Leah White

Leah White
  • Joined: Dec 2013
  • published: 360

Published a story 6:49pm Oct 31st

EPIDEMIOLOGIST Barbara Telfer is at the forefront of the Ebola crisis.

Stepping up to stop Ebola in its tracks

1 Nov 2014

EPIDEMIOLOGIST Barbara Telfer is at the forefront of the Ebola crisis.

Published a story 6:48pm Oct 31st

THIS year’s Teven-Tintenbar Country Fair will mark two decades since the fair was first formed to raise funds for Teven Tintenbar Public School.

Enjoy fun at Teven-Tintenbar fair

1 Nov 2014

THIS year’s Teven-Tintenbar Country Fair will mark two decades since the fair was first formed to raise funds for Teven Tintenbar Public School.

Published a story 5:39pm Oct 30th

HALLOWEEN is the one day of the year you can dress up like a psychopathic maniac and no one will raise an eyebrow.

‘Horror’ beauty tips on Halloween

31 Oct 2014

HALLOWEEN is the one day of the year you can dress up like a psychopathic maniac and no one will raise an eyebrow.

Published a story 5:36pm Oct 30th

IT’S a close race.

Cheering home the winners in the Melbourne Cup

31 Oct 2014

IT’S a close race.

Published a story 4:59am Oct 30th

CLOSE to one in five impounded animals are euthanized in council-run pounds across the Northern Rivers last financial year.

Pounds in firing line

30 Oct 2014

CLOSE to one in five impounded animals are euthanized in council-run pounds across the Northern Rivers last financial year.

Published a story 11:03am Oct 29th

HOLDING the newly-minted title of carer grandparent of the year is something both surprising and emotional for Ballina grandmother Denise Duroux.

It's official! Denise is truly a great gran

29 Oct 2014

HOLDING the newly-minted title of carer grandparent of the year is something both surprising and emotional for Ballina grandmother Denise Duroux.

Published a story 12:22pm Oct 28th

THE Hanging Rock Hall anniversary will celebrate three decades of labour, love and community support after it was burnt down in 1984 over an ownership dispute.

How Wadeville healed community rift with restoration of hall

28 Oct 2014

THE Hanging Rock Hall anniversary will celebrate three decades of labour, love and community support after it was burnt down in 1984 over an ownership dispute.

Published a story 9:39pm Oct 24th

SUNDAY will be a day for some post-spring cleaning as two Lismore Rotary clubs call for volunteers to help remove graffiti for the annual Graffiti Removal Day.

Help clean up Lismore for Graffiti Removal Day

25 Oct 2014

SUNDAY will be a day for some post-spring cleaning as two Lismore Rotary clubs call for volunteers to help remove graffiti for the annual Graffiti Removal Day.

Published a story 6:03am Oct 24th

POVERTY affects more than one million Australians, about 5% of the population, but the percentage of Northern Rivers locals doing it financially tough could be much higher.

High number of local residents struggle to make ends meet

24 Oct 2014

POVERTY affects more than one million Australians, about 5% of the population, but the percentage of Northern Rivers locals doing it financially tough could be much higher.

Published a story 6:07am Oct 23rd

WORLD-RENOWNED Circus Oz is in town performing two sold-out NORPA shows at the Lismore City Hall this weekend.

Homecoming stage fright

23 Oct 2014

WORLD-RENOWNED Circus Oz is in town performing two sold-out NORPA shows at the Lismore City Hall this weekend.

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