byron shire council

Bluesfest gets green light for 2020 parking fees

premium_icon Bluesfest gets green light for 2020 parking fees

Byron Council has approved an amendment to festival's traffic plan

$2.1 million upgrade of park to start soon

premium_icon $2.1 million upgrade of park to start soon

The work will create a community space in the heart of town

Bypass discussions on table at council meeting

premium_icon Bypass discussions on table at council meeting

THREE of the big issues on council's agenda

Future of rail corridor to be revealed

premium_icon Future of rail corridor to be revealed

Glimpse to be offered on potential future use of rail corridor

West Byron plan may not be popular, councillors admit

premium_icon West Byron plan may not be popular, councillors admit

Alternate zoning plan could be "the new map of West Byron"

$1 too good to be true? Council delays buying hospital site

premium_icon $1 too good to be true? Council delays buying hospital site

Council sceptical on costs involved in purchase of hospital site

'Hipster' surfers targeted in leg rope safety campaign

premium_icon 'Hipster' surfers targeted in leg rope safety campaign

Surfers not using leg ropes centre of new safety campaign

West Byron, nude beach cameras up for discussion at meeting

premium_icon West Byron, nude beach cameras up for discussion at meeting

There are some controversial topics on the council's agenda

Former sewage treatment plant to get new lease of life

premium_icon Former sewage treatment plant to get new lease of life

Remediation works underway at former sewage treatment plant

$10 million koala 'nightclub' DA withdrawn

premium_icon $10 million koala 'nightclub' DA withdrawn

Developer plans to re-write the application after community concerns

Council gives controversial sculptor a second chance

premium_icon Council gives controversial sculptor a second chance

Finishing the sculpture could cost another $40,000

Three options for Byron’s controversial ‘dildo’ sculpture

premium_icon Three options for Byron’s controversial ‘dildo’ sculpture

COUNCIL to decide on future of the piece

Road in Federal closed due to risk of serious land slip

premium_icon Road in Federal closed due to risk of serious land slip

The council closed the road this afternoon after an inspection

$7 million medical cannabis farm for Northern Rivers

premium_icon $7 million medical cannabis farm for Northern Rivers

A development application sits with Byron Shire Council

Northern Rivers councils lay down top priorities for region

premium_icon Northern Rivers councils lay down top priorities for region

The six council's have launched five key priorities for the region

Residents react to rejection of $40million development

premium_icon Residents react to rejection of $40million development

Controversial proposed development is going to court

Decision made on controversial $40 million development

premium_icon Decision made on controversial $40 million development

The decision was announced shortly after the meeting convened

Parking meters busted

Parking meters busted

Meters attacked with glue

Work to improve women's lives secures top honour

premium_icon Work to improve women's lives secures top honour

Byron Shire Council has honoured a resident who's been helping women

$154 million: That's how much we need to fix our roads

premium_icon $154 million: That's how much we need to fix our roads

Our councils are fixing thousands of potholes every month

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