Aboriginal women hold fundraiser for family of Lynette Daley

"SHE was someone’s daughter, someone’s mother, someone’s sister, someone’s niece, someone’s granddaughter – she was a woman, she mattered.”

Hospital expected $7m in budget: it got less than 2% of that

Grafton Base Hospital. Photo Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner

Fears $121,000 in budget for care centre is a delaying tactic

North Coast quad bike deaths prompt new survey research

SAFETY FIRST: Quad bike accidents on farms have been put under the spotlight.

11 quad biker deaths prompts research

Protest against mega port to pop up

Pop-up protest at tomorrow's Yamba markets

Shark forum to update public next week

Community to receive update on $16 million Shark Management Strategy

Damaging winds and dangerous surf predicted this weekend

A boat nearly comes to grief as it attempts to cross a bar.

BOM issues warning for wild weather off the coast this weekend.

ALP heavyweight’s $1mil election pledge to local soccer

Deputy Federal Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek, left, with the ALP's candidate for Page Janelle Saffin and local soccer officials Amy Morgan, Robert Usher, Kerry Skinner and Shanon Tough.

Deputy Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek's promise to local socceer.

Jacaranda tree crushes car in Grafton

TIMBER: A Jacaranda tree on the corner of Queen and Dobie St i nGrafton has fallen onto a Holden Commodore.

Wind gusts of up to 65km/hr recorded in Grafton

Amateur surgical procedure goes balls up

Coffs Harbour police station sign NSW.  26 April  2016.

Police will allege the man is not a qualified or registered doctor

F is for .... fashion and flair

Grafton Cup Carnival fashions from 1966.

A to Z countdown to the July Racing Carnival

Snow white skippy a sight to behold

ALL WHITE: Myra James captured a rare photo of the albino kangaroo near Yamba with its young one.

Snow white skippy spotted with joey on the Northern Rivers

Local Partners

Cars For Sale

Find cars for sale online now.
Learn More

LETTER: Are we in danger of losing our sense of humour?

Now the dust has settled on the Eddie McGuire Caroline Wilson affair I would just like to ask a question.

LETTER: Which candidates actually support local business?

'How To Vote' pamphlets from various candidates in the electorate of Page for the 2016 Federal election.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner

Page candidates use companies in Sydney to print election material

SES expresses thanks for community cooperation

A wave crashes against the point near the mouth of the Wooli River after big storms.

Wooli residents thoughtful and responsibility in response to warning

C'mon Yamba, let's do the Douglas double

No Caption

Suggestion to name fields after both international football brothers

OPINION: Steaks have been raised in vegan challenge

My meals have comprised vegetables, soy and a squeeze of lemon juice for dinner. And another firm favourite is a wombok salad for dinner and lunch.

Four days in and it’s a lot tougher than I thought.

The economic debate at this election has been unimpressive

money generic

There's been a lot of low standard talk about economic management

STRANGE POLITICS: Here's what Cory Bernardi's up to

Senator Cory Bernardi

The Prime Minister has ticked Cory Bernardi off for being homophobic

Manslaughter accused walks out on bail

Man charged over the death of Vietnam War veteran Norman Olsen will be released from prison.

Committee backs reparations for Stolen Generations

Ike Kennedy, Charles Charlton-Walker, William Ferguson-Gardiner and Thomas Gardiner were on the Gold Coast dancing for a tourism promotion.

Compensation scheme recommended for stolen generation

Greens battle over ‘destructive’ biodiversity law reform

Coastal emus in danger.

Claims the state government is attacking biodiversity

Solar farms approved but NSW lags on renewables

Baird Government seeks green cred with solar farms

Snow, glorious snow: Ski resorts' glee at winter wonder

Snow is falling at the Thredbo Resort. Photo: Thredbo Resort / Facebook

Up to 40cm of show has already fallen across alps in southern states

Surfers stunned by missing risk assessment on shark barrier

The Department of Industries has confirmed the shark barrier at Lighthouse Beach won’t be moved to a new position, despite recent protests from surfers that it will run through the take-off zone.

The key stakeholder group say they've been ignored by the DPI

Tears and relief for family of Lynette Daley

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: Clarence Valley woman Lynette Daley, whose body was found on Ten Mile Beach near Iluka in January 2011.

