WORK to chop down a 200-year-old fig tree is continuing today, and there have been some emotional scenes on the ground.
THE first day of the Byron Writers Festival covered everything from crime, war reporting and books that changed people's lives.
WORK to chop down the remainder of the 200-year-old fig tree has been put on hold, as the council liaises with National Parks on the "preferred way forward".
OUR photographer caught the exact moment that a breaching whale upstaged the Steve Irwin ship's arrival at Byron Bay this morning.
SEE all the action from the third and last day of Splendour in the Grass.
Powerful performances keep away the cold on second day of event.
SEE all the photos from the first day of Splendour in the Grass
THIS prestigious Lennox Head event has attracted competitors from as far away as America and Japan.
A TEAM gathered on the beach to access how the whale died and to organise its removal.
MASSIVE lineup of 90's nostalgia coming to regional towns across Australia.