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BREASTSCREEN NSW IS COMING TO BRUNSWICK HEADS AND BYRON BAY

Breastscreen NSW will be bringing its mobile unit to Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay.

Brunswick Heads: 10-15 October
Byron Bay: 16 October - 6 Novmber

Call 13 20 50 to book your free mammogram.
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BREASTSCREEN NSW IS COMING TO BRUNSWICK HEADS AND BYRON BAY Breastscreen NSW will be bringing its mobile unit to Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay. Brunswick Heads: 10-15 October Byron Bay: 16 October - 6 Novmber Call 13 20 50 to book your free mammogram.
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Byron Shire Council

It's international parking day.

Council staff have taken over a couple of spots outside Aldi and are talking to people about parking and traffic in Byron Bay.

We're here until 3:30 this afternoon.

If you're in the area drop down and say hello and share your thoughts. Lots of people have already stopped to say 'g'day'.
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Its international parking day. Council staff have taken over a couple of spots outside Aldi and are talking to people about parking and traffic in Byron Bay. Were here until 3:30 this afternoon. If youre in the area drop down and say hello and share your thoughts. Lots of people have already stopped to say gday.Image attachment

 

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Great day for it! There isn't a single park in town right now..

It’s about time a road was put in to bypass the town for residents. People want to go from Suffolk/baywood to the industrial or highway and not have to crawl through the town and add 15 minutes to the journey. Plus it would alleviate the congestion 😉

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Have made several complaints re Bunnings Car Park but all seem to be ignored ? It,s still the same .

What is the problem Peter?

I wonder what this will achieve when we’ve been asking council to fix the parking at our brigade station for 7 years and nothing has been done yet. Some councilors even delete the Emailed letters without reading them!

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TREE PRUNING IN THE RAIL CORRIDOR AT BYRON BAY NEXT WEEK

FYI - a contractor working for John Holland Rail will be pruning some trees in the rail corridor at Byron Bay next week, from Cemetery Rd to Jonson St.

These works are for fire hazard reduction.

The contractor has notified residents and businesses that may be affected.
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There's the small matter of four very dangerous bridges. Would love to see you ride your bike over those Geoff Bensley!

WHAT!? John Holland are actually doing something after years of ignoring their contractual obligations? What's next? The four horsemen?

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