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NOTICE OF MEMBERS EXTRAORINDARY LAND DEALING MEETING

Latest venues of concern on Northern Rivers

By Samantha Elley
We may be out of lockdown and the state has a vaccination rate of over 70 per cent but that is no time to leave our guard down when it comes to keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe, according to Northern NSW Local Health District.
While Sydney has been let off the leash and Northern Rivers prepares for an onslaught of visitors at the 80 per cent vaccination level, we still have a number of cases of Covid-19 on the Northern Rivers with venues of concern across a number of areas.
All close contacts are contacted directly and informed as part of normal contact tracing processes and they must get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result.
Anyone else who has been at these venues below at the date and time listed is considered a casual contact and they must get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.

Venues of concern by suburb

Alstonville
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Friday, 1 October 10am – 11:15am
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Saturday, 2 October 10am – 11:15am
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Sunday, 3 October 5:30am – 2:30pm
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Tuesday, 5 October 5:30am – 3pm
• Alstonville The Federal Hotel 77 Main Street, Alstonville NSW 2477 Sunday, 3 October 10:30pm – 11:30pm
• Alstonville North Coast Recycling Pty Ltd 19-21 Northcott Crescent, 28 September 5.40am – 7.20am
Ballina
• Ballina Coles, cnr Fox & Kerr Streets Tuesday 5 October 7.55pm – 8.05pm
• Ballina Metro Petrol Station, 323 River Street, Tuesday 5 October 8.10pm—8.15pm
• Ballina Ritchies Super IGA, 44 Bangalow Road, Wednesday 6 October 6.50pm – 7pm
Casino
• Casino Outdoor & Disposal 171 Centre Street Friday 1 October 2021 10:30am to 10:45am
• Casino Aldi 133-135 Centre Street Wednesday 29 September 9:10am – 9:40am and Wednesday 29 September 3:10pm – 3:40pm
• Casino Anglican Op Shop 120 Barker Street Wednesday 29 September 2:15pm – 2:30pm
• Casino Lifeline Shop 95 Barker Street Wednesday 29 September 2:30pm – 3:00pm
• Casino Simply U Yoga The Chambers, 98 Walker Street Thursday 30 September 9:00am – 10:10am and Friday 1 October 6.30am – 7:15am
• Casino Scrivener and Webb Pharmacy 89 Walker Street Friday 1 October 3:05pm – 3:15pm
• Casino Woolworths 165 Canterbury Street Friday 1 October 3:25pm – 3:55pm and Sunday 3 October 3.40pm – 4.05pm
Goonellabah
• Goonellabah Chemist Warehouse 799 Ballina Road Wednesday 29 September 4:05pm – 4:25pm
• Goonellabah Coles 44 Oliver Avenue Thursday 30 September 1:55pm – 2:15pm
• Goonellabah Medical Center 616 Ballina Road Thursday, 30 September 5.10pm -6.50pm and Tuesday 28 September 5.15pm – 6.40pm
• Goonellabah IGA 29-31 Rous Road, Tuesday 28 September 7pm-7.05pm
• Goonellabah Woolworths 2 Simeoni Drive, Tuesday 28 September 6.40pm – 7pm
Grafton
• Grafton Coles South Grafton Bent Street, South Grafton, NSW 2460 Tuesday, 28 September 10am – 11am
• Grafton Coles South Grafton 86-96 Bent Street, South Grafton 2460 Tuesday, 28 September 4:15pm – 4:30pm
• Grafton Big W Duke & Fitzroy Street Tuesday 5 October 4.40pm-5.10pm
• Coles South Grafton 84-96 Bent Street Monday 27 September 2021 9.45am to 9.50am, and 2.30pm to 2.45pm, Tuesday 28 September 4.15pm-4.30pm and Tuesday 5 October 2021 1.20pm to 1.35pm
