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NEW HOSPITAL HELIPAD FOR NORTHERN NSW

November 3rd, 2018
NEW HOSPITAL HELIPAD FOR NORTHERN NSW Residents in Northern NSW will benefit from a new $750,000 helipad at Maclean District Hospital announced today, ensuring the rapid transfer of patients to hospitals. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis said the new helipad would be delivered in th

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

Kevin Hogan opens Christensens Bridge

October 30th, 2018
Kevin Hogan opens Christensens Bridge Motorists, school children and farmers using Afterlee Road will now have a safer and easier trip after the old wooden Christensens Bridge was replaced with a new steel truss bridge, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Kyogle Council asked me for help in funding the rep

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

News Richmond Valley NSW Broadwater shared pathway open for business

October 19th, 2018
Broadwater shared pathway open for business THERE was a small yet enthusiastic crowd present last week at the ribbon cutting for the new Broadwater shared pathway by Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis and Richmond Valley Council Mayor Robert Mustow. The $1 million pathway, funded from the NSW Government’s Active Tr

Workshops for Staying Safe on the Road Over 65

October 18th, 2018
Workshops for Staying Safe on the Road Over 65 Ballina Shire Council will be running ‘Over 65’ workshops to provide information and tips to improve safety when out and about on or near roads in Ballina Shire. Presentations will include: · Safety on the road over 65 · Community transport services · Driver

Richmond Valley businesses shine through

October 15th, 2018
Richmond Valley businesses shine through RICHMOND Valley Council has congratulated the local winners of Saturday’s Northern Rivers Regional Business Awards, saying they are a major driver in attracting people to live, work and visit our region. The Business Awards gala event was held at Elements of Byron and cele

Urbenville Multi-Purpose Service named as finalist in NSW Health Awards

October 15th, 2018
Urbenville Multi-Purpose Service named as finalist in NSW Health Awards The Urbenville Multi-Purpose Service has been recognised in the 2018 NSW Health Awards for improving residents’ quality of life thanks to a program aimed at creating a homelier environment. As part of the program, the team implemented actions

Grafton News FREE ROAD SAFETY WORKSHOPS IN GRAFTON

October 15th, 2018
FREE ROAD SAFETY WORKSHOPS IN GRAFTON Road users in the Clarence Valley are invited to attend two separate road safety workshops being held in Grafton on Monday 29 October, Clarence Nationals MP has announced. The first workshop is aimed at helping older road users learn about changes to licensing rules and will ru

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

Works commence for Lake Ainsworth Southern Precinct

October 12th, 2018
Works commence for Lake Ainsworth Southern Precinct On Tuesday 16 October, Ballina Shire Council will commence stage one of planned works to upgrade Lake Ainsworth’s Foreshore. This stage of works will focus on the southern precinct and will include formalising car parking, reconstructing the southern road and bi

THOMAS GEORGE MP GIRDER DELIVERIES FOR THE NEW TABULAM BRIDGE

October 11th, 2018
GIRDER DELIVERIES FOR THE NEW TABULAM BRIDGE Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions from next Monday on the Pacific Highway at Woodburn, and also on Coraki Road and the Bruxner Highway between Casino and Tabulam. Twelve large bridge girders will be transported under police escort from Brisbane via the

Lismore City Council Nominations open for Sister City Advisory Panel

October 11th, 2018
Lismore City Council Nominations open for Sister City Advisory Panel Lismore City Council is calling for expressions of interest to join its Sister City Advisory Panel. The Panel oversees and provides guidance on key aspects of Council’s cultural relationships, from student exchange programs to cross-cultural vis

Behind the scenes of wastewater treatment

October 10th, 2018
Behind the scenes of wastewater treatment This National Water Week (21 – 27 October 2018), Ballina Shire Council will open their Wastewater Treatment Plant gates to show the community where your water goes and how it’s treated. “Council has four treatment plants across the Shire, which run 365 days a year

$163,500 UPGRADE TO AMENITIES AT GLENREAGH RESERVE WELCOMED

October 10th, 2018
$163,500 UPGRADE TO AMENITIES AT GLENREAGH RESERVE WELCOMED The amenities at Glenreagh’s public recreation reserve will receive a welcome upgrade thanks to a $163,500 grant from the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced. Mr Gulaptis visited the grounds this mo

Biodiversity brekkie serves up gratitude and inspiration

October 10th, 2018
Biodiversity brekkie serves up gratitude and inspiration Forty-six local volunteers joined Lismore City Council for a Biodiversity Volunteers Breakfast on Saturday, 6 October at the South Lismore Duck Pond Landcare site. The special event was a celebration to thank the dedicated community volunteers who give their

March Against Violence

October 10th, 2018
March Against Violence Come and join us in a MARCH AGAINST VIOLENCE on the 8th of November at 10:15, meeting at Graham Place in Casino. (Next to the council chambers) The Richmond Valley Local Government Area is one of the highest in the state for rates of domestic violence, and those statistics are only based on rep

Field day explores boosting macca potential with native bees

October 9th, 2018
Field day explores boosting macca potential with native bees Using native bees for macadamia pollination is not just good for biodiversity, it can also increase productivity and yield by upward of 35%. Local farmers can learn more about the benefits of native bees for pollination at the Healthy Farms and Produc

November Exhibitions Launch Event Thursday 25 October 2018

October 8th, 2018
November Exhibitions Launch Event Thursday 25 October 2018 Northern Rivers Community Gallery (NRCG) Ballina launches four exciting new exhibitions this month and welcomes community and visitors to join us in the Gallery. Between Time | Allen Koppe In his exhibition “Between Time”, Allen has used long exp
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