Homage to Anzacs 'topped off' with two-up

ANZAC songs and tales of the bombing of Darwin and Broome ... provided us a small glimpse into the horrors of the First World War.

Record crowd attends Lismore service

Lismore Anzac Day service, 2017.

The original Anzacs may be long gone, but we remember them

Brother died six weeks before war's end

LEST WE FORGET: Paul Corcoran and Ross Greenwood honoured their family members who fought and died in both world wars.

Two servicemen pay respect to lost loved ones

Changing of the guard in Byron Bay

ABOVE: Graeme Gould marched with his grandson Leo Mihulka who wore his great great uncle's medals.

Shire students lead commemorations

Big idea to honour veterans in Casino

PROUD: Wayne Heaslip, Kevin Magnay, Ken McPherson, Owen Newell, Jim Dean, Darryl Clifford, and Peter Muller. In front: Sandra Humphrys.

"These people sacrificed so much”

High profile fashion collective donate $13k to flood appeal

Spell and the Gypsy Collective was founded by Lizzy Abegg And Isabella Pennefather.

Spell and the Gypsy have donated $13,414 to the Lismore Flood Appeal

Alstonville remembers sacrifices and service personnel

RSM Sid Lewis, 91, met Victor Hobday, 5, at the Alstonville Anzac Day ceremony.

"Anzac Day is not for us, it's those of us who are not here”

Ballina: Next generation honours military tradition

(L-R) TS Lismore Navy Cadets, Jessica Hobson, Geoffrey Tapping, Hayden Smith, Brandon Eyears, Jayden Webb and Lachlan Miller at the Ballina Anzac Day dawn service. April 25, 2017.

'They can't just...stand up there. They work very hard to get there'

Man missing from Northern Rivers found

James Gregory Auckram, 51, was last seen in the Lismore area.

51-year-old man reported missing found safe and well

Honouring their great-grand ancestors

Amelia Dening and Leni Cain-Roberts, Woodburn Public School students share their family stories of soldiers who served.

Two little girls bring tears to those paying their respects

50,000 ways Suncorp lends a helping hand

CUSTOMER FOCUSED: Suncorps CEO Customer Platforms Gary Dransfield with Emma Gambin and Jason Eversham

A $50,000 donation will mean the world to local business

Lismore's back and open for business

LOOKING AHEAD: At Scott's Newsagent in Molesworth St, a sign by Kieran Scott's daughter signals optimism after the shop was devastated by floodwater.

Love is in the air, please support you local shopkeeper

Businesses key to Lismore's economic prosperity

Red hearts are being made and hung at business all around Lismore flagging the town's resilience and survival after the floods.

Mayor to help avoid struggling traders falling through the cracks

Flood funding confusion a storm in a C-cup

REBUILDING: Lismore business owners Julie Gibson and Charmaine Todd attended the breakfast forum to learn more about Category C funding options as they plan to rebuild.

Flood funding confusion over insurance definition

Visa revamp: Locals get first dibs on jobs

Foreigners to line up behind locals for jobs with 457 visa revamp

Your chance to get involved: Bulk buying solar power

HERE COMES THE SUN: Suncrowd is coming to Byron Bay.

Solar bulk buy is coming to Byron Bay

Banks want more power to take farms, businesses

Cash money Photo: Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

Showdown looming between Big Four and government

Meet the man who grows microgreens for city restaurants

MICROGREENS MAN: Josh Paterson sells his microgreens every Thursday at the My Local Feast farmers' markets in Toowoomba.

He taught himself how to grow microgreens

Byron Council to pull $1million investment from Westpac

The $21-billion Carmichael mine in Queensland's Galilee basin if built, would be Australia's biggest.

Mayor says 'Byron Shire Council, like its community, wishes to part of the...

'Bit ridiculous': Wife-to-be doesn't need a big, fat ring

Shenee' Scholes and her husband-to-be, Josh Humphrey

Wife-to-be doesn't care what her man forked out for ring.

Need some extra cash?

Think outside the box to make some quick cash.

Check out these simple ways of making money

'Prove the human brain functions properly on vegan diet'

It's all well to want a perfect world, but that's an oxymoron, dairy farmer says to vegans in this letter to the editor

LETTER: 'Homosexuals have no rights to traditional marriage'

This letter writer says he would be disappointed in any politician who supported same sex marriage.

'Would be disappointing for any politician to support gay marriage'

Mum shares story of homelessness after hearing others

I just didn’t understand how they’d managed to be in such a pickle

Byron Bay beautiful one day pot-fect the next: Letter

Dope smokers everywhere at Byron Bay

It is with disappointment that I write this letter to you

OPINION: The obligation we owe our Diggers

We owe our Diggers an immesurable debt for being able to live in peace in Australia.

What can we do in the face of all the uncertainty in the world?

SOAPBOX: Who's to blame if a teen turns bad?

Teenagers have massive pressure put on them.

Stop whingeing about teenagers. It's time we cut them some slack

OPINION: What it feels like to stand at Gallipoli

Gravestones are a reminder of Anzac Cove's tragic history.

A poignant place of rugged beauty

UPDATE: Two people injured in Halfway Creek crash

TWO people have been transported to hospital by ambulance following a single-vehicle crash on the Pacific Highway.

