August 2015

Published a story 28th Aug 2015 6:12 PM

THE September school holidays will provide the first indication for local tourism operators that the shark menace off our coastline is bad for business.

Yamba chamber's school holidays shark test

THE September school holidays will provide the first indication for local tourism operators that the shark menace off our coastline is bad for business.

Published a story 28th Aug 2015 6:05 PM

PUPILS of Yamba Public School were high fived and applauded as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the new school.

Yamba Public School pupils re-enact school march

PUPILS of Yamba Public School were high fived and applauded as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the new school.

Published a story 27th Aug 2015 6:56 PM

CLARENCE Valley Mayor Richie Williamson has branded a so-called vote calling for the dismissal of his council “a stunt” and a distraction from real issues.

Council rates meeting 'vote' a stunt or voice of angry town?

CLARENCE Valley Mayor Richie Williamson has branded a so-called vote calling for the dismissal of his council “a stunt” and a distraction from real issues.

Published a story 27th Aug 2015 6:31 PM

GETTING the clouds of yellow flowers needed for today’s annual Daffodil Day cancer fundraisers provides a challenge for those making the deliveries.

Fastway deliverers bringing your Daffodil Day flowers

GETTING the clouds of yellow flowers needed for today’s annual Daffodil Day cancer fundraisers provides a challenge for those making the deliveries.

Published a story 27th Aug 2015 9:32 AM

POLICE will be on the region’s roads in force from today in a bid to flatten a spike in the NSW road toll.

Police saturate roads to tackle State’s rising toll

POLICE will be on the region’s roads in force from today in a bid to flatten a spike in the NSW road toll.

Published a story 27th Aug 2015 7:36 AM

A PROPOSED shake-up of administrative staffing in North Coast TAFE campuses has people fearing for their jobs, says the union representing them.

TAFE workers fear for their jobs

A PROPOSED shake-up of administrative staffing in North Coast TAFE campuses has people fearing for their jobs, says the union representing them.

Published a story 26th Aug 2015 6:53 PM

GRAFTON race goers can look forward to some exciting times as racing resumes today.

Excitement builds as racing returns to Grafton today

GRAFTON race goers can look forward to some exciting times as racing resumes today.

Published a story 26th Aug 2015 6:23 PM

CLARENCE Valley fine food producer Peter Nicholson believes there is one finishing touch he can make to a product that has already won him five national awards.

Award-winning food producer seeks local beetroots

CLARENCE Valley fine food producer Peter Nicholson believes there is one finishing touch he can make to a product that has already won him five national awards.

Published a story 26th Aug 2015 6:18 PM

ONLY eight Grafton residents turned out for the first community consultation meeting to discuss a proposed 8% rate rise over the next five years.

Just eight attend Clarence Valley Council rates meeting

ONLY eight Grafton residents turned out for the first community consultation meeting to discuss a proposed 8% rate rise over the next five years.

Published a story 25th Aug 2015 6:51 PM

TERRI Quiring has been surrounded by inspiring people doing their bit to fight the scourge of the disease, and decided it was time for her to become involved.

Locals ready to shave for a cure

TERRI Quiring has been surrounded by inspiring people doing their bit to fight the scourge of the disease, and decided it was time for her to become involved.

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