-furn, $100pw single or $150pw double, incl bills, travellers welcome. Phone 0403766701

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BYRON, 2 rooms to rent close to town, working persons only, share with 1 other, $170pw, $200pw couple. 0402162042

SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH large loft 10x10m, beachside $120pw+ bond + water + elec. Refs. 66802418

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS funky, sleeps 7, Sunrise Beach, Friday pm to Monday am, $1000. Ph 66808503

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COME HOME TO luxury & convenience, Ocean Shores $150pw. 66803497

MULLUM new large semi self-cont room in old Mullum home for single motivated working person. $125pw no bills + bond. Ph 66843205

BYRON STUDIO - town, $20pn, clean, quiet, furnished, avail now. 0409062074

BYRON, f-furn dbl room in lovely cottage, 2 min beach & shops. 0401812178 pm

QUALITY RETAIL STORE clothing, gifts, homewares. Main St Mullumbimby priced to sell. 0415778962

BYRON room in lge house + views 4 semi pro w/p lge garden $160pw bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band all inc. 66809261 Phone 66809261

WILSONS CREEK share with 1 other, clean, tidy male in 2br cottage or poss rent whole house. Private garden, 5 min Mullum $140pw. 66844496, 0435046005

SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH nice room in huge house 2min beach, bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;band, for tidy relaxed working n/s person $140pw. 0438910689

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FOOD FOR LIFE Successful food van, 3 markets per month. Solid year round trade. Genuine enquiries only - 0423697528

ROOM in 3br townhouse 4 min walk to Clarkes Beach, avail 8/8, $150pw + exp. Ph 66854683 or 0418562414

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Byron Shire Echo July 31, 2007, 2007 47

www.echo.net.au BRUNSWICK HEADS beach ďŹ&#x201A;at 2br next door to park, river, beach, CBD no pets $200pw. Short/longterm. Ph 66857652 or 0412818563 UPPER MAIN ARM 3br house on small acreage, large covered verandah, nice yard, s/c wood ďŹ re, $300pw avail now. Short/longterm. Ph 66857652 or 0412818563 EXCLUSIVE Mountain Retreat, 2br, f-furn & equipped, $600pw. Ph 0419840184

BYRON BAY small factory unit in Banksia Drive, 22sqm, $90pw + GST. Phone 66871197 or 0413406156

CURVES at Byron Bay is looking for a part-time, positive, enthusiastic lady, including Saturday 8am. Ph 66807450

SPACE AVAIL classes, events, work shops. Durrumbul Hall. 66761805

WALL/FLOOR TILER, 1st year apprentice, must have license & car, Byron area. Ph 0428552333

BYRON BAY SHOP / OFFICE SPACE WITH CHARACTER for rent in Marvel Street. Central location, huge space, 5 large rooms, kitchen, bathroom & ample car parking. 7 month sub-lease available. $750pw or nearest offer. Phone 0410343646

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS for Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sushi, part/full-time, excellent working conditions. Fax resume to 66858294. JOINER/HANDYMAN to build wooden bth vanity with wood top. Ph 66872208

BEACHFRONT Suffolk Park, exotic 3br, f-furn residence, set in tropical gardens, incl self-cont garden studio, avail 22/08, $580pw. Phone 0429729466

MULLUMBIMBY shop/ofďŹ ce or treatment room in Stuart Street Arcade, $220pw. Phone 66801643

BEAUTY/MASSAGE THERAPIST Rostered hours, beautiful spa, great working environment. Fax resume to 66808960

BYRON BAY $650pw neg. Newly renovated, f-furn house. 4BR, 2 bath, 2 separate living & kitchen areas, walk to town, 3 months lease. Ph 0439796187

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EXPERIENCED CLEANERS required for beautiful holiday rental. Attention to detail a must. Fax resume to 66808960.

