August 2019

Published a story 23rd Aug 2019 2:26 PM

WHILE the Lismore Waste Centre has been out of action, it seems sneaky bin-bandits are using their neighbours bins to dump extra rubbish.

Bin bandits and rubbish etiquette

WHILE the Lismore Waste Centre has been out of action, it seems sneaky bin-bandits are using their neighbours bins to dump extra rubbish.

Published a story 23rd Aug 2019 11:34 AM

LISMORE City Council has a number of free metal signs for business owners to use as a reminder to be vigilant about disaster preparedness.

Free flood signs available for Lismore businesses

LISMORE City Council has a number of free metal signs for business owners to use as a reminder to be vigilant about disaster preparedness.

Published a story 23rd Aug 2019 10:40 AM

AFTER a massive fire devastated the Lismore Recycling & Recovery Centre 12 days ago, council said they hope to reopen the front half of the facility next week.

Tip set to reopen after destructive fire

AFTER a massive fire devastated the Lismore Recycling & Recovery Centre 12 days ago, council said they hope to reopen the front half of the facility next week.

Published a story 23rd Aug 2019 9:14 AM

A MAGNIFICENT effort by firefighters on the ground and in the air has saved numerous rural residential properties at the Kyogle Rd fires near Uki overnight.

PHOTOS: Dramatic scenes as firies save homes from Uki blaze

A MAGNIFICENT effort by firefighters on the ground and in the air has saved numerous rural residential properties at the Kyogle Rd fires near Uki overnight.

Published a story 23rd Aug 2019 7:24 AM

THEY might be on the fast track but Australian champions Hayely Oakes and Darcy Harris are thrilled to be giving a free junior seminar at New Italy next month.

Young champs give back

THEY might be on the fast track but Australian champions Hayely Oakes and Darcy Harris are thrilled to be giving a free junior seminar at New Italy next month.

Published a story 22nd Aug 2019 2:46 PM

THE standard non-parole period for convicted arsonists is set to increase, in a further crackdown welcomed by firefighters.

CRACKDOWN: Bigger penalties to squash fire bugs

THE standard non-parole period for convicted arsonists is set to increase, in a further crackdown welcomed by firefighters.

Published a story 22nd Aug 2019 2:42 PM

NNSWLHD spent $59 million on operational costs for Mental Health Services across the district.

How does our health district compare for mental health?

NNSWLHD spent $59 million on operational costs for Mental Health Services across the district.

Published a story 22nd Aug 2019 10:48 AM

THE dynamic duo behind a business creating dream gardens comprising glamorous, exotic and drought-tolerant gardens proves cacti are the new green.

PHOTOS: The wonderful world of cacti

THE dynamic duo behind a business creating dream gardens comprising glamorous, exotic and drought-tolerant gardens proves cacti are the new green.

Published a story 22nd Aug 2019 9:07 AM

A WOMAN convicted of a high-range drink driving offence is alleged to have broken the rules around her interlock restrictions.

Driver's dumb interlock offence

A WOMAN convicted of a high-range drink driving offence is alleged to have broken the rules around her interlock restrictions.

Published a story 21st Aug 2019 1:58 PM

AFTER belching toxic smoke and then smouldering for 10 days, firefighters have revealed the time they predict the Lismore tip fire will be out.

Ten days on, firefighters say Lismore tip fire almost out

AFTER belching toxic smoke and then smouldering for 10 days, firefighters have revealed the time they predict the Lismore tip fire will be out.

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