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THE BYRON SHIRE
HEALTHAND
BEAUTY
Volume 25 #05
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Mullumbimby 02 6684 1777
Byron Bay 02 6685 5222
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Woolies wants
liquor in Station St
Michael McDonald
Who thinks it is a good idea to have a liquor store in a residential area near a primary
school?
That’s what Woolworths wants for its Station
Street site in Mullumbimby. It wants to remove
the licence from the outlet at 32 Burringbar
Street to Station Street and trade under ‘Woolworths Liquor’.
The NSW Casino Liquor & Gaming Control
Authority needs to assess a Community Impact
Statement (CIS) for the proposal. The CIS is being prepared by Woolies Sydney solicitors Back
Schwartz Vaughan.
Have your say in survey
A Memorial Wall dedicated to the memory of Jai Morcom near the spot where he died almost a year ago. Visual artist and dancer Lewis Walker
with aboriginal education officer Scott Sentance by the mural they and a number of others including students and members of the Deadly Dancers troupe have been painting. The inquest into Jai’s death will be held in the Lismore Courthouse on January 31, 2011, and run for about two
weeks. Photo Jeff Dawson
You can fill out a survey at the solicitors’ website www.bsv.com.au under the CIS link. Byron
Bay residents might like to respond to the CIS
for their town. Alternatively, send your written
comments to Tony Schwartz at [email protected]
com.au or Back Schwartz Vaughan, Level 5, 75
Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000 by close of
business on July 26.
Once the CIS is completed, you will be able to
see it on the NSW 0ffice of Liquor, Gaming and
Racing website www.olgr.nsw.gov.au, assuming
the Woolies decides to proceed to that stage.
Any person can make submissions regarding
the application directly to the Authority (www.
casinocontrol.nsw.gov.au).
Also, I’m sure Ballina MP Don Page would
be interested in your comments on a liquor
store in a residential street. His details are at
www.donpage.com.au or write to PO Box 1018,
Ballina 2478.
You can also write directly to the NSW Casino Liquor & Gaming Control Authority, GPO
Box 7060, Sydney 2001.
Mullumbimby is well supplied with liquor
outlets at the two pubs and the existing site in
Burringbar Street. We don’t need one outside
the central business district.
Q Letters, page 10
Homelessness on the rise in Byron Shire – no affordable accommodation
Victoria Cosford
Homelessness is on the rise across NSW. According to The Salvation Army, a massive 65 per
cent increase has been recorded in the number
of people who report being homeless or sleeping
in cars or tents. From around 1,200 people in
2008, the number has increased to nearly 2,000
people in 2010. The main leap occurred during
the peak of the economic downturn, from 2008
to 2009, with research revealing that one in five
people coming to the Salvos during 2009 had
never asked for help from them before.
The situation in the Byron Shire is no better,
according to the Salvation Army’s Major Darren
Elsley. ‘Locally, more and more people are calling on us for assistance and using the Fletcher
Street Drop-In Centre,’ he said.
‘Ninety per cent are from abusive backgrounds – there is definitely a correlation between abusive backgrounds and mental health
issues. I’ve been noticing an increase every year
in homelessness.
‘I’ve been a Salvation Army officer for 16 years
but in the last couple of years there’s been a
marked increase, particularly in the people living out of their cars, especially young mums.’
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than 250 people, including
those with chronic mental
health issues and their carers,
have been left to fend for themselves. Closure of the program
also means that drug harm
minimisation programs conducted in six high schools in
the Tweed area have ceased.
The highly effective service had
been operating from The Buttery at Binna Burra for three
years until its Commonwealth
Government funding ran out
on June 22.
Supported by Commonwealth proceeds of crime legislation funds, the service was
invaluable, especially given the
famously inadequate public
transport situation endemic to
most rural areas.
‘This is a group stigmatised
and isolated in the community,’ Buttery executive director Barry Evans told The Echo,
‘and those people need carers. They are disenfranchised
– they don’t have their own
transport.
‘The reality is the fact that
a service is needed. The funding has stopped but the need
remains, with 250 people now
not being assisted.’
A protest outside Justine Elliot’s office against the closure of MISA.
Despite repeated representations to the Commonwealth
government, including to local
MP Justine Elliot, The Buttery
was told that no funds were
available.
‘At a national level the government is not addressing the
issue of mental illness,’ Mr
Evans said. ‘Unless there’s a
change of heart within the government we’ll have to follow up
philanthropic support. I think
the focus needs to shift in the
community – money is being
spent in other areas and it is a
question of priorities.’
Q Comment, Page 10
Mental health first aid courses offered
Over two consecutive Thursdays in July there will be an opportunity for the community
to increase its understanding of
mental health programs via a
training program conducted by
2010 Byron Shire Citizen of the
Year Nicqui Yazdi. Her training
organisation, the MindRight
Institute, will be conducting
the Standard Adult Certificate
training program on July 15 and
22 at the Byron Bay Services
Club.
Parents, carers, teachers and
community service workers
will be taught the signs and signals of common mental health
problems. Numbers for Nicqui’s training courses are limited. For further information she
can be contacted on 0402 013
177 or at [email protected]
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Filmfest showcases indigenous talent
The third annual Arakwal
NAIDOC Film Festival will
showcase the newest and hottest short films from indigenous filmmakers.
In conjunction with Flickerfest and iQ Inc, the Arakwal
NAIDOC Film Festival will
present ‘The New Black’, a series of seven new short films,
each around ten minutes long
made by Indigenous writers,
directors and producers.
The series features a collection of award winning films
that premiered at the Message
Sticks Indigenous Film Festival
at the Opera House, including
the directorial debuts of Deborah Mailman (Ralph) and Leah
Purcell (Aunty Maggie & The
Womba Wakgun). Other films
in the program are Nia’s Melancholy, Bourke Boy, The Farm,
The Party Shoes and Jacob. All
are Byron Regional premieres.
Films will screen from
7.30pm on Wednesday July 7,
doors open 7pm at the Byron
Community Centre. Tickets available at the door for
$8/$6conc.
Snacks and drinks by gold
coin donation will be provided
by Sisters for Reconciliation after the 77 minute film program.
For more information and program details visit www.iQ.org.
au or phone 6685 9999.
Also don’t miss the Arakwal
NAIDOC celebrations at the
Peace Pole, Byron Bay, 10.30am3pm on Thursday July 8. The
day will include Aboriginal
dance performances by the local Arakwal Dubay and Baygil
Nali Jagun dancers and a special
performance this year by Torres
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culture at the NAIDOC celebrations at the Soundshell in
Brunswick Heads on Saturday
July 10 from 11am to 4pm.
The lineup includes Dinawan and the Deadly Dancers,
Nigel Stewart, Torres Strait
dancer Rebus and famed musician Bunna Lawrie together
with talented up-and-comers
Shaun Johnston and Joe Loewenthal, Cecilia Brandolini,
Talahnna Bashford and Scarlett, Shea O’Toole, and rappers
CJ & Cody. They’ll be an open
mic session so everyone can
join in and lots of fun activities
in Terrace Park.
Everyone is invited to come
along, celebrate community and culture at the Bruns
Soundshell – or the SeaScout
Hall (next to Bruns community
centre) if it’s wet and rainy.
NAIDOC celebrations are
held across Australia each
July to celebrate the history,
culture and achievements of
Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander peoples.
NAIDOC is celebrated not
only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all
walks of life. The 2010 National
NAIDOC theme is ‘Unsung
Heroes – Closing the Gap by
Leading Their Way’.
Rates capped at 2.6%
The state government has
capped Byron Shire Council’s
rates for 2010/11 at 2.6%. Council had applied to the NSW
Department of Local Government for a special rate variation increase of 6.98%, for a
total of 9.58% .
Council general manager
Graeme Faulkner said the result
will be a financially challenging
year for Council. ‘Rates may be
pegged at 2.6% but community
expectations and requests for
new services and support are
increasing each year.
‘[This] means Council’s
budget will be approximately
$320,000 in deficit for this
financial year. Council has a
benchmark of maintaining $1
million surplus in available
funding for projects. The rate
pegging will see this reduced
to $518,000 by the end of June
2011.’
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‘It’s lack of affordable accommodation that’s the issue here.
Some people just can’t afford
accommodation these days.
‘You have to face reality as
well – these days people can’t
afford to live in Byron Bay.
That’s the way it is. Byron Bay is
just not an affordable option.
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and our resources are wearing
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BOQ plays doctors and nurses
The team at Bank of Queensland (BOQ) Byron Bay has
raided the dress-up box to help
launch the annual children’s
hospitals appeal.
Dressed in hospital garb last
Thursday they handed out lollipops as a tribute to the great
work being done by doctors
and nurses around the country
and kicked off the 2010 BOQ
Banking on our Kids appeal,
which runs throughout July.
They also decked their
branch out in paper hearts and
asked locals to show how big
their hearts are by donating to
the appeal.
BOQ Byron Bay ownermanagers Shelley Copeland
and Graeme Digby said the
appeal was unique in that one
donation would go to help five
different hospitals around the
country.
‘Because money donated
to Banking on our Kids goes
to Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia, which is a
partnership of major children’s
hospitals in Sydney, Brisbane,
Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, by donating once you’re
actually helping sick and injured kids right around the
country,’ said Shelley.
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had to visit their capital city for
treatment.’
‘We think it’s a great appeal
and are hoping to make 2010
our biggest year yet,’ said Grae-
me. ‘The Byron Bay community has always been extremely
generous and compassionate,
as well as being a great supporter of ours, so we’re confident we’ll be able to blow the
rest of the country out of the
water by being the highest fundraising area in Australia!’
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Man ‘kidnapped’ in Bay
Police have arrested two men
over the alleged kidnapping
and malicious wounding of
another man at Byron Bay on
the state’s far north coast.
Around midnight on Friday July 2, a 48-year-old man
attended a unit in Bangalow
Road and was allegedly assaulted by two people.
Police allege the victim was
hit and kicked a number of
times and threatened with a
knife.
It’s further alleged he was
forced into a car and left on
a nature strip in Beech Drive,
Byron Bay. Police and ambulance officers were called to the
scene and the man was taken
to the Tweed Heads Hospital
where he was treated for injuries including a broken ankle,
nose and wrist. He is now in
intensive care.
Police from the Tweed/Byron Local Area Command later
executed a crime scene warrant
at a Bangalow Road address
and arrested a 24-year-old man
and 36-year-old woman.
They were taken to the Byron
Bay Police Station where they
were assisting with inquiries.
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Tornado leaves Luigi without a home
Victoria Cosford
Local musician Gian-Luigi
Giacalone, known as Luigi the
accordian player at local markets, was one of the victims of
the Lennox Head tornado a
month ago.
The house he was living in
was devastated and his car
was wrecked; his piano was
extensively damaged and he
lost three out of five of his accordians.
He has now been obliged
to relocate to a housing commission flat at the back of
Murwillumbah, after a month
of living in a motel. With his
former residence destroyed he
found himself unable to afford
rental accommodation in Lennox Head. It is this which pains
him most.
‘The biggest problem for
me,’ he told The Echo, ‘after a
month of not having my things
is moving to Murwillumbah. I
don’t know anyone there and
all my friends and my life is in
the Byron Shire.
Gian-Luigi Giacalone by the ruins of the house at Lennox Head.
Photo courtesy Pietero Zanaboni Photography
‘I feel the tornado’s not finished for me. The only affordable place for me is Murwillumbah and this is my worst
pain.’
A resident of the Byron Shire
for about 21 years, Luigi has a
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two year old child he looks after three nights a week. ‘I feel at
home in Byron and in Lennox’,
he said, ‘everybody knows me.’
Due to the demolished
building Luigi is unable to access the furniture and white-
goods he used to own; he
has to effectively start from
scratch. If anyone would like
to offer assistance to Luigi
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On Tuesday June 29, students at Rosebank Public School
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Mark Scotton). The students, dressed in full medieval costume,
The junior students of Goonengerry Public School enjoyed a
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study on ‘Processes and Production’, the children got to pick
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Tennis meets bowls in fundraiser Bangalow
rezonings
Mullumbimby Ladies Tennis Association president Judi Henry and associates changed sports in
a fundraiser for breast cancer research. Photo Jeff ‘On The Green Stuff’ Dawson
Monks celebrate Dalai Lama’s 75th
The Gyuto Monks of Tibet 9 Day program, celebrating the 75th birthday of the Dalai Lama, is in
full swing at the Crystal Castle with activities for all, with chanting, meditation classes, healing
ceremonies, sand mandala and lots of activities for the kids. Crystal Castle is kindly sponsoring
the program. Photo Melinda Andreas
Six parcels of land in Bangalow
have Byron Shire Council approval for rezoning.
Mayor Jan Barham thanked
the community for input and
feedback during the public
exhibition period. She said
community concerns raised in
the process on traffic flow, car
parking, footpaths, cycleways
and noise provided valuable
input and will be addressed
within the Development Control Plans (DCP) for the areas.
Council also recognised the
community’s concern on Rifle
Range Road and resolved to
urgently upgrade the Lismore
Road intersection with section
94 funding. Cr Barham noted
that Council will be increasing
and improving cycleways and
footpaths to provide greater
flexibility and access around
Bangalow.
However objector and Bangalow resident Linda Sparrow feels that the Byron Shire
Council and planners disregarded any input and concerns
from both the community as
a whole and the individual areas. ‘It appears it was all just
for show to be doing the right
thing but they had no intention
of actually taking on any of our
concerns,’ said Ms Sparrow.
‘At the public meeting held it
was almost unanimous in the
community’s opposition to the
rezoning as Bangalow does not
have the infrastructure present
for the existing population let
alone for an extra possible 300
plus people and cars.
‘A petition of 665 signatures
which represents 50 per cent
of the population said no to
rezoning and to allow 100
per cent of the rezoning to go
ahead seems both arrogant and
a complete disregard of the residents of Bangalow.’
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A café will be retained at The Pass, says Trust
The Cape Byron Trust has confirmed that a café will continue
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consulted the public on the future use of the building after
the previous lease on The Pass
Café building expired in August 2009.
‘Over 700 public submis-
sions supported the ongoing
use of the building at The Pass
as a café. The Plan of Management has now been formally
amended to only permit a
café.’
Building works at the site
should be completed in about
a month and then the Expression of Interest will be advertised for the operation of the
new café.
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have been aware.
‘She was starving. And her
water trough was empty. The
small paddock was bare except
for inedible weeds. There was
literally nothing for her to eat.’
This unnecessary death is a
call to all passersby to contact
the RSPCA if they see an animal
in distress. Take a photo with
your camera or mobile phone
if possible. The NSW RSPCA
details are available at www.
rspca.org.au/help/contact-us/
state-societies.html and the
Gold Coast cruelty complaints
hotline is 1300 852 188.
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who experiences hallucinations and begins to doubt her
sanity. Lucy’s brother Anatole
helped a great deal in the process and the sibling rivalry has
commenced over the sharing
of the camera. Duck Down can
be viewed on YouTube– ‘Duck
down Lucy Serret’.
There are ongoing competitions at the www.youthweek.
com website and there is currently a poster design competition open to all young people
ages 12-25 .
A horse quietly starves to death
next to a school bus route in the
Byron hinterland. The RSPCA
gets only one complaint about
its condition.
A nearby neighbour and
a council worker buried the
mare. The foal is now being taken care of by other caring individuals.
‘The horse and foal could be
seen in the paddock easily from
the road, by any passersby,’ says
our informant, who contacted
the RSPCA. ‘It must have taken
a long time for the mare to get
like this, so all neighbours must
Syrian artist Usama Alnassar has given his stunning
sculpture, Theatre of Trees, a
camphor amphitheatre, to the
people or Byron Shire. At an
extraordinary meeting this
week, Council resolved to accept Usama’s gift and agreed
that the work should stay in
its current site in the Clarkes
Beach Reserve until a decision
is made on its permanent location in the shire by the Public
Art Committee.
Crs Morrisey and Barham
moved a motion to thank Usama for his kind offer.
Usama’s installation, Theatre
of Trees is based on the ruin
of a Roman amphitheatre in
Bosra where he was raised
in Syria. As a child, he came
to identify strongly with the
countless beautiful stone ruins
he was surrounded by.
Theatre of Trees is one of almost 70 sculptures from local,
international and Australian
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Local schoolgirl Leila Karni
had the enormous privilege of
playing her violin at the Sydney Opera House recently. The
13-year old Xavier College student was one of 857 students
participating in the Suzuki Anniversary Concert, celebrating
40 years of Suzuki education.
Held in the Concert Hall, it included classical items by Bach
and Haydn, an organ concerto
accompanied by string orchestra as well as guitar, organ and
flute items.
Asked whether Leila was
one of the youngest performers, her mother Petra told The
Echo, ‘Not at all, they started
from the age of 3 and 4.’ Leila
herself began to learn the violin
at the age of 8 when, in Year 3
at the Rudolf Steiner school in
Ewingsdale, she opted to study
a string instrument as part of
the curriculum. Last year she
performed with the Lismore
Symphony Orchestra and this
year her Suzuki-trained teacher Stephanie Higgs encouraged
her to join the Suzuki Music
Association.
According to Petra, Leila ‘felt
it was a great experience to play
with many other students and
performing at the tender age of
13 at such a fantastic venue.’ She
said that the Hall was ‘packed
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families.
‘It was extremely well organised. Sometimes all 850 kids
played together.’
This being an annual event,
Leila ‘is eager to return for the
next Suzuki event’, Petra said.
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Local News
New club supports Bruns photo comp
The Brunswick Heads Simple
Pleasures Photography Competition has a new best friend;
a local club for photography
enthusiasts is about to spring
up in Brunswick Heads.
The Brunswick Valley Camera Club (BVCC) is the brainchild of Paul Begg, co-owner
of local business Print Rescue,
amateur photographer and
long time camera enthusiast.
‘The closest camera clubs are
in Tweed Heads and Lismore,’
said Paul. ‘I thought a local
club would be a good idea to
reduce travel time.’
The Brunswick Valley Camera Club is open to camera
enthusiasts of all ages in the
Byron Shire and surrounds.
The clubs’ mission statement
is to support members as they
attempt to improve their photography technique and skills
through entering photography
competitions, organising guest
speakers and field trips.
Simple Pleasures Photo
Comp organiser Lanie Loughlin said, ‘We are delighted to
be able to work with the club,
jointly promoting our common cause and are currently
discussing the BVCC holding
its launch in conjunction with
the competition’s prize award
ceremony.’
‘With the amount of photography competitions in the area
at the moment, it’s a good op-
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The Byron Shire Echo July 6, 2010 9
Comment
Gillard the fixer is on a roll – so far
he Labor Party made
Julia Gillard leader because it thought it was
Volume 25 #05
July 6, 2010
in trouble and it needed a
trouble-shooter, a fixer.
She delivered immediately;
the first fix is in and the big
If the betting is anything to go on, Labor looks a good chance to miners are off the government’s back.
win the next federal election, probably due in August. As of last
The small miners aren’t
Friday, Centrebet, for example, was offering $1.33 for a Labor win
too happy about it, but they
and $3.18 for a Coalition win after Gillard got the mining tax off
were never the problem; it
the books. (Abbott was sliding more towards the fairytale genre
was BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto
last week, calling it ‘the big bad tax’.)
Locally, Richmond MP and minister for ageing Justine Elliot
and Xstrata, with the backlooks a good bet, too, with a safe margin, an eight per cent
ing of the Minerals Council,
swing to Labor in 2007 and a National Party needing to create a
who were running the adpublic identity for its candidate Alan Hunter after Tania Murdock vertising campaign. That has
dropped out. Among Elliot’s main challenges – apart from a less
now stopped, and Ms Fixit is
than riveting performance to date – is providing reassurance to
getting all the credit.
the electorate on the issue of mental health.
Actually we now know
Tony Abbott is promising a $1.5 billion mental health plan –
that Kevin Rudd and his old
as you would when you find a gap in Labor’s policy defences.
mate Twiggy Forrest (who
The major mental health peak bodies, such as Beyondblue and
Headspace, are lauding the offer in order to put the thumbscrews is also miffed at being left
out of the final champagneon Labor to make a counter-offer. You can help apply the
cracking) had already done
pressure by joining the GetUp push at www.getup.org.au.
Elliot is certainly in the line of fire on the issue of mental health most of the work; Gillard’s
role was to make the final cawhen her electorate sees the reality of the problem every day
on the streets. The failures of the federal government in this area pitulation, a lowering of the
come into focus with the closure of the Mental Illness Substance tax rate from the previously
Abuse (MISA) outreach service conducted by The Buttery,
untouchable 40 per cent to a
resulting in more than 250 local people being left to fend for
headline 30 per cent, which,
themselves.
when the other concessions
This week the local Salvos rep Major Darren Elsley confirmed to are taken in, falls further to
The Echo the connection of mental health issues, homelessness
22.5 percent – just over half
and abusive backgrounds, resulting in people living out of their
the original proposal.
cars while the federal government cuts funding which would
But the result, if you believe
have helped them establish better lives. Mayor Elsley believes
the
Treasury figures (and
there is a ‘mental health epidemic out there’ – the Mental Health
Tony
Abbott is not the only
Council of Australia (MHCA) says that 65% of people who need
one who thinks they are a bit
mental health care go untreated – and it affects all of us.
too good to be true) is that
Billed as the world’s first youth mental health conference,
the big boys will still be payHeads Up! (www.iymhconference.com.au) will put even greater
ing $10.5 billion in the first
focus on the issue when it is held in Melbourne on July 29 and
30. Australian of the Year Professor Patrick McGorry, who has
two years that they would
been highly critical of the federal government’s performance on
not have done otherwise. As
mental health, will convene the conference.
fixes go, it’s not too bad.
Here’s a startling figure: one in four young people will
Of course, there are other
experience a mental health problem every year. It seems in
changes: the government has
the category of the bleeding obvious that this has profound
dropped its offer to pick up
implications for the health and future of our nation as a whole.
40 per cent of establishment
It would be unrealistic to expect our local MP to come to
costs, the threshold at which
grips with all the reasons behind and solutions to Australia’s
the tax cuts in has been effecburgeoning mental heath issues. But we can reasonably expect
tively doubled and the only
Justine Elliot and her parliamentary colleagues to provide
mines affected are those prosufficient money for experts to tackle the symptoms and the
T
Votes in mental health
ducing coal and iron ore; for
all other minerals, including
bauxite and aluminium, it’s
business as usual. Actually
this is not as big a copout as
it sounds because these commodities have not seen the
huge price rises, and consequent windfall gains in profits that have made coal and
iron such bonanzas; should
the same thing happen to
them, there will no doubt be
Sydney are, she says, very
real, and must be addressed:
we need a fix.
Well, sure they are very
real. But that does not mean
they are either sensible
or necessary. As has been
pointed out countless times,
the boat people make up a
miniscule proportion of
Australia’s net migration and
in international terms their
numbers are insignificant.
The suggestion that asylum
seekers constitute some sort of
threat to Australia and our way
of life is not legitimate anxiety,
but rampant paranoia.
by Mungo MacCallum
moves to bring them into the
new system.
So it isn’t the neat, inclusive
policy package that Rudd,
Wayne Swan and Ken Henry
envisaged. But at this stage of
the electoral cycle it doesn’t
need to be; what is required
is not policy but a fix.
And, as this column among
others predicted some weeks
ago, it has left the opposition
out on a limb. Tony Abbott,
in a rare attack of consistency,
is standing his ground: it’s still
a great big new tax and he’ll
abolish it and the election will
be a referendum on tax, he
cries. But it won’t; the fix is in
and the issue is dead.
illard is now turning
G
her attention to the next
problem area, asylum seekers; and the outlook is a lot
less happy. She has started
by talking tough. The anxieties of insecure voters in the
crowded western suburbs of
The suggestion that they constitute some sort of threat to
Australia and our way of life
is not legitimate anxiety, but
rampant paranoia, fuelled by
racist bigots and opportunistic politicians.
The way to deal with such
worries is simply to give the
facts; the truth is that there
are no grounds for concern,
and the prime minister
should be taking the leading role in explaining this.
But that’s too difficult and
takes too long; it’s a policy,
not a fix. So Gillard is instead
calling for a full and open
debate – well, at least for the
next day or so, until she can
announce her deeply considered solution.
Say what you really feel, she
urges; abandon all thought
of political correctness. And
while you’re at it, abandon
reason, compassion, humanity, decency, and any
consideration of Australia’s
international obligations and
reputation. Let it all hang
out. Gillard will then be able
to announce measures which
go a long way towards meeting the brutality of Tony Abbott’s approach, claiming that
the public demands them:
the fix she has been flagging
all along, and the one the faction bosses who installed her
really want.
And then there will be climate change and emissions
trading; a short term fix for
this looming disaster might
be more difficult, but we can
be certain that this is what
Gillard and her advisers will
be seeking. She has made it
clear that there can be no
real policy until the public
consensus that prevailed
less than two years ago is restored, but she has also indicated that she is in no hurry
to restore it, and that in any
case the new consensus that
emerges may not be one for
firm or urgent action; and
if that is the case, that is the
one that will guide future
policy.
Gillard is offering not
leadership but populism,
not vision but adhockery,
not policy but fixes: whatever it takes. She has had her
boost in the polls, and that,
for the moment, is all that
really matters.
We can only hope that
this is just her pre-election
mode and that a victory in
her own right will give her
the confidence and enthusiasm to set a real agenda for
the years ahead. Kevin Rudd
had one, but he couldn’t explain it. Julia Gillard explains
things very convincingly, but
so far has had nothing much
to say.
underlying causes – such as child abuse and poverty – which
produce mental health problems.
Now is the perfect time to remind her of her responsibilities
in this area – email [email protected] or write to The
Hon Justine Elliot MP, PO Box 6022, House of Representatives,
Parliament House, Canberra ACT 2600.
– Michael McDonald, editor
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Letters
Woolies and the Station St bottleshop
QWhat do you think of a Wool-
worths bottleshop opening
deep down in Station Street?
Your views are wanted! A new
law requires that A Community
Impact Statement is prepared
to assess the impact a Woolworths Liquor shop might have
on the local community.
This is the first time the
community has been asked to
comment on whether Woolworth’s ambitions might be
detrimental to the community,
and this is only in respect of the
bottleshop. The NSW Casino,
Liquor and Gaming Control
Authority cannot grant Woolworths a liquor licence for the
Station Street premises unless
it is satisfied the bottleshop will
not be detrimental to the wellbeing of the local or broader
community.
‘Any person can make submissions regarding the application directly to the Authority. The law requires that the
Authority take into account
any submissions made when
determining an application.’
These are the very last two sen-
The wrong mayor
Whilst I’m ignorant of the
issues that so incense Fast
Buck$, (I’m still coming to
grips with Jake getting the arse
from Master Chef for claiming there was palm sugar in a
Thai Green Chicken Curry), I
don’t think Fast should be too
shattered by Mayor Jan who
intimated that he piss off during her break from the hurly
burly of a council meeting. She
was probably looking forward
to discarding the robes and exercising her God-given right to
take a leak without having him
maintaining the rage over the
top of the cubicle.
This latest episode in their
protracted confrontation
brought to mind an occasion
when my five year old niece
stormed through the house
and cried out ‘I’ve got the
wrong mother’ after being
‘encouraged’ by her mum to
wear an alternative to her fairy
costume. While Fast may not
have a penchant for fairy costumes I can certainly imagine
tences in a wad of paperwork
from Woolworths solicitors
who are seeking submissions;
this is available on www.mullumaction.org together with
Notice of Intention to Apply
for a Liquor Licence at the
bottom of which are the two
sentences above. Two strong
reasons why this liquor shop
would be detrimental to community are that it is proposed
for a quiet residential street
(not the CBD) and it is about
150m from Mullumbimby
Public School.
We recommend therefore
that you write direct to NSW
Casino Liquor & Gaming
Control Authority, GPO Box
7060, Sydney 2001 with a copy
to Woolworths Solicitors:
[email protected] and
[email protected]
This is a rare opportunity for
us to voice our concerns. The
state government approved the
development despite Byron
Council’s refusal.
Time will tell whether this
single request for community
comment is anything more
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Mullumimby Community
Action Network
Despite the well organised,
well funded, denigratory misinformation campaign waged
against the entry of Woolworths
into Mullumbimby, it is so
pleasing to see the commencement of a project which will be
not only attractive, but of much
business and social benefit to
the whole community.
Certainly there will be numbers of misguided people who
may refuse (initially) to shop
at Woolworths when it opens
in April/June next year, but,
be assured, Woolworths have
done their homework and will
conduct a viable business.
Regrettably, there will be
some inconvenience for resi-
Q
him storming from Council same time request they expand
chambers and screaming ‘I’ve this worthwhile legislation to
got the wrong Mayor’.
include rural and rural resiMick Malloy dential zonings as well.
Taking in a lodger is a good
Suffolk Park
way to house someone while
also helping with that good old
How’s ya granny?
Everyone knows that we have mortgage stress.
a problem with low cost housMichael Murray
Myocum
ing in the shire. There is one
solution and now is the time
to lobby Council to get it done. Hot yoga, dead tiger
The NSW state government is I was horrified to see the front
encouraging councils to allow page of The Echo (Tuesday,
granny flats or studio apart- June 29) featuring an ad of a
ments on urban blocks over bloke proudly astride a dead
400sqm. Nearly all councils ex- tiger. Presumably it’s Bikram
cept Byron have waived the (up Choudhury, proponent of hot
to) $25,000 section 94 coun- yoga.
cil contribution. Duh! – that’s
All I can hope for is that the
dumb! Everyone will continue quote attributed to Choudhury
to build an extension and then in the ad – ‘It’s never too late, it’s
add an illegal kitchen later – never too bad and you’re never
just like what’s been happening too old to start from scratch
for years.
once again’ – is suggesting that
Council is currently delib- he’s reflected deeply upon his
erating to also exempt section apparent endorsement of the
94 for granny flats to be in line annihilation of endangered tiwith everyone else. Good time gers and that he’s changed for
to lobby the councillors to en- the better.
For the sake of the estimated
sure this happens and at the
2,500 tigers left in the wild, I
sincerely hope so.
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than bureaucratic tokenism; certainly without a large
number of objectors, that’s exactly what it will be, so please
make an effort on this one.
Submissions close July 26. Station Street is our street.
Michael Singleton
Tyagarah
Mandy, good and bad
Amen, amen and amen to everything you said in your column, Mandy. Often you make
me laugh, sometimes you an-
dents in the area during the
construction period, but everything passes and, two years
from now, people will wonder
what the fuss was all about.
There has been much harassment from activists (including
graffiti artists) with threats of
last-ditch vandalism, but such
activities only serve to further
discredit the anti-Woolworths
group who should now admit
defeat and take on something
useful in the community for
a change.
As a side issue, now that our
Council has failed in its efforts
to thwart Woolworths future
expansion through the purchase of an un-needed block of
land in Station Street for a figure around $600,000, maybe it
is time for Council, always crying poor, to sell off this block
for an enhanced figure of $1
million or more (thanks to the
presence of Woolworths) and
provide funds sought by Jenny
Coman for our much-needed
Byron Library.
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noy the crap out of me, sometimes I cringe but this time you
hit the nail right on the head!
This wonderful town of ours
is full of heroes as Mandy describes, real people overcoming real circumstances.
I meet them every day – do
I know their stories? No, not
always, but I see my own heroic
efforts reflected in the eyes of
those I meet. This town is full of
brothers and sisters, related by
our response to circumstances.
We pick ourselves up and go
for it again, each time stronger,
each time wiser, each time an
example to our children that
our God has instilled in us the
capacity to rise against adversity and become more fruitful
and loving because of it.
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Let’s remember to honour
the invisible and extraordinary
‘ordinary’ heroes in our town
and while we’re at it, let’s not
forget to honour ourselves!
Sunflower
Mullumbimby
Dear Mandy, within a week
of Australia announcing its
first female Prime Minister we
read your caustic response to
a young ambitious girl (Jessica Watson) striving to live
her dream. I don’t believe her
success is a personal attack
on you, your child or anyone’s
self-esteem.
Both of these women have
shown courage and personal
strength. They have created
historic landmarks, cornerstones, female achievement
alongside male achievement
to be entered into the history
books. I for one don’t have a
problem with this or anyone
who helps to promote the virtues of courage and wisdom in
a world where fear and division
rules unchallenged.
You may think me naive but
I honestly believe our children
are simply a manifestation of
our own thoughts and actions
and not that of society.
Q
Julie Lafferty
Bangalow
Fewer peeps
Great news that Julia Gillard
has backed away from the ‘Big
Australia’ of Kevin Rudd. Now,
please lock off immigration at
‘zero net’, that is, one permanent departure for one permanent entry. The world does not
need more people, and certainly not more Australians.
The way of life we have been
pushed into is, as we know,
unsustainable. We’re not just
among the worst per capita
energy users, wasters and consumers, we’re at number 9 as
a total.
Immigration policy is run
for the beneft of big developers, not for immigrants and not
for Australians.
We should steady our population, cut our consumption,
and try to contribute to the
world instead of taking so
much from it. People should
not have to come here to enjoy
freedom, a reasonable justice
system, and a decent standard
of living. These things can, and
must, be made available to all
people everywhere. Now that is
a fine national project worthy
of our wealth, resources and
education.
To sort ourselves out, ecologically and socially, and be
an example and support for
others.
Matt Hartley
Independent candidate
for Richmond
Centrelink’s view
Michele Grant’s letter (Echo,
June 29) complaining about
Centrelink’s online self-service
misunderstands the important point that nobody will
be forced to use it. If you wish
Taggers take it to the Helen St bridge
Q The residents of SGB and residents of the north have cause
to celebrate. The long awaited
Helen Street footbridge has
now been constructed and
Council has been hard at work
landscaping the park on the
western side of the canal over
the past two days.
The bridge has been getting a great workout by walkers, cyclists, mums with bubs,
skateboarders, every man and
his dog (please keep them on a
lead) – you name it.
S outh Golden B each
Progress Association and
the Helen Street Footbridge
Group are proud to see the
completion of this integral
piece of infrastructure which
links with existing bike and
walking tracks for which we
have fought for more than 16
years. Special thanks to Maggie Brown and Tony Baggio for
their perseverance.
Positive results of people
utilising the bridge are that
community members are getting out and getting physical
and have greater opportunities
to interact socially with other
residents in their travels. The
bridge seems to have engendered a new found community
spirit in SGB.
What a pity that last weekend a small destructive group
in our area trashed the brand
new footpath through the park,
before the concrete had dried.
Indy, Jasmine, Ekala and JD,
what were you thinking? Not
a smart move carving your
names into the path. The park
to visit an office to speak with
someone direct, or want to
speak on the phone with one of
our employees, of course you
can do so. We will never turn
someone away and tell them to
use a computer if they prefer a
face to face meeting or a phone
conversation.
However, many of our
customers have told us they
want greater autonomy and
convenience when doing routine business with us. We’ve
responded by building a swift,
secure online self-service system that allows families, stu-
dents, seniors and job seekers
to complete simple Centrelink
transactions online at their
own convenience.
The fact that more than four
million Australians have registered for our online and telephone self-service suggests it’s
a very popular option.
Ms Grant’s letter also suggests people with ‘no computer,
no computer skills or internet
service’ will find Centrelink
online services difficult. Our
friendly front-of-house staff
are trained to help you register for online self-service –
and patiently talk you through
how it works. Centrelink also
has a partnership with not-forprofit group WorkVentures
that means Centrelink customers can purchase high-quality,
low-cost, internet-ready PCs
from $290. Centrelink customers interested in purchasing a low-cost PC can contact
their local Centrelink office or
phone WorkVentures on 1800
112 205.
Centrelink is committed to
delivering Australian government services in the most efficient and effective way possible.
Our online self-service options
are evidence of that commitment – but they are options,
and the bridge belong to the
entire community, including
you.
It is the responsibility of all
of us to protect and maintain
our shared community facilities which exist to be enjoyed
now and for future generations.
Let’s all take greater pride in
our special neighbourhood.
Angela Dunlop
Secretary, SGBPA
Q The
Helen Street Bridge is
almost complete and I wish to
thank all those involved: Council, design engineer, Council
workers and contractors, as
well as all those community
members who campaigned
over many years. It’s a wonderful facility and already being
heavily used.
Last Saturday June 26, the
contractors completed the last
stage of cement footpath on
the western side. It was very
distressing and disappointing
to see that, no sooner had the
contractors vacated the scene,
than an extremely antisocial
group moved in to deface the
cement in a destructive and
mindless way. This bridge belongs to the whole community, kids included, and to see
it trashed in this way is beyond
belief.
I say to the person who wrote
the name ‘Indy’ and his/her
companions: next time you feel
an irresistible urge to vandalise something, how about you
trash your own place and leave
community facilities alone?
Name supplied
and customers can choose to ecommunications providers
and that’s just before you get
use them or not.
Hank Jongen PSM into the house to get the daily
General Manager orders.
Human Services Portfolio
Now he’s gone. I drive a
Centrelink newer whiter version (not chip
oil). The delivery area covered
Colin’s a gas
by me is still the same but I
The old red rattler is out of gas. have taken responsibility for
You either heard him coming Colin’s run also. With the extra
or smelt where he’d been (the workload and busiest time of
ute, I mean). After 18 years the year for us, this may mean
(although hill folk swear he’s your delivery may not be made
been their gas man for 32 years, as quickly as previously. Please
knowing hill folk 32 years ago accept my apology if this is
I just nodded in acceptance of the case, and know that I am
their memory) Colin the gas working as quickly as possible
man has delivered his last bot- to ignite your flame.
tle. Everybody acknowledges
Enjoy your new project, Cothat Colin is one of a kind. A lin and Dianne.
Keith Moon
larrikin, hard working, a good
Ocean Shores
family man, direct, generous
and always sees the positive in
Israel’s hard issues
life.
I’ve had the pleasure of Gareth Smith and Maxine Caknowing Colin and his family ron studiously avoid addressboth professionally and person- ing the hard issues (Letters,
ally for about five years. Turn- June 29).
Rhetorical questions and
ing up for work each morning
was a daily surprise. You didn’t slick polemic cannot disguise
know if you’d turn up to 300 kg the fact that a wholesale lifting
of macadamia nuts in differ- of the Gaza blockade would faent stages of processing, bar- cilitate the re-arming of Hamas
rels of honey, beehives with or and sow the seeds for another
without the bees, cows, electric round of bloodshed. The leadfences, dogs, vehicles, mowers, ers of Hamas are not Nelson
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Ideas wanted for Roundhouse site
Q Suffolk Park, Main Arm,
Mullumbimby, Bangalow and
Watego’s communities are
coming together in response
to what’s happening to our
neighbourhoods. Do you
think it’s isolated instances, or
a broader pattern? I thank Crs
Richardson, Woods, Cameron,
Staples and Heeson for allowing the six month extension to
the Roundhouse issue here in
Ocean Shores.
Now, there are some who feel
strongly about the actions of
others in the past. Should the
public lose the Roundhouse
because of alleged profiteering
by a few, in the past? Personally, I don’t know the details,
and I don’t need to know the
details to be clear that we have
a deep need of this beautiful
place.
So please come along Orana
Road towards New Brighton,
just before the big drop down
to the ocean, pull into the
space on the left and visit the
Roundhouse site. Stroll past
the council fence. See, it’s fantastic! Magnificent views over
the ocean, headlands and bays,
the hills inland. It’s good for
the heart.
Sentimental? No. It’s what
most of us value highly. If this
land is sold to pay the banker
or to ‘punish a few local profiteers’, then there is no other land
left up here, it’s all been sold.
It’s simple. Think three generations ahead. We’ve lots of private houses, we’re lacking good
places for of us to come together
meaningfully in community.
It’s the last bit of Ocean
Shores, and Council owns it.
A dozen more private houses?
Probably every town in the shire
understands. Friends, please
visit the beautiful Roundhouse
site soon to make up your own
mind about its value. Then if
you wish, support us, however
you see fit. And please come to
the open day. Thanks.
for Hamas continues to be
provided by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Quds Force,
headed by Qassem Suleimani,
and Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security, headed by
Intelligence Minister Mouhsen
Hussein Azahi.
During the two years which
preceded Operation Cast Lead,
Iran provided Hamas with
hundreds of 122mm grad rockets with ranges of 20-40 km
and anti-tank missiles; technological know-how which
enabled Hamas to manufacture lethal Hezbollah-inspired
weapons; advanced training in
Iran for hundreds of operatives
from Hamas and other terrorist organisations; several hundred million dollars a year for
Hamas’ political and military
wings; political and propaganda support; as well as efforts
to scuttle the lull in hostilities,
encourage terrorist attacks and
oppose negotiations in which
Israel offered the Palestinians
93% of the West Bank plus
parts of Israel to make up the
other 7%.
As late as November 2009,
well after Operation Cast Lead,
Israel intercepted a ship bound
for Gaza crammed with Iranian missiles and other weapons. Video of what the ship was
carrying can be seen at www.
flix.co.il/tapuz/showVideo.
asp?m=3423928.
It is easy for Gareth and
Maxine, who live in safety half
a world away in Byron Bay,
to preach to Israelis about the
risks they should take with
their lives and those of their
children. Yet they remain blind
to the consequences of what
they advocate. Everyone would
welcome an improvement to
the lot of Gaza’s civilians. But a
one-sided focus on that, while
sweeping under the carpet the
very real security concerns
with which Israelis cope every
day, is of no use to the longsuffering civilians on either
side of this conflict.
cyclist in the Shire. Ewingsdale
Road has never been enjoyable
to cycle down and any attempt
to make it easier and safer for
the cyclist should be seen as a
good thing.
However, all three seem to
have been made with little
thought or forward planning.
The first to arrive, between
the Ozigo and the (under construction) sports ground ends
30 metres before the sports
ground starts, putting the rider
back on the road, on the wrong
side. The second, newest section must be accessed via a
potholed gravel carpark on the
other side of the road, meaning
the user has to cross an 80kph
road. The builders of this section also drove their machinery over the newly laid bitumen before it was set, meaning
that parts are corrugated and
damaged already. The final
section, that must be accessed
by the rider again returning
to the road for about 300 metres, is simply raised concrete
slabs, badly connected and less
smooth than the road they are
encouraged to avoid.