• Coles Express Grafton 91 Bent Street, Corner Spring Street Tuesday 5 October 2021 12.20pm to 12.30pm
• Coles Liquor South Grafton 94 Bent Street Tuesday 5 October 2021 1.30pm to 1:45pm
• Grafton Australian Community Care Network 117 Fitzroy Street Wednesday 29 September 9.55am – 11.40am
• Grafton Woolworth Shoppingworld, Sunday 3 October, 4.30pm – 5pm
• South Grafton, Craig’s Birdplace, 99 Skinner Street, Tuesday 5 October, 2pm- 2.30pm
Kyogle
• Kyogle Family Support Services Neighbourhood Centre 8 Geneva Street Thursday 30 September 2021 9.00am to 9:30am
• Kyogle Australia Post 149 Summerland Way Wednesday 29 September 10:40am – 10:45am
• Kyogle IGA Liquor 17-31 Summerland Way Wednesday 29 September 3:00pm – 4:00pm
• Kyogle Ritchies Supa IGA 17-31 Summerland Way, Tuesday 28 September 11.3am-11.45am, Wednesday 29 September 8.20am-8.25am, Friday 1 October 2:05pm – 2:25pm
• The Espresso Edge, Kyogle, 109 Summerland Way Friday 1 October, 1pm – 1.15pm
Lennox Head
• Lennox Head Lennox Hotel Pacific Parade and Byron Street, Lennox Head, NSW, 2478 Sunday, 3 October 6:35pm – 7pm
Lismore
• Lismore Big W Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday,1 October 11:40am – 12:15pm
• Lismore Woolworths Lismore Square Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Tuesday 28 September 12pm – 12.15pm, Wednesday 29 September 10.35am-10.40am, Friday, 1 October 12:15pm – 12:50pm
• Lismore Big W Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday, 1 October 11:40am – 12:10pm
• East Lismore Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology Shop 11-16, 62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Thursday 30 September 2021 11:15am to 12:15pm
• Lismore Best and Less 137 Keen Street Wednesday 29 September 4:35pm – 4:40pm
• Lismore Officeworks 250 Molesworth Street Wednesday 29 September 5:10pm – 5:15pm
• Lismore Strandbags Shop 31 Lismore Square Shopping Centre, Cnr Brewster & Uralba Streets Wednesday 29 September 5:20pm – 5:25pm
• Lismore Coles Lismore Square Shopping Centre, Cnr Brewster & Uralba Streets Wednesday 29 September 5:25pm – 6:05pm
• Lismore Henry’s Bakery Café 87 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 10:20am – 10:40am
• Lismore The New Camera House 95 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 10:40am – 11:15am
• Lismore The Book Warehouse 107-109 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 11:15am – 11:20am
• East Lismore SPAR Shop 1/62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Friday 1 October 2:40pm – 2:45pm
• East Lismore Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology Shop 12/ 62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Friday 1 October 2:40pm – 3:20pm
• Lismore Bunnings, 2 Bruxner Highway, Sunday 3 October 11.50am-12.05pm
• Lismore Fundies, 140 Keen Street, Wednesday 29 September 4.40pm – 5.05pm, Thursday 30 September 1.35pm – 1.45pm
• Coffee Guru, Shop 36 Lismore Square Wednesday 29 September 11.15am – 11.50am
• Pets and Saddles North Lismore, Bridge Street Tuesday 28 September 11.50am – 11.55am
• South Lismore Post Office 73 Union Street, Tuesday 5 October 11.30am – 11.45am
• South Lismore Southside Hot Bread, 89-91 Union Street, Tuesday 5 October 11.45am – 11.50am
• Lismore Ongmac Trading, 86 Conway Street, Wednesday 6 October 11.50am – 12pm
• Lismore ALDI, 44 Ballina Road Wednesday 6 October 9.25am – 10am
• Lismore Officeworks 250 Molesworth Street, Wednesday 6 October, 2.05pm – 2.15pm
• Australia Post Lismore, Conway Plaza Upper Ground Floor, 21 Conway Street Wednesday, 6 October 2.15pm – 2.50pm

