Kate Matthews

Kate Matthews
  • Joined: Aug 2012
  • published: 328

Published a story 5:51am Oct 2nd

A PLEDGE to ban coal seam gas mining in key seats across the North Coast has been criticised by an anti-CSG group concerned the Clarence Valley remains at risk.

Clarence left out in the coal

2 Oct 2014

A PLEDGE to ban coal seam gas mining in key seats across the North Coast has been criticised by an anti-CSG group concerned the Clarence Valley remains at risk.

Published a story 5:48am Sep 27th

THOUSANDS of people walk, ride or drive past Grafton’s Clocktower every day, but very few have seen it from the inside.

Time out for town clock

27 Sep 2014

THOUSANDS of people walk, ride or drive past Grafton’s Clocktower every day, but very few have seen it from the inside.

Published a story 5:40am Sep 26th

Rain fails to put a dampener on NAIDOC celebrations

26 Sep 2014

A WET start to NAIDOC celebrations at Grafton Showground meant numbers were down, but for those who attended it was a chance to celebrate the culture.

Published a story 5:38am Sep 25th

SUPPORTERS of Yamba’s Edible Garden Project were shocked and dismayed to find a number of planter boxes removed from Coldstream St early on Wednesday morning.

Edible Yamba still on the menu

25 Sep 2014

SUPPORTERS of Yamba’s Edible Garden Project were shocked and dismayed to find a number of planter boxes removed from Coldstream St early on Wednesday morning.

Published a story 11:46pm Sep 19th

A CLARENCE Valley woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer is among those encouraged by proposals to allow terminally ill patients to use medicinal cannabis in NSW.

Ovarian cancer patient praises cannabis

20 Sep 2014

A CLARENCE Valley woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer is among those encouraged by proposals to allow terminally ill patients to use medicinal cannabis in NSW.

Published a story 5:42am Sep 18th

SCORING a C+ on its first official health report card, the Clarence River and its tributaries could be better and could be worse, say the experts.

Clarence River gets a C+ score

18 Sep 2014

SCORING a C+ on its first official health report card, the Clarence River and its tributaries could be better and could be worse, say the experts.

Published a story 5:38am Sep 12th

THE GRAFTON Midnight Sports tournament will end on a high on Friday, with volunteers hopeful the program will find a new lease on life down the track.

Group jumps through hoops

12 Sep 2014

THE GRAFTON Midnight Sports tournament will end on a high on Friday, with volunteers hopeful the program will find a new lease on life down the track.

Published a story 9:44am Sep 11th

CYRIL Herborn will be remembered for his many achievements in life, not least his outstanding contribution to his country as a young soldier serving in WWI.

Veteran’s death prompts speech

11 Sep 2014

CYRIL Herborn will be remembered for his many achievements in life, not least his outstanding contribution to his country as a young soldier serving in WWI.

Published a story 8:29am Sep 11th

FROM an old bell found hanging outside an outback pub’s dunny door to Tibetan temple bells, Ross McLeod’s eclectic collection is as impressive as it is big.

Ross rings up a record

11 Sep 2014

FROM an old bell found hanging outside an outback pub’s dunny door to Tibetan temple bells, Ross McLeod’s eclectic collection is as impressive as it is big.

Published a story 11:34am Sep 8th

PIZZA, Chinese, Thai, and Indian are among some of Australia’s favourite home delivered meals so maybe it was only a matter of time before McDonald’s weighed in.

Putting weight behind delivery

8 Sep 2014

PIZZA, Chinese, Thai, and Indian are among some of Australia’s favourite home delivered meals so maybe it was only a matter of time before McDonald’s weighed in.

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