In total there are now five
separate sections of bike lane
between the highway/Myocum
Road and the Short Stop petrol station. If a cyclist is trav-
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As a keen cyclist and daily bicycle commuter between Byron
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writing to complain about bike
lanes. Unfortunately I am.
Over the past year three new
sections of bike lanes have been
constructed along Ewingsdale
Road between the BP Ozigo
and the highway. On the face of
it this is a positive move for any
David Hall
Ocean Shores
Q We
would like to sincerely
thank the Councillors who
voted in favour of giving
Ocean Shores recognition and
a chance. We now have to a six
months moratorium to pull
together a viable business plan
which we hope will allow us
to keep the Roundhouse site
for the enjoyment of all the
community.
We now need a show of support from the community in
general to back OSCA, the OS
Art Expo and the communi-
ty and cultural organisations
involved. An onsite community day is to be arranged and
OSCA holds its general meetings the last Monday of every
month at 7pm at the Country
Club. The meetings are relaxed
and friendly and you can buy
a drink or munch on a pizza
from the club’s dining room.
Watch for the community
day to be announced and please
make the effort to attend an
OSCA meeting. We welcome
your input. If the dream is to
be realised it will need community support. We need you.
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elling from the highway into
town and wishes to ride on
these lanes they must cross the
80kph Ewingsdale Road five
times. At only one point is this
crossing assisted by any traffic calming measures. Surely
the point of bike lanes is to
make cycling safer? What were
the council/RTA or whoever
else was involved thinking?
Where was the foresight and
planning? Five separate sections of bike lane, with gaps
of dangerous road in between
and several crossings between
speeding cars. The only results
are a more dangerous ride and
a message to the car driver that
cyclist should no longer be on
the roads as bike lanes have
been provided.
Does someone have an answer to this debacle?
Jack Staples
Byron Bay
We don’t elect the PM
Few would argue against the
idea that the language we use
largely constructs our realities.
So, when politicians and pundits alike persist with the idea
that ‘the people elect the prime
minister’, it is instructive to ask
why this usage persists despite
widespread knowledge that
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this is not the case.
Even if voters have the perception that they are voting
for a party with a leader, and
that voting for a candidate
is a means towards this end,
the fact remains that a party,
or government, may without
consultation with the people,
vote down a leader. You would
think Kevin would now un-
derstand this. But no, even he
persists with the idea that he
was elected as prime minister.
The idea that elections provide an endorsement for prime
ministers (and, further, for political parties) is not actually
part of our Westminster system of government. In other
words such approval may be
implicit but it is not legally
binding. We vote in repre-
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sentatives who may choose to
be loyal to political parties and
their leaders.
So when politicians such as
Kevin and Malcolm, and journalists from Ross Gittens to
Miranda Devine, all continue
to embellish the mandate actually provided by the people, we
need to wonder why.
Arguably, what is being
perpetuated is a convenient
political myth – the myth of
popular leadership. This myth
is convenient to politicians and
journalists alike because:
Firstly, it greatly increases
the drama of politics. The idea
that a popularly elected leader
has been ruthlessly deposed
by a largely faceless group
of power brokers is far more
exciting than the idea that a
government is simply doing
what it can do legitimately, at
any time parliament is sitting.
This stimulates public interest
in sensationalised media accounts;
Secondly, it panders to the
idea that strong leaders are
important because they provide direction and create order
where there might otherwise
be confusion. The idea that
political leaders should lead in
policy actually detracts from
the legitimate process of negotiation that ought to occur in
parliament. The so called ‘Rudd
(or Gillard/Keating/Hawke/
whoever) Labor government’
is another piece of metaphoric
shorthand that is part of the
myth of popular leadership,
and much employed by journalists;
Thirdly, it further institutionalises the importance of
parties in the political process. Even though Kevin may
have been attempting to argue
that his party had no right to
depose him because he was
elected by the people, the fact
remains that his political demise from the top job occurred
because the party that has the
majority in parliament elected
a new leader.
Political parties are actually
not a formal part of the Westminster System. It just happens
that political parties have elevated their power over that of
individually elected representatives and these representatives
choose to obey their party.
Most importantly, the current
level of control of parties over
representatives discourages
them from crossing the floor
when the interests of their constituents might require such an
act of ‘betrayal’ of the party.
So, there is a lot going on
when politicians and journalists cling to this myth of
popularly elected prime ministers. Perhaps they are also
softening us up for a presidential system, which, as in the
case of the United States, is
the ultimate in celebrity politics and simplified drama. But
let’s stick with the Westminster System. It’s the best way of
keeping the bastards honest, if
only they’d all speak and write
more accurately.
Tom Jagtenberg
Byron Bay
Food solutions
No, Nancy-Jo, the world is not
going to turn vegan overnight
(Letters, June 22). Except for
the parliamentary Labor Party, humans don’t decide that
quickly.
Cigarettes are even worse for
the human body than meat,
but a significant proportion of
humanity pays big money for
smokes and will continue to
do so, hopefully in decreasing
numbers. In fact, let’s cancel
the anti-smoking ads too! Imagine poor tobacco growers
having to bury their crops if we
all gave up smoking, Woolies
having to close their tobacco
counter, and thousands of oncologists left unemployed!
Of course, it might be possible for farmers to change to
other produce as people slowly
wake up to the ethical, health
and environmental costs of
eating meat – just as wheat
farmers are moving to kamut
and spelt as we all decide that
we are gluten intolerant. If
we leave it to individual conscience, the farmers will have
plenty of time to make that
move.
Too much time perhaps –
a UN Environment Program’s
international panel of sustainable resource management has
stated that animal breeding
for human consumption is as
damaging as burning fossil fuel
(www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/jun/02/un-reportmeat-free-diet). The solution
you speak of may no longer be
in our hands.
Des Bellamy
Byron Bay
Q Those who send in letters
by email – which is practically
every letter writer, apart
from two or three who still
use paper, can have receipt
acknowledged if they wish by
ticking the auto-receipt box in
their email software.
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Clever metabolism of the ferns
Story & photo Mary Gardner
Perhaps winter makes me
moody and oversensitive. But
I feel as if elementals of old
rainforests haunt me as I walk
past all the private gardens and
local parks. Roads and buildings now crowd out most of
the jungle but there is still
something here amid the landscaped vegetation. The boldest ones are the staghorn ferns
(Platycerium species). They are
tropical epiphytes or ‘air plants’.
They live off the ground and if
not on a tree trunk, then on a
fence, a wall or a post. For all
my blue grey emotions, their
hopeful colours draw me in.
Staghorn ferns hug the bark
of trees with flat dish shaped
fronds. These are green when
young, browning when aged.
Over time, they shape into
a cup or bowl. Inside, their
rootlets extend to the support
structure and bind tightly. The
container collects rain as well
as leaf litter and dirt from the
air. These are the nutrients for
the fern, which does not draw
any off of the host on which
it lives.
The container is also the haven for ants and a profusion
of other insects. Living in the
debris, the insects as well as attendant microbes create a soil
of the leaf litter. Estimates are
that, per square metre, more
insects live here than in a comparable space on the forest
floor. As solitary plants on a
fence or wall, they must be acting as urban refuges.
Bursting out from this container are flexible green antlers.
These unmistakable fronds are
where the fern transforms solar power into carbohydrates.
They are also where an alternate form of itself is created.
Day by day, both the energy
cycle and the transformation
cycle attract little attention
from us. But they are small unhistoric heroisms, something
like what George Eliot saw in
ordinary human lives. For all
we depend on these, we don’t
notice them.
To understand the solar
power works of plants took
us the last three hundred and
sixty years. About fifty years
ago, the staghorn fern, together
with orchids and bromeliads,
proved to use a different type
of photosynthesis.
Every day, inside each leaf
cell, green bodies called chloroplasts alter carbon dioxide
gas and turn it into a substance
such as sugar, starch or oil. The
leftover oxygen is then released
from the leaf through pores
called stoma. Water is also
shed, sometimes more than a
plant would like.
The difference addresses
this problem. Most plants have
guard cells that regulate their
stoma, opening them by day
and closing by night. These
groups of plants switch their
guard cells’ routine. They open
only during the cooler night.
Carbon dioxide can enter, oxygen exits but much less water
evaporates.
With a bit of cunning biochemistry, the carbon is stored
at night as an acid in the leaf
until daylight. Then the solar
power kicks in and uses it up.
You can gauge this for yourself
as these leaves taste more sour
over the night and sweeten
during the day.
This process was first identified in jade plants (Crassulacea family) and is called CAM
(Crassulacean Acid Metabolism). Other plants using CAM
are cacti and succulents; all intent, as are staghorn ferns, to
conserve water. They all use
nitrogen very well but rather
less carbon dioxide than other
plants.
And the transformation cycle? It’s only really been understood over the last one hundred and sixty years. In 1851,
Wilhelm Hofmeister explained
that this scheme was central
to reproduction by all plants.
He showed how plants take a
different form in the next generation and then come back to
the original form in the generation after that. Plants have
created endless variations of
this format.
The version ferns use starts
on the underside of the antler
fronds. Dark powdery spores
are created and released into
the air. Those that find a moist
place grow into a very small
flat heart shaped body called a
thallus. Each then grows either
male sperm or female eggs.
Once fertilised, the egg grows
into a plant like the one which
produced the original spores.
Hofmeister labeled this cycle
the alternation of generations.
This concept ranks up there
with evolution and genetics
as one of the great organising
ideas in biology.
Today, in the metropolis
of modern biology, no one
much remembers Hofmeister
himself. His other works ran
against the mainstream. Some
say that, as trends are changing, his time will come. But
this could take generations of
us animals as well as plants.
Meanwhile, small stories like
this one may be like a spore or
seed, waiting.
I remember something else
about staghorn ferns. Some
grow on lonely rainforest trees,
surrounded by worn out pastures no longer economical.
In the dirt and insects at the
heart of the epiphyte are found
great quantities of seeds. Many
are left behind by visiting rodents, birds and bats. Half of
the seeds prove to be from the
former forest or patches far
away. They are well preserved
and can start growing within
a couple of months. Unsung,
but the basic elements of the
former forests are waiting.
What sort of time capsules
are the staghorn ferns around
Byron? I have a banana skin
I am going to put inside one
particular plant. I’ve heard this
is good fertiliser. It will feed
not only the fern but also helps
future generations. It’s also a
small offering to those fey elementals.
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The Byron Shire Echo July 6, 2010 15
Byron Bay Writers Festival www.byronbaywritersfestival.com.au
Writer revels in the Australian Gothic of small town life
The Mary Smokes Boys by event the novel, and Grey’s
Patrick Holland (Transit character, emerges. On the
night his mother dies, there is a
Lounge, released in August).
cruel juxtaposition – fireworks
Angela Meyer
and the delighted squeals of
children on show rides, while
Grey North lives in the small Grey has just found his mother
town of Mary Smokes, outside bleeding on the floorboards.
of Brisbane. Grey’s mother dies His relationship with his sister
giving birth to his little sister, begins as one of resentment,
Irene, and from this traumatic later turning to protection and
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attachment, as she begins to
more resemble the mother he
has lost.
Grey becomes involved with
the boys he used to watch at
night, the ones his mother
called the ‘Wild Boys’, as he
imagines the ‘nights of the wild
boys charged with secret meaning’. He becomes close to the
half-Aboriginal boy Eccleston.
Grey’s father is a drunk and a
failure, and Grey has no concept of the ‘heritage’ his grandmother speaks about. The past,
for him, is just his mother.
Patrick Holland’s sentences
are tight yet lyrical – swift, like
the passing of time in this novel. Soon Grey is in his twenties
and a severe kind of attachment has formed between him
and his sister, Irene.
This is a novel about a very
small group of isolated people who have gone through
trauma, change and loss, and
so cling to each other – seeming casual, carefree about it
at times; and at other times
openly intense – desperate to
hold on. The depth of their attachment is often uncomfortable for the reader, but this is
because Holland never tells
you too much. He gives space
for the reader to interrogate the
characters’ motives.
Though the novel is set in
contemporary times, it feels
old-fashioned, in the best possible way, and this is suitable
Patrick Holland, author of The Mary Smokes Boys.
to the themes of change, and
loss. The town of Mary Smokes
transforms – bulldozers, roads,
shopping malls. But there is a
continuance of quiet and space
– an old drive-in theatre, a meteor shower, a desolate service
station late at night, a paddock
full of horses, the river. It also
feels more like the American West, than the outback,
at times – but beautifully so,
in the tradition of American
Gothic – in the vein of literature and film of insular, struggling, dramatically-charged
lonely towns and people.
For some of the book, you
are galloping along with the
characters, but their issues
keep resolving themselves, and
you wonder, where is it all going? But you’ve forgotten about
a few little plot points Holland
has thrown out, and they all
come together in a devastating
climax.
Along the way, there are
incidents of theft, gambling,
longing, fights, sickness, survival, narrow escapes, protection, and standing up for
someone. The conflict is quick
and constant, almost episodic,
and if I had any qualm it would
just be that I would have benefited from more clues, earlier
on, that bigger struggles, and
changes, were afoot – but the
writing and characters were
certainly enough to keep me
glued. The ending is unexpected, but you do feel that Grey,
who as a child was ‘moved
swiftly to tears and violence’,
and his story, could not have
resolved any other way.
I think about a book like
Philipp Meyer’s American Rust,
in terms of some of the setting
and themes – friendship, violence, isolation and most definitely changes over time, and
transience; combined with the
insular, things-only-gettingworse, narrative of something
like the Coen Brothers’ film A
Serious Man; but with selective and beautifully rendered
features of Australianness,
like in Matthew Condon’s The
Trout Opera – features which
are contemporary, but, as said
before, the novel as a whole
feels old-fashioned. The closest thing I’ve read recently, out
in September, is Chris Womersley’s Bereft, which would
make a nice companion. Together, they seem to point to a
sort of new Australian Gothic
– moody, contained Australiaset novels.
This is Holland’s second novel, after The Long Road of the
Junkmailer (UQP), which was
nominated for the Commonwealth Writers Prize, South
East Asia Region, and won
other awards. Holland grew up
in outback Queensland and, as
evident in the skilled descriptions of the horses and their
handling in the novel, worked
as a horseman in the Maranoa
district and a ringer in the top
end. He has travelled, studied
and been published widely. I
look forward to reading more
from him.
Mullumbimby Zone Workshops and seminars galore at the writersfest
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beginning Monday August 2
and concluding Thursday August 5: what better place to be
than in a cosy classroom developing practical skills with
eminent writers and industry
professionals?
Among the top writers sharing their time and expertise
is Sam Everingham, who has
had three books published and
acknowledges a passion for
bringing to life unknown aspects of Australia’s rich history
and great eccentrics. His most
recent biography, Madam
Lash, has predictably sparked
life stories, whether for publication or family enjoyment and
will teach participants valuable
research tips and show how
to shape narratives which are
both engaging and meaningful
for the reader.
One of 2010’s most eagerly
anticipated, and acclaimed,
books was the debut novel from
Kirsten Tranter, The Legacy.
Daughter of legendary literary agent Lyn Tranter and poet
Kirsten Tranter.
John Tranter, Kirsten has lived a
bold debate. Sam’s Festival life steeped in words and ideas.
workshop is entitled Digging Her fascinating workshop New
up the dirt: writing a killer bi- stories out of old: the fine art
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an intense immersion in the
art of storytelling: short, sharp,
and guaranteed to inspire.
Other workshops on offer
cover crime fiction, short story
writing, memoir, travel writing, editing, even Vietnamese
cooking and wild wonderful
knitting. The business of how
to get published is also dealt
with in practical, essential industry seminars.
Workshop program and all
Festival tickets are available at
www.byronbaywritersfestival.
com or through Jetset Byron
Bay on 6685 6262.
Your local
AUSTRALIAN DECORATIVE
FINE ARTS SOCIETY
Presents
“The Landscapes, Legends
and Archeology of Ethiopia.”
Archeologist Louise Scho\eld also writes,
lectures and makes TV documentaries.
Please join us at the A&I Hall, Station St,
Bangalow from 6.30pm on Monday 12th July.
Guest pass $20, includes light refreshments.
NB: Heaters will be on!
Membership and other enquiries to
Dawn Lotty 6687 2442.
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The Happy Dolphin
is turning 10!
FREE
COFFEE
When Edgar Bogic bought a little cafe in Brunswick Heads, little did he
know he would be the owner of a phoenix rising from the ashes. Ten years
later, having recovered from a devastating fire, Edgar’s cafe has expanded
threefold in size and staff and the Happy Dolphin family are excited
about celebrating their double digit birthday. As a thank you to all of their
customers, they are having a ‘Caffeine Happy Hour’ on their special day.
Edgar and the team at the Dolphin are inviting customers new and old to join
them as their guest for a coffee and scone on Thursday July 8 from 9am.
‘Happy H
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July
from 9am 8
Edgar and the team at the Dolphin.
Happy 10th Anniversary
to Edgar and the team
at the Happy Dolphin
We appreciate your support
and look forward to, in turn,
continuing to support you,
now and into the future.
Congratulations from the
Norco/Fonterra team, especially
Alan and Gary at GST Milk,
your local Norco/Fonterra vendors
in the Brunswick Heads area.
Proudly supporting
Happy Dolphin
to Edgar
dgar and the Happy Dolphin team
to ten more years.
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International
Tarot Reader and
Psychic Medium
In Byron Bay for three
weeks only
Approved reader of Delphi
Organization for Psychics
and Mediums – UK and USA.
ASTANGA YOGA
INTENSIVE
2 weeks from July 19th – 30th
Lyn Armstrong uses
clairvoyance, psychic energy
of the tarot cards and an
open connection with spirit
guides.
A multi-talented psychic, Lyn
has strong connections to
spirit. Her honest and
compassionate guidance will
help provide knowledge and
insight on your life’s path.
‘wear nothing ...
but beautiful healthy skin’
Lyn has been a psychic since
she was a child and has
presented workshops for
spiritual healing, meditation
and channelling. As a
member of Delphi, she is
constantly developing new
psychic techniques to add to
her already extensive gifts.
A pampering session to melt away life’s little stresses. Refresh
your skin & revive your spirit with the bonus of a professional
peel to reveal a more healthy glowing skin!
Introductory offer $80 per
session. Limited readings
available.
5–6.30pm. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fridays
$100 for course intensive or $15/class
Please call Graham on 0402 533 779
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Mullumbimby
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Dedicated skin cancer clinic,
58 Stuart St, Mullumbimby.
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world
Skin cancer can almost
always be treated. Early
detection and treatment is
your best chance.
To book your skin check
phone 6684 4400.
Iridology at
Byron Bay Plaza
Pharmacy
Byron Bay Plaza Pharmacy
now offers Iridology
consultations with our
experienced naturopath Heidi
Moss. Consultations are $30
for 30 minutes during which a
photo is taken of your eyes,
sometimes called ‘the
windows of the soul’.
SpeciÄcally, the iris of the eye
is like a Ängerprint which
reveals our inherited longterm genetic patterns.
Iridology can reveal primary
nurture points for vitality and
healthy ageing, personality
attributes and speciÄc
predispositions.
Complete skin cancer
diagnosis and treatment
under one roof, with latest
digital imaging equipment and Heidi is available Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday 9.30amqualiÄed staff.
4pm.
You are at higher risk of
Byron Bay Plaza Pharmacy
developing skin cancer if you
(next to Woolworths)
have moles or freckles,
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Raw Hair
Raw Hair has been
renewed...it’s time to renew
yourself. Raw Hair Design is
back under the management
of former owner Chris Blair,
and with the help of his team
the salon has made some
changes.
20 July 6, 2010 The Byron Shire Echo
Raw Beauty specialises in
waxing, tinting, massage,
spray tan, manicure and
pedicure.
We are open for extended
trading on Wednesday nights
and Saturdays to help those
who work 9-5.
Shop 15 Ocean Shores
Shopping Village.
Phone 6680 4139.
True Healing
Esoteric Healing and
Massage
Esoteric Facial Release
Energetic Facial Release*
We are always feeling
everything around us all of the
time – every person, situation
and occurrence. Our
emotions about what we see
and experience end up stored
in our body. These
emotions accumulate
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in our organs and on
our faces. It is much
easier for us to see
the emotions that are
stored in our faces
– we need only look
at another person’s
face and they
usually
ly
*As taught by Serge
Benhayon of Universal
Medicine.
Call Deborah McInnes on
0423 527 753 for an
appointment.
[email protected]
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To warm you up we have our
delicious and nutritious
soups, heated to 40 degrees
to preserve the enzymes. We
have our medicinal and herbal
teas, our spiced Almond Mylk
Chai, or warmed Mothers
Mylk. Our winter hours are
8.30am to 4.30pm weekdays
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updates on when our
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Astanga Yoga
Intensive Winter
warm up
Beginners and previous
Astanga students most
welcome. Learn Astanga
Yoga with eight gentle
classes. An opportunity to
learn this classic dynamic
yoga practice in July. The
Vinyasa Åow generates heat,
energising your whole body
system. A great way to stay
vitalised this winter for body,
mind and soul.
Two weeks from July 19 -30,
5pm-6.30pm. Mon, Tues,
Thurs, Fridays.
$100 for course intensive or
$15 per class.
Upon completion, students
may then progress their
practice by attending our
regular classes on
Tuesday,Thursday and Friday.
Please call Graham on
0402 533 779
F ti l
Festival
of Light and Yoga
Swami Satyadharma
Saraswati, master of yoga
and close disciple of recently
departed Swami Satyananda
is visiting Mullumbimby as
part of a whirlwind tour of the
North Coast continuing her
work spreading the light of
yoga. She is conducting her
program at Yoga Peace
above the newsagent in
Mullumbimby on Wednesday
14th July. Her program
includes kirtan meditation as
well as satsang on life, death
and what comes next. Details
can be viewed on www.
[email protected] and is
also advertised in this week’s
Echo. Enquiries 6684 6026.
change with
individuals,
couples and
families. Tim's
approach
draws on
neur
neuroscience, CBT, family
therapy, Jungian and
psychodynamic theory.
physical diseases) can be
dealt with in the therapeutic
process. Esoteric Healing and
Counselling encourages you
to live a life in full expression
of your soul.
Symptoms are often a guide
that can inform and positively
transform our lives if we will
listen and untangle their
meaning. Visit Tim and the
team at NCMC at www.
northcoastmedicalcentre.
com.au.
appointment.
Sandra Hotz also offers
Esoteric Yoga and Meditation
classes that support the
He is particularly mindful of
process of re-connecting to
the soul expressing its longing your inner harmony.
through symptoms of anxiety, Call Sandra on 0418 714
sadness, anger and
345 or visit www.
alienation.
sandrahotz.info for an
Soulful Healing
Esoteric Healing and
Counselling
Esoteric Yoga and
Meditation
Healing happens from
inside-out. Esoteric Healing
and Counselling addresses
you as a soulful being and
assists you to unblock old
patterns, emotional
Tim Loughnan is one of the
incarcerations and helps
psychologists at North Coast uncover unresolved issues.
Medical, having moved from
Through Esoteric Healing
Melbourne two years ago. For trauma can be discarded and
24 years he has been
the body can be allowed to
working to create therapeutic reconÄgure itself. Our bodies
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are the honest indicator of
how we truly are – taking care
of our bodies in a self-loving
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Understanding
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The Phases of
Chiropractic Care
The three phases of treatment
in chiropractic care are;
Initial intensive care
Reconstructive care
Wellness care
ReÁexology
Emmett
Bowen
Health Rebates apply for reflexology
Bangalow
[email protected]
Sandra Hotz
Most people are motivated to
attend the chiropractor due to
pain and begin, or return, to
treatment in the Ärst phase. It
seems that we need to
re-learn our lessons in life
many times before we get it.
Reconstructive care helps
you make long term changes
to your body’s structure and
function.
As the seasons change and
with the onset of the cold
weather our bodies have to
adapt. Wellness care helps
the body to stay supple and
the nervous system to
respond to this challenge.
At Byron Bay Chiropractic
Centre our message is that
the chiropractic adjustment is
good for you and we are
there to promote your health
and assist you to adapt
through all the cycles and
phases of your life. For more
information contact Bruce
Campbell, Bianca Ashford or
Brent Verco.
Ph: 6680 9991
www.byronchiro.com
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Y O U R
C O A S T A L
E N T E R T A I N M E N T
Internationally renowned saxophone player Jamie Oehlers
appears with his new quartet
made up of Perth’s finest young
musicians at the Buddha Bar this
week. He is joined by our finest
sax talent, Mr David Ades.
Why do you think jazz players
have to work so hard! ?
Jamie: We work so hard because
we have to. (Being a minority
art form in Australia), means
that you can’t sit back and wait
for the phone to ring, and you
can’t rest on your laurels and
not practise. To be noticed by
the general public; to increase
your audience by drawing
in people from outside the
jazz community, you have to
be exceptionally talented at
projecting what it is you are
trying to represent. We have to
make our own action, search for
inspiration, develop ourselves
and our music without the
benefits of financial reward
or recognition. The minute
everyone gets it (as in the
general public) it will cease to
be jazz. There is a beauty to the
fact that not everyone gets it.
The minute they do, it becomes
football.
Have bands like The Cat
Empire turned on new players
and audience members that
wouldn’t have found jazz
otherwise?
David: The Cat Empire have
turned lots of players and
audiences on to the idea of
spontaneity and the possibility
of stretching right out musically
in front of large audiences. This
dispels the myth that a band has
to play everything exactly the
same off an album in order to
capture their audience.
How has the saxophone
determined your life path… ?
David: It possesses me more
than I possess it. It has led
me down a life of a glorious
uncertainty and has given me a
direct communication through
a universal language that
transcends barriers.
Tell me a little about Jamie
Oehlers – why you are playing
with him and his quartet?
David: I first played with Jamie
when we were running the
Blue Birdy before it became the
Brewery. The first thing I noticed
was how inclusive his music is,
how unbelievably fluent and
articulate Jamie’s playing is. For
me it was like playing with some
of my favourite groups in New
York, the standard of playing is
absolutely world class.
What happens when two of
the country’s best sax players
get together?
Jamie: The joy that I have felt
when Dave and I have played
together comes from the
fact that we are both trying
to develop the music. There
is no competition – it is pure
inspiration. We bounce off
each other, spur each other on
and appreciate each other's
creativity. What happens when
we get together? MUSIC!
How do yours styles differ?
David: Jamie plays tenor
saxophone and I play the alto
saxophone. The sound and
their distinctive voices are very
different and inspire contrasting
approaches within the same
musical landscape
How do they complement each
other?
David: Music is made up of
tension and release, contrasting
elements and a kind of collective
autonomy which as Jamie has
already stated, requires the
individual to become a part
of something larger than him
or herself. One will always
complement the music when
the musician is more focused
on what he or she can bring to
it rather than what they can get
from it.
As a musician do you keep
learning?
Jamie: As a musician, the minute
you stop learning you cease
being creative. For me, the thing
that has changed as I get further
into my life as an artist is where
my inspiration is drawn from.
Earlier in my career it was nearly
all from jazz music, then as I
developed other musics started
influencing me. These days other
artforms such as the visual arts
and poetry inspire me to create
something different.
What will you be playing at
your Buddha Bar gig?
David: Jamie has a new band
with a new repertoire and a new
hair style – I’m yet to meet these
remarkable young musicians.
To be a great improviser, the
musician also needs to think
compositionally and create a
musical environment that will
inspire that musician to speak
freely within the music. I can't
wait to hear Jamie’s new pieces.
He writes music that invites the
player and listener to abandon
their preconceptions and dive
into unchartered territory
Do you think the ability to
improvise, to initiate and to
follow is the greatest strength
a musician can have?
Jamie; Being able to improvise
is one of the greatest strengths
any human can have. Without
improvisation there is no
Einstein, no Bach, no Picasso, no
Rumi.
How do you build on this?
David: By being open to all
things, by having an inquisitive
mind, by not being afraid to try
something new and having it
fuck up and make something
new and beautiful out of the
fuck up.
What’s the best thing that can
happen on stage?
Jamie: When musicians drop
all ego and commit purely to
the music, especially this style
of music. When the music goes
where you least expect it to,
develops, and leads you to
unchartered waters; this is the
greatest thing that can happen
for me on stage. David: Ditto!
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heartbreak, and for those of
us crouching on the kerb, it
was like a precursor to reality
TV. There’d be some chick in
the box crying on the phone,
‘why don’t you love me? I
leeeerve you… don’t go, give
me another chance, I’m sorry,
pleeeease’. I’d be banging on
the box going ‘hurry up bitch. I
know why he left you. You’re a
self-centred twat. Get out’.
There was no room for compassion in the queue for a
public phone. Even the Dalai
Lama would have lost his
bottle. You’d get your go, load
the barrel with your $1.20 then
it was on. You’d turn your back
on the angry mob outside the
cubicle and launch into your
five minute chat fest.
I’d slide down the glass and
curl up foetal on the concrete.
‘Hi mum, it’s me, Mandy. Look,
just wondering if you can
spring some money into my
account this week. I’ll pay it
back. I promise… yes, I know
I always say that… yes I know
you can’t keep bailing me
out… 25, I’m 25, yes I know
I’m not 15 anymore… look it’s
just that I’ve had rego come
up… yes I know I don’t have a
car, but in NSW they like you
to pay rego anyway. I’ve only
got 20 cents left, mum?’ This
conversation was actually code
for ‘mum, can you lend me the
bucks to pay my rent because I
got pissed last week and spent
it on pot, pizza and taxis.’
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Totally Batty
Broadfoot goes
barefoot
Invisible Funk
Having a Ball
Local funk, rock & roots
favourites Invisible Friend
bring their mesmerising live
performance to the bay this
weekend when they revisit the
Rails on Saturday at 7pm. The
band have been hard at it in
the studio completing a brand
new album with engineer
Steven Law (Hearing Images),
in what is already sounding like
the perfect balance between
the group’s celebrated studio
and production skills, and their
much loved live shows.
Don’t miss playing dress-ups
this Saturday at the social
event of the decade, Byron
Bay Brewery’s Black Tie Ball.
Featuring Steve Sax’s Big Band
Soul’D with a 10-piece musical
masterpiece. Dynamic local
dance instructors start the
night from 5pm with some
new steps for you to learn so
you can cut up that dancefloor!
Tickets are $20 at the venue or
phone 6685 5833. If you don’t
get them early you will be
coughing up $25 at the door.
White Bats have recently
relocated to Sydney from
Byron Bay, the band has played
heavily around the Sydney
circuit already working up a
great live show reputation.
White Bats have four east coast
dates before getting ready to
record and release their debut
single. They play the Unibar
Lismore with Cupid’s Bullet on
Thursday.
There was no text messaging.
No tweeting. No personalised
ring tones. No soft click or
message that politely said ‘call
ended’. You hung up with the
thud of hard plastic hitting
metal.
You always sounded pissed
off. You usually were. And no
wonder. You were standing in
a fricking public cubicle trying
to make a life changing call
straddling some poor wretch’s
vomit, avoiding the cigarette
butt pushed into a half eaten
pie smeared on the yellow
pages while reading the graffiti
that detailed Sharon and her
slutty antics.
I once saw a guy standing in
a phone box wearing only
undies and joggers. I was
immediately suspicious. It was
about 5am in the morning, I
thought, hang on, where’s he
keeping his 20 cent pieces?
And who was undie dude
calling ‘Hi Sharon you slut,
what are you wearing… me?
I’m in red undies… look, I’m
just wondering if you’d like to
buy some avocados.’
This week in the world of
Broadfoot the band is – in the
words of that cranking Jimi
Hendrix blast – Drivin’ South, to
play at the Commercial Hotel
in Broadwater on Friday on the
Pacific Highway for some good
time rock 'n' roll. The boys will
be turning around and heading
back to twister central, Lennox
Head, to play at the Lennox
Byron Bay Brewery
Brewery Tours for groups by appointment
DINNER SPECIALS
Monday
Tuesday
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Thursday
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This week @ The Brewery
SPECIAL EVENT
Saturday 10th July 5pm
Byron Bay Brewery
BLACK TIE BALL
$20 IN ADVANCE, $25 AT THE DOOR
Includes champagne on arrival
Monday 12th July 7pm
Jamie Oehlers
$15 AT THE DOOR $10 CONCESSION
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Wednesday 7th July 7pm
Thursday 8th July 7pm
Friday 9th July 7pm
Sunday 11th July 6pm
Open Mic Night With Matty Devitt
The Crew
Blue Pearl
Greg Kew
Next week @ The Brewery
Friday 16th July
8pm
Saturday 17th July
7pm
Tuesday 20th July
6pm
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The Chris
Cook Band
Dr Sketchy’s
$15
FREE
Cabaret
Life-Drawing
$15
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Thursday 15th July 7pm Barrelhouse
Wednesday 21st July 7pm Open Mic Night With Matty Devitt
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Saturday 10 July
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Saturday 17 July 8pm
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$25 / $20 conc
Tuesday 22 July
Amala Kirtan Concert
Presented by Kirtan Australia
$15
Sat 24 July 8pm + Sun 25 July 5pm
Winters Discontent
Written and performed by William Zappa
Presented by Byron Theatre and
Ripe Productions $30 / $25 conc
Wednesday
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any hot and horny calls as
masturbation loses its edge
when your phone’s attached to
the bus stop.
The main problem with the
Mandy Nolan
public phone is that it’s public.
I can hear what you’re saying.
So while you may be covering
your ass and organising
some sort of covert action on
an ‘untraceable’ line, you’re
standing in the fricking street,
you moron. So, you want to
buy $250 worth of avocados?
HANGING ON
What are you doing, selling
THE TELEPHONE sandwiches on the black
market? ‘Hey buddy, want a
salad roll?’
Every time I see someone in
a public phone booth I think,
I don’t think I’ve touched a
‘drug deal’. This is unfair, I know, public phone since about
because there are citizens
1989. The public phone was
who don’t have a mobile and
the original mobile. When
still need to use the public
you were out you could still
amenity. Dealers aren’t psychic make a call. In fact, for years
afterall.
when I couldn’t afford my own
homeline I made all my calls on
But they just look dodgy. I
the public. I’d stand outside the
can’t imagine what sort of
box with my pocket of 20 cent
business requires that sort of
high risk behaviour. I wouldn’t pieces waiting with the other
phoneless dweebs.
be putting my mouth on that
receiver unless I had a crate of It was like lining up for the
Dettol sanitising wipes. (Ladies, toilet, except the cubicle
that’s also a good pickup line). was see-through and people
were speaking shit instead of
I suppose if you’re making
squeezing one out. All your
threatening phone calls or
private and most personal
stalking someone the public
calls had to be made in public.
phone is the first choice.
There was no humility in a
Although I don’t recommend
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Point Hotel on Saturday from
9.30pm. This is all hot on the
heels of Broadfoot’s interesting
market gig at Bangalow in the
rain, where John, electric guitar
player extraordinaire, was
experiencing the electricity
of his guitar a bit too literally
with the combination of an
eccentric electricity supply
and a wet stage (the Bangalow
showground grass) combining
to produce a genuinely
shocking experience. He
survived to play another day!
CC THE CAT
WILSON PICKERS
A Scarlett Winter
After the wonderfully successful launch of the Scarlett
School last week, Melia and
Nerida of Scarlett Affection
are facilitating two exciting
Winter Holiday Workshops. The
popular one day Performance
Workshop takes place on
Wednesday July 14 at the
Newrybar Hall from 9am –
2pm and is perfect for 11-16
year olds who have a passion
for performing. Thursday July
15, same time, same place will
be the one day Songwriting
Workshop which has been
designed specifically for the
inner songwriter. If you love
to express yourself through
song, if you’ve written half
a chorus but are looking for
direction, if you are a budding
lyricist and need some melody,
look no further than this
inspiring workshop. Multiaward winning songwriters
and mentors Melia and
Nerida will lead you through
some fascinating exercises
aimed at releasing the songs
within! Workshops are $77,
refreshments provided. For
more info head to www.
scarlettaffection.com or call
the Scarlett Affection studio on
6687 2625.
Steve & Leigh
Leigh Carriage is one of Australia’s leading contemporary
jazz vocalists. With her intense
expressiveness and bold
innovations, she can captivate
an audience. Leigh’s singing is
both masterful and passionate.
She is joined by her partner,
Steve Russel is a pianist,
bassist, composer, conductor
and educator. He is the son of
journalist and musician Noel
Russell and extraordinary jazz
and classical pianist Peg Russell
and has been playing the piano
since he was four. They play the
Chameleon Café on Jonson
Street on Saturday.
Wazinfinite Beauty
This Thursday the Wazporter
Band will light up at the Rails
with the usual fantastic lineup
of musicians. Steve Russell on
keys, Thierry Fosmale on bass,
Nick Edin on drums and Waz
Porter on vocals and guitar.
A special night of songs,
instrumentals and jazz inspired
improvisations. As always Waz
will be airing a couple of new
tunes the latest being a story of
the infinite lightness of being.
So make your way out into the
cold night air and find some
warmth in the Wazporter Band.
Mick in Eltham
Recently returned from his
trip to Ireland, Irish singer
songwriter Mick McHugh is
back in the area with some
fresh songs from his travelling.
Mick, his guitar, harmonica and
foot percussion will be playing
his most recent unreleased
studio songs, revisiting some
songs of old and some classic
Irish covers, accompanied by
violinist. Catch Mick at the
Eltham Hotel on Sunday at
2pm.
Cat’s Play
Gold Coast hard-working
reggae rockers CC The Cat
are back on the road with
an awesome new lineup,
launching their much-awaited
debut album Inna Babylon
Jungle across the nation. Two
years in the making, their
genre-mashing reggae-dubdisco-funk voyage has already
been picked up by Triple J and
is gathering momentum on
the roots/reggae underground.
They play the Hotel Great
Northern on Saturday.
celebrates inspired string
music from the heart and from
around the world. They have
a unique sound, combining
swinging rhythmic fiddling and
sublime improvisation with
harmonising vocals. Friday
7.30pm.
Getting into your
Chants
This Sunday at the Lotus
Temple 1/5 Wollongbar Street,
Luke Yeaman is a contemByron Arts and Industry Estate
porary folk singer/ songwriter
the New Moon Eclipse Chant
originally from Melbourne
for Peace will be lifting the
but now living in the Bay. The
new dynamic material is a true roof off for between 6-9pm.
Featuring Rachel Zinman and
reflection of his wide variety
Nyck Jeanes (Subway Bhaktis),
of influences. The result is an
Kevin James, and Kunda and
honest blend of modern folk/
soul songwriting with a healthy Sangeeta of Sankirtan, it will
dose of respect for the classics. be an evening of chanting
in Sanskrit and English for
He will be at the Rails this
peace and healing on this
Monday.
auspicious new moon eclipse
eve. Sankirtan Byron Bay is
Wild Fiddle
an international ensemble of
Wild Strings is a musical
musicians based in Byron. For
meeting of two exciting
over four years they have been
fiddle players, Cleis Pearce
and Laura Targett. The duo
regularly playing for a growing
Yea for Luke
community of chanters, cocreating a space of joy and
devotion through Kirtan. Join
them in these songs of peace
and healing – an invitation
to meet in silence and song
through the celebration and
joy of music. Phone 6680 8391
for details.
Mo Mohini
Friday night is the night to
throw on your glad rags and
dancing shoes and blaze a trail
down to the Byron Bay Brewery
for a steamy night of R&B, blues
and gospel from the velvetto-steel vocals of Mohini Cox,
lead singer of the band Blue
Pearl. 7pm.
You can Pick It
After a stunning debut that
saw The Wilson Pickers
snag themselves an ARIA
nomination and a bunch of
critical acclaim, they are back
with the follow up Shake it
Down and a national tour to
celebrate. The Wilson Pickers
are a collaborative, interstate
Tweed River Art Gallery
A Tweed Shire Council community facility
On display until 8 August
Bruno Grasswill Claudia (detail)
Salon des Refusés: the ‘alternative’ Archibald
and Wynne Prize selection
The Salon exhibition has an established reputation
that rivals the selections of the ‘official’ prize
exhibitions and is often cited as a more lively and
discerning selection
Beyond the Given: Haya Cohen,
Virginia Miller and Sonya G Peters
An exhibition of textile installation, mixed media,
photography and works on paper that disintegrates
the boundaries between perception and
expectation
Select & Save: Lyndall Adams and Fiona Fell
Collaborative artists explore the representation of
self and other as being both simultaneously
Artists by artists: works from the collection - portraits and self portraits
CPM 1992-2008 - Showcasing acquired works on paper from CPM
Printer’s Proofs - from the Fred Genis Collection
THIS
FRIDAY
PUBLIC PROGRAM
Sun 4 Jul 2pm Floortalk: Select & Save with Lyndall Adams and Fiona Fell
Sun 1 Aug 11am Floortalk: Beyond the Given with Haya, Virginia and Sonya
HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS
Thu 8 Jul 10am-12pm Paint My Way with Arna Baartz (3yrs to 6yrs) $32
Fri 9 Jul 10am-1pm Insect-oids: Sculpture with Melissa Lees (8yrs+) $38
Thu 15 Jul 10am-12pm Stilts and Juggling with Michele Thomas (5yr+) $25
FREE ADMISSION Open Wed-Sun 10am-5pm
2 Mistral Rd Murwillumbah NSW 2484
02 6670 2790 www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/artgallery
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Good Onya Uncle Vanya
Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer
and Anthrax, announced that
they would be joining forces
to take part in the travelling
Sonisphere Festival for seven
shows across Europe. See the
live footage of Heavy Metal’s
Big Four screening at Dendy
Byron Bay Cinemas on Friday
and Saturday at 8.30pm.
Tickets are on sale now for
$25, conc $23, Club Dendy $22.
Phone bookings: 6680 8555.
By all reports Uncle Vanya is
a ripper of a production. Don’t
miss the Drill Hall Theatre’s
final week, at the Drill Hall of
course! Friday, Saturday at
8pm and Sunday at 5pm.
Tickets ($15, $12 conc, students
$10 )are available at the
door or from The Bookshop
Mullumbimby 6684 1413.