BEACHFRONT Suffolk Park, spacious 2br unit, $280pw. Phone 0429729466 LENNOX HEAD super 4br house DLUG quiet, ocean views, $450pw Ph 66867878 2 BR open plan, BIG deck, views, parking, 3km to Mullum. Upstairs dwelling in dual occ. Private separate entrance & amen. $225pw + bond. Suit quiet wk people. Pref veg 66846170, 0411862779 SOLAR CABIN 10 mins from Mullumbimby 2br suit couple $160pw. Ph 02 82068860 HOUSE FOR RENT country, bush, f-furn 4bm, 2bthrm lge living space 2 water holes, acreage, comes with dog, chook + rooster $320pw neg. 3-6mths Ph 0428666026 GOONENGERRY Lush self contained studio on land $150pw. Call 66849437 MULLUM one room studio with en-suite & deck, quiet, n/s, working fem, $160pw + exp. Phone 66841415 3BR, DLUG, Lilli Pilli, Byron Bay, working persons or family preferred, $450pw, lease neg. Please call 0266807295. RENOVATED spacious 3 bdrm house with sep studio, open plan kitchen, timber ďŹ&#x201A;oors & decks on beautiful property, 5 min Mullum $420pw. Ph 0415786408 BRUNSWICK HEADS: 1 Brm furnished ďŹ&#x201A;at $175pw, 2 Brm 1st ďŹ&#x201A;oor ďŹ&#x201A;at $210 pw. Ocean Shores: 3Br villa, yard SLUG $270pw, 3 Br townhouse, SLUG $280pw. South Golden Beach: 3Br house, double carport $280 pw, No pets unless speciďŹ ed Siwicki Real Estate, 17 Fingal St, Brunswick Heads 66851206 NORTH OCEAN SHORES spacious 1br, s-c garden ďŹ&#x201A;at, suit single working n/s female, $150pw incl elect. Phone 66805958

WANTED TO RENT ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this section must be paid by credit card or in person at time of placement. WANTED: ACCOMMODATION in exchange for property/home maintenance or school tutoring, qualiďŹ ed teacher. Ph Nicholas 0422943242 RETIRED COUPLE require accom early Sept. approx. 6 mths, house sit with pets considered. Ph 66802476 HOUSE FOR COUPLE, one 4yo & quiet lab dog, Lismore/Northern Rivers area, no more than $250pw. 0431670854 WANTED 3-4br house, pref in Sunrise, up to $450pw, good refs. Ph 0402589493 WORKING MALE looking for self-con studio, must be clean & quiet, pref furn, sunny & in Byron. Ph Dave 0422177040 MATURE prof fem Balinese style healer seeks quiet s-c studio/sml house for long term rent. Pref natural/Bali style, furn, in Byron. Also consider p/t stafďŹ ng for resort/ guest house in exchange for rent. N/s, very resp, good refs. Ph 0408537537 WOODEN house, Byron, long term, peaceful, for health prof. 0412317421

TO LEASE SHOP FRONT Billi, $100pw. Siwicki RE, 17 Fingal St, Bruns. Ph 66851206

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WAITERS & BAR TENDERS wanted for Saturday functions near Bangalow. RSA essential. Please send resume to P.O.Box 58, Bangalow 2479 SUPER SALES WOMAN Interest in fashion for festival. Send resume to market_job@hotmail.com

IT TRAINEESHIP/JUNIOR Byron Bay based company needs enthusiastic & reliable IT junior. HTML, networking, THP & computer skills essential, immediate start, send resume to: jobs@vitality4life.com WANTED Massage Therapist/health practitioner for Jonson St Studio. Phone Herbert 0408782834.

