April 2020

Published a story 9th Apr 2020 11:59 AM

ANYONE answering yes to any of three questions, or having a temperature of 38 degrees or above, will not be permitted to enter.

Extra hurdle to visit family at hospitals

ANYONE answering yes to any of three questions, or having a temperature of 38 degrees or above, will not be permitted to enter.

Published a story 8th Apr 2020 4:45 PM

THE Federal Government confirmed $1,295,000 over four years for NORPA from 2021.

NORPA secures four-year funding

THE Federal Government confirmed $1,295,000 over four years for NORPA from 2021.

Published a story 8th Apr 2020 4:06 PM

A NEW touch-free recycling option has been implemented for returns at reverse vending machines in the area, but one centre is closed.

New touch-free option for recycling

A NEW touch-free recycling option has been implemented for returns at reverse vending machines in the area, but one centre is closed.

Published a story 8th Apr 2020 2:07 PM

PASSENGER numbers and income is expected to drop dramatically in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. What does it mean for the future of this facility?

ROUGH LANDING: Future uncertain for Ballina airport

PASSENGER numbers and income is expected to drop dramatically in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. What does it mean for the future of this facility?

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 4:11 PM

OPERATORS from Tweed, Northern Rivers, Grafton, Coffs, Port Macquarie and Lord Howe Island confirmed trade reduction of more than 90 per cent.

‘Horrible’: Devastating reality of tourism industry

OPERATORS from Tweed, Northern Rivers, Grafton, Coffs, Port Macquarie and Lord Howe Island confirmed trade reduction of more than 90 per cent.

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 1:42 PM

“THERE is a humanitarian side of this ‒ some people are displaced, stuck here, and they do need help”.

Company fights back against ‘anti-tourist’ feeling in Byron

“THERE is a humanitarian side of this ‒ some people are displaced, stuck here, and they do need help”.

Published a story 6th Apr 2020 3:36 PM

THE illness kills sown and native summer-growing grasses, and livestock avoids grazing these areas, making them unproductive.

NSW's first case of pasture dieback found in our region

THE illness kills sown and native summer-growing grasses, and livestock avoids grazing these areas, making them unproductive.

Published a story 3rd Apr 2020 3:37 PM

THE measures affect parents and carers of students in 46 schools from Tweed to Coffs Harbour.

Diocese announces changes to Catholic school fees

THE measures affect parents and carers of students in 46 schools from Tweed to Coffs Harbour.

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