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Pushing-Up for mental health in June
Australia’s largest fitness-based mental health event, The Push-Up Challenge, is back in 2023, encouraging Australians to push for better mental health.
Large Bangalow DA extended, concerns raised over bulk and scale
Bangalow Community Association member, Sue Taylor, told The Echo that if the DA is approved it would ‘result in a massive impact on the town’.
Man hit by truck in Tweed dies
About 11.30am (Wednesday, 24 May), emergency services were called to the M1 at Chinderah, following reports a man had been struck by a truck.
Youth post-flood photo comp
Uniting Church Australia are running a photography competition for young people living in the Northern Rivers. The theme of...
Dey pushes for new minimum Byron rate against warnings of rate bracket creep
A new proposed flat minimum rate across the Byron Shire aimed at easing pressure in the housing market would put 238 residential properties in higher rates brackets.
Byron Shire flood repair bill at $200M
Byron Shire Council staff have issued an update on Byron Shire’s flood-damaged infrastructure from the 2022 floods, and say they are applying for around $200 million in funding
U/15 footballers making strides under new coach
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley FC’s U/15s mixed team has been charging all season, but met their match last Saturday...
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A gem among the many incredible natural wonders of the Northern Rivers
Eve Jeffery - 1
The Member for Lismore Janelle Saffin called a local tourist spot is 'a gem among the many incredible natural wonders of the Northern Rivers' as she announced two reserves in the Lismore region will be upgraded.
Vale George Davidson OAM former Tweed Shire Councillor
A funeral will be held today for George Davidson OAM who was once a Tweed Shire Councillor and a passionate advocate for the Tweed.
3.8ML earthquake hits Melbourne’s northern suburbs
Eve Jeffery - 0
Residents in Melbourne and the northern suburbs were woken in the middle of the night as a magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook the darkness radiating out from the town of Sunbury, about 41 kilometres north west of the city.
Political comment: International revolving doors
David Lowe - 8
Corruption takes many forms, and has become more refined since the days of brown paper bags. In Australia, we have lobbyists, interests and politicians, with the traditional dividing lines between these three now all but invisible, and numerous examples of people moving from one position to another, and then back again, as they prioritise personal gain over what's best for the country.