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Lack of depth a double fault for women’s tennis

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Tennis coach raises concern over lack of female competitors

More than $236K in grants given to community organisations

Premium Content More than $236K in grants given to community organisations

FULL LIST: 26 organisations for Northern NSW were confirmed by NRCF as recipients...

Community organisations share $80K for disaster resilience

Premium Content Community organisations share $80K for disaster resilience

The Northern Rivers Community Foundation (NRCF) confirmed the funding to help...

MIRACULOUS: Man’s lost wallet found on beach 25 years on

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Man stunned to have wallet returned decades later

NSW BUDGET: What’s in it for the Northern Rivers?

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ROAD upgrades, health infrastructure and education all featured on the scorecard in...

7 North Coast stories to lift your spirits this week

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FROM a daring roof-top animal rescue to re-opening a region staple, we have all...

How 'off limits' Bexhill quarry could become stunning asset

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Locals have drawn up plans that will put the village on the map

10 things to make you smile this week

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Superstar hospital staff and a business helping women and girls

BIZARRE FIND: Sawn off shotgun in abandoned bag

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Police are appealing for information after stumbling upon a gun left in a bag on a...

Shock development plan raises questions about jobs, land

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Government has announced a $100M mega school, but how will it work?

Six news bites from around the region you might have missed

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FROM a new free mental health service to the shire’s water use spiking — let us...

Tweed’s water safe to drink despite toxic algae bloom

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Algae at Bray Park Weir has a gene capable of producing toxin but the council says...

Local police ranks bolstered by several new recruits

Premium Content Local police ranks bolstered by several new recruits

Of 192 new probationary constables who graduated today, one will be stationed in...

BORDER MAYHEM: Huge traffic jams as people flock to QLD

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IT’S 11 hours since the QLD border bubble officially extended

Heartbroken family, friends, teammates to farewell Eddie

Premium Content Heartbroken family, friends, teammates to farewell Eddie

A SERVICE to honour a beloved teen who was killed in a crash will be held this...

5 reasons to build the Dunoon dam, 5 reasons not to

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A new dam is one option in Rous County Council’s future water plan

Asbestos scare contaminates truck of food, green waste

Premium Content Asbestos scare contaminates truck of food, green waste

The breach has cost the council money and health at risk

More shark mitigation funding on the cards

Premium Content More shark mitigation funding on the cards

IT IS understood this funding will cover another smart drum line and listening...

Wake me up before you yo yo on border closures

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"Unprecedented" level of inconsistency in dealing with pandemic

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