The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Articles from September 19, 2012

Blokes, Beer, Bubs and Birth A[euro]" a Marriage Made in Heaven
REBECCA LOLLBACK rebecca.lollback@northernstar.com.au TALKING about fatherhood and childbirth doesn't come naturally to the average Aussie bloke. But take him to the pub, give him a beer and he might just warm to the idea. That's the concept...
Club's Coffs Connection; Kelleher and Coach Vital to Workers
Byline: MITCHELL CRAIG Sports reporter IF Martin Kelleher and Scott Collis win the Far North Coast soccer premiership against Richmond Rovers on Saturday night they can send a big thank you to the Coffs City Football Club. Kelleher arrived in...
Feds Test Land Policy
ADAM CARROLL news@northernstar.com.au FEDERAL Environment Minister Tony Burke is seeking assurances the NSW Government's regional land-use policy meets the requirements set out in the National Partnership Agreement on coal seam gas and large...
Feds Will Still Work with NSW
Local plan FEDERAL Nationals leader Warren Truss's plan to put funds from a Sydney rail project into the Pacific Hwy began on the Northern Rivers, Nationals Senator Fiona Nash has said. Senator Nash credited Page Nationals candidate Kevin Hogan...
Food Oils Ain't Oils; When It Comes to Your Health Not All Oils Are Created Equal. Here's the Rundown on Which Oil to Use and Why
KNOWING what type of fats and oils to eat these days can be very confusing. Here's a few healthy choices that will benefit your heart and your immune system. Olive oil This well-used oil is rich in antioxidants that protect you against heart...
Getting Back to Grass Roots
HAMISH BROOME hamish.broome@northernstar.com.au AMERICAN author Michael H. Shuman, a passionate advocate for strengthening regional economies, will speak in Lismore next Monday. His most recent book Local Dollars, Local Sense explores ways...
It Is Tick Time, despite the Dry
MARNIE JOHNSTON marnie.johnston@northernstar.com.au TICK season has started early this year and pet owners must keep their guard up, warns Nick Jones from Lismore Veterinary Clinic. Mr Jones said it was worrying that in the recent dry weather...
Koala Colony Still at Risk
MAIRI MANLEY news@northernstar.com.au KOALA experts fear last week's bushfire at the Cudgen Nature Reserve could still strike a killing blow to the area's koala population, despite no injured animals having been found. The bushfire burnt out...
Nothing Too Good for These Babies
JANELLE MCLENNAN news@northernstar.com.au PAUL Stewart talks about his four Ford Falcon cars as if they were children. And he admits, albeit a little sheepishly, that he often treats his two XA, one XB and one XC Falcons as if they were big...
Southies to Benefit from Top Talent
THE migration of some of the district's best bowlers to South Lismore is starting to rival the northwards swim of the humpbacks. The once-unbeatable club will have its own Magnificent Seven newcomers in a bid next pennant season to take the top...
Stenberg Must Supply DNA
RODNEY STEVENS rodney.stevens@northernstar.com.au THE MAN accused of beheading Edward aNeda Kelly at his Broadwater home in June has been ordered to provide DNA to police. Jonathon Stenberg faced Lismore Local Court yesterday via video link...
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