Treasure trove of folk gems from solo muso

WEAVING WORDS: Black Rabbit George is playing in Yamba next month.

Paul George brings his sounds to the Pacific

VALLEY ROUND-UP: Community news from around the Clarence Valley

WELCOME ABOARD: Yamba Day VIEW Welcomes new members Wendy Smith, President Lyn, Marjorie Mullins and (front) Marlene Wells.

See what's making news in our community groups

Gavin finding the way to success

FINDS A WAY: Gavin Rayward practises in darkness before the Northern NSW RAID event.

Ready to take on eight-hour race






Boxing great gives Horn a chance of causing upset

Ray Wheatley sees no reason why Brisbane underdog Jeff Horn can't write his own page of history with a win over all-time great Manny Pacquiao on Sunday, July 2.

Horn is no ordinary Joe despite US commentators' slip-up

US boxing commentators are writing off Joe Horn ... err Jeff Horn ... against Manny Pacquaio

It's Jeff not Joe mate!

Stephen A. Smith gets Jeff Horn's name wrong at press conference.

Five tips to prepare for the NDIS

WHETHER the NDIS is rolling out in your region tomorrow, in six months or in a year, you need to start getting ready now.

When the NDIS is rolling out at your place

THE National Disability Insurance Scheme launched in July 2013 and continues to roll out region by region across the country.

Creating your first plan

YOUR first plan is the start of a lifelong relationship with the NDIS.

Jacaranda candidacy proves irresistible

Brielle joins the quest for Jacaranda Queen along side her friends

ASK A VET: Q&A session for concerned dog owners

Q&A: Veronica Balsamello from You Love 'Em, We Scrub 'Em with Dr Louisa Poutsma and veterinary assistant Francisco Bravo from Mobile Vet.

What do you want to know about your dog's health?

Grafton a hotbed of action for commercial investors

Ford and Dougherty general manager Renai Williams, sales agent Mackenzie Harvison and commercial manager Natasha Watkinson.

Out-of-town buyers snap up Grafton's commercial properties

Helping our kids be positive and resilient

KIDS' PLAY: Justin Coulson after speaking at the Parenting Festival in Grafton.

Author to speak to parents in Valley

Combustion stove fire a timely reminder

Fire & Rescue NSW

Photo: Trevor Veale /  The Coffs Coast Advocate.

Fire at Grafton residence

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Bundy mum blogging to get families offline

A BUNDABERG mum is on a mission to help parents and children take a breather from social media.

11 things to do this weekend

Caz O'Hearns and Austin King are celebrating Harmony Day at the Harwood Hotel on Saturday, 19th March, 2016. Photo Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner

Looking for something to do this weekend?

YOU'RE INVITED: Meet your Jacaranda Queens

2016 Jacaranda Queen candidates (from left) Shannon Carter, Heidi Madsen and Sharnie Wren with Kellie Murphy who was presenting the cadidates with their crowns at the annual Jacaranda meet and greet at the GDSC on Sunday,19th June, 2016.

Meet and Greet event open to public for first time

Shoes make difference to kids in Zambia

MANY SHOES: Toowoomba Grammar School's Adrian Irwin and Fairholme College's Libby Stumer with shoes collected for children in Zambia.

Students are making a difference, creating a new project

Short term rentals rules stay in the too-hard basket

Close up of lease agreement empty document with pen

Legislators are still deciding on rules for short term rentals.

YOUR CHAMBER: A united voice for our economy

Katie Kelemec.

Valley working together to create stronger voice on economic growth

New owners at the Prince Street Coffee House

Jo and Amy Hall are the new owners of the Prince Street Coffee House as of Friday, June 16.

Melissa and Desley farewell 20 years of business

100s sign petition opposed to proposed rate hike

South Grafton resident Elwynne Casson signs the petition against the council's proposed special rate variation.

A petition opposed to the councils proposed SRV proves popular.

News that Costa may be selling berry farms

Pickers work the Costa Berries farm north of Corindi off Range Rd.

Is the Costa Group looking to sell Coffs Coast farms?

Unveiling new business group vital to business future

Umbrella group formed to represent Valley business interest

Lightning gala awards night

Stephen and Kellie Holdsworth at the Caloundra Event Centre for the Sunshine Coast Lightning end of season gala event.

Lightning gala awards night

Samsung's The Frame turns television into art

The launch of The Frame by Samsung.

The Frame, by Samsung, promises to bring art to a whole new generation. The new...

Fenech says Horn will win

Boxers pose with the WBO World Championship belt.

Jeff Fenech says Jeff Horn has done everything he needs to be World Champion.

