NATIONAL Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and the RFS are making the best of the clear, cool conditions in a hazard reduction burn program around the Valley.
SOUTH Grafton High School student, Bryce Reardon from Ramornie couldn't believe it when he won the title of 2012 NSW Rural Fire Service Cadet of the Year.
VALLEY residents awoke to a split sky yesterday morning – half glorious autumn sunshine, the other half an ominous black thanks to low pressure system.
DRIVERS relying on Google Maps to navigate around the Clarence Valley may have been sent on a wild goose chase recently.
AFTER years of lobbying to have the Pacific Hwy upgraded, the Pacific Highway Taskforce is hoping a political pledge will finally be seen through.
PEOPLE who find themselves in Maclean’s main street tomorrow will be seeing red and it’s all for a good cause – the Salvation Army’s annual Red Shield Appeal.
“IF elected, we’ll fix the Pacific Highway”.It’s a promise Clarence Valley residents have heard time and time again before elections and is yet to be fulfilled.
A NUMBER of Yamba residents say they were not notified quickly enough about the current boil-water alert and now their stomachs are paying the price.
TEARS of grief mixed with warm smiles and laughter yesterday as friends and family said an emotional farewell to Yamba woman Patricia “Trish” Douglas.
POLICE are continuing to investigate a house fire at Yamba on Saturday night which claimed the life of a 66-year-old woman.