June 2015

Published a story 30th Jun 2015 7:16 AM

GOONELLABAH Preschool has received a government grant that will see children and teachers enjoy increased levels of comfort without blowing out the power bill.

Goonellabah Prechool project scores $22,000

GOONELLABAH Preschool has received a government grant that will see children and teachers enjoy increased levels of comfort without blowing out the power bill.

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 7:13 PM

A LISMORE woman who listed her house for let on website Air BnB says she was deceived when a prostitute started to use her home as a brothel.

Prostitute uses woman's home as brothel through AirBnb

A LISMORE woman who listed her house for let on website Air BnB says she was deceived when a prostitute started to use her home as a brothel.

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 7:42 AM

THE ULTIMATE golfer’s paradise is for sale on the Northern Rivers and for more than $2 million you’ll even get two houses and a bottle shop licence.

Ultimate golfer's paradise on market for $2m

THE ULTIMATE golfer’s paradise is for sale on the Northern Rivers and for more than $2 million you’ll even get two houses and a bottle shop licence.

Published a story 27th Jun 2015 10:05 PM

WITH the first sod turned and construction under way on the new Alstonville Pre-School the community is looking to kit out their new playground.

Help fit out a new playground

WITH the first sod turned and construction under way on the new Alstonville Pre-School the community is looking to kit out their new playground.

Published a story 27th Jun 2015 12:54 PM

DUAL-nationals convicted of certain offences would be deported if a bill tabled in parliament on Wednesday  becomes legislation.

How the plan to strip citizenship terror suspects would work

DUAL-nationals convicted of certain offences would be deported if a bill tabled in parliament on Wednesday becomes legislation.

Published a story 27th Jun 2015 9:26 AM

A SELF-confessed “serial protester” from Byron who spray painted “Shame Australia. Shame" in hot pink on Parliament House could be deported under proposed laws.

Byron Bay activist could be deported under new terror laws

A SELF-confessed “serial protester” from Byron who spray painted “Shame Australia. Shame" in hot pink on Parliament House could be deported under proposed laws.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 6:01 AM

THE Department of Primary Industries has confirmed Arthur “Woody” Vidgen’s surf ski was bitten by a great white shark off Belongil Beach on Wednesday.

Expert: shark in encounter "large enough to be a concern"

THE Department of Primary Industries has confirmed Arthur “Woody” Vidgen’s surf ski was bitten by a great white shark off Belongil Beach on Wednesday.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 11:15 AM

THE Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter has been tasked to Lennox Head to help police search for a missing person.

Chopper searches for missing person at Lennox

THE Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter has been tasked to Lennox Head to help police search for a missing person.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 8:31 AM

AIRBORNE microlights like the aircraft 59-year-old Ray Jackson crashed at Tyagarah on Tuesday have the best reputation among recreational aviators, a Byron Bay pilot has said.

Pilot: Microlights have great reputation

AIRBORNE microlights like the aircraft 59-year-old Ray Jackson crashed at Tyagarah on Tuesday have the best reputation among recreational aviators, a Byron Bay pilot has said.

Published a story 24th Jun 2015 7:35 PM

A B-DOUBLE truck driver who was hit in a double fatality at Woodburn while he was under the influence of the drug ice has been disqualified from driving.

Truckie on ice 'horrifying', but not to blame in fatal crash

A B-DOUBLE truck driver who was hit in a double fatality at Woodburn while he was under the influence of the drug ice has been disqualified from driving.

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