Leah White

Leah White
  • Joined: Dec 2013
  • published: 392

Published a story 6:45pm Nov 26th

DREW Brownhill-Feain would have spent another six months in paediatric intensive care in Brisbane if it hadn’t been funding raised by Our Kids.

Fighter Drew one of Our Kids

27 Nov 2014

DREW Brownhill-Feain would have spent another six months in paediatric intensive care in Brisbane if it hadn’t been funding raised by Our Kids.

Published a story 8:08am Nov 26th

LOW income earners in need of a loan will benefit from new State Government funding for the Northern Rivers No Interest Loans Scheme.

State Government puts up funds for no-interest loans

26 Nov 2014

LOW income earners in need of a loan will benefit from new State Government funding for the Northern Rivers No Interest Loans Scheme.

Published a story 12:38pm Nov 24th

TWO days after Brendan Smoother’s EP Paramedic Suicide was released, social media was being flooded with positive feedback from emergency services personnel.

Brendan Smoother's song for ambos strikes a chord

24 Nov 2014

TWO days after Brendan Smoother’s EP Paramedic Suicide was released, social media was being flooded with positive feedback from emergency services personnel.

Published a story 7:36am Nov 24th

Darren Bridge (as Freddie Mercury) and Andrew Wafer (as Ron Burgundy) get ready to hit the surf during the Morning of the Mo event.

Bros try surfing and they're ready for mo

24 Nov 2014

Darren Bridge (as Freddie Mercury) and Andrew Wafer (as Ron Burgundy) get ready to hit the surf during the Morning of the Mo event.

Published a story 7:30am Nov 24th

THE main message to come out of a Save Our Tracks community forum was the cost of returning trains to the Northern Rivers would be cheaper than it seems.

Returning trains to cost $300m max - not $900m, forum told

24 Nov 2014

THE main message to come out of a Save Our Tracks community forum was the cost of returning trains to the Northern Rivers would be cheaper than it seems.

Published a story 7:23am Nov 24th

JUST days after a Sydney child was killed by a falling tree branch, students at St Joseph’s Primary School narrowly missed a similar fate.

Dad recalls the day a big branch fell near kids at school

24 Nov 2014

JUST days after a Sydney child was killed by a falling tree branch, students at St Joseph’s Primary School narrowly missed a similar fate.

Published a story 7:18am Nov 24th

PARENTS and teachers of St Joseph’s Primary School in Alstonville are eagerly awaiting the outcome of a DA to cut back nine historic fig trees.

Alstonville school waits on approval to prune historic figs

24 Nov 2014

PARENTS and teachers of St Joseph’s Primary School in Alstonville are eagerly awaiting the outcome of a DA to cut back nine historic fig trees.

Published a story 9:30pm Nov 23rd

THE intervention of a taxi driver and quick action by police have been credited with saving the life of an 18-year-old girl who had been repeatedly stabbed.

Cabbie, cops praised for rescuing stabbed teenager

24 Nov 2014

THE intervention of a taxi driver and quick action by police have been credited with saving the life of an 18-year-old girl who had been repeatedly stabbed.

Published a story 11:57am Nov 21st

IT’S 7pm Saturday when Byron Bay police officer Senior Constable Amos begins his 12-hour shift.

Mood changes as dark falls

21 Nov 2014

IT’S 7pm Saturday when Byron Bay police officer Senior Constable Amos begins his 12-hour shift.

Published a story 6:47am Nov 21st

EVANS Head residents are being “ripped off” by insurance companies that have jacked-up premiums after incorrectly reclassifying homes as flood prone.

Residents ripped off as premiums spike for fake flood zone

21 Nov 2014

EVANS Head residents are being “ripped off” by insurance companies that have jacked-up premiums after incorrectly reclassifying homes as flood prone.

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