DRILL HALL
THEATRE COMPANY
presents
UNCLE VANYA
Drill Hall Theatre, Mullumbimby
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 5pm
June 25 to July 11
TICKETS
Kids art workshops @
Still
Still @ the Centre on the
Byron Arts & Industry Estate
effort from some of Australia’s
and Celtic music in meaningful have some solutions for bored
finest rising songwriting and
song. They meld it all together kids. Rather than parking
musical talents including
at Treehouse this Saturday
them in front of the Xbox or
singer/songwriter Sime Nugent from 6pm.
the computer, do something
and multi instrumentalist John
for their precious souls that
Bedggood from Melbourne
Rumourtism
will last a lifetime – initiate
with Ben Salter (The Gin Club), As Rumourtism grew and
creativity with Art Workshops.
songwriter/composer Danny
solidified into a 6-piece
Wednesday there’s Winter and
Widdicombe, and singer/
ensemble around 2008, the
Nature mixed media which
songwriter Andrew Morris from beginnings of their debut
focuses on stencil making.
Brisbane. The Wilson Pickers
album Birds of a Feather began Thursday it’s collage with Aah
play banjo, fiddle, harmonica
to take shape. Two years of
Tissue! and on Friday Animal
and acoustic guitar-based
hard work and refinement at
Crackers when artists show
songs that draw on bluegrass,
Wick Studios has seen them
kids how to draw animals from
folk, country and lots of other
launch the album nationally.
photographs. The following
thing. Sunday at the Beach
Check them out live, in an
Tuesday the kids learn to make
Hotel.
intimate acoustic setting at The Art Cards with pop up cut
Rails this Sunday night, fresh
outs, textures, potato prints
from the Adelaide, Perth and
Kindling Trio
and cardboard relief. It will
Brisbane legs of their tour!
The Kindling Trio is a
be a blessed relief for you as
formation of members of a
well knowing the creative side
larger group, Kooii – a Brisbane
of your sweet peas is being
group renowned for their
nurtured. Finish the holidays
songwriting and afro-reggae
with a feeling of triumph about
feel. The group comprises Peter
your great parenting, not guilt!
Hunt on guitar and lead vocals,
Workshops run through until
Tom Hinchliffe on bass and
Friday July 16. For more details
Conan Griffiths on drums. The
enquire at the centre: 6685
members further meld their
5808. One class is $40, and
distinctive African, reggae, jazz
three classes $100.
Sculpture School
$15/$12 concession/$10 Student
from
The Bookshop, Mullumbimby
Mary Ryan’s Bookshop, Byron Bay
Myocum now has its own
Sculpture School. The school
is an arts education centre
that immerses students in the
history and tradition of the
craft of sculpting. Teacher and
master sculptor Damien Lucas
studied under and worked
with the great Australian
sculptor Tom Bass and in his
work he continues the lineage
of centuries of sculpting
masters, promoting the values
and knowledge of this art
form. He teaches drawing
and the traditional methods
of sculpture, including the
crafts of modeling, mould
making, casting, carving and
fabrication. The Myocum
School of Sculpture is
currently taking enrolments
for term 2, which commences
July 19. Places are available
in Sculpting Classes on a
Monday and a Life Study
Class on Wednesday. For
more information visit www.
myocumschoolofsculpture.
com.au or call Damien Lucas
on 0425 398 743.
FRIDAY NIGHTS @ THE YAC
Drop in fun for high school kids 5 to 10pm
movies, music, art, gaming, food and more…
WINTER WARMING PARTY!
Friday July 9th 5 to 10pm
Poi, fire twirling, food and lots more!!
Wear your beanies, uggies and scarves!
BOXATION
Mondays and Wednesdays 5 to 7pm
Out with the anger and in with the calm
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR RECENT FASHION STUDENTS!
All 10 completed their Certificate II
with TAFE @ the YAC
BARISTA COURSE
Tues July 20th 4-7pm $75
Call us about booking the YAC for your
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Mungo’s Crossword
This week celebrates the 75th birthday of
Cancerian Nobel Peace Prize winner His Holiness
the Dalai Lama, indefatigable advocate of
kindness in our warring world and Cancerian
Buckminster Fuller who observed:
Either war is obsolete or people are…
WITH LILITH
Quick Clues
Cryptic Clues
ACROSS
1. Monster created by Lewis Carroll
(10)
7. Unwanted messages on the internet
(4)
9. Capital of India (3,5)
10. Motor boat (5)
11. Rubbish, nonsense (6)
13. Winding to carry the current in an
electric motor (8)
14. Noisy and showy activity, usually
peripheral to the main event (6-6)
17. Vaudeville character who
traditionally questions Mr Bones (12)
20. North American skunks (8)
21. Short sleep, snooze (6)
22. Measure of astronomical distance
(6)
23. Safety from disease, exemption
from liability (8)
25. Chief, employer (4)
26 Comic character creatrd by Walt
Disney (6,4)
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2. Citizen of the United States or
Canada (8)
3. Evil, rotten (3)
4. Bohemian-Australian poet, author of
The Duino Elegies (5)
5. Japanese island, site of a battle in
World War II (7)
6. Michigan town in which Glenn Miller,
musically speaking, had a girl (9)
7. Gossip, rumour (11)
8. Agreement, harmony (6)
12. Indistinct images, blurrinesses (11)
15. Bewitched, enthralled (10)
16. Pertaining to love or to the
imagination (8)
18. Citizen of Moscow (7)
19. Fruit often used as a salad
vegetable (6)
21. Beast of burden (5)
24. Gesture of agreement (3)
ACROSS
1. Rave at news of a cooking pot for
whiffling, burbling monster (10)
7. Return plans for tinned meat (4)
9. Report of naked John Marsden
heroine in capital (3,5)
10. Hurl article into a meal (6)
11. Very strong in heap of rubbish
(6)
13. Central part of an electric motor
may be unprofessional, we hear (8)
14. Artist sleeping with the wife of
Tyndareus (as did Zeus) and sleeping
with the French! A noisy and showy
activity! (6-6)
17. Cruel trio not wild about Mr
Bones’s traditional partner (12)
20. Jazz fans from Warsaw?
Proverbially they a stink (8)
21. Endless savoury includes time for
a quick snooze (6)
22. Standard short time for a very
long distance (6)
23. Setter is beside savage mutiny,
but gets protection (8)
25. Miss Derek has two seconds for
stud (4)
26. Trump to dodge Daisy’s suitor
(6,4)
DOWN
2. Last word about hockey coach
Charlesworth – he’s a New Yorker
(8)
3. Expert raised evil (3)
4. Unsuitable for under 18s, sort of
like a Bohemian poet (5)
5. After eliminating the unknown,
Japanese island is all right – in a
way (7)
6. Novelty instrument covers Los
Angeles, Maryland and a town in
Michigan (9)
7. Hurry, but time is just rumour (11)
8. Settlement for an electric flex,
perhaps? (6)
12. The police, in bends, produce
blurry impressions (11)
15. Canter vigorously in the finish –
you’ll be enraptured! (9)
16. Italian with a little twitch –
exciting the imagination (8)
18. Hinze and Thorpe, traditionally
hostile to 2 (7)
19. Also, about the rug: it’s usually
red and round (6)
21. Arrived before large mount (5)
24. Back Bradman, yes? (3)
Last week’s solution
Mungo’s Crossword first published
in The Week.
ARIES: Uranus the planet of
surprises retrograding in Aries
this week (followed by Jupiter
later in the month) swirls flux
and ferment into your world, so
give plenty of thought to how
you can act wisely on your own
behalf – perhaps even using
that most primal of prayers:
Help!
TAURUS: This week’s astral
emphasis for Taurans is on health
and efficiency, which means it’s
looking good for that paperwork
you’d rather not think about:
insurance, wills, refinancing,
cost cuts, new ways to maximize
savings – all sensible protection
against the financial agitation
rocking our world.
GEMINI: A week for locking
in those glam home additions
you’ve been planning, then
inviting friends over to celebrate
your new value-adding features
during late week Gemini moon.
But the present astromix also
suggests accidents involving
fire, so check smoke alarms and
keep flammables off heating
systems.
Continuing his stellar year,
Australia’s number one Zhao
Zong Yuan last week added the
Gold Coast Open title to his
2010 collection.
Zhao, who turned 24 on the
first day of the tournament,
secured a record-winning margin
in a field which included three
other Australian Olympians.
Zhao was never troubled in
taking out the $1,500 first prize,
conceding a draw only to second
seed George Xie.
Added to victories in Dubbo,
the Sydney International Open
and the NSW Open, Zhao’s win
on the Gold Coast moved him
into the lead in the Australian
Grand Prix, though Xie remains
hot on his heels.
At the end of the tournament Zhao also announced that
Sydney University had agreed to
allow him to lead Australia at the
upcoming Chess Olympiad in
Siberia. Zhao had feared that his
medical faculty would veto his
Olympic representation but he
recently received the all-clear.
Play at Byron Services Club, Mon 7-10pm
Apart from the record field, 8...c4 9.Be2 Nc6 10.Rb1 Qc3 11.exd5 exd5
the 2010 Gold Coast Open was 12.0-0 Bf5?!
notable also for the success of the 12...Nxd4 13.Re1! Be6 14.Nxd4 Qxd4 15.c3!
younger generation, with teen- Qxc3 16.Qa4+ Kd8 17.Nxc4! is far too dangeragers Gene Nakauchi, Moulthun ous for Black but 12...Nb4 would have forced
Ly and James Morris tying for Xie to justify his play with new sacrifices, ie.
13.a3! Qxa3 (13...Nxc2 14.Rc1) 14.Nxc4 dxc4
second place with Xie.
15.Bxc4 when anything could happen.
Nakauchi was the surprise
13.Rxb7 Bxc2
packet of the tournament, 13...Qxc2 14.Qa1! is also not easy for Black.
with the eighth seed defeating 14.Qc1! Bh6?!!
Stephen Solomon before falling Having seen that his intended 14...Ba3 fails to
to Solomon’s Olympic team- 15.Nb1!! Bxc1 16.Nxc3 with a better endgame
mate Xie in the final round.
for White, Solomon sets an audacious trap.
Solomon missed out on the 15.Nb1? (See diagram)
major prizes but did have the Xie is bluffed out of 15.Bd1! which should
satisfaction of winning the tour- win, eg. 15...Bxd2 16.Nxd2 Nxd4 17.Re1+ Kf8
nament’s most spectacular game, 18.Ree7.
15...Qb4!! 16.Qxh6!
given below.
Gold Coast Open 2010
White: G Xie
Black: S Solomon
Opening: Torre Attack
1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 e6 3.Bg5 c5 4.e3 Qb6
5.Nbd2!? Qxb2 6.Bd3 d5 7.Bxf6 gxf6
8.e4!?
Xie’s ambitious new idea in a gambit line usually thought to be unpromising for White.
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21.Nxg6 hxg6 22.Qf6?
After 22.Re1! Black would be in serious trouble
since 22...Kf8 fails to 23.Nxd5!! Rxd5 24.Bxc4
Rd7 25.Qh6+ Kg8 26.Re8 checkmate!
22...Nxd4 23.Qe5+ Kf8 24.Qh8+ Ke7
25.Qe5+ Kf8 26.Bd1?
It was time to agree to a draw with 26.Qh8+
26...Be4 27.Qh8+ Ke7 28.Qe5+ Kf8
29.Qh8+ Ke7 30.Qh4+
Desperation, but after 30.Qe5+ Solomon
would have broken the repetition with 30...
Ne6! and after 31.Nxe4 dxe4 32.Qxe4 Qd4
Black is well on top.
30...Qf6 31.Qg3 Kf8 32.Qe3 Nf5 33.Qc5+
Kg7 34.Nxe4 dxe4 35.Qxc4 Qd4 36.Qb3?!
An exchange of queens was unpleasant but
necessary.
36...Rd6! 37.Bg4 Rb6 38.Qh3 e3! 39.Bxf5
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Despite the shock of Black’s last unexpected
move, Xie reacts aggressively since 16.Rxb4
Bxc1 17.Rb7 Bxb1 18.Rxb1 Bf4 is fine for
Black.
16...Qxb7 17.Qxf6 Rg8
17...0-0 also leaves White with lots of pressure
after 18.Nc3 Ne7 19.Ne5 Bg6 20.Bf3.
18.Nc3 Rg6 19.Qf4 Rd8 20.Nh4 Qb6?!
20...Rgd6! was the best defence.
CAPRICORN: Consider the
possibility that what you’ve
learned in the past might
not be a reliable guide to
understanding what’s going on
this week, which requires lots
of personal nurturing and deep
listening to activate a quantum
shift in the way you think and
operate.
AQUARIUS: This was the week
the ancient Greeks honoured
Athena, goddess of wisdom,
since it’s a time when personal
demons tend to act up. It could
be a good idea to take a break
from someone, or someone else
may need to take a break from
you.
PISCES: While the astral
fandango puts everyone
through life’s food processor,
your job is not letting gloomy,
confused people drain you
or rain on your parade. Make
this week’s birthday person
Frida Kahlo your role model for
maintaining vibrant optimism
and artistic vision in adverse
conditions.
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LIBRA: If demanding partners,
financial tangles or domestic
wrangles aren’t making life
entirely rosy, cosy and toasty,
this week’s still all about
appreciation of your base
station and personal sacred
site. Because the more you’re at
home there, the less you’ll be
thrown by outside goings on.
SCORPIO: Scorpio’s a radical
sign, and this week requires
what my favourite astrologer
Rob Brezny calls radical
authenticity. It’s the year’s
premier period for dealing
with feelings, so if you ignore
emotional sore spots they’ll
demand attention via your
lungs, nerves or some other
body part.
SAGITTARIUS: As a tsunami
of power struggles hits Planet
Trouble, it could surface either
at Sagittarius Mansions or in
the corporate jungle of office
politics. This week calls for the
tricky tightrope walk of neither
catering to other people’s
expectations nor making those
expectations wrong.
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CANCER: July’s your month of
confidence, optimism and home
improvements, so nourish this
week with whatever spiritual
nutrition makes you feel safe
and courageous. Say no to
victimesque behaviour and pity
parties, yes to tarting up the
casa and adding new spice to
the relationship cake.
LEO: Loved ones continue
driving you nuts, though that’s
hardly news. It’s hibernation
time, but Venus in Leo likes to
party so guess who’s this week’s
radiant tower of power, majestic
pillar of flame or plain old heat
seeking missile? (Delete the
inapplicable and pour another
mulled wine…)
VIRGO: Virgo Mars can be rather
sharp, so this week needs a
creative approach. Where critics
might describe someone as
selfish and unreliable, Bono
expresses similar sentiments
another way in She’s a Mystery
To Me – as you could defuse
tension by choosing different
words.
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Television Guide
1. Eva Green and Orlando Bloom get to know each
other better in Kingdom Of Heaven (Prime, Friday,
8.30pm), a sweeping epic – is there any other kind? –
involving medieval Crusaders and other infidels.
2. ABC2 continues its love affair with good Australian
films when a young Noni Hazelhurst and Colin Friels
star in Monkey Grip (Saturday, 8.30pm), a story about
a single mother and her druggie boyfriend. Sound
familiar?
3. Henry Huebchen stars as one of two brothers who
must reconcile to get their mother’s inheritance in the
German comedy Go For Zucker! (SBS2, Sunday, 9pm).
ABC 1
WEDNESDAY 7
4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air
5.30 The New Inventors
6.00 Kids’ Programs
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 National Press Club Address
1.30 Talking Heads
2.00 The Bill
3.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Cheese Slices
6.30 Poh’s Kitchen
7.00 ABC News
7.30 The 7.30 Report
8.00 The New Inventors
8.30 Spicks And Specks
9.00 The Gruen Transfer
9.30 United States Of Tara (M)
10.00 At The Movies
10.30 Lateline
11.05 Lateline Business
11.30 Spooks (M)
12.25 Movie: The Hitch-Hiker (PG 1953)
Edmond O’Brien, Frank Lovejoy
1.35 Island Life Kangaroo Island
2.30 Big Ideas
3.25 National Press Club Address
ABC 2
5.30 Message Stick (G*) 6.00 ABC News Breakfast
9.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 How Do They Do It?
6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show 7.35 The
Colbert Report
8.00 E2 Transport Seoul
8.30 Design For Life (M)
9.30 Teenage Cancer Ward
10.30 Stand Up (M)
11.30 Animal Pharm
12.30 A Place In Slovakia
1.05 Red Dwarf 1.35 Zoo Days 2.00 Close
THURSDAY 8
ABC 1
1
2
SBS 1
7.30 Tour De France Update
7.45 World News
2.30 Donkey In Lahore
3.30 The Journal
4.00 Newshour
5.00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Inspector Rex (PG)
8.30 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
9.00 FIFA World Cup Show
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Cambrai to
Reims
2.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replay
4.00 FIFA World Cup LIVE – Germany v
Spain
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
7.30
8.00
4.00
5.00
6.30
8.00
9.00
FIFA World Cup Morning News
FIFA World Cup Match Replays
FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day
World News
FIFA World Cup Highlights
Top Gear Australia
Movie: Offset (M 2006) German/
Romanian drama about a Romanian
woman in love with a German contractor. Stars Alexandra Maria-Lara,
Felix Klare, Razvan Vasilescu
11.00 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
11.30 Movie: Exiles (M 2004) French drama
about young lovers who embark on
a road-trip in reverse, leaving Paris
bound for Algeria to rediscover their
roots. Stars Romain Duris, Lubna
Azabal
1.20 Weatherwatch
PRIME
TEN
NBN
6.00 Sunrise
9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: Derby (PG 2007) John
Schneider, Dylan McLaughlin, Jason
Brooks, Kate Connor
2.00 Backyard Science
2.30 Go Go Stop
3.00 Time Trackers
3.30 All For Kids
4.00 It’s Academic
4.30 Seven 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
7.30 Around The World In 90 Minutes
9.15 Movie: Pretty Woman (M 1990) Julie
Roberts, Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo
11.40 Most Shocking (M)
6.00 Ten Early News
7.00 Kids’ Programs
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Dr Phil
1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show
2.00 Ready Steady Cook
3.00 Judge Judy
3.30 Infomercial
4.00 Huey’s Kitchen
4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful
5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours (G)
7.00 The 7pm Project
7.30 Masterchef Australia
8.30 Lie To Me (M)
9.30 Law & Order (M)
10.30 Late News With Sports Tonight
11.15 The Late Show With David Letterman
12.00 The Shield (AV)
1.00 Sex And The City (M)
5.30 Today
9.00 Kerri-Anne
11.00 Infomercials
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 Hi-5
4.00 Pyramid
4.30 Afternoon News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 Evening News
7.00 A Current Affair
7.30 State Of Origin LIVE Game 3
8.25 Lotto
10.30 Seeds Of Hope Hugh Jackman and
Deborra-Lee Furness travel to Ethiopia
with World Vision
11.30 Nightline
12.00 Eclipse Music TV
12.30 20/20
1.30 Infomercials
3.30 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
12.35 Infomercials 5.30 Seven News
1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
7 TWO
SBS 2
ABC 2
ONE HD
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home
& Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation
Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children
12.00 The Martha Stewart Show 1.00 Kitchen
Time 2.30 Movie: Like Mike (G 2002) Lil Bow Wow,
Jonathan Lipnicki, Morris Chestnut 4.30 Alf 5.00
Hot Property 5.30 Full House 6.00 The Amazing
Race 7.00 Murphy Brown 7.30 Beauty And The
Geek US 8.30 Knight Rider (M) 9.30 Reaper (M)
10.30 The Riches (M) 11.30 The Black Donnellys
(AV) 12.30 The Jonathan Ross Show (M) 1.20
Leyland Brothers World 2.10 Home Shopping
4.00 Australian Ark: Life In The Desert 5.00 Home
Shopping
6.00 Golf Central 6.30 AFL Premiership Season
– Carlton v Brisbane 9.00 Major League Baseball –
LIVE 12.00 WRC 12.30 ATP World Tour Tennis 1.00
Championship Netball – Swifts v Thunderbirds
3.00 Omnisport 3.30 NASCAR Nationwide Series
4.30 I Fish 5.00 Xtreme Paintball 5.30 Tread BMX
6.00 Omnisport 6.30 Football Stars Of Tomorrow
7.00 Sports Tonight 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 TNA
Xplosion 9.30 WRC Shakedown 10.00 MVP 10.30
ASP World Tour Surfing 11.30 Sports Tonight Late
11.45 Omnisport 12.15 Major League Baseball
2.45 IAAF Athletix 3.15 Grand-Am Sportscar Series
5.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup
PRIME
TEN
SBS 1
7.30 Tour De France Update
4.30 Shortland Street
7.45 World News
5.00 Something In The Air
2.30 Liberal Rule
5.30 The New Inventors
3.30 The Journal
6.00 Kids’ Programs
4.00 Newshour
11.00 How The Earth Was Made
5.00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 Jeeves And Wooster
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
1.30 Cheese Slices
6.30 World News Australia
2.00 The Bill
7.30 My Family Feast The Greeks
3.00 Kids’ Programs
8.00 Oz And James Drink To Britain
6.00 Grand Designs Revisited
8.30 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
7.00 ABC News
9.00 FIFA World Cup Show
7.30 The 7.30 Report
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Stage 5 Epernay
8.00 Catalyst
to Montargis
2.00 Weatherwatch
8.30 Miracles In WA’s Great Sandy Desert
9.30 Addiction (M)
10.30 Lateline
11.05 Lateline Business
11.30 Live From Abbey Road The Enemy,
5.00 Weatherwatch
Antony And The Johnsons
5.05 World News
12.20 Movie: Penny Serenade (G 1941) Irene 7.30 FIFA World Cup Morning News
Dunne, Cary Grant
8.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replays
2.20 Movie: Walk Softly, Stranger (PG
4.00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day
1950) Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Spring
5.00 World News
Byington, Paul Stewart
6.30 FIFA World Cup Highlights
3.55 Can We Help?
8.00 Top Gear Australia
9.00 Movie: Paradise (MA 2003) Swedish
thriller about an aspiring female
journalist with a shady past. Stars
5.30 Message Stick (G*) 6.00 ABC News Breakfast
Suzanna Dilber, Helena Bergström
9.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Poh’s Kitchen 6.30 Dirty
11.00 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show 7.35 The Colbert Report
11.35 Movie: Living In Fear (M 2005)
8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 The Gruen Transfer
Vietnamese drama about an ex-soldier
9.00 The Armstrong And Miller Show (M) 9.30 The
who makes a living by salvaging
Graham Norton Show 10.15 Gavin And Stacey
mines and collecting scrap left over
(M) 10.45 Clone 11.15 Very Small Business (M)
from the war. Stars Ngoc Phuong Mai,
11.45 Massive: The Music Video (M) 12.15 Ideal
Hanh Thuy Ngo Pham
(MA) 12.45 Pulling (M) 1.15 Red Dwarf 1.45 Zoo
1.25 Weatherwatch
Days 2.00 Close
3
6.00 Sunrise
9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: A Rumor Of Angels (PG
2000) Vanessa Redgrave, Ray Liotta,
Catherine McCormack
2.00 Backyard Science
2.30 Go Go Stop
3.00 Time Trackers
3.30 All For Kids
4.00 It’s Academic
4.30 Seven 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
7.30 The Matty Johns Show
8.30 How I Met Your Mother (M)
9.30 Cougar Town (M)
10.30 True Beauty
6.00 Ten Early News
7.00 Kids’ Programs
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Dr Phil
1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show
2.00 Ready Steady Cook
3.00 Judge Judy
3.30 Infomercial
4.00 Huey’s Kitchen
4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful
5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours (PG)
7.00 The 7pm Project (PG)
7.30 Masterchef Australia
8.00 Modern Family
8.30 Glee
9.30 Law & Order: SVU (M)
10.30 Late News With Sports Tonight
11.15 The Late Show With David Letterman
11.30 American Dad (M) 12.00 The First 48 (M) 12.00 Buffy (M)
1.00 Infomercials 5.30 Seven News
1.00 Sex And The City (MA)
1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
7 TWO
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home
& Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation
Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children
12.00 The Martha Stewart Show 1.00 Kitchen
Time 2.30 Movie: Mannequin (PG 1987) Kim
Cattrall, Andrew McCarthy 4.30 Alf 5.00 Hot
Property 5.30 Full House 6.00 The Amazing
Race 7.00 Movie: Tarzan (PG 1999) Animation
9.00 Movie: Thunderball (PG 1965) Sean Connery,
Claudine Auger 11.40 Eli Stone 12.35 The Grid
(M) 1.30 AFL Footy Flashback 3.45 Australian
Ark: The Green World 4.40 The Real Seachange
5.00 Home Shopping
Byron Bay
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6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight
11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00
Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00 The Bachelorette
3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The Nanny 4.00 Kids’
Programs 5.00 I Dream Of Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched
6.00 The Flintstones 6.30 Total Wipeout UK 7.30
Top Gear 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 9.10 The Big
Bang Theory 9.35 ER (M) 11.30 South Park (M)
12.00 Eclipse Music TV 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00 ER
(M) 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me
4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 The
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5.30 Today
9.00 Kerri-Anne
11.00 Infomercials
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 Hi-5
4.00 Pyramid
4.30 Afternoon News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 Evening News
7.00 A Current Affair
7.30 Getaway
8.30 Sea Patrol (M)
9.30 The NRL Footy Show
10.30 Hey Hey It’s Saturday
12.30 Nightline
1.00 Eclipse Music TV
1.30 Entertainment Tonight
2.00 Infomercials
3.30 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
6.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 8.30 This Week In
Baseball 9.00 Major League Baseball LIVE 12.00
WRC The Story So Far 1.00 Championship Netball
– NSW Swifts v Magic 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Red
Bull Riding 4.30 Football Stars Of Tomorrow 5.00
Drive 5.30 Tread BMX 6.00 Omnisport 6.30 ATP
World Tour Tennis 7.00 MVP 7.30 Thursday Night
Live 9.30 Sports Tonight 10.00 UFC Unleashed
10.55 Golf Central 11.25 Sports Tonight Late
11.40 TNA Xplosion 12.35 Omnisport 1.05 Major
League Baseball 3.35 AFL Premiership Season –
Adelaide v Essendon
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6.00 Danoz 7.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With
Children 12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00
Hogan’s Heroes 2.00 The Bachelor 3.00 Just Shoot
Me 3.30 The Nanny 4.00 Kids’ Programs 6.30
Total Wipeout UK 7.30 Crash Course 8.30 The
Bachelorette 9.30 The Closer (AV) 11.30 South
Park (M) 12.00 Total Wipeout USA 2.00 Home
Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00
Married With Children 5.30 The Flintstones
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ABC 1
FRIDAY 9
4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air
5.30 The New Inventors
6.00 Kids’ Programs
11.00 Catalyst
11.30 The New Inventors
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 Enough Rope With Andrew Denton
1.30 East Of Everything
2.30 Spicks And Specks
3.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Meerkat Manor
6.30 Can We Help?
7.00 ABC News
7.30 Stateline
8.00 Terry Jones’ Great Map Mystery
8.30 Trial And Retribution
10.05 30 Seconds (M)
10.35 Lateline
11.15 The Graham Norton Show
12.05 rage (M)
ABC 2
5.30 Message Stick (G*) 6.00 ABC News Breakfast
9.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Three Hungry Boys 6.30
Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show 7.35 The Colbert
Report 8.00 Mr Bean
8.30 Being Human (MA)
9.30 Spectacle John Prine, Lyle Lovett, Ray
LaMontagne
10.15 Moving Wallpaper (M)
10.40 Songbook
11.25 Like A Version Spinnerette
11.30 A Little Later David Bowie
11.45 A Journey Through American Music
Heart of soul
12.35 Planet Rock Profiles Ms Dynamite
1.05 Red Dwarf
1.35 Zoo Days 2.00 Close
SBS 1
5.00
5.05
1.00
1.30
2.30
3.30
4.00
Weatherwatch
World News
The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia
When Colin Met Joyce
Cracking The Colour Code
Short Stories
Classical Destinations Tuscany: Verdi
and Puccini
4.30 The Journal
5.00 Newshour
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Coast Arran to Gretna on Scotland’s
south-west coast
8.30 Nuremberg: Nazis On Trial (M) Albert
Speer
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Montargis to
Gueugnon
2.00 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch
5.05 World News
8.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replays
4.00 FIFA World Cup Highlights
5.00 World News
6.30 FIFA World Cup Highlights
8.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replay
10.00 Movie: Breaking News (M 2004)
Chinese action. Stars Richie Ren, Kelly
Chen, Nick Cheung
11.35 Movie: Cold Prey (MAV 2006)
Norwegian horror about a group
of friends on a snowboarding trip.
Stars Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Rolf Kristian
Larsen, Tomas Alf Larsen
1.15 Weatherwatch
SATURDAY 10
ABC 1
SBS 1
5.00 Weatherwatch
5.00 rage (PG)
5.05 World News
11.00 Poh’s Kitchen
11.30 Message Stick (G*) Saibai Island Home 7.30 Tour De France Update
7.45 World News
12.00 Stateline
1.00 San Remo Song Festival
12.30 Australian Story
3.00 Cezanne
1.00 Foreign Correspondent
3.30 Tim Marlo Meets Renee Fleming
1.30 Can We Help?
4.00 Michael Craig-Martin
2.00 Pilot Guides Germany
4.30 Newshour
3.00 Rugby Union Shute Shield LIVE
5.30 Rough Science
5.00 World Cup Bowls Women’s semi-final
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
6.00 Planet Food Scandinavia
6.30 World News Australia
6.30 Gardening Australia
7.30 Monster Moves
7.00 ABC News
8.30 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
7.30 Doc Martin
8.30 The Bill
9.00 FIFA World Cup Show
9.15 ABC News Update
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Tournus to
9.20 Midsomer Murders
Station des Rousses
11.00 Silent Witness (M)
2.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replay
4.00 FIFA World Cup LIVE – 3rd and 4th
11.55 rage (M)
playoffs
ABC 2
6.00
6.00
6.30
7.30
8.15
8.30
SBS 2
Kids’ Program
At The Movies
Heartland
Robin Hood
Mr Bean
Movie: The Reel Australia – Monkey
Grip (M 1982) Gloom settles quickly
as Nora launches into a portentous
account of her emotional ups and
downs. Stars Colin Friels, Noni
Hazlehurst
10.10 Movie: Summerfield (M 1977) Nick
Tate, John Waters
12.00 Nerves Of Steel (MA)
1.00 Victoria’s Empire
2.00 Close
Weatherwatch
World News
FIFA World Cup Match Replays
FIFA World Cup Highlights
World News
FIFA World Cup Highlights
Top Gear Australia
Chimps Are People Too
Movie: 7 Virgins (M 2005) Spanish
drama. Stars Juan Jose Ballesta, Jesus
Carroza, Vincent Romero
11.00 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever!
11.30 Movie: The Eye 2 (MAV 2003)
Thai thriller. Stars Shu Qi, Jestapon
Pholdee
1.10 Weatherwatch
ABC 1
SBS 1
5.00
5.05
8.00
4.00
5.00
6.30
7.30
8.30
9.30
SUNDAY 11
5.00 rage 6.30 Kids’ Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 7.30 Tour De France Update
Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific 7.45 Weatherwatch
Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 8.00 World News
Gardening Australia 1.30 Message Stick (G*)
11.30 Camel Odyssey
2.30 Broadside 17th century sea battles
3.30 Emily In Japan (G*) Emily Kame
Kngwarreye
4.30 Not A Willing Participant Vernon Ah
Kee
5.00 First Tuesday Book Club
5.30 Art Nation
6.00 At The Movies
6.30 Treks In A Wild World Northern
Territory
7.00 ABC News
7.30 Doctor Who
8.35 Little Dorrit
10.20 Compass Christianity: A History
11.10 Alice Neel (M)
12.45 Movie: The Great Man Votes (G 1939)
John Barrymore, Virginia Weidler
2.00 Dance On Screen
2.30 Primal Instincts
3.30 Talking Heads Ken Done
4.00 First Tuesday Book Club
ABC 2
6.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 The Wild Gourmets 6.30
First Tuesday Book Club 7.00 Art Nation 7.30
Infinite Space: Architect John Lautner 9.00 IOU:
Robin Boyd 9.30 Cold Feet (M)
10.45 Brideshead Revisited
11.40 jtv Live The Shins
12.35 The Pigeon Detectives At Radio 1’s
Big Weekend
1.10 Beautiful Noise North Mississippi
Allstars
2.10 Close
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12.30 Outback United
1.30 MTB World Cup Cycling Austria
2.00 Speedweek
4.00 Football Asia
4.30 Futbol Mundial
5.00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? Christine
Anu
8.30 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
9.00 FIFA World Cup Show
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Station des
Rousses to Morzine-Avoriaz
2.00 FIFA World Cup Match Replay
3.30 FIFA World Cup Final LIVE
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
7.30
8.00
6.30
8.00
9.00
FIFA World Cup Morning News
World News
FIFA World Cup Highlights
Top Gear Australia
Movie: Go For Zucker! (M 2005)
German comedy. Stars Henry
Huebchen, Udo Samel, Hannelore
Elsner
10.40 The T-Shirt (M)
10.50 Mebollix (M)
11.00 Santo, Sam And Ed’s Cup Fever
11.30 Movie: Foon (M 2005) French musical. Stars Martine Chevallier, Alexandre
Brik, Dominique Frot
1.05 Weatherwatch
PRIME
6.00 Sunrise
9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: The Evens Stevens Movie (G
2003) Shia LaBeouf, Christy Carlson
Romano, Donna Pescow
2.00 Kids’ Programs
4.00 It’s Academic
4.30 Seven 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
7.30 Better Homes And Gardens
8.30 Movie: Kingdom Of Heaven (M
2003) A story of faith set in medieval
Jerusalem about a blacksmith who
becomes a leader. Stars Orlando
Bloom, Eva Green, Jeremy Irons
11.30 AFL Premiership Season Port
Adelaide v Collingwood
2.30 Infomercials
TEN
6.00 Ten Early News
7.00 Kids’ Programs
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Dr Phil
1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show
2.00 Ready Steady Cook
3.00 Judge Judy
3.30 Infomercial
4.00 Huey’s Kitchen
4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful
5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 The 7pm Project
7.30 Masterchef Australia
9.00 NCIS (M)
10.00 Numb3rs (M)
11.00 Ten Late News
11.30 Sports Tonight
12.00 The Late Show With David Letterman
1.00 Medium (M)
2.00 Infomercials
5.00 Religion
7 TWO
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home
& Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation
Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children
12.00 Martha Stewart Show 1.00 Kitchen Time
2.30 Movie: One, Two, Three (G 1962)
James Cagney, Pamela Tiffin, Horst
Buchholz, Lilo Pulver
5.00 Hot Property 5.30 Full House 6.00 The
Amazing Race 7.00 Airline USA 7.30 Ghost
Whisperer 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.45 60
Minute Makeover 10.45 My Shocking Story (M)
11.40 Son Of The Dragon (M) 1.30 AFL Footy
Flashbacks
NBN
5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Infomercials
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 Hi-5
4.00 Pyramid
4.30 News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 NBN News
7.00 A Current Affair
7.30 Friday Night Football LIVE – Sydney
Roosters v South Sydney Rabbitohs
9.30 Friday Night Football Wests Tigers v
Gold Coast Titans
11.30 Nightline
12.00 Movie: Lords Of Dogtown (M 2005)
Heath Ledger, Emile Hirsch
2.05 Movie: Best Pair Of Legs In The
Business (M 1973) Johnny Briggs,
Diana Coupland
4.00 Infomercial
4.30 Good Morning America
ONE HD
GO!
6.00 Golf Central 6.30 Championship Netball –
NSW Swifts v Magic 8.30 NASCAR Nationwide
Series 10.30 Transworld Sport 11.30 MVP 12.00
Major League Baseball – LIVE 3.00 Omnisport 3.30
NASCAR Sprint Cup 4.30 Sports Unlimited 5.30
Tread BMX 6.00 Omnisport 6.30 IAAF Athletix 7.00
Sports Tonight 7.30 Warren Miller Friday Feature:
Storm 9.30 Andra Pro Series Drag Racing 10.30
UFC 79 12.30 Sports Tonight Late 1.00 Omnisport
1.30 Major League Baseball 4.00 Twenty20 Cricket
Retrospective 5.00 WRC Shakedown 5.30 Oneasia
Tour Golf Highlights
6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30
Married With Children 12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30
Seinfeld 1.00 Crash Course 2.00 The Moment
Of Truth 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The Nanny
4.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Scooby-Doo! 7.30 Black
Adder Goes Forth (PG) 8.00 ’Allo ’Allo (PG) 8.30
CSI (M) 9.30 CSI: Miami (M) 10.30 CSI: New York
(M) 11.30 Movie: The Boogeyman (M 2005) Barry
Watson, Emily Deschanel 1.30 Movie: Blurred (M
2002) Evan Clarry, Tony Brockman 3.30 Seinfeld
4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With
Children 5.30 The Flintstones
PRIME
TEN
NBN
6.00 Saturday Club
7.00 Weekend Sunrise
9.00 Kids’ Programs
12.00 Cirque Du Soleil The creation of
Corteo
1.00 What’s Up Down Under
1.30 V8 Supercars Townsville
5.30 Sydney Weekender
6.00 Seven News
6.30 Movie: Step Up 2 The Streets (PG
2008) A rebellious street dancer finds
it hard to fit into an elite school of
the arts. Stars Briana Evigan, Robert
Hoffman, Adam G Sevani
8.30 Movie: For Your Eyes Only (PG 1981)
Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol,
Lynn-Holly Johnson, Julian Glover
11.10 Movie: The Eagle Has Landed (PG
1976) A German parachute unit commander is sent to England to kidnap
Winston Churchill. Stars Michael Caine,
Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall,
Jenny Agutter
2.00 Infomercials
6.00 Kids’ Programs
10.00 Hit List TV
12.00 Landed Music
12.30 Hook Line & Sinker
1.00 Ax Men
2.00 AFL Premiership Season LIVE –
Geelong v Hawthorn
5.00 Ten News
5.30 Sports Tonight
6.00 Malcolm In The Middle
6.30 Monk (PG)
8.30 Movie: 2 Fast 2 Furious (M 2003) An
undercover cop transports a shipment
of dirty money for a shady Miamibased dealer. Stars Paul Walker, Tyrese
Gibson, Eva Mendes
10.40 AFL Premiership Season Brisbane
Lions v St Kilda
6.00 Infomercials
7.00 Weekend Today Saturday
9.00 Saturday Kerri-Anne
10.00 Kid’s Programs
1.30 Movie: The Last Time I Saw Paris (PG
1954) Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson
4.00 Discover Downunder
4.30 Talk To The Animals
5.00 Fishing Australia
5.30 Postcards International
6.00 NBN News
6.30 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos
7.30 Movie: The Water Horse – Legend Of
The Deep (PG 2007) Alex Etel, Emily
Watson, Ben Chaplin
8.40 Lotto
9.45 Movie: The Notebook (PG 2004)
Rachel McAdams, James Garner
12.10 Movie: Consequence (AV 2003)
Armand Assante, Lola Glaudini
2.00 Movie: The Crop (M 2004) George
Elliot, Holly Brisley, Rhys Muldoon
4.00 Infomercials
7 TWO
6.00 Friday Night Footy Encore – Port Adelaide
v Collingwood 8.30 Movie: Serpent Of The Nile
(PG 1953) Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan,
Raymond Burr 10.00 Movie: Secret Santa (G
2003) Jennie Garth, Steven Eckholdt 11.45 Movie:
The Key (PG 1958) William Holden, Sophia Loren
2.15 Targa Rotorua 2.45 Home & Away Catch-Up
5.00 Hooked On Fishing 5.30 Better Homes And
Gardens 6.30 Dr Finlay 7.30 Heartbeat 8.30 A
Touch Of Frost (M) 10.40 Minder 11.40 Monster
House 12.30 Leyland Brothers World 1.30 AFL
Footy Flashbacks
1.10 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
ONE HD
6.00 Oneasia Tour Golf 6.30 Transworld Sport 7.30
Football Stars Of Tomorrow 8.00 ATP World Tour
Tennis 8.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 9.30 NASCAR
Nationwide Series 12.30 MVP
1.00 Festival Of Stars Netball
2.00 AFL Premiership Season Geelong v
Hawthorn
5.00 TNA Xplosion 6.00 Sports Tonight 6.30 Before
The Game 7.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Qualifying
8.30 Australian Rally Championship 9.20 World
Rally Championship
9.50 MotoGP Qualifying LIVE – Britain
11.10 AFL Premiership Season Brisbane
Lions v St Kilda
1.40 Omnisport 2.10 World Rally Championship
2.40 Prelude To The Dream Motor Race 5.00
Omnisport 5.30 IAAF Athletix
PRIME
TEN
6.00 Religion
6.00 Religion
7.00 Weekend Sunrise
7.00 Kids’ Programs
10.00 AFL Game Day
8.00 Meet The Press
11.15 David Campbell Performance
8.30 The Hit Rater.com
11.30 Home Improvement
9.00 The Benchwarmers Oz Made
12.00 V8 Supercars Townsville
10.00 Hit List TV
1.00 AFL Premiership Season Sydney v
12.00 Out Of The Blue
North Melbourne
1.00 Orangutan Diary
3.45 V8 Supercars continues
1.30 Andra Series Drag Racing
6.00 Seven News
2.30 Championship Netball Grand final –
6.30 Dancing With The Stars
Adelaide Thunderbirds v TBA
8.30 Bones (M)
5.00 Ten News
9.30 Castle (M)
5.30 Sports Tonight
10.30 Scrubs
6.00 The Simpsons
11.30 Russell Brand’s Ponderland (M)
6.30 Merlin
12.00 AFL Premiership Season Melbourne v 7.30 Masterchef Australia
Essendon
8.30 The Good Wife (M)
12.30 Infomercials 5.30 Seven News
9.30 House (M)
10.30 Formula 1 Grand Prix Britain
12.45 Sex And The City (MA)
1.15 Video Hits Up Late
7 TWO
6.00 AFL Grand Final Classic 8.30 Kids’ Programs
11.00 Movie: The Big Mouth (G 1967) Jerry Lewis,
Harold J Stone, Suzan Bay
1.10 Movie: Divorce American Style (PG
1967) Dick Van Dyke, Jason Robards
3.20 Movie: From Justin To Kelly (PG
2003) Kelly Clarkson, Justin Guarini
5.00 Packed To The Rafters
6.00 Samantha Who?
6.30 Breaking The Magician’s Code
7.30 Movie: Karate Kid II (PG 1986) Ralph
Macchio, Pat Morita, Pat E Johnson
9.50 City Homicide (M)
10.45 Holby Blue (M)
11.40 Movie: The Pawn (AV 1998) Greg
Evigan, Tony Lo Bianco, Sydney Penny
1.30 AFL Footy Flashback 3.45 Australian Ark 4.40
Medical Rookies 5.00 Home Shopping
1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
GO!
