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Ballina Council End of Lennox One-Way Traffic Trial

April 15th, 2019
End of Lennox One-Way Traffic Trial Ballina Shire Council has approved the end of the Lennox Head Village One-Way Traffic Trial. Following representations from the Lennox Head Business Chamber, an extraordinary Council meeting was held on Monday 15 April 2019 to consider feedback from the Lennox business community an

NORTH COAST SUPPLIERS TO SHINE IN INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE

April 12th, 2019
NORTH COAST SUPPLIERS TO SHINE IN INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE Some of the North Coast region’s tourism products and experiences were show this week at the country’s largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event, Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE). Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism and Major Events and

Hogan says election will be about integrity, jobs and cost of living

April 11th, 2019
Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan has welcomed the calling of the election on May 18. "It is a great honour to be our community’s representative in Canberra. I have and always will have, our community’s interests front and centre." “In this role it is about integrity, I say what I believe and I do what

$53 million investment in the future of Kyogle

April 9th, 2019
$53 million investment in the future of Kyogle Kyogle Council Mayor Danielle Mulholland described Council’s $53 million 2019/2020 budget as an investment in the future of Kyogle. “We have exceeded expectations in securing grant funding and continue to deliver on our most ambitious capital works program ever,” C

Another win for community as second West Byron development rejected

April 9th, 2019
Another win for community as second West Byron development rejected Member for Ballina Tamara Smith has welcomed the decision by the Northern Regional Planning Panel (NRPP) to unanimously refuse the proposed West Byron development application to subdivide 9 lots into 282 residential lots at Ewingsdale Rd and Melaleuca

Water restrictions ease for Casino and surrounds

April 8th, 2019
WATER restrictions for residents who receive a town water supply will be eased back to level one from Wednesday, with much-needed rainfall providing relief from losses during the recent dry conditions. The easing of water restrictions has been made possible following 220mm of rain in March, replenishing the Richmon

A Budget for our Community

April 3rd, 2019
A Budget for our Community “Great news in the budget for local projects. $332 million allocated this year and $221 million next year to complete the duplication of the Pacific Highway by 2020, the Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Also both the Regional Growth Fund and the Building Better Regions Fund ha

Kevin Hogan MP 200 million dollars to reduce out of pocket costs for scans

March 21st, 2019
$200 million to reduce out of pocket costs for scans The out-of-pocket medical expenses will be reduced for families needing life-saving scans like ultrasounds and X-rays with an almost $200 million investment, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “It is the first time in 20 years the indexation of Medicare Be

KEVIN HOGAN MP Pensioners to receive increase in payments

March 20th, 2019
Pensioners to receive increase in payments Pension payments including the Age Pension, Disability Support Pension and Carer Payment will increase by $9.90 a fortnight to $926.20 for singles, and by $14.80 a fortnight to $1,396.20 for couples combined, the Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Since we were fir

Kevin Hogan welcomes end of $1 milk

March 20th, 2019
Kevin Hogan welcomes end of $1 milk Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan has welcomed the announcement that Coles and Aldi will stop selling $1 a litre milk. “I applaud this decision and the work done by Agriculture Minister David Littleproud in breaking the back of the $1 a litre milk model,” he said. “It’s

LABOR WAGES WAR ON NORTH COAST SENIORS

March 19th, 2019
LABOR WAGES WAR ON NORTH COAST SENIORS It has been revealed NSW Labor have launched a cost of living attack on North Coast seniors as was revealed in Labor’s budget impact statement released on Monday. Member for Tweed Geoff Provest condemned Labor for the unprecedented attack, which unfairly targets seniors and re

LISMORE ONE STEP CLOSER TO FLOOD FREE FUTURE

March 18th, 2019
LISMORE ONE STEP CLOSER TO FLOOD FREE FUTURE A major effort to reduce the flood risk facing businesses and residents in Lismore has begun with Member for Lismore Thomas George, Nationals Candidate for Lismore Austin Curtin and Lismore City Council (LCC) Mayor Isaac Smith turning the first sod on Lismore’s flood miti

Students complete flag project for new Ballina Coast High School

March 11th, 2019
Students complete flag project for new High School Ballina Coast High School now has a set of brand new flags for ceremonies to go with their brand new buildings. Students Chloe Pratt and Lachlan Miller took part in the Youth Frontiers programme and decided their project would be to gather new flags to be used at on

Lismore News Get your jam on with Wild Marmalade at Eat the Street

February 22nd, 2019
Get your jam on with Wild Marmalade at Eat the Street Fill up your ears as well as your belly at this year’s Eat the Street food festival and head to the Southern Cross University music stage to be entertained all day and late into the evening. The 2019 Eat the Street music line-up includes performances by the Yout

NSW SES NORTHERN SANDBAGS AVAILABLE IN PREPERATION FOR CYCLONE OMA

February 22nd, 2019
SANDBAGS AVAILABLE IN PREPERATION FOR CYCLONE OMA As the Northern Rivers continues to prepare for the effects of Tropical Cyclone Oma residents in the Tweed and Byron Shire Local Government Areas are being notified they are able to access sandbags to help in protecting their property. A Severe Weather Warning has bee

Cyclone Oma Prompts Severe Weather Warning

February 22nd, 2019
Cyclone Oma Prompts Severe Weather Warning A Severe Weather Warning has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for abnormally, high tides, damaging and hazardous surf, and damaging winds covering an area from Tweed Heads, south to Yamba as a result of Cyclone Oma. Abnormally high tides may cause sea water flooding

BEEF MEETS REEF COMES TO AN END

February 22nd, 2019
BEEF MEETS REEF COMES TO AN END It is with great regret that the Evans Head Business and Community Chamber have advised the Beef Meets Reef event held in Evans Head during the NCMC Casino Beef Week Festival is not continuing. Beef Meets Reef was held on the first Sunday of the festival, a market stall day full of fun

Austin Curtin – CURTIN CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF

February 22nd, 2019
CURTIN CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF Austin Curtin officially launched his election campaign last night, 18 months since the Tregeagle macadamia farmer was preselected as the NSW Nationals Candidate for Lismore for the 2019 state election. Mr Curtin was joined by over 200 supporters at Lismore City Hall last night, and said the

Cyclone Oma Prompts Tropical Cyclone Advice

February 21st, 2019
Cyclone Oma Prompts Tropical Cyclone Advice A Tropical Cyclone Advice has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for coastal parts of southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales. Gale force winds are developing as Tropical Cyclone Oma approaches the coast, prompting a watch zone for the area between Bundaberg
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