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Six new local COVID cases reported

Six new cases of COVID-19 have been reported for Northern NSW Local Health District to 8pm last night.

COVID update: two new cases in Lismore and fragments in Byron’s STP

The Northern NSW Local Health District, Lynne Weir, today say that two new cases of COVID-19 have been reported for the District to 8pm, 23 October.

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A sock is not talked about much – it’s a simple device that is very well known. As the world...

Call to reject Evans Head Iron Gates DA over failure to recognise Indigenous heritage

Evans Head locals call for rejection of Iron Gates DA and recognition of the national significance of the site and its incorporation into the Broadwater National Park.

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David Barnes was last seen at Explorers Way, Worongary at around 11pm Tuesday, May 12. Photo Queensland Police.

Police are seeking urgent public assistance to locate a 61-year-old man reported missing on the Gold Coast.

Local man David Barnes was last seen at Explorers Way, Worongary at around 11pm Tuesday, May 12.

He has not been seen nor made contact since, with Police holding serious concern for his safety as his disappearance is extremely out of character.

David is known to visit The Spit, Broadwater and Currumbin Valley areas.

He could be travelling in a white 2011 Nissan X-Trail station wagon with Queensland Registration 592 TQA.

David is described as Caucasian, with a solid build and a shaved head. He was last seen wearing grey trousers and a red cotton t-shirt.

Anyone who may have seen David or his vehicle is urged to immediately to contact police.


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