Pauline won't say sorry

Senator Pauline Hanson speaking at today’s press conference at Parliament House. Picture: Kym Smith

One Nation leader will not apologise for comments.

Jeff Horn final hitout

Boxer prepares for title fight.

Qld boxer prepares for WBO world welterweight title.

‘I peed myself at my friend’s wedding’

SIX weeks after Alice Craigie gave birth to her son Milton, she and her husband had their first big baby-free outing at a friend’s wedding.

Boy’s Aussie operation after penis accidentally amputated

Benson Wasswa, 8, was forced to use a catheter and bag for the past two years after a Ugandan hospital accidentally amputated his penis. Picture: Pic Jono Searle

Eight-year-old Benson Wasswa was forced to use a catheter

Toyota offers a bright orange 86 special edition track toy

No extra engine power, but Toyota's limited edition 86 should be a better track toy with bigger brakes and improved suspension. It's quite bright, too.

Toyota offering 60 special 86s with improved brakes and suspension

'He just wants friends': dad says Hanson comments hurt

Xavier Grayson, 7, has autism and "loves school", says his dad Ben.

LISMORE single dad Ben Grayson has been rallying for four years to find out what’s...

What happens to your body when you run?

GET MOVING: The Chronicle's Kick the Kilos challenge starts today.

Understanding the effects running has on your body is vital

OPINION: Pauline's right, autistic kids need own schools

Shaun Berrigan with daughter Imogen.

Pauline Hanson is on the right track with the autism debate.

Coloured tags for dogs to prevent attacks

NEW IDEA: Bruce Kelson (inset) wants to introduce coloured tags as law for people who own dogs to try and prevent canines attacking each other.

Colour-coded tags for big and small dogs could become the law

What's on the small screen this week

HAMISH and Andy hear another funny story, Netflix premieres a movie about a girl and her super-pig, and a millionaire finds out what it's like to be homeless.

Digging down to find Clare

Australian actress and singer Clare Bowen, who got her big break on the US TV series Nashville, is touring Australia with her solo album.

After five years on Nashville it’s time to tell her own stories.

TV REVIEW: Offspring season 7 is... fine

Alexander England and Asher Keddie in a scene from season seven of Offspring.

New Offspring won’t be remembered as the best season.

What's on at the cinemas over the school holidays

Tom Holland in a scene from the movie Spider-man: Homecoming.

Escape from reality over the holidays with a trip to the movies.

Gateway to $3 billion, 4800 home new Coast city opens

The start of Peter Crosby Way at Sippy Downs, the northern access into the Harmony master-planned community at Palmview.

Palmview's $3b master-planned community of Harmony

Millionaire Nathan Birch to offload $55M in property

Nathan Birch wants to focus more on developing properties.

Sydney property investor has announced he is selling up

Fame factor boosts property prices in Byron

The stunning Clarke's Beach in Byron Bay.

House prices surge by an incredible 39.5% in star-studded area

Grass is greener for Warwick real estate

Warwick's rural charm and affordable property prices are enticing buyers from Brisbane.

Quality houses for half the price of Brisbane attracting interest

Builders relish Coast's growing construction rates

The Coast's average house price has risen from by more than $10,000 in the past three years to $507,100.

House numbers and values are rising on the Coast

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Regional jobs program to be expanded in budget

Support for regional jobs will feature in Tuesday's Queensland budget.

Regional jobs program to be expanded

Anger at Aurizon ad as jobs go in Gladstone

An Aurizon protest in Rockhampton.

Company rejects 'lousy' treatment claims

Adani: Yes it's a coal mine, but it's jobs we need

This bumper sticker has been increasingly appearing in Townsville, in the midst of environmental protests against the Adani mine. Picture: Chris McMahon

Company has been mired in a bitter protest war

Adani jobs to flow almost immediately after approval

Jeyakumar Janakaraj. Photo Chris Lees / Daily Mercury

Extra $1.2 billion a year in economic benefits for Qld economy

19 jobs available in the Clarence Valley right now

Construction jobs on the Pacific Highway upgrade are among the positions currently vacant.

These jobs are ready to apply for right now

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MY18 Subaru XV small SUV road test and review

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: The new MY18 Subaru XV offers a Toyota Prado-matching 220mm of ground clearance plus a smart X-Mode for traction on slippery surfaces. It starts from $27,990 before on-roads.

A small SUV with serious off-road clout? Enter Subaru's new XV

Long tailed Jaguar confirmed for Australia

LONG TAIL: We didn't receive the previous generation Jaguar XF wagon, but the revamped model is headed Down Under late this year.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake due in late 2017

Hyundai to build pint-size and big daddy SUVs

The new Hyundai Kona is launched in South Korea.

Get set for even more SUVs from Hyundai.

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