6.00 Danoz 7.00 Kids’ Programs 1.00 Get Smart
2.00 Here’s Lucy 3.00 Seinfeld 4.00 Hogan’s Heroes
5.00 Green Acres 5.30 The Nanny
6.30 Movie: Daddy Daycare (PG 2003)
Eddie Murphy, Steve Zahn
8.30 Movie: The Legend Of Zorro (M
2005) Martin Campbell, Antonio
Banderas, Catherine Zeta Jones
11.00 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
(M) 12.00 Movie: Femme Fatale (AV 2002) Antonio
Banderas, Rebecca Romijn-stamos 2.00 Hogan’s
Heroes 3.00 Get Smart 4.00 Here’s Lucy 5.00 The
Jetsons 5.30 Marine Boy
NBN
6.00 Infomercials
7.00 Weekend Today
10.00 Wide World Of Sports
11.00 The Sunday Footy Show
12.00 Sunday Roast
1.00 Movie: Sunday In New York (PG 1963)
Jane Fonda, Cliff Robertson
3.00 Rescue Special Ops
4.00 Sunday Football Penrith Panthers v
New Zealand Warriors
6.00 NBN News
6.30 RBT
7.00 Send In The Dogs
7.30 60 Minutes
8.30 CSI (M)
9.30 Cold Case (M)
11.30 Afterlife (M)
12.30 Super League
2.30 Infomercials
3.30 Religion
4.00 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
ONE HD
GO!
6.00 Championship Netball: The Journey 9.00
Formula 1 Qualifying Highlights 10.00 AFL
Premiership Season – Geelong v Hawthorn 12.30
Warren Miller’s Storm
6.00 Kids’ Programs 11.00 The Hills 12.00 Charlie’s
Angels 1.00 The Partridge Family
2.30 Championship Netball LIVE – Grand
final
5.00 I Fish 5.30 Omnisport 6.00 Australian
Rally Championship 7.00 British Touring Car
Championship 8.00 Sports Tonight 8.30 World
Rally Championship
9.00 Formula 1 Grand Prix LIVE – Britain
12.05 Andra Pro Series Drag Racing 1.05 Real NBA
2.00 Omnisport 2.30 World Rally Championship
3.00 Major League Baseball – LIVE
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1.30 Movie: Michael (PG 1996) John
Travolta, Andie MacDowell
4.00 Green Acres
5.00 The Nanny
5.30 Wipeout Australia
6.30 Top Gear
7.40 The Big Bang Theory
8.30 Two And A Half Men (M)
11.30 Hotel Babylon (M)
12.30 Green Acres 1.00 Charlie’s Angels 2.00
Home Shopping 4.00 The Avengers 5.00 The
Partridge Family 5.30 The Nanny
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ABC 1
SBS 1
PRIME
TEN
4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air
5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Kids’ Programs
7.30 Tour De France Update
7.45 World News
3.30 What On Earth Is Wrong With
Gravity?
4.30 The Journal
5.00 The Crew
5.30 Futbol Mundial
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Mythbusters
8.30 Man v Wild Deserted island
9.20 The Magnificent 4
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 The Mighty Boosh
11.10 Movie: Graveyard Alive – A Zombie
Nurse In Love (M 2004) Canadian
comedy. Stars Anne Day-Jones, Karl
Gerhardt
12.40 Movie: Dogville (MA 2003) Danish
drama about a fugitive who seeks shelter from a mob of gangsters in a 1930s
isolated township. Stars Nicole Kidman,
Paul Bettany, Lauren Bacall
3.00 Weatherwatch
6.00 Sunrise
9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: Wild Hearts (PG 2006) A father
and daughter pack up their memories
of the city for a new life in the open
wilds. Stars Richard Thomas, Nancy
McKeon, Hallee Hirsch
2.00 Kids’ Programs
4.00 It’s Academic
4.30 Seven 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
7.30 Border Security
8.00 The Force: RBT
8.30 Desperate Housewives (M) Season
finale
10.30 Hung (MA)
12.00 Trauma (M)
1.00 Infomercials
5.30 Seven News
6.00 Ten Early News
7.00 Kids’ Programs
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Dr Phil
1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show
2.00 Ready Steady Cook
3.00 Judge Judy
3.30 Infomercial
4.00 Huey’s Kitchen
4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful
5.00 Ten News
6.00 The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
7.00 The 7pm Project
7.30 Masterchef Australia
8.30 Just For Laughs – Montreal Comedy
Festival (M)
10.30 Late News With Sports Tonight
11.15 The Late Show With David Letterman
12.00 Burn Notice (M)
1.00 Sex And The City (MA)
SBS 2
7 TWO
11.00 Landline
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 The Return Of Sherlock Holmes
1.30 The Cook And The Chef
2.00 Waterloo Road
2.45 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Travel Oz
6.30 Talking Heads Neil Balnaves
7.00 ABC News
7.30 The 7.30 Report
8.00 Australian Story
8.30 Four Corners
9.20 Media Watch
9.35 Q&A
10.35 Lateline
11.10 Lateline Business
11.35 The War Second World War
12.30 The Clinic (M)
1.25 Movie: Second Chorus (G 1940) Fred
Astaire, Burgess Meredith
2.55 Tnorala Dreamtime
3.25 World Cup Bowls
ABC 2
5.30 Message Stick: 12 Canoes (G*) 6.00 ABC
News Breakfast 9.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Terry
Jones’ Great Map Mystery 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The
Daily Show Global Edition 7.35 The Colbert Report
Global Edition 8.00 10 Items Or Less 8.30 Good
Game 9.00 Lunch Monkeys (M) 9.30 Sanctuary
(M) 10.15 Torchwood (M)
11.15 triple j’s One Night Stand (M)
11.45 Death Note (M)
12.10 Soundtrack To My Life Nick Heyward
12.30 Afro Samurai (MA)
1.05 Red Dwarf 1.35 Zoo Days 2.00 Close
TUESDAY 13
ABC 1
5.00 Weatherwatch
6.40 World News
7.30 FIFA World Cup Morning News
8.00 World News
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Blood, Sweat And Gears (M)
9.10 Tour De France Highlights
9.30 FIFA World Cup Final Replay
11.30 Movie: Shaolin Soccer (PG 2001)
Cantonese drama. Stars Stephen
Chow, Mat Tat Ng
1.00 Weatherwatch
SBS 1
5.00 Weatherwatch
4.30 Shortland Street
5.05 World News
5.00 Something In The Air
5.30 The New Inventors
7.30 Tour De France Update
6.00 Kids’ Programs
7.45 World News
12.00 Midday Report
1.00 Movie: Valentin (PG 2002) Argentinian
12.30 World’s Worst Disasters
comedy. Stars Rodrigo Noya, Carmen
1.30 The Einstein Factor
Maura
2.00 Waterloo Road
2.30 Tales From A Suitcase
3.00 Kids’ Programs
3.00 Help
6.00 Three Men In Another Boat
3.30 Singles Club
7.00 ABC News
4.00 Risking It All
7.30 The 7.30 Report
4.30 The Journal
8.00 Foreign Correspondent
5.00 Newshour
8.30 Greatest Cities Of The World Sydney
6.00 Tour De France Highlights
9.30 QI
6.30 World News Australia
10.00 Jennifer Byrne Presents Christopher
7.30 The Secret Life Of Your Body Clock
Hitchens
8.30 On Thin Ice
9.30 World News Australia
10.35 Lateline
10.00 Tour De France LIVE – Morzine-Avoriaz
11.10 Lateline Business
to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne
11.40 Four Corners
2.00 Weatherwatch
12.25 Media Watch
12.40 The Chaser’s War On Everything (MA)
1.15 Movie: Jet Storm (PG 1959) Richard
Attenborough
5.00 Weatherwatch
3.00 Big Ideas 4.00 Good Game
6.40 World News
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Marie Antoinette
5.30 Message Stick (G*) 6.00 ABC News Breakfast
8.30 Tour De France Highlights
9.00 Kids’ Programs 6.00 Face Painting: Tilly Devine
9.00 Movie: Tokyo Sonata (PG 2008)
6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show 7.35 The
Japanese drama. Stars Teruyuki
Colbert Report 8.00 Outnumbered
Kagawa, Kyoko Koizumi, Koji Yakusho
8.30 The Street (M)
11.05 Movie: The Colour Of Paradise (G
9.30 The Wire (M)
1999) Iranian drama about an eight10.30 Teachers (M)
year-old blind boy whose widowed
11.30 Billable Hours (M)
father sees him as a hindrance to
12.00 Heartland
his planned marriage. Stars Hossein
12.45 A Little Later Portishead
Mahjoub, Salime Feizi
1.05 Red Dwarf 1.35 Zoo Days 2.00 Close
12.40 Weatherwatch
1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
ONE HD
GO!
6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight
11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00
Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00 Green Acres 2.00
Wife Swap USA 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The
Nanny 4.00 Kids’ Programs 6.30 Total Wipeout
UK 7.30 Wife Swap USA 8.30 Community 9.00
The Inbetweeners (MA) 9.30 Movie: Superhero
Movie (AV 2008) Drake Bell, Leslie Nielsen, Sara
Paxton, Marion Ross 11.00 Seinfeld 11.30 South
Park (MA) 12.00 Nip/Tuck (MA) 1.00 Wife Swap
USA 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me
4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 The
Flintstones
PRIME
TEN
NBN
6.00 Sunrise
9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: A Ring Of Endless Light (G
2002) A 16-year-old realises that she
can communicate with dolphins. Stars
Mischa Barton, Ryan Merriman, Jared
Padalecki
2.00 Kids’ Programs
4.00 It’s Academic
4.30 Seven 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
7.30 Minute To Win It
8.30 Packed To The Rafters
9.30 Australian Musicians Versus England
10.30 Alan Sugar: The Apprentice (M)
11.50 Popstars
6.00 Ten Early News 7.00 Kids’ Programs 9.00 Ten
News 10.00 The Circle
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home
& Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation
Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children
12.00 The Martha Stewart Show 1.00 Kitchen
Time 2.30 Movie: Agent Cody Banks (PG 2003)
Frankie Muniz, Hilary Duff, Angie Harmon 4.30
Alf 5.00 Hot Property 5.30 Full House 6.00 The
Amazing Race 7.00 Murphy Brown 7.30 Heartbeat
8.30 Kingdom 9.30 Wycliffe (M) 10.40 Infamous
Assassinations: Trotsky (M) 11.15 The Prisoner
12.15 Alaska 1.10 Room For Improvement 1.30
AFL 3.45 Australian Ark 5.00 Home Shopping
1.00 Infomercials 5.30 Seven News
7 TWO
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters 9.00 Home
& Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation
Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children
12.00 The Martha Stewart Show 1.00 Kitchen
Time
2.30 Movie: Facts Of Life Reunion (PG
2001) Charlotte Rae, Mindy Cohn, Lisa
Whelchel, Kim Fields
4.30 Alf 5.00 Hot Property 5.30 Full House 6.00
The Amazing Race 7.00 Murphy Brown 7.30 That
’70s Show 9.30 The Sopranos (AV) 11.40 The
Professionals (M) 12.40 Leyland Brothers World
1.30 AFL Footy Flashback 3.45 Australian Ark 4.40
Medical Rookies 5.00 Home Shopping
5.30 Today
9.00 Kerri-Anne
12.00 Dr Phil
11.00 Infomercials
1.00 Oprah Winfrey Show
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
2.00 Ready Steady Cook
1.00 The View
3.00 Judge Judy
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.30 Infomercial
3.00 Alive And Cooking
4.00 Huey’s Kitchen
3.30 Magical Tales
4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful
4.00 Pyramid
5.00 Ten News
4.30 Afternoon News
6.00 The Simpsons
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
6.30 Neighbours
5.30 Hot Seat
7.00 The 7pm Project
6.00 Evening News
7.30 Masterchef Australia
7.00 A Current Affair
8.00 Modern Family (PG)
7.30 Top Gear
8.30 NCIS (M)
8.00 Under Surveillance The Ice Man
9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M)
9.00 Two And A Half Men (M)
10.30 Late News With Sports Tonight
10.00 TBA
11.15 The Late Show With David Letterman 11.00 Kitchen Nightmares (MA)
12.00 Law & Order (M)
12.00 Nightline
1.00 Sex And The City (MA)
12.30 WWE Afterburn
1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Religion
1.30 Infomercials
3.30 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
ONE HD
6.00 Championship Netball Grand Final 8.30
IAAF Athletix 9.00 Grand-Am Sportscar Series
10.00 One Week At A Time 11.10 Major League
Baseball 2.05 This Week In Baseball 2.35 I Fish
3.05 Omnisport 3.35 One Week At A Time 4.45
Tread BMX 5.15 Andra Pro Series Drag Racing
6.15 Formula 1 Grand Prix – Britain 8.30 NASCAR
Sprint Cup 9.30 Sports Tonight 10.00 Johnny
Lewis Boxing Classics 11.00 Golf Central 11.30
Real NBA 12.00 Sports Tonight Late 12.15
NASCAR Nationwide Series 1.15 Omnisport
1.45 ATP World Tour Tennis 2.15 TNA Xplosion
3.15 Sports Unlimited 4.15 One Week At A Time
5.30 Omnisport
GO!
6.00 Kids’ Programs 10.30 Entertainment Tonight
11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00
Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00 The Hills 2.00 Wife
Swap USA 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The Nanny
4.00 Kids’ Programs 6.30 Total Wipeout UK 7.30
The Bachelor 8.30 Seinfeld 10.30 Hell’s Kitchen
(MA) 11.30 South Park (MA) 12.00 Hell’s Kitchen
(MA) 1.00 Seinfeld 1.30 The Bachelor 2.00 Home
Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00
Married With Children 5.30 The Flintstones
PATIOS &
EXTENSIONS
Byron Shire Early Intervention
held a very successful
fundraising Golf Day at the
Byron Bay Golf Club
on Sunday 27th June.
We have the
We would like to thank all our supporters for their
gifts and help on the day and give a very special
thanks to our major sponsors:Balcony Restaurant, Bangalow Dining, Bee Natural,
Bridglands, Brook Farm, Brunswick Hotel,
Buddha Bar, Burns Family, Byron Bay Golf Club,
[email protected] Byron Resort, Byron Beach Suites,
Byron Building Materials, Byron Bay First National
Real Estate, Byron Hire, Byron Lounge Cinema,
Byron Bay Property Sales, Byron Property Solutions,
Byron Shire Echo, Dendy Cinemas, Elders Bangalow,
Elders New Brighton,
Espresso Head, Inky Business,
Mallams, Medicine Wheel, Mitre 10
Byron Bay, Optus, Orient Express,
Park Hotel, Quintessence,
Raine & Horne ,Reece Plumbing,
Siwicki Real Estate, Southern Cross
Credit Union, Suffolk Park Bakery,
Utopia, Vintage Eastern and Why Not.
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11.00 Time/Life
11.30 Infomercial
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 Magical Tales
4.00 Pyramid
4.30 Afternoon News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 Evening News
7.00 A Current Affair
7.30 Two And A Half Men
8.00 The Big Bang Theory
8.25 Lotto
8.30 Rescue Special Ops (M)
9.30 CSI: Miami (M)
11.30 Nightline
12.00 Super League
2.00 Infomercials
5.00 Early Morning News
6.00 Major League Baseball – LIVE 9.00 TNA
Xplosion 10.00 AFL Premiership Season – Brisbane
Lions v St Kilda 12.30 ATP World Tour Tennis 1.00
Sports Unlimited 2.00 Transworld Sport 3.00
Omnisport 3.30 Real NBA 4.30 Tread BMX 5.00
Championship Netball – Grand final 7.30 Finke
Desert Race 8.30 World Rally Championship 9.00
Sports Tonight 9.30 One Week At A Time 10.40
America’s Game 11.40 FA Cup Classic 12.10
Sports Tonight Late 12.25 One Week At A Time
1.35 Omnisport 2.05 Major League Baseball 4.35
Oneasia Tour Golf Highlights 5.30 World Rally
Championship
SBS 2
ABC 2
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5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne
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FREE POOL
WEDNESDAY 7
7:30pm
STATE OF
ORIGIN
THURSDAY 8
6:30pm
POOL
COMP
RAFFLES
FRIDAY 9
7:30pm
ARCHIE
RYE
SATURDAY 10
7:30pm
WEDNESDAY 7
Q HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN,
BYRON JON J BRADLEY
Q BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 7.30PM
NRL STATE OF ORIGIN GAME
3 ON THE BIG SCREEN.
Q THE RAILS, BYRON 6.30PM
CLAY BLYTH
Q BYRON BAY BREWERY BUDDHA
BAR 7PM OPEN MIC W MATT
DEVITT
Q BYRON COMMUNITY CENTRE
7.30PM – 3RD ARAKWAL
NAIDOC WEEK FILM FESTIVAL
Q BAYSIDE THAI, BYRON MATT
CONNOLLY
Q O SUSHI, BYRON 5.15PM
MICK’S SASHIMI BAND
Q LIQUID, BYRON 10PM-3AM
CULTURETONIC: DJS: MANIE
SHIKA | ABSOLUTE | &
GUESTS
Q COCOMANGAS, BYRON
WICKED WEDNESDAY
Q CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON
BEACH PARTY
Q HOTEL BRUNSWICK 7PM STATE
OF ORIGIN
Q DRILL HALL, MULLUM 7.30PM
MULLUM FOLK CLUB
Q CRYSTAL CASTLE
7PM EMPTINESS OF
ACHIEVEMENT
Q LENNOX HOTEL 8.30PM
PERUVIAN BATTLESHIP DJS
Q LISMORE SCU UNIBAR 7PM
OPEN MIC COMEDY W NICK
PENN
Q ELTHAM HOTEL 7PM JAM
NIGHT W PHIL LEVY
Q BALLINA RSL 7.30PM SOCIAL
DANCE W JIM FAIRFUL
Q COCOMANGAS, BYRON
THIRSTY THURSDAY
Q CHEEKY MONKEYS, BYRON
HOT WET T SHIRT SHOW
Q CRYSTAL CASTLE, MULLUM
10.30AM GYUTO MONKS OF
TIBET
Q MULLUMBIMBY RSL 7PM
MULLUMBERRY JAM
Q LENNOX HOTEL 9PM JAM
NIGHT
Q LISMORE SCU UNIBAR WHITE
BATS, CUPIDS BULLET
FRIDAY 9
Q HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN,
BYRON THE UTOPIANS
Q BEACH HOTEL, BYRON 5PM
BEACHY FRIDAYS WITH THE
KOOKABROTHERS 9.30PM
PINC ZINC
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name. Liam Neeson, Bradley
Cooper, District 9’s Sharlto
Copley and Quinton “Rampage”
Jackson are terrific as The A
Team 2, a group of Iraq War
veterans who go to any length
to clear their name with the
U.S. military, who suspect the
four men of committing a crime
for which they were framed.
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comfortable from that moment.
Following his mother’s death,
seventeen year-old Joshua Cody
(James Frecheville) is taken into
the suburban Melbourne home
of his grandmother Janine (Jackie
Weaver) and her offspring of
no-hoper dope dealers and bank
robbers. Janine is a woman of
Shakespearean duplicity and
cunning, while number one son
‘Pope’ (Ben Mendelsohn) is the
powder keg who the others defer
to as head of the pride. Tension
builds when the Codys exact a
bloody revenge on two police
officers after one of their own
has been slain. Comparisons with
Rowan Woods’s The Boys (1998)
are unavoidable, for Michôd is
also looking closely at the nature
v nurture question in relation to
what sets a man on the path to
violence and nefarious activities.
Both films are dominated by
an insanely frightening but
street-normal character and
if Pope is not as psychotic as
David Wenham’s Brett he is no
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Does it strike you as puzzling
why reviewers who use the
star ratings rarely, if ever, award
the full monty of five? What
esoteric, elusive criterion does
a film not satisfy when it falls
short by half a star? In which
case, why not simply make the
scale out of four and a half? As
one who’d be inclined to give a
movie I hated none and a movie
I loved five, without hesitation I
would place this in the category
of the latter. It’s fantastic. And
I say that without ever having
been attracted to an episode of
Underbelly or The Sopranos or any
other ‘gritty, uncompromising
exposé of the criminal world – in
fact, the current romanticisation
of thugs seems to me unhealthy
at best. Writer/director David
Michôd’s story throws you off
balance with its surprise first
scene and, thanks to a script
that never flags in its intensity
and augmented by an unerring
score, it does not allow you to get
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less chilling in his blind egotism
and amorality. As Detective
Leckie, Guy Pearce reprises his
role of the committed cop from
L.A.Confidential (1997) as he
attempts to persuade Joshua to
turn witness for the prosecution
in a case that will put Pope and
his brother Darren (Luke Ford)
behind bars. Of a superb cast
– Joel Edgerton’s drug addled
Barry Brown is classic – you
might argue that Frecheville
underplays his part, but as
passive observer and victim of
circumstance, he comes to a slow
boil as events lead irrevocably
to their harrowing but perfectly
logical conclusion. One of the
year’s best.
~ John Campbell
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into
his undead family
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but, more to the point, Edward
ward
has still not shagged her. It’s
such a long, drawn out tease.
Werewolf Jacob, whose secondbest love for Bella is setting
him up to be the most publicly
exposed cuckold since Joseph,
decides to put on hold his feud
with Edward when news gets
out that a gang of Newborns
(freshly created vampires), led by
shrewish Victoria (a descendant
of a fellow who looked like the
late Screaming Lord Sutch),
have been running amok in
Seattle and are now on their
way to get Bella. Don’t ask me
why. Vampire and werewolf is
an unprecedented alliance of
inherent enemies, but the boys
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will do anything for Bella. As an
Eclipse
outsider, you soon realise (like,
Contrarily, the runaway success
after about five minutes) that you
of the Twilight franchise has
will get no joy from the soapie,
proven to be a triumph for
but you’ll find it impossible to
the written word. The (mostly)
deny the vibe of being part of
teenage girls who packed the
the scene. The giggling and
cinema to see Bella and Edward
sniggering and sighing of the
and Jacob were there because
devotees, their rapt attention
they had devoured the Stephenie and secret youthful fantasies
Meyers novels and discovered in (commonly shared for time out
those pages a language of the
of mind) are what it’s all about.
imagination with which a movie, The mood is off-screen, and you
no matter how good, cannot
can cut it with a knife. And the
compete. They come as pilgrims verdict? For mine it’s dreadful,
to the altar, excited to be to be
but a bloke of my senior years
among their own kind (the buzz
and disposition is not expected
in the foyer was electric) and
to react in any other way – if I
wishing only for their world to
did the producers would be sunk
be confirmed. In this respect, the by calamitous box office figures.
Twilight audience is in no way
When looking down our noses,
different from the one of old
it’s good for us all to remember
fogeys who fill the marquee at a
the words of a once-was
writers’ festival doting on Peter
iconoclast: the kids are alright.
Singer. You will never lose money ~ John Campbell
by preaching to the converted
(did P T Barnum say that?). So,
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Bella is still pining for Edward,
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Open 7 days.
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6686 9844
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Lunch & Dinner
23 Compton Drive
East Ballina
6686 6602
With only the freshest food and smiling service, Shelly’s
is the place to go for a relaxed meal or coffee, with one
of the greatest uninterrupted views along the north
coast. With a mud cake to die for, come down and
indulge.
With postcard views over Shaw’s Bay and amazing
food, Sandbar is a favourite with the locals. Our
Spanish chef creates authentic tapas, and modern
European flavours, complemented by friendly service.
We look forward to seeing you at Sandbar. Open for
lunch, dinner, cocktails and tapas. Cooking classes and
catering also available. Check website for details.
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BANGALOW
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3/36 Byron St, Bangalow
Home delivery, dine in or
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6687 1271
Bangalow Dining
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Open 7 days
Lunch: 12 – 3pm
Dinner 5.30 – 9pm
Pub selection: from 12pm
Awarded a Chefs Hat in the 2010 Sydney Morning Herald
Good Food Guide, a Highly Recommended award from
Gourmet Traveller Wine 2009 and a star from the 2010
Courier Mail Queensland Food & Wine Guide. Tetsuya
trained Shannon Debreceny’s European inspired
cuisine is served as a seasonal degustation with
vegetarian option. Five courses $65.
For over eight years Bangalow Pizza Company have
been creating mouth watering pizzas, using only the
freshest ingredients and finest produce. With all bases
and sauces made instore only. A great place to take
the family. Four sizes of pizza to choose from. Gourmet
pizza menu, lasagne and salads. Serving great coffee.
Dine or take away. BYO available.
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NEW OUTLETS FOR PIZZA
Pizza-lovers will have reason to be jubilant
with the opening in Byron Bay of two new
outlets. One, Slice Pizzeria at the back of
the Cavanbah Arcade, is already up and
running, with, as the name suggests, pizza
sold by the slice. Owner Yoav Mashiach has
two highly experienced pizza chefs at the
helm, Avi Tenenbaum and Stefano Bastianel
– and according to Yoav’s partner Belinda
Kelly ‘it’s a very generous slice, more like a
meal!’ Their soft opening attracted over 300
people; they will operate, at least initially,
seven days a week from 4pm till late and
offer gluten-free bases, vegan choices and
takeaway. Hopefully by late August the next
venture by the St Elmo team will be open.
It will be an Italian cafe in Marvell Street and,
according to co-owner Ben, will feature ‘a
very flasho pizza oven bought from Italy.’
Named Targa, it will be a low-key, licensed
venue with ‘panelled walls, old images in
rustic frames, rustic food and pizzas’, says
Ben. It will open every day from 8am –
10pm.
WATCH THE COFFEE ROAST
Still in Byron Bay, co-owners of the
immensely buzzy Bayleaf Cafe Nico Kypreos
and Linda Williams are a month away from
their new project. Opening over the road, it
The Bangalow Dining Rooms at the Bangalow Hotel
produces great food using predominantly local
produce. The beautiful restaurant space on the high
verandah and intimate dining room hosts a modern
menu. In the hotel, enjoy our pub selection all day,
with reasonable prices and a wide range. The food will
appeal to all.
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Offering exciting, original menus for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. An extensive selection of cakes and
pastries baked on the premises are available and
award winning Campos Coffee.
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For over 15 years Billi’s Thai has re-created the
traditional taste of Thailand in Billinudgel. Offering an
extensive menu, scrumptious desserts, specials board,
and western style kids menu. The whole family will
enjoy the relaxed village atmosphere from the covered
verandah or inside dining area. Be part of the best-kept
secret in the shire!
Open 7 days
From 12 noon
Cnr Jonson and Byron Sts
Byron Bay
is to be a coffee roastery roasting and selling
organic and fair-trade coffee where possible.
They have been working with a local farmer
who specialises in boutique coffee and
micro-lots and they will be roasting fresh
single-origin coffees from all over the world
as well as from this area. It will be ‘all about
the coffee’, says Nico, ‘people can watch the
roasting process and do tastings… In the
end we just want it to be an ethical business.
We want to be able to represent the farmers
and show their coffees up, to highlight the
good qualities of the respective coffees.’ The
name yet to be revealed, it will function as a
takeaway venue only.
DELI-ICIOUS
Exciting news for fans of Lismore’s
magnificent deli and butchery Howard’s.
They are soon to make the move from
darkest South Lismore to Keen Street and
will be operating, in addition to the deli
and butchery, a cafe serving up continental
breakfasts, lunches and takeaway dinners.
Their very own gourmet deli product lines
will be offered and already-superior range
of local smallgoods, cheeses and local freerange meats increased.
At the Northern our team of Italian chefs and pizzaioli
are dedicated to bring you a mix of autthentic flavours
from Italy as well as a selection of burgers, steaks, fresh
fish dishes and all the favourites. Our wide range of
traditional Italian wood fired pizzas have us voted one
of the best throughout the Northern Rivers.
BYRON BAY
WINNER ‘BEST NEW RESTAURANT’ IN NORTHERN NSW
il postino is the 2010 Best New Restaurant in Northern
NSW, as awarded by Restaurants & Catering NSW in
86 Main Street, Alstonville
the Savor Australia Awards for Excellence. il postino
6628 3333
serves fresh modern Italian food in the beautiful
Breakfast & Lunch
heritage building – ‘the old post office’. The menu is
Tues – Sun
Dinner Wed – Sat
a tempting selection of dishes freshly prepared using
LIVE MUSIC
quality local ingredients.
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il postino
café bar restaurant
6685 8278
Dine in or takeaway
Curry House
All day cont. breakfast
7am-3pm, Curry House
dinner 5.30pm-11pm,
cocktail lounge till 3am
5/2 Jonson St, Byron Bay
6685 6828
TUFMNP
Open 7 days
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Cnr Fletcher St and
Lawson Lane
6680 7426
(No reservations)
$13 CURRIES WED/THURS IS BACK
The Orion Curry House has had top reviews by
international travel magazines as the great curry house
by the sea. The annual winner/finalist of the Indian Award
of Excellence, the Orion is also producing the best coffee
by Segafredo, continental all day breakfast, lunch, curry
house dinner, and the mystical ambience to match. The
3am cocktail lounge and entertainment is
the highlight this summer. RSVP for private
functions in upstairs lounge is recommended.
Dining in any mode. Share plates and bistro-style main
course meals from noon till late, seven days a week. Fine
original and classic cocktails and one of the area’s most
comprehensive wine lists always available with many by
the glass, with or without a meal. A dining room and bar
to call your own.
$23 lunch special, changing daily and including a glass of
wine or a beer and fresh bread.
Now in its twelth year Dominic’s is still offering great
food in a relaxed atmosphere. Open Wednesday to
Sunday from 5pm offering daily specials, an extensive
wine list and all the menu favourites. Come and dine in
or grab some takeaway. Bookings recomended.
The Bruns Brasserie specialises in local produce,
fresh seafood and seasonal menu changes. Daily
selections include bangers and mash and grilled
snapper. Gourmet coffees and delicious desserts are
also available.
Lunch or group dinner bookings upon request.
Bohemia
@ Byron
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Come to Sandbar Cafe for a fresh slice of Brunswick
life. With its quirky new décor, welcoming atmosphere
and glorious river views The Sandbar Cafe has quietly
become the talk of the town. We pride ourselves on
offering the freshest produce – cakes baked on the
premises, freshly ground gourmet coffee and our
juices, breakfasts and lunches are all made fresh to
order. Everything on lunch menu only $10 and we now
have live music Saturday nights.
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Welcome to Byron Bay’s premium dining experience.
Dish restaurant offers you and your guests a fresh,
modern and original menu to
Open 7 days from 5pm
delight, excite and satisfy the palate
Cnr Jonson St & Marvel St in a most beautiful and relaxed
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atmosphere. Come and see why
www.dishbyronbay.com.au we were awarded a star in the 2010
Courier Mail Food & Wine Guide.
The Petit Snail
Fresh
Beach Kitchen
Dish Restaurant
& Marvell Bar
Open 7 days 7am-11pm
7 Jonson St (beach end),
Byron Bay
Licensed & BYO
6685 7810
The Balcony
Breakfast, lunch & sunset
balcony dining
Cnr Jonson St &
Lawson St, Byron Bay
6680 9666
www.balcony.com.au
Fresh is...
Byron’s BEST location
Modern seasonal menu
Organic & local produce
Award winning Campos coffee
Cakes made onsite
Sophisticated blend of flavours and textures with an
ever changing menu, for breakfast lunch or dinner and
tapas all day.
Matched by an exciting wine list and arguably the best
cocktails in town, your taste buds will be tantalised and
so will your eyes as you look over the streets of Byron
and enjoy the eclectic vibe of The Balcony.
Our 60 seat al fresco dining room overlooking the
ocean has a reputation as the best dining in the
Lunch and Dinner 7 days
region! We use the freshest local produce and seafood
Watego’s Beach, Byron Bay
combined with the exquisite mix of Australian and
6685 5366
modern Italian flavours.
Beautifully cooked and stylishly presented – we spare
no expense in sourcing quality produce.
Rae’s on Watego’s
Bayside
Traditional Thai
7 nights 5.30pm - 9pm
5/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
6685 5151
Traditional Thai food in a beautiful warm refurbished
setting. Enjoy our inviting cushion corners & cosy
daybeds set amongst exotic timber furniture and silk
curtains. The perfect place to be on a winter’s night.
Tippy Heng the new owner operator invites regular
‘Baysiders’ and new lovers of relaxed modern dining
to come and imbibe the Bayside Traditional Thai
experience.
Open Wed-Sat
6.30pm till late
Live Jazz on Thursdays
Accordion on Fridays
Fully licensed.
Bookings essential
6685 8526
Open 8am till late
At the Beach Hotel,
Bay St, Byron Bay
6685 6402
www.beachhotel.com.au
Lemongrass
Open Monday – Saturday
Shop 3/17 Lawson Arcade
Phone orders welcome
6680 8443
Treehouse on
Belongil
25 Childe St, Byron Bay
Open Monday-Sunday
7am-11pm
6680 9452
The Restaurant
at the Byron at
Byron
Lunch and dinner 7 days
Broken Head Road
Byron Bay
6639 2111
Earth ‘n‘ Sea
Pizza and Pasta
Garlic Prawns
Open every day for lunch and
dinner. 12pm-2.30pm & 5pm.
(no surcharge Sundays).
New location: Cnr Fletcher &
Byron Sts. Byron Bay.
ww.earthnsea.com.au
Victoria Cosford
6685 6029
Food-wise, there are some combinations of words
guaranteed to provoke a Pavlovian response
(suitably salivatory) in me. Chilli chicken, cheese
and wine, fat chips. Crusty bread, confit duck, white
chocolate and raspberries. Crispy skin and honey
cream – just to reel off a handful. One of the best is,
however, garlic prawns.
Garlic prawns must be one of the more exemplary
culinary inspirations, despite the simplicity. The
Spaniards probably dreamt it up originally as a tapas.
When I think of garlic prawns I think of a small castiron ramekin whose garlic- and chilli-flecked olive
oil still bubbles, bath-like, around the plump sweet
shellfish. My mother did a grand version decades
ago: I recall chins shiny with oil, an obscene quantity
of chopped garlic, and the need for rather too
much soft white bread. Chef Jade Campbell-Scott of
Byron Bay’s cafe one one one does an exceedingly
impressive one. The Middleby pub in Mullumbimby,
to my delight, actually has it as one of its Specialty
dishes and a respectable interpretation at that,
individual cast-iron pot and all. And yet inexplicably
if you ask for garlic prawns at most establishments
– and spending as much time as I do eating out at
a democratic mix of high-end places, pubs, clubs
and bistros I am keenly aware of this oddity – what
you end up with is a serve of crustaceans swathed
in cream and accompanied by a tidy mould of
white rice. Presumably many people love it this
way (or why would establishments persist?) but I
find it almost a desecration, the cream masking the
delicate sweetness of the prawn flavour and the rice
an unconnected afterthought. Bread! That’s what
you need, and lots of it!
Then again, at the Spanishly authentic Sir John
Young Hotel in Sydney their version, which they
call Sevillian Prawns, is prawns baked in garlicky
tomatoes – which my friend Amanda extends
divinely with crumbled fetta cheese. But if you
wish to keep it pure and simple a recipe is almost
not required. The key ingredients are olive oil, fresh
deveined prawns leaving the tails on for glamour
if you choose, lots of garlic thinly sliced rather than
horribly crushed, fresh red chillies as an optional
source of zing and zest and a heavy-based pan.
Rather than cooking the garlic (and chilli) you
are merely warming it through the oil in order to
perfume the latter so the heat should be cautious,
and generally a little over five minutes of infusion
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sufficient. Whack in the prawns and up the heat until
they turn opaque to prettily pink and you can begin
to smell that unbeatable fragrance – you can finish
them off with a handful of freshly chopped parsley if
you like, but really, there they are ready to go!
There is another version of garlic prawns offered
in eateries which has been around for so long that
I firmly believe people have ceased questioning
its validity. I refer to the sturdy old institution of
Surf’n’Turf, generally exemplified by a slab of
stiff steak upon which roosts a flight of anxious
prawns, often swaddled in cream or garlic or both.
I braved this dish recently to check my reaction,
not having dared order one for at least thirty years,
and was comforted that it confirmed my long-held
conviction that prawn, garlic or otherwise, and steak
are simply not compatible.
My friend and colleague Eve shares my unbecoming
adoration of not only cheese and chillies but also
prawns, especially garlic prawns. Together we
dipped into her little pot of them at the Middleby
pub and together we delivered our semi-approving,
semi-critical judgements as we politely pretended
not to mind who would reach for the final prawn
and last chunk of bread. Eve has this to say about
prawns in general :
‘I could eat prawns every day and never tire of them.
The only thing on the planet that is better than
eating a beautifully cooked or prepared prawn,
is eating two. I like them curried, on pizza, in Tom
Yum Goong (the ‘goong’ is the prawn), garlicky
and they are wonderful in tempura batter with a
creamy Japanese mayo, barbecued or just steamed
and sprinkled with lemon or dipped in tartare
sauce. I think it has a lot to do with texture, there is
something visceral about biting into that soft pink
flesh then tearing it with your teeth…
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7 days from 6am
Cocktails & Dinner
Wednesday to Sunday
Wednesday food & wine
matching dinner – 2 courses $30
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Fishheads
Open seven days,
7.30am-11.30pm
Byron Bay – 1 Jonson St
6680 7632
Bangalow – 2 Byron St
6687 2883
After Paris, Lyon and Melbourne, French chef Igor Persan
is bringing authentic traditional French cuisine to Byron
Bay. With French staff, French food, affordable French wine
list and Belgian beers and incomparable Parisian hostess,
Chauby will take you on a journey to France. Vegetarian
and gluten-free friendly, parties and functions welcome,
gift vouchers, children welcome. Check our regularly
updated website:
www.thepetitsnail.com.au.
Beachside
breakfast, lunch
and dinner right
in the heart of
town overlooking
Main Beach,
Byron Bay’
The only exclusively Vietnamese restaurant in town,
this intimate space spilling out into a courtyard offers
up fabulous dishes packed full of herbs, spices and
varied textures. The traditionally light and healthy style
of cuisine ensures the freshness and natural tastes of
food are preserved as much as possible. It’s a popular
spot so bookings are recommended.
Fully Licensed Restaurant – Bar – Functions
Stroll along Main Beach to Belongil
Devour our woodfired pizzas, a la carte meals and lush
cocktails
Enjoy our funky garden bar and casual atmosphere
Listen to live music and DJs Friday – Sunday
Set within the stunning rainforest of the multi-award
winning Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. Serving
innovative seasonal fare based on the freshest local
produce from head chef Gavin Hughes.
Awarded a Star in the 2010 Courier Mail Queensland
Food & Wine Guide.
The original Earth ‘n’ Sea Pizza and Pasta has been a
part of Byron Bay since 1976. Their basic philosophy is
to buy the best produce locally and making the food
from scratch. This family restaurant offers great service
in a friendly environment. The menu not only has 22
different pizzas it also has great pastas and salads as
well as gluten free options. And when you dine at
Earth ‘n’ Sea you get free underground parking.
Why Not! start your day with the best cup of coffee in
Byron Bay. Why Not! Enjoy lunch using free wireless
watching Byron life pass by. Why Not! Relax into some
fantastic cocktails at the bar. Why Not! Indulge in our
weekly changing dinner menu with daily specials. Why
Not! Because you can. Bon appétit!
Jonson Street, Byron Bay. www.whynotbyronbay.com.au
6680 7994
‘An iconic Byron dining experience, Fishheads serves
fresh seafood on the main beach, dine in or takeaway
seven days a week. The Fishheads Ultimate Seafood
Platter is our signature dish and perfect for sharing
between two. (BYO) Fishheads is also located in
Bangalow (licensed) at the top of the town.’
The Fig Tree is perfectly positioned with commanding
views over the Pacific Ocean and Byron Bay. Opened
in 1981 it has been the bench mark in highlighting
Dinner Thurs - Sat
Lunch Fri - Sun
Byron Bay’s fantastic local produce. Chefs/owners Jules
Thursday Farmers Market dinner & Ché have travelled the world extensively sourcing
2 courses $30
inspiration for their dishes. Bring a bottle of wine and
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6 course Tasting menu $65
enjoy what is agreeably one of Byron Bay’s most iconic
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dining experiences. www.figtreerestaurant.com.au
Fig Tree
Restaurant
6684 7273
O-Sushi
Byron Bay
– Woolies Plaza, Jonson St
02 6685 7103
Coolangatta
– Showcase on the Beach
07 5536 5455
www.osushi.com.au
[email protected]
Open for dinner 7 days.
$9.90 lunch Thursday
Feros Arcade, Jonson St,
Byron Bay
6685 6737
Winner of Best Sushi Bar in NSW region 2008. Eat in or
takeaway. Licensed. Open 7 days 11am till late. Get 20%
off at Dendy Cinema.
O-Sushi is a modern Japanese restaurant guided by
a philosophy that incorporates traditional values of
providing the best possible service combined with
fresh wholesome food. Live music every Wednesday.
Authentic Thai chefs
will tantilise your taste
buds with superb
traditional Thai cuisine.
Well priced and
popular with the locals.
Fully licenced and
delicious cocktails.
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Muoi’s Feast
Lunch: Tues-Sat
Dinner: Mon-Sat
11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
Bookings Essential
6685 7557
Muoi’s Feast will close Sunday 23 May
and reopen Tuesday June 29
Muoi’s Feast has created a strong following since
opening in 2003. Winning numerous awards for its
international cuisine, the Asian section of the menu is
the predominant favourite. Enjoy for lunch or dinner.
