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February 26, 2021

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Final stage of Lismore Base Hospital get underway

The redevelopment works commenced in late 2016 and the final stage is now getting underway to complete the Lismore Base Hospital referbishment.

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Cut it down – Tweed Councillors at odds over future of forest red gum

‘We should be active and take the tree down,’ Cr Polglase told the Tweed Shire Council meeting last Thursday, referring to a significant forest red gum and koala food tree in Tweed Heads West.

Interview with James McMillan, founder of the Byron Surf Festival

With the Byron Bay Surf Festival just days away, founder James McMillan took a few minutes to talk to Seven about the awesome things planned for the coming weekend.

Cartoon of the week – 24 February, 2021

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Letting the love light SHINE in Lismore

A discovery focused light festival in August hopes to attract locals and visitors to Lismore.

Police have found Amy Friedman who was last seen on a fire trail, south of Brunswick Heads Surf Club, about 8am on Tuesday 16 October. Photo NSW police.

Amy Friedman has been found safe and well after being reported missing in Brunswick Heads about 4.45pm on Thursday 18 October 2018.

Amy was reportedly camping with friends and last seen on a fire trail, south of Brunswick Heads Surf Club, about 8am on Tuesday 16 October.

She was found safe and well this afternoon Friday, 19 October following a police and helicopter search of the area.

Police would like to thank the public and media for their assistance in sharing the post.


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