WORK WANTED STUDENT seeks bookkeeping/accounting exp. Ph 0421441520 HANDYMAN, LAWNMOWING, rubbish removed, gardening & odd jobs. Phone Joe Phillips 0401040003 ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this section must be paid by credit card or in person at time of placement. LAWNMOWING, GARDENING, RUBBISH REMOVAL, ODD JOBS Ph Peter 66854683 or 0418562414 GABRIELLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Great Cleaning Service, all the things you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to do. Phone 0417798461

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ENTHUSIASTIC professional person required to grow re-seller channel for IT distributor. Min 25 hrs per week. Resume to: admin@techtools.com.au PETS FOR LIFE Inc Cat Shelter, Billinudgel is looking for volunteers to help care for their cats. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re unemployed and wish to do a community work placement please contact Jo at EnVite, 66865540 (Work for Dole). Otherwise please contact Jean on 66801864, 0411032905 for more details.

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DEATH NOTICES FAIRLIE RUTH KORDICK nee ANDREWS. 17.4.1956 to 25.7.2007. Peacefully in the Gold Coast Hospital, after a short illness, much loved mother of Chloe and Johno Kordick, daughter of Ruth and Donald, dearly loved sister of Rod (deceased) Jonathon, Stephanie, Faith, Jason and Tim. Aunty of many, aged 51, long term resident of Byron Bay, gym & karate teacher, nurse and Bay FM supporter. The wake for Fairlie will be held at Broken Head on a date to be advised.

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ATTENTION FEMALE SINGERS Artists, songwriters, dancers. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;International Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CD & ďŹ lm clip project now recruiting. Demos, portfolios & websites considered as pre-audition. Arcadia Records 66882428 or 0412679692. Ability to collaborate creatively is a must. Red carpet wannabes need not apply.

TAXI DRIVERS BYRON SHIRE Drivers required, shifts available. Full training provided. Ph BH 66209211 email: info@byronbaytaxis.com

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AVEDA OVERHAUL Senior Stylist required for full or part time, must excel in all aspects of hairdressing, great rewards for the right person. 66856776

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TUITION MATHS TUTOR K7-12, qualiďŹ ed teacher NSW DET, BSc (Maths + IT). 66807229 TAFE TESOL COURSE 6wk p-t Byron to teach English overseas Beg Aug 6th $1000. Co-ordinator 0428139882, Ballina TAFE 66818914 NEED FIRST AID? No problem. 1 day Wk Cover approved. Sun 5th August, Mullum. Phone Serge or Tara 66804066 GUITAR/JAZZ harmony tuition: con/ uni level guitar/bass and theory taught privately by former head of guitar studies at NRCAC. Any instrument catered for. A must for anyone who loves playing music and wants results. Ph Geoff Wright. 66854565 or 0404611428 DRUM & PERCUSSION courses with Guy Anderton HNDI. Ph 0424397042 TUTOR REQUIRED male uni student or Yr 12 A student. Yr 7 Maths + Eng, 1hr Mon + Wed, Byron . $25 per hr, must be committed. 0408028216, (07) 55275643 PORTUGUESE (Brazilian) classes, all levels, exp. teacher. Ph 66854987 ENGLISH LANGUAGE + TESOL ESL & TESOL courses in handy Byron location. BYRON BAY ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. 66808253

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STEPHEN, JOAN 21 July 2007, Aged 86 years Peacefully at Ballina and late of Left Bank Road, Mullumbimby. Dearly loved wife of the late Dr David Stephen. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Joanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s funeral service to be held in the Chapel of the Lismore Memorial Gardens Crematorium, Skyline Road, Goonellabah on Thursday (August 9, 2007) commencing at 11.00am. Michael Lewis KEVIN GEAGHAN FUNERALS Ballina 66867036

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The next monthly meeting is on Wednesday August 1 at the RSL Hall at 1.30 pm. All members are encouraged to make this months trading table an abundant one as funds are needed to run the Annual Garden Competition on August 31. The social get together on August 4 is at the garden of Rosemary and David Hill in Binna Burra where a knowledgeable person about bromeliads will speak on the topic.

Orchid Meeting The Byron District Orchid Society Inc will meet on Monday August 13, at 7.30pm at the Ewingsdale Hall.Visitors welcome. Come and see a beautiful display of membersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; orchids. For further information contact Penny on 6680 1600

Byron Shire Seniors Computer Club Next General Meeting is on Monday August 6, 1.30pm at the Pioneer Hall, Gordon Street, Mullumbimby. All welcome. Enquiries/Apologies to Margaret 6684 2931.