The forlorn fortunes of
Abbotsleigh
Horatio Bitemark
KINGSCLIFF
Byron Bay Golf Club
Lunch: Tues-Sat
11am-2.30pm
Dinner: Wed-Sat
5.30pm-9pm
6685 6470
Fins
Salt Village, Kingscliff
02 6674 4833
[email protected]
Dinner 7 days
Lunch Fri, Sat & Sun
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CHEFS HAT EVERY
YEAR SINCE 1998
Blackboard
at the Beach
Breakfast & lunch Wed-Sat
Dinner Fri & Sat
6687 4333
www.blackboard.net.au
Seven Mile Café
Licensed
BYO (Bottled Wine)
41 Pacific Parade
Lennox Head
6687 6210
Newly renovated ‘The Deck’ has been transformed into
a modern and laid back venue, complete with lounge
and deck dining options, not to mention one of the
most picturesque settings around. Can’t wait to see
you at The Deck at Byron.
San Sebastian Sessions
Every Sunday night from 5pm
Great new tapas menu
Bookings essential
Did you know Fins is also open in the
bar just for drinks every night from
5pm til late!
Email [email protected] to receive
our monthly newsletter and updates
on all events at Fins.
Recommended in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food
Guide 2010, this cruisy café is in Lennox Head’s best location
away from the hustle and bustle, with beautiful ocean
views. Walk straight in from the beach to enjoy the superb
café fare on offer for breakfast and lunch, or experience the
Mediterranean-inspired cuisine presented when this cosy
beachside café steps it up at night.
Just a short stroll along Pacific Parade to the quieter
end of town is Lennox Head’s popular Seven Mile Café.
New owners, Lisa and Tony Bundock invite you to sate
your appetite with delicious food and wine, fresh sea
air and the sound of waves rolling in. And with eyepopping views of the pacific from every table,
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MULLUMBIMBY
The Seven Mile café is a feast for the senses.
La Table
72 & 72a Burringbar St,
Mullumbimby
Cafe: 6684 2220
Mon-Fri 8-4, Sat 9-2
Restaurant: 6684 2227
Wed-Sat from 4pm
www.latable.com.au
Poinciana
Food Bar Cafe Music
55 Station St,
Mullumbimby
6684 4036
www.poincianacafe.com
Spice It Up
Thai Restaurant
Yum Yum Tree Café
SUFFOLK PARK
Open Tues – Sun
Breakfast & Lunch
6680 3368
50 River St, New Brighton
Pizza Paradiso
TINTENBAR
NEW BRIGHTON
Open 5 days.
Open Wednesday-Sunday
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Mullumbimby Golf Club
Ché Bon
Takeaway, dine in and
home delivery
BYO
Open 7 days from 5pm
Suffolk Park Shopping
Centre
6685 3101
Breakfast Wed-Sun 8am
Dinner Wed-Sat 6pm
Sunday Lunch 12pm
The Old Church Tintenbar
6687 8221
Love is a torn rag doll abandoned in the gutter
of dreams. At least this was the impression
Abbotsleigh was giving me as he snuffled
into his scrambled eggs. We were having a
late breakfast at the Tyagarah Entertainment
Centre Wetland Restaurant, only a croissant’s
throw from the scene of Abbotsleigh’s
disappointment of the night before. While
he consoled himself with a massive plate of
eggs I toyed with rack of platypus in a gotu
kola garnish and we were both attempting to
drown my companion’s sorrows in a bottle of
Gerry Harvey Compressed Bile Chardonnay,
perhaps a touch too edgy on the afterpalate
for the occasion.
‘It was a fabulously dumb proposition to begin
with,’ moaned Abbotsleigh. ‘I am a roué and
she an opera singer.’
‘An opera singer?’ I asked, and suddenly the
penny dropped. ‘You don’t mean the utterly
gorgeous Isabella Roma?’
If Abbotsleigh had looked any more crestfallen
I would have have called for a twelve gauge
and put him down. The divine Ms Roma had
wowed the crowd at the new Michael Chugg
Tyagarah Meat Pool Opera House, which had
the original timber building suspended from
its grand ceiling. Flower farms within a 50
kilometre radius had been stripped of their
stock by smitten admirers seeking to impress
the radiant prima donna.
‘Bit of a long bow, what, old chap?’ I asked
Abbotsleigh. ‘The prime of the male species
is oozing vital juices in pursuit of the young
lady and you expect to get a look-in?
Disappointment was inevitable, if that is some
Cafe: First and only café in the shire to offer quality
organic coffee and organic milk! Delicious brekkies,
lunches and house baked pastries served by a friendly,
professional team. Resto: Late afternoon – share a drink
with something to taste. Evening – dine in our warm,
stylish, open interior. French chef Bruno passionately
innovates French Mediterranean bistro style food using
high quality produce. SMH 2010 Good Food Guide
Reviewed and Top 10 Sustainable Restaurants
Hospitality
Choice
Open seven days a week from 8am. All day breakfast
available on weekends and until 1pm weekdays. Lunch
served noon to 3pm. Licensed with great beer, wine
and cocktail lists. Fabulous courtyard, undercover
dining, lounge and bar areas with free wireless internet
throughout. Great coffee, food and music served up
daily!
Jordan’s
Unit 4/17 Tasman Way
Byron Arts + Industry Est.
6685 8688
Warehouse hours:
10am – 3pm
Byron Bay: Jonson St
(opp. Dendy Byron Bay)
6680 9779
Bangalow: Byron St
(behind Aurora)
6687 2808
The ‘Yum Yum Tree’ was a traditional meeting place
for the first Australians of our area. A place to take
sustenance, and catch up with old and new friends.
Come notice the extra flare, enthusiasm and personal
touch of the Yum Yum Tree Café team, a collection of
professional, down to earth people, enjoying their day
serving you the tastiest meals and drinks.
Byron Health
Foods Distribution
Open: Mon-Fri 8am-3pm
1/77 Centennial Circuit,
Byron Bay
Phone: 6685 5188
Fax: 6685 6670
www.yumyumtreecafe.com.au
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Artisan pizzas hand crafted on the premises using the
freshest local produce and the best of traditional and
modern styles. Selection of flat breads. Large range
of vegetarian pizzas and pastas. Gluten-free base
available.
Luscious Foods
Where else can you get a French authentic
bouillabaisse, salad and dessert all for $29. All prepared
by a French chef fresh off the boat from Lyon whose
daughter’s head was touched by Paul Bocuse.
Sol Breads
Where do you get it?
Only at Che Bon – every Wednesday.
www.chebonrestaurant.com
– recycled from February 2005
We stock quality cookware, kitchenware, tableware,
glassware, chefs clothing and a broad range of
cleaning solutions including green and septic safe
products and specialty chemicals for food service
and general industry. We stock a complete range
of matting for industry, hospitality and home at
great prices. If you are a restaurant, small business,
accommodation property or person who takes food
and cooking seriously we have what you need.
The local lads at Jordan’s Breads and Pastries make
a hearty range of artisan breads including organic
Unit 4, 8 Smith St,
sourdough, hand moulded and rustic styles produced
Mullumbimby
using traditional methods, as well as pies, pastry and
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croissants. Jordan’s deliver on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
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Saturdays, supplying retail, cafes and restaurants north
to Southport and south to Coffs Harbour. Make an
order and taste the difference.
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Morning Herald
Good Food
Guide
FOR THE LOVE
OF THAI FOOD!
consolation. You are a hopeless romantic!’
‘Well, she did once look at me, and her eyes
sparkled.’
‘Her eyes are trained to sparkle, dear fellow.’
‘I saw her from the carpark last night,’
Abbotsleigh continued. ‘It was like an
impenetrable glass wall had arisen between
us. Worse still, when I entered the hall, in the
section cordoned off for her suitors, there were
the Butterfly Brothers.’
Ah. The four Butterfly Brothers were an
extremely talented and dangerous family of
saltinbanques who also specialised in knife
throwing. Abbotsleigh had had a hair-raising
run-in with them before over the matter of a
gerbil farm in the Bahamas in which he had
induced them to purchase shares.
‘As you can see, the situation is hopeless,’
sobbed Abbotsleigh, ‘What am I to do?’
‘I should stick to altered states, if I were you,’ I
counselled, emptying an acacia capsule into
my flat white. ‘The likes of Ms Roma fall for
dangerous men, not plodders, and her sixth
sense would have told her you do not have
horns enough to be entirely wicked.’
The morning was not a complete write-off,
however, as the saucy Gypsy fortune teller
Rosa entered the restaurant and gave old
Abbotsleigh a cheeky wink. You could fairly see
his loins gird up.
Hope springs eternal, don’t you know, and
even the rag doll of love can be mended.
SUPPLIERS
The Deck
1/6 Tasman Way, Byron
Arts & Industry Estate
6680 8228
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A uniquely Byron uniquely Asian Emporium with
everything you need for cooking Asian food – from
Korea and Japan though China, Vietnam, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Thailand, India and even into the Middle
East. Spices and rices, groceries, fine teas and teapots,
Yum Cha dumplings ready to eat in the store or frozen
to take home, fresh noodles and tofu PLUS gorgeous
exotic gifts, homewares and furniture.
Byron Health Foods Distribution was established in
1993 and has been supplying supermarkets/cafes/
restaurants/and manufacturers north to Brisbane and
south to Evans Head with a large range of products.
Our products include the ultra smooth Georges’
Yoghurt, Turkish bread, Asian products, soy products,
frozen foods, and spices. Bulk purchase discounts
available. Contact us now for stocktake specials.
Luscious Foods aim to provide the freshest, first class
quality handmade food for your event. Whether your
function is a cocktail party, wedding, conference, picnic
or intimate, Luscious is here to help create delicious
menus to suit your tastes and budget. All products are
handmade using fresh local produce, organic where
possible, with an extensive range of global cuisine.
At SOL Breads we believe in producing the healthiest
and most delicious breads you can buy. Our skilled
bakers use age old recipes and techniques to create
hand made organic sourdoughs, wheat alternative
sourdoughs and also gluten free breads. All our breads
are CERTIFIED organic, 100% natural, free from bakers
6680 8049
yeast and taste delicious. When quality and taste
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We deliver breads and cakes
to local cafes, restaurants
and retail outlets 5 days per
week – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
and Sat.
www.solbreads.com.au
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Sport
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Cyclone Stapleton ravages Tweed Coast Mullum 2 Bruns teams rev up
John Campbell
Winger Scott Stapleton crossed
for four tries in Byron Bay’s
38-14 trouncing of the Tweed
Coast Raiders on Saturday.
The victory, attained despite the side never looking as
though it were about to engage
top gear, has cemented the Red
Devils’ spot in the top five on
the NRRRL ladder, with the big
guns of Marist Brothers and
Grafton Ghosts looming.
A slack start from the hosts
saw the Raiders’ half-back
cruise through sleepy defence
to open the scoring after eight
minutes, but Byron were quick
to grab the ascendency.
Running it on the sixth tackle, Sam Barnes took a knock,
regained equilibrium and sent
a lovely ball to Bill Lowrie who
put Stapleton away for his first
four-pointer. Soon after, fellow flanker Leon Kelly was the
beneficiary of a neat over-theshoulder pass from Brad Lees
to cross and when captain/
coach Simon Kelly went in to
make it 16-4 in the blinking
of an eye, the Raiders’ day was
done.
Under a midwinter sun and
comfortable in the anticipa-
tion of a win, a soporific mood
prevailed as the boys – with
the exception of livewire young
full-back Brett Kelly – seemed
to be content in going through
the motions. Even Deep
Throat’s raucous advice to the
referee from the outer was halfhearted.
A spanner was thrown into
the works when Eli ‘Hobbit’ Colby departed in agony,
prompting the Old Bloke, in his
capacity as itinerant osteopath,
to assert that ‘he’s smashed the
end clean off the tibia bone.’
Fortunately, an icepack sufficed
as treatment for the stricken
Hobbit. Stapleton nabbed his
second try off a Kelly (B) crossfield bomb, then things were
livened up when Kelly (L) had
a disagreement with his opposite number in the north-east
corner.
Before you knew it the cavalry from both sides had arrived
and an honest to God Donnybrook was underway. The
admonishments of the ref and
touchies took longer than the
fight itself and prompted impatient supporters to verbal each
with gusto across the pitch.
‘You bunch of hippies!’ a
Tweed mum ejaculated.
Talk about water off a duck’s
back… ‘Is that the best you’ve
got?’ yelled Deep Throat,
speaking for us all.
Byron went to the sheds leading 22-10 and upon resumption Chris Coleman’s head was
slammed into the floor, leaving
the big fella wobbly on his pins
for a while, and fellow prop
Neil Gregg was binned for an
indiscretion in back play.
Normalcy was resumed after Kelly (S) lunged over from
dummy half, but, in fairness,
it was the Raiders who then
snatched the game’s most
memorable.
Awarded a penalty, the Devils punted the ball across field.
As kicks go, it was a Joe Cocker,
going nowhere and not even
finding touch. Instead it lobbed
directly into the arms of Tweed’s
number five who took it on the
fly, ran over the top of the courageous but ill-prepared Jayden
‘Speedy’ King and shot away to
the line, with Byron’s disbelieving cover moping across at the
rate of zombies.
Proceedings were concluded
with Stapleton’s second brace
of tries, leaving the Bay with
a handsome scoreline and two
crucial competition points.
Bangalow take 2010 Crombat
Byron travelled up to Bangalow for their second clash of
the rugby union season. The
weather once again turned it
on, providing a blue sky and a
light but chilly wind.
With slippery conditions, it
made things very heavy underfoot for both sides, this
also neutralized Byron’s pacey
backline.
Bangalow made use of the
wind with some good attacking kicking, forcing the Bay
into some early defence. Both
forward packs were struggling for dominance in the wet
conditions, neither giving any
headway.
The early breakthrough
came when the Bay managed
to get two penalties inside Bangalow’s half and went out to a
six nil lead.
Bangalow struck back quickly with a penalty of their own.
Just before the end of the half,
Bangalow sent it wide through
their backline where the inside
centre did a blatant knock on
(did the ref miss that?) and
kicked it through the Bay’s
backline for their centre Dan
Hill to dive on, going into half
time 8-6 up.
Coming out in the second
half, the Bay hit hard, with the
forwards taking a good ball
from the kick off and grinding
their way up the field.
Thirty metres out from the
line the Bay sent it wide where
breakaway Paul Pritchard
broke the line and threw a
50/50 pass to Alastair “Crazy
eyes” Oakman, who with great
hands, picks the ball up in his
finger tips. With only the fullwww.echo.net.au
back to beat, Crazy eyes draws
him in only to pass it to Mitch
“lefty” Loane who scores under
the posts.
Not taking their foot off the
accelerator, the Bay charged
back up the field dominating Bangalow’s larger forward
pack. Reaching a stalemate on
Bangalow’s twenty two, the Bay
was struggling and running
sideways, that was, until big
Paul Mitchell was unexpectedly handed the ball.
With a quick look at the opposition line he saw they were
short out the back and lobbed
a graceful “over the top” chip
kick for Fabien “the flying
Frenchman” to pounce on the
ball and side over for the Bay’s
second try.
Bangalow finally found
their feet in the second half,
regaining the ball from the
kick off and driving the Bay
back, making good use of their
bigger forwards. With some
gallant defence, the Bay was
being worn down. Bangalow
found their opening with first
receiver Dick Collen running
the inside line and scoring next
to the sticks.
Knowing they were only
within a few points from Byron and running out of time,
Bangalow kept the pressure on,
making hard yards towards the
Bay’ line.
Things went from bad to
worse for the Bay, with a man
being sent off in the dying minutes, giving Bangalow an attacking scrum twenty metres
out from Byron’s line.
The number eight picked the
ball up and ran down the short
side taking two Bay defenders
with him before passing it off
to breakaway Simon Leighton
who muscled his way over the
line to snatch the match from
the Byron boys.
The final score: Byron 18 and
Bangalow 22.
Chess players get ready for
the Knight of Byron
Durrumbul and Shearwater
finished first and second in the
open sections of the Northern
Rivers Primary inter-schools
chess comp, to book places for
the grand final August.
Durrumbul’s Callum Wilson
and Oliver Arthur-Andrews
shared first place with Shearwaters Yanis Newman-Pache
third.
For the holidays – The
Knight of Byron Junior Chess
comp is on Thursday July 15 at
the Brunswick Heads Commu-
The Mullum to Bruns website
has been working overtime
taking entires for the event
which will be held on Sunday
August 15.
About half of the entries so
far have come from the Tweed
Shire and Gold Coast, most entries are from runners.
Teams are already featuring
heavily in the event so far and
look to be a huge part of this
year’s run.
A new team, Tweed Valley
Triathlons, is currently leading
in the member numbers tally
Pharmacy who finished second with 25, two behind the
Volleys and followed closely by
the Byron Bay Boot Camp with
18 runners carried a stretcher
all the way.
For all information about
this years event, visit: www.
mullumtobruns.org.au.
Bankers slug Swingers in Shand series
Brian Mollet
The Nick Shand Memorial is
the jewel in the local sporting
lotus, and while the players
chase glory on the field they are
also doing their bit promoting
shire-wide harmony.
Lomath Oval was sunny, but
you could smell penguin shit
on the southerly as Russ and
Snakebite took guard for the
Bankers. Jake had it ducking
around like a low flying swallow
and put one through Snake’s
stumps. Like a preschool teacher who hates his job, Russ was
se
severe on anything short.
Sean joined him and took
hi
his time to find the middle, like
a considerate lover. When he
did though, it was carnage, the
pair putting on 62 in the time it
takes to write it all down.
The Swingers, to their credit,
refused to do an Argentina and
go home early. They struck up
a song in the field and soon Chi
and Bruce had scalps.
Wayno and Geri chimed
in with the prized wickets of
Rusty and Clay. The Witch
Doctor had spectators reaching for the sunglasses, his toes
were twinkling so hard.
Russ (44) and Sean (65) returned and when forensic and
the bomb squad had finished
with the book it read a corpulent 180. The Bankers threw it
all at Swinger openers Bruce
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with five team members having
entered so far and the NSW
Fire Brigade is planning to participate with a large team.
The winning team from
last year, the Murwillumbah
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and Darren. Litchy looped and
hooped them into the wind and
Clay and Sean fired them down
like depleted uranium shells in
an Afghani alleyway.
Survival came at the cost of
quick runs and Darren fell trying to force Russ. Wiry Jake (31)
finally cleared the obstruction,
but at drinks the Swingers re-
quired a lofty 120 to win.
Pete, Geri and Levi ensured
the Swingers went down eponymously, all clearing the boundaries like the RAN in the Timor
Sea. Wickets to Eli and Sharkey
were enough to bring it home
for the undefeated Bankers.
Next week the Geckos try to
come to terms with Main Arm.
Maggies pride before the fall
The Magpies hosted Tweed, the
competition leaders at Bangalow hoping to keep their undefeated home record intact.
This was going to be a hard
act as again the Magpies were
only able to field 18 players against 22.
The first half was a tough
affair on a wet ground with
Tweed leading by eight points
at halftime, showing the Maggies could match the leaders.
The Pies were down to
16 mobile players and poor
attendance at training started
to show with the lack of fitness
and skills, allowing Tweed to
kick away in the second half.
The usual suspects who turn
up to training tried all day with
a huge game from Sammie Lucas at centre half back. New
recruit Presto on one leg presented all day, as did the Bullock brothers, Fat lip Johnny,
Marcus and Dom in the ruck.
The final score was Tweed
15-18-108 to Magpies 5-4-34.
Coach Floyd asked players to
commit to the team and turn
up at training Tuesday and
Thursday 6pm sharp.This week
the team play Coolangatta on
Saturday at Kirra. All enquiries:
phone Mick on 0432 401 334.
Third quarter
July 5
00:36
New moon
July 12
05:41
Astronomical data
First quarter
July 18
20:11
and tides
Full moon
July 26
11:37
Day of Sun Sun Moon Moon
High tide,
Low tide,
month rise set rise set
height (m)
height (m)
1 T 0639 1700 2117 0927 1129,1.31; 2319,1.57 0524,0.46; 1700,0.65
2 F 0639 1700 2209 0956 1212,1.32; 2359,1.48 0600,0.49; 1747,0.69
3 S 0639 1700 2301 1025
1258,1.34
0638,0.52; 1841,0.73
4 S 0639 1701 2354 1054 0045,1.39; 1347,1.37 0719,0.54; 1943,0.75
1125 0138,1.30; 1440,1.41 0804,0.57; 2054,0.75
5 M 0639 1701
6 T 0639 1702 0049 1159 0241,1.24; 1534,1.48 0853,0.59; 2207,0.70
7 W 0639 1702 0147 1239 0349,1.20; 1629,1.56 0945,0.59; 2313,0.62
8 T 0639 1703 0247 1324 0454,1.21; 1720,1.66
1038,0.57
9 F 0639 1703 0349 1417 0554,1.24; 1811,1.78 0009,0.51; 1130,0.53
10 S 0638 1703 0451 1517 0647,1.29; 1901,1.89 0059,0.39; 1222,0.47
11 S 0638 1704 0550 1624 0739,1.34; 1950,1.97 0146,0.29; 1314,0.42
12 M 0638 1704 0643 1734 0830,1.39; 2039,2.02 0233,0.21; 1405,0.37
13 T 0638 1705 0730 1844 0919,1.44; 2128,2.02 0320,0.16; 1459,0.35
14 W 0637 1705 0813 1952 1011,1.48; 2217,1.96 0407,0.15; 1553,0.35
15 T 0637 1706 0852 2059 1102,1.51; 2308,1.84 0454,0.17; 1650,0.38
16 F 0637 1706 0928 2203
1155,1.53
0541,0.23; 1749,0.44
17 S 0637 1707 1005 2307 0000,1.67; 1249,1.55 0629,0.31; 1853,0.50
18 S 0636 1707 1042
0057,1.50; 1346,1.56 0716,0.40; 2004,0.56
19 M 0636 1708 1121 0011 0200,1.34; 1446,1.57 0808,0.48; 2123,0.58
20 T 0635 1708 1204 0114 0310,1.22; 1550,1.60 0904,0.54; 2241,0.56
21 W 0635 1709 1250 0215 0424,1.17; 1652,1.63 1002,0.57; 2347,0.51
22 T 0635 1709 1341 0314 0530,1.17; 1747,1.67
1100,0.58
23 F 0634 1710 1435 0409 0625,1.20; 1836,1.71 0040,0.48; 1152,0.56
24 S 0634 1711 1531 0459 0712,1.24; 1919,1.73 0123,0.41; 1239,0.53
25 S 0633 1711 1628 0543 0751,1.27; 1957,1.75 0201,0.38; 1321,0.51
26 M 0633 1712 1723 0622 0829,1.30; 2032,1.74 0235,0.36; 1400,0.49
27 T 0632 1712 1818 0657 0903,1.32; 2106,1.72 0308,0.35; 1438,0.49
28 W 0631 1713 1911 0729 0938,1.34; 2139,1.67 0339,0.35; 1515,0.50
29 T 0631 1713 2003 0758 1014,1.36; 2212,1.60 0410,0.37; 1554,0.52
30 F 0630 1714 2054 0827 1049,1.37; 2246,1.52 0441,0.39; 1634,0.55
31 S 0630 1714 2146 0856 1128,1.39; 2323,1.42 0513,0.42; 1718,0.59
All times are Eastern Standard Time. Time lags: Ballina Boat
Dock: 15 min; Byron Bay: nil; Brunswick River Highway Bridge:
high 30 min, low 1 hr; Mullumbimby: 1 hr 10 min; Billinudgel:
3 hr 55 min; Chinderah: high 1 hr 30 min, low 2 hr; Terranora
Inlet: high 2 hr 10 min, low 2 hr 25 min; Murwillumbah: high
2 hr 30 min, low 2 hr 50 min. Tides in bold indicate high tide of
1.7m or more and low tide of 0.3m or less. Data courtesy of the National Tidal Centre.
JULY 2010
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ACUPUNCTURE
ASBESTOS
MARLENE FARRY ACUPUNCTURE 4/41 Burringbar St, Mullumbimby ..........................66842400 ABC: BALLINA ASBESTOS & DEMOLITION No job too big or small ..........................0418 665222
BUILDING TRADES
AIR CONDITIONING
SERVICE DIRECTORY
RATES, PAYMENT & DEADLINE
Deadline: For additions and changes is 12pm Friday
Line ads: $80 for 3 months or $280 for 1 year prepaid
Display ads: $55 per week for colour display ad.
Minimum 8 week booking 4 weeks prepaid.
Please supply display ads 85mm wide, 28mm high.
New display ads will beplaced at end of section.
Accounts & bookings:
6684 1777
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ALL-WAYS HANDY – CARPENTRY 25 yrs exp. Sml jobs OK. Lic 221584C . Steve McDonald 0416 043297
BAY RECLAIMED New & Used building supplies ................................................................66855991
BRICK & BLOCKLAYER Neat, reliable, quality. Lic 114688C.........................................0410 326052
BRICK & BLOCKLAYING Lic 164155C ...........................................Gary 66849102 or 0437 135483
BRICKLAYER & BLOCKLAYER Quality workmanship, reliable. Lic 129723C ................... 0431 266250
BRIMS BUILDER’S HARDWARE ........................................................................................66801718
BUILDER – THINK BUILDING Excellent work. Quality projects. Lic 188670C ............0432 381880
BUILDER All projects. O’Neill Building. Lic 212134C ......................................... Gerard 0418 832693
ANTENNA EXPERT Fast digital service .........................................................................0401 190960 BUILDER/CARPENTER BOB STEWART Lic 14815C. Mullum – SGB ...66805639 or 0418 989928
BRUNSWICK TV SERVICE 30 years. Byron Shire. Bill Sked ...............................................66851778 BUILDER/CARPENTER Lic 194188C .............................................. Dave 66809782 or 0412 171616
INDEX
Accountants ......................................36
Acupuncture .....................................36
Air Conditioning .............................36
Antennas & Installation ..............36
Appliance Repair ............................36
Architects............................................36
Asbestos ..............................................36
Building Trades ................................36
Carpet Cleaning...............................37
Chiropractic .......................................37
Cleaning ..............................................37
Computer Services.........................37
Counselling........................................37
Curtains & Blinds ............................37
Decks & Patios ..................................38
Dentists................................................38
Design & Drafting...........................38
Electricians.........................................38
Fencing ................................................38
Floor Sanding & Polishing .........38
Florists..................................................38
Furniture Restoration &
Construction .....................................38
Garden & Property
Maintenance .....................................38
Garden Design .................................39
Gas Fitters & Suppliers ................39
Glaziers ................................................39
Graphic Design ................................39
Guttering ............................................39
Handypersons ..................................39
Health ...................................................39
Hire ........................................................39
Hot Water Systems .........................39
Interior Design .................................39
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NORTH COAST ANTENNA SERVICES Digital specialists, 20 yrs local exp, Lic 27302 .......66841234 CARPENTER All jobs. Michael Dow. Lic 147675C ...................................66291169 or 0412 967677
ROB DEEGAN Antennas, parts, installation ...........................................0429 994516 or 66845525 CARPENTER Home maint, decks, renos, free quotes Lic 223772C ...........................Cam 0412 939083
Labour Hire ........................................39
Landscaping & ExcavatIon.........39
Licensed Brothels ...........................39
Motoring .............................................39
Naturopathy......................................40
Nutrition .............................................40
Osteopathy ........................................40
Painting ...............................................40
Pest Control .......................................40
Photography .....................................40
Physiotherapy ..................................40
Picture Framing ...............................40
Plastering ...........................................40
Plumbers .............................................40
Printer Toner & Cartridges .........40
Printing & Copying Services .....40
Removalists .......................................41
Roofing ................................................41
Rubbish Removal............................41
Security Services.............................41
Septic Systems .................................41
Sewing Machine Repairs ............41
Solar Installation ............................41
Solicitors .............................................41
Swimming Pools .............................41
Tiling .....................................................41
Tree Services .....................................41
Upholstery .........................................41
Veterinary Surgeons .....................41
Water Filters ......................................41
Water Tank Cleaning .....................41
Web Design Services.....................41
Wedding Services ...........................41
Window Tinting ...............................41
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CONCRETING – Jason Dougherty. Lic 210260C. Free quotes, qual work .66851450 or 0438 206861
CONCRETING – Steve Baker. Lic 143161C.....................................................................0412 272564
DINGO DEMOLITIONS & ASBESTOS REMOVAL ................................66834008 or 0407 728998
GARY HEWITT BRICKLAYING Lic 164155c No job too small ...............66849102 or 0437 185483
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GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS Decks, pergolas, walls & fencing. Lic 212479C .......0415 755337
PAVING, LANDSCAPING, DECKS, SANDSTONE WORK Lic 10711C Greg 0414 859830 or 66803234
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ACCOUNTANT - BANGALOW John Hudson ..................................................................... 6687 2960
BIZWIZZ Professional & mobile – MYOB & Quickbooks, www.bizwizz.com.au ............0400 758192
BOOKKEEPER MYOB, Quickbooks, BAS, account setup/training .....................Edward 0421 971807
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BOOKEEPING SERVICES for creative small businesses. MYOB, Mac or PC .........Jenny 0411 232266
HANS ON BOOKEEPING MYOB, quickbooks, BAS & training ...........................Sonjan 0427 171087
FRANK STEWART ARCHITECT Reg. 6075. www.frankstewart.com.au ...........................66856984
Kitchens and cabinets – co-designed with you.
Bathrooms, timber features, custom-made projects.
Owner-builder friendly.
References and inspection of work available.
Lic 84399C Don 0418 650 608 or Piers 0431 184 315
JOSE DO Sustainable Architecture. Reg. 7647 www.josedoarchitect.com.....................0424 062096
MARKHAM-LEE ARCHITECTURE Reg. 7761...............................................................0424 796511
SPACE STUDIO Architects, interior designers and project managers. New buildings, renovations
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ZAHER ARCHITECTS Reg 7872 www.zaherarchitects.com.au..............66849408 or 0414 974088
ZUGAI STRUDWICK ARCHITECTS Reg 7669. www.zsarchitects.com.au ........................66872694
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BLUEGUM MOWING Garden & property maintenence...........................Adam 66844730 or 0434 244224
BRUNSWICK VALLEY LAWN & GARDEN For all your garden needs ...0423 857144 or 66803693
DAN YATES GARDEN SERVICES Qualified horticulturalist, mowing & garden maint ..0407 540700
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GUTTERS CLEANED all areas, free quotes, fully insured .......................0405 922839 or 66850125
KANE ABBOTT Horticulturist, property maintenance ...........................0438 277953 or 66882010
MULLUM HANDYMAN Gardening, mowing, rubbish removal, insured.......................0424 954388
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BENS FENCING – RELIABLE, PROMPT, QUALITY 7 days.........................................0409 983565
BYRON A&I/SUNRISE From 5am, 7 days. Lic 145002C ..................Jim 6685 5373 or 0403 747615
BYRON & BEYOND FENCING Any fence, any time, prompt quotes .....66804766 or 0416 424256
COUGHRAN ELECTRICAL 24 hourt service, Lic 154293C........................0439 624945 or 66804173
FENCE FORMERS Landscaping and fencing solutions..................................................0423 356911
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CRANIOSACRAL, CHIROPRACTIC, OSTEOPATHY David Ackerman ...............................66884136
MULLUMBIMBY MASSAGE & CHIROPRACTIC 110 Dalley St ........................................66841028
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WOOD FIRED OVENS
BRYANT HOPLEY Herbalism, homeopathy, nutrition. Byron Bay......................................66857225
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KATE PLATT Interior Designs, www.kateplatt.com................................0411 888416 or 66807606
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ABSOLUTE HANDYMAN Indoor/outdoor maintenance...............................................0402 281638 GRASSROOTS GARDENING Softscapes & hardscapes. Fully insured....0407 437071 or 66854612
ACTION PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Carpentry, repairs, renovations ........................0422 417295 BRUNSWICK VALLEY DIGGER MAN Excavator & tipper hire ............................ Matt 0427 172684
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BRUNSWICK AFFORDABLE MAINTENANCE Carpentry & maitenance Lic 224655c .0433 928470 GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS All aspects of landscaping & design. Lic 212479C..0415 755337
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CAPE BYRON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE all areas Tom Scott ...........66840386 or 0418 600576 VILLA LANDSCAPES Paving, retaining walls, landscaping ..........................................0414 657689
GOLDEN HANDS Experienced, reliable handyman for all jobs + lawnmowing ................66805456
HANDYMAN with 25 years carpentry experience ..............................................................66840227
INCH BY INCH MAINTENANCE plumbing, tiling, carpentry, painting ..Paul 66842326 or 0422 017072
B r u n s w i c k Va l l e y
Digger Man
MULLUM HANDYMAN Maintenance, repairs, painting, renovations, gardening ........0424 954388
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RELIABLE HANDYMAN SERVICES .........................................Michael 66844970 or 0405 325569
All aspects of small earthmoving.
2481 PLUMBING All water, drainage & gas fitting Lic 214 726C Phone Jimmy ...........0405 073540
Action Property Maintenance
carpentry, building, repairs, renovations, mowing/slashing
Neil J McCarthy
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Local reliable building
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[email protected]fixproperty.com
Matt
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Ian Mathison 0428 842 285 AH 6684 2285
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Philip Toovey 0409 799 909
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various implements available for limited access projects
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BAYSIDE RADIATORS, WINDSCREENS
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24 hours 7 days
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,OT7ILFRED3T"ILLINUDGELs
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Ring Dean on 0417 856 212
TINY EARTHWOR
Flat pack assembly, wood floor restoration, garden work and
woodwork, painting, blind/curtains. Whatever you need I can do it !
BANGALOW LIMOUSINES CAR DETAILING ..............................................................0488 426600
BILLINUDGEL TYRES & BATTERIES ..................................................................................66802366
CAR BODIES REMOVED Any condition..........................................................................0427 660641
CAR BODIES REMOVED FREE $$$s PAID .................................................. 66845296 or 66845403
FRED HENRY MECHANICAL REPAIRS Billinudgel.............................................................66802155
MECHANICAL REPAIRS, WARREN SIMMONS Byron Bay .................................................66858500
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PLUMBERS
FLYNN’S QUALITY PAINTING
Dwyers Smash Repairs
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6684 3542 or mobile 0410 520647
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BRUNSWICK VALLEY PLUMBING All plumbing, 24hr. Lic 1470171403..1300 214171 or 0415 179034
DART PLUMBING Plumbing, roofing, gas service. Lic. 1175539C ................................0421 334515
DLC WATER PLUMBING SERVICE Lic 219589C ..........................................................0427 641804
I LOVE PLUMBING Call Steve Lic 148904C ....................................................................0412 916140
MARK CORBETT Plumbing, draining, gas fitting. Lic 13121..................66877645 or 0418 210802
MARK STRATTON PLUMBING Lic 57803C ...........................................66803626 or 0419 019035
2481 PLUMBING All water, drainage & gas fitting Lic 214 726C Phone Jimmy ...........0405 073540
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BRUNSWICK HEADS OSTEOPATHY Sue Broadbent, Monday – Friday ..............................66851126
BYRON OSTEOPATHIC CARE Eve Schoenheimer, Rachel Cooper .....................................66853660
NORTH COAST OSTEOPATHY .......................................................................Jodie Jacobs 66857517
TRADITIONAL OSTEOPATHY Lennox Head Michael Petrie................................................ 6687 4410
PEST CONTROL
PAINTING
TROPICALE Termite risk assessments $55 ..................................... 0418 110714 or 66841213 (ah)
AD PAINTING by John Hand. Lic 13246C ...............................................0413 185399 or 66841249
ALAN MALONE Painter & decorator. Lic 97474 .............................................................0412 794364
BYRON PRO-PAINT Quality guaranteed, fair prices, free quotes. Lic 87771C .......Ben 0418 662281
DEREK BULLION PAINTING Free quotes. Lic R98818 ..........................0414 225604 or 66805049
NORTH POINT PAINTING SERVICES Quality only. Lic 618414C ............66847137 or 0403 332654
PAINTING & DECORATING Free quotes. Lic 215392C.................Justin 66871884 or 0413 567191
PAINTER – PROFESSIONAL FINISH Small jobs OK. For a quote phone Mark............0410 193557
WALLPAPER & PAINT SERVICES 20 years experience. Free quotes ..............Duncan 0457 283364
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INKY BUSINESS 19 Tasman Way, Byron Bay .....................................................................66807776
CLAUDIA MIRDITA Craniosacral therapy, physiotherapy....................................................66857222
CONTINENCE / PELVIC FLOOR Janelle Angel. 3/10 Station Street, Bangalow .................66872337
PETRA KARNI Physiotherapy, Craniosacral, Alexander Technique. Byron..........................66807207
NICK EDMOND, MARTINA RIGBY Physiotherapy, acupuncture & craniosacral therapy
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PAULA RAYMOND-YACOUB Acupuncture and physio........................................................66851646
PHYSIOCARE @ HOME Renata Tenta, home visits .......................................................0437 647137
PICTURE FRAMING
ARTISTS CANVASES Premium cotton/linen, unbeatable prices .......................................66808010
BILLINUDGEL CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 7/1 Wilfred St, Billinudgel .......................66803444
CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING @ BYRON ART SUPPLIES 3/97 Centennial Circuit.........66808010
ACCENT COLOR The Copy & Laminating Shop ....................................................................66856236
CUSTOM MADE FRAMING
professional canvas stretching & giclee printing
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NORTH COAST PRINT SOLUTIONS Graphic design and printers .....................................66858264
quality art supplies
Still @ the centre – 3 Centennial Ct – 6685 5808
PLASTERING
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PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
C. A. Warwick Lic. No. 114578C
• Free quotes • Gyprock fixing & setting
Craig 0413
451 186 / 6680 4660
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ROOFING
FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS
Bonnlee
ROOFING
CRAFTSMEN
PRINTING
(02) 6685 5730
1/19 Tasman way,
Byron Bay Arts & Industrial Estate
REMOVALISTS
Shire Transport Freight & Removals
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MULLUMBIMBY VET CLINIC Neil Farquhar & Wayde Hawkins ........................................66843818
ALL GONE FROM $10 pensioner discounts ..................................Mark 0421 932945 or 66855570
WATER FILTERS
BEST SKIPS BANGALOW 2m2, 4m2, 6m2 bins ......................................0417 458149 or 66871544
OCEAN SHORES SKIPS Mini skip specialists ............................................................... Jim 0412 161564
www.eco-sphere.com.au
James Beard
0419 425 491
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LICENSED ASBESTOS REMOVAL
BRUNSWICK VALLEY LOCKSMITHS Shirewide .....................................66771550 or 0412 144679
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6680 8200 or
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WATER TANK CLEANING
SECURITY SERVICES
BYRON SHIRE WATER TANK CLEANING ..................... Phone Mark 66851104 or 0403 991874
WEB DESIGN SERVICES
SEPTIC SYSTEMS
Cape Byron Removals
BYRON BAY VET CLINIC 1/70 Centennial Cct. Rowen Trevor-Jones....................................66856899
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MATT ALLWORTH www.communityvet.net ................................................................0414 227123
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ROOF RESTORATIONS • RE-ROOFING • REPAIRS • FREE QUOTES
6687 6445 / 0409 917646
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Trine Solutions
Licence No.
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AWARD WINNING LOGO, GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGN ....... www.molyvdesign.com 0421 173819
ECO-FRIENDLY WEB DESIGN & HOSTING............................................ pembertoncreative.com
SEWAGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS
MEDIASHMEDIA Multimedia Design & Development www.mediashmedia.com.au ..0457 114130
Sustainable environmental outcomes
Drainage, Gasfitting & Plumbing
6680 2358 / www.trinesolutions.com.au / 0407 439 805
SUSIE DOVE WEB DESIGN www.susiedove.com .............................................................66844459
WEB BROWSER Quality websites at affordable prices ...........................66803707or 0423 770799
WEBSITE OPTIMISATION / SEO / SEM Proven results ..............................66804991 or 0405 811271
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Your local installer dealing in Sharp Solar Modules, Australian made Latronic Inverters and
Century/Yuasa batteries. Specialists in Standalone and Grid Interact Solar Power Systems.
Ready for work within & beyond Byron
Brisbane Sydney backloading
For careful service & great rates
P: 02 6679 7228 E: [email protected] www.sunbeamsolar.com.au
phone 66801158 or 0408 004719
TYNDALL & CO Business, commercial, family law. Byron Bay............................................66882492
SOLICITORS
SWIMMING POOLS
BAYWATER POOLS PTY LTD Design, construction. Lic 206487C..........66843489 or 0419 479921
MULLUMBIMBY POOL SHOP Products, service & construction Lic 39126 ......................66844846
WEDDING SERVICES
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PETER MOYLE Lic 66399. References. Free quotes ................................0412 656498 or 66802184
TILER/STONEMASON/WATERPROOFER Lic 24418C Phone Karl ...................................66804103
UTE AND DRIVER Get a move on! ............................................Richard 0422 407997 or 66859920
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and one unfortunately not available
in our service directory. Although
almost anything else is. Any duck
wranglers wishing to advertise
please ring 6684 1777.
Lic 218802C
CHOPPY CHOP TREE SERVICES Crane & bobcat..................................66846650 or 0408 202184
NICK HART TREE SERVICES ................................................................66849137 or 0427 347 380
SUMMERLAND TREE SERVICES ............................................... Call Jo 66877677 or 0417 698227
THE CHAINSAW GUYS All tree work .....................................................66779482 or 0431 382681
TREE CONTROL SERVICES Free quotes .......................................................................0422 767677
JIM’S TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
• Local
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LOCAL • SYDNEY • GOLD COAST • BRISBANE • MELBOURNE
02 6684 2198
[email protected]
www.echo.net.au
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Classifieds
INDEX
Birthdays ................................. 47
Business Opportunity.............. 45
Businesses For Sale ............... 45
Bus Services ........................... 44
Cabins For Sale ...................... 45
Caravans ................................. 45
Celebrants ............................... 43
Childcare ................................. 44
Church Notices........................ 47
Clothing & Alterations ............. 44
Computers ............................... 44
Events...................................... 43
For Hire.................................... 44
For Sale ................................... 44
Free Stuff ................................. 45
Garage Sales .......................... 45
Halls For Hire .......................... 44
Health Notices ......................... 43
Holiday Accommodation ......... 45
House Sit ................................. 45
Houses For Sale ..................... 45
Land For Sale......................... 45
Lost & Found ........................... 47
Motor Bikes ............................. 45
Motor Vehicles ......................... 45
Musical Notes.......................... 47
Only Adults .............................. 48
Pets.......................................... 47
Positions Vacant ...................... 46
Probate Notice ........................ 43
Professional Services ............. 43
Property For Sale .................... 45
Public Notices.......................... 42
Readings ................................. 43
Share Accommodation ........... 45
Short Term Accommodation ... 45
Social Escorts ......................... 48
To Lease .................................. 46
To Let ....................................... 46
Tradework ................................ 44
Tree Services .......................... 44
Tuition ...................................... 47
Units For Sale ......................... 45
Wanted .................................... 45
Wanted To Rent....................... 46
Work Wanted........................... 47
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opinions of the editorial staff.
