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Lismore City Council News East Lismore man fined $3000 for dog attack

January 31st, 2019
East Lismore man fined $3000 for dog attack An East Lismore man has been fined $3000 and ordered to pay more than $1500 in court costs after his dog attacked an elderly man. The man was walking in East Lismore last November when he was attacked by the dog and was forced to defend himself with a walking stick. Lism

THOMAS GEORGE MP $162,337 HELPS BUILD A STRONGER LISMORE

November 28th, 2018
$162,337 HELPS BUILD A STRONGER LISMORE Ten projects in Lismore have today secured $162,337 in funding for projects through the NSW Government’s 2018 Community Building Partnership Program. Member for Lismore, Thomas George said the State Government funds will support the great work of the North Coast National A

EXTREME GREENS NO FRIEND OF THE FARMER

November 27th, 2018
EXTREME GREENS NO FRIEND OF THE FARMER Nationals Candidate for Lismore Austin Curtin has criticised the Greens after they once again supported comments condemning the cattle industry. The Greens candidate for Page recently posted on social media that “cattle don’t belong on this land and the cost of supporting

GULAPTIS WELCOMES 1500 NEW COPS ACROSS THE STATE

November 20th, 2018
GULAPTIS WELCOMES 1500 NEW COPS ACROSS THE STATE Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has welcomed today’s announcement by the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government of the allocation of 1500 new police officers across the state. Mr Gulaptis used a speech in Parliament on 26 September pledging his support for more

REFURBISHED EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AT URBENVILLE MPS OFFICIALLY OPEN

November 19th, 2018
REFURBISHED EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AT URBENVILLE MPS OFFICIALLY OPEN Member for Lismore Thomas George has officially opened the newly refurbished Urbenville Multi-Purpose Service Emergency Department at a community open day. The refurbishments were part of $430,000 funding from the NSW Government aimed at improving t

Flood funding boosts business confidence in Lismore

November 9th, 2018
Flood funding boosts business confidence in Lismore Lismore Mayor Isaac Smith has welcome the announcement of $8.2 million from the NSW Government for food mitigation works, saying it could bolster renewed business growth. The flood mitigation funds will be used to excavate 410,000 cubic metres of soil from behind th

Lismore City Council News Free Christmas fun at 2018 Carols in the Heart

November 9th, 2018
Free Christmas fun at 2018 Carols in the Heart Aria award-winning singer-songwriter Samantha Jade has been announced as the headline act for this year’s Shopbaby Carols in the Heart. Samantha Jade won the fourth season of The X Factor Australia and has gone on to have a successful music and acting career. Samanth

Lismore City Council News Rural Landholder Initiative grant round now open

November 8th, 2018
Rural Landholder Initiative grant round now open Expressions of Interest for round six of Lismore City Council’s Rural Landholder Initiative small grants program are now open. The program is open to landholders with rural properties bigger than two hectares who wish to improve their land through ecological restor

Annual African football friendly builds community

November 7th, 2018
Annual African football friendly builds community Lismore City Council staff will be looking to retain their trophy when the African All Stars vs Lismore Legends annual soccer match kicks off on Thursday, 8 November. The Council team ended a three-year losing streak in 2017 and Mayor Isaac Smith, a keen soccer play

Pacific Highway – Woolgoolga To Ballina Upgrade Reaches Halfway Point

November 7th, 2018
Pacific Highway – Woolgoolga To Ballina Upgrade Reaches Halfway Point The Pacific Highway upgrade between Woolgoolga and Ballina is now 50 per cent complete, with ongoing works continuing to improve safety and travel times, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Importantly, we have already seen a halving o

Dairy code consultations in Lismore

November 7th, 2018
Dairy code consultations in Lismore Dairy farmers, processors and representative organisations are encouraged to have their say to help shape Australia's first mandatory dairy code in consultation in Lismore later this month. Member for Page Kevin Hogan urged local farmers and stakeholders to take part and help imp

HUGE SAVINGS IN REGO COSTS FOR CLARENCE & RICHMOND VALLEY ADVENTURERS

October 31st, 2018
HUGE SAVINGS IN REGO COSTS FOR CLARENCE & RICHMOND VALLEY ADVENTURERS Grey nomads, families and adventurers in the Clarence and Richmond Valleys can expect to see huge savings on registration costs with a 40% discount kicking in from tomorrow, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced. Mr Gulaptis s

SHOT IN THE ARM FOR CLARENCE AND RICHMOND VALLEY PHARMACISTS

October 30th, 2018
SHOT IN THE ARM FOR CLARENCE AND RICHMOND VALLEY PHARMACISTS South Grafton pharmacist Michael Troy has had his wish granted with the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government agreeing to expand significantly the scope of pharmacist-led vaccinations, according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. “Michael got in t

NIMBIN NEWS Compensation claim over food safety closure defeated

October 30th, 2018
Compensation claim over food safety closure defeated Lismore City Council will not be required to pay compensation to a Nimbin café after it successfully defended its decision to close the premises while improvements to food health and safety standards were made. The Contented Tummy in Nimbin was closed for nine d

Ballina Shire Australia Day Awards

October 19th, 2018
Ballina Shire Australia Day Awards Heroes may not wear a cape and mask but they often go about their good deeds without too much fanfare. You might come across them daily, or maybe only every so often - but local heroes make an impression through the positive contribution they make locally, nationally or even inter

Kevin Hogan PM Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

October 12th, 2018
Recognising our Local Sporting Champions Will 14-year-old hockey players Alana Albertini, Skyla Davis and Georgia Brown one day play for the Hockeyroos Will 15-year-olds Gabriella Hill, Makeala Scott represent Australia and Faith Pittman one day represent Australia on the Olympic athletics track, and will 16-year-old

FUNDING BOOST FOR KEY PROJECTS AT EVANS HEAD

October 12th, 2018
FUNDING BOOST FOR KEY PROJECTS AT EVANS HEAD RICHMOND Valley Council has welcomed $495,649 in funding from the NSW Government which will go towards the development of Evans Head’s Stan Payne Oval and the enhancement of Main Beach. Making the announcement today in Evans Head, Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis sai
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