PICTURED: Fisherman who faced shark and lived to tell tale

Terence Selwood, of Evans Head, with his arm bandaged after a great white shark jumped in his boat.

"I saw a blur out of the corner of my eye"

Pauline Hanson's plane story contradicted by leaked tapes

Pauline Hanson with the One Nation plane — complete with party logo and a caricature of Senator Hanson — flown by James Ashby.

Senator Hanson indicates developer Bill McNee donated the cash

Community input for construction of new jail

Artists impression of new Grafton Jail.

Clarence Valley community's chance to join in planning the new jail






Federal grants for 18 community organisations

MEMBER for Page Kevin Hogan announces Federal grants for 18 community organisations in the Clarence Valley

A piece Southgate history up for sale

Charmaine O'Halloran is the current owner of the old Southgate pub.

A chance to own a piece of Clarence history

Wonder Woman Kara runs for suicide awareness

Kara Sutherland just after she's hopped off the treadmill in her 24-hour treadmill marathon.

Kara's fundraiser brings tons of people to support suicide awareness

BACKWARD GLANCES: Nurses visit GBH as part of training

DEX, May 27, 1967

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National Sorry Day: Reflecting on testing times

Barkindji man Paul Dutton and Bundjalang woman Dorothy Pholi at the Saraton Theatre for the screening of Servant or Slave for National Sorry Day.

Clarence acknowledges Australia's dark history

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NRRRL: Magpies on a mission for home fans

AFTER falling on the wrong side of the scoreboard in two nail-biters, Lower Clarence is desperate to turn it on at the Nest this Sunday.

Polocrosse hits fever pitch at Hawthorne Park

ALL SYSTEMS GO: This weekend Grafton Polocrosse Club hosts its first annual carnival at Hawthorne Park since the club re-formed.

New lease of life in the Clarence Valley for equestrian team sport

Support for Kara's treadmill marathon explodes

Former Grafton and now NSW cricketer Kara Sutherland bowling to cricket legend Sir Viv Richards. Photo: MARK NEWSHAM

Support for treadmill marathon thrills organiser Kara Sutherland.

Hairdresser zombies making children's dreams come true

SCARY: DiMattia&Co's Luci Monaghan, Christine Tickle and Mike Rigg show off some slightly scary costumes to raise money for the Starlight Foundation.

Hair-raising sights deadly serious about raising money.

Workshop to help with local chef vacancies

Head chef of Yamba Shores Tavern Kirsten Mainland - lots of jobs on offer for chefs in Lower Clarence.

Summer rush leads to shortages

WIN acquires rights to Southern Cross Media television

WIN network coverage

Changes to take effect at end of the month

Ballina brothel lifting a social taboo

Ballina Exclusive Company sex workers say catering to the disabled has its health benefits.

Disabled clientele benefit from sex visits.

Council approves worker huts, residents outraged

Residents and councillors gather at the end of Challinor St Grafton last week for the councillor's inspection of the site.

Approval of workers huts DA leaves residents with sour taste

Adam Shiels funeral

The guard of honour gathers to farewell Adam Shiels at McKittrick Park.

A guard of honour was formed to farewell former South Grafton Rebels rugby league...

McKimms win Kensei Cup

Angus McKimm of McKimms Real Estate at the Kensei Club Dinner on Saturday, May 27, 2017.

For the second year in a row McKimms Real Estate won the Kensei Cup to be named...

2017 Kensei Dinner

CAPTION CORRECTED: Rhondda and Warren Tozer, Ian and Leanne Speechley, Brian and Louise Ferrrie, Gil and harry Williams at the Kensei Club Dinner on Saturday, May 27, 2017.

The Kensei Dinner at Clarence River Jockey Club on Saturday, 27th May, 2017.

Vivid Sydney captured by Jenn Cooper

Vivid in Sydney

Jenn Cooper, Canon Collective Ambassador, captures some of the magic of Vivid...

Group 2 Rd 9: South Grafton v Macksville

Sea Eagles lock Brad Southan floors Rebels Karl Woodley in a strong tackle during the Group 2 first grade Round 9 match between South Grafton Rebels and Macksville Sea Eagles at McKittrick Park on Sunday, May 28.

