Walk for human rights and refugees

People concerned about the plight of refugees can gather in Magellan St tomorrow morning

'Everyone knew her and everyone loved her'

A photo of Amanda Nash and her daughter Bonnie, posted on the GoFundMe fundraising page.

Crash victim's parents remember their "shining star"

10 years on: Death of four boys 'still so raw'

The memorial along Broken Head Road near Suffolk Park for the Southern Cross LADS.

In tomorrow's paper, we talk to the families about ongoing grief

Civil Dusk success is support for local project

ARIA NOMINATION: Bernard Fanning's latest offering Civil Dusk has been nominated for four ARIA awards this year.

Bernard Fanning's third solo album nominated for four ARIA awards

Swimming spots that could cause vomiting, diarrhoea, fever

Swimmers at the mouth of the Evans River.

Health risks include vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, headaches, fevers

WARNING: How to avoid deadly diseases during bat season

Bat breeding season is under way.

Health authorities concerned about people being exposed to sick bats

Fundraising for Amanda Nash's family now tops $30,000

Amanda Nash and her daugher, Bonnie, at Lennox Head.

$30,000 raised for family of woman killed in crash

Groundbreaking 'super oyster' trial under way at Ballina

Three strains of Sydney rock oysters, bred by the DPI at Port Stephens for increased disease resistance, are being trialled in the Richmond River at Ballina.

Disease-resistant oysters to be grown in "toughest conditions"

Emily's portrait of a landscape

ART SHOW: Emily Imeson's Portraits of Landscapes opens tonight. The young artist has been awarded an Arts NSW scholarship.

Artist Emily Imeson is turning the landscape art world on its head

What does 'home' mean to you?

What does the concept of home mean to you. A new exhibition will show what it means to four contemporary artists.

Special guest curators present All New Home

Aged pension changes: What they may mean for you

What do the aged pension changes mean for you?

Will the new assets test cost you cash?

Bluesfest director not happy with costs for touring artists

NOT HAPPY: Bluesfest director said events such as Vivid Sydney will have an unfair advantage over festivals organised locally.

Bluesfest boss said government festivals will pay zero on visas

'Fire risk': Subaru to recall more than 22,000 cars

MY11 Subaru WRX STI Spec.R sedan front.

Modified or not, Subarus should be monitored

Eco adventure business wins tourism award

The Urbenville property, Levuka Rainforest Recreation Park has won a coveted business award.

Busines rewarded with the 2016 Business and Tourism award

Reserve Bank makes decision on your interest rates

The unemployment rate fell, part-time work is growing, says the RBA

Do you really need to work to pay your home loan?

Should you really take out that loan?

Neumann vows to back JBS workers

The ongoing dispute between JBS Dinmore and workers continues.

Federal MP to meet with company's management

APLNG 'overly stretched' Origin's resources: CEO

LNG FUKUROKUJU is purpose built to carry LNG from the APLNG facility at Curtis Island to Kansai Electric facility in Japan.

Despite posting big losses this year, Origin confident in LNG

Cherrabah's mega resort plans axed

PLANS for a massive development at Cherrabah have been scrapped.

Turmeric paste turns farmers' luck

GROWING BUSINESS: Gjenie and Michael Erbacher did not know what turmeric looked like eight years ago but Mrs Erbachers Turmeric Paste has now proven popular.

Home-grown, home-made turmeric paste proves popular

Dusit Thani finance crisis 'just a small hiccup'

ON TRACK: Springfield Land Chairman, Maha Sinnathamby, Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale, Developer Richard Turner and Springfield Land Deputy Chairman, Bob Sharpless, at the recent resort sod turning ceremony.

Property developer says project remains firmly on track

Heavyweight enters real estate market

Des Besanko principal and director of Raine and Horne Springfield.

Major rebranding which has seen two big name brands merge

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part II

GREEN objectives out of reach as folk in La-La land commit ultimate act of madness - they're in denial.

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part I

(L-R) Police Commissioner Grant Stevens, SA Premier Jay Weatherill and SA Emergency Chief Chris Beattie speak to the media during a press conference in Adelaide, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. South Australia is coming back to life after severe weather damaged energy infrastructure, shutting down the entire electricity network and plunging the state into darkness. High winds are being blamed for bringing down at least 22 transmission towers in the mid-north on Wednesday with about 80,000 lightning strikes hitting the state, some damaging generation facilities. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

GALES of self-interest blow from every direction

LETTERS: You have your say on the shark situation

Our readers have plenty to say about the shark situation on the North Coast.

You have had plenty to say on the shark situation on the North Coast

OPINION: Tostee Tinder date death exposes big problem

Gable Tostee and Warriena Wright inside his 14th floor Surfers Paradise apartment just hours before the New Zealand tourist plummeted to her death from the balcony

What on earth was Warriena Wright thinking?

Davidson family deaths: Let’s stop eulogising a killer

Elisa and Martin Manrique who were killed by their father Fernando Manrique.

OPINION: There is no justifying the murder of Elisa and Martin

How could anyone kill an animal and drive off: Opinion

Whether it be a dog, cat or kangaroo it's animal cruelty.

Nursing home carer 'heard moaning' before residents died

Carer testifies she first met accused double-murderer Megan Jean Haines the night before two elderly residents died.

Greyhound racing ban 'question of when, not if'

NSW Premier Mike Baird (left) standing next to Deputy Premier Troy Grant, answers a question during a press conference concerning the on-off ban on greyhound racing in NSW.