Venues of concern by date

September 28
• Alstonville North Coast Recycling Pty Ltd 19-21 Northcott Crescent, 28 September 5.40am – 7.20am
• Goonellabah Medical Center 616 Ballina Road Tuesday 28 September 5.15pm – 6.40pm
• Goonellabah IGA 29-31 Rous Road, Tuesday 28 September 7pm-7.05pm
• Goonellabah Woolworths 2 Simeoni Drive, Tuesday 28 September 6.40pm – 7pm
• Grafton Coles South Grafton Bent Street, South Grafton, NSW 2460 Tuesday, 28 September 10am – 11am
• Grafton Coles South Grafton 86-96 Bent Street, South Grafton 2460 Tuesday, 28 September 4:15pm – 4:30pm
• Kyogle Ritchies Supa IGA 17-31 Summerland Way, Tuesday 28 September 11.3am-11.45am,
• Lismore Woolworths Lismore Square Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Tuesday 28 September 12pm – 12.15pm
• North Lismore Pets and Saddles, Bridge Street Tuesday 28 September 11.50am – 11.55am
September 29
• Casino Aldi 133-135 Centre Street Wednesday 29 September 9:10am – 9:40am and Wednesday 29 September 3:10pm – 3:40pm
• Casino Anglican Op Shop 120 Barker Street Wednesday 29 September 2:15pm – 2:30pm
• Casino Lifeline Shop 95 Barker Street Wednesday 29 September 2:30pm – 3:00pm
• Goonellabah Chemist Warehouse 799 Ballina Road Wednesday 29 September 4:05pm – 4:25pm
• Grafton Australian Community Care Network 117 Fitzroy Street Wednesday 29 September 9.55am – 11.40am
• Kyogle Australia Post 149 Summerland Way Wednesday 29 September 10:40am – 10:45am
• Kyogle IGA Liquor 17-31 Summerland Way Wednesday 29 September 3:00pm – 4:00pm
• Kyogle Ritchies Supa IGA 17-31 Summerland Way, Wednesday 29 September 8.20am-8.25am,
• Lismore Best and Less 137 Keen Street Wednesday 29 September 4:35pm – 4:40pm
• Lismore Officeworks 250 Molesworth Street Wednesday 29 September 5:10pm – 5:15pm
• Lismore Strandbags Shop 31 Lismore Square Shopping Centre, Cnr Brewster & Uralba Streets Wednesday 29 September 5:20pm – 5:25pm
• Lismore Fundies, 140 Keen Street, Wednesday 29 September 4.40pm – 5.05pm
• Lismore Coles Lismore Square Shopping Centre, Cnr Brewster & Uralba Streets Wednesday 29 September 5:25pm – 6:05pm
• Lismore Woolworths Lismore Square Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Wednesday 29 September 10.35am-10.40am
• Coffee Guru, Shop 36 Lismore Square Wednesday 29 September 11.15am – 11.50am
September 30
• Casino Simply U Yoga The Chambers, 98 Walker Street Thursday 30 September 9:00am – 10:10am and Friday 1 October 6.30am – 7:15am
• Goonellabah Coles 44 Oliver Avenue Thursday 30 September 1:55pm – 2:15pm
• Goonellabah Medical Center 616 Ballina Road Thursday, 30 September 5.10pm -6.50pm
• Kyogle Family Support Services Neighbourhood Centre 8 Geneva Street Thursday 30 September 2021 9.00am to 9:30am
• East Lismore Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology Shop 11-16, 62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Thursday 30 September 2021 11:15am to 12:15pm
• Lismore Henry’s Bakery Café 87 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 10:20am – 10:40am
• Lismore The New Camera House 95 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 10:40am – 11:15am
• Lismore The Book Warehouse 107-109 Keen Street Thursday 30 September 11:15am – 11:20am
• Lismore Fundies, 140 Keen Street, Thursday 30 September 1.35pm – 1.45pm
October 1
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Friday, 1 October 10am – 11:15am
• Casino Outdoor & Disposal 171 Centre Street Friday 1 October 2021 10:30am to 10:45am
• Casino Woolworths 165 Canterbury Street Friday 1 October 3:25pm – 3:55pm
• Kyogle Ritchies Supa IGA 17-31 Summerland Way Friday 1 October 2:05pm – 2:25pm
• Lismore Big W Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday,1 October 11:40am – 12:15pm
• Kyogle, The Espresso Edge, 109 Summerland Way Friday 1 October, 1pm – 1.15pm
• Lismore Woolworths Lismore Square Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday, 1 October 12:15pm – 12:50pm
• Lismore Big W Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday, 1 October 11:40am – 12:10pm
• Lismore Woolworths Lismore Square Cnr. Brewster & Uralba St, Lismore NSW 2480 Friday, 1 October 12:15pm – 12:45pm
• East Lismore SPAR Shop 1/62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Friday 1 October 2:40pm – 2:45pm
• East Lismore Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology Shop 12/ 62 Wyrallah Road Shopping Centre Friday 1 October 2:40pm – 3:20pm
October 2
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Saturday, 2 October 10am – 11:15am
October 3
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Sunday, 3 October 5:30am – 2:30pm
• Alstonville The Federal Hotel 77 Main Street, Alstonville NSW 2477 Sunday, 3 October 10:30pm – 11:30pm
• Casino Woolworths 165 Canterbury Street Sunday 3 October 3.40pm – 4.05pm
• Grafton Woolworth Shoppingworld, Sunday 3 October, 4.30pm – 5pm
• Lennox Head Lennox Hotel Pacific Parade and Byron Street, Lennox Head, NSW, 2478 Sunday, 3 October 6:35pm – 7pm
• Lismore Bunnings, 2 Bruxner Highway, Sunday 3 October 11.50am-12.05pm
October 5
• Alstonville Café 86 on Main Street 86 Main Street Alstonville, NSW 2477 Tuesday, 5 October 5:30am – 3pm
• Ballina Coles, cnr Fox & Kerr Streets Tuesday 5 October 7.55pm – 8.05pm
• Ballina Metro Petrol Station, 323 River Street, Tuesday 5 October 8.10pm—8.15pm
• Grafton Big W Duke & Fitzroy Street Tuesday 5 October 4.40pm-5.10pm
• Coles South Grafton 84-96 Bent Street Tuesday 5 October 2021 1.20pm to 1.35pm
• Coles Express Grafton 91 Bent Street, Corner Spring Street Tuesday 5 October 2021 12.20pm to 12.30pm
• Coles Liquor South Grafton 94 Bent Street Tuesday 5 October 2021 1.30pm to 1:45pm
• South Grafton, Craig’s Birdplace, 99 Skinner Street, Tuesday 5 October, 2pm- 2.30pm
• South Lismore Post Office 73 Union Street, Tuesday 5 October 11.30am – 11.45am
• South Lismore Southside Hot Bread, 89-91 Union Street, Tuesday 5 October 11.45am – 11.50am
October 6
• Ballina Ritchies Super IGA, 44 Bangalow Road, Wednesday 6 October 6.50pm – 7pm
• Lismore Ongmac Trading, 86 Conway Street, Wednesday 6 October 11.50am – 12pm
• Lismore ALDI, 44 Ballina Road Wednesday 6 October 9.25am – 10am
• Lismore Officeworks 250 Molesworth Street, Wednesday 6 October, 2.05pm – 2.15pm
• Australia Post Lismore, Conway Plaza Upper Ground Floor, 21 Conway Street Wednesday, 6 October 2.15pm – 2.50pm

