March 2015

Published a story 5th Mar 2015 7:17 AM

WHAT to do with a downsized Grafton jail has exercised the minds of all the candidates contesting the seat of Clarence in the March 28 state election.

Candidates lock in on jail

WHAT to do with a downsized Grafton jail has exercised the minds of all the candidates contesting the seat of Clarence in the March 28 state election.

Published a story 4th Mar 2015 12:56 AM

CLARENCE River fishing industry figures say lack of adequate regulation for imported seafood may lead to outbreaks of food poisoning.

Co-op warns of health threat from imported fish

CLARENCE River fishing industry figures say lack of adequate regulation for imported seafood may lead to outbreaks of food poisoning.

Published a story 2nd Mar 2015 7:44 PM

ROADWORKS in South Grafton are proof the National Party has kept its promise to start work on a second Grafton Bridge in this term of State Government.

National Party on track to deliver second bridge if elected

ROADWORKS in South Grafton are proof the National Party has kept its promise to start work on a second Grafton Bridge in this term of State Government.

Published a story 2nd Mar 2015 2:07 PM

THERE’S a world of difference between the words ‘when’ and ‘if’ when it applies to discussion of the future of Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

What does slip of the tongue mean for PM’s chances?

THERE’S a world of difference between the words ‘when’ and ‘if’ when it applies to discussion of the future of Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

Published a story 2nd Mar 2015 7:02 AM

GRAFTON grandad Geoff Shepherd and the wood workers at the Men’s Shed have eliminated one of the arguments during backyard cricket at the Shepherd household.

Stump Jump appealing to backyard bowlers

GRAFTON grandad Geoff Shepherd and the wood workers at the Men’s Shed have eliminated one of the arguments during backyard cricket at the Shepherd household.

February 2015

Published a story 27th Feb 2015 7:48 AM

GRAFTON galloper Nautile’s campaign to have a crack at the $100,000 Grafton heat of the Country Championship has come down to the final race at Grafton today.

RACING: Nautile needs rain to hold off

GRAFTON galloper Nautile’s campaign to have a crack at the $100,000 Grafton heat of the Country Championship has come down to the final race at Grafton today.

Published a story 26th Feb 2015 7:05 AM

OPTOMETRISTS are under financial pressure to stop bulk billing patients following the Federal Government’s 5% cut to the Medicare rebate.

Optometrists may be forced to stop bulk-billing after cuts

OPTOMETRISTS are under financial pressure to stop bulk billing patients following the Federal Government’s 5% cut to the Medicare rebate.

Published a story 26th Feb 2015 6:54 AM

UNIVERSITY of New England students are wondering why they are being left out in the cold over access to study space at the new Grafton library.

UNE students left out in Grafton library

UNIVERSITY of New England students are wondering why they are being left out in the cold over access to study space at the new Grafton library.

Published a story 25th Feb 2015 12:45 AM

Greater Maclean Community Action Group has fired at the council, and the mayor has responded: Read the full texts

Councillor says Maclean at risk from negative vibes

Greater Maclean Community Action Group has fired at the council, and the mayor has responded: Read the full texts

Published a story 25th Feb 2015 12:25 AM

GRAFTON Redmen hooker John King’s last-minute call-up to the NSW Country Colts rugby union team promises to be a gift that keeps giving in the coming season.

Young forward ready to step up for Grafton

GRAFTON Redmen hooker John King’s last-minute call-up to the NSW Country Colts rugby union team promises to be a gift that keeps giving in the coming season.

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