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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

$78,000 GRANT FOR IMPROVEMENTS AT GUMMYANEY ABORIGINAL PRESCHOOL IN GRAFTON

February 13th, 2019
$78,000 GRANT FOR IMPROVEMENTS AT GUMMYANEY ABORIGINAL PRESCHOOL IN GRAFTON Children at Gummyaney Aboriginal Pre-School will have improved access to facilities following a $78,000 grant from the NSW Government to create an outdoor bathroom, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced. Mr Gulaptis was yesterday

Kitchen upgrade at Broadwater Rileys Hill Community Centre

February 12th, 2019
Kitchen upgrade at Broadwater Rileys Hill Community Centre A new kitchen at Broadwater Rileys Hill Community Centre will make life much easier for its volunteers and allow more community groups to use it, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said, announcing a grant to upgrade the facilities. “The Centre is a great

A Win for Byron Community as we lead the State of NSW

February 12th, 2019
A Win for Byron Community as we lead the State of NSW Minister Anthony Roberts met with Hon Ben Franklin and Deputy Mayor Michael Lyons today at Council Chambers in Mullumbimby to announce that the State Government have thought better of the one-size-fits all solution for holiday letting when it comes to Byron Shire.

Ballina News Alstonville Community Preschool join Food Smart Champions

October 3rd, 2018
Alstonville Community Preschool join Food Smart Champions Families and staff at Alstonville Community Preschool have joined the war on waste and are becoming Food Smart champions, learning easy ways to reduce the edible food they throw away through better shopping, planning, cooking and storage techniques. Nort

THOMAS GEORGE MP $268,956 GRANT TAKES LISMORE MOUNTAIN BIKING UP A GEAR

September 14th, 2018
$268,956 GRANT TAKES LISMORE MOUNTAIN BIKING UP A GEAR Member for Lismore Thomas George today announced $268,956 in funding to begin work on the first stage of an international standard mountain bike facility at Lismore, through round two of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. The grant will f

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

FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS AND SUPERVISORS OF LEARNER DRIVERS

September 11th, 2018
FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS AND SUPERVISORS OF LEARNER DRIVERS Parents and supervisors of learner drivers are invited to attend a free workshop in Casino this month on how to provide effective and safe practice driving sessions, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced. Mr Gulaptis said the ‘Helping Learn

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

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

NEW LAWS TO GIVE BETTER PROTECTION TO SUB-CONTRACTORS

August 30th, 2018
NEW LAWS TO GIVE BETTER PROTECTION TO SUB-CONTRACTORS Sub-contractors would be better protected financially under the NSW Government’s proposed Building and Construction Security of Payment Act according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis. “In July the Liberals and Nationals Government provided financial a

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
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