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Inspector condemns prisoner health services

In the forward to the Inspector of Custodial Services Report published last month, Fiona Rafter Inspector of Custodial Services says that the provision of health services to inmates in New South Wales custodial facilities is a complex and challenging responsibility.

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Can you help this local family find a home?

A local couple whose much-loved baby boy was taken away by government officers and then returned is asking the community for help in finding space on a property to park their mobile home.

Vehicle sanitisation stations roll out

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Francis Cloake in running for National Portrait Prize

Byron Bay's Francis Cloake is one of two Northern Rivers photographers named as a finalist in the prestigious Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize.

Local teams head north under new set-up for women’s AFL 

Local women’s AFL will have a shake-up this year as the Lismore Swans join the Northern Rivers league...

Irresistible pastries you can’t go past

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Dead rats in the Byron bubble?

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While many circuses in Australia are moving away from using wild animals in their shows, the crew at Spaghetti Circus are happy to embrace their inner beast. Remo the lemur and Nina the cheetah were out of their cages just prior to going into the ring for Saturday’s performance of ’The Forgotten Circus.’ Photo Jeff ‘Caged Since 1986’ Dawson
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