Outbreak of whooping cough at Northern Rivers school

Five cases of whooping cough confirmed

Police appeal to public after man knocked unconscious

Police are investigating an assault at Coolangatta.

INVESTIGATIONS after a man knocked unconscious in Coolangatta.

Man charged over Nimbin hammer attack to face court

Gungas Rd

Man to appear in Lismore Local Court today

Flood crash survivor, Chloe, 8, tells of escape

Chloe-May Kabealo speaks to media at a fundraiser at Tweed Heads. Picture: Channel 7

“I unbuckled my seatbelt and I tried to go up for air.''

Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg pledge big sum to flood appeal

LOCALS: Australian actors Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg arrive for the 6th AACTA International Awards at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, USA, 06 January 2017.

Stars confirmed donation to Rise Above the Flood

Five-star resort to mosquito infested: Palmer resort saga

The swimming pool at the Palmer Coolum Resort.

Look what the former five-star resort looks like now.

Le Pen takes step back to lift appeal

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has stepped away from Front National to broaden her appeal.

Emmanuel Macron got a million more votes than Le Pen

Luxury outback paradise built in western Queensland

TOP SPOT: Shandonvale Station owners have completed renovations to the property's historic shearing quarters. The facility will now be used as accommodation for their tourism initiative.

Couple transform historic station

Ex-deputy speaker faces $100k bill for rorting expenses

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says former deputy speaker Don Nardella will have to repay almost $100,000 in entitlements.

Pay up or be forced to, says Premier

Billionaire Elon Musk and Amber Heard hit Shingle Inn

Amber Heard and Elon Musk enjoy a bite to eat at the Shingle Inn, Broadbeach.

Actor Amber Heard and billionaire Elon Musk are enjoying Qld

Bounty hunters take the hiss

Nicholas Banos captures a python in Miami, Florida.

The longer the snake, the bigger the bounty

Piercing studio defends 'No Israelis' sign on front door

“Principle? You can’t discriminate people out of principle.

Rachel Antonio: Police to start searching Bowen tip

Rachel Antonio

Rachel disappeared 19 years ago tomorrow, on Anzac Day 1998

Obama makes first public appearance since leaving office

Former US President Barack Obama (2-L) participates in a 'conversation on community organizing and civic engagement' with local students at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, USA, 24 April 2017. The event is the first public function for Obama since leaving office in January.

Obama's being a good sport about Donald Trump

Mother relives the moment ‘bullied’ son committed suicide

Caleb Hershiser photo: Facebook

Mother breaks her foot running to save stop son shooting himself

Plan to legalise and tax cannabis launched in Switzerland


A new push in Switzerland for cannabis legalisation has been launched

The tell-tale sign your woman is a cheater

This one sign has a massive impact on how faithful a woman will be.

One sign drastically increases likelihood a woman will cheat

Didn't know she was pregnant: baby born on the toilet

She said she did not know she was pregnant

Woolies goes nuts with 'special' that's not special

NUTS: A basic knowledge of maths will tell you that this special at Goodna Woolworths is far from it. Buy two for $10 or individually at $4.50 a pop.

Buy one bag of nuts for $4.50 or get the special of two for $10

Call to recognise effort of dogs in combat

Military working dog Yuki sticks close to his handler, aircraftman Adam McQuillan, during a capability display at RAAF Base Townsville.

Push to recognise roles of dogs in war

Mystic predicts World War Three start date

Atomic bomb mushroom clouds over Hiroshima (left) and Nagasaki (right) Photo Wikipedia

Armageddon could erupt on the 100th anniversary of holy visitation

Egyptian mummies discovered in tomb

IMPORTANT DISCOVERY: Egyptian archeologists document the contents of a recently discovered tomb at the Draa Abul Nagaa necropolis in Luxor's West Bank.

Archeologists have discovered eight mummies in a 3500-year-old tomb.

World's most famous non-superhero draws police attention

A scene from the movie Deadpool.

The world's biggest movie star / mischief maker watched by police

New Netflix doco on JonBenet Ramsay's death makes huge claim

A SHOCKING new documentary will air claims that child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsay was murdered by a paedophile sex ring.

Movie review: Guardians Of the Galaxy Vol. 2 delivers on all fronts

Star-Lord/Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) and Drax (Dave Bautista) in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.

Does Guardians Vol. 2 live up to high expectations set by original?

Sir Elton John hospitalised with rare infection

CROCODILE ROCKER: Sir Elton John will head to Mackay in September for the first stop of his Australian tour.

Elton John cancels shows after becoming violently ill.

GALLERY: Guilty Pleasures coming to Brunswick Heads

FIRST: Miss Bettie Bombshell is part of the line up for the upcoming Guilty Pleasures Cabaret and Burlesque Festival

Three-day cabaret and burlesque festival

Sunshine Coast singers out to turn chairs on The Voice

NEXT BIG THING? Tune in to see Glasshouse Mountains folk artist Benjamin James Caldwell on The Voice.

Do our Coast folk singers have what it takes to turn judges' chairs?

Former Glee star Lea Michele posts nude selfie to Instagram

Former Glee star Lea Michele has posted a very revealing snapshot

Gold Logie winner defends Molly Meldrum's Logies hijack

Samuel Johnson has defended Molly Meldrum after Logies speech