May 2019

Published a story 23rd May 2019 3:42 PM

UAP election signs have been dumped at a Coffs Harbour Return and Earn site.

Candidate not taking the blame for dumped signs

UAP election signs have been dumped at a Coffs Harbour Return and Earn site.

Published a story 23rd May 2019 1:21 PM

The study will help determine how the dolphins would react in a sea sanctuary.

Dolphin doctor conducts Australia-first study in Coffs

The study will help determine how the dolphins would react in a sea sanctuary.

Published a story 22nd May 2019 8:01 PM

Seniors will have to wait until next year to receive the $250 travel card promised by The Nationals.

Seniors are waiting on their travel card promise

Seniors will have to wait until next year to receive the $250 travel card promised by The Nationals.

Published a story 22nd May 2019 10:49 AM

Lawyers on either side of a drawn out battle over a controversial proposal to develop bushland in Toormina will meet again today.

Lawyers meet again as battle over controversial DA continues

Lawyers on either side of a drawn out battle over a controversial proposal to develop bushland in Toormina will meet again today.

Published a story 21st May 2019 4:44 PM

A section of the lake was stained an unnatural shade of orange on Monday morning.

Orange not a good look for Woolgoolga Lake

A section of the lake was stained an unnatural shade of orange on Monday morning.

Published a story 21st May 2019 2:06 PM

A councillor is calling for a drumMUSTER site on the Northern Beaches.

Chemical drums and councillor fees on the agenda

A councillor is calling for a drumMUSTER site on the Northern Beaches.

Published a story 21st May 2019 9:18 AM

Fifth-generation honey supplier points finger at the rapid rise in blueberry farms.

Beekeeper says he's being pushed to the brink

Fifth-generation honey supplier points finger at the rapid rise in blueberry farms.

Published a story 20th May 2019 5:30 PM

A consultant has found both the Sawtell and Woolgoolga pools are 'past their end of life'.

Pools past their 'end of life' and will need to be replaced

A consultant has found both the Sawtell and Woolgoolga pools are 'past their end of life'.

Published a story 20th May 2019 12:41 PM

Farms will be inspected to make sure they are complying with water management laws.

Water regulator to visit fruit and vegetable farms

Farms will be inspected to make sure they are complying with water management laws.

Published a story 20th May 2019 10:53 AM

A local fishing spot has been identified as the third worst in a 'small fry' blitz.

Third worst for 'small fry' offences

A local fishing spot has been identified as the third worst in a 'small fry' blitz.

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