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COVID update December 3: One new case and advice for international travellers

One new case of COVID-19 was reported for Northern NSW Local Health District (NNSWLHD) in the 24 hours to...

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On the ground work assists evicted women 

We know the region has some of the highest rents, and highest housing costs in Australia. We all know that this has virtually eliminated affordable housing. We hear the stories of women and children being evicted, of couch surfing and living in cars.

Last chance for tickets to Byron Shire Council Meet the Candidates forum

Today is your last chance to get tickets to tonight’s Byron Shire Meet the Candidates forum in the Byron Theatre.

Bullshit detectors needed

Well well; we have a true Scepticarius in the mayoral race after all – a curmudgeonly and doggedly forensic...

Issue dividing the community

This bitter division in the Northern Rivers community regarding trains on our tracks or the rail trail could’ve been...

Lismore Councillor candidate bios – Group A: Labor

The Echo asked all the Lismore election Councillor candidates to send in a bio. First cab off the rank was current Councillor Darlene Cook and Group A.

Cr Basil Cameron’s Mayoral choice

Cr Cate Coorey is my choice for mayor. I have worked with Cate on Council for the last five years....

Mandy Nolan gets real talking about mother daughter relationships.

This week has seen two new podcasts go online from Mandy Nolan. Mandy was chatting to Katie Cooper-Wares a creative who works with the dance troupe Sprung and Jaclyn Cunningham the co-founder of Radiant Women.

‘Sprung have a funding campaign they have kicked off for their upcoming October show for NORPA – for O HoW I Dreamt of Things Impossible,’ says Mandy.

‘They are such an exciting dance troupe – I love the way they lead the choreography rather than having choreography forced on them. It’s a disability led project that I think creates a really exciting new visual narrative.’

Sustaining the mother – daughter connection

For all those mother’s who want a better relationship with their daughters you can listen to what Jaclyn and Mandy have to say as they discuss a mother daughter rite of passage.

‘As a mother of four daughters I wish I had had the chance to take my girls to something like this,’ says Mandy.

Mandy Nolan’s Echo Chamber is now available on most podcast platforms including iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Deezer, Listen Notes, Overcast, Castro, and Castbox.


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