August 2018

Published a story 20th Aug 2018 2:11 PM

THE 16th Poetry World Cup is on its way.

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THE 16th Poetry World Cup is on its way.

Published a story 20th Aug 2018 2:04 PM

ECONOMIST Andrew Charlton will be guest at this week's Politics at the Pub.

Former Rudd adviser discusses robots taking your job

ECONOMIST Andrew Charlton will be guest at this week's Politics at the Pub.

Published a story 20th Aug 2018 2:00 PM

LOCAL LGBTIQ+ social club will celebrate 30 years with some special guests from the big smoke.

Dykes on Bikes to roar at Tropical Fruits

LOCAL LGBTIQ+ social club will celebrate 30 years with some special guests from the big smoke.

Published a story 17th Aug 2018 11:02 AM

THE government organisation will visit the area looking for works from unrepresented artists to purchase.

Creatives, get ready, Artbank is looking to spend some cash

THE government organisation will visit the area looking for works from unrepresented artists to purchase.

Published a story 16th Aug 2018 11:28 AM

HIS latest single debuted at number two on the Independent Label Singles chart and his upcoming world tour keeps selling out dates.

Is this Byron artist the new Australian music star?

HIS latest single debuted at number two on the Independent Label Singles chart and his upcoming world tour keeps selling out dates.

Published a story 16th Aug 2018 10:48 AM

COCK is a play about a man and a woman competing for the same lover

Unmentionable theatre play about hard life choices

COCK is a play about a man and a woman competing for the same lover

Published a story 15th Aug 2018 4:15 PM

WHERE to get fresh coffee and local produce from.

This weekend's markets list

WHERE to get fresh coffee and local produce from.

Published a story 15th Aug 2018 4:05 PM

From Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass to a 40-year screening of Grease in Lismore.

Ten fantastic things to do this weekend

From Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass to a 40-year screening of Grease in Lismore.

Published a story 15th Aug 2018 12:17 PM

FESTIVAL organisers have announced a list of actions to prevent assaults at the popular Byron Bay event.

CCTV, counsellors to prevent sex assaults at Falls Festival

FESTIVAL organisers have announced a list of actions to prevent assaults at the popular Byron Bay event.

Published a story 14th Aug 2018 11:01 AM

THIS Northern Rivers band will take their new music to the popular US festival this month, but you can also see them soon locally.

Music to make the Burning Man dance

THIS Northern Rivers band will take their new music to the popular US festival this month, but you can also see them soon locally.

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