Festival showcasing all the things we love about Lennox

LAUNCH of the Love Lennox Festival, to be held on June 4, which will this year again include the popular Flavours of Lennox.

Adam Hole is back with a vengeance

Northern Rivers artist Adam Hole.

Last year wasn’t kind to local guitarist Adam Hole

There’s still time to register for business event on today

Workplace Health and Safety load restraint video. Photo Contributed

Register for free business event on this afternoon.

Sister of drowned surfer keen to prevent future tragedy

TRAGEDY: Turners beach drowning victim Ken McLean, with his partner Michele (left) and sister Rhonda Shone.

Fundraiser to support Yamba, Evans Head and Ballina surf clubs

Hurry! Reserved seating selling fast for Pro Bull Riding

Luke Nichols riding Rap Dancer at the PBR Bullriding Rural Weekly Live Series held at the Grafton Showgrounds. Photo:Bruce Thomas / Daily Examiner March 28, 2015

Numbered seats still available for PBR Live Series finale

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Fugitive & The Vagabond, Ben Wilson, The Duke

Ruffnutt Productions brings you a night of alternative folk , blues, country and rock with some of the best songwriters and story tellers in the country.

The Tropical Fruits New Year Festival

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Northern Rivers Community Choir- Voices On Fire

Inviting everyone in the community, singers & ‘non-singers’ alike. Led by Chris James. Re-discover the heart of sound. This choir is easy, fun & inspiring .

Inviting everyone in the community, singers & ‘non-singers’ alike. Led by Chris...

Kathryn Jones & Steve Passfield

An amazing country duo, Kathryn and Steve deliver an evening of great entertainment.

An amazing country duo, Kathryn and Steve deliver an evening of great...

Route 66

Route 66 are regular performers at the Lismore Workers Club

Route 66 are regular performers at the Lismore Workers Club

Harry Nichols Band

TUESDAY 17 MAY – HARRY NICHOLS BAND – 7.30pm

TUESDAY 17 MAY – HARRY NICHOLS BAND – 7.30pm

T Bone Jivers

Great rhythms of rock n roll, Rockabilly, Swing and Country Rock.

Great rhythms of rock n roll, Rockabilly, Swing and Country Rock.

10 common snakes and how to identify them

SUNSHINE Coast snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

Key tips from photographer Warren Lynam

Property: What $300,000 buys you

Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

This week's gig guide

Fiji-born Shem brings his Bob Marley celebration to the Bangalow Hotel Sunday.

The gigs you need to know about this week

Complete guide to 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Laurel Bank Park is in full bloom for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

Comprehensive guide to the 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

This week's gig guide

TAKING A STAND: Luke Vasella will celebrate Metgasco's departure at the Sphinx Rock cafe.

Full list of he gigs you need to know about

This week's gig guide

Round Mountain Girls will bring their powerful show to the Slipway Hotel in Ballina tonight from 6pm.

All the gigs you need to know about and more.

Finding the new holiday hotspot in bustling Bali

ONCE a sleepy fishing village surrounded by verdant green rice paddies, Canggu on the south coast of Bali is fast becoming the “it” place.

Ballina pushes ahead with plans for new marina

TIME FOR CHANGE: A master plan is being developed for the trawler harbour site at West Ballina.

Developing a new marina could boost tourism and industry in Ballina.

AirAsia X arrival in Auckland a boost for Gold Coast

AirAsia X A330-300 lands at Auckland International Airport.

TOUCH down will boost Gold Coast capacity

Cut taxes, boost promo funding, tourism urges Govt

CONCERNS: Tourists might opt to travel elsewhere if the proposed ‘backpacker tax’ goes ahead.

Tourism lobby joins groups calling on govt to dump backpacker tax

10 great events that put Clarence Valley on the map

Tony McFarlane of Yamba was competing at the Maclean Highland Games hammer throwing event on Saturday at the the Maclean Showground. Photo Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner

Here's a list of major events that help bring in the tourist dollars

Tourist covered in blood after encounter with stingray

Tourist thought she might bleed out after stingray attack

New transport suggestions for Byron tourist influx

TESTING, TESTING: It is hoped the new high-tech ramp signals will help keep traffic flowing on the Bruce Highway.

Cape Byron struggles to cope with over 1.2 million visitors per year

WATCH: Agnes man's videos go viral with surfing dogs

Action from the Noosa Festival of Surfing. Chris de Aboitiz performs with his surfing dogs Photo: Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

Videos of Chris de Aboitiz surfing with his dogs have proved popular

Highs keeping our waves trapped in Groundhog Day

David just mucking around.

Ben Bennink's surfing predictions for the week ahead.

IN DEEP: Beautiful fish with venomous spines

ONLY DANGEROUS WHEN PROVOKED: The lion fish.

The butterfly cod is a spectacular-looking fish