Recycled water connection to save four million litres of water

Recycled water connection to save four million litres of water

In a Council initiative, the Beach Hotel, Byron Bay has connected to recycled water for its toilet facilities and garden irrigation, which will save an estimated four million litres a year from the region’s drinking water supply.
Byron Shire Council
19 Jan 2022
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Byron Bay’s Lone Goat Gallery reopens with new exhibition

Beach Dogs of Byron Bay is a posthumous exhibition which commemorates the life and contribution of award-winning local photographer Rob Scott-Mitchell.
Byron Shire Council
14 Jan 2022
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COVID affecting Council too

COVID affecting Council too

Like other businesses and operations in the Byron Shire, COVID-19 is having an impact on some services.Council’s Customer Service Centre at Mullumbimby will be open to the public from Monday to Friday…
Byron Shire Council
13 Jan 2022
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Plans for Byron Community Market relocation on exhibition

Plans for Byron Community Market relocation on exhibition

The plan for the monthly Byron Community Market to relocate to the town centre is now at the development application stage and on public exhibition.
Byron Shire Council
12 Jan 2022
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Free trailer available to Byron Shire residents for bulky waste drop

Free trailer available to Byron Shire residents for bulky waste drop

A free trailer is now available so people can drop-off bulky waste to the BRRC, or it can be used to take home a bargain from the second-hand shop or purchase some of our quality mulch for their garde…
Byron Shire Council
12 Jan 2022
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Local renovators fined for illegal dumping ​

Local renovators fined for illegal dumping ​

Illegal dumping will be a key focus for Byron Shire Council in 2022 with a Mullumbimby resident recently fined $2000 for dumping waste material from a home renovation in a stormwater drain.
Byron Shire Council
7 Jan 2022
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Council assessing damage to Byron Shire beaches

Byron Shire Council staff are assessing the damage from the fall-out of ex-tropical cyclone Seth which generated very big waves, strong winds and king tides earlier this week.
Byron Shire Council
7 Jan 2022
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Kindness, care, compassion are what we need

Kindness, care, compassion are what we need

The latest information released by the Northern NSW Local Health District today (5 January 2021) showed there were 576 new COVID cases to 8pm last night with 96 in the Byron Shire.
Byron Shire Council
5 Jan 2022
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Big seas = erosion at some Byron Bay beaches

Big seas = erosion at some Byron Bay beaches

Ex-tropical cyclone Seth is still making its mark on the Byron Shire coastline with big seas, strong winds coinciding with king tides.
Byron Shire Council
4 Jan 2022
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