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any representations as to the accuracy
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The Byron Shire Echo does not accept
any liability for the representations or
promises made in paid advertisements
or for any loss or damage arising
from reliance on such content,
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ECHO CLASSIFIEDS 6684 1777
PHONE ADS
RATES & PAYMENT
Ads may be taken by phone on 6684 1777
$15.00 for the first two lines
8.30am – 1pm Monday
9am – 5pm Tuesday to Friday
(minimum charge)
Ads can’t be taken on the weekend
(these prices include GST)
AT OUR OFFICES
Cash, cheque or credit card
– Mastercard or Visa.
$5.00 for each extra line
Classified ads may also be lodged at our offices:
Mullumbimby – Village Way, Stuart St
Byron Bay – 95 Jonson St
Prepayment required for: Garage Sales, Share
Accommodation, Short Term Accomodation,
Wanted to Rent and Work Wanted classifications
PUBLIC NOTICES
– CLASSIFIEDS –
Can be booked any time during
business hours Monday to Friday by
phoning 66841777.
Please be very clear about what you
want to have printed in your ad. Our
Echo staff will read your ad back to you.
Please help us by making sure we have
correct details and phone numbers.
Please also have your credit card ready
for ALL ads placed over the telephone.
MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID ADULT
By appointment only
2 day 2nd edition Certificate course
15 & 22 July $180, Byron Bay
Ph Nicqui 66855950 or 0402013177
YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE!
phone 6685 5222
Living Astrology
An interactive approach. 66859672
MULLUMBIMBY SOUP KITCHEN
Neighbourhood Centre, Dalley Street,
Wednesday 5pm. 66841816
Ink Brush Painting
TANGO
EARTH HEALING WORKSHOP
Below Mt Warning
Magical site to explore earth energies &
raising human conciousness,Sat 24 July,
9.30am-1pm. Ph Allan 0432047432
Easy & Fun Classes 0411083501
DAVID MCILRATH & MO HUGHES
Are holding a public forum,
VIEWS & VISIONS FOR
MACCA’S CAMPING GROUND
Wed 7 July, doors open 4pm,
Forum starts 6.30pm
Kohinur Hall, Upper Main Arm
Warm supper provided. Phone
Mo 66808943 or David 66845211
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Lucky Bear
STOCKED UP FOR WINTER
THE RUG SHOP
Bangalow 66872424
ANNUAL
CASH
SALE%
30-50
OFF
ALL SILVER JEWELLERY
15% OFF ALL GOLD JEWELLERY
The Oceania Projects 21st
SALE ON NOW
Whale Expedition
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Join for a week or more. Ph 66858128
Info: www.oceania.org.au
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Catrine Irwin
YOGA AND ART KIDS
HOLIDAY CLUB
WEEK TWO
Monday 12th July
Cleansing &
Rejunvenation
with Ayurveda
* Credit card purchases will attract a small fee
Dual Controls
Relaxed & Professional
Instructor
Targeting Driver Education
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DRIVING SCHOOL
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Information & bookings:
Bruce Butcher
0409 329 492
Come along to a FREE
3 hour introductory
workshop
A unique and powerful
personal transformation
program
(Full 2 weekend program
begins on Friday 23rd July)
&ORALLBOOKINGSCALL+AREN
0420 239 791
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In mature permaculture acre at
Seed Savers, Byron Bay
Harvest and prepare lunch from the
garden with Michel and Jude Fanton
Sat 17th Fruits incl. pumpkin,
tomato, etc.
Sat 24th Edible leaves incl. salads
and spinaches.
Sat 31st Family Day, kids free; learn
to grow and harvest lunch
$56 to $90 per day.
Program: www.seedsavers.net
0432 420 294; 6685 7560
FREE SEMINAR
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DANCERS & PERFORMERS
Presentation skills to fine tune your
performance avail school hols,
Soloist, group work & large productions.
Ph Nicola 66846264
Inviting men and women to master the
art of love, freedom and sexual polarity.
Sumi-e & Calligraphy classes
Phone Ester 66847609, 0412221576
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41 Sunrise Blvd, Byron Bay
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Call/SMS 0402 841 148
www.muditaclinic.com
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SCHOOL HOLIDAY
CIRCUS WORKSHOPS
Mon 5 – Sat 17 July
Ages 5 – 15 years
Mon, Wed & Fri
9.30am – 4.30pm
Full day $65 – Half day $35
Plus flying trapeze sessions,
All ages 12.30pm & 5pm $45
5 sessions in one week $120!
For more info, Saturday classes
and regular timetable:
www.circusarts.com.au
or call 6685 6566
Booking Advised
CIRCUS ARTS
Byron Entertainment Centre
17 Centennial Circuit
Arts and Industry Park, Byron Bay
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Following a service review conducted during Term 2, 2010,
please be advised that the service from Mullumbimby, Brunswick
Heads, Ocean Shores & Crabbes Creek to Kingscliff TAFE &
Kingscliff High School WILL be continuing.
The service will however terminate at Kingscliff
and no longer travel to Tweed Heads.
The service will no longer be shown on the route service timetable.
Enquiries please phone Brunswick Valley Coaches on 6680 1566.
Interested in learning about
FREEMASONRY?
FREEMASONS
NSW & ACT
Then come and join us at a meeting
at 6 Byron Street, Byron Bay
Your partner is most welcome.
on Thursday 15 July @ 7.30pm
For more details please ring (after hours)
Warren Simmons 6685 7180
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WEARABLE FELT ART &
EUCALYPTUS DYEING
Workshops, July 24/25 & 31/1 at Byron.
Internationally recognised artist.
Ph 0427355629
[email protected]
MEDIUM - CLAIRVOYANTCOUNSELLOR - ASTROLOGER
Northern Star columnist
Caring & professional. Liz Winter Dip.
Prof. Couns. Mullum 66845346 www.
lizwintermedium.com
YOGA WITH DEB
Tue 9.30am Yellow Ch, Mullum,
Wed 6.30am Heartspace, Mullum,
Wed 6pm & Sat 8.00am, Wheel of Life,
Bruns. Privates avail. 66840470
Brunswick Yoga
PROF SERVICES
DENTURES
LOOK GOOD
FEEL GOOD
Free consultation. SANDRO 66805002
Guided Healing process using
the energies of the New Moon
& Eclipse in Cancer
Facilitated by
Ama Ri Al & Kaliana
Mon. 12 July, 7 - 9pm,
The Academy, 5 Wollongbar St,
A&I Ind. Est, Byron Bay $15pp
Deep Democracy
Warren Werksman,
Consultant Psychologist
PS0124845, MAPS
Is your group or organisation having
difficulties with collaborative decisionmaking? A radically transformative
toolkit for individuals and groups to
enhance commitment for new initiatives,
performance and efficiency, successful
conflict resolution.
Workshop 9-5pm, 17-18th July, Byron.
Max. 14 persons. Special introductory
price $300pp (+2 for 1 offer!)
Call to Book 0404 837 863
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Ph 66284475 or 0422221116
Immigration Advice
Australian visas. Ph 66859643
Paul Laufenberg MMIA, Ass. Jur.
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OCEANA
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MARRIAGE
CELEBRANT
Unique weddings & ceremonies
ALISON MACKAY 66801884
www.alisonmackay.com
www.echo.net.au
TIME
9.30am
AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE
Lennox Head
Ph Angela 66874164
www.integratedbeing.com.au
tel: 0402 207 137
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MON
TUES
Emma
Ana
Karen
Prenatal
Teen
Temple Dance
Sienna 4:15
Evening Natasha 5:30
Yoni Yoga: Roxy
Joan
Prenatal
Emma
FRI
SAT
Vinyasa Flo
Geoff 7am
Prenatal
Emma
Wise Women Pregnancy
Massage
Group
Now Monthly
Deep Hatha
Miranda 5:30
7:30pm
P I L AT E S & GY R OT O N I C
@ core studio. Ph 66856716
5/102 Centennial Circuit, Byron Arts & Industrial Estate (first left after BP)
Emma: 0410 576 267
www.redtentyoga.com.au / [email protected]
MULLUMBIMBY
(UPSTAIRS FROM NEWSAGENCY)
6684 2488 www.yogapeace.com.au
MONDAY
9.30-11.30am Hatha Yoga
12.00-1.00pm Meditation
25% OFF
TUESDAY
8.00-9.30am
11.00-12noon
12.00-1.00pm
3.30-4.30pm
for locals
WEDNESDAY
9.30-10.30am Shanti Yoga
Linda
12.00-1.00pm Meditation
3.30-4.30pm Shanti Yoga for Teenagers Linda
(School term)
5.15-6.45pm Shanti Yoga
Kim
7.15pm
Kirtan
THURSDAY
9.30-11.30pm Hatha Yoga
Aesha
12.00-1.00pm Meditation
FRIDAY
9.30-10.30am Shanti Yoga
Linda
11.00-12.00 Shanti Yoga
Linda
12.00-1.00pm Pranayama
Aesha
Yoga basics
Aesha
Shanti Yoga
Linda
Meditation
Shanti Yoga for Children Linda
(School term)
Ayurvedic Clinic (Wednesday) – massage, beauty, lifestyle consultation – Suzanne
Therapeutic Massage (Thurs) – Health Fund Rebates available – Aesha
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9.30-11.30am Vinyassa
5.30-7.00pm Dru Yoga
WEDNESDAY
9.30-11.30am Beginners
5.30-7.00pm Hatha
71 Jonson St,
Byron Bay
BREATHWORK
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9.30-11.30am
3.30-5.00pm Hatha
5.30-7.00pm Hatha
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FRIDAY
9.30-11.30am Hatha
Diana
4.30-5.30pm Flow $5-$10 Donation Sol
SATURDAY
8.30-10.30am Hatha
Diana
Diana
Pennie & Paul
9 WEEK BEGINNERS YOGA COURSE STARTS MON 26TH JULY,
6-7.30PM WITH DIANA. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.
All welcome. Enquiries: Diana Ewing 9 Myocum St Mullumbimby
P: 02 6684 3431 M: 0407 455 212 E: [email protected]
Free Classes for all Members!
Over 40s yoga
MULLUMBIMBY... THE HEALTHIEST PLACE ON EARTH
HOLISTIC GYM & HEALTH CENTRE
Bangalow & Alstonville
visit
www.bangalowyoga.com.au
or
phone Michael on 0406559696
over 30 years experience
age gracefully
Community
Suffolk Park
yoga with flo
Acupuncture
Wed and Fri 12 - 4:30pm
Flowing Vinyasa Classes
Wed 9 - 12 pm
at the Suffolk Park Community Hall
Tuesdays & Thursdays 5pm–6.30pm
Heart Space (above Santos), Mullumbimby
Red Tent Yoga
5/102 Centennial Cct, Byron A&I Estate
NO APPT. NECESSARY
6.30am
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plus free Iridology Session
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8am
10am
5.30pm
Fitball
(5.30 - 6.30)
Leanne
Hatha Yoga
(6.30-7.30am)
Mara
Total Body
(9 - 10am)
Leanne
Vinyasa Yoga Iyengar Yoga Iyengar Yoga
(8 - 9.30am) (10 - 11.30) (5.30 - 7pm)
Claire
Claire
Claire
Hatha Yoga
(6.30-7.30am)
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Pilates Mat
(10 - 11am)
Sandra
Vinyasa Yoga Iyengar Yoga
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(10 - 11.30)
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(8 - 9am)
Josie
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Iyengar Yoga
(9.30 - 11am)
Claire
Whole Body
(5.30 - 6.30)
Leanne
health fund
rebates
available!
www.mullumsari.com
35 Burringbar Street • Mullumbimby • 6684 2719
Flo Fenton tel: o2 6685 9910
JUST ROCK UP!
email: [email protected]
Sessions $20
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Iyengar Yoga
Suitable for
all ages & those with injuries
www.byronyogalounge.com
DAY/TIME
Iyengar teachers study intensively for 4 / 5 years &
continue ongoing training. Experience the difference.
8am
7am led pract $10
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10am
Liz
5.30pm
Naomi (level I)
6pm Liz (level I)
Julie (level II/III) * beginners
Claire
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Liz (level I/II)
4pm Claire
Liz Restorative
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/
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5
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courses:
21
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-18 Aug & 25 Aug -22 Sept
*
6 am
2 pm
$5
John
Alex
$8
Lila
$5
Bettina
Em
$8
Kirsty
$8
Davina
$5
John
$5
Malcolm
Anne-Marie Miranda
$8
Kirsty
Gitam
$5
John
Davina
$5
Bettina
Bettina
Alex
$5
Geoff
Kirsty
$8
Teacher Training with Glenn Ceresoli - September intake
Groups & Private
Lessons available
THUR
Ashtanga
Acupuncture
9 - 12 pm
Emma
Kids Yoga
4pm
HYPNOTHERAPY
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Mums/Tots Deep Hatha Community
Mums/Bubs
11am
WITH HYPNOSIS. Paul L. Jones C.Ht.
DO IT NOW! 66807030
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relationship counselling
family mediation
co-parenting coaching
Creative Yogis Kids Holiday Club with Karen, starting Mon July 5th
Massage Available: Kahuna, Lomi Lomi, Deep Tissue & Pregnancy
CHOKE THE SMOKES
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BAppSc, Grad Dip Relationship Therapy
Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
YOGA & MASSAGE IN BYRON ARTS & INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
JO FROM THE HEARTSPACE
massages & recommended by
The Echo staff. Phone 0423293995
MARRIAGE CELEBRANT
66844559
0422383151
www.antheaamore.com
READINGS
Cranio Sacral
HEALTH
ANTHEA AMORE
TAROT - INTUITIVE READINGS
Counselling, vibration healing.
Ph Radhika 0403285538, 66805609
with Martina Rigby, Physiotherapist,
at Mullum Physio Centre 66843255
at Ocean Shores 0432322998
(EALTH&UND2EBATES
MEET MARY GARDNER
Biologist & writer for the Echo.
Sat 10 July, 11-1pm Byron Comm Ctre.
Upstairs at Verandah room. Free event.
Come chat & use microscope
Kate Chase
Ph Mukti on
6684 3153
DipEd., Aust.
Swim Certificate
9 yrs experience
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They save more energy than a solar system.
Fully Qualified Practitioners
Celebrating love and lives
66803032. [email protected]
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EQUITY DIVISION –
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DEREK HARPER
BABY SWIM
MASSAGE & INJURY MANAGEMENT
JAMIE BENNETT B. Clin. Sci., Dip.
Rem. Mass., Dip. Ex. Sci.
Specialising in sports/work injuries, back
pain relief & rehab, remedial & relaxation
20 yrs exp. Rebates. 0403401696
Ocean Shores, 1.5 hrs $80.
Susan 0411409123
KAHUNA IN BYRON
Tues, Weds, Thurs, qualified, intuitive
practitioner. Phone Deej 0415034204
9 Heated indoor splash pool
9 Infant & toddler classes
9 Adult aqua yoga class
9 Skilful & gentle tuition
9 Enjoy beautiful Mevlana
A JOURNEY TO YOUR CENTRE
Clinic in Mullum, Mon-Fri, 9-5.30pm
Weekends by appointment only.
Opposite The Echo. Ph 66844883
This winter we are pushing the
government for an Ugg Boots rebate.
BYRON BAY DETOX CLINIC
Colonic hydrotherapy & natropathy,
detox programs, massage,
infrared sauna. By the ocean.
Phone Natalie 0458633869 www.
byronbaydetoxretreats.com.au
CELEBRANTS
LATIN DANCE CLASSES
Tues & Thurs from 6pm, A & I Est Byron.
All welcome. Bookings ess 1800776471
@ Body Balance, 2/111 Jonson St
Claire. Ph 0414243491, 7 days a week
SWEDISH Massage
Monday to Friday every 2nd week
New Brighton. 66802027
Not your usual Osteopathy
KINESIOLOGY
KIDS DANCE FIESTA 9-17 yo. July 10 &
11. Broken Head Hall. Last chance, prepurchase only. Book 1800776471
PROBATE NOTICE
HUNGERFORD LEHMANN &
ANDREWS
Solicitors
PO Box 20 MULLUMBIMBY 2482
Tel: 02 6684 2477
Fax 02 6684 2702
JAW R.E.S.E.T. HEALING
Relieves teeth grinding etc, theta
healing beliefs, D.N.A activation &
readings. Sound chakra healing.
Voyager tarot, life readings. 0429194912
REMEDIAL MASSAGE
BILLINUDGEL
Debra Casey Dip RM, fully accredited,
Health fund rebates. Ph 66805503
EVENTS
& counselling. Wendy Purdey.
Enquires & appts 66802630. Details:
www.wendypurdey.com.au
After 14 days from publication of this
notice an application will be made that the
Probate of the Will of FRANK ARNOLD
SMITH late of Clive Burdeu Nursing
Home, Hillcrest, in the State of Queensland granted by The Supreme Court of
Queensland on 17 February 2010 to VICKI
ANN SMITH, CHERYL LEE DECKER and
MALCOLM FRANCIS SMITH be sealed
with the seal of this Court. Creditors are
required to send particulars of their claims
upon his estate to:
ANDREW HALL
QUIT SMOKING IN 60 MINUTES
How? Ask Ingrid phone 66803827
s3WEDISH2ELAXATION-ASSAGEs
$50 Tues to Sat Mullum. 0422138644
BOOKKEEPING MYOB SECRETARIAL
Ph Ester 66847609 or 0412221576
NIA DANCE
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Sexual Counselling
AmarePearl
Shoe Surgery now operating
@ Sole Bros, Arts & Industry Estate.
Surgery hours 8am - 5pm
THAI MASSAGE 1.5 hrs $50, home visit
$60. Ekka, 7 days 66804478. Traditional
Specialising in mental, emotional &
energetic well being
www.integratedbeing.com.au
Ph Angela 66874164
www.
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Mullum Medical Ctr - Mon, Fri, Sat
SHOE DOCTOR
‘RELEASE UNRESOLVED
EMOTIONS’
OSTEOPATH
A biodynamic approach to Osteopathy
in the cranial field
Tues 6-7.30pm beg, backcare,
Thurs 6-8pm general, 21 Fingal St,
Bruns. Frida Lezius, Senior Yoga Teacher
Phone 0421352701
Alison Rahn qualified sex therapist
www.alisonrahn.com.au 0432599812
CATERER delicious food for all functions,
budget to deluxe, 10-100. Designer
menus. Phone Chef Jess 0420456448
BEST MOBILE MASSAGE therapeutic
20yrs exp. Phone Julie 0419339319
Drive
Liz Costigan 0402 770 441 (above1aLoisBanksia
Lane Shoes)
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John R
Yoga Therapy
Teacher Training Intensive
12 days $2,750 JULY 11 - 22
Just 2 places left
With guest teachers: Mark Breadner,
Eve Grzybowski, Judy Krupp,
along with John Ogilvie, Ana Davis,
Stephan Kahlert, Maria Kirsten, Jacinta McEwen
Nationally Accredited Certificate IV
In Yoga Teaching (91485 NSW)
Austudy Approved
26 JULY - 17 SEPT 2010 $4,500
$5 & $8 Charity Classes Taught by Teacher Trainees
The Byron Shire Echo July 6, 2010 43
TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE
Thai masseur, 1hr $40 & 2hrs $65
Ph Nui 66771670, 0410519341
TRADEWORK
BRUNSWICK VALLEY
DIGGER MAN
HEALING HANDS
Deep tissue, remedial and relaxation
massage, 20+ years exp, 7 days.
Ph Bernie 0407431588 Suffolk Park
Excavator & tipper hire. 0427172684
CARPENTER experienced, prompt, all
work. Lic 162072c. Ph 0419722132
ASHTANGA YOGA
Mon-Fri at 9.30am. All levels welcome.
Enquiries ph Sam 0412147020
MASSAGE $50 1HR Swedish relaxation,
7 days, Byron. Ph 0438024766
Julie Wells
Dip. Som. Psych
Somatic Psychotherapist
Individual and Couple
Therapy
Supervision and Coaching
6685 5185 or 0401 277 688
COUNSELLING
&
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PSYCHOTHERAPY
Pedro Campiao CMCAPA
Individuals
Couples
Groups
tantra
tuition* massage *counselling
Laviras invites you to experience
tantric practices gathered from
around the world during her
11years as a practitioner of
sacred sexual arts
info www.intikana.com
0422 294 215
BRENT VERCO
CHIROPRACTOR
BYRON CHIROPRACTIC
6685-8159
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
Adrian Shortland
Spec in chronic neck & lower back pain
with 10 yrs exp in lecturing, research &
1000s of massage hrs, proven
treatment. All rebates. 0412430262
6684-1028
THURS PM, MON,WED & FRI
SPACE FOR RENT
LOTUS TEMPLE
Beautiful space available in
Byron A & I Estate for YOGA
or similar classes. Room for 20 people,
fully carpeted, meditation also $20 per
hour. For Practitioners/high frequency
healing room $15 per hour.
6680 8391 or 0403 204 644
e: [email protected]
(2 hour Treatment)
b Hot Rock
Massage
b Deep
Therapeutic
Massage
0423 293 995
www.heartspacemassage.com
(ABOVE SANTOS)
OPEN TO PUBLIC
WETSUIT
SALE
while stock lasts
MC Surf / Byron Bay Surfboard Co.
3 Banksia Dr, Byron Ind Est
02 6685 8778
TILL
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INCHCHIPPER
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HALLS FOR HIRE
BEACH VENUE FOR HIRE weddings,
parties anything. Ph Rikki 0427847057
www.ballinabeachvillage.com.au
EWINGSDALE HALL AVAILABLE
for your next function. Ph 0421878556
44 July 6, 2010 The Byron Shire Echo
CARPET OFFCUTS – Lots of sizes
and prices at Ray Towers Carpets,
Mullumbimby Industrial Estate.
LOCALLY HANDMADE JEWELLERY
CARPET MATS – from 50 cents each
at Ray Towers Carpets, Mullumbimby
Industrial Estate.
also available at
Hammer & Hand Jewellery Collective
Ti Tree Pl, Byron A & I Est. 10-4, 7 days
COMPOST TOILETS
'ARRY3COTTs
FRIDGE/FREEZER Westinghouse, 420L
excellent condition, new seals, clean $350
ono. Ph 66842402 or 0408235784
FIREWOOD Split, seasoned, free kindling
each delivery stacked. Ph 0434012215
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11th Hour Group Pty Ltd.
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FOR PROFESSIONAL efficient and rapid
computer help & repair with a difference.
Ring MazMobileIT on 0411426289 Byron
Shire and surrounding areas
a little present just for you
Hammer & Hand Jewellery Collective
Ti-Tree Pl, A&I Est. 10am-4pm, 7 days
WASHING MACHINE auto $140, fridge 2
door $170, delivered. Ph 0413589388
BICYCLES pre-loved, fully restored, all
sizes, from $50, will trade. 66804165
NEW SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEM
$695. Phone 66794210
MOBILITY SCOOTER luxury model,
4 wheel suspension, new March 2010
$3650, never used, sell $2150, could
deliver. Phone 0420411021
FENDER PRECISION BASS, Squier,
electric blue, as new, hardly played, $440
ono. Ph 0412732465
POOL TABLE pub size, mahog finish, all
acc, mint cond, $850 ono. 0412738592
RED SOFA $80. 2 x Ikea robes $80, bed
bases & mattress’, bookcase, rocking
chair (offers), plenty of linen & bric-abrac, etc, Kodak Carosel projector (offers).
Phone 66802260, 0415838514 or email:
POMINPOCKET HOTMAILCOM
YOGA SLINGS for sale $150 each. Ph
0412394932 or 66872988
VARIOUS MOBILITY AIDS walking
frame, bed hoist, shower stool, bed post &
walking stick, all prices neg. 0434242587
NEW DINING TABLE extendable, seats
4-8, oiled, solid Beechwood, rrp $399, sell
$250 ono. Ph 0432885423
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Build Environmentally
We can build to your imagination
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Mullumbimby 66842511
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BABY & CHILDRENS ITEMS
‘BRUNS KIDS’
Specialising in recycled baby & childrens
needs, clothes, toys, books, prams, high
chairs. Next to Bruns Bakery. 66851135
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New & recycled building materials
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from $10.50sqm & Bamboo Flooring.
For ceilings, walls, doors, etc.
Ph 66884188 - sample & brochure
www.bambooply.com.au
BRIDGLANDS
To suit most makes & models
Quality appliances only available
in the Byron Shire at
Road base, gravel, blue metal and metal
dust. ALL SIZE DELIVERIES.
Phone 66845517, 0418481617
TRAMPOLINES, REPLACEMENT MATS
& parts. 66851624 or 0409851624
MIELE, ASKO
& SMEG
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Wooden railway sleepers, concrete
sleepers, garden ornaments & pots,
mulches, soil, metals, gravel & more.
Mon-Fri 7.00am-5pm, Sat 7.00am-2pm.
1176 Myocum Rd, Mullum. 66842323
WOOD SHAVINGS, timber kitchen
benches. Phone Stan 0412429156
RINNAI PORTABLE GAS HEATERS
Big range in stock
Bridglands Mullumumbimby
66842511
3EPTIC7ASTE2EMOVAL
WARD’S
Landscape Supplies
- HONEST & RELIABLE Best rates & service in the Shire.
Phone Matt 0427172684
BLANK DVDs
CDs & Mini DV tapes
BRIDGLANDS
LAHAY
EVENT & PARTY HIRE
Audio & lighting. 0418676534 or
sMDAFNIS BIGPONDNETAU
FIREWOOD
DELIVERIES
BEDS - MATTRESSES - ENSEMBLES
Best brands. Best range. Sleep Zone,
Bridglands, Mullumbimby. 66842511
Clothing manufacturers.
Manufacturing for wholesalers,
shops & market stalls.
Ph Jocelyn 66846665, Mon - Fri (bh)
JUMPARTYJUMP
Jumping castles to hire from $100 per
day, Sumo wrestling suits also available.
Phone 66855756
Carmine 6685 4015 - 0401 208 797
TIMBER, pine, treated pine, hardwood,
mouldings, sleepers, fencing, Koppers
logs, ply, MDF, lattice, made to order.
Brims Builders Hardware, Billinudgel
02 66801718, Sth Tweed 07 55236002
SEWING: HEMS & ALTERATIONS
Dance wear. Ph Debra 0432185180
JUMPING CASTLE HIRE
$180 for 4 hours & $220 for 8 hours.
Ph 66851856 or 0433087148
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CLOTHING & ALTRNS
FOR HIRE
FOR ALL YOUR
PROFESSIONAL TREE CARE NEEDS!
FOR SALE
FACTORY OUTLET
SHED 3x3 heavy duty, colourbond
charcoal walls, sand trim, internal roof
truss, 12 mth old, exc cond, cost $2200,
offers over $500. Richard 0407821690
GOOD used furniture bought and sold
Bridglands Mullumbimby 66842511
P: 6677 1697 M: 0414 186 161
12 yrs exp. Emma 0448471653
Upstairs At Byron Bay Surf Club
Enquiries: 0 4 4 8 8 0 7 7 9 8
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HEARTSPACE
Licence No 114628C
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HEAVENLY MASSAGE
for hes & shes. Mullum & mobile.
Phone 0411606882
Massage
Massage at
0412 742 828
Peter Gray
14-15 AUGUST
Ph Zena or John 66840318
CHILDCARE
www.beachsideyogaandmassage.com.au
over 20 years experience
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BYRON 2 BRISBANE EXPRESS
City/Airport 2 hours. 1800626222
Phone: 6684 6650
0408 202 184
Northern Tree Care
LEARN THE ART OF INDIAN SINGING
with Tahir. All levels. 24 July
1.30-4.30pm, Yellow Church, Mullum.
$45. Ph 0405597264 or 66849394
BUS SERVICES
Fully insured professionals
Qualified arborist
18” chipper, stump grinders,
cherry picker, bobcat & cranetruck.
6687 7674 / 0412 55 88 90
SAMA YOGA
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9 -10 :30am (With Mel)
$15 per Class. 5 classes $60
Remedial, Deep Tissue, Relaxation
½ hr $40 1 hr $70 1½ hr $100
Call Andrew Wilson
Dynamic yoga with live Indian classical
music, Sat 10.30am, Heartspace
Mullum, $15. Ph 0405597264
FI’S FIX IT ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS
Ph Fiona 66857627 or 0419587190
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BYRON ALTERATIONS
20 Brigantine Street, Arts & Ind Estate
Mon to Fri, 10am-4pm. 66808836
Beachside
Yoga & Massage
ALL ASPECTS OF
TREE WORK & STUMP REMOVAL
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COOL WINTER AIR MAKING
YOUR SKIN DRY & THIRSTY?
Treat yourself to a complimentary
pampering at a time that suits
you in your own home.
Contact Celeste for a free skin care
analysis & treatment. 0434207444
THURS AM
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC
IAN MILGATE 0412853479
All areas, bobcat & tipper hire, augers,
rubbish removal, site clearing
KUNDALINI YOGA
BEST HAWAIIAN LOMI massage, med &
deep, 1 or 2 hrs. John 0411842117
0402 632 541
www.pcampiao.com
Byron Bay Bobcat
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE Kahuna,
Lymphatic Drainage, Reiki, Tarot,
sumputous organic facials. Phone Kaliah
0404445462
at The Lotus Temple 7am - 8.30am,
Mon - Fri, 5 Wollongbar St A&I Estate.
PH Joseph 0422984581 or 66808391
TREE SERVICES
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Mark 6680 4284 / 0427 490 038
Karen 0427 804 284
For property plantings. Large range
of tube stock for revegetation.
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Mullum Creek
Native Nursery
Open Thurs & Friday 9am - 5pm
Yankee Ck Rd, via Wilson Ck Rd
Mullumbimby 6684 1703
www.mcnativenursery.com.au
RECYCLING
Biggest on the coast
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(07) 55 244 244
46 Machinery Drive, Tweed Heads South
Mobile 0417 698 227
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ELECTRIC GUITAR & AMP
Never used, with case & lead, Ibanez
guitar, Roland cube amp,
new $700, sell $480 ono,
6 mths old. 66802158
BYRON 23 Cooper St, Sat 8am, h’hold,
baby & kids goods. Ph 0431678639
PULSAR nice + others, reg 1479, 4 door,
$2800, DL 1701, white. Ph 0414940294
O.SHORES 1 Reka Way, Sat 8am, baby
gear, furn, clothing, h’hold & more!
COROLLA 95, reg SN1-484, air-con, p-st,
$4990, DL 16701, wrty. 0414940294
CHILD BOOSTER SEAT with harness,
excellent cond, $150. Ph 66854060
BYRON 82 Sunrise Blvd, Sat 8am, h’hold
items, clothes, books, surfboards
ANTIQUE WOODEN FURNITURE dining
room table & 6 chairs, $650 ono, dresser
with mirror, $800 ono, Chinese coffee
table, $350 ono. See at Zakay Glass
Byron Bay. Ph 0414596326
O.SHORES 110 Orana Rd, Sat/Sun 8am,
moving sale, furn, tools, h’hold, tent
HYUNDAI EXCEL 1999, 5 speed man,
AD1-9KU, $3600 ono, 119,000km, rego
to 2/11, air-con, MP3 player, great car.
Phone 0401539799 or 66841801
COMBINED SALE lots of girls clothes, 43
Paterson St, Byron, Sat 8am
VW CADDY ‘07 white, racks, options, A1
throughout $14350. Ph 0421538567
FIREWOOD quality, free kindling, best &
cheapest, 4x4. Ph Chris 0402040554
MOTOR VEHICLES
TOYOTA LEXCEN st-wagon, no rego, 97’
model, good cond, $450. 0432348699
FREE Bamboo Cane, various sizes, large
quantity(not plants), Myocum. 66848281
LEATHER brown 3 seater lounge, recliner,
vgc $700 ono, wrought iron 3 shelf piece
$250 ono, wrought iron dbl bed frame
$250 ono, hand made wooden 3/4 loft bed
$300 ono. Ph 66859845
NARNIA NURSERY
15% OFF ALL STOCK
Present this ad for your discount.
Valid at the nursery only, until 1 August
2010. Ph 0419771514, 66848030
ADVANCED PLANTS, Lilli Pilli, Foxtail,
Yucca, $45 each, get in quick, Suffolk
Park, pick up. Ph 0417969625
TV LG, 28” = 70cm, vgc has remote, $180
ono. 15” LCD Sony monitor, $70 ono.
Transformer 240-110v, 100w & 1800w.
Phone 66843143
FRIDGE/FREEZER $200, w’mach $180,
delivery. 0420707662
FRIDGE Fisher & Paykel, 380L, $400 ono,
works very well. Ph 0427301251
T&G FLOORING TIMBER $1.50 per
metre. Ph 0411482365
Clearance Sale
All building materials eg: doors, windows,
timber. No reasonable offer refused.
Sat & Sun, Mullum 2nd Hand
66843063. Lot 5 Manns Rd Mullum
DUAL PRAM & single pram ‘Babylove’,
Ikea wardrobe & matching draws, water
filter. Ph 66840026
FRIDGE 520L $150, timber queen bed
$180, Al Merrick surfboard 6’3” x 19 x 2.5
$250. Ph 0404705203
FREE STUFF
FREE
MULCH
Old newspapers at the Mullumbimby
office of the Byron Shire Echo
WANTED
GOOD used furniture bought and sold
Bridglands Mullumbimby 66842511
OLD MOTORBIKE any make, any year,
any cond. Will pickup. 0427109195
ALL GOLD
Scrap gold, damaged/unwanted
jewellery & all solid silver objects.
$$ Good prices paid $$
Cedar House Antiques. Ph 66842653.
30 years trading. 140 Dalley Street
Mullumbimby. Honest, reliable service
CAR AUCTIONS
Buy at Dealers only through us.
Ring David 0414306152
CHOICE MADE, $$$ SAVED.
CASH PAID FOR
UNWANTED CARS
Local reg’d business
66845296 or 66845403 or 0413120970
ADD A PHOTO OF YOUR CAR
TO MAXIMISE ITS
SELLING POTENTIAL
Phone and ask our Echo staff for our
special rates for car photos. 66841777
CAR BODIES
REMOVED FREE
$$$s for most.
Phone 0418189324, 0438189323
KIDS MOTORBIKE TTY 110, goes well
$450. Phone 66843726
CARAVANS
BUS 10m, as is, ideal small dwelling
$5500 ono. Ph 0438226881
CAPRICORN 24’ $1695 ono. Viscount 24’
plus annex, $1795 ono. Ph 66847245
CABINS FOR SALE
STYLISH new relocatable cabins built to
your requirements from $12,000. Easy
delivery. www.countryroadcabins.com.au
Phone 0414769546
HOUSES FOR SALE
BURRINGBAR HOME FOR SALE
1/4 acre development potential
www.burringbarhomeforsale.net
Phone 0414096776
FOR ALL YOUR FINANCE and property
needs. Ph Michael Murray 0428555501
SUFFOLK large room, ensuite, pool,
quiet, n/s, $228pw incl elect & internet,
one other. Ph 66854681
RURAL Possum Ck nr Bangalow, share
peaceful hse with 1, lge rm & own bthrm,
$130pw + exp & bond. 66872324
BEAUTIFUL RURAL 2br furn house, near
Bangalow, 9 Sept-21 Oct $370pw, incl cat
minding, suit single or couple, no kids or
pets, car hire possible. 66871256
BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK 2 rooms, lovely
timber home overlooking reserve, $140pw
& $170pw + bond & bills. 0413413066
MULLUMBIMBY granny flat s-c, $300pw,
bills incl, avail July-Nov. 0428218549
BYRON 2 rooms in stunning exec eco
home, close beach/shops $180/240pw
suit working n/s. Ph 0405747420
BALI VILLA available for rent in July, 2br
with swimming pool set in the rice fields.
Ph Chantel 0423463661
BRUNS quiet adult to share with 1 male,
$150pw + bills. Ph 0413131524
BYRON tranquil clean rm, for conscious
person, n/s, d/f, $160pw. 0409844402
CLARKES BEACH sgl $110pw, qu room,
ens, $160pw, vego, n/s, d/f. 66857736
UNIQUE BALI STYLE VILLA f-furn, s-c,
sep & private with own carport & laundry,
5 mins from Byron, pref quiet sgl, $300pw
incl elect, no pets. Ph 0434407860
SUNRISE BEACH room $150pw
incl all bills and internet, fully-furn
house and room with en-suite. Text
owner on 0425301008. Photos at:
http://users.linknet.com.au/byronbusker/
$300 bond, min 3 months stay, prefer long
term, couples are ok
BYRON working person, 2 min beach &
town 2 rooms avail. Phone 0418857704
EWINGSDALE lovely 1br, furn apt, pool,
b’band avail, $270pw. Ph 0403022356
VOLVO 240E 12 months rego, good
condition, white, $1850. 66191642
BYRON in town, f-f, 3br house, fireplace,
big verandah, wireless, avail 20 July - 30
Aug, $500pw neg. Ph 0407747628
BANGALOW share big house, 3 min to
Bangalow CBD, huge sep living spaces,
lge bedrm, sep ent, ADSL, Austar, garage
storage. Happy healthy home, child & pet
friendly, avail now, $220pw. 66872989
DAIHATSU TERIOS ‘01 4WD, 12 mth reg
205,000km, air-con, p’steer, CD, 5 speed
$5900. Ph 66882307, 0420932982
BYRON CBD room in exec apartment,
air-con, pool, furn or un-furn, $175pw sgl,
$260pw twin incl bills. 0402923144
SUZUKI VITARA & 4WD Jeep Cherokee,
both good cond, 12 mths rego. For details
phone 0411458661
HOUSE SIT
RELIABLE experienced, mature, n/s, d/f,
female house sitter. Ph 0405554170
1998 SUBARU OUTBACK
Dual range, special edition, 5 speed
manual, dual sunroofs, 241,000km, rego
13 Aug 2010, great condition, reliable,
$6900, priced to sell, first to see will buy.
Ph Shaune 0423379878
HOUSE SITTER NEEDED 12 Aug to
8 Sept for cats & dogs, central Mullum.
Phone 0418827524
MATURE MALE n/s, d/f, employed to care
for your home & pets, exc refs, avail 20/7.
Ph 0401038576
FORD LASER 1993, auto, air-con, low
kms, $3499 ono. 66843739
NISSAN VAN 1990 173,000km, well
maintained, rego until Sept 2010, $2200
ono. Ph 0404866364
SHARE ACCOM.
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
FORD FALCON 02 wagon, auto, LPG,
rego 15/7, needs approx $600 work,
$1500 ono. Ph 66801340, 0448727904
BYRON CENTRAL opp beach, furn room
in chilled house, suit single or couple,
short/long stay. 0408855738
COROLLA ‘94 HATCH 6 mths rego, aircon, auto, p-st, $1700. 0408593436
MY OWN GYM
SUZUKI SWIFT ‘98 10 mths rego, good
condition $2950 ono. Ph 0421445561
No contracts, $13.50 per week
150 members only, 24 hr access
Ph 0401514319
FORD LASER AUTO rego till Feb ‘11,
new tyres $1400ono. Ph 66804805
FORD LASER 2000 man, 150,000k, 1
owner, 8mth reg $5900ono. 0413003301
1999 Mitsubishi L300 Express 5 door
Tradesmans Van. 5 sp, A/C, P/S, SN 445 .. $5250
STH GOLDEN BCH 5 Helen St, Sun 8-1
exc cond Roxy & Quiksilver + h’hold
1999 Ford Laser LX1 5 sp A/C P/S full
service history, March ’11 rego. AIG 39L ... $5650
OCEAN SHORES Moving sale Sat 10th.
26 Kallaroo Cct
Ford Festiva Hatch 5 sp, 88,262km,
immaculate car with low ks and service history.
VGJ 280 ..................................................... $4950
JOINT SALE bric-a-brac, clothes, house
hold items, massage chair, Sat from 8am,
22 Left Bank Rd, Mullumbimby
Toyota Tarago Family Van Auto, A/C, P/S,
CD, SN 441 ................................................ $5250
SUNRISE Sat 10th after 9am, 31 Belongil
Cres, going o’seas, good books, clothes,
furn, lounges, all must go! 0421330766
www.dealcars.net
1998 Toyota Camry CSi Sedan Auto, A/C,
P/S, CD, nice car. MJL 010 ........................ $4750
35 CARS UNDER $10,000
16 ENDEAVOUR CLOSE, BALLINA
Ballina Car Centre
6686 5586
DLN 19950
Byron Classic Cars
MULLUMBIMBY 6 Kurrajong St, Sat from
8am, household items
Clearance of
all used car
stock.
Come and
have a look.
Save $$$
FABRIC SALE Ewingsdale, 77 Parkway
Drive, not before 8am. And much more
Cnr Bayshore & Banksia Drive,
Byron Arts & Ind. Estate. DLN 12886
www.echo.net.au
APRILIA SPORTS CITY 200 scooter,
excel cond, rego May 2011. www.untilsold.
com.au/2998
BRUNSWICK HEADS large self-cont
room, fully-furn, en-suite, $250pw no bills,
single person pref. Ph 0407486581
OCEAN SHORES 2 rooms avail in dbl
storey house, great garden & verandahs,
$140pw + bills + bond. 0418173138
MITSUBISHI EXPRESS VAN full of
camping gear, $2000. Ph 0405446033
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
MOVING/GARAGE SALE Sat 8am, 13/16
Berrimbilla Ct, O.Shores, h’hold & more!
