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Volunteers critical during Northern Rivers flood crisis
When Lismore was inundated by water in February and March, people from in and around Lismore stepped forward to help. The Lismore offices of the Koori Mail newspaper were destroyed by the deluge, but despite this the staff established their site as a support hub for supplies and services.
These images by photographer Jessie Prince of The Quarter Acre studio in Byron Bay pay tribute to some of the many volunteers who helped the Koori Mail continue their crucial work.