Film Artists Meeting The Film Artists Cooperative (FAC) will have its monthly meeting at 7:30pm on Thursday August 2 at the Byron Services Club, Jonson St., Byron Bay. FAC is a participant run ďŹ lm makers and artists support group and is a free program inviting new members to participate. For further info, contact coordinator Sahaj on 6685 3554 or email sahaj@freerangemedia. com

Byron Pregnancy Support Group Tap into a beautiful supportive network. All pregnant women or couples welcome. Meet birth workers and other mums to be, learn, share, grow! Bodywork, information and discussion, morning tea, library. Wednesdays at the Community Centre, 10.15am till 1ish. $10. Contact Heli 6685 6523 for info or just come along.

Tax Help The Tax ofďŹ ce is again offering FREE help by trained volunteers for people whose Tax affairs are simple and whose income is less than $35000 per year. Appointments are necessary and may be made

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by contacting Mullumbimby Nan 6686 5971. Please RSVP Neighbourhood Centre on by Monday August 13. 6684 1286, Tues to Fri from Cat/Dog Desexing 10am to 4pm. If you are the holder of a Car Club Display Day Centrelink pension or health On Sunday August 5 the care card and are struggling Summerland Sports and to afford the cost of having Classic Car Club will host its your pet desexed, the Animal Annual Display Day at the Welfare League NSW may Clyde Campbell Car Park, be able to help you. Please next to the Lismore Police ring 6684 4070. Station in Molesworth Street. Vehicles will assemble from Cat Shelter 8.00 am in the morning. The Volunteers presentation will take place Pets for Life Cat Shelter at from 2pm Sunday afternoon. Billinudgel are still looking Classic car and motor cycle for volunteers to assist with owners are invited to bring the cleaning, feeding and petalong their treasured vehicles ting of our beautiful cats and and enjoy the admiration of kittens. If you can help please the many spectators that are phone Jean on 6680 1864 or attracted to the display. Visi- 0411 032 905. All of the cats tors can expect to see a huge and kittens are vaccinated, variety of makes and models, desexed and microchipped dating back to the early prior to sale. Cats are $50 1900â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. More information and kittens are $100. from Bryan White on 6687 Spiritual Gathering 2188. At the Pioneer Hall, Gordon Northern Rivers Street, Mullumbimby on Sunday August 5 at 11am. Bushwalkers Club invites prospective members Guest Peter Madden. Please to the following walks: Satur- bring a plate of food to share. day August 4, Mt Barney, Information from Goddess hard, contact Karl 6624 Ra on 6684 3597. 2575; Saturday August 11, Interruption to TV Mt Pikapene/Mt Picarben (Richmond Range), medium, Service contact Mike 6621 5250; Byron Shire Council advises Saturday August 18, Mt Bar- residents of Byron Bay, Sufney, hard, contact Mike 6621 folk Park, Ocean Shores and 5250; Sunday August 19, Mullumbimby TV Blackspot Nightcap Track, easy, contact areas, that due to maintePeter 6624 1766; Sunday nance work on the transmisAugust 28, Mt Jerusalem sion facilities there may be (Nightcap Range), easy, con- interuption to television covtact Mike 6621 5250. Please erage for a period of 8 hours give 3 days notice for 1 day between 9am and 5pm on: August 6 Byron Bay/Suffolk walks. Park, Auugust 7 Ocean Vippassana Spring Shores, August 8 Mullumbimby. Enquiries to Len Retreat 7 day residential with PeterJi Reilly on 6626 7159. in the Satipathana tradition. Suffolk Park Dune For beginners and advanced practitioners.Samaya Sep- Care tember 12th to 19th. Enquir- Dune Care meets on Saturday August 4 at 9am, Wareies 6680 3872 ham Street beach access for Counselling Course dune restoring, weeding and Lifeline Northern Rivers is planting. All welcome. Conrecruiting people to become tact Helen on 6685 4964. Telephone Counsellors on Lifelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 24 hour telephone Anyone for Board counselling line. Training Games? commences for this daytime On Thursday August 9 a course on Tuesday August 21 group of people get together 2007. Phone 6622 4133 dur- to play Scrabble, Dominoes ing business hours for an and Jenga at the Tintenbar information package. Appli- Hall from 10am to 12 noon. cations close 3 August 2007. The morning is organised by community group TinCAN Creating Positive and they are seeking more Relationships players. Morning tea proThis seminar conducted by vided. Ring Marg on 6687 Interrelate, partially funded 8420 for more information by the government and or help with transport. organised by professionally trained counsellors, will assist Byron Bay couples to improve commu- Community Market nication; understand each The next market day is Sunother more; and learn new day August 5. Slim Pickens ways to show love. Cost: $20 and Dr Baz entertain from per couple, this will include a 9am to 3pm and buskers meal before commencement. entertain all day. Plenty of Time: 6pm to 9pm on Friday activities for children, hunAugust 17 at the Function dreds of craft stalls as well as Room, St Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anglican local produce, food and Church, Corner Burnet and drinks are on offer. The charNorton Street, Ballina. For ity of the day is Byron Bay further information, phone Netball Association. Sorry no

