POLICE divers and PolAir are expected to arrive at South Ballina this afternoon to help after a car plunged into the river.
FROM changed highway conditions, to grants for writers, you’ll find it all here.
ELECTION candidate asks why growing cannabis in one state has been decriminalised, while next door, it’s a criminal offence.
A TRUCK has rolled on the Summerland Way this afternoon.
QUARTERLY billing cycles mean water leaks may not be detected for months, wasting water and money.
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IT STARTED with a photograph ‒ a single black and white photo in the newspaper, a moment captured in time.
AS WE scour through the hundreds of copies of The Northern Star printed since 1876 in preparation for the final print edition, a couple of things become apparent ‒ firstly, change is inevitable, but overwhelmingly, the desire to share stories remains as strong as ever.
“A WEEK ago it was the end of it all. The past week, things have come alive.”
I have worked at The Northern Star for 16 years, as a photographer and now, a digital producer. I love that our work gives us the opportunity to help and inform people in a changing world.