Luke Mortimer

Luke Mortimer
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Published a story 11:37am Jul 29th

KYOGLE Council will decide in August whether the Lions Tourist Trophy motorcycle festival will be approved beyond initial in-principle support.

Letters go out as concern over motorcycle festival lingers

29 Jul 2014

KYOGLE Council will decide in August whether the Lions Tourist Trophy motorcycle festival will be approved beyond initial in-principle support.

Published a story 11:22am Jul 29th

BYRON Bay surfing instructor Sean Riley expected just another relaxed weekend teaching newbies the ropes.

Outkast member stops for a surfing lesson during Splendour

29 Jul 2014

BYRON Bay surfing instructor Sean Riley expected just another relaxed weekend teaching newbies the ropes.

Published a story 7:42am Jul 29th

FROM professional golf to gastronomic delights, the co-owner of Lindendale’s new cafe-restaurant is hoping for a hole in one.

The focus is on local food

29 Jul 2014

FROM professional golf to gastronomic delights, the co-owner of Lindendale’s new cafe-restaurant is hoping for a hole in one.

Published a story 7:41am Jul 28th

Lismore City Council has asked Richmond police to crack down on bikes and skateboards in the CBD due to the potential for serious injury.

Police asked to crack down on bikes, skateboards at Lismore

28 Jul 2014

Lismore City Council has asked Richmond police to crack down on bikes and skateboards in the CBD due to the potential for serious injury.

Published a story 9:34am Jul 27th

A 36-YEAR-OLD Dyraaba woman has pleaded not guilty in Lismore Local Court to driving under the influence of methadone and diazepam with her kids in the car.

Mum denies drug driving kids

27 Jul 2014

A 36-YEAR-OLD Dyraaba woman has pleaded not guilty in Lismore Local Court to driving under the influence of methadone and diazepam with her kids in the car.

Published a story 11:00am Jul 25th

WITH all the doom and gloom across the globe, one random act of kindness can provide a welcome ray of sunshine.

Heartfelt note to homeless man a timely reminder

25 Jul 2014

WITH all the doom and gloom across the globe, one random act of kindness can provide a welcome ray of sunshine.

Published a story 6:29am Jul 25th

IF walls could talk, the 100-year-old St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Lismore could tell a cracker of a story.

Church to mark a century

25 Jul 2014

IF walls could talk, the 100-year-old St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Lismore could tell a cracker of a story.

Published a story 6:25am Jul 25th

DEMENTIA rates in the Northern Rivers continue to climb, but healthcare professionals are rising to the challenge.

Dementia team formed to care for increase of elderly people

25 Jul 2014

DEMENTIA rates in the Northern Rivers continue to climb, but healthcare professionals are rising to the challenge.

Published a story 6:05am Jul 25th

ADVERSE weather and low food and water supplies have been blamed for a drop in sales at the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange last financial year.

Livestock markets belted by lean times

25 Jul 2014

ADVERSE weather and low food and water supplies have been blamed for a drop in sales at the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange last financial year.

Published a story 6:45pm Jul 24th

MEET Modanville’s own Indiana Jones: Johanna Qualmann, who is about to take part in archaeological digs in Turkey and Italy.

Young woman buried in her work

25 Jul 2014

MEET Modanville’s own Indiana Jones: Johanna Qualmann, who is about to take part in archaeological digs in Turkey and Italy.

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