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Emergency radio tower

An emergency radio tower is proposed for Teales Lookout, Koonyum Range. It is proposed by the telco authority via Catalyst...

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Police investigate pedestrian death at Burleigh Heads

The Queensland Police forensic crash unit is investigating after a pedestrian died at Burleigh Heads overnight (November 20).

Cyclist dies two weeks after crash – Coffs Harbour

NSW Police say a man has died following a crash at Coffs Harbour earlier this month.

What is the value of a DCP ask Kingscliff residents

Locals 'disappointed' after Tweed Shire Councillors approve the change of use development application for eight flats at the Paradiso tourist accommodation facility in Kingscliff from ‘tourist’ to ‘residential’ accommodation. 

Concern over Belongil Creek fish kill event

An investigation is underway into a fill kill event in Belongil Creek earlier this month.

Vegetation key to minimising landslip risk

The impacts of landslides have been a little lost in the conversations around the devastating floods that took place in the Northern Rivers in February and March this year, but it is essential that we recognise the impact they have had, and will continue to have.

Lismore raises awareness on World AIDS day

On World AIDS day, 1 December, ACON Northern Rivers Office and the HIV and Related Program Unit, are running a poster exhibition and trivia night at the Civic Hotel in Lismore.

The Disabled Surfers Association is having a gathering at Clarkes Beach in Byron Bay this Saturday March 17.

Volunteers, surfers or non-surfers, experienced or first timers, are welcome to help.

The aim is to take disabled participants of all ages and disabilities surfing in a fun and safe environment.

Bring swimmers and a towel. Volunteers are required from 9am for sign-on.


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