Dont be a dummy slow down!

Caniaba Public School principal Rick Healy and students Rowdy Runge, 7, and Zoe Richardson, 6, with two of the mannequins outside their school designed to remind motorists to abide by the posted 40kph speed zone now that schools back for 2008.

Lismore City Council, in partnership with the school, is using the mannequins dressed in school uniforms to get drivers to slow down. A Council spokesperson said the school zone speed limits will be enforced by police and Council rangers, and an advisory speed trailer will be located near schools in coming weeks as a pre-warning to motorists.


NYE colours Lismore at Fruitopia

NYE colours Lismore at Fruitopia

SugarCane cuts a colourful swath at Fruitopia

When business thrives flow through is felt

When business thrives flow through is felt

A cluster of businesses create a hub and investors move in

No man's land loves active wear

No man's land loves active wear

"WHEN travelling it is important to wear the right clothing.

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