6 incredible stories you may have missed
IT HAS been a busy week for the Lismore Echo, with everything from new businesses and closures to a dire poverty report.
Here were some of our news highlights for this week you may have missed.
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Flood mitigation begins
"THE levee alone will not keep floodwaters out of our CBD... flood mitigation work will go a long way to protecting our city from future floods.”
New cannabis facility
UP TO 100 new jobs will be created at a multi-million dollar medicinal cannabis operation in the Lismore area, and construction is already under way.
"I SAW potential with the old shop and the location... it's a beautiful community here.”
Tough reality for Lismore residents
MANY Northern Rivers communities have higher rates of poverty than both the state and national averages.
New future for Lismore restaurant
A POPULAR Lismore restaurant has closed its doors, but it's not goodbye -- they have revealed big plans for a vacant site in the CBD.
Complaints raised over controversial sign
BILLBOARD is advertising for theatre group's award-winning play