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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January 17, 2020
First National Byron

Hope Springs Eternal

Destruction is a force that many Australians have been confronted with on a magnitude of scale that we, fortunately, rarely see in this country. It must be acknowledged that the...

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December 13, 2019
First National Byron

Unfollowing

Nothing about this time of year feels slow. We are screaming into the end of 2019 with tailwinds achieving knot speeds that I can never remember seeing. High-speed roads, High-speed...

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November 29, 2019
First National Byron

Peas Be With You

This is a love letter of sorts to some friends; my wish for them right now is peas. With all of my love.  … When I was a very little...

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November 22, 2019
First National Byron

I’m Blue

So it turns out being blue is a good thing. With saltwater in our veins, the residents of Byron and Northern Rivers shire know and understand the call of the...

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November 15, 2019
First National Byron

Be Like Slinky

Human beings have demonstrated a relentless ability to adapt to new environments and situations. As the human species spread to different places on the Pangaea Supercontinent, they faced new conditions...

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