Blokes welcome at Toastmasters

Blokes welcome at Toastmasters

Ron Whittaker and Norm Burling want some more male company at the moment they are the only men amongst around a dozen women at Ballina Birdwing Toastmasters Club.

The club helps people learn good communication skills in a supportive environment and its lots of fun.

The club meets every second and fourth Tuesday (next meeting April 11) at the Ballina RSL Club at 10am. Women are welcome too, of course. For more information phone Ron on 6628 3381.

Emergency plan on display

Lismore Councils draft Emergency Risk Management Plan is on public exhibition until April 28 and Council is keen for community feedback.

The plan looks at how to respond to a major disaster and Council would like comments from residents.

People can see the draft plan on Councils website at www.lismore.nsw.gov.au or at their offices in Magellan Street and Goonellabah, public libraries, and most general stores in surrounding towns.S

ent comments to the Local Emergency Management Officer, Lismore City Council, PO Box 23A, Lismore, NSW, 2480.


Community groups rally for homeless

Community groups rally for homeless

Community groups rally for homeless at the Winsome

Art recognises the memory

Art recognises the memory

Gallery plays host to new Art & Dementia Program

Give me Fisherman's Co-op over swanksville any day

Give me Fisherman's Co-op over swanksville any day

hygge is the Danish word for enjoying life's simple pleasures

Local Partners