Happy to hear news two men charged over beach death

Man hired PI to stalk ex-lover

Convicted stalker John Howard Amundsen has been sentenced to jail

ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies

Australia now wastes billions on formulating policies only to discard them almost immediately.

Australian politics: Why we've become a nation of nitpickers

This could be the key to saving the Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef and Bushy Atoll.

Corals could be saved by good bacteria

More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths

Improvements needed to rid world of childhood cancer

Blood test to predict premature births

Scientists have made a breakthrough in predicting premature births

Report reveals Australia well placed to fight superbugs

Me and My Pet: Lewis, 12 and Charli Adams, 9 show off their best friend, Reggie, the 3 year old Kelpie Cross.

Australian animals well placed to fight off superbugs

Britain votes to leave EU

Nigel Farage, center, the leader of the UK Independence Party reacts in celebration at a "Leave.EU" organization party for the British European Union membership referendum in London, Friday, June 24, 2016. Source AAP

It's official the 'Leave' campaign has enough votes to ensure Brexit

Brexit uncertainty wipes $50 billion off ASX

The ASX has dropped almost 200 points in response to the Brexit news. Source ASX.

If you thought Brexit wouldn't impact you, you were wrong

BREXIT: Why decision to leave could trigger another GFC

Rupert Murdoch's The Sun pushed for Britain to leave the EU.

Price of gold soars as Britain votes to exit EU

Special forces prevent mass casualties in Germany

Situation looked dire before special forces took decisive action

David Cameron has resigned

David Cameron resigns at the front of 10 Downing St. Source AAP

British PM David Cameron has resigned in response to the referendum

UK newspapers react to Brexit news

Brexit news in print - how the UK press reacted

Footballer given brown...I mean, red card for farting

Swedish soccer player Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was given a red card for breaking wind deliberately

‘What, am I not allowed to break wind a little?’

Teen couple kissing at Woolworths 'disgusting'

'I reported the matter to Policelink'

TOO FAR? Blues jersey cost this fan his train ride

Chris Chambers didn't let the incident dampen his love of the Blues on Origin night.

Blues aren't loved in these parts, but do they deserve this?

Who are the most reliable airlines in Australia?

Aeroplanes on the runway at Sunshine Coast Airport, Virgin Australia plane.
Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily

Wondering who will fly you there on time? Check the latest stats

House Rules pair creates stir at coffee drive through

Luke and Cody Cook are celebrities in Toowoomba. Photo Contributed

'Oh my god, I want to meet Luke and Cody so badly'

Harry Styles has signed a solo record deal

One Direction singer Harry Styles has signed a solo record deal.

Styles has already moved into the world of film

Kardashian cousins celebrate birthday with big toy giveaway

North West and Penelope Disick at their mermaid-themed birthday party, with aunt Kylie Jenner.

Toddlers give away truck load of toys to hospital

The Hard Word: Bring Me the Horizon drop new video

Bring Me the Horizon release new video

Bring Me the Horizon release new video

The Hard Word: Hands Like Houses announce tour

Hands Like Houses announce tour. Photo Contributed

Hands Like Houses announce tour

Daisy Ridley may have mucked up shooting for Star Wars

Daisy Ridley may have dyed her face yellow.

The Hard Word: Soilwork release rarities

Soilwork release new music.

Soilwork release rarities.

Sony releases 23MP super fast X series phones

Sony's Xperia X camera features a hybrid focus system designed to predict the action to capture the moment.

Australian details revealed for new Xperia X Series

Half of small businesses work weekends and evenings

Corporate Rodeo

Paperwork obligations on small business owners are becoming harsher

Markets and betting give strong indication of Brexit winner

Ballots from the City of Westminster and City of London are counted at the Lindley Hall, Royal Horticultural Halls, in London, Britain, 23 June 2016. Counting gets underway in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.

The official Brexit result will be known at 4pm AEST today

How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop

Rob Hutchings from Freshwater Crayfish Traders at Tarome.

VIDEO: Crayfish invasion hits the Scenic Rim.

Rio Tinto to pay $24,000 for refusing to pay sick leave

Rio Tinto’s Hail Creek Coal mine west of Mackay.

Rio Tinto has been ordered to pay $24,000 to the CFMEU.

Saddle sore but smiling after long ride to the rock

Matt Muir poses in front of Uluru after completing the ride from Adelaide to Uluru on the Smiling for Smiddy challenge.

More than $400,000 raised for cancer research