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Lismore City Council declares housing emergency, wants more units

A Lismore City Council housing survey had shown more than 60 per cent of residents were living by themselves or with one other person, Cr Ekins said, prompting ‘a real need for smaller housing or units’.

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Honouring midwives on their International day

Many of us have a midwife to thank for our safe arrival from the womb, these specialised 'catching' hands are a blessing to both mum and bub in hospitals and in the home.

NewsCorp announces August revival of regional news print in QLD

Less than a week after the two major NewsCorp-owned outlets on the Northern Rivers lost their websites and redirected readers via The Daily Telegraph (TDT), sister publications in Queensland announced almost the opposite.

Locavores out and about

The sun is out, the sky is blue, it’s beautiful, and so is the barbeque… or picnic, at this...

Co-op meeting

Annette Snow, Myocum As a Mullumbimby Rural Co-op shareholder of 42 years and a past employee of over 13 years,...

Tweed residents facing rate rise in 2021/2022 financial year

Tweed residents are invited to provide feedback on their council's budget, revenue policy and fees and charges, as Tweed Council prepares to finalise its delivery program and operational plan for the next financial year.

False impressions

Fast Buck$, Coorabell I was under the impression that, upon the mayor resigning, the deputy mayor would automatically get the...

The 2014 Drug Aware Margaret River Pro is stop #2 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP Men’s World Championship Tour – the locals are hitting the waves hard and making a strong impression on their west coast brothers and sisters.

Stephanie Gilmore of Tweed Heads, Gold Coast, Australia (pictured), advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia in Round 1 at Margaret River. Photo ASP  Kelly Cestari
Stephanie Gilmore of Tweed Heads advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia defeating Paige Hareb (NZL) and Pauline Ado (FRA) in Round 1 at Margaret River yesterday. Photo ASP Kelly Cestari.

 

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Mick Fanning of Coolangatta advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, defeating Nathan Hedge (AUS) and Matt Wilkinson (AUS) in Round 1 – Photo ASP Kelly Cestari,

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Adam Melling of Lennox Head advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, defeating Joel Parkinson (AUS) and Mitch Coleborn (AUS) in Round 1 at Margaret River. Photo – ASP / Kelly Cestari

 

 


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Tweed residents facing rate rise in 2021/2022 financial year

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