August 3, 2018
First National Byron

Turn On The Sun

We find ourselves longing for sun-soaked rays to be pouring in the windows and for the burning yellow sand to be underfoot once again. From the depths of winter, we...

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August 2, 2018
First National Byron

Tree Changing

“Give me a home among the gum trees…”. As your brain automatically completes that song, we are all turning our minds to a tree change. Australia Post collects moving data...

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July 27, 2018
First National Byron

Means To Meaning

The Byron Bay Writer’s Festival is on a fast-approaching horizon. As major sponsors of the event, we wish everyone an enjoyable festival and we are excited to welcome the influx...

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July 20, 2018
First National Byron

Express Yourself

The Expressionist Movement was a school of artists seeking an authentic representation of the world. They approached art in a world where photography was developing and so the emphasis had...

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July 13, 2018
First National Byron

Catch And Release

This week we’ve been inspired by Byron Bay First National Marketing Manager, Lauren King, and her fondness for Steve. Steve is a lizard. He frequently visits the back deck of...

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July 6, 2018
First National Byron

Push Play

The Google Play and iTunes apps have two fundamental states: Play or pause. It reflects a binary approach to life and ‘balance’ that is oh-so-21st-century. We must be either all...

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June 22, 2018
First National Byron

Moving In The Right Direction

As a real estate business, helping people move is a big part of what we do. Before I joined the industry, I thought that real estate agents and property managers...

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June 15, 2018
First National Byron

Life Of Byron: Loving Lennox Head

Local real estate agent Helen Huntly-Barratt has lived in Lennox Head for the past 15 years. With the ‘Love Lennox Festival’ in full swing this month, we caught up with...

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June 15, 2018
First National Byron

Fair Go

Australia used to be described as the lucky country, and in spite of the free and open discussion that democracy encourages about our history (and its problems,) there is still...

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June 8, 2018
First National Byron

A Total Waste

Yesterday, someone gave me a gift of chocolates. Lovely. I took it out of the gift bag. I removed the tissue paper. I opened the cardboard box. I unwrapped the...

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