Driver charged over double fatal crash

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A man has been charged with manslaughter following the crash

‘Don’t rob Peter to pay Paul’: nurses slam bid to cut shifts

premium_icon ‘Don’t rob Peter to pay Paul’: nurses slam bid to cut shifts

Murwillumbah ED nurses reveal how proposed cuts will affect them

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Elton John's special gift to the 'Tiny Dancer' baby

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Elton John has spent half a century finding fame, yet a newborn in has taken just days to steal the limelight on his farewell tour.

How you can help create forest research

premium_icon How you can help create forest research

Researchers are looking for local landholders willing to help establish forest research field trials.

Port Arthur massacre survivor on silver lining of suffering

premium_icon Port Arthur massacre survivor on silver lining of suffering

PORT Arthur massacre survivor Walter Mikac will help launch a new book this month.

Explosive ice report calls for more injecting rooms

premium_icon Explosive ice report calls for more injecting rooms

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has been left red-faced after the professor hand-picked to solve the ice crisis slammed the state’s drug policies.

Magical glowing mushrooms popping up everywhere

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BIO LUMINESCENT mushrooms have been popping up on the Northern Rivers.


Where are all the butterflies coming from?

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IT is hard to drive anywhere and not encounter yellow butterflies flitting across the road. We speak to an expert on what species they might be and why they are here.

Village’s $5000 generosity to RFS

Village’s $5000 generosity to RFS

‘GIVING money is easy, you risk your lives for the community.’

‘Gaping hole in governance’: Why council backs Assange

premium_icon ‘Gaping hole in governance’: Why council backs Assange

THE council will write to MPs asking them to support calls to being the Wikileaks co-founder back to Australia.

Race meetings are on the move

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THE reasons why Ballina Jockey Club transferred its race meeting to Casino

Fire permits no longer needed on Far North Coast

premium_icon Fire permits no longer needed on Far North Coast

BUSH fire danger period to end early in Northern Rivers andFar North Coast areas.

Goals to play college basketball

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YOUNG athletes wanting to combine basketball and academic goals by playing overseas...

Mayor votes four times to keep razor wire fence near school

premium_icon Mayor votes four times to keep razor wire fence near school

Mayor’s casting vote used twice to keep council fighting for its razor wire fence...

Drone technology part of fatal crash scene investigation

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How this use of modern tech played a crucial role in retracing the Summerland Way...

Fisheries officers bag four anglers, 119 snapper and two cars

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MEMBER of the public alerts authorities to suspicious activity at popular fishing...

The sports most likely to see you end up in hospital

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A REPORT on sporting injuries has revealed that one in 10 is life threatening, as...

Woman accused of stabbing teacher faces court

premium_icon Woman accused of stabbing teacher faces court

A WOMAN who is alleged to have stabbed a Byron Bay Public School teacher has had...

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Thrilling action on Richmond River in memory of young sailor

premium_icon Thrilling action on Richmond River in memory of young sailor

COMPETITORS face boating hazards, surging tide and at times a lack of wind as they...

Why Alstonville’s hard to beat in water polo competition

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FRONT runners in FNC contest have well-balanced team packed with experienced...

Woodford cycling series continues

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RIDERS in the highly competitive Woodford Series powered along the hotdog course...

Ex-ALP president hit with fresh child sex charges

premium_icon Ex-ALP president hit with fresh child sex charges

ALP president faces new child sex abuse charges

No clues from doomed tanker’s cockpit audio

premium_icon No clues from doomed tanker’s cockpit audio

Investigations into crash that killed 3 US fire fighters continues

Kids helpline boosts bushfire mental health support services

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Children aged 5-25 are encouraged to call Kids Helpline

Top tips to care for your pet

Top tips to care for your pet

OWNING a dog is a big responsibility not to be taken lightly.

‘Worst point drop in history’: Market crash

‘Worst point drop in history’: Market crash

'This is a market that’s being driven completely by fear'

Coronavirus survival guide: how to protect yourself

Coronavirus survival guide: how to protect yourself

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    New Australian lion discovered

    New Australian lion discovered

    A new type of marsupial lion has been discovered

    Where you can find 63,000 new jobs in Australia

    premium_icon Where you can find 63,000 new jobs in Australia

    One group of professionals to grow 20 per cent over the next 5 years

    Aussie chain’s Australia Post battle

    Aussie chain’s Australia Post battle

    Homewares chain says Australia Post froze postal account

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    Entertainment

    MAFS implodes as stars go rogue

    MAFS implodes as stars go rogue

    MAFS implodes as contestants go rogue and spoil show

    Tiff Hall ‘furious’ over fat shaming promo

    Tiff Hall ‘furious’ over fat shaming promo

    Tiff Hall ‘furious’ over image being used without permission

    Star ordered to pay $500K for offence

    Star ordered to pay $500K for offence

    Steven Seagal pays $500K to settle SEC cryptocurrency promo case

    Pussycat Dolls’ embarrassing stage bungle

    Pussycat Dolls’ embarrassing stage bungle

    Pussycat Dolls suffer embarrassing tech bungle during live show

    Real Estate

    $2.3m housing development expected to go ahead in Bangalow

    premium_icon $2.3m housing development expected to go ahead in Bangalow

    THE proposal will be approved, subject to conditions and negotiations.

    The happiest places in Australia and QLD revealed

    The happiest places in Australia and QLD revealed

    Key to happiness is a boom that’s contagious

    ’We are suffering because of tourism’

    premium_icon ’We are suffering because of tourism’

    Tough new rules will be considered for short-term holiday rentals

    Lure of home sparks shake-up for burger chain

    premium_icon Lure of home sparks shake-up for burger chain

    Chain cuts ties with busy precinct to focus on flagship outlet

    Bachelorette contestant’s Noosa unit for sale

    Bachelorette contestant’s Noosa unit for sale

    Bachelorette contestant Jess Glasgow’s Noosa unit for sale

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    Jobs

    Jeanswest saved from brink of ruin

    Jeanswest saved from brink of ruin

    Jeanswest sold to Harbour Guidance Pty Ltd, saving 680 jobs

    $40 million project to deliver 530 new jobs

    premium_icon $40 million project to deliver 530 new jobs

    McPhee Distribution Services has started construction on project.

    Word that’s an automatic ‘career killer’

    Word that’s an automatic ‘career killer’

    Recruiter reveals the words you should ban from your CV

    Fury over ‘entitled millennial’ Aussie job ad

    Fury over ‘entitled millennial’ Aussie job ad

    ’Retail traineeship’ at NSW post office slammed on social media

    Hotel’s push to find 110 staff in 50 days

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    A hotel is seeking to hire 110 staff in 50 days.

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    Motoring

    Insane new police car revealed

    Insane new police car revealed

    Dubai’s insane police car collection to be joined by homegrown muscle

    Mum drink driving six times over with unrestrained child

    premium_icon Mum drink driving six times over with unrestrained child

    Child was climbing over car seats, mum had open bottle of wine

    Mercedes ‘risking lives’ with Takata airbag delays

    Mercedes ‘risking lives’ with Takata airbag delays

    ACCC slams Mercedes-Benz over Takata recall delays

    Shock finding on car quality, reliability

    Shock finding on car quality, reliability

    Luxury vehicle shocks in latest JD Power dependability survey

    Three skills young NSW drivers don’t know

    premium_icon Three skills young NSW drivers don’t know

    Millennial drivers putting themselves at risk

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