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David and Carol Emert a true blessing to the Valley

Carol and David Emert

SPIRITUAL MATTERS with the Rev Chris Sparks

Man charged after investigation into highway fatal

BELOVED: Grafton man Matthew Benson died at the scene of a crash at Cowper on the weekend.

19-year-old served court notice following crash investigation

POWER 30: Morning tea with our power troopers

TOP EFFORT: Some of the Power 30 finalists joined judges and Daily Examiner staff for a special morning tea and presentation at the office on Friday morning.

Clarence Valley's movers and shakers humbled by recognition







HSC students get results after the hard yards

Students look to the future after receiving HSC marks yesterday

School's showcase a beauty

A splendid scene from the second half highlights of their  Beauty and the Beast  showcase.

CRDA performs two end of year concerts

Lyons has quilt award all stitched up

SURPRISE WIN: First winner of the Wilga Bolton award Dianne Lyons in front of her winning quilt at Maclean Patchwork and Quilters with foundation member Wilga Bolton.

Award to honour foundation member of quilting group

LOOK: New Harwood Bridge reaches new milestone

The first U beam being placed on the new Harwood bridge.

Largest bridge pieces start install on crossing

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Grameen opens Valley to finance world

Grameen Australia is returning to the Clarence Valley to discuss social business in Yamba

REVEALED: Kesha confirmed for Bluesfest 2018

FILE - In this May 22, 2016, file photo, Kesha arrives at the Billboard Music Awards at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Kesha released "Praying" on July 6, 2017. The song is the lead single from the singer's first album in five years. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

Plus Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge and Juanes

OPEN: Tickets to see Flume at Falls, signed vinyl on auction

HOT TICKETS: Flume took the top spot in Triple J's 2016 Hottest 100 poll.

It is an exclusive copy of Skin autographed by Flume

8 things to do this weekend

Adventurethon's Joel Savage at the waterfall on a recent reconnaissance trip to the Upper Clarence.

Activities and events across the Clarence Valley

Ostwald's unpaid contractors ask council for help

Kathie and Gerry McMullan of G. McMullan Contracting in Grafton are one of numerous subcontractors yet to be paid since the collapse of Ostwald Bros in August.

Clarence Valley Council asked to support unpaid highway workers.

Decision puts cheaper air fares at risk

A REX flight arrives at Grafton airport.

It will cost too much to drop Grafton Airports passenger landing fee

Brewery owners work around the clock to repair hail damage

'This was all glistening white' says Les McGill looking over the damaged section of roof at the Grafton Brewery complex.

Owners of Grafton industrial precinct are adding up the costs

Tourism Plans: Council to hear two conflicting views

Councillor Andrew Baker at the Grafton Council Chambers.

Today's council meeting to hear differing views on tourism plans.

New industries on the rise in Clarence

There has been an increase in science careers.

Non-traditional industries are driving the business rise

'Heavy heart': Chairman steps down after 51 years

Sunshine Sugar incoming chairman Jim Sneesby with outgoing chairman Ian Causley.

Ian Causley was first elected to the Sunshine Sugar board in 1966

CRCA PREMIER LEAGUE: South Services v Brothers

Steve McLennan gets forward to a delivery during the CRCA GDSC Premier League clash between South Services and Brothers at Ellem Oval.

Action from Ellem Oval as South Services faltered at the hands of a strong Brothers...

CRCA PREMIER LEAGUE: Coutts v Tucabia

Lewish Chevalley blocks out a ball from Brad Chard during the CRCA GDSC Premier League clash between Coutts Crossing and Tucabia Copmanhurst at Lower Fisher Park.

Action from Lower Fisher as Tucabia Copmanhurst easily chased down Coutts...

SPORT IN REVIEW: January

Keen Grafton angler Jack Moore was back home for a festive holiday when he landed this hefty five and a half foot bull shark on the Clarence River just down from the Grafton Bridge.

Our best sports photos from January 2017.

Maclean High School HSC BBQ

Mitchell Johns, Eryn Hammond, Georgie Dobbini, Mikayla Ferguson and Chantelle McMaster at the Maclean High School Year 12 morning tea.

Year 12 students from Maclean High School shared ATAR results and bid farewell to...

Byron Bay rail revived

Byron Bay rail line has been revived after 13 years with the world's first solar...