dogs allowed. Contact 6680 School of the Heart 9703 for more information. Proposed new school catering for the educational needs U3A Brunswick of children in the new millenValley nium. Members of the HeartOn August 14, Keith Castle ďŹ&#x201A;ame Council have develtalks on aviation in the North- oped the initial values that ern Territory during the 50â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will underpin the developand 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Enquiries to 6680 ment of the school. A one 4268. Boules on Sundays semester course starts on from 2 to 4 pm in the market August 5 at the Ocean Shores area at Brunswick Heads, Community Centre at enquiries to 6680 4365. 1.30pm. Enquiries to 6680 4169. U3A Ballina/Byron The Poetry and Writing Work for women Group will meet on August 7 Lismore Campus will be at 10am in the CWA Rooms conducting a Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s at Brunswick Heads, all wel- Course in Semester 2, 2007. come. Contact 6680 1163 or This free course will suit 6685 1982. women who have been out of Byron Bay Historical work for some time, or did not complete their secondary Society education, and who would Meeting on Wednesday like to gain job seeking and August 1 at 7.30pm at the study skills in a friendly supByron Bay Bowling Club. portive environment. When? New members welcome. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Enquiries to Toni on 6685 Fridays for 15 weeks from 8 9913 or Anne on 6685 August 2007, excluding 4923. school holidays and within school hours To join the Durrumbul Hall Space available for local course, or for more informaclasses, educational events tion, contact Kaylene Chamand workshops. Please con- berlain on 6623 0284 tact the Secretary on 6676 Landcare Spotlights 1805 for more information.

View Club Meeting The Brunswick Valley View Club celebrates their 22nd Birthday on Thursday August 9 with a lunch at Mullumbimby RSL Club. Theme is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Down on the Farmâ&#x20AC;?, 11am start, cost $20. Apologies to Jean on 6685 1446 by Monday.

Byron Bay CWA

Wildlife

A night-time spotlighting walk will be held by Brunswick Valley Landcare on Saturday August 4.The night-time walk will explore some of the native nocturnal animals of the Koonyum Range near Mullumbimby. The walk will be led by wildlife ecologists Wendy Neilan from Byron Shire Council and Georgia Beyer, the Coastal Landcare Community Support OfďŹ cer. For information or bookings contact Georgia 6626 7028 or landcare@byron.nsw.gov.au.

