Echo makes its presence felt in Casino

The Northern Rivers Echo has made a commitment to provide more news and entertainment for residents of Richmond Valley, and as of this week The Echo can be seen in local letterboxes once a month.

On the fourth Thursday of every month, immediately following Richmond Valley Councils Tuesday meeting, The Echo will be delivered into all homes in Casino. This will give locals a chance to see whats happening in their neck of the woods without leaving the lounge room.

We have been delivering bundles of papers to Casino ever since The Echo began 15 years ago, but we realise the demand is out there, and we really wanted to cater for that, said The Echos general manager, Heather Williams. While Richmond Valley related stories run in the paper on a regular basis, The Echo will make a special effort to have extra Richmond Valley news and events covered in our fourth issue every month. We cover a wide range of topics and events, and its a great way for Casino residents to stay informed on whats happening at a grass roots level in their community.

The letterbox deliveries begin this week, so have a browse through the paper for Richmond Valley news, and also check out the special Casino feature on pages 20 and 21 of this weeks paper.


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