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Belongil Rock Wall

The long winded litigation cases against Byron Shire Council over the rock wall at Belongil has finally been resolved. Byron Shire council has agreed to allow the property owners to retain any existing protection works adjacent to the Belongil properties in their...

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Byron Bay Town Centre Placemaking Seed Fund

The Byron Bay Town Centre Placemaking Seed Fund has commenced and they are looking for proposals - it is an opportunity for our local artists, entertainers, designers, innovators and entrepreneurs to access funding to initiate revitalisation, beautification and...

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CCTV in Byron CBD by end November

Byron Bay is a well-known tourist destination with over one million visitors each year. There has been a high level of concern among the community and local businesses for some time about the level of alcohol-related incidents and anti-social behavior during peak...

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Xmas & New Year Trading Flourishes

It’s interesting to read media stories coming out of Sydney regarding Byron, often using old stories pasted together that are both out-of-date and out-of-touch with what is reality in Byron. In order to get the story direct from the horse’s mouth Byron United has just...

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Postcards from Byron hits Telstra Exchange

Byron United, Byron Bay’s Chamber of Commerce anti-graffiti program Postcards from Byron has completed the second postcard in the series with mural partner Telstra. The mural on the Telstra exchange on Fletcher Street is named Timeless Byron Bay and is a celebration...

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Byron Business Shines at NSW Tourism Awards

The winners of the 25th Annual NSW Tourism Awards were announced last Thursday night in Sydney, with chamber members, the Byron Beach Café & Byron Bay Bluesfest taking out awards. Byron Beach Café received gold for Best Tourism Restaurant & Catering Service,...

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Shop local this Christmas

The ‘shop local’ movement is growing and needs embracing by all of us. The impact of online shopping with competitive prices is undercutting local business. The approaching holiday season is a do-or-die time for many small Byron businesses. December and January are...

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