SIMON Hartley is one of many forward-thinking residents of our region doing some impressive sustainable living experiments in their homes and yards.
HAVING just spent $50,000 to restore their bell tower and to do some much needed work on the roof, it’s fundraising time for the Lismore Presbyterian Church.
LISMORE’S legendary back alleys continued their transformation from neglected to celebrated with the third annual Back Alley Gallery street party on Saturday.
A DEPLETED Lismore Workers secured a top three finish after holding on for a torrid 1-0 away win over minor premiers Byron Bay in FNC Premier League football.
AS a child, Nimbin's Martin McKenna said he escaped family violence by running away and living in an abandoned barn for several years with a pack of stray dogs.
UPDATE: Emergency services have successfully cleared a rolled truck as of 12.40pm
A SENIOR Lismore prosecutor who worked for the United Nations and prosecuted crimes in Bosnia will be appointed a NSW District Court Judge.
BATTLING the Black Dog is a fight John Brogden, like thousands of Australians, has struggled with for years.
A DYNAMIC new production by Norpa will hit Lismore City Hall stage courtesy of a $70,000 performing arts grant from the NSW Government.
AS SOUTHERN Cross University prepares to celebrate their 20th anniversary this weekend, they’re also celebrating some fantastic statistics.
THE plan for a network of mountain bike trails planned for construction in Lismore is cycling along, with community consultation being held yesterday afternoon.
NORTHERN Rivers Echo editor Melissa Gulbin shares her experience of Wednesday night's heavy rain in a REX plan trying to land at Lismore.
EUREKA Public School students performed as part of the Lismore Performing Arts Festival.
A HUGE tree blocked the path of an ambulance transporting a nursing home resident to hospital as heavy rain and strong winds lashed the Northern Rivers.
LISMORE Brothers baseball player Matt Wyatt has admitted he is battling a serious addiction.
IN THE Star’s coverage of the first O Week at SCU in 1994, Noreen Ame (now Noreen Chambers) was pictured checking out her new course material.
STREET artists have been adorning the back alleys of Lismore for three years now as part of a council-sponsored promotion.
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