MOTOR BIKES
CLEANING BUSINESS for sale $13,000.
Approx 30 regular properties, flexible
hours, be your own boss, great for a
couple or two friends. Huge potential we have never advertised. Gross $70,000
in first year. Full training & equipment
included. Ph Jason 0411607020
MYOCUM - 1BR STUDIO/CABIN
has lovely back deck with rural views,
own vege patch, self-cont & fully-furn,
avail 25 July to 9 Sept, heavily
reduced rent at $150pw for short term.
Bond & refs req’d. Ph 0412385426
SUNRISE vego, working person, quiet
t’house, $135pw incl elec. 0423507229
CAR RENTALS
BARGAINS
BRUNS 22 Fingal St, Sat 8am-1pm,
quality designer boots, shoes, clothes &
lots more!
HILUX DIESEL 4x4, dual cab, tray back,
good cond, $7900. Ph 0438429534
INKY BUSINESS printers & ink recycling,
Est 16 years, 5 days, 9-5 week, easily
run, full training,10% growth over 09/10
$75,000 + SAV $15000. 0408207776
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
LOVE THE BEACH? I want a happy
female to share 2br unit opp beach at
Suffolk Pk, n/s, $170pw. 0416277557
Weekly rates. 0401606707
GARAGE SALES
O.SHORES 15 Mundurra Ave, Sunday
9am, art, quality clothes 10-14 & more!
ono.
BUSINESS FOR SALE
SHORT TERM ACCOM.
BYRON walk to town, furn room, $120pw
incl bills, n/s worker under 35, travellers
welcome. Text details including name &
age to 0403766701
WOOD FIRE with flue, good condition.
Ph 66805705
LILLI PILLI 14 Blueberry Crt, Sat not
before 8am, vint clothing, bric-a-brac, Kilm
rugs, antique furn, sml fridge, clothes
$2600
JEWELLERY COLLECTIVE
member wanted, sell your jewellery
7 days a week with no commission,
work 1 day per week 10am-4pm,
Byron A&I Est. Ph Bruce 0409960614
MID JULY 1-4 months, lovely large
room, in Bali style house, deck, garden,
bathrm, quiet & meditative, 5 mins beach,
O.Shores, $190pw. 66803375
TOYOTA COROLLA ‘93 CSI 4WD wagon
new tyres, brakes, clutch, 8 mths rego, exc
cond, $4300 ono. 66871648
O.SH 31 Coomburra Cres, Sat 8am,
combined h’holds, qu & sgl bed bases,
books, clothes, bric-a-brac & more!
SAAB 900i 1993,
Phone 0406673567
HAMMER & HAND
Ph 6680 7533 or 0439 854 468
BUSINESS OPP.
WARNING
The Department of Fair Trading has
warned people to be very careful about
responding to advertisements offering
work at home. Readers should be
wary if asked to pay money upfront for
employment opportunities and never
send money to a post office box.
Business
Opportunity
Office supplies (telesales)
distribution business with
turnover of $3,500,000 pa,
requires an Investor to expand
the existing business and
develop a franchise network.
We are looking for a financial
partner to provide capital
investment of $500,000
as well as contributing
towards working capital.
The investor is also
required to have financial
and administrative
management skills.
For more information please
email: [email protected]
UBUD-BALI VILLAS from $100-$150K,
fully-furn & staffed, excellent investment
or retirement. Phone Ming 0422722561 or
email: [email protected]
MULLUM 3br villa unit, in town, rural out
look, NE aspect, polished floors, private,
Chincogan views, $395,000. 66843656
THE POCKET 2.5ac, 4br home DLUG
$710,000. Phone 66845101, 0458445101
Refer www.diysell.com.au ID:P20480
LAND FOR SALE
PRIVATE SALE: 2 acres at The Pocket,
creek & school nearby, 12 minutes to
beach, Bruns & Mullum, lovely valley
views $330,000. Phone 66845453
PROPERTY FOR SALE
ROSEBANK 9 acres, ridge top, all winter
sun. Established fruit & shade trees. 5
rentable cabins, $800pw rent return. All
solar, $570,000. Glen 0413718420
SUFFOLK PARK beachside, share with 1
walk to beach & shops, i’net, n/s, worker,
$200pw bills incl. Ph Chris 0414905900
MULLUM beautiful room with WIR & ens,
$170pw, small rooms $80pw, travellers
welcome. Phone 0434242587
LENNOX share lovely f-f house, working
person, drug free, $150pw. 66874601
STUDENT ACCOM - During term time
En famille in superb position 2km from
Mullum. Friendly environment includes
breakfast & evening meal during the
week with sandwich lunch available.
Comfortable room offering privacy &
internet, pastoral care as required.
Company of students, school bus from
door daily. Suit high school, Tafe or uni
student. On site swimming pool, refs
req’d, $210pw. 66844404, 66842001
SUNRISE own bathrm, WIR, internet, no
bills, sgl $160, dbl $200pw. 0401302343
UNITS FOR SALE
BELONGIL close beach, spacious room
in sunny, furnished semi, with cute garden
for considerate, clean, quiet, cat loving
professional, avail end July $200pw.
Phone or text 0411236396
ANGOURIE 2br, 2 storey unit, reluctant
sale of a piece of paradise, 2 hours drive
from Byron, $450,000. 0447844215
SUFFOLK PARK room with own
bathroom, d/f working person or student,
$150pw. Ph 66859704
HOLIDAY ACCOM.
BYRON working person to share clean
friendly house, close to beach & shops,
$200pw + bills. Phone 0417553596
WATERFRONT Brunswick charming 1 &
2br, f-furn apartments. Ph 66851631
MIA CASA B&B lush, pool, spa, near
Mullum, 15 min Byron. 66844762
BONDI STUDIO fully-furn & equipped,
balcony, parking, pool, walk to beach &
Junction, bus & shops at door, 2 week
min, rent negotiable. Ph 0414248266
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BROKEN HEAD 1 room avail, beautiful
property, $150pw each + bills & 2 weeks
bond. 66854367 or 0409161826
SUFFOLK PK Alcorn St, stylish rms from
$160pw, 12/7- Oct. Ph 0412968841
BYRON CBD top location, opposite
beach, f-f room, suit couple/single, avail
now. Ph or text Beau 0422191122
GIRL WANTED to share free accom
for up to 3 months in exchange for 15
hrs work in Suffolk Park, must be avail
Monday afternoons & weekday mornings,
suit traveller. 0429836490
BAYWOOD CHASE, large room, dbl bed,
TV, DVD, fridge, internet, large house,
$200pw sgl or $240pw dble, no bills.
Ph 0402162042
SUFFOLK PARK studio unit, close to
beach, own kitch, bthrm & ent, un-furn,
fridge, share LUG & laundry, quiet house,
suit prof sgl, $300pw incl bills, plus bond,
avail mid July. 0419687908
BYRON lge room in clean, quiet house
close to town & beach, views, working,
n/s, travellers ok $150pw. 0415045867
SUFFOLK Brandon St, large room with
en-suite & BIR to share in large, happy
family home with wireless, $160pw + bills.
Phone 66853417
SUFFOLK Alcorn St, garden, beach
access, must see, $200pw + bond, pet
friendly. Ph 0407132195
BYRON large furn room in cool 2br hse
with garden, 200m to beach, 5 mins town,
$175pw. Phone 0416342157
MULLUM great room in established share
house, $150pw + bills. 0408262874
BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK large f-furn
room, incl cable TV/DVD/Internet $160pw
+ bond + bills. Ph 0412234845
MULLUM garden studio, not s-c, private,
3 min walk to shops, med size, share
facil with 1 adult & child, suit worker only
$150pw + 2 wks bond. 0401245035
BYRON Shelley Dr, fully-furn room, for
female, short term ok, $120pw + bond.
Phone 66856220
ROOM in lovely Bangalow house, own
bathroom, suit 1 or 2 people. Ph Staf
evenings 66871930
HILLSIDE SUFFOLK large room with
en-suite in quiet relaxed house, $150pw,
perfect for someone who needs space.
Ph 0438442535
SUFFOLK working couple/single, 2
rooms avail, exc house, garden, v’dah,
$160/260pw bills incl. Ph 0428772228
BANGALOW room, sunny, clean quiet
home, f-furn, own bathroom, $130pw incl
bills. Ph 66872043
BYRON rm with en-suite, nth facing deck,
sep fridge, sauna, internet, spacious, pref
fem, $225pw incl bills. 66807676 LM
Byron Bay
From a month to a year...
• right in town
• single / double / studio
• fully furnished rooms
• from $100pw no bills
phone 0421 925 531
The Byron Shire Echo July 6, 2010 45
SUNRISE (iga) lge fully-furn rm, $150pw
cpl ok, internet, garden. 0411081777
SHARE HOUSE MULLUM friendly
n/s veg home, bath, fireplace, garden,
wireless, share with 2 others, $110pw +
bills. & bond. 66842781, 0421006407
BYRON king single room, furn, suit
student, internet, $155pw incl bills. Ph
66807676 leave message
ANGELS BEACH ocean views, beach
front, 3br, 2 bthrm townhouse, DLUG, 15
min to Byron, $470pw. Ph 0409473718
RURAL BANGALOW 4 mins to town,
compact studio, suit single, working, n/s
female, $180pw incl elect. 66872318
OCEAN SHORES 2br unit available 23/7
Phone 66844364
CLARKES BEACH sgl $110pw, qu room,
ens, $160pw, vego, n/s, d/f. 66857736
FULLY FURNISHED 2br s-c flat, quiet,
5 min to Mullum & Bruns, available for 6
months from $260pw incl. Ph 66843587
LARGE ROOM AVAIL in newly reno
house, close to beach/shops, Belongil Cr,
$180pw incl bills & internet. 0416610200
BROKEN HEAD 1br + study on acreage,
suit couple, no pets, refs required, $300pw,
avail 10/7. Phone 66859878
LILLI PILLI beautiful big sunny room to
share with 3 others in huge renovated
Qld’er, $165pw + bills. 0424332278
EWINGSDALE 1BR farm cottage, suit
single mature person, private forest
setting, no pets, $230pw. 0427228886
BEAUTIFUL BELONGIL sep studio,
outside bath, lush gardens, walk one
minute through bush to beach, $175pw.
Ph Cherry 0413190266
BYRON classy self-cont, f-f, 1br treetop
studio, huge balcony, sgl only, $240pw,
incl bills & wireless. 0437573391
SPACIOUS ROOM in peaceful home,
Suffolk area, walk to beach & shops,
b’band, $160pw incl bills. 0413023631
BAYWOOD CHASE lge room, timber
floors, en-suite, for single working n/s,
clean & peaceful house, 2 living, 2 decks,
wireless, $170pw. 0413095889
SUFFOLK PARK 2 rooms in 4br home
$125pw per room + elect. 0423520497
ROOM quiet, working fem pref, $150pw,
$300 bond. 66858765 or 0410032081
BYRON LARGE ROOM fully-furn, 2 min
to town, nice yard, Foxtel. 0423356911
CENTRAL MULLUMBIMBY self-cont
space, $150pw. Ph 66844478
BANGALOW lge sunny room, part-furn,
pref fem, $137pw incl bills. 66870434
2 ROOMS SUNRISE short or long term
strictly d/f, n/s, 2 weeks bond req, $160
sgl, $210 cpl. Ph Nicola 0401364888
SUFFOLK PARK 2 rooms $160pw each,
available immediately. Phone Chrissie
0433606605
MYOCUM 1br medium size studio, avail
now, private, scenic, 1 person only,
$210pw + gas. Phone 0417286951
O.SH beautiful self-cont upstairs 2 rooms,
sea views, balcony, BIR, timber floors,
pref sgl wkr, $200pw +bills. 0405245565
BYRON 3br + study, 2 bathrm, large back
yard, walk to town, $500pw, avail mid
August. 0447835022
STUDIO 1km from Mullum CBD, quiet
location, $180pw inclusive, short to med
term. Phone 66846490
EWINSDALE fully-furn studio cabin, s-c
with queen bed & deck, suit sgl, $220pw
incl elec, gas, wifi. Ph 0438012372
MAIN ARM house on acreage, 10 mins
town, 3br, 2 bathrm, 2 garage, outside
studio, large swimming dam, working
couple pref, $500pw incl prop maint.
Phone 0438770783
MAIN ARM modern private 2 cabin
complex + separate bathrm/laundry on
acreage, deck over picturesque dam,
$350pw incl maint. Ph 0438770783
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH
3br, close to beach, woodburner
heater, spa, sauna, double car port,
$450pw
RURAL-WILSONS CREEK
3bd open plan, 2bth, 5 acres,
creek, lawn inc $450pw
L.J. Hooker
Brunswick Heads
6685 0177
JRGGHVVRIEDE\ORQ
WINTER
CLEARANCE
SALE
Loads of great bargains!
Wed 7th, Thurs 8th &
Fri 9th July
10am - 5pm
1/4 Brigantine St.
A & I Estate
5/16 The Terrace, Brunswick Heads
TO LET
BANGALOW SELF STORAGE
Hi-tech security. 66872333
TO LET
CARAVANS & CABINS from $195pw.
Apply in person to Byron Bay Tourist
Village, Ewingsdale Road.
GRANUAILLE CRESCENT
Private 1 bedroom cottage with
pool. Outstanding views $250pw
PROPERTIES REQUIRED
for permanent & holiday, good tenants
waiting. Phone Gail Fuller 66808111
BEECH DRIVE
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom
Townhouse SLUG, $370pw
BANGALOW RENT A SHED
Self storage sheds fr $25pw. 66871306
BOTTLEBRUSH CRESCENT
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house
fully furnished $430pw
L.J. Hooker Byron Bay
6685 7300
LILLI PILLI compact studio, semi-furn, 4
wks plus avail, phone line & wireless avail,
$198pw. Ph/text 0427169098
BYRON BEAUTIFUL 3BR furn house for
quiet, n/s prof, $500pw. 0409844402
O. SHORES furn luxury lge 3br house on
golf course, ducted a-c, gas heating/cook,
attached 2 room flat, with garden deck,
sep ent, avail 28/8, $650pw. 66804441
SUFFOLK 2 lge rooms, executive house,
ensuites, $240 & $180pw. 0416012673
ARMSTRONG STREET $400pw
3 bd, 2 bth, in complex with pool,
property for sale
MIDGEN FLAT ROAD $450pw
3 bd, private country home,
lawns & gardens incl
OCEANSIDE PLACE $470pw
3 bd, 2 bth, fully fenced, SLUG
ORARA COURT $490pw
3 bd, 2 bth, open plan living,
wrap around verandah
LAWSON STREET $550pw
2 bd, newly renovated quaint cottage,
across from Clarkes beach
OCEANSIDE PLACE $550pw
3 bd, 2.5 bth, private outdoor area
with nature reserve outlook
SHIRLEY STREET $640pw
4 bd, 2 bath, big shady grounds,
undercover entertaining
HERITAGE COURT $650pw
4 bd, 3 bth, lap pool & spa,
pools & garden maintenance incl
FLETCHER STREET $650pw
2 bd, 3 bth, private balconies,
fully furn, modern
HOOP PINE LANE $750pw
4 bd, 2.5 bth, ocean views, immaculate
extremely stylish home
BANGALOW rural studio, furn, $180pw,
incl elec & water. Single. Ph 66871364
ROSEBANK s-c studio set in nurtured
environment, suit quiet, mature, single,
n/s fem, sorry no pets/children, $200pw
incl elect + bond. Ph 66291162
OCEAN SHORES modern 3br, 2 bathrm
2 storey house, garage & carport, $440pw.
Ph 0414502222
OCEAN SHORES
3br house, pool, backing on to
Water Lily Park, $400pw
COORABELL FARM HOUSE
Phone 66841287
BYRON IND EST, light and airy 2 br flat,
furn, avail 2 mths from 12 July, suit one
only, $240pw. Ph 0408794757
O.SHORES 2br s-c flat, mature, working
person, $220pw all incl. 66804046
FULLY FURN room in Shirley St unit, 2
min beach & shops, Austar & internet,
$130pw single, $200pw double, min 4
weeks. Phone 0419207965
SUNRISE big bright room in t’house, BIR,
$130pw + bills, no pets. 66809487
SUFFOLK 1st floor apartment, 2br, study,
absolute beachfront $535pw + refs &
bond, 6 or 12 mth lease. 0412288210
COUPLE WANTED to exchange
housekeeping/child minding/gardening for
beautiful self-cont, fully-furn apartment in
Ewingsdale. Ph Susi 0402704332
CARAVAN for rent, clean, cosy separate
bthrm, quiet, happy person $150pw incl
bills, beachside Suffolk. 0411647447
BYRON 2 furn rooms, walk to town/beach
$120/140pw +bond no bills. 0431416643
O.SHORES considerate, clean, n/s pers
to share lge beautiful f-f house, fireplace,
600m to bch, $150pw. Toby 0438758374
BANGALOW 3br house, DLUG, views,
quiet street, $450pw. Ph 66872650
BYRON BAY Skinners Shoot Rd, 1br
double storey cabin, semi furnished,
stunning ocean views, private, all terms
neg, approx $500pw. Ph 0422430558
O.SHORES peaceful charming furn
1br studio, suit mature person, n/s, d/f,
$170pw long term, $220pw short term.
Phone 66805609, 0403285538
BRUNSWICK HEADS
2br unit, SLUG, also for sale $330pw
4br t/f unit, $420 pw
BYRON BAY SKINNERS SHOOT semi
detached room with mezz. Lush tropical
acreage, close to town, $200pw sgl,
$280pw cpl, no bills. Chris 0401917297
MULLUM self-cont garden studio quiet
wkg person, $215pw incl. 0400583654
SOMERSET STREET
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom fully
furnished unit SLUG, $450pw
BRANDON STREET
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house
large yard $460pw
SUNRISE BLVD
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom DLUG
Fenced yard $550pw
MASSINGER STREET
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom
townhouse DLUG $550pw
BLACKBUTT PLACE
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom large
house Open plan living $550pw
BRANDON STREET
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house
double carport, large pool and
covered outdoor entertaining area
$750pw
ALCORN STREET
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom luxury
home DLUG, Large covered deck
$750pw
PATERSON STREET
4 bedroom, 4 bathroom house
DLUG, pool and ocean views
$800pw
Byron Bay
Ray White Rental Centre
3/47 Byron Street, 6685 8911
www.rwbyronbay.com
46 July 6, 2010 The Byron Shire Echo
Byron Beach
Realty
SUFFOLK PARK
|ALCORN STREET
2 BR, 1 bath unit, dishwasher, Lrg
shared backyard. $325 p/week
BRANDON STREET
3 BR, 2 bath Villa, fenced yard, close to
beach. $440 p/week – 6 month lease
BEACHCOMBER DRIVE
3 BR, 2.5 bath house with 2 living
areas, swimming pool, close to beach,
fully furnished. $900 p/week
CONTACT WILLIAM
6685 4039 or 0437 141 300
OCEAN SHORES $400 PW
3b/r 2bth/r townhouse, DLUG
OCEAN SHORES $400 PW NEG
3b/r 2bth/r duplex, DLUG, NO PETS
OCEAN SHORES $400 PW
3b/r 2bth/r duplex, DLUG, No Pets,
Avail early July
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH $550 PW
Furnished 3b/r 3bth/r, double
carport, close to beach, no pets
– AVAIL NOW
MULLUMBIMBY $450 PW
3 b/r + sunroom 1bth/r home,
double garage, incl lawn/garden
maint, pets neg. Avail mid July
OCEAN SHORES $560 PW
3b/r 2bth/r Eco friendly home,
double Lock up garage, Incls
lawn maint, avail mid July.
NORTH OCEAN SHORES $380 PW
3b/r, 2bth/r Duplex, double
carport, Pet neg. Avail mid July
OCEAN SHORES $250 PW
3b/r 1bth/r Unit, carport,
close walk to shops
PRDnationwide Ocean Shores
Contact Bree & Jo 6680
4400
BRUNSWICK HEADS
2br unit, SLUG, $300pw
1br unit, off street park $280pw
OCEAN SHORES
3br house, 2 x park under $350pw
1br furnished unit, $250pw
NO PETS UNLESS SPECIFIED
www.siwickirealestate.com.au
Siwicki Real Estate, 17 Fingal St,
Brunswick Heads. Ph 66851206
SUNRISE studio, fully s-c, semi furn,
spacious, light & quiet, $210/$245pw +
bond, incl bills & WiFi. Ph 66855287
OCEAN SHORES s-c space, clean, light,
modern, n/s, d/f, $180pw. 0433880405 or
[email protected]
SUFFOLK PARK 3br, clean, quiet,
fully-furn house, avail soon, 2 floors, 2
living, 2 bathrm, 2 decks, n/s, $475pw.
Phone 0413895889
FULLY RENOVATED HOME
IN SERENE SETTING
Tastefully renovated 3br home on the
fringe of the Inner Pocket Nature
Reserve. In close proximity to rainforest
& wildlife and 15min drive from the
beaches at South Golden Beach, New
Brighton & Brunswick Heads. Includes
bathroom, separate toilet, open plan
lounge/dining/kitchen area opening to
deck & large laundry with storage, plus
large storage under the house. The
second bedroom (or home office) opens
to a verandah. Paved outdoor dining
area with outdoor setting & security
lighting, split system air-con, ceiling
fans & wood fire box ensure year round
comfort. Includes dishwasher, solar hot
water and rainwater tank, $450pw.
Siwicki Real Estate
17 Fingal St, Brunswick Heads.
Phone 66851206
SUFFOLK PARK 2br upstairs apartment,
$330pw incl bills, min 12 month lease. Ph
Nick after 5pm 0404083869
BEACHSIDE SUFFOLK 3br, 2 bathrm,
fully-furn home, air-con, BIR, 42” TV, DVD,
private deck with spa, ex-holiday rental,
available now short or long term. Phone
Jen 0417423387
Casual
cooks, chefs,
kitchen hands
SUFFOLK beautiful spac executive level
home, gated, 4br, $800pw. 0416012673
MAIN ARM 3br duplex, very spacious,
light & sunny, lge covered deck, garage,
gas heater, beautiful views, fruit trees
& vegie garden, lawn maint & elec incl
$340pw + bond. Ph 66845208
WANTED TO RENT
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
BUSINESS OWNERS require residence/
premises, Brunswick Heads or Byron Bay,
need room/space for prof web design
business, great refs. Ph 0408590724 or
0400076651 or e: [email protected]
GROOVY ANIMATOR seeks beautiful
self-cont, rural studio, $150-$250pw rent,
would like to do property work also. Ph
Jasper 66847486
MULLUM or near, small block/garden /
land, quiet, spiritual, mat male, wholistic
healer, n/s, veg, no pets. 0407599922
QUIET AWARE female, n/s, d/f, exc refs
seeks self contained flat/studio/similar
Bruns, Ocean Shores or Mullum near
shops, up to $160pw. Phone 66803468
TO LEASE
MULLUM s-c studio, pool, n/s, working
person, $200pw incl b’band. 66841866
BYRON SHIRE STORAGE space
available. Phone 0428657549
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POSITIONS VACANT
BYRON HILLS 2br, 1 study, f-furn, very
comfy and clean, cat incl, $400-500pw, 1
Aug to beg Feb. 0423658839
LARGE STUDIO fireplace, v’dah views,
s-c, phone, $200pw Coorabell. 66847420
6684 2663
BRUNSWICK HEADS
TOWN CENTRE
Fingal St shopfront, $1750 per month.
Siwicki Real Estate
17 Fingal St, Brunswick Heads.
Phone 66851206
Call 0411 532 566 or
[email protected]
ACCOM in exchange for carpentry/
handyman services. Ph 0412678864
61 Burringbar Street Mullumbimby
BYRON BAY SHOP 14 Middleton St,
$420pw, 45sqm, inc o’goings. 66856004
ALCORN ST 2br luxury townhouse,
furnished/part-furn, long/short term, lease
neg. Ph 0401031209
COORABELL cabin, gas & elec, v’dah
poor mobile recep $165pw. 66847420
RESIDENTIAL - MULLUMBIMBY
3 b’rm home, 1 bathroom, lounge room
with pot belly, dining room, family room,
renovated kitchen, covered outdoor
area, SLUG, Avail 1st July Short term
lease $430 p/w.
COMMERCIAL - MULLUMBIMBY
Commercial Units – approx
completion September 2010.
Unit 1 - 106.91 m2, $226.16/week
Unit 2 - 133.71 m2, $282.85/week
Unit 3 - 175.60 m2, $371.46/week
Unit 4 - 134.10 m2, $283.67/week
Unit 5 - 115.05 m2, $243.38/week
All unit prices + GST & outgoings.
Disabled toilet, parking and roller door
included. Larger square metres negotiable
and mezzanine area available if required.
NO PETS AT ANY OF THESE PROPERTIES
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
INDUSTRIAL UNIT Byron A & I Estate
95sqm, ground floor, 65sqm mezz, nth
facing, great space, easy access, 2 car
parking, $430pw. Ph 0421174056
ALCORN STREET STUDIO partly furn,
patio and vege garden, suitable for
one person-no pets $275pw. Ph Maree
0411515353
BAYWOOD spacious 4br house, DLUG,
includes 1 room with own ent & ensuite,
avail now. Phone Virginia 66855945
REAL ESTATE
Art / Craft space
Seed studio/gallery, Byron Arts &
Ind Est, 18sqm, $63pw incl elect.
Ph Silva 0402909193
ALL GRADES
Available day/night/7 days
a week. Good pay rate, fun,
friendly, fast paced environment,
working with talented team.
BYRON / MULLUM / BANGALOW
OFFICE SPACE
Graphic Designer with online business
looking to share office/studio space,
either existing or start new lease.
Interested in all offers. 0411022364
MARK COCHRANE
BYRON CBD retail/commercial, 110sqm,
central location, heritage style building,
short or long term, huge onsite parking,
$900pw incl outgoings. Ph 0421569252,
66855448, 0411294286
STORAGE AVAILABLE contact Elders
Bangalow. Phone 66871500
INDUSTRIAL UNIT TO SHARE Byron Art
& Ind Est, office plus large space, 100sqm
$220pw. Ph Stuart 0405446033
OFFICE in Byron Ind Estate 175sqm,
carpet, air-con, phone lines, 2 toilets, 1
shower, cafe in complex, would suit call
centre, $390pw + GST. Baz 0418327731
BILLINUDGEL boat/caravan & container
storage. Ph Chris 0428301251
WORKSHOPS BILLINUDGEL from
$50pw, free elect. Siwicki RE 66851206
BYRON A & I EST front shop to lease, 81
Centennial Cct, 160sqm with mez office,
$461pw + GST + o’goings. 0411888416
Restaurant Supervisor required
for our Bangalow restaurant.
The right applicant will prove
themselves as a keen and
passionate waiter before taking up
supervisory responsibility.
We are also recruiting wait staff.
Should you have a friendly, polite and
professional manner, be a quick learner
and be able to provide quality customer
service every time, then please apply
with your resume to
[email protected]fishheadsbyron.com.au
EXPERIENCED
DELI PERSON
FOR DENNETTS IGA
MULLUMBIMBY
25-35 hrs depending on
experience. 9-12 month
period of employment
Week end work
opportunity to be involved
in other departments.
In first instance please
call Richard 6684 2207
Heart and Soul
Health Clubs
Requires professionals to work
in the Byron Bay location.
If you are energetic and
passionate about health and
fitness
Forward you resume to
[email protected]
heartandsoulhealthclubs.com.au
Reception
Pilates
Sales
P.T.
Group ex
Gym tech
Boot camp Instructor Trainees
Management
INDUSTRIAL UNIT Byron Arts & Ind
Est, 120sqm incl mezzanine, $320pw.
Phone 66847609 or 0412221576
APPROX 30sqm 1st floor office in
excellent central Byron CBD location $275
+ GST/wk includes outgoings (not utilities)
2year with 2year option. Ph 66856667
www.echo.net.au
WARNING
The Department of Fair Trading has
warned people to be very careful about
responding to advertisements offering
work at home. Readers should be
wary if asked to pay money upfront for
employment opportunities and never
send money to a post office box.
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Lighting Showroom
(Byron A&I estate)
3 days p/week
Applicants must have good people
skills and basic computer knowledge
EXCELLENT SALARY
TAXI DRIVERS BYRON SHIRE
Drivers required, shifts available.
Full training provided. Ph BH 66209211
email: [email protected]
AMENITIES CLEANER for busy campsite,
suit mature couple. 66856751
PART TIME sales person for ladies retail
fashion in Byron Bay, must have min 3
years experience. 66853973
BELLINI RESTAURANT KINGSCLIFF
require experienced part time wait staff.
Phone Marty on 0404641463
QUALIFIED CHEF creative, experienced
for busy Byron cafe, good conditions for
the right applicant. Please apply in person
with resume to Fresh Restaurant
HEAD WAITER WANTED
Excellent opportunity.
Must be well experienced with
references. Email resume to:
[email protected]
COUPLE WANTED to exchange
housekeeping/child minding/gardening for
beautiful self-cont, fully-furn apartment in
Ewingsdale. Ph Susi 0402704332
SKIPPER
Master Class 5 - Med 3, hospitality
exp, Tweed River. 07 55999972
QUALIFIED PAINTER looking for work,
small jobs ok. Ph Rob 0408900134
ARE YOU MECHANICALLY MINDED?
we require a responsible experienced
person to repair our wide range of
mechanical and electrical goods, part
time, Byron area. Ph 0409707415
BABYSITTER 12-15yo, $5 ph holidays/
option after school, for 4 & 6yo, Lagoon
Drive, Myocum. Ph 0414883438
SOUTHERN CROSS
BOTANICALS
Financial
Accounts Manager
PIZZA CHEF experienced or kitchen
exp & will train up, 3-4 nights per week.
Apply to Bangalow Pizza, 336 Byron St,
Bangalow between 3-5pm
Surf travel, youth market focused,
medium sized company requires a
dedicated and enthusiastic accounts
manager to join our team.
Key Selection Criteria
WAITER
Experienced, flexible & hard working
for friendly team at Bangalow Dining
Rooms. Please email resume to:
[email protected]
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PROFESSIONAL FINISH
Small jobs ok. For a quote phone
Mark 0410193557
Contact Sean
(Knockrow, F/T Casual)
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GARDEN CARE
Mowing, brushcutting, pruning,
weeding, mulching, tip runs etc
Phone Tim 0405529275
TRADES ASSISTANT technical trade
assistant. Phone 0401190960
PRODUCTION/ WAREHOUSE
LOCAL GUYS landscaping, garden
maint, paving, tiling, ute. 0432401334
PIANO TUNER & RESTORER
Fully qualified, UK, concert & domestic.
Ph 66859097 or 0405062164
DECKS & PERGOLAS & all carpentry
needs. Ph for free quote 0427196962
SEWING LESSONS
Beg/adv. Ph Joanne 0410344340
PIANO TUNING - Reuben Barkley
see ad under Professional services
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$700. Phone Dave 0416263009
MYOB. Phone Anne Laing 66807225
HOUSEPAINTING reliable, fast, clean,
experienced $28/hr. Ph Tai 66843084
TRAVEL – WORK – ADVENTURE!
SAVVY LOCAL BUSINESS OWNERS
seeking short/long term position/lease in
accom. Ph 0429122504
To apply for this opportunity, please send your resume to:
Julie Watson, Recruitment Supervisor, ParaQuad
M: PO Box 6347, SILVERWATER DC NSW 1811
E: [email protected] F: (02) 9735 0014
To view the job description for this role, please go to www.
paraquad.org.au and click on ‘Careers’
Applications to be received by: 16
th
July, 2010
ParaQuad is an EEO Employer and people from culturally and
linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Successful applicants will be required to consent to a preemployment health assessment and criminal record check.
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No degree or experience required.
Cert III & IV in Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Recruitment service & Job Guarantee!
for prompt course enrolment!
CHURCH NOTICES
BILLI CHURCH
An ACC church, Mogo Place, Billinudgel,
Sundays 9.30am. Enq 66803202.
All welcome
LOST & FOUND
Next course 21-25 July
5/1 Carlyle St, Byron Bay
TRIBAL RUGS...
Authentic hand crafted wool carpets from all
corners of the Middle East at astonishingly low prices….direct
from the importer…
Our huge collection includes Persians, Turkoman Ersari, Khal
Mohammedi, Chobi and Karghai from Afghanistan and Imperial
Kazaks.
Huge range of Kilims from the Afghan Uzbeks…colourful and
inexpensive from small to room size.
Lots of hall runners
Indian wool carpets at sell out prices from $99
EXOTIC FURNITURE from India and Indonesia…direct from the
importer, daybeds, cupboards, shelves, dining settings, coffee
tables, sideboards, plasma tv units, screens, mirrors…
ARCHITECTURAL PIECES …old doorways, arches, columns etc
DESIGN AND DÉCOR ITEMS…statues, sarees,
ikats, etc
LOTS LOTS more…..
1300 558 890
FOUND: SURFBOARD at Brunswick
Heads. Ph or text Pat 0400880102
PETS
BEAUTY DIPLOMA
LA TABLE IN MULLUM
Great opportunity for an enthusiastic
1st or 2nd year apprentice chef with
previous kitchen experience to join
strong, professional team. 0419423638
CASUALS required at weekend markets,
leaflet drops. Ph 0428657549
WORK WANTED
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
Man with a Ute
Phone Matt 0427172684
Chimney
Sweeper
Your chimney needs to be
cleaned once a year.
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6684 5508
0405 350 682
GABRIELLAS Great Cleaning Service
for all the things you don’t want to do.
Phone 0417798461
WINDOW CLEANING quality & service,
painting & decorating. John 0411842117
GARDEN & HOUSE WORKER brush
cutting, mowing, tip jobs, chainsaw work,
mulching, pressure cleans. 0434012215
CARPENTER/HANDYMAN for all jobs,
20 years experience in local area.
Lic 24352C. Phone Jim 0401038576
DECK REVIVAL a speciality, affordable,
no job too big or small, also painting, small
carpentry, rubbish removal, tiling, etc. Ph
Reg 0422200313
HARD WORKING landscaping student.
Window cleaning, gutter cleaning, all
your garden/property needs, exp in bush
regen, good price & good value for your
money. Ph 0425413135 or 66845372
WINDOW CLEANER 20 years exp. Ph
Tony 0429948662
ADOPT A CAT from Animal Welfare
League NSW. Phone 66844070
New Intake starting July 2010
SHORT COURSES
- COMMENCING SOON
PETS FOR LIFE ANIMAL SHELTER
Professional Makeup Course
(WRBFS202B Design and Apply Make-up)
We train with MAC and Cosi-med
mineral makeup 1 day a week for
9 weeks or Intensive mode
s0ROFESSIONALBRUSHSETINCLUDED
Provide Manicure and
Pedicure Services Course
1 day a wk for 6 weeks or Intensive
mode INCLUDES-ANIAND0EDIKIT
valued at $150
Provide Lash and Brow
Treatments Course
KITCHEN HAND / FLOOR STAFF
Energetic & friendly person for busy
Byron eatery. Varied duties including
food prep & serving customers.
Relevant experience required.
Resumes to: [email protected]
Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license,
First Aid CertiÀcate or willingness to obtain this
qualiÀcation, mobile phone, and have good communication
skills.
TEACH
ENGLISH
OVERSEAS
Free info session – 19 July
CHEF/COOK
Minimum of 2 yrs experience in busy
kitchen, knowledge of Asian food
beneficial, flexible hours. Resumes to:
[email protected]
ParaQuad provides relevant training, competitive pay and
employment conditions. Salary packaging is also available.
GENERAL & ACADEMIC ENGLISH
Start any Monday, help with course
selection, accom, work & visa questions.
Global Village Byron Bay 66809903
FREE RESOURCE BOOK
SENIOR CHEF
Senior role for capable chef in busy
casual restaurant, Asian experience
beneficial. Approx 40hrs pw, friendly,
small team. Resumes to:
[email protected]
The role includes personal care, meal preparation and light
domestic duties.
TUITION
WANT A CLASS ACT
piano, double bass, drum trio
for your dinner party
wedding or function?
Hans & the Lovejoy’s perform works
by the worlds greatest jazz piano trios.
From Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck
to Ahmad Jamal and Keith Jarrett,
you can experience these amazing
compositions by a prof ensemble.
Ph 0412732465 or h[email protected]
GARDEN / PROPERTY maintenance by
exp prof gardener. Business/private, chain
saw work incl. Phone Tai 66843084
sINFO SHIKARADESIGNCOMsWWWSHIKARADESIGNCOM
Person with a physical disability requires carers to work
as part of a Team. Short shifts available Monday to Friday
mornings 3 – 4 hours and afternoons 1 – 2 hours.
IMMACULATE housekeeper, exc cook,
energetic child/pet minder/ gardener,
responsible, live in/out. 0413940927
VINCE AND THE VIPERS
Acoustic three piece party band
Book early. Phone 66844235
www.myspace.com/vinceandthevipers
TAFE TESOL COURSE
6 week p/t course in Byron to teach
English o’seas. Beg 2 Aug, $1000.
[email protected]
Ballina TAFE, 66818923
17 Banksia Drive, Arts & Industry Estate Byron
Bay (old Lois Lane building)
Weds-Sat 10am-4pm 02 6685 5588
PERSONAL CARE
ASSISTANT
GOONENGERRY
PART TIME
PERMACULTURIST qual & exp, $23ph.
Gardening & maintenance, vegie garden
start up/design. Ph Daniel 0434516659
1 day a week 4 weeks
or Intensive mode
Acrylic Nails Course
Waxing Course
0ROVIDETEMPORARYEPILATION
& bleaching treatments)
Hercules and Sid are brothers who were born
at the shelter approximately 5 ½ months ago.
We would like to find them a loving home
together because they really enjoy playing
together. They are very independent little
fellows who love to run around, play with
their toys, and tackle each other. If you want
lap cats, these boys aren’t for you, but if you
want a couple of playful, self-sufficient little
guys, Hercules and Sid
would be perfect. All
cats are de-sexed, micro
chipped and vaccinated.
Please make an appointment to meet
them with Lesa on 0438 363 287
Billinudgel
www.petsforlifeanimalshelter.org
1 day a week for 8 weeks
Companion Animals Welfare Inc.
Swedish Massage Course
SYDNEY
1 day a week for 7 weeks
We offer many other short courses
at our Burleigh Heads campus
GOLD COAST TRAINING
ACADEMY
TWEED HEADS CAMPUS
CALL 07 5599 4441
BIRTHDAYS
PARTY BALLOONS
Bizzy Balloons. Phone 66804634
HAPPY 50TH MANDY!
You deserve everything you want in
the world & we are all here
to help you get it!
WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH!
Love Matt, Hayley, Harry & LuLu xxx
Sydney is a male desexed 8m old
kelpie cross. A sensitive, loving dog,
he is most suited to a one-dog home
and would be ideal for someone who
needs a close companion. He is very
attentive and affectionate. He will need
plenty of exercise and needs to attend
puppy classes. Adoption fee applies.
Phone Margaret b/h 6685 1444 and
checkout all our dogs on
www.cawi.org.au
OVERWHELMED BY
TECHNOLOGY?
Need help making the most of
your computer? iPhone? iPod?
Patient knowledge guy can
help with simple advice in
plain English.
Open to a world of fun & gain
new skills quickly. $40ph
Phone 0424898749
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For
MUSICAL NOTES
wash ‘n’wax
or full detail call
0412 281 264
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Love from the Echo Drudges
BYRON SOUND LOUNGE rehearsals,
recording & PA hire. Ph 66808938
GUITAR AMP REPAIRS, all pro audio &
custom modifications. Ph 07 55454831
www.thorphillipsaudio.com
We have six beautiful kittens looking
for homes. They range in colour
from ginger, white with ginger
stripes, to tortoiseshell with ginger.
There are five females and one male
all desexed and ready to go. Come
and meet these cuties at the
Cat Adoption Centre,
124 Dalley St, Mullumbimby.
Open Tues. 9-11am,
Thurs. 3-5pm and Sat.
10-12 noon.
Call the AWL on 6684 4070
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CAWI is looking for volunteer dog carers
with fenced yards to help us save unwanted
dogs. We always need donations of good
used furniture to sell in our Op Shop to
continue this work. Business hours phone
66851444
PET SITTING
AngelCare Pet Sitting. 0425262193
PURE BRED STAFFIE PUPS 2M black /
white & tan/white, vacc, micro, wormed,
used to kids/cats/dogs $600. 66802162
TANTRIC MASSAGE - 10am-7pm
Relax & heal. Paul 0409556969
Men, women & couples
I TOUCH YOU
Wed, Thurs, Fri Ocean Shores
0425347477
TANTRIC PLAY PARTY Sat 17 July,
building community for sacred sexuality.
Phone Deej 0415034204
SEDUCTIVE MASSAGE by attractive
Australian. Ocean Shores. 0413034492
GENT FOR HIRE
Ladies call 0401710523
in
Byron.
tantra
KIDS PONY 11.1 hh 8 years old very
quiet, handled & ridden by kids $4000
66843726
tuition* massage *counselling
Laviras invites you to experience
tantric practices gathered from
around the world during her
11years as a practitioner of
sacred sexual arts
info www.intikana.com
0422 294 215
FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 rabbits, guinea
pig & hutch. Ph or text 0466891325
Burmese Brown
Pure Bred
Brown Kitten
– Available now
Earn big dollars
Good working environment
with female staff
Desexed, chipped,
vacc & reg breeder.
must be 18–65 yrs old
02 6674 5020
0429 867 993
6672 2447
ONLY ADULTS
SOCIAL ESCORTS
WELL presented staff req for new mens
massage centre in Tweed. 0415746443
ATTRACTIVE HOSTESS TO SPOIL
YOU, 34 Piper Drive, Ballina, 10am till
late. 66816038
HOT SEXY full body rub you won’t forget.
In calls, Byron area, 7 days. 0450985033
BYRON AREA OUTCALLS. Phone
0421401775
DA Watch
You may not see Council’s development application advertising as it is
not placed in your community paper.
