Food & Entertainment
Kristy Essex from the GDSC said the food truck festival was a huge hit with the locals
Who is the winner of our 2018 Showgirl competition?
A piece of history at the Show
The McClymonts have a new band member, and she's super cute.
Ian McGraw has been growing things all his life, but it's the smallest cucumber you've ever seen that is winning him prizes
INJURIES to key personnel across the Grafton Ghosts' first grade side has opened the door for a crop of fresh faces to play against Macksville on Sunday.
Art & Theatre
With a love of Shakespeare and a love of the theatre, Pelican Playhouse artistic director Mark Conaghan looks into the theatre's future
Police will prepare a report for the coroner following a fatal crash
EXCLUSIVE: If there's no bypass funds in the forward estimates of the next federal budget on May 8, Labor will be putting our local politicians under the pump.
IT'S been a day of political back and forth in Coffs Harbour with the Coffs Coast's two political leaders hitting back at claims from Labor's Anthony Albanese.
NSW Rugby is confident they might have unearthered many future Waratahs after almost 40 kids swarmed the South Grafton rugby fields.
GLADIATORS scramble to replace the high-powered Ghosts duo of Dylan Collett and Mitch Gorman.
BULLROUTS head across the ditch to take on the rest of the world.
MAGPIES leader Dan Randall has relished his switch to the forwards.
REBELS formulate a plot to dethrone Group 2 front runners.
Local talent Grace McDonald has taken home another scholarship
What's new in this month's edition of Clarence Valley Woman
Great news from last month's story about Melissa's campaign
South Club's fortunes have taken a big turn for the better.
Himalayan Climb to raise money for rare cancer charity
People and Places
From Grafton to the Paralympics and beyond
Tribute to solo paddle in art, music, performance and film
Record numbers of waterfowl entered at the Grafton Show
Showgirl entrants talk about their favourite parts of Grafton's Agricultural Show
Lower Clarence art festival to the auction of 'Tranquillity'
The Grafton Show has closed a major thoroughfare in Grafton
Massive installation will power iconic South Grafton business into the future
You won't believe how many panels are on the roof at sawmill
Country-based internet provider is focussed on regional customers
Jobs you should avoid by 2024
WEIGHING up her list of pros and cons, there was a clear winner.
"THERE'S no better way to explain life out here."
MOVE to the NT perfect for career, family and lifestyle.
“I knew I could turn it around – the state of it didn’t put me off."
Today's overprotected youth can be won back to science
Women can create their own personal zone - a lady lair.
Why are you over-thinking things? Life doesn't have to be quite so complicated.
From quaint country towns to pristine beaches, discover the drive destination on Glitter Strip's doorstep.
THERE are some reality TV auditions that people talk about for years to come. Tonight’s performance on The Voice will be one of them.
Mike Myers’ tiny double Mini-Me has died
The risky move was setting her up for something far bigger.
The brother of Avicii has travelled to Oman in search of answers
ACCLAIMED dramas The Handmaid's Tale and Westworld return.
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Beachside residential tower includes five penthouses
Diversification is one of the fundamental foundations of good investing.
Real estate agents use certain words to manipulate buyers.
It's not the government behind economy-destroying house prices
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Experience in Sawmill take out work desirable but not essential.
It's good news for Aussie blue-collar workers
And the increase in 'encore careers' where retirees come back for more
Documentary reveals how brutal the job market can be in Australia
Good wages available as resources industry puts on staff
ABC documentary follows a diverse group looking for work.
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The Ferrari Pista’s twin-turbo 3.9-litre V8 is a masterwork.
We compare three of the best: VW Polo v Mazda2 v Honda Jazz.
Cashed-up tradies seemingly can’t spend enough transforming their workhorses.
This intersection isn't doing much to help Perth drivers' reputation.
New tough Toyota HiLux trio joins the range.