International Day on Thursday August 9 at 1.30pm in the Uniting Church, Carlyle Street, Byron Bay. Entry $5, includes afternoon tea. Enquiries to Barbara on 6685 Friends of Feros The next meeting of the 3144. Friends of Feros is on TuesOp Shop Sale day August 7 at 2pm in CotMullumbimby Anglicare Op tage 3, Feros Village, Marvell Shop has an End of Season Street, Byron Bay. All welsale from July 30. All come, afternoon tea follows unmarked winter clothing meeting, Enquiries to Nola reduced to half price. on 6680 1234.

ATO warns on email scam The Tax OfďŹ ce is again warning people to be wary of a fraudulent email being circulated that claims to offer a refund from the Tax OfďŹ ce. The email fraudulently uses the Tax OfďŹ ce logo, has the words â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Australian Taxation Office â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Notificationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; or â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Australian Taxation OfďŹ ce â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Please Read Thisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in the subject line and is similar to another email scam that circulated in March. The Tax OfďŹ ce is advising people who receive the email to delete it immediately. The email asks people to click on a link which redirects them to a website that looks similar to the Tax Office website asking for credit card and personal details in order to receive a refund. This website is not

afďŹ liated with the Tax OfďŹ ce in any way. Second Commissioner Greg Farr said the Tax OfďŹ ce has notiďŹ ed relevant authorities who are investigating this matter. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;People should always be wary of any unsolicited emails claiming to be from the Tax Office. The Tax OfďŹ ce will never send emails to people asking them to provide personal information including credit card details. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;As an extra precaution we recommend you type internet addresses directly into your internet browser rather than clicking on hyperlinks embedded in emails.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; If people have entered their credit card information on the website, they should contact their credit card provider as soon as possible.


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News Extra Endangered parrots flock to coast

FEHVA offsets carbon emissions

FEHVA festival director Dee Tipping, pictured among a patch of rainforest at The Buttery in Binna Burra, has purchased ten plant a tree cards from Rainforest Rescue to help offset the event’s carbon emissions. ‘I spoke to Kelvin Davis from Rainforest Rescue and he advised that the planting of one tree will offset carbon emissions of one guest speaker flying Melbourne to Ballina return, so this should adequately cover our guest

speakers flying and driving from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide for FEHVA this year,’ said Ms Tipping. ‘At $25 per tree multiplied by ten guest speakers, $250 is a small amount to pay to plant trees in the Byron Shire to offset our travel emissions.’ To find out more about how your event or business could offset emissions ring Rainforest Rescue 1300 763 611.

The Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) says there have been a large number of sightings of the endangered Swift Parrot on the Central and North coasts this year with Bateau Bay, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour being hot-spots. The biggest sightings were reported by local birdwatchers who are operating as volunteers for the National Swift Parrot Recovery Team. DECC Swift Parrot Recovery coordinator, Belinda Cooke, said that the Swift Parrot has been reduced to about 1000 breeding pairs in Australia and the sighting of up to 200 birds at a time in coastal forests has been greeted with much excitement. ‘Swift Parrots breed in Tasmania over the summer and then migrate north for the winter. Therefore they need a rich food source such as Swamp Mahogany nectar and insects such as lerps to get them through the winter,’ Ms Cooke said. ‘The pattern of their migratory dispersal this year is very similar to 2002, which was also a drought year. In a typical year the Swift Parrot also utilises the inland habitat of central Victoria, Southwest slopes of NSW and the Central Tablelands.

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‘As these inland areas have been heavily drought affected there is not enough nectar or sap-sucking insects to support this species. Coastal areas, particularly those with Swamp Mahogany, Forest Red Gum and Blackbutt forests, are an important drought refuge for the Swift Parrot, which has been recorded as far north as Brisbane and Toowoomba this year. Protection and enhancement of Swamp Mahogany and Forest Red Gum habitats on the coast is essential to the long term survival of the Swift Parrot, especially given that only a

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very limited amount of this habitat occurs within national parks and nature reserves. ‘This habitat is under threat in some areas. In addition, climate change is predicted to have a range of adverse affects on this species,’ Ms Cooke said. The Recovery Team is also interested in any sightings outside of the annual surveys although another survey will take place over the weekend of the August 4-5. To find out how you can be involved contact recovery coordinator on freecall 1800 665 766 or swiftparrots@ yahoo.com. au.

