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Do you have questions on house buybacks, retrofits and house raising? A series of community information sessions are being run throughout the Northern Rivers over the next month and a half to inform the community on the range of options that are available. The Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation (NRCC) is running the sessions. 

Lismore 

The first sessions are taking place in Lismore tomorrow, Friday 4 November. There will be three sessions and anyone wishing to attend must register here

Each Lismore session is limited to 60 people and as the sessions fill anyone who is potentially eligible under the Resilient Homes Program is recommended to continue monitoring the website for further information.

Murwillumbah 

Murwillumbah sessions will be held on Tuesday 8 November 2022 at Murwillumbah RSL, 10 Wollumbin Street, Murwillumbah 

Mullumbimby

Mullumbimby sessions will be held on Tuesday 15 November 2022

St John’s Catholic Hall, 11 Murwillumbah Road. These sessions are limited to 80 people. 

Maclean

Maclean session will be held on Tuesday 22 November 2022

Maclean Bowling Club 1a McLachlan St, Maclean. This session is limited to 80 people.

Coraki

Coraki session will be held on Tuesday 29 November 2022

Coraki Bowling Club 17 Richmond Terrace, Coraki. This session is limited to 30 people. 

Kyogle

Kyogle session will be held on Wednesday 30 November 2022

Kyogle Community Centre, 3 Bloore Street, Kyogle. This session is limited to 80 people. 

Broadwater

Broadwater session will be held on Tuesday 6 December 2022

Broadwater Hall, Little Pitt Street, Broadwater. This session is limited to 80 people. 

Woodburn

Woodburn session will be held on Tuesday 6 December 2022

Woodburn Hall, 127 River St, Woodburn. This session is limited to 80 people. 

Ballina 

Ballina sessions will be held on Wednesday 7 December 2022

Ballina RSL 1 Grant St, Ballina. This session is limited to 80 people.

Lismore

Lismore sessions will be held on  Tuesday 13 December 2022

120 Dalley Street Lismore, enter via car park off Military Road. These sessions are limited to 80 people. 


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