Latest Wollongbar News

Goonellabah Skatepark Set For Exciting Upgrade
Teen charged over multiple car thefts – Operation Mongoose North
$300 Million Investment In TAFE NSW
$3.5 million boost for koala care in regional New South Wales
$3.5 million boost for koala care in regional NSW
Tamara Smith announces new Wollongbar preschool as Greens tick off election commitment to 100 new public preschools
Local schools lead way in waste wise initiatives
Police charge man after police operation at Wollongbar
Man taken into custody as part of police operation – Wollongbar
Police operation underway at Wollongbar
Labor should be ashamed as local road funding slashed
Federal Review Deprives Ballina Shire of Vital Bruxner Highway Upgrade
Same Old Labor – Minns and Albanese Turn Their Backs on NSW
Historic native title agreement for Northern Rivers
Lismore site now temporary home for flood-impacted residents
Flood risk returns for Northern Rivers
NSW police charge man with sexual touching at Richmond
Nearly 6 months on, flood victims are still waiting to be housed
Fatal pedestrian crash at Lismore, NSW
Sneaths Road, Wollongbar reopened to one lane: Ballina Shire
Step forward in long-term flood recovery
Temporary accommodation sites secured for flood-affected communities
First residents move into ‘pod’ villages
Ceremony to remember mariners on torpedoed WWII ship
First Northern Rivers housing pods arrive: Ballina Shire
$350 million modular housing package for flood-affected communities
Wet Weather Update – Tuesday 29 March 2022: Ballina Shire
Wet weather road status information – update at 12 noon
Family unites while supporting floods
Unplanned Water Outage – Alstonville CBD and surrounds
Strong winds cause temporary closure of Bulwinkle Park Alstonville
Trees and Wires Over Roads – Delay Unnecessary Driving
Regenerative agriculture PhD researcher shortlisted for national award
Crown land for Northern Rivers wildlife hospital
Beetles With Benefits – Nature’s Waste Disposal Stars
Discovery of historic shipwreck SS Wollongbar II
Breeding program matching oil quality with market demand
Dying Norfolk Pine at Byron Bay to be removed for public safety
Dying Norfolk Pine at Byron Bay to be removed
EOI for macadamia growers to benefit from Clean Coastal Catchments project