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The Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary continues to tirelessly to raise funds for the new Byron Hospital with their latest raffle raising $480.

Wayne McInerney, Woolworths Mullumbimby manager was privileged to draw the Mother’s Day raffle last Friday. First prize went to Kylie and second prize to Bev Woods.

Part of the money raised by the Auxiliary will be directed towards buying specialist stethoscopes for the Byron Hospital midwives to use. 

‘We really appreciate all the local support that we get in raising money to help upgrade the equipment at the Byron Central Hospital,’ said Jenny Moore, secretary of the Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary.

Later in the year the Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary will be looking at running a garage sale to raise money to support the new Byron Central Hospital.


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  1. This is ridiculous , why are people spending their personal time raising money for hospitals that are the responsibility of the government that we pay our taxes to build public infrastructure ?

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