Timber Bones bring the love, and their music to Roches

You can catch Timber Bones live and on tour when they arrive in Grafton for a gig at Roches Hotel next Saturday night.

Free childrens workshops at the Grafton gallery

Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum volunteer John Anderson and Object Gallery installation specialist Robert Pulie, unpack Laurie Nilsen's Emu, 2007, part of the exciting Menagerie exhibition. Photo Contributed

Free workshops to run January 19-20

6 things to do this weekend

Ideas to help you get out and about

Woolgoolga school friends reunion

Woolgoolga

Woolgoolga reunion to be held on June 11

8 things to do this weekend

The Brooms Head Family Fun Day is a great way to shake off the New Year hangover.

Get an active start to the new year

8 things to do this weekend

Stock up on fresh fruit and vegies with a trip to a market this weekend.

Give yourself a break from the Christmas shopping

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Blues Brews & BBQ'S

Brews Blues and BBQ'S is a great day for the whole family with top quality Blues Music being provided by live bands. Children are free.

Theatre of War

Theatre of War

The Clarence Valley Orchestra and Chorus conducted by their Artistic Director Greg...

Grafton Country Music Roundup

Grafton Fair Dinkum Country Music Roundup

Do you love traditional country music and bush balladry? Then make this a date!

Rural Weekly Pro Bull Riding Series

Rural Weekly Pro Bull Riding Series

The Rural Weekly Pro Bull Riding Series returns to Grafton in May 2016. Watch the...

Bent Bridge Film Festival

A local, home grown film festival for amateurs

A local, home grown film festival for amateurs

Bent Bridge Film Festival

Local, home grown film festival in Grafton for amateurs.

Local, home grown film festival in Grafton for amateurs.

Grafton Bridge To Bridge Ski Classic

Grafton Bridge To Bridge Ski Classic

The Grafton Bridge to Bridge is a 108 kilometre water ski race from Grafton to...

Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

PHOTOGRAPHER Warren Lynam offers some advice to people wanting to take an incredible lightning shot.

Property: What $300,000 buys you

Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: what's on in entertainment this week

Your guide to gigs in the Clarence Valley

Complete guide to 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Laurel Bank Park is in full bloom for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

Comprehensive guide to the 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: What's on this weekend

Victoria Avenue is heading to the Clarence

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: What's on this weekend

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: all the gigs you need this weekend

Catch Secret Bridesmaids' Business this weekend.

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: all the gigs you need this weekend

Brothers united in song and congas at the Clocky

Catch Tony and Darren Ford aka The Ford Brothers at The Clocky tomorrow night.

Brothers united in song and congas at the Clocky

Changes to the "backpacker economy" would hurt Gympie

Many Gympie region farming and tourism enterprises would suffer under planned taxation changes affecting the backpacker economy, it was claimed yesterday.

Backpacker tax faces opposition from farming, tourism

WATERING CANE: Industrial size sprinklers irrigate a cane farm on Goodwood Road.

Petition launched in bid to drop plan for 32.5% tax on backpackers

Sydney’s almost on top in keeping tourists entertained

Research from the first MasterCard Asia-Pacific Destination Index shows Australian cities claimed four of the top 20 destinations on this list.

Travelers to Sydney stay an average of 23.7 nights per visit

Splashing out on $40m push to lure international tourists

NATURAL DRAWCARD: Paddleboarders enjoy the Pumicestone Passage. A new tourism campaign is focused on aquatic and coastal attractions.

New campaign showcases region's beaches and water activities

Tourist influx helps break records for Yamba businesses

Records have been smashed in Yamba thanks to a tourism influx

Gunman open fire on tourists at Egyptian resort

Two suspected attacked stab and wound foreign tourists

VIDEO: Pup saved and sent over to Rockhampton Zoo

UNLEASHED: L-R Kirsten Bywater with new dingo pup Meeka and Yvette Fanning with Ernie at the Rockhampton Zoo.

Pup saved and sent over to Rocky Zoo

This has to be better alternative to ice addition

FISHING FANATIC: TFFC president John Reed.

One in five people participated in fishing activities in Capricornia

Anglers’ opportunity to apply for funding

Fisherman on the North Shore of Maroochydore fish for tailor during the winter.

2016 NSW Recreational Fishing Trust projects open.

New year kicks off in style for local anglers

DAY OUT: Fishing on the banks of the Clarence River at Maclean is Joe Kearin, on Saturday, 30th January, 2015.

The 'bream hole’ turns up trumps for Yamba fisherman

Beer & BS: Roothy tells how to keep an old truck running

John Rooth's old faithful Milo: It’s not that hard to keep an old truck flush in new parts

John Rooth lifts the lid on diesel power and Chooka’s latest hairdo.

12V tips: Five easy 4WD upgrades you can do at home

It’s a pretty safe bet there’s been more than a few divorces due to warm steaks, burnt fuses and wives tripping over tent pegs sticking out of the ground in the dark.

A few 12V upgrades can make 4WDing a whole lot more comfortable.

Camp cooking: Whip up a feast from whatever you've got

Roothy ready to get cooking on the campfire

Sometimes I just make things up to suit whatever’s in the truck.