Rodney Stevens

Rodney Stevens
  • Joined: May 2011
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Published a story 11:20am Apr 17th

AS PEOPLE set out on their annual Easter holiday pilgrimage the Transport Management Centre is reminding motorists to allow extra travel time due to expected heavy traffic.

Heavy traffic causes delays at Ewingsdale

17 Apr 2014

AS PEOPLE set out on their annual Easter holiday pilgrimage the Transport Management Centre is reminding motorists to allow extra travel time due to expected heavy traffic.

Published a story 10:57am Apr 17th

POLICE will be taking a zero tolerance approach to drugs and alcohol at the 25th annual Bluesfest over the Easter long weekend.

Police taking zero tolerance stand against drugs at Bluesfest

17 Apr 2014

POLICE will be taking a zero tolerance approach to drugs and alcohol at the 25th annual Bluesfest over the Easter long weekend.

Published a story 6:06am Apr 17th

SUPERMARKET chain Aldi says it has no plans to close its Lismore store despite lodging a development application with Lismore Council for a Goonellabah store.

Aldi’s design on old Telstra

17 Apr 2014

SUPERMARKET chain Aldi says it has no plans to close its Lismore store despite lodging a development application with Lismore Council for a Goonellabah store.

Published a story 7:15pm Apr 16th

NORTHERN Rivers National and Liberal Party members were “shocked and saddened” at Premier Barry O’Farrell’s sudden resignation yesterday.

Bye folks, I’ve gotta sip off

17 Apr 2014

NORTHERN Rivers National and Liberal Party members were “shocked and saddened” at Premier Barry O’Farrell’s sudden resignation yesterday.

Published a story 9:29am Apr 9th

TWO men will face Lismore Local Court this morning charged with break and enter over an alleged robbery at Red Rooster Lismore overnight.

Two men arrested over alleged Red Rooster break-in

9 Apr 2014

TWO men will face Lismore Local Court this morning charged with break and enter over an alleged robbery at Red Rooster Lismore overnight.

Published a story 6:26pm Apr 8th

TEENAGERS usually have posters of musicians or movie stars on their walls – but not Lismore’s Kudra Falla-Ricketts.

April Fool's a gas for Kudra and spotlight fuels her resolve

9 Apr 2014

TEENAGERS usually have posters of musicians or movie stars on their walls – but not Lismore’s Kudra Falla-Ricketts.

Published a story 9:18am Apr 8th

POLICE have arrested and charged a 61-year-old man with murder over the death of a woman at Tomewin, north of Murwillumbah.

Man charged with woman’s murder near Murwillumbah

8 Apr 2014

POLICE have arrested and charged a 61-year-old man with murder over the death of a woman at Tomewin, north of Murwillumbah.

Published a story 7:21am Apr 8th

LIVES could be at risk as the Ballina Jet Boat can’t be called out by police, the Far North Coast Volunteer Rescue Association regional co-ordinator says.

Rescue Association coordinator slams Jet Boat blacklist

8 Apr 2014

LIVES could be at risk as the Ballina Jet Boat can’t be called out by police, the Far North Coast Volunteer Rescue Association regional co-ordinator says.

Published a story 9:10am Apr 7th

AN ELDERLY woman who went missing in wet conditions from a Bangalow nursing home overnight was found safe and well after a search involving police and SES.

Woman missing from Bangalow nursing home found

7 Apr 2014

AN ELDERLY woman who went missing in wet conditions from a Bangalow nursing home overnight was found safe and well after a search involving police and SES.

Published a story 7:45am Apr 7th

HEARTFELT House director Vicky Dobrunz hopes a NSW parliamentary inquiry into sentencing of child sexual assault offenders delivers tougher penalties.

Sentences for convicted predators are ‘sacrificing our kids’

7 Apr 2014

HEARTFELT House director Vicky Dobrunz hopes a NSW parliamentary inquiry into sentencing of child sexual assault offenders delivers tougher penalties.

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