A free holiday kitesurfing training day is being put on by Earth Kitesurfing at Lennox Head on Wednesday July 11 from 1pm. The day is open to children five years and older with parental supervision. Kids will get a chance... Read More →
Coinciding with World Environment Day the annual Lennox Head Community Tree Planting Day had around 150 come along to plant trees on the Lennox hedland.
Do you spend time in Lennox Head? Then have your say on how its main street will look in the future. Ballina Council and the Lennox Head Chamber of Commerce are running an online survey to find out what the... Read More →
Enjoy planting some trees on Friday 8 June from 9am till 12 as part of the Lenox Head tree planting day.
Kim Wright, Lennox Head In response to Mr Connelly re Sand mine in Lennox Northern Star May 12, 2018. ‘What is sought is a “concept” approval at this time’. This concept is a privately owned Lake, three times the size of Lake Ainsworth... Read More →
In an extraordinary show of bipartisanship, Lennox Head based Liberal MLC Catherine Cusack will MC tomorrow night’s meeting opposing a massive extension to a sand mine just outside the town.
The Lennox Head community is calling a public meeting to highlight the numerous issues with the current proposal for further sand mining on the wetlands off Ross Lane and along Swampy Creek Road.
Ballina Council has not followed their own planning legislation to assess the environmental significance of a Lennox Head fig tree slated for removal, according to local planner John Sparks.
‘This was always our favourite spot in Lennox,’ says Dan Stott of Williams St, the cafe that he used to frequent and now owns. Dan tells a great story of buying a car from one of the previous owners and... Read More →
The future of Lake Ainsworth’s eastern road is in the balance, with today being the deadline for submissions on the current plan to close it. Opponents have laid over 4,350 letters of objection end to end in a last-ditch effort to sway councillors.
The Lake Ainsworth Interest Group says that many Lennox Head residents support Ballina Council’s plan to create a parkland on the east side of the lake, despite calls for the eastern road to stay. A spokesperson said reaction to its information stalls on the weekend was 'overwhelmingly positive'.
Local activists have swum under the newly-installed shark nets at Lennox Head to draw attention to the apparent ‘futility’ of the devices. Dean Jeffreys led a small group of banner-bearing conservationists out to the nets, diving about 10 metres down to duck beneath them.
Lennox Head is joining the trend and has launched its own Street Library where anyone can pick up or drop off a book. The Street Library was launched by local author Lisa Walker and the Street Library motto is ‘Take... Read More →
For all those early risers who would love to not only enjoy a fantastic morning walk along the beautiful local coastline but would like to raise awareness and money towards brain cancer research get involved in the Lennox to Byron walk for brain cancer.
Hundreds of books cherished by distinguished Sydney travel writer, the late Tom E King, will grace the shelves of a popular Northern NSW café Williams Street Kitchen & Bar to provide inspiration for your next journey.
What events would you like to see happening in the community? Everyone will have their own set of ideas and right now the Lennox Head cultural and community centre wants to know what you want.
The Lennox Head Trojans rugby club are using their last home game to highlight the changing face of rugby in the Lennox area as they have their first welcome to country and smoke ceremony before the game.
Lennox Head was celebrating the town and its successful businesses on Monday night at the Lennox Head Chamber of Commerce awards.
The Lennox Head ruby club is raising money towards suicide prevention at this Saturday's game against Ballina. They are also highlighting the importance of women joining their club with a feature game by their new under 16's girls team.
The Lismore first-grade rugby team will be wearing one-off jerseys bearing the Lifeline logo at this Saturday’s game against Lennox Head. Outdated ideas about stoicism and masculinity mean men often struggle to reach out to friends and loved ones during tough times.
A new group has kicked off at Lake Ainsworth to help protect local fauna and flora. The Lake Ainsworth wildlife watchers celebrated their first information day at Lake Ainsworth on Saturday 27 May to coincide with ‘World Turtle Day’ said organiser Becky Gee.
The howl of protest against the Lennox Head ski jump took place last night with hundreds of people gathering on the beach front to express their opposition.
Melitta Firth, Lennox Head The people of NSW own the land at Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Lennox Head and we need to remind the politicians of this fact. The proposed ski jump will be a complete eyesore – 13... Read More →
The planned closure of an access road to Lake Ainsworth in Lennox Head sparked weekend protests, with residents claiming they were not ‘sufficiently notified or given a choice.’ As part of the proposal by Ballina Shire Council, a new park is planned.
Lennox Head residents are calling on their community to support keeping the Lake Road accessible for all at a public rally this Sunday.