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Running the NY Marathon for type-1 diabetes research

Southern Cross University student Georgie Collis has type-1 diabetes but this won't stop her running in the New York Marathon in November to raise funds for research.

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Byron Hinterland Seed Savers

Byron Hinterland Seed Savers are coming to Mullum Farmers Market this Friday, 22 September at 8am for a seed swap. Bring any excess seeds/cuttings you have and come and collect some free seeds and cuttings.

Council to discuss use of consultants at internal workshop

Byron councillors will explore the amount Council spends on external consultants and potential conflicts of interest, following a long and, at times, spiteful debate last week.

Cinema: Stanno arrivando gli italiani!

Palace Cinemas are thrilled to announce a great lineup for the 2023 ST. ALi Italian Film Festival showcasing an incredible selection of new Italian cinema celebrating the country’s language, stories and culture. 

Varroa mite here to stay as NSW pivots from eradication to management of costly invasive species

The Varroa Mite ‘(Varroa destructor and Varroa jacobsoni) is a parasite of adult honey bees and honey bee brood....

Labor’s budget falls short on flood funding: MP

Tamara Smith, Member for Ballina and NSW Greens Disaster Relief Spokesperson, has welcomed an additional $150m in funding for the Northern Rivers and Central West flood recovery in Tuesday’s NSW budget.

Tiny home demolition

I refer to the article in The Echo (6 September) ‘Disabled war veteran’s tiny home faces Council demolition order’. Byron...

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Assault and robbery Goonellabah – police appeal for information

Investigators are appealing for information after a man was allegedly assaulted and robbed while he slept in his vehicle at Goonellabah in December last year.

Murder charge over 2013 death of Dennis Dalton near Lismore

Detectives have extradited a man from Queensland and charged him with murder over the death of a man near Lismore in 2013.

Woman ‘dragged by hair’ in G’bah domestic dispute

A man will remain behind bars after allegedly attacking people at a house in Goonellabah, including dragging a woman around by the hair and pushing another person through a window.

Woman steals 14 pairs of shoes, 13 handbags and more…

When police told a 42-year-old Goonellabah woman sprung on her third shoplifting spree in two days that she was under arrest, she allegedly replied, ‘Like f*** I'm under arrest, c***.’

Hannah found but Leon still on the run

Dunoon woman Hannah Scofield, who was reported missing with warrant absconder Leon King on Friday, was found by police last night.

Missing Dunoon woman may be with ‘dangerous man’

Police believe a man who allegedly absconded after a fight in Goonellabah on Friday may have taken this Dunoon woman with him on the run.

Man charged after ATM dragged from Tweed River

A 50-year-old Goonellabah man has been charged, and an ATM recovered from the Tweed River, following a police operation. They allege three ATMs containing cash were stolen along with property totalling more than $100,000.

Goonellabah man jailed for two years over vicious assault

A Goonellabah man who consumed alcohol, marijuana and ice before assaulting a 77-year-old man from behind has been jailed for two years. The elderly man sustained two broken ribs and bleeding on his kidney as a result of the attack.

What do you think of the Wade Park masterplan?

So many of the Lismore LGA assets were damaged in last year’s flood and the process of rebuilding is creating an opportunity to do things differently.

Wollumbin Street bridge reduced to one lane

As part of the sewerage upgrade in Murwillumbah, Tweed Shire Council is urging motorists to plan ahead and seek alternative routes between the CBD and South Murwillumbah for up to four weeks from today.

They’re he-ere: SLSC surf patrols are on!

Surf Life Saving NSW says that more than 20,000 active volunteer lifesavers began patrols on beaches across the state on Saturday. 

A short history of cruelty

Anthony Albanese went to the last election promising to end live sheep exports from Australia. This rubbery promise has since been rolled back to his government's second term (assuming they get one). The independent panel's long-awaited report to the federal government on the issue has now also been delayed, from this week to late October.