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Regional NSW - please don't forget about us, Premier O'Farrell

Byron Shire Mayor Simon Richardson urged Premier Barry O’Farrell not to forget about regional NSW in his tough new stance on reducing alcohol related violence.

23 January 2014
Jonson Street development plans to be revised

Byron Shire Council met last week with the Jonson Street shopping centre developer and his team.

21 January 2014
Australia Day 2014 in Byron Shire

Celebrate Australia Day at one of the many events being held throughout Byron Shire on Sunday 26 January.

17 January 2014
Council asks - What’s important about the coastline to you?

It’s well known that Byron Bay beaches are loved and revered locally and around the world.

In an effort to find out ‘what’ about the coastline is important to the Byron Shire community, Council has released a community survey that will help inform decisions on coastal hazard management.

15 January 2014
Park and Ride – loved by the passengers

Park and Ride over the summer peak holiday period in Byron Bay saw over 6,000 individual passenger trips taken.

15 January 2014
Park and Ride – loved by the passengers

Park and Ride over the summer peak holiday period in Byron Bay saw over 6,000 individual passenger trips taken.

15 January 2014
Need a lift home? Catch the Byron Night Rider bus

Out in Byron Bay on Friday and Saturday nights?  Catch the Byron Night Rider late night shuttle bus home.

9 January 2014
Park and Ride parking fee reduced for New Years Eve

Byron Shire Council has made the decision to reduce the New Years Eve parking fee from $30 to $5 at both the Byron Regional Sports and Cultural Complex (BRSCC) and the Byron High School/St Finbar’s sites.

30 December 2013
Boxing Day launch of Park and Ride

Join us for the launch of the Park and Ride project at 11.30am on the 26th of December for a taste of ByronBay’s creative spirit.

19 December 2013
“Safe Nights in Byron Bay” showcases new local hip hop video.

Earlier this year Byron Shire Council received funds from the Department of Attorney General and Justice to trial some strategic initiatives aimed at preventing or reducing the incidence of alcohol related violence in Byron Bay, a hotspot identified by police and the NSW state government.

19 December 2013
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