Luke Mortimer

Luke Mortimer
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Published a story 7:20pm Aug 29th

ACCOMPANIED by its own suited security guard, the $175,000 Melbourne Cup passed through Lismore yesterday.

Coveted Melbourne Cup races into town

30 Aug 2014

ACCOMPANIED by its own suited security guard, the $175,000 Melbourne Cup passed through Lismore yesterday.

Published a story 7:56am Aug 28th

LISMORE Brothers baseball player Matt Wyatt has admitted he is battling a serious addiction.

He's gonna have to face it he's addicted to (baseball) glove

28 Aug 2014

LISMORE Brothers baseball player Matt Wyatt has admitted he is battling a serious addiction.

Published a story 7:24am Aug 28th

AN appeal is being considered against the sentence of the man who crashed and killed Shaun Zagar and his children Kaleb and Zara at Dyraaba in June last year.

Father hopes for an appeal against ‘light’ sentence

28 Aug 2014

AN appeal is being considered against the sentence of the man who crashed and killed Shaun Zagar and his children Kaleb and Zara at Dyraaba in June last year.

Published a story 7:07pm Aug 27th

RURAL Fire Service Northern Rivers and Kyogle Council officials are concerned closed and load-limited bridges in the area could hinder responses to emergencies.

Kyogle's failing bridges could become an emergency

28 Aug 2014

RURAL Fire Service Northern Rivers and Kyogle Council officials are concerned closed and load-limited bridges in the area could hinder responses to emergencies.

Published a story 8:05am Aug 27th

KYOGLE had the lowest rate of break-ins on the Northern Rivers last year while, at the other end of the spectrum, Richmond Valley had one every other day.

Want to live free of burglaries? Move to Kyogle

27 Aug 2014

KYOGLE had the lowest rate of break-ins on the Northern Rivers last year while, at the other end of the spectrum, Richmond Valley had one every other day.

Published a story 7:24am Aug 26th

TO THE uninitiated, Borderline Street Rodders swap meet at the Lismore Showground may as well have resembled a sodden wrecking yard.

Street Rodders' swap meet a treasure trove of old bits

26 Aug 2014

TO THE uninitiated, Borderline Street Rodders swap meet at the Lismore Showground may as well have resembled a sodden wrecking yard.

Published a story 6:43am Aug 26th

LEE Young’s newest venture seems innocuous enough, but the surf-mad English expat has big plans for his Lennox Head surf shop.

Lennox surf shop owner aims to start national day of surfing

26 Aug 2014

LEE Young’s newest venture seems innocuous enough, but the surf-mad English expat has big plans for his Lennox Head surf shop.

Published a story 7:51am Aug 25th

ECOTEAM was awarded Business of the Year at this year’s Crowe Horwath Lismore Business Excellence Awards on Saturday night.

Environmental solutions company named Lismore's top business

25 Aug 2014

ECOTEAM was awarded Business of the Year at this year’s Crowe Horwath Lismore Business Excellence Awards on Saturday night.

Published a story 7:14am Aug 25th

THE challenge of replacing aging infrastructure could prove a bridge too far for Kyogle Council.

Finding a fix for bridges a nightmare for Kyogle Council

25 Aug 2014

THE challenge of replacing aging infrastructure could prove a bridge too far for Kyogle Council.

Published a story 7:11am Aug 25th

THE prototype SCU Sunflower mobile solar system was just one of many exhibits and activities at Lismore’s Arts vs Science Festival yesterday.

Sunflower combines art and science at Lismore festival

25 Aug 2014

THE prototype SCU Sunflower mobile solar system was just one of many exhibits and activities at Lismore’s Arts vs Science Festival yesterday.

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