One of two major bushfires burning in the Richmond Valley has now burnt out more than 3,290 hectares and remains out of control.
Police attended a fire this morning at Lismore Road, Wollongbar that has destroyed the interior of the house.
A home has been destroyed and a man treated for smoke inhalation after a fire near Lismore.
A vehicle that was stolen las night in Lismore was then set alight said a spokesperson for the Lismore police.
A Goonellabah man who allegedly destroyed part of a home after fire took hold from him flicking lit cigarettes will face a hearing on Friday.
Police are searching for a possible firebug following a a series of small scrub fires that appeared to have been deliberately lit along the Tweed Coast between Wooyung and Kingscliff on Saturday. Police and NSW Rural Fire Service were first alerted to a... Read More →
A property at Alstonville has lost two of its farm sheds as a result of a fire that broke out at about 3.45am overnight.
Quick action by emergency services yesterday afternoon prevented a fire from completely gutting a house on Wyrallah Road, East Lismore.
A 45-year old woman has been hositalised with burns to 20 per cent of her body after a caravan caught fire on the Pacific Highway near Glenugie.
A Melbourne doctor and a restaurateur have purchased the fire-charred site that once housed the Nimbin Museum and associated shops.
A fire burning in bushland at Pottsville burnt out 137 hectares before being brought under control today (December 27).
Police will prepare a report for the coroner following the death of a woman in a fire at Yamba overnight.
Nimbin has been left reeling following a fire which destroyed the Nimbin Museum, Rainbow Cafe, and a number of other businesses yesterday morning. But in true hippie spirit, locals are already talking about what will rise from the ashes, as police investigate the cause of the blaze.
Nimbin has lost some of its most iconic buildings including the Nimbin Museum and Rainbow Cafe in a fire that ripped through the heart of the village early this morning.
A week ago Jeanette Martin was all smiles as one of the recipients of this year’s World Environment Day Awards. Now she is coping with the fact that a fire overnight completely destroy the Mullumbimby Community Gardens' office, among other things.
A man has been charged with attempted murder following a fire at a house in East Lismore last year.