Rodney Stevens

Rodney Stevens
  • Joined: May 2011
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Published a story 8:18am Jul 21st

IF YOU were one of many Northern Rivers residents who saw fire tankers out and about on Saturday don’t fear – RFS Volunteers were undertaking annual training.

Training exercises keep RFS volunteers ready for disasters

21 Jul 2014

IF YOU were one of many Northern Rivers residents who saw fire tankers out and about on Saturday don’t fear – RFS Volunteers were undertaking annual training.

Published a story 5:30am Jul 21st

PLANS for a retirement village, retail and medical centre adjacent to the hospital at Ewingsdale could see Byron Bay’s Local Environmental Plan amended.

DA may amend Byron’s environmental plan

21 Jul 2014

PLANS for a retirement village, retail and medical centre adjacent to the hospital at Ewingsdale could see Byron Bay’s Local Environmental Plan amended.

Published a story 10:10am Jul 19th

Fire forces Lismore airport closure

19 Jul 2014

A grass and scrub fire forced the closure of Lismore airport and the diversion of a flight this morning.

Published a story 7:14pm Jul 18th

NORTH Coast Federal MPs have spent more than $400,000 of taxpayers’ dollars on airfares, office fit- outs and chauffer-driven cars in just six months.

Local politicians cost $400,000 in six months

19 Jul 2014

NORTH Coast Federal MPs have spent more than $400,000 of taxpayers’ dollars on airfares, office fit- outs and chauffer-driven cars in just six months.

Published a story 7:35am Jul 18th

AS ARCHIE Roach performed his hit When a Child Was Born at Southern Cross University Lismore NAIDOC week celebrations yesterday you could feel the love.

Deadly Awards funding cut 'devastating', says Archie Roach

18 Jul 2014

AS ARCHIE Roach performed his hit When a Child Was Born at Southern Cross University Lismore NAIDOC week celebrations yesterday you could feel the love.

Published a story 6:26am Jul 18th

A BYRON Bay company wants to build more than 200 affordable and sustainable units at Goonellabah worth more than $20 million.

$20m affordable, sustainable development proposed for G'bah

18 Jul 2014

A BYRON Bay company wants to build more than 200 affordable and sustainable units at Goonellabah worth more than $20 million.

Published a story 11:29am Jul 17th

A MAN and a woman arrested at Casino last night are due to face Lismore Local Court today for multiple alleged fraud and drug offences.

Arrest after man caught stuffing meth down pants

17 Jul 2014

A MAN and a woman arrested at Casino last night are due to face Lismore Local Court today for multiple alleged fraud and drug offences.

Published a story 5:56am Jul 17th

SPLENDID things are on the horizon for Byron band Tora, with the five-piece outfit set to hit the main stage at Splendour after winning Triple-J Unearthed.

Byron band Tora to play Splendour after winning Unearthed

17 Jul 2014

SPLENDID things are on the horizon for Byron band Tora, with the five-piece outfit set to hit the main stage at Splendour after winning Triple-J Unearthed.

Published a story 5:30am Jul 17th

THE man found guilty of murdering toddler Tanilla Deaves in 2011 has lodged an intention with the Supreme Court to appeal his conviction and sentence.

Toddler-killer Warren Ross wants to get out of jail early

17 Jul 2014

THE man found guilty of murdering toddler Tanilla Deaves in 2011 has lodged an intention with the Supreme Court to appeal his conviction and sentence.

Published a story 4:53am Jul 16th

A FORMER Woodlawn, teacher charged with 36 child sex offences could face a bedside hearing this morning after suffering a self-inflicted stab wound.

Accused paedophile in hospital with self-inflicted wound

16 Jul 2014

A FORMER Woodlawn, teacher charged with 36 child sex offences could face a bedside hearing this morning after suffering a self-inflicted stab wound.

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