April 2015

Published a story 18th Apr 2015 9:34 AM

FOR 26-year-old helicopter pilot Michael Barnes, a career in aviation was always on the cards.

Meet Lismore’s newest high flyers

FOR 26-year-old helicopter pilot Michael Barnes, a career in aviation was always on the cards.

Published a story 18th Apr 2015 9:31 AM

WHAT began as a “loud” house party in Goonellabah escalated when police were called and hordes of underage drinkers scattered into neighbouring properties.

Police break up noisy party in Goonellabah

WHAT began as a “loud” house party in Goonellabah escalated when police were called and hordes of underage drinkers scattered into neighbouring properties.

Published a story 17th Apr 2015 2:23 PM

WHALE season looks like it’s off to a swimming start this year, with at least one humpback already spotted near Flat Rock.

First whales of the season spotted swimming past Flat Rock

WHALE season looks like it’s off to a swimming start this year, with at least one humpback already spotted near Flat Rock.

Published a story 16th Apr 2015 7:15 PM

ABANDONED in a box on the side of a creek, these four four-week-old kittens are lucky to be alive.

Plea to find mother of kittens dumped in box at Goonellabah

ABANDONED in a box on the side of a creek, these four four-week-old kittens are lucky to be alive.

Published a story 16th Apr 2015 4:19 PM

FIGHTER jets from Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley will be flying over Evans Head in two weeks as part of Defence Force training operations.

Super hornets to fly over Evans Head for defence training

FIGHTER jets from Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley will be flying over Evans Head in two weeks as part of Defence Force training operations.

Published a story 14th Apr 2015 7:37 PM

THE husband of a woman who drowned off Byron Bay last week told friends and family “there are no words to express my sadness and devastation for our family”.

Husband mourns: "I simply cannot express the love we had"

THE husband of a woman who drowned off Byron Bay last week told friends and family “there are no words to express my sadness and devastation for our family”.

Published a story 13th Apr 2015 3:52 PM

BYRON Beach Cafe has proved it’s the creme of the crop after claiming the award for Best Restaurant in the Australian Tourism Awards.

Byron Beach Cafe wins Best Restaurant Award

BYRON Beach Cafe has proved it’s the creme of the crop after claiming the award for Best Restaurant in the Australian Tourism Awards.

Published a story 12th Apr 2015 7:36 PM

A LEISURELY stroll to maintain your good health may not be a substitute for getting hot and sweaty, new research has found.

Sweat seriously for health, study finds

A LEISURELY stroll to maintain your good health may not be a substitute for getting hot and sweaty, new research has found.

Published a story 11th Apr 2015 9:09 AM

LOOKING at the rust-covered truck with its rotting planks and worn tires, it’s hard to believe this century-old military vehicle is still as mobile as ever.

Historical WWI truck on display at Lismore Square

LOOKING at the rust-covered truck with its rotting planks and worn tires, it’s hard to believe this century-old military vehicle is still as mobile as ever.

Published a story 11th Apr 2015 9:07 AM

WHEN Glennys Gow learnt Lismore WWI soldier Alistair Ross’s name was among 2000 recently found at a French chalk quarry, she wondered if he had any relatives.

French chalk quarry discovery leads to Pottsville

WHEN Glennys Gow learnt Lismore WWI soldier Alistair Ross’s name was among 2000 recently found at a French chalk quarry, she wondered if he had any relatives.

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