Leah White

Leah White
  • Joined: Dec 2013
  • published: 160

Published a story 10:03am Apr 16th

WITH new research showing Australian adults spend more time in front of a screen than they do sleeping, it’s not hard to see why more of us are needing glasses.

Study shows need to keep a closer eye on our sight

16 Apr 2014

WITH new research showing Australian adults spend more time in front of a screen than they do sleeping, it’s not hard to see why more of us are needing glasses.

Published a story 9:02am Apr 16th

MORE than 1500 festival goers are expected to descend on the Northern Rivers over the Easter long weekend, but not for the Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Electronics on menu at Rabbits Eat Lettuce

16 Apr 2014

MORE than 1500 festival goers are expected to descend on the Northern Rivers over the Easter long weekend, but not for the Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Published a story 5:34am Apr 16th

MOTHERS returning to work after the birth of their first child would prefer their baby to be cared for in the home by someone they know, a new study has found.

Mothers prefer home child care by people they know, trust

16 Apr 2014

MOTHERS returning to work after the birth of their first child would prefer their baby to be cared for in the home by someone they know, a new study has found.

Published a story 6:09pm Apr 14th

THE KNOWLEDGE Northern Rivers WIRES volunteer Melanie Barsony gained at the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital will go a long way to saving local birds of prey.

Wired to falcon expertise

15 Apr 2014

THE KNOWLEDGE Northern Rivers WIRES volunteer Melanie Barsony gained at the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital will go a long way to saving local birds of prey.

Published a story 9:58am Apr 11th

TINA Hartley and Pamela Rowell were two of the women who brought a touch of home to the thousands of soldiers serving in the Vietnam and Korean wars.

Bangalow exhibition honours performers who sung for soldiers

11 Apr 2014

TINA Hartley and Pamela Rowell were two of the women who brought a touch of home to the thousands of soldiers serving in the Vietnam and Korean wars.

Published a story 7:51am Apr 11th

WHEN the Ballina Shire Concert band was formed, it was still three decades before the start of the First World War.

Ballina Shire Concert Band celebrates 131 years with show

11 Apr 2014

WHEN the Ballina Shire Concert band was formed, it was still three decades before the start of the First World War.

Published a story 6:19pm Apr 10th

MORE people are expected to walk through the doors of the Lismore Headspace clinic after the ribbon was cut at the official opening yesterday afternoon.

Lismore Headspace clinic up and running and ready to help

11 Apr 2014

MORE people are expected to walk through the doors of the Lismore Headspace clinic after the ribbon was cut at the official opening yesterday afternoon.

Published a story 8:30am Apr 10th

A $4.5m pre-election promise to upgrade the Ballina hospital was discussed between Federal Health Minister Peter Dutton and Page MP Kevin Hogan in Lismore.

Ballina hospital upgrade promise discussed at MPs' meeting

10 Apr 2014

A $4.5m pre-election promise to upgrade the Ballina hospital was discussed between Federal Health Minister Peter Dutton and Page MP Kevin Hogan in Lismore.

Published a story 6:47am Apr 9th

THE burden of soaring rent and mortgage costs nationwide is compounded in the Northern Rivers by lower than average incomes, experts say.

High rents, high mortgages, low incomes hurt Northern Rivers

9 Apr 2014

THE burden of soaring rent and mortgage costs nationwide is compounded in the Northern Rivers by lower than average incomes, experts say.

Published a story 6:31pm Apr 7th

EMPIRE Vale and Cabbage Tree Island public school students were given an inside glimpse into the world of theatre with a puppet-making and performance workshop.

Students learn to tell stories through puppets

8 Apr 2014

EMPIRE Vale and Cabbage Tree Island public school students were given an inside glimpse into the world of theatre with a puppet-making and performance workshop.

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