Community News

Thu 10 Jan 2019

Have your say on future of caravan parks

premium_icon Have your say on future of caravan parks

MORE than 400 submissions have already been made regarding holiday park plans.

'I've had enough': Owner forced to leave beautiful home

premium_icon 'I've had enough': Owner forced to leave beautiful home

THIS neighbour says he is sick of seeing tourists trashing the picturesque waterfalls.

Wed 9 Jan 2019

Town's water supply to be restored this afternoon

Town's water supply to be restored this afternoon

COUNCIL has been carting water, but say they are struggling to keep up with demand.

Meet the kids who are coding their own games

premium_icon Meet the kids who are coding their own games

A NEW Lismore program is teaching children to build their own games and animations, and their creations could be used by the council.

Tue 8 Jan 2019

'Wear black, bring candles': Rodeo the target of activists

premium_icon 'Wear black, bring candles': Rodeo the target of activists

"The fear and terror that these bulls and horses experience is of the utmost cruelty and all the while rowdy crowds and families cheer it on.”

Mon 7 Jan 2019

Crystal singing bowls, vibrations help on 'healing journey'

premium_icon Crystal singing bowls, vibrations help on 'healing journey'

THE four-day event was focused on spiritual growth and enlightenment.

Man builds a real castle near Casino 'for my queen'

premium_icon Man builds a real castle near Casino 'for my queen'

THE couple is "living the life" in their sandstone castle, which after six years of construction is finally complete.

Renovations under way at 'wrecked' 100-year-old Kyogle home

premium_icon Renovations under way at 'wrecked' 100-year-old Kyogle home

RENTED for the past 30 years in a back street, it was the kind of house most people walk away from.

Sat 5 Jan 2019

32-year-old woman wanted by police

32-year-old woman wanted by police

Woman with an outstanding warrant may be in Lismore.

Two teens steal $70,000 of property

Two teens steal $70,000 of property

Two Teenagers aged 15 and 16 arrested for aggravated break and enter.

WATCH: Adorable two-year-old's first rodeo ride

premium_icon WATCH: Adorable two-year-old's first rodeo ride

JAMES was desperate follow in his bull-riding older brother's footsteps.

Fri 4 Jan 2019

Death in water tank sparks warning to bosses

Death in water tank sparks warning to bosses

BOSSES are being urged to do more to protect employees as SafeWork NSW investigates a number of fatalities in 2018 involving working in confined spaces.

Thu 3 Jan 2019

Used syringe dumped at reverse vending machine

premium_icon Used syringe dumped at reverse vending machine

AFTER a "significant" amount of illegal dumping, there may be no other option but to close down this facility.

Drivers ignoring signs prohibiting Brooms Head beach access

premium_icon Drivers ignoring signs prohibiting Brooms Head beach access

CLARENCE Valley Council have installed a boom gate on the beach access point, but that hasn't stopped motorists from ignoring the signs and driving on the beach

'WORLD FIRST': Professor leads undersea robot mission

premium_icon 'WORLD FIRST': Professor leads undersea robot mission

Southern Cross University's Professor Peter Harrison leads ground-breaking project to repopulate coral reefs.

Got room for a furry little friend in your life?

Got room for a furry little friend in your life?

THESE pets need a forever home.

Meet gorgeous Natalie, Lismore's first baby of 2019

premium_icon Meet gorgeous Natalie, Lismore's first baby of 2019

SHE arrived three weeks early to claim her spot as the hospital's first newborn of the year.

Cutest little critters you will ever see

premium_icon Cutest little critters you will ever see

THEY are sure to capture hearts whilst delivering an important message.

Wed 2 Jan 2019

26 beautiful images to celebrate the new year

26 beautiful images to celebrate the new year

Fireworks and the beauty of nature captured our photographers' attention

Bible message scrawled across new rainbow walkway

Bible message scrawled across new rainbow walkway

THE Mayor has hit back after Lismore's new and long-awaited rainbow walkway was targeted with graffiti this week.

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