As a free service, therefore, we regularly list all significant new DAs on
public exhibition, making clear exactly what is sought in the applications and identifying the location of the land affected.
We urge readers to follow up on DAs they feel may affect them by
visiting Council’s office before the advised closing date and making an
appropriate written submission.
112 Fowlers Lane
Bangalow
10.2010.280.1
A & G Kennedy
conversion of MO
to 5 lot CT
close 7/7/10
40 Corkwood Cres
Suffolk Park
10.2010.274.1
Tricend
4 lot subdivision
close 7/7/10
144 Lighthouse Rd
Byron Bay
10.2010.286.1
E Phillips
use of stairs
occupying road reserve
close 8/7/10
12 Wollumbin St
Byron Bay
10.2010.292.1
V Hodgson
2 storey dwelling
close 8/7/10
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Please stick this by your phone
AMBULANCE, FIRE, POLICE .............................................................. 000
AMBULANCE Mullumbimby & Byron Bay .................................131 233
BRUNSWICK VALLEY RESCUE Sea & road rescue...................6685 1999
BRUNSWICK MARINE RADIO TOWER ...................................6685 0148
MULLUMBIMBY HOSPITAL ......................................................6684 2266
BYRON BAY HOSPITAL ............................................................6685 6200
POLICE Brunswick Heads .......................................................6685 1277
Mullumbimby ..............................................................6684 2144
Byron Bay ...................................................................6685 9499
Bangalow ....................................................................6687 1404
STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE Storm & tempest damage, flooding.6684 3444
AIDS Confidential testing & information (ACON) ................................6622 1555
AL-ANON Help for family & friends of alcoholics .......... 6685 9690, 6680 4429
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24 hours....................................6686 8599
ANIMAL RESCUE (DOGS & CATS) .........................................6628 1358
LIFELINE .........................................................................................131 114
MENSLINE 7pm–11pm nightly (phone counselling & referral for men)..6622 2240
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meets daily ....................................6680 7280
NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE ..................................................6684 1286
NORTHERN RIVERS GAMBLING SERVICE ...........................6687 2520
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 24 hour crisis line ...............................1800 656 463
GAMBLERS’ ANONYMOUS Meet 7.30pm Tuesdays
at Byron Hospital Group Room, Shirly St, Byron Bay......................0405 087 529
NORTHERN RIVERS WILDLIFE CARERS...............................6628 1866
KOALA HOTLINE........................................................6622 1233
GEORGE THE SNAKE MAN.................................................0407 965 092
NSW Wildlife Information & Rescue Service (WIRES)..........6628 1898
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Orchid Society
Gem Club Street Stall
Byron District Orchid Society
will meet on Monday July 11
at 7.30pm at Ewingsdale Hall.
Come and see members’ orchids
and a demonstration of our new
website and tips on using the
computer to find out about orchids. For information phone
Penny on 6680 1600.
The Byron Lapidary Society Inc
is having a street stall in Byron
Bay on Friday July 9 in Jonson
Street, near the NAB. Beautiful
crystals, rocks, gems and quality
jewellery made by club members are for sale. See you on the
street, look out for the flags.
On Saturday July 10, free Latin
activities 11am to 1pm in the
Fletcher St room, Byron Community Centre. Delicious Indonesian food on sale in the
Bazaar. Balinese gamelan class
3pm Monday, 66 Sunrise Blvd.
Ph 6685 7789 or www.byron- Charity garage sale
multicultural.org.au.
Mullumbimby CWA will hold a
garage sale on Saturday July 17
Byron Sophia
from 8am at the CWA Rooms.
Numerology with Karyn. Look- Books, clothing, shoes, bags,
ing at life numbers. What num- toys, glassware, crockery, soft
bers can tell you about your furnishings, plants, produce,
destiny, motivation, fantasies, white elephant stall, even items
and how you express yourself. of furniture on sale. Devonshire
Thursday July 8 at 1pm in the tea and coffee will be served.
Byron Masonic Hall, 6 Byron Lucky dip for children. DonaSt. Enquires call Celia on 6684 tions of goods welcome. Phone
3623.
6684 2864 or 6680 2855.
Darts Competition
Art Expo Registration
Larder News
Liberation Larder, a food lifeline, will be handing out free
groceries, cooked food and
drinks now on Mondays and
Thursdays from 12.30pm. Join
us at the Fletcher Street room,
Byron Bay community centre
where you can also volunteer
or simply stop by to make a donation of non perishable foods:
liberate your larder please give
generously. Contact Honu Dawson on 0418 483 777 or email:
[email protected]
Brunswick Valley Darts Club Ocean Shores Art Expo invites Free TAFE Course
seek new and past players to all artists to hop online at www. Interested in becoming a volunjoin their new competition. osartexpo.com to enter for the teer Adult English language/literacy tutor? TAFE is running a
short free training course in Byron Bay for people who would
like to assist another adult improve his/her English language
and/or literacy skills. The learners may be migrants, refugees
or people with small children
unable to attend classes. It is a 30
hour course run over 6 weeks on
Tuesdays by Ballina TAFE. The
course starts on 27 July and will
run for 6 weeks 9.30am to 3pm.
Volunteers will be expected to
commit to a 6 month placement
1 to 2 hours a week. Information
and applications: 6681 8900 or
[email protected]
edu.au by July 19.
Mummys Markets
Indoor market
29th August
A&I Hall
Banglow
8am till 1pm
$2 entry per family
Dads corner
(money goes to charity)
for coffee and
Everything baby, child
a cafe with
yummy food
and mummy related
New and gently used goods
Nusery furniture, womens items,
clothing, toys, books, specialty stalls
To book a stall go to www.mummysmarket.com
or phone 0404 240 263
We will be holding a “Bring a
Friend” night on Wednesday
July 14 commencing at 7pm, at
the Mullumbimby Ex Services
Club. For further information
please contact Charlie on 6684
1473.
Expo. Artists (and the registrar)
are finding that the new online
Entry Form and Paypal is simple, quick and easy. There are 6
categories with over $4,000 in
prize money, and all artwork is
for sale. Enquiries: 6680 3040.
Carnivale at Lennox
Head
Free Workshop
A Carnivale fun fest will be held
on market day north of the surf
club at Lennox Head. Tickets
will be available in a raffle with
over $1000 worth of prizes donated by the Market stallholders. Proceeds to the Lennox
Head Tornado Appeal. Contact
6687 8618 or email: [email protected]
Potters News
The Mullumbimby Potters
Group wish to thank the Mullumbimby Ex Services Club for
their generous donation for the
purchase of clay and glazes for
our two Disabled groups. This is
the only donation our Disabled
group has ever, ever received.
Heartfelt thanks. The ‘Majolica’
group is at it again, preparing
for various up coming shows.
Enquiries phone Ellen on 6680
4810.
A free 3 hour introductory
workshop to a unique and powerful personal transformation
program ‘Love of Life’ is on Friday July 9 from 6.30 to 9.30pm
in the Anglican Hall, Ashton
Street, Bangalow. Phone Adrian
on 0400 424 417 or email [email protected], www.
consciouslifedevelpment.com.
Community
Exchange
Byron Shire Community Exchange is an online community trade system, which does
not use cash dollars. There will
be a Launch Day, for the new
monthly markets. The launch
will be at the Cook Pioneer Hall.
Gordon Street, Mullumbimby,
on Saturday July 17, between
11am and 2pm. For bookings
and information please phone
6684 3704. Three unusual raffles
on the day, live music, and food.
All welcome! Email: [email protected]
bsce.com.au.
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Friendship Morning
Tea
Ladies will be gathering at the
Uniting Church Hall in Fingal
Street, Brunswick Heads on
Wednesday July 14 from 10am
until midday. Morning tea is
free, come along to share and
care. Contact Robin on 6685
1097 or Ev on 6685 1392.
Seniors News
Mullumbimby Senior Citizens
Autumn Club meets on Monday July 12 at 1pm in the Cook
Pioneer Hall, Gordon Street,
Mullumbimby. Enquiries to
6684 2537.
Laurel Club Bus Trip
Byron Bay and District Laurel
Club members invites all widows of Ex Servicemen to join
them on a bus trip to Robina
Shopping Complex on Wednesday July 28. Enquiries and bookings to Denise on 6685 1805.
Coorabell Hall AGM
The Annual General Meeting
of the Coorabell Hall Association will be held on Monday July
19 at 7.15pm in Coorabell Hall.
All are welcome. Call Simon on
6684 2888.
U3A Ballina/Byron
The group will be in recess until
July 20 when the Shibashi (gentle exercise) Group meets in the
CWA Rooms, Brunswick Heads
at 10am. Contact 6685 1982.
Garden Club News
Mullumbimby Garden Club
meets on Thursday July 8 at
1pm in the Uniting Church
Hall, Dalley Street Mullumbimby. Members are reminded to
bring donations for the street
stall raffle on Friday July 16.
Meeting followed by produce
auction, flower competition and
afternoon tea. Visitors most welcome. Byron Bay Garden Club
monthly meeting is on Saturday
July 12 at 1.30pm in the Presbyterian Hall. Guest speaker on
rhododendrons, bring a small
Angling Club AGM
plate please. Culture is a flower
The Byron Bay Angling Club of your choice. Goods for tradhave their AGM on Sunday July ing table would be appreciated.
Remove lids,
caps, corks
and tops
Flatten
boxes
Squash
containers
FAC Meeting
The July Film Artists Cooperative (FAC) meeting will be an
opportunity for people to bring
along their DVD film projects to
showcase and engage others in.
We invite all and sundry to share
your projects, dreams, aspirations and challenges. FAC meets
at 7.30 pm on Thursday July 8
at Byron Bay Services Club in
Jonson Street. For further info,
contact coordinator Josie Gannon on 0411 308 870 or email
[email protected]
25 at 10am in the Byron Bay
Services Club. All members
and intending members are requested to attend. Dinner and
presentation of trophies is on
Saturday July 31 at 6pm in the
Byron Bay Services Club.
Don’t put
recyclables in
plastic bags
Don’t
break
glass
Rinse and
clean all
bottles
and cans
CHECK IT
CLEAN IT
RECYCLE IT
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THE BYRON SHIRE
Want to work in
REAL ESTATE?
Byron Bay 02 6685 5222
Mullumbimby 02 6684 1777
[email protected]
Tweed 02 6672 2280
[email protected]
Get your Certificate
and Licence at
North Coast TAFE
1300 666 182
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T H E N O R T H C O A S T ’ S R E A L E S TAT E G U I D E
Rate hikes hit new home sales
Higher interest rates are biting with
new home sales dropping by more
than six per cent in May 2010, according to the Housing Industry Association (HIA).
Releasing its latest New Home Sales
report of Australia’s major residential
builders, the HIA said that successive
increases in interest rates and persistent cost pressures from on-going supply side constraints were denting sales
activity.
HIA chief economist Dr Harley
Dale, said that new home sales had
flattened out in recent months.
‘There is no sustained upward mo-
inside:
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page 49
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Auctions & New Listings
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mentum in new home sales in 2010
because higher interest rates and concerns over the threat of further rate
hikes are dampening demand. Meanwhile, supply side obstacles, including a lack of affordable land and tight
credit availability for residential development, are weighing down considerably on the new home building sector,’
said Dr Dale.
‘The current recovery in new residential construction looks set to stall
by mid next year and it is appropriate
at this juncture that the Reserve Bank
hold fire on further rate hikes.
‘At the same time it is vital that more
rapid progress is made in addressing
the supply side obstacles related to
land, planning, skilled labour, taxation, regulation, and finance. Obstacles
in these areas are the primary culprit
behind signs Australia’s current new
home building recovery will peter
out.
Total seasonally adjusted new home
sales fell by 6.4 per cent in May. Detached house sales fell by 5.9 per cent
while sales in the volatile multi-unit
sector dropped by 11.6 per cent.
In the month of May 2010 detached
new home sales increased by 13.6 per
cent in New South Wales and by 2.1
per cent in South Australia. Sales fell
by 8.5 per cent in Victoria, 12.3 per
cent in Queensland, and 10.7 per cent
in Western Australia.
NSW first home buyers save 4.6 years for a deposit
Housing affordability has continued to worsen over the past year, with
first home buyers in New South Wales
needing 4.6 years to save for a house
deposit, up from four years.
The second annual Bankwest First
Time Home Buyer Report also found
thousands of young New South Wales
residents have been forced to rent or
live at home with their parents for an
extra eight months as they struggle to
pull together a house deposit.
The research shows a first time buyer
couple in NSW needs to raise a $91,600
deposit to purchase the median house,
and $83,300 to buy a median unit.
There are 13 Local Government Areas (LGAs) in NSW where it would
take a first home buyer couple, on average earnings for the 25-34yr age group,
more than a decade to save a house
deposit.
In Sydney, a first time buyer couple
would need to save for 6.2 years for a
house deposit, the longest period of
any capital city, translating into a deposit of $128,200. This is up from 5.2
years savings in March 2009.
When it comes to units, the time
needed to secure a down-payment has
risen in every local government area in
Sydney, over the past year, to an average of 4.2 years.
The affordability crisis has forced
many first time buyers in capital cities
to settle for a unit rather than a house,
because it would save them more than
a year of renting. In Sydney, it would
shave two years off the time taken to
save for a deposit.
Bankwest Retail Chief Executive,
Vittoria Shortt said this was the stark
reality of a strong Australian property
sector.
‘Increasingly we are seeing an entrenched two-speed market emerging
with property owners on one side and
a growing army of first home buyers
seemingly locked out on the other,’ Ms
Shortt said.
‘Australia’s booming property market is a double-edged sword,’ Ms Shortt
said. ‘While it’s clearly of enormous
benefit to established home owners
it’s the complete opposite for many
of their children. Many potential first
home buyers are facing long periods
in the rental market.
‘The situation has deteriorated even further now that first home owners’ grants
have been wound back to their original preGFC levels and house prices have risen.’
The report is part of Bankwest’s ongoing Financial Indicator Series, and
analyses data from 544 local government areas across Australia.
The research examines how long it
takes the average first time buyer couple to save for a 20 percent deposit.
This is based on setting aside one fifth
of their combined pre-tax income annually, and includes available federal
and state government first home owners’ grants.
realestate.com.au joins forces with eBay.com.au
Australia’s biggest property portal
realestate.com.au has announced a
partnership with leading online marketplace eBay.com.au.
The deal means more and more
property seekers will be able to access the popular
property site
via eBay’s real
estate channel.
Henry Ruiz,
General Manager
Consumer Experience
and Product Marketing
for realestate.com.au, said
the strategic alliance with
eBay is an important partnership that helps give consumers
access to property information when
and where they want.
‘We are pleased to be associated
with eBay as it provides yet another
channel for consumers and customers to engage with our brand,’ said Mr
Ruiz. ‘This deal forms part of our overall
content
strategy and will help address Australians’ insatiable appetite for property.’
Realestate.com.au’s recently updated website will give the 5.8 million Australians who visit eBay each
month the opportunity to access tools
and enhanced features to help house
hunters find their dream property,
whether they are looking to buy, rent
or sell.
Deborah Sharkey, Managing Director eBay Australia & New Zealand Pty
Ltd, indicated the deal with realestate.
com.au provides eBay users with
convenient access to review property listings.
‘Providing broader, complementary offerings to eBay users
is important. realestate.com.au’s
comprehensive property listings
and information delivers relevant
content for eBay users,’ she said.
The deal with eBay comes months
after realestate.com.au announced
a similar deal with online publisher
Yahoo!7. During the month of May
realestate.com.au attracted about six
million unique browsers to its site.
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In Town
3 bed, 2 bath apartment
North aspect, modern kitchen
Open light filled rooms, high ceilings
Fully furnished & self contained
200 metres to the beach
Excellent for holiday rental
Inground pool, spa & BBQ area
Solid return
Price $785,000.
Contact Liam Annesley on 0417 780 795
at L J Hooker Byron Bay.
Outstanding Price For Quality Townhouse
Price $449,000.
Contact Andrew Rosee on 0421 914 054
at L J Hooker Byron Bay.
Vendor wants it sold
2 bed, 2 bath townhouse
Fully air conditioned
Small modern complex
Peaceful & private
Views over golf course
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Immaculately presented 3 bedroom
oceanfront apartment will impress!
Relax in the air conditioned open plan
living, dining & kitchen areas that open
to your private balcony with stunning
180° ocean views.
The stylish kitchen features granite
benchtops & quality appliances.
Master bedroom that also has ocean
views, boasts walk in robe, ensuite &
balcony.
Enjoy full use of complex facilities including
– pool, spa, tennis court & BBQ area.
All this only a short stroll away from
Yamba CBD.
Price $720,000.
Contact Gai Pritchett 0418 195 870.
www.raywhiteyamba.com
Yamba
Amazing Opportunity For Foodies In Bangalow!
Owner Has Business Commitments
In Sydney!
In prime position in Bangalow’s main
street is this takeaway business also
offering fruit & vegies and health food.
Fully equipped with a long lease, a
commercial kitchen, cool room, plus
multiple fridges and freezers.
Enormous potential to improve on
the current business – opportunities
like this to acquire a business well
below replacement cost rarely become
available in town!
Price on application. Walk In – Walk Out
Call Mary O’Connor 0418 462 849.
Bangalow Real Estate 6687 1306.
1 Bobra Glen, Ocean Shores.
5 bed, 3 bath, 2 car
Well located fully refurbished 2-storey
home
Currently tenanted, exceptional return
Light, bright, spacious, quality fittings
2 living areas, tropical landscaped
grounds
2 stunning new lots are being released Safe neighbourhood / walking tracks
on a well established rural landshare
Two access roads from east and west
community in the Byron shire.
Native flora and fauna conservation
7500-10000m² to call your own &
areas
a share in 400 acres of beautifully
Central position – 5 minutes to
maintained land.
Brunswick Heads or Mullumbimby,
Well managed & financially secure
10 minutes to Byron Bay
community structure, involving
Priced from $370,000.
minimal rates.
For information phone Adrian on
Finance possibilities
0409 841 489.
The Community boasts a range of facilities:
From $370,000
Meeting place for residents
Property in Focus
Federal Family Home
Byre On Brae
This comfortable family home is
conveniently situated on a large 1444m²
block in popular Federal. It is a short walk to
the general store and café.
The rendered home is wonderfully insulated
and has a large deck and in-ground pool
ideal for entertaining and for the family.
There is a well established and fertile garden
for those with a green thumb, as well as a
large shed.
This is a great opportunity to secure a
property right in highly desired Federal
village.
Address: 8 Roses Road, Federal
Auction Date: 29/7/2010
Agent: Rob Nedwich 0411 285 533
Web Id: 421586
Scottish for “house on hill” this aptly named
property is in an elevated position. It has 3
bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with the main
bedroom opening to the front verandah.
Clerestory windows and high raked ceilings
allow the spacious living area to be bathed in
natural light.
The living area has timber flooring and a
snazzy well appointed kitchen. Other features
include covered verandahs, rear deck and
sparkling in-ground pool.
Set on 4,257m² and with a variety of
frangipani this gorgeous property is very
handy to the Shearwater Steiner School. Quiet
cul de sac location.
Address: Mullumbimby
Price: $744,000
Agent: Phil Spencer 0402 007 898
Professionals Mullumbimby 6684 2615
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Brunswick Heads & Ocean Shores
Opportunity To Live In Rural Community Near Byron
Property in Focus
50 July 6, 2010 The Byron Shire Echo
Web id: 385003
Price: $669,000.
Agent Shani McKay 0418 778 174..
Professionals Brunswick Heads & Ocean
Shores 02 6685 1839.
www.echo.net.au
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Property in Focus
Character And Charm
13 Short Street, Brunswick Heads
BRUNSWICK HOUSE & STUDIO UNDER $900K
Yes the title is correct. The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 separate
living spaces, a new kitchen leading out to a north facing
deck/patio overlooking a tastefully landscaped yard. Hidden
behind some of the gardens is a studio and the rear lane.
14 Gilba Avenue, Ocean Shores
IMMACULATE OLD SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE
Price $ 839,000
View: Saturday 1-1.30pm
Contact: Peter Browning on 0411 801 795
Open the front door and be greeted by an in-house atrium,
a formal lounge and dining room, a north facing kitchen
overlooking the pool, a private living/sun room a covered
patio, 3 bedrooms all with built-ins the main with a wir. The
gorgeous house is located in a quiet cul de sac. 1404m².
Price $ 478,000
View: Saturday 12-12.30pm
Contact: Peter Browning on 0411 801 795
5517 Tweed Valley Way, Crabbes Creek
SLICE OF HISTORY
7 Kiah Close, Ocean Shores
READY & WAITING
‡120yr old charming timber cottage near Brunswick Heads
‡3 double bedrooms, large kitchen, big lounge
‡Timber lined walls & ceilings, verandahs, open deck, huge patio
‡6.5 acres (2.65ha), usable land, spring fed dam
‡5-10 mins to beaches, primary school & general store
Price: $ 680,000
Contact: David Mutkins on 0421 906 460
Price: $ 415,000 Reduced to $ 395,000
Contact: Peter Browning on 0411 801 795
7 Aurana Place, Bayside, Brunswick Heads
A LITTLE DIFFERENT IN BAYSIDE, BRUNSWICK
2/26 Kallaroo Circuit, North Ocean Shores
CANAL CAPTURED
Modern 3 bed, 1 bath home, timber kitchen with tiled
open living design, featuring raked ceilings & much glass.
Covered outdoor entertaining area and leads onto the
private fenced level garden. This immaculate home offers
you lifestyle, cafes, restaurants, beaches & the river.
Price: $ 485,000 – Selling Below Bank Valuation!
Contact: Peter Browning on 0411 801 795
nobody does it better
Cute 3 bedroom house with ceiling fans through out,
new light and bright kitchen, flat level back yard, the
house is located in a quiet cul de sac and has access to
the golf course from the street.
‡Immaculate duplex with canal views
‡3 double bedrooms, large bathroom, high ceilings
‡Timber kitchen, gas cooking, separate lounge, open fire
‡Double garage, private fenced yard
‡Walk to the beach, primary school
Price: $ 445,000
View: Saturday 1-1.30pm
Contact: David Mutkins on 0421 906 460
Brunswick Heads 02 6685 0177
ljhooker.com
This beautiful and
charming 4 bedroom,
2 bathroom home is
located in the popular
Campbell Street
location of Bangalow
right in the town centre.
One of the original
homes of the area, the
owner has renovated
over time to keep the
feel of yesteryear.
With wonderful timber
features throughout, the
richness and warmth
are apparent. With two
large bedrooms in the main house at either end of the
house, privacy is assured. A wonderful lounge area
with open fire place features and dark timber line the
floor. This flows onto the timber kitchen with
combined dining area. The bathroom has been
beautifully restored with old fashioned bath and
stained windows and chandeliers.
As you step outside into the private courtyard which
is covered in, you are immediately able to relax and
enjoy entertaining friends or family no matter what
the weather conditions. Most days and evenings are
spent outside either on the east facing front balcony
or enjoying the quiet relaxing garden and courtyard.
A separate studio with enormous bedroom, kitchen
and bathroom is an added bonus for friends or older
children or even to earn some extra income.
Further along there is another separate studio which
could be made into another guest room or just a great gym or home office.
The home has a vegetable patch and herbs growing and rear lane access. This is a really
special property and one of the true Bangalow homes waiting for the new owners to enjoy.
Address: 3 Campbell Street, Bangalow, NSW
Price: $799,000
Contact: Gail Fuller 0418 441 675 or our office 6680 8111
mullumbimby – bangalow
OCEAN SHORES
$ 385,000
1/32 RAJAH ROAD – SAT 11:15am-12pm
MULLUMBIMBY
$ 529,000
BIG HOME ON BIG BLOCK!
SUFFOLK PARK
$ 898,000
20 KALEMAJERE DR – SAT 11:15am-12pm
MULLUMBIMBY
BYRE ON BRAE
sSunny decks and tropical courtyard
sHuge sunny master bedroom
s2nd bedroom + study + loft space
sSingle garage and visitor parking
sTidy 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick and tile home
sHuge 1152m² block – Dual Occ. Potential (STCA)
sSunny north facing garden with covered patio
sRear lane access with garage and toilet
sReminiscent of an Hawaiian setting. Walk to beach
sChill out on your lanai and sip a Mai Tai
sSecluded pool surrounded by fragrant tropical greenery
s4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living areas
sScottish for ‘house on hill’
s3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms and in-ground pool
sClerestory windows and high raked ceilings
sSnazzy, well appointed kitchen
Sally Packshaw 0404 475 038
Sally Packshaw 0404 475 038
Phil Spencer 0402 007 898
Phil Spencer 0402 007 898
OCEAN SHORES
$ 645,000
COMFORTABLE MODERN LIVING
MULLUMBIMBY
$ 489,000
CENTRAL MULLUMBIMBY LOCATION
MULLUMBIMBY
$ 970,000
LARGE FAMILY HOME ON 1 ACRE
MULLUMBIMBY
$ 885,000
PREMIER POSITION – PREMIUM VIEW
sElevated, architect designed double brick home
s4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, north facing, views
sOpen plan, high ceilings, polished timber floors
sClose to beach and shopping centre, great buy
sNicely renovated inside, 3 bed, 1bath
sOpen plan living/dining – timber floors
s474m² approx. easy care garden
sErect a garage or granny flat, walk to shops
s6 bed, 3 bath stylish rendered brick home
sPolished timber floors, high ceilings, pool
sGreat kitchen, spacious living, 40m² office
s90m² timber deck, in town with views
sPrivacy in town, elevation and BIG view
sFour bedrooms and three bathrooms
sHuge private entertaining deck and spa
sRumpus room and media room
Ernst Reisch 0428 842 387
Ernst Reisch 0428 842 387
Ernst Reisch 0428 842 387
Sally Packshaw 0404 475 038
59 Burringbar Street, Mullumbimby
www.echo.net.au
6684 2615
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$ 744,000
www.professionalsmullumbimby.com.au
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Approved Development Site
• Historic home oozing with character • High ceilings, timber Çoors • Upstairs / downstairs
living options • Fabulous pergola covered with grape vines • Outdoor, covered deck Large
900+sqm block • Energy-efÆcient, solar power, water tanks
• 6 x 2 level freestanding residential dwellings • Approved strata sub-division
• Designed by award winning architect, Paul Uhlmann
• Land size – 7955sqm (approx 2 acres)
• Close to Byron Bay Golf Course, [email protected] Resort
3 Muskwood Place, Bangalow
Open house Saturday 12 -12.30pm
Janice Maple 0401 026 359 & Duncan Lorimer 0400 844 412
Web Id 410936
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Sustainable Lifestyle
Looking for Something Special?
Vendors Bought Elsewhere
• Over 20 acres of northeast facing land
• Just 1km from Bangalow’s amenities
• Picturesque creek amongst the rainforest
• Sensational acquisition in a few years
• Beautiful family home on 893sqm block
• Separate studio / teenage retreat
• Raised garden beds, solar panels, 9000Lt water tank
• Exquisitely presented home • Ideal for
the entertainer • Excellent, open plan Çoor
plan • Great Bangalow position!
• Charming home on 5 acres
• Fabulous rural lifestyle home
• Separate studio / home ofÆce
17 Blackwood Crescent, Bangalow
Open house 11 - 11.30am
Duncan Lorimer 0400 844 412
Janice Maple 0401 026 359
Web Id 421231
$675,000
7 Marblewood Place, Bangalow
Open house 11 - 11.30am
Duncan Lorimer 0400 844 412
Janice Maple 0401 026 359
Web Id 410915
$890,000
113 Kings Road, Federal
Open house 12 - 12.30pm
Duncan Lorimer 0400 844 412
Janice Maple 0401 026 359
$849,000
Web Id 410370
Bangalow
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web Id 375839
$699,000
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“Charlotte House”
Under Trustee’s Instructions – Must Sell!
• Vendors have already bought elsewhere and need to move on
• This federation style charmer is bursting with the right “bones”
• High ornate ceilings, polished timber Çoors & French doors that open onto verandas
• “Charlotte House” occupies an elevated ½ acre of land running down to Byron Creek
• Bush block sooo close to town • 25 acres with panoramic northerly views
• Big swimming holes on long frontage to Wilsons River • Established home site ready to
start your dream home • Quiet country lane location – handy to Bangalow or beach
21 Charlotte Street, Bangalow
Open house Saturday 11 - 11.30am
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web Id 416687
Off Binna Burra Road, Federal
Inspect by appointment
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web Id 422107
• Deceased Estate Sale – a great chance to buy at the right price.
Auction 29th July
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Fantastic Federal
• Well presented brick home an easy stroll to Federal Village amenities
• Potential land subdivision S.T.C.A • Great rural valley views
• Established easy care orchard and gardens • Interstate vendor is keen to meet the market
• 1444m2 in Federal Village • Contemporary rendered home • In-ground pool
• Short stroll to village shop and cafe • Established garden and fruit trees
• Large shed • Spacious deck and entertaining area • Owners relocating
4 Roses Road, Federal
Open house Saturday 12 -12.30pm
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web Id 422528
8 Roses Road, Federal
Open house Saturday 12 -12.30pm
Rob Nedwich 0411 285 533
Web Id 421586
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Big Hobby Farm in Fernleigh
• Vendor has already bought smaller property and needs to retire
•“We love it – but need to downsize” • Council approved dual occupancy • 25 acres
• Large 66 acre hobby farm • Resort style architect design • World renowned recording studio
with a creek and dam • Rolling hills to ocean outlook • Big family home – sparkling pool
• Pristine rainforest along Wilson River frontage • Short scenic drive to Byron Bay beaches
• Sheds, yards, orchards and room to grow • Realistic sellers say “its time to go”
• Character, atmosphere + genuine business opportunity built around relaxed lifestyle
41 Majors Lane, Fernleigh
Open house Saturday 1 - 1.30pm
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web id 420789
Coorabell - Inspect by appointment
Greg Price 0412 871 500
Web Id 422104
eldersbangalow.com.au
www.echo.net.au
Auction 2nd September
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Auction 2nd September
6687 1500
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Auction Tuesday 6th July at the Byron Bay Surf Club at 6.30pm
DEVELOPER WANTS SOLD
SOPHISTICATED, STYLISH & IMPRESSIVE
Unit 18/6-8 Browning Street, Byron Bay
Unit 4/2B Kalemajere Drive, Suffolk Park
‡ Brand new townhouse
‡ Quality fixtures & finishes
‡ 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
‡ Polished timber floors
‡ Secure gated complex
‡ Developer says clear now
VIEW: Saturday 12-12.30pm
CONTACT: Peter Yopp on 0411 837 330
[email protected]
Tony Farrell on 0417 212 692
[email protected]
OUTSTANDING FAMILY HOME
‡ Stunning renovated townhouse
‡ 3 stylish bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
‡ Gorgeous living areas
‡ Gleaming ultra modern kitchen
CONTACT: Sharon McInnes on 0408 659 649
‡ Beautifully landscaped courtyard
[email protected]
‡ Quiet area close to the beach
FANTASTIC RURAL PROPERTY
17 Heritage Court, Suffolk Park
‡ Elevated cul de sac position
‡ Fabulous 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom
home
‡ 3 separate living areas
‡ High ceilings, polished timber
floors
163 Quarry Lane, Ewingsdale
‡ Self contained guest accommodation
‡ Close to schools, beach & shops
VIEW: Saturday 12-12.30pm
CONTACT: Andrew Rosee on 0421 914 054
[email protected]
‡ Don’t miss this rare offering
‡ 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home
‡ 28.47 hectares of fertile land
‡ Machinery shed 20m x 15m
‡ View to Byron Bay Lighthouse
‡ Take advantage – act now!
VIEW: Saturday 1-1.30pm
CONTACT: Glen Irwin on 0418 604 080
[email protected]
Peter Yopp on 0411 837 330
[email protected]
OPEN FOR INSPECTION
‘SANDPIPER’
Lot 30/24 Scott Street, Byron Bay
‡ Secluded private tree house
‡ Options are endless – live in or
‡ Offering 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
holiday let
‡ Uninterrupted ocean views
VIEW: Inspection by appointment
‡ Borders Arakwal National Park
CONTACT: Sharon McInnes on 0408 659 649
‡ Fantastic holiday returns
[email protected]
‡ Use of all resort facilities
New Management of Residential Property
Earn 10,000 Reward Points
‡ 7 Pepperbush Street,
Suffolk Park
Thursday 2-2.30pm
Sharon McInnes 0408 659 649
‡ 8 Lasiandra Close,
Suffolk Park
Saturday 11-11.30am
Liam Annesley 0417 780 795
‡ 10 Brandon Street,
Suffolk Park
Saturday 11-11.30am
Bryce Cameron 0412 057 672
Glen Irwin 0418 604 080
‡ 6 Teak Circuit,
Suffolk Park
Saturday 11-11.30am
Peter Yopp 0411 837 330
‡ 41 Brandon Street,
Suffolk Park
Saturday 11-11.30am
Neil Cameron 0419 274 798
LJHooker 4/31 Lawson St, Byron Bay 6685 7300
‡ 22 Keats Street,
Byron Bay
Saturday 11-11.30am
Sharon McInnes 0408 659 649
‡ 116 Old Bangalow Road,
Byron Bay
Saturday 12-12.30pm
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‡ 8/58 Armstrong St,
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‡ 2 Hill View Place,
Ewingsdale
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‡ 11 Childe Street,
Byron Bay
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OPEN FOR INSPECTION
ATTENTION
AGENTS
BANGALOW REAL ESTATE
UÊ 183 Camerons Road, McLeans Ridges. Sat 1-1.45pm
LJ HOOKER BRUNSWICK HEADS
UÊ 18 Natan Court, Ocean Shores. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 14 Gilba Avenue, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 19 Nana Street, Brunswick Heads. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 13 Short Street, Brunswick Heads. Sat 1-1.30pm
UÊ 2/26 Hallaroo Circuit, Ocean Shores. Sat 1-1.30pm
BYRON BAY FIRST NATIONAL
UÊ 68 Sunrise Boulevard, Byron Bay. Sat 10.30-11am
UÊ 53 Leslie Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 12.30-1pm
UÊ 3 Wright Place, Bangalow. Sat 12.30-1pm
UÊ 113 McGettigans Lane, Ewingsdale. Sat 1.30-2pm
UÊ 1/11 Korau Place, Suffolk Park. 1.30-2pm
UÊ 19 ‘Tallows at Byron’, 3 Sallywattle Dr, Suffolk Park. Sat 2.30-3pm
UÊ 1/54 Butler Street, Byron Bay. Sat 11.30am-12pm
UÊ 8 Korau Place, Suffolk Park. Sat 12.30-1pm
LOIS BUCKETT REAL ESTATE
UÊ 29 Lismore Road, Bangalow. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 2 Hanlon Court, Bangalow. Sat 1-1.30pm
UÊ 5/4 Fawcett Street, Ballina. Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm
UÊ 2/5 Barrett Drive, Lennox Head. Sat 2-2.30pm
UÊ 25B Lismore Road,Bangalow. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 29 Blackwood Crescent, Bangalow. Sat 11-11.30pm
UÊ 23 Carramar Drive, Goonellabah. Sat 11-11.30pm
UÊ 7 Greenview Place, Skennars Head. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 110 North Creek Road, Lennox Head. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 23 Alison Avenue, Lennox Head. Sat 2-2.30pm
UÊ 8 Hanlon Court, Bangalow. Sat 1-1.30pm
ELDERS NEW BRIGHTON
UÊ 1 Ocean Avenue, New Brighton. Sat 10-11am
PRDNATIONWIDE OCEAN SHORES
UÊ 91 Balemo Drive, Ocean Shores. Sat 12-12.45pm
PROFESSIONALS MULLUMBIMBY
UÊ 1/32 Rajah Road, Ocean Shores. Sat 11.15am-12pm
UÊ 20 Kaleajere Drive, Suffolk Park. Sat 11.15am-12pm
ELDERS BANGALOW
UÊ 3 Muskwood Place, Bangalow. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 17 Blackwood Crescent, Bangalow. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 7 Marblewood Place, Bangalow. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 113 Kings Road, Federal. Sat 12-12.30pm
LJ HOOKER BYRON BAY
UÊ 7 Pepperbush Street, Suffolk Park. Thu 2-2.30pm
UÊ 116 Old Bangalow Road, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 8 Lasiandra Close, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 10 Brandon Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 6 Teak Circuit, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 41 Brandon Street, Suffolk Park. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 22 Keats Street, Byron Bay. Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ 8/58 Armstrong St, Suffolk Park. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 2 Hill View Place, Ewingsdale. Sat 1-1.30pm
UÊ 11 Childe Street, Byron Bay. Sat 2-2.30pm
UÊ 11 Tallowood Crescent, Byron Bay. Sat 2-2.30pm
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183 Camerons Rd, McLeans Ridges.
Sweeping valley views from this
beautifully presented compact home
situated on 2 ½ acres located in
picturesque McLeans Ridges. The
property is only 10 years old and is ideally
suited for a young couple seeking their
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School bus is at front door and only 10
minutes to Lismore.
Price $429,000.
Contact John Brophy 0438 878 465 at
Bangalow Real Estate 02 6687 1306.
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Impressive Corner Site With Development Approval
Centre, Tallows Beach, and the golf
course and within easy reach of the local
schools.
Buy now and reap the rewards of this
most impressive opportunity!
Price $645,000.
Contact Sophie Christou 0419 399 222 &
Sophia Price 0408 273 862.
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Situated in this prime corner location in a
family friendly neighbourhood, and with a
DA approval for a second residence, this
property would appeal to an investor, or
family who require extra accommodation
or to live in one and rent the other.
The property is located within close
proximity to the Suffolk Park shopping
AUCTIONS
BYRON BAY FIRST NATIONAL
UÊ 4/2b Kalemajere Drive, Suffolk Park. Auction 6.30pm Tue July 6
at Byron Bay Surf Club.
LJ HOOKER BYRON BAY
UÊ 41 Brandon Street, Suffolk Park. Auction 12pm onsite Sat July 24.
Inspect Sat 11-11.30am
ELDERS BANGALOW
UÊ 21 Charlotte Street, Bangalow. Auction July 29. Inspect Sat 11-11.30am
UÊ Off Binna Burra Road, Federal. Auction July 29.
UÊ 4 Roses Road, Federal. Auction July 29. Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 8 Roses Road, Federal. Auction July 29. Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ Coorabell Hinterland Lifestyle. Auction Sep 2. Inspect by appointment
UÊ 41 Majors Lane, Fernleigh. Auction Sep 2. Inspect Sat 1-1.30pm
LJ HOOKER BYRON BAY
Auctions Tuesday 6th July at the Byron Bay Surf Club at 6.30pm
UÊ Unit 18/6-8 Browning Street, Byron Bay. Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ 17 Heritage Court, Suffolk Park. Sat 12-12.30pm
UÊ Unit 4/2B Kalemajere Drive, Suffolk Park.
UÊ 163 Quarry Lane, Ewingsdale. Sat 1-1.30pm
UÊ Lot 30/24 Scott Street, Byron Bay.
NEW LISTINGS
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Elevated photo 7 metres from ground
BLANK CANVAS WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS
Lot 10 McInnes Lane, Tyagarah
Embracing stunning ocean &
hinterland views this blank canvas
acreage boasts an elevated
building opportunity with a north
facing aspect.
Secluded at the end of a private
country lane this 2.78 hectare
property offers the perfect rural
lifestyle just 2.55km to the relaxed
beach of Tyagarah and 12.2km to
the heart of Byron Bay.
This property must be sold at
auction, register your interest
today.
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AUCTION:
Saturday 24th July
onsite at 2pm
No Offers Prior To Auction
Bryce Cameron
0412 057 672
[email protected]
L J Hooker 4/31 Lawson Street,
Byron Bay. Ph: 6685 7300
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According to local enthusiast
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July 11 (cooking fines apply).
‘So strip down to your bananas
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more appealing,’ suggests Sapoty. ‘Byron Shire has a powerful contingent of raw food
authors, teachers, coaches, and
suppliers.’ If you want to join
this obesity-free zone, Sapoty
suggests a few websites, including www.eco-eating.com,
vitality4life.com and www.funkeyforest.com ‘and the Raw Ecstasy market stall’. Coffee probably does not constitute a raw
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Byron Council was true to its
word and has released its formerly confidential report on
Cr Tom Tabart’s non-leaking of
confidential information – you
can download it at www.byron.
nsw.gov.au/meetings/meeting/263 under item 13 ‘Confidential Reports’. According to
‘Sole Reviewer’ Bronwyn Connolly, it would help if Council
defines ‘confidential information’ in its code of conduct. Yes,
that sounds like a good place
to start, but we can imagine
Backlash sent undercover agent, Leanora Liplash, to the recent gathering of anarchists, subversives and arty types which was an Australian version of that American hotbed of dissension,
Burning Man. Liplash found 500 partying heathens performing effigy burnings, making artistic
statements, and questioning consumerism. More documentation of this Bacchanalian event in
the festivals gallery on offmyfacebook.com.au.
the debate between councillors Cape Byron Headland Reserve munity hall at Suffolk Park are
and staff over what constitutes Trust with interim funding of to be discussed at a meeting.
confidentiality.
$10,000, and plans for a com- – The Echo 11/7/90
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Deputy premier Wal Murray
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OCEAN SHORES
Students, such as Finn Wheatley above, came to school dressed
in yellow, red and orange, painted their faces and ate chocolate
bananas for lunch. A fun day with a serious purpose was held
at Wilsons Creek Public School last Friday, organised by senior
students to raise awareness and funds for endangered orangutans. A total of $245 was raised.
• Superbly built modern beach
home is situated in the
FernBeach development in
NorthernOceanShores.
• The spacious open living, dining
& kitchen area is downstairs
with beautiful Australian mixed
hardwood flooring opening to
the covered deck.
$789,000
• The master bedroom with
ensuite, study/media room &
powder room are also on the
lower level. Two bedrooms plus
study/3rd bedroom and main
bathroom upstairs.
• Just a short stroll through
coastal nature reserve to our
pristine beach.
Ph: 02 6680 4400
7/84 Rajah Rd. Ocean Shores
E: [email protected]
W: prdnationwide.com.au/oceanshores
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