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Housing demand creates planning challenges

The current lack of affordable and diverse housing for buyers and renters is a crisis which is confronting all levels of government.

A move to regional areas, limited government investment in social housing, a boom in short terms rentals, COVID-19, the recent floods and inflation have put great pressures on the property market.

While housing is primarily the responsibility of federal and state governments, Tweed Shire Council plays a key role as a determining authority/regulator for housing and planning law.

 

Council acts on unauthorised dwellings. Over the last 2 years, Council has contributed to an increased supply of affordable housing by encouraging diverse and affordable housing through the approval of more than 130 DAs involving secondary dwelling (granny flats) development controls, in addition to established dual occupancy controls.

In recognising the housing crisis, Council has worked collectively through the Northern Rivers Joint Organisation (NRJO) and Local Government NSW, to be an advocate for action on new social housing supply and affordability policies.

Over the last 2 years, Council has contributed to an increased supply of affordable housing by encouraging diverse and affordable housing through the approval of more than 130 DAs involving secondary dwelling (granny flats) development controls, in addition to established dual occupancy controls.

Attached dual occupancy dwellings are also possible in many rural areas, in addition to established urban areas.

More information can be found at tweed.nsw.gov.au/granny-flats-secondary dwellings

Additional dual occupancy information can also be found at tweed.nsw.gov.au/dual-occupancy

While Council provides a supportive approach to people affected by the housing crisis, it also has an important statutory responsibility to ensure that any land uses or building works provide a safe and secure housing.

Council recently resolved at its 7 July 2022 meeting to reinforce its role in undertaking compliance action on unauthorised dwellings.

General Manager Troy Green said Council had rescinded the resolution at Item 21.1 of the 2 June 2022 Confidential Council Meeting. The resolution sought to extend an initial moratorium from its 4 November 2021 meeting on taking compliance action on unauthorised dwellings up until 30 September 2022.

“After attending a workshop and gaining additional advice from staff, Councillors acknowledged there may be significant risks for Council to extend the earlier moratorium,” Mr Green said.

“In response to the potential risk and liability identified, it was agreed that a late report be submitted to the Extraordinary Council Meeting of 7 July 2022, seeking to rescind Council’s resolution from the 2 June 2022 meeting.

“Council also resolved that any new compliance matters would be subject to the current requirements of Council’s adopted Compliance Policy.”

Unauthorised building works carried out without required formal approval and certification can pose significant risk to life and property.