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OPEN HOUSE Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm ADDRESS 293 Rosebank Road, Rosebank AUCTION September 6 WEBSITE ID 277730

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ONE COUNTRY ACRE X Land 1 acre (approx) X 10 minutes to Byron’s Beaches X Rare leafy one acre block X Original homestead OPEN HOUSE Sat 11.00 - 11.30am ADDRESS 10 Hambly Lane, Newrybar AUCTION September 6 WEBSITE ID 280237

Features XSeparate guest quarters with bathroom & kitchenette XLarge shed with cement Çoor Features XRoom for a full sized dressage arena & stables. Arrange your inspection today. 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.

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INSPECTION By appointment SALES AGENT Stuart Aitken 0417 242 537 FOR SALE $565,000 WEBSITE ID 281485

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Beachside Suffolk – Approved B&B This immaculate beachside Suffolk Park home is about 250m from Tallow Beach. The home is on two levels with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and laundry downstairs plus large, undercover entertaining area. Upstairs another two bedrooms plus main bathroom and designer kitchen. Entertain in the spacious open plan living area, or walk out through the plantation shutters to the cool deck for a barbecue. Enjoy the inground saltwater pool or relax in the landscaped, tropical gardens. There is access to bore water. Close to the shops and tavern. Council-approval for a 2 bedroom bed and breakfast. $949,000. Contact Gail Fuller at Gail Fuller Real Estate Byron Bay on 6680 8111 or 0418 441 675.

Bangalow Factory Showrooms Highway exposure, 1,000 square metres of land. Five factories plus one office. Built to Strata, fully tenanted with leases. Phone owner on 0418 878 978.

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Elders Bangalow p50 • 2 Possum Shoot Road, Coorabell. Sat 2-2.30pm. • 165 Brooklet Road, Brooklet. Sat 1-1.30pm. Scott Harvey Real Estate p51 • 587 Fernleigh Road, Fernleigh. Sat 12-12.30pm • 44 Friday Hut Road, Coorabell. Sat 1-2pm. LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads p51 • 2/24-26 Kallaroo Circ, North Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm • 34 Natan Court, North Ocean Shores. Sat 1-1.30pm • 35 Bulgoon Crescent, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.30pm • 32 Ann Street, Mullumbimby. Sat 1-2pm • 9 North Head Road, New Brighton. Sat 11-11.45am. • 92 Rajah Road, Ocean Shores- Sat 12-12.45pm. • 47 Elizabeth Avenue, South Golden Beach. Sat 1-1.30pm Byron Bay First National p52 • 33 Bottlebrush Cres, Suffolk Park. Sat 11.30am-12pm Elders Byron Bay p53 • 76 Paterson Street, Byron Bay. Sat 1-1.45pm • 8 McGregor Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.45am • 4 Korau Place, Suffolk Park. Sat 12-12.45pm LJ Hooker Byron Bay p54 • 42 Brandon Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.45am. • 33 Bottlebrush Cresent, Baywood Chase. Sat & Sun 12-12.45pm. • 43 Lilli Pilli Drive, Byron Bay. Sat & Sun 1-1.45pm. • 75 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay. Sat & Sun 11-11.45am. • ‘Broken Ridge’ 591 Broken Head Road, Broken Head. Sat 2-2.45pm. • Unit 5 ‘Bogarts’ 21-25 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay. Sat 1212.45pm. • Coogera Land, Baywood Chase. Sat 1-1.45pm. • 28 Pacific Vista Dive, Byron Bay. Sat 12-12.45pm. • 49 Ruskin Street, Byron Bay. Sat 1-1.45pm. LJ Hooker Byron Bay p55 33 Bottlebrush Cresent, Baywood Chase. Inspect Sat & Sun 12-12.45pm. Private Sale p55 12 Old Bangalow Road. Sat 12-2pm.

