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Lismore Library wins award for light-hearted efforts

November 28th, 2018
Lismore Library wins award for light-hearted efforts Lismore Library has won a NSW Public Library Association Award for its involvement and efforts to enhance and promote the Lismore Lantern Parade. Lismore Library won the ‘Innovation in Outreach Services’ award for areas with a population of 30,000 to 100,000

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

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

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

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

Treasures await this Second Hand Saturday

September 13th, 2018
Treasures await this Second Hand Saturday Wondering where you can do a bit of guilt-free shopping for a fraction of the usual cost and the satisfaction that you're supporting re-use over landfill It could be as close as next door or just down the road! Second Hand Saturday this September 22 is sure to impress and k

Thomas George MP – $254,000 FOR LISMORE BASKETBALL STADIUM

September 13th, 2018
$254,000 BRINGS A NEW BOUNCE TO LISMORE BASKETBALL STADIUM Member for Lismore, Thomas George today announced $254,000 in funding to breathe new life into Lismore Basketball Stadium through round two of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. The money will fund the stadium’s insulation, new back

Northern NSW hospitals meeting high demand

September 12th, 2018
Northern NSW hospitals meeting high demand Emergency departments across Northern NSW Local Health District continued to experience high demand throughout 2018, with 428 more presentations to emergency departments across the district in April to June compared to the same period the previous year. Lynne Weir, Acting

TWO NEW SHARED PATHWAYS DESTINED FOR CASINO

September 11th, 2018
TWO NEW SHARED PATHWAYS DESTINED FOR CASINO THE Richmond Valley community is about to get a little bit fitter thanks to the NSW Government's Active Transport Program. Richmond Valley Council will receive $599,500 to construct a shared pathway along the Bruxner Highway from Foy to Wattle streets (3.5km), Casino, and

Finding Feathertails from Wires Northern Rivers NSW

September 11th, 2018
Finding Feathertails Feathertail gliders don't come into care with WIRES very often, but on one day this week WIRES rescued two of these beautiful little creatures in different circumstances. Feathertail gliders are quite secretive, and although relatively common in some areas of the Northern Rivers, they are n

A HEALTHY FUTURE FOR KYOGLE

September 6th, 2018
A HEALTHY FUTURE FOR KYOGLE A health revolution is taking over Kyogle with the official unveiling of three new outdoor gym sites and upgraded facilities, part of the $180,000 Kyogle All Active Expansion Project. The initiative joint funded by the NSW Government, Kyogle Council and Kyogle Combined Service Clubs has

LISMORE NEWS: Improved Facilities for Trinity Catholic College

September 3rd, 2018
Improved Facilities for Trinity Catholic College Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today turned the first sod on the $1.6 million upgrade of Trinity Catholic College’s Technical and Applied Studies facility following a Federal Government grant. “Once complete, this will be a wonderful new facility for student

Free activities at GSAC celebrate Women’s Health Week

August 31st, 2018
Free activities at GSAC celebrate Women’s Health Week The Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre is joining in 2018 Women’s Health Week with free activities every day from Monday, 3 September to Friday, 7 September. The Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week is a week dedicated to all women across Australia to

Nashville Live Australian Tour 2019

August 31st, 2018
Nashville Live Australian Tour 2019   For the very first time in Australia, and direct from Music City, U.S.A, the hit musical production Nashville Live delivers the energy, glamour and magic of a night out in the home of country music directly to you and totally live!   Nashville Live takes you back to t

POP THE QUESTION: R U OK? DAY IS THURSDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

August 30th, 2018
POP THE QUESTION: R U OK DAY IS THURSDAY 13 SEPTEMBER Sadly, depression and despair are no strangers to the Clarence and Richmond Valleys and that is why Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis is encouraging locals to pop the question on R U OK Day, Thursday 13 September. “We have made strong progress on mental hea

RECORD FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR CLARENCE AND RICHMOND VALLEY LIBRARIES

August 29th, 2018
RECORD FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR CLARENCE AND RICHMOND VALLEY LIBRARIES A new record $60 million investment from the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government in public libraries is terrific news for the Clarence and Richmond Valleys, according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. “Both Councils had been seeking extr

ILUKA SCHOOL KIDS NOW SAFER THANKS TO NEW PEDESTRIAN SAFETY WORKS

August 29th, 2018
ILUKA SCHOOL KIDS NOW SAFER THANKS TO NEW PEDESTRIAN SAFETY WORKS Iluka children are a little bit safer thanks to new works outside the local primary school funded by the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government, according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. “First we honoured our election promise to install fl
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