The Feros board have failed to explain why the existing buildings cannot be redeveloped as a purpose-built, top-of-the-range, aged-care facility. It could incorporate the well-established and loved gardens. Maybe there could be space in a corner for their social experiment. This land was gifted to the community for one essential reason, and should not be stolen from its residents.
Body found in the Clarence River
NSW Police say a body, believed to be that of a man reported missing from the state’s mid north coast, has been located.
Tweed Sustainability Awards kick off with nominations now open
Nominations for outstanding efforts by members of the Tweed community to protect and care for the Tweed’s precious environment are being sought as part of this year’s Tweed Sustainability Awards.
Interview about the Spaghetti Circus Scholarship Program
Spaghetti Circus is helping kids fly! Spaghetti Circus’ passion is empowering healthy, active, happy kids. Despite being a small not-for-profit...
Busking For Change in the Northern Rivers
If there is one thing that Northern Rivers communities loves, it's a good busker and after a successful pilot program in 2022, Busking For Change is launching nationally – we're in!
Army depot construction starts in Chinderah
Federal Labor have announced local Indigenous companies in Tweed Heads are starting construction of new facilities, which will benefit the Australian Army’s A Company, 41st Battalion, Royal NSW Regiment and 225 Army Cadet Unit.
Byron’s Yarn Up and Murwillumbah’ Kinship Festival – celebrating Reconciliation Week
The weekend celebrations across the region marked the end of Reconciliation Week.
Master Games on the way for Lismore
The Lismore Workers Masters Games is back this year after being cancelled in 2021 due to the pandemic. The biennial...
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Brunswick Heads going for Gold & Old
The village of Brunswick Heads is set to host its Old & Gold Festival tomorrow with three big fairs, entertainment and plenty of fun – come rain or shine.
Call to action for Evans Head over the Iron Gates development
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Local community groups at Evans Head are putting out a ‘Call to Action' after being excluded from the Land and Environment Courts hearings and deliberations over the development application for Iron Gates.
Fully sick Byron skate park!
Definitely the newest, and possibly the best tourist attraction Byron has to offer, Jarjumirr Park, is a competition-level skate park that is located between the courthouse, library and Youth Activities Centre.
Hey govt! leave koalas alone!
An Echo article about saving koalas in the Braemar State forest prompted 12-year-old Leila, from Byron Public School, to share the plight of our cute marsupial icon with her class.