June 2020

Published a story 3rd Jun 2020 12:46 AM

‘WE WANT our young people to be dealing with a payroll officer, not a parole officer

TIME TO ACT: City needs urgent heart transplant

‘WE WANT our young people to be dealing with a payroll officer, not a parole officer

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 10:40 PM

THE hashtag #MyClarenceValley has continued to be given a solid workout during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Social media plays pitoval role to showcase tourist hotspots

THE hashtag #MyClarenceValley has continued to be given a solid workout during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 9:46 PM

TIME will tell whether the lifting of the travel ban will be a godsend for local businesses or the precursor to a second wave of COVID-19.

Are we ready for the tourist influx?

TIME will tell whether the lifting of the travel ban will be a godsend for local businesses or the precursor to a second wave of COVID-19.

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 1:03 PM

‘A DAILY newspaper is the heart of any community – don’t let us lose it through inaction.’

Community reacts to decision to end print

‘A DAILY newspaper is the heart of any community – don’t let us lose it through inaction.’

Published a story 1st Jun 2020 5:47 PM

REGION’S doors now open to visitors as statewide campaign urges those planning a trip to “forget that overseas escape” and explore their own ­backyard.

Clarence featured in NSW tourism ad to ‘holiday at home’

REGION’S doors now open to visitors as statewide campaign urges those planning a trip to “forget that overseas escape” and explore their own ­backyard.

May 2020

Published a story 27th May 2020 5:34 PM

RECONCILIATION Week edition of The Daily Examiner hits the right notes with Clarence Valley’s indigenous community.

DEADLY EXAMINER: ‘Giving our mob a voice’

RECONCILIATION Week edition of The Daily Examiner hits the right notes with Clarence Valley’s indigenous community.

Published a story 26th May 2020 10:41 PM

SUNDAY, September 16, 1984 is one that shines like a ray of sunlight in the memory of former Lower Clarence half Michael Randall.

FLASHBACK: Magpies legend reflects on glory days of ‘84

SUNDAY, September 16, 1984 is one that shines like a ray of sunlight in the memory of former Lower Clarence half Michael Randall.

Published a story 22nd May 2020 9:37 AM

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Published a story 21st May 2020 10:58 AM

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It’s our goal every day to publish the best of our region’s breaking news, sports, business and entertainment journalism that matters most to you.

Published a story 21st May 2020 12:41 AM

DESPITE the opening of the 36km Glenugie to Tyndale section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, many trucks will continue to drive through Ulmarra.

Grafton bypass will save some lives, but not all

DESPITE the opening of the 36km Glenugie to Tyndale section of the Pacific Highway upgrade, many trucks will continue to drive through Ulmarra.

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