The walk and run up the local Mount Chincogan, know as the Chinny Charge, has been cancelled this year due to concerns over COVID-19.
The Origin Trophy may well come to a glorious climax this weekend afternoon at Shara Boulevard. The two top teams go head to head on Saturday to claim bragging rights for another year after a most frustrating football season.
You can’t really miss it – it’s right there, in the middle of a paddock just as you approach Mullumbimby from the east: the word LOVE, displayed in enormous white capitalised letters.
Creating connections through art Mullum High teacher and Wiradjuri elder Scott Sentance has been working with Indigenous students in Mullumbimby on telling local stories through Aboriginal art.
In 2017 the region was devastated by the impact of Ex-Cyclone Debbie with homes, livelihoods and lives being lost. The draft North Byron Floodplain Risk Management Plan is on exhibition and your feedback is vital.
The annual Chinny Charge up to the top of Mullumbimby's Mount Chincogan sits is heading your way and registrations have opened for runners and walkers alike.
A march for ‘freewill and rejecting all forms of tyranny’ is planned Friday June 5 from 3.30pm in Mullumbimby
Many locals were sad to see the totem pole at the Mullum Gateway disappear a few months ago – many were equally alarmed when the rotunda was taped off, though we thought it was a COVID-19 restriction.
Mullumbimby is using that infamous creativity to look at ways that businesses and people can come together to safely support one another as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Always ahead of the curve: from introducing her friends to rock ‘n’ roll, to being part of the first wave of hippies to settle in Main Arm, to dropping ‘back in’ Jane Shand was a wild, loving, adventurous, and caring spirit who passed away on 29 April, 2020.
Mullumbimby couple, Rupert Brown and his wife Kristine, are busy bucking that trend – launching the Wandana brewery over the weekend in the Mullumbimby industrial estate, with little fanfare and all of the protocols in place.
There used to be only a few cents differences in fuel prices – but with differences of over thirty cents a litre across the Northern Rivers is it time to start shopping around again?
Protests against the Telstra installation of 5G at the Post Office in Mullumbimby yesterday led to the arrest of local activist Dean Jefferys.
Byron Shire Council says that the discovery of further deposits of asbestos at the former Mullumbimby hospital site has delayed the final remediation of the property.
Tweed and Byron Shire Mayors are reminding anyone thinking of heading this way for a holiday or visit that they are ‘to stay away'.
A Notice of Motion by independent Cr Basil Cameron, for the March 26 Council meeting, will ask support for a rail link between Mullumbimby and Byron Bay ‘as the first stage of a multi use activation of the rail corridor’.
Mount Chincogan inspired bike racks are now ready for cyclists to park their bikes in Mullumbimby.
One of the best ways to mitigate climate change is to capture carbon – by tree planting, of course! Shearwater Steiner School in Mullumbimby is getting hands on with its students and getting their hands in the dirt.
As the year heads toward the end of the swimming pool season, Mullumbimby Swim Club will be holding a swimming carnival on Saturday.
Byron Harmony Festival is coming back to Mullumbimby on Saturday 21 March, with a special focus on the Solomon Islands this year.
A man has been charged with manslaughter following a double fatal crash near Mullumbimby last year.
If it’s not fire then it is rain – and with the rain has come an early end to the fire season on the far north coast and Northern Rivers region.
The Son of a Drum music shop in Mullumbimby had to close its doors in the middle of the day today (Thursday , 27 February) after noticing that they had an unexpected visitor.
Showers and doing a bit of laundry are an unremarkable daily event for most people. But for the homeless the luxury of a warm shower and getting your clothes clean is not such a simple and unremarkable experience.
How to use the digital age to meet the neighbour next door?