Mike Baird called coward and warned greyhound industry will fall

Shark girl says North Coast shark situation "not normal”

SHARK GIRL. Madison 'Madi' Stewart

Shark educator warns people to "stay out of the water"

UPDATE: $5m worth of drugs and firearms seized from bikies

Strike Force Areas raids targeting outlaw motorcycle gangs on the Northern Rivers.

Charges laid will see three people in court today.

WATCH: Shocking footage captures 'coward punch' attack

CCTV footage of the incident shows the punch being thrown (top), the victim lying on the ground (top right), his mother intervening (middle) and the aftermath.

"He could have killed my son right there on the footpath."

Family's new arrival in face of tragedy

NEW ARRIVAL: The husband of the late Jodie Spears, James Spears, looks on with his sisters-in-law Mel Small and Kylie Murdoch with Mel's new baby Brodie. Jodie Spears passed away the night before her sister gave birth.

Date set for the funeral of crash victim Jodie Spears

VIDEO: Supermarket staff feel like they've lost a sister

The Facebook profile of Jodie Jeffs Spears, pictured with her husband James Spears.

"We thought of her a family, we feel like we've lost a sister."

Police defend Riverlink traffic ticket

POLICE Photo Kate Darvall/ South Burnett Times

Woman furious after being slapped with whopper fine

Judge hands down heavy sentence for Tia's killer

Tia Maria Jayne Landers was last seen in mid-June. Her body was found at Roys Rd Beerwah on July 3.

Queensland judge extends sentence for sadistic killer

Death of footballer sparks drug warning from police

Tributes are flowing for Riki Stephens.  Photo: Dylan McCutcheon / Facebook

Riki Stephens was one of about 16 people affected last weekend

Who was Warriena Wright?

Gable Tostee (right)  logged back on to Tinder just days after Rrie Wright's death.

Wright was more than just the girl who fell from a balcony

Push to liberate Mosul going faster than planned

Members of Iraq's elite counter-terrorism forces  advance towards the city of Mosul.

The offensive to liberate Mosul from IS is going faster than planned

'Sophisticated' pedophile gets 24 years jail

Former dance studio director and instructor Grant Davies is unloaded from a Corrective Services van at Burwood Local court, in Sydney, Monday, Dec. 15, 2014. Davies has been charged with 63 offences relating to 10 of his former students, including 20 counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child under the age of 16. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts)

Pedophile dance teacher operated out of Sydney studio

Centrelink complaints increase by almost 50%

Complaints to Centrelink have been up in 2015-16.

Complaints to the Commonwealth Ombudsman about Centrelink increased.

Two children found stabbed to death

Forensic officers at a home in Perth where the bodies of two children were found. A man is in hospital with severe stab wounds.

Two children found dead in alleged murder

WATCH: Trailer for Jackman's final Wolverine film released

First trailer for the last Wolverine film with Hugh Jackman.

Thrilling trailer promises a dark, dystopian finale for Wolverine

WATCH: Endangered black rhino born at Iowa zoo

Baby Rhino born in Iowa zoo.

Baby rhino capturing hearts across the world

Donald Trump accused of sexual assault by another woman

Karena Virginia said the Republican presidential candidate groped her during a US Open tennis tournament in 1998

He said, ‘Hey, look at this one... Look at those legs.''

Mentally ill man to be executed after court rules

Court rules schizophrenia does not qualify as a “mental disorder”

Homeless addict pleads for jail time

An amphetamine addict in New Zealand says he should be locked up to protect the community.

A homeless New Zealand drug addict pleads to be jailed

VIDEO: Girls forced to wade through muddy snake pit

Girls forced to wade through murky snake pit in Malaysia. Source Youtube screenshot

Malaysia suspends children's program that involved muddy snake pit

Did our government really just say this to Donald Trump?

It really doesn't seem to be Trump's week.

Teflon Mike looks scuffed up, but he is still our PM in waiting

NSW Premier Mike Baird may be twisted up like a pretzel but he still has the look of a future prime minister.

Backpedalling like a cliff-top unicyclist, Baird is still future PM

'Most annoying twins' don't care about label

Paula and Bridgette Powers from the Twinnies Pelican and Seabird Rescue with young Magpie Geese.

Paula and Bridgette Powers share their lives as almost one person.

Hitch-hiking koala helped across the road by police

What does a koala and Usain Bolt have in common?

Selma Blair blames flight outburst on 'psychotic blackout'

Selma Blair

"I am someone who should never drink, and I rarely do"

Picking on the great music

COUNTRY BLUES: The Wilson Pickers - Sime Nugent, Danny Widdicombe, John Bedggood, Ben Salter and Andrew Morris.

Wilson Pickers launch new album, You Can't Catch Fish From a Train

Bob Dylan acknowledges Nobel Prize win

Bob Dylan has finally acknowledged his Nobel Prize win

Pop Crimes committed locally

COMING SOON: Australian artist Rhyece O'Neill.

Inaugural Pop Crimes Festival will be held in Billinudgel

CCTV footage surfaces of Kim Kardashian West's robbers

The blurry footage shows three men on bikes and two on foot

Cathriona White's mother claims to have Jim Carrey's results

Jim Carrey and late ex-girlfriend Cathriona White

SHE claims Carrey exposed White to herpes, chlamydia, Hepatitis A