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Baptist chaplin Del McAlister has organised a garage sale at Maranoa Nursing Home in Lismore to raise money for the Zagar family, who lost three family members in a tragic car accident last week.

The event will be on Saturday 22 June.

Community members are asked to please drop quality items at Maranoa, 26 Dibbs Street, Lismore before June 21 or at Del’s home in central Ballina.

They will also forward bank account details if anyone would like to donate money to the family.

Please text 0404 644468 for more details.


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Quarry comes up against the farmers of Bentley

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