A RANGE of options will be explored as part of an effort by Clarence Valley Council to fix the valley's unsealed road network for good
What is on Jackson Hartley's mind?
Motorists faced heavy congestion on the Pacific Highway
Draft plan will consider new sailing club headquarters
Find out what will happen to the Ferry Park cane barge and ferry, the Iluka phone tower and if council will join a joint organisation
A JOCKEY has been thrown from his mount and trampled in a fall at the Clarence River Jockey Club
IT WAS a private chat when Facebook was in its infancy, but what Mark Zuckerberg said shows why his firm is in a world of hurt.
AUSTRALIANS are being blackmailed by online scammers posing as models, who threaten to send sexual photos and videos to their loved ones.
Clarence Valley BMX track to get upgrade to help future events
FOR the past three months, Alan and Mitchell Hale spent long nights and early mornings working on rebuilding their 1978 UC Torana from the ground up
CAPPED 31 times for the national team, the move will make Douglas ineligible to be picked for Australia once he is based overseas.
THE Daily Examiner Shield rugby league competition will be held across three nights with the finals under lights at McKittrick Park on Wednesday, June 27.
GHOSTS looking to younger generation to take up the fight in 2018.
Cycling & MTB
SIX CV riders will hit the tracks this week at nationals.
The 34-year-old made light of the incident
the company is quite diverse and really passionate about getting women in to the workforce
These two women are proving the value of online business
The Daily Examiner welcomes its new women's section
One phone call that paved the way to better youth mental health
We're pleased to announce the launch of Clarence Valley Woman
CRANES proudly celebrate International Women's Day
First female Anglican Bishop in Australia retires
What do you think the Sportsman Creek Bridge should be called?
Short term holiday letting on the cards for tonight's Clarence Valley Council meeting
OUT OF THE BOX program at the Our Healthy Clarence pop-up hubs in Yamba and Grafton provides much-needed drop-in spaces for Clarence Valley youth.
"He is far from out of the woods as the bullet fragments are inoperable and we have to wait for the inevitable infection."
DON thought he was done with volunteering but, when Gold Coast was announced as the next Commonwealth Games host, he knew he had to come out of retirement.
Sally Pearson withdraws from final Commonwealth Games warm-up event
Michelle Jenneke lets people know perception is different to reality
The Aussie men's sevens captain is out of the Commonwealth Games.
Commonwealth Games 2018 organisers issue plea for ticket sales
George Corones is heading to the Commonwealth Games
Volunteers were given the wrong-size uniforms
"WE TRAIN together, we work together, laugh together and at times have even cried together.”
Highway sub-contractors owed $7.5m continue to fight for their money
Clarence River fishermen still reeling over reforms
DEX servicing boost for local businesses
WEIGHING up her list of pros and cons, there was a clear winner in the positive camp.
ANGELA Millar is proof the ‘endless summer’ is not just for cinema screens and speakers.
"I LOOK out my window at Ryder doing another dive bomb into the pool and think to myself, ‘why would you want to be anywhere else?’.”
BLACK mouldy ceilings, stained carpet and piles of debris, Pat Orme’s first impression of this Goonellabah unit was that it was “an absolute mess”.
Little Aussie battler defied nature as it used it's second soft fin and it's anal fin to swim in lieu of a tail.
THE father of three had been in a coma for a month, doctors had switched off life support days earlier and his family had started planning the funeral.
THIS Aussie couple quit their jobs and sold everything they owned for a life of travel. Here are their hacks to save you thousands.
IF YOU were in Sydney today, you may have noticed some blacked-out marquees. It has something to do with a Macca’s menu item.
Beatrix Potter’s much loved kids book Peter Rabbit gets a thoroughly modern makeover that’s fun holiday fare for the whole family.
Pack your poncho and get ready for a drenching
Sutton, Newbury, Wallingford or Middle Earth?
Actor found dead after pleading guilty to child porn charge
It may be his TV program, but Hughesy’s wife totally stole the show
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Want to buy an old soft drink factory? There's one available now
How couple bought 28 properties
Crushing credit card debt under royal commission scrutiny
NAB says problems with home loan program are regrettable
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Regional Queensland business owners urged to tender for Land400 work
It turns out money does buy happiness, and here's how much you need
Why don't people want to work as a farmhand anymore?
Healthcare sector job offerings set to boom
Fentiman says region staring down the barrel of skills shortage
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Have you arranged to have your fault airbag fixed?
VW is set to launch its Polo GTI later in the year.
Range of extras fitted to special edition ute.
IT'S A miracle this driver escaped with his life.
Henry Rollins takes a road trip in the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class.