May 2015

Published a story 21st May 2015 11:52 AM

Luke Mortimer takes over as the Northern Rivers Echo's journalist-in-charge.

The Echo: It’s your local paper

Luke Mortimer takes over as the Northern Rivers Echo's journalist-in-charge.

Published a story 21st May 2015 7:50 AM

THE ST Vincent de Paul Society in Lismore hopes its novel approach to a serious issue will get the local community talking.

Public forum to tackle Lismore housing affordability issues

THE ST Vincent de Paul Society in Lismore hopes its novel approach to a serious issue will get the local community talking.

Published a story 14th May 2015 7:45 AM

LISMORE Gem and Lapidary Club’s 25th annual Gemfest, the largest festival of its kind in the country, coincides with the club’s 50th anniversary this year.

Lapidary lovers romancing the stones for 25th annual Gemfest

LISMORE Gem and Lapidary Club’s 25th annual Gemfest, the largest festival of its kind in the country, coincides with the club’s 50th anniversary this year.

Published a story 4th May 2015 4:27 PM

DESPITE a chorus of dissent from five Lismore City councillors, the divisive Biodiversity Management Strategy is likely to be adopted.

Bid to reverse biodiversity decision looks doomed says mayor

DESPITE a chorus of dissent from five Lismore City councillors, the divisive Biodiversity Management Strategy is likely to be adopted.

Published a story 4th May 2015 2:08 PM

LISMORE Trinity Catholic College student Nick Somerville may live with type 1 diabetes but the fleet-footed futsal player doesn’t let that slow him down.

Diabetes no barrier for young Nick's futsal dreams

LISMORE Trinity Catholic College student Nick Somerville may live with type 1 diabetes but the fleet-footed futsal player doesn’t let that slow him down.

Published a story 4th May 2015 6:40 AM

TALENTED young futsal fanatic Keea Parrish, from Trinity Catholic College in Lismore, has been selected to represent Australia in Brazil.

Lismore student Keea to play futsal for Australia in Brazil

TALENTED young futsal fanatic Keea Parrish, from Trinity Catholic College in Lismore, has been selected to represent Australia in Brazil.

April 2015

Published a story 27th Apr 2015 4:21 PM

NEWLY appointed auctioneer Natalie Leslie is thought to be the only woman in the job on the Northern Rivers and one of just six nationally.

Natalie takes on the men as region's only female auctioneer

NEWLY appointed auctioneer Natalie Leslie is thought to be the only woman in the job on the Northern Rivers and one of just six nationally.

Published a story 27th Apr 2015 2:32 PM

IF your day job’s dragging or your profession’s wearing thin, here’s a whacky and wonderful way to shake things up a bit.

Dr Brown coming to town to host a class for clowns

IF your day job’s dragging or your profession’s wearing thin, here’s a whacky and wonderful way to shake things up a bit.

Published a story 24th Apr 2015 3:48 PM

FOLLOWING a break in at her home, Jude Costello has been on a desperate hunt for her beloved companion dog Sunny, who is blind and suffering renal failure.

Beloved blind dog, Sunny, missing following home break in

FOLLOWING a break in at her home, Jude Costello has been on a desperate hunt for her beloved companion dog Sunny, who is blind and suffering renal failure.

Published a story 23rd Apr 2015 7:37 PM

LIKE most couples, when Peter and Christine Castrikum tied the knot 38 years ago, they promised to remain by each other’s side for better or worse.

Unconditional love: one couple's battle with MND

LIKE most couples, when Peter and Christine Castrikum tied the knot 38 years ago, they promised to remain by each other’s side for better or worse.

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