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A disappointed dog

It’s taken a whole week for my dog to read to page 21 in last week’s Echo. She’s been...

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Laurel Lodge open for community housing

North Coast Community Housing (NCCH) has officially opened 12 refurbished fit-for-purpose homes in the former Lismore Base Hospital accommodation known as Laurel Lodge.

The no-dam business case

There are groups standing for election next Saturday who are composed mainly of high profile business people. Many people...

Ballina Council agrees to consider tighter holiday let policy

The Ballina Shire Council has voted unanimously to investigate options for restricting short-term rental accommodation.

Fatal crash – Alstonville

A man has died following a crash in Alsonville yesterday.

Ballina Shire Council defs not a ‘boys’ club’, says outgoing female councillor

This person is claiming that the council is a 'boys'' club and that the out-going mayor is one of them.

Former Byron Mayor talks about the ‘Green challenge’

It’s not easy being green, it never has been, but we are proud of our long-term commitment to Greens...

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Real Worlds of eight contemporary Australian artists

Real Worlds presents new work by eight contemporary Australian artists at the Lismore Regional Gallery as part of the fourth Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial on its national tour.

Hurford Portrait Prize entries to close next week

Have you created a great portrait? Hosted by the Lismore Regional Gallery, the Hurford Hardwood Portrait Prize is a biennial prize open to artists Australia wide and is now in its seventh year and open for entries.

Arts investor makes Lismore woodworker’s dream come true

Sixteen years after starting work experience as a high school student in Lismore, Colin Fardon’s persistence as a woodworker has paid off – literally.

Exploring eucalyptus dyes

For 25 years Mullumbimby textile artist Susan Fell Mclean has been exploring the use of dyes derived from eucalyptus leaves.

North Coast artist celebrates 160 years of a special site

Leading Northern Rivers based artist and SCU graduate Hobie Porter returns to the Lismore Regional Gallery this month for the opening of his remarkable exhibition Unnatural History: The Tower Hill Project.

Lismore Regional Gallery is opening its doors

The new Lismore Regional Gallery is opening it doors and is inviting the community to its grand opening on Saturday, 28 October.

Lismore council to remove dead tree on new gallery site

Lismore City Council will remove a dead eucalypt tree at the front of the new Lismore Regional Gallery site next week.

Recognising local Widjabul‐Wyabul artists

Recognising the importance of local artists Lismore Regional Gallery and Arts Northern Rivers are seeking expressions of interest to create a strong new work of art in the Lismore quadrangle that will create a focal point for the entrance to the new Lismore Regional Gallery.

Panel to consider Lismore Regional Gallery proposal

The Lismore City Council should know next week whether its plans to build the new Lismore Regional Gallery have been approved.

Candidates versus culture vultures at arts, media forum

The three main contenders for the seat of Page will face the scrutiny of arts lovers at a specially convened candidates’ forum next week.

Realistic, local agendas!

On Saturday 4 December we need to vote for people who focus on issues that can be controlled by Council. Candidates claiming they can,...

Coal shame for Queensland and Australian

Local Whitsundays resident Paul Jukes took action this morning against the continued development of the Adani Carmichael Coal Mine.

Wilsons River flood peak and flooding not expected for Tweed, Rouse, Brunswick River catchments

The prediction provided by the Bureau of Meteorology expects that locals around the Wilsons River at Lismore will see the river peak this afternoon at 4.20m. However, ‘Flooding is no longer expected in the Tweed, Rouse, Brunswick River catchments.

Vote for community

From 2007 to 2020, I lived in Byron Bay. I worked as a community-based coastal and marine researcher and writer. I wrote about this...