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COAL SEAM GAS – PROSPECTING IN BYRON SHIRE
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Posted: 24Nov2012 09:16
Deborah Lilly chats with local ABC's Sam Turnbull about how Mullumbimby is going two years after Woolworths opened in the town. Deborah tells Sam that due to the vigorous campaign and solid community building efforts by the local community, Mullumbimby is ...
Posted: 16Nov2012 18:46
Main Arm Valley will be the first locality in the Byron Shire to officially declare their roads, lands and community CSG Free, joining the wider peoples’ movement of the Northern Rivers.
In celebration, the Main Arm Valley CSG F...
Posted: 13Nov2012 14:12
Lock-on the CSG-FREE movement! Mother Nature turned on a beautiful day for 7000 or so yellow clad CSG-Free Northern Rivers supporters at Murwillumbah on Sat 13 October. The colourful procession ribboned around 2 blocks of town, almost joining...
Posted: 14Oct2012 20:04
On Tuesday the 4th September The Greens will be moving a motion in the NSW state parliament condemning the proposed introduction of the tele-health system at the Mullumbimby Hospital. John Kaye was at the Mullumbimby hospital on Fr...
Posted: 2Sep2012 20:35
The GetUp! campaign to request Woolworths to place a $1 bet limit on their pokies is a step further to becoming a reality.
The Federal Court in Sydney today (6.7.12) upheld the request by 210 Woolworths shareholders, who su...
Posted: 7Jul2012 15:33
Wow! What a wonderful event! On the 29th October The Mullumbimby Community Garden and Byron Shire Council presented the Mullumbimby Local Food Festival. Featured were displays of local food and produce grown by local farmers as wel...
Posted: 1Nov2011 08:58
We re-visit, the Beast File.
The W beast is now within us. We re-post the Hungry Beast file on Coles and Woolworths and how they take over communities.
The Hungry Beast looks at Australia's Big Two supermarket chains. Woolworths ...
Posted: 28Jun2011 22:56
Woolworths lost a further legion of potential customers last week in Mullumbimby. Picture a balmy, tranquil autumn evening, Friday, end of the working week. As people gathered for a relaxing outdoor meal at Milk & Honey, the peace of this country town was sha...
Posted: 6Apr2011 15:34