AUCTIONS Beachside New Brighton

Secluded Mountain Retreat – 16 Acres

1 Ocean Avenue, New Brighton. Fully renovated beach house in sought after leafy location opposite a park and very close to beach, river, café, shop and transport. Situated on a large block with established gardens, the house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms with an open plan kitchen/ dining/ lounge room area leading onto large covered verandahs. A must to inspect. $795,000. Phone owner 0418 878978.

$ 795,000

This self-sufficient, sustainable, solar electric house has organic permaculture fruit and vegetable garden at Upper Main Arm, Byron Shire in a subtropical rainforest at 1500 feet altitude on Mr Jerusalem. It borders the national park with ocean, mountain and valley views to Brunswick Heads. It has a rustic but elegant Balinese pavilionstyle dwelling in vertical slab timber with three bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, office and loft and extensive wooden decks overlooking spring fed dam. Also good soil, abundant rainfall, 100,000 litre water storage, small crystal clear creek and sea breezes creating a perfect mild micro-climate for sustainable living. A separate hand-crafted stone and wood cottage makes an ideal studio, guest house or rental. Ring owner on 02 6684 5223.

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Fantastic Family Home 33 Bottlebrush Cresent, Baywood Chase. Inspect Sat & Sun 12-12.45pm. If you are looking for an ideal family home that is close to everything then this is well worth a look. This solid brick and tile home is clean, tidy and ready to move into. Light filled living areas (with views to the lighthouse), 3 spacious bedrooms and a large backyard, the kids will never want to be inside with the new sporting fields/facilities just around the corner. It is also centrally located to shops and beaches. The possibilities are endless for new owners to add their own personal touches. Asking price is $569,000. For further information or to arrange an inspection please contact Peter Yopp on 0411 837 330 or Sharon McInnes on 0408 659 649. Byron Bay

Elders Bangalow p50 • 293 Rosebank Road, Rosebank. AUCTION September 6. Inspect Sat 1-1.30pm. • 10 Hambly Lane, Newrybar. AUCTION September 6. Inspect Sat 11-11.30am. • 182 Nashua Road, Fernleigh. AUCTION onsite August 11. Inspect Sat 2-2.30pm. Scott Harvey Real Estate p51 • 152 Nashua Road, Fernleigh. AUCTION onsite August 18th. Inspect Sat 11-11.30am. Elders Byron Bay p53 • 76 Paterson Street, Byron Bay. AUCTION 2pm Sat September 1.

St Helena This divine parcel of land is located at St Helena, just minutes from the centre of Byron Bay and offering 5 blissful north facing acres this property is ideal to create your dream home upon. Rural serenity with accessability to Byron Bay and its beautiful beaches are offered to the purchaser.The most standout feature of this gorgeous property is the glorious view spanning from the far-lying hinterland right along the coastline to Cape Byron itself.Your life will be all the more enjoyable for being able to view this every day. So start dreaming of your ideal home for this ideal allotment. Asking price is $3,500,000. For further information or to arrange an inspection please call Glen Irwin today on 0418 604 080 or L.J Hooker Byron Bay on (02) 6685 7300. Byron Bay

A Rainforest In Your Backyard 12 Old Bangalow Road, Byron Bay. Inspect Sat 12-2pm. Feel part of the rainforest that provides cool shade on those hot summer days. A large patio nestles into the totally peaceful & private backyard. With a NE aspect and designed with cross flow ventilation in mind, this spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home comes with open plan living areas and Thai sandstone tiling. The gas kitchen is perfect for those who love to cook with plenty of room to move. The double garage is converted to office and storage space. The 810sqm property is only minutes drive from central Byron Bay and a very short walk from beach, high school, rugby oval and golf course. Phone 0416 275 111 or 02 6685 6617. For more info see www.diysell.com.au?p16536

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