In other scenarios, unauthorised building works could also be poorly located on sites which are flood prone, bushfire prone, contaminated or landslip areas and thereby present similar life-threatening, public health and environmental hazards.

Council encourages people to undertake their land use activities with proper consent and approvals to avoid causing a nuisance or acting in breach of legislation.

Council has a compliance policy which guides the approach and response to a range of compliance issues.

However we also rely on the community to report unauthorised work and provide evidence to assist Council in taking action.

Compliance officers use their discretion when dealing with such matters, taking into account the evidence, cost to the community of any action, details of the case, public policy and legal precedent.

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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY URGED TO GET BOOSTER

With a new wave of COVID-19 cases continuing to increase across the state, people with disability are encouraged to get the latest COVID-19 vaccine booster dose.
Minister for Families and Communities and Minister for Disability Services Natasha Maclaren-Jones said people with disability can be more vulnerable to the harmful effects of COVID-19.
“Protecting people with disability is vital as they can be at greater risk of developing serious illness if they become infected,” Mrs Maclaren-Jones said.
“Vaccination is readily available at GPs and pharmacies and we are urging everyone to book in without delay.”
COVID-19 booster doses are recommended for anyone 16 years and older who had their last dose of a primary course at least three months ago.
The COVID-19 vaccine can be taken at the same time as the influenza vaccine, which people with disability are also being urged to take.
While the free flu vaccination program in NSW ends on 17 July 2022, those considered to be at higher risk of severe illness from influenza remain eligible for a FREE flu vaccine beyond this date, under the National Immunisation program. This includes:
• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from six months of age
• Children from six months to under five years of age
• People with serious health conditions (including severe asthma, diabetes, cancer, immune disorders, obesity, kidney, heart, lung or liver disease)
• Pregnant women
• People aged 65 and over.
The NSW Government is also providing up to 7.9 million rapid antigen tests (RATs) to people with disability and other vulnerable community members with the program recently expanded to 31 October 2022.
To find your nearest vaccination clinic, visit nsw.gov.au.

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Royal Australian College of GPs COVID-19 antiviral treatment

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Royal Australian College of GPs

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has welcomed the expansion of COVID-19 antiviral treatment access.

It follows federal Minister for Health and Aged Care Mark Butler announcing that eligibility for lifesaving COVID-19 antiviral treatments will be widened. From today, access will be expanded under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme to the following patients who test positive to COVID-19:

  • all those aged over 70
  • people aged over 50 with two or more risk factors for severe disease
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people aged over 30 with two or more risk factors for severe disease
  • immunocompromised people over 18 may also be eligible.

RACGP Vice President Dr Bruce Willett welcomed the expansion.

“This is a sound and timely decision that will make a real difference for many patients across Australia,” he said.

“In communities everywhere, we have high rates of community transmission of COVID-19, and we know that some patients are particularly vulnerable to severe effects. By expanding access to the antivirals, we can help keep people out of hospital, relieve pressure on the entire health system and save lives.”

Dr Willett said that once again GPs and general practice teams will be front and centre.

“General practice is the backbone of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, and we play an essential role getting people timely access to these potentially lifesaving antivirals,” he said.

“GPs are the key to safely prescribing these treatments. We have a strong and, in many cases, long-standing connection with our patients and understand their life circumstances including existing health conditions or other factors such as plans to become pregnant. We also have a comprehensive understanding of how these antivirals interact with other drugs and established systems such as telehealth, so GPs can speak with COVID-19-positive patients safely and prescribe the right antiviral without delay.”

The RACGP Vice President said that that more must be done to fight complacency and contain the harm caused by COVID-19.

“Expanding eligibility is vital; however, we must also enhance community awareness around antivirals and ensure that those patient groups most vulnerable to severe effects from the virus access these drugs. They can save your life if taken early enough,” he said.

“People who believe they are eligible for an antiviral should make an appointment with their GP now to plan how they can receive the drugs if they test positive. Because the drugs are listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, a GP will not be able to prescribe an antiviral until the patient actually has COVID-19. So, for those eligible – as soon as you get a positive rapid antigen test or a positive PCR test, call your GP and, if you can’t talk to them, leave a phone message to say you have tested positive and you need a prescription.

“The reason this is so important is that with these treatments we must act quickly. The antivirals have to be given within five days, and they become less effective as you get closer to day five. So, getting that message out there is essential, and I encourage everyone to have conversations with people in their life about these treatments.”

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