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Mullumbimby shared ABC North Coast's post.
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POLICE APPEAL FOR PUBLIC HELP TO LOCATE THREE MISSING TEENAGERS FROM THE NORTHERN RIVERS.

Police are seeking help from the public to try to find three teenagers who may possibly be in the Byron Bay or Lismore areas.
The two boys, Tyson Giles and Alex Cupitt are both aged 13, and Georgina Hills is 14 years old.
They are from Alstonville, Lismore and Kyogle.
Georgina was last seen attending school in Lismore on Monday, February the 5th, and was reported missing to police the following day.
Tyson and Alex were last seen attending school in Lismore on Friday the 2nd of February.
They were reported missing to police last week.
It is now believed the three are travelling together in the Byron Bay or Lismore areas and are refusing to contact family or carers.
Police have concerns for their welfare and would like to speak with the three children to ensure their well-being.
Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to contact Lismore police or Crime Stoppers.
Police say any information can be given in confidence.
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3 hours ago

Mullumbimby shared Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc's video.
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Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc
Celebrating just some of the people of the 2017 Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc with this compilation of photos from Lisa Gordon Little More Grace Photography.

All photos remain copyright Mullum Show and Lisa Gordon please do not reproduce without permission. Photos are available for purchase lmgphotography.fotomerchant.com/
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13 hours ago

Mullumbimby shared ABC North Coast's post.
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POLICE SAY A NUMBER OF WEAPONS WERE USED DURING A MULLUMBIMBY HOME INVASION

Police have charged a man over a home invasion at Mullumbimby where a father and his two sons were threatened with a number of weapons.

It's understood the man was one of three who entered the house armed with handguns, a rifle and a sword, and threatened the 60-year-old father and his two sons aged 22 and 13, and two other friends last Sunday.

Police arrested the 23-year-old Mullumbimby man and charged him with special aggravated enter dwelling with intent, affray, breach of bail, and break and enter with intent.

He appeared in the Byron Bay Local Court today.

Police are continuing their investigations and are trying to identify the two other men involved .
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3 days ago

Mullumbimby shared Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club's post.
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Members draw tonight at ExServices Club is worth going in for a long cool drink in the air conMembers draw tonight $3300. See you there. Good luck to the guys playing pool this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Members draw tonight at ExServices Club is worth going in for a long cool drink in the air con
Mullumbimby shared Byron Bay Ballooning's photo.
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Mullumbimby shared Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc's video.
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Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc
Celebrating just some of the people of the 2017 Mullumbimby Agricultural Show Inc with this compilation of photos from Lisa Gordon Little More Grace Photography.

All photos remain copyright Mullum Show and Lisa Gordon please do not reproduce without permission. Photos are available for purchase lmgphotography.fotomerchant.com/
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3 days ago

Mullumbimby shared Geoff Bensley's post.
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Geoff
Come on Byron Shire support the Byron Bay Train and use it. Stop driving into the beaches and CBD , park on Bayshore Drive and get the train , it is only $6 return fare (sorry no $2.50 subsidised fares).
If you don’t use the train the politicians won’t see any use for extending its travel.
Wayne Brown, Andrew Tester. Hopefully this will work
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3 days ago

 

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Great to see something actually go ahead and happen in Byron without being stopped because of a few self interested people.

I'd probably use it if I was still living there.

This is mad!! I’d definitely use it when I’m down

Mullumbimby shared Tweed Byron LAC - NSW Police Force's post.
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A safe place for all the community is what we all want.

The Tweed Byron Police District with the assistance of Byron Shire Council, and National Parks and Wildlife have been proactively patrolling Greys lane, Tyagarah Beach, Tyagarah Nature Reserve and surrounding areas as a direct response the public’s safety because of serious sexual offences and offensive behaviour in and around those areas.

Police from the Tweed Byron Police District, are here to protect the community and enforce the laws put in place by our elected officials. We are not here to ruin law abiding communities fun and lawful activities.

The below image is a copy of signage that clearly indicates the 800 meter “Clothes Options Area” on Tyagarah beach. By being naked outside of that 800 meter stretch of Tyagarah beach, the community need to be aware they may be committing offences.

Police from the Tweed Byron Police District will be strongly enforcing the current legislation and will not tolerate people committing offences of a sexual nature against anyone attempting to enjoy the local environment and beach areas.

People attending the sand dunes behind the Tyagarah beach and the bush walks in the nature reserve for the purpose of offensive behaviour or meeting others for sexual encounters will receive the appropriate attention by Police.

The local Police, Byron Shire Council, National Parks and Wildlife and local community want the area to be a safe place for the entire community to feel comfortable to visit for its natural beauty without fear of being confronted by sexual predators or deviates.
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4 days ago

 

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An offence to who exactly ? #prudes