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First National Byron

Fear Factor

In a break from COVID-19 news, we are going to talk about an equally dangerous pandemic affecting the globe: fear. They say to have knowledge over a thing is to...

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March 20, 2020
First National Byron

Caremongering

This is a strange time and there are an array of human emotions that comprise a natural response. At our most primal, there is fight, flight and freeze. Yet as...

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March 13, 2020
First National Byron

Work From Home

With the likelihood of a 14 day quarantine rising for many workers, we thought we had better research how to make the best use of that time. We are business...

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February 28, 2020
First National Byron

Just Like Me

Diversity is something we embrace in Byron Shire and in the business world, we are gaining more and more insight as to why this is important. At very least, we...

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February 21, 2020
First National Byron

Communities of Care

This week has been a confronting news week. We saw an unspeakable tragedy in Brisbane this week where the ugliest and most despicable outcome of a family breakdown played out...

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February 14, 2020
Sarah Bell

Love and Stories

We all tell ourselves stories. It is a fundamental part of the human experience to subjectively define things in our world and to make sense of them with story. The...

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February 7, 2020
First National Byron

Soggy

Our town is soggy today. Shops on Jonson Street have water caressing their ankles as the downpour of rain lashes down on the shire. Given that it was only a...

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January 31, 2020
First National Byron

Phoenix Rising

A very large part of Australia is kicking around in ash. There is, of course, the tangible ash that bears lightly on the earth as a whispy remnant of the...

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January 24, 2020
First National Byron

Sneaky-Uppy Moments

It is the final week of a busy first month to the year, not exactly sure where it went, but suffice to say – the January mid-twenties – snuck up...

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