Grafton Regional Landfill set for expansion

BIG TIP: Clarence Valley Council waste and sustainability co-ordinator Ken Wilson at the Grafton Regional Landfill's new cell.

The Grafton Regional Landfill is set to get bigger with construction underway of a...

Behind the Sports Desk: The Root of England respect issue

THERE is no denying it. England's Ashes tour of Australia has been a shambles from...

PHOTOS: Australia's first ever sensory park opens in CQ

The pioneering park project is a first in Australia and officially opened yesterday.

CHEAPEST WAY TO SHOP: How to bag the best bargain

Waiting for things. Yuck.

Costco warehouse shopping is a jaw-dropping experience

How a dietitian spent $50 at ALDI

Contrary to popular belief, it’s not hard to stick to a balanced diet.

The healthy haul you can get at ALDI for $50

Alcohol will be gone in ‘a generation’

A top scientist has claimed we’ll stop drinking alcohol within ‘a generation’ after swapping it for a synthetic alternative that doesn’t harm our health. Picture: Supplied.

Scientist: We’ll swap it for a synthetic alternative

Are you really that racist?

The test used to identify implicit bias, including racism, may be flawed. Illustration by John Tiedemann

Are you really that racist? We’ve been putting that to a flawed test

Crushed by a truck: 'I beat the odds to walk again'

Despite her horrific injuries, Clare Sultmann was able to smile for a photo with nurses and hospital staff during one of her long stays in hospital.

HORROR accident changed my life forever

The Last Jedi was just awful

SPOILERS: Remember when Star Wars was good? The Last Jedi is anything but. In fact, it’s the worst Star Wars movie ever.

Staggering sale for Block stars

Kyal & Kara Demmrich pose with son Ziya.

The Block star’s Kyal and Kara have scored a massive sale

Unexpected royal we’ve fallen in love with

Vanessa Kirby plays Princess Margaret in the Netflix series The Crown

SHE was a sometimes unpopular royal while she was alive

Parkway Drive celebrates 'Horizons'

Winston McCall of Parkway Drive at the home town gig at Byron Bay High School on the IRE tour. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Parkway Drive to play songs off Horizons

Messy renters lose bond money

RENTAL PROBLEMS: Messy renters are losing their bonds.

BAD habits may be costing people their bonds

Old homes destroyed, Mackay heritage lost

The house was demolished recently.

Protection needed for old homes

'Doom and gloom days' of Ipswich property behind us: Agent

Darren Boettcher is the new REIQ chairman for the Ipswich region.
Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

Report finds 3.1% growth to median house price, reaching $335,000.

premium_icon Revealed: The most in-demand workers of 2017

Demand for tradies has significantly increased.

Demand for some workers rebounds in 2017

Aussie has the world’s best job

Wouldn’t mind staying in a house like this for a while! Sherbet Birdie photography

Sorelle Amore’s ultimate goal seemed outrageous

POLLIE TICKLED: No job? We can fix that

A whole new method of job-hunting on offer.

Get back on the job train with these top tips

'Bold plan' will create thousands of jobs

Southern Cross University Vice Chancellor, Professor Adam Shoemaker.

Major announcement being made by Southern Cross Uni today

Adani to tour Qld in search of workers

Anti-Adani mine protesters outside Parliament House this morning. Picture: Lexie Cartwright

“Groups hoping to stop us have failed because we have already started."

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NHVR releases new work diaries

OUT WITH THE OLD: NHVR will release new electronic work diaries.

The draft EWD Policy Framework and Standards will be released

Why going hybrid doesn’t pay

Toyota Prius C (August 2017 update). Picture: Supplied.

Does hybrid technology add up at the bowser?

Kia Stinger crash test shock

The Kia Stinger has earned mixed results in the latest round of crash tests. Picture: Supplied.

Base models receive low scores.

Would you pay $300,000 for a HSV Commodore?

This HSV GTS-R W1 sedan is going to auction on Saturday.

Only 300 of these HSV brutes are being made.

No driver, no brakes: All aboard bus of the future

An Easy Mile EZ10 electric, driverless shuttle bus makes its maiden voyage along The Esplanade in Mooloolaba.

Coast demonstration: $320k shuttle carries 14 people, reaches 45kmh

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