Regional News

Sat 14 Dec 2019

DETAILS: Woman, 22, charged after two collisions, one night

premium_icon DETAILS: Woman, 22, charged after two collisions, one night

22-year-old woman charged following two motor vehicle incidents

$1 million Hannah Cabinet to stay where it belongs

premium_icon $1 million Hannah Cabinet to stay where it belongs

“IT HAS been a major drawcard... I know it will bring people to the gallery for generations to come.”

Judo athletes recognised for their progress

premium_icon Judo athletes recognised for their progress

AFTER a successful 2019, the hard work and dedication of several judoka were recognised at the PCYC awards on Tuesday.

How this garden is bringing cheaper power to the community

premium_icon How this garden is bringing cheaper power to the community

NEW ‘solar garden’ is an Australian first, with big benefits for social housing tenants and community organisations.

Fri 13 Dec 2019

How Falls Festival organisers plan on keeping people cool

premium_icon How Falls Festival organisers plan on keeping people cool

About 25,000 campers will descend on Byron for Falls Festival at one of the hottest times of the year

Rain helps fireys, but more needed

Rain helps fireys, but more needed

THE much-needed rain is a mixed blessing on the fireground, with cloudy conditions causing problems for aviation support.

Adventurer climbs new mountain and buys rural cinema

premium_icon Adventurer climbs new mountain and buys rural cinema

The Harris’ have exciting plans for town’s much loved movie theatre

Take a peek inside three award-winning North Coast homes

premium_icon Take a peek inside three award-winning North Coast homes

TWO Northern Rivers building designers have taken out awards for their work on the houses.

Suprising thing cops found when invited to view a garden

premium_icon Suprising thing cops found when invited to view a garden

A KEEN gardener offered to show police their greenhouse where to their surprise the officers discovered a number of cannabis plants growing in pots.

Man accused of hitting victim with hockey stick refused bail

premium_icon Man accused of hitting victim with hockey stick refused bail

THE Lismore man has been accused of attacking another man with a hockey stick causing serious injury.

Collaborative new exhibition sails into Lismore

premium_icon Collaborative new exhibition sails into Lismore

National travelling exhibition featuring boats re-purposed by regional artists arrives in Lismore

'Hopefully they'll wake up in Canberra': Ex-fire chief

premium_icon 'Hopefully they'll wake up in Canberra': Ex-fire chief

Ex-fire chief reassures Clarence residents people do care and are working hard to make people listen amid worsening bushfire crisis.

Meet the woman taking her mum overseas to die

premium_icon Meet the woman taking her mum overseas to die

"SHE called me and said she wanted to end her life... of course I was very conflicted and upset".

Risks too ‘significant’ to give stabbing accused bail

premium_icon Risks too ‘significant’ to give stabbing accused bail

A WOMAN charged with stabbing a North Coast school teacher will spend Christmas in prison.

Bikie facing alleged drug supply, sexual assault charges

premium_icon Bikie facing alleged drug supply, sexual assault charges

THE 40-year-old man, who allegedly has links to The Iron Horsemen gang, had his matter mentioned in Lismore Local Court.

Thu 12 Dec 2019

Bridge to close over weekend

Bridge to close over weekend

There are planned changed traffic conditions at Colemans Bridge in Lismore over the weekend

Give new life to pre-loved toys

Give new life to pre-loved toys

NORTHERN Rivers residents are urged to shop for pre-loved toys this Christmas

When their grandma swore, this family knew they had to run

premium_icon When their grandma swore, this family knew they had to run

As the Pretty Gully fire bore down, the Wrights had a menagerie of animals to evacuate before they sought safety for themselves.

$1.2m plan to block water for drought stricken farmers

premium_icon $1.2m plan to block water for drought stricken farmers

Water may be dammed in a NSW river at risk of running dry to give drought stricken farmers who have had to watch environmental flows flood past them a reprieve.

Government is ‘worst neighbour in a fire’, says Hurford boss

premium_icon Government is ‘worst neighbour in a fire’, says Hurford boss

“With any other neighbour, you look after your side and they look after theirs, but that’s not how it works with the government”.

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