March 2015

Published a story 28th Mar 2015 7:24 AM

IT will be lights out at Lismore's Black Sombrero Mexican restaurant for one hour tonight when the restaurant takes part in the worldwide Earth Hour campaign.

Dining in the dark to save our planet

IT will be lights out at Lismore's Black Sombrero Mexican restaurant for one hour tonight when the restaurant takes part in the worldwide Earth Hour campaign.

Published a story 27th Mar 2015 6:14 PM

Emergency services have called off the search for a stand-up paddle boarder reported missing off the point at Byron Bay earlier this afternoon.

Search for missing paddle boarder called off

Emergency services have called off the search for a stand-up paddle boarder reported missing off the point at Byron Bay earlier this afternoon.

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 6:12 AM

TICKETS for the highly anticipated Stars of Lismore Dance for Cancer evening will go on sale today and event organisers expect they will sell out fast.

Stars of Lismore Dance for Cancer tickets tipped to sell out

TICKETS for the highly anticipated Stars of Lismore Dance for Cancer evening will go on sale today and event organisers expect they will sell out fast.

Published a story 25th Mar 2015 12:51 PM

NORTHERN Rivers mud crab fishermen say their haul has clawed its way back to decent numbers for the first time since the 2007 fish-kill.

Crab catch claws back for first time since 2007 fish kill

NORTHERN Rivers mud crab fishermen say their haul has clawed its way back to decent numbers for the first time since the 2007 fish-kill.

Published a story 24th Mar 2015 4:26 PM

IT’S difficult to image just how many lives Bob Preston and Jim Rafton have saved with over a century of regular blood donations between them.

Donor gives blood for 301st time

IT’S difficult to image just how many lives Bob Preston and Jim Rafton have saved with over a century of regular blood donations between them.

Published a story 24th Mar 2015 7:07 AM

THERE’S a certain amount of skill in taking something broken and bent and restoring it to its original state.

Classic: Panel beater branches out to fix the coolest cars

THERE’S a certain amount of skill in taking something broken and bent and restoring it to its original state.

Published a story 23rd Mar 2015 7:42 AM

NORPA's new general manager Patrick Healy wants Northern Rivers Performing Arts productions touring the state, the nation, even the world.

New NORPA boss wants Northern Rivers shows touring the world

NORPA's new general manager Patrick Healy wants Northern Rivers Performing Arts productions touring the state, the nation, even the world.

Published a story 22nd Mar 2015 7:38 AM

IT may seem like a small token, but the impact hand-made quilts and washing bags have on Australian troops serving overseas is well worth the effort.

Sewing project has big impact on morale of diggers overseas

IT may seem like a small token, but the impact hand-made quilts and washing bags have on Australian troops serving overseas is well worth the effort.

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 6:55 PM

WHEN Biff Gaia thinks about how close she came to losing her life in the fire that destroyed her East Lismore home, the tears start to well

Tears well as fire victim recalls close call

WHEN Biff Gaia thinks about how close she came to losing her life in the fire that destroyed her East Lismore home, the tears start to well

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 3:41 PM

FLAMENCO is hard. Like surfing or figure skating, the experts make it look oh so easy, but the reality is quite the opposite.

Leah's Dance for Cancer: Flamenco sends me into a spin

FLAMENCO is hard. Like surfing or figure skating, the experts make it look oh so easy, but the reality is quite the opposite.

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