Action from McKittrick Park where a flat South Grafton Rebels side managed to hold...

Margaret Court disgusted with The Project

Margaret Court says the interview on The Project was “below the belt”. Picture: Ross Swanborough

Tennis great defends her opinion and says show was "disrespectful".

Police shooter in siege at Gatton

Police officers try to save the life of their shot colleague Brett Forte.

Police continue to negotiate with the man who shot and killed Senior Constable...

More Aussie troops to Afghanistan

Australia is sending an additional 30 troops to Afghanistan.

30 more troops committed following NATO request.

It's all in the telling

Children's author Felice Arena is a natural at telling stories

Toowoomba uni student's ground-breaking anti-fat pill

Jess Pahl, PHD student at USQ has received funding to continue her work into developing an obesity pill. May 2017

Could seaweed hold clues to the secret of weight loss?

Tobacconist calls for niccotine e-cigarettes to be legal

DEMAND: Tobacco Station Group Riverlink's Naeem Ismail started stocking e-cigarettes four months ago.

IPSWICH tobacconist hopes inquiry aligns Australia with world.

Centenarian takes to the skies for birthday joyride

LIFT OFF: Elsie Brown, from Pomona, is turning 100 years old and to celebrate, Helitec donated a 30-minute helicopter flight. Daughter Kathleen Jeffery and grandaughter Karen Harris joined Mrs Brown for the flight.

Elsie Brown marks 100th birthday in helicopter

A muddy dress didn't rain on this parade

HAPPILY MARRIED: Karen Reid married Robert Creedy at Cedar Galleries, Calliope, on Saturday, May 20.

'Five inches of mud': newly-weds let nothing spoil their day

Elle of a way to a shoot a magazine cover

ELLE magazine has shot its latest cover and fashion spread using an iPhone 7 Plus.

iPhone 7 Plus used for fashion magazine photo shoot first

Sam Armytage and Tom Cruise? Saaaaay what?

SAMANTHA Armytage has hit back at rumours she’s dating Tom Cruise, following reports the pair had hit it off during an interview on Sunrise.

Musical tribute to flood volunteers released

Songwriter honours flood volunteers who helped their neighbours.

Lismore songwriter Simon Thomas was moved by strangers' kindness

Karl Stefanovic's rant about Schapelle Corby 'a bit rich'

Karl Stefanovic is sick of hearing about Schapelle Corby.

Maybe he just wanted to make himself the story.

Could Schapelle be heading for Gladstone?

Australian Schapelle Corby is escorted by Bali Police at the parole office in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, 27 May 2017.

Schapelle's mother teases her free daughter could be Gladstone bound

This is real estate's billion-dollar man

Bob Wolff at AREC with John McGrath of McGrath Real Estate.

They don’t call him the “Billion dollar man” for nothing

Man's amazing comeback from monster crisis

Pat O'Driscoll agents Penny Keating and Doug Webber sold 56 Agnes St, The Range at auction over the weekend.

NOT long ago, he sold his possessions to pay staff. Now he's back.

How Toowoomba house prices compare in Australia

For sale sign in front of home.

Here's what $700,000 will buy you in Toowoomba, Brisbane and Sydney

One of Maryborough's most historic homes is still for sale

FULL OF HISTORY: Trisha Moulds is owner of the historic Tinana state known as Rosehill. The beautiful home is currently for sale.

It has been the scene of both joy and tragedies over the years.

The face of the Sunshine Coast's overpriced rental crisis

Alyx Wilson had to rent a $385 unit in Currimundi because the market was too competitive for cheaper rental housing. She is now renting a room from friends who own a house in Currimundi, and says its much more affordable.

Young people feel the strain in competitive, expensive rental market

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Where the 13,000 mining jobs are

Rio Tinto's Amrun

THE mining and resources downturn is over and jobs are coming back

Bringing down indigenous workplace hurdles

PASSIONATE: Jobs4Youth co-ordinator Rebekah Carr.

There are many benefits of hiring indigenous staff.

Careers Australia fails: 15,000 students, 1000 staff gone

Group's 1000 staff sent an email that they had been stood down

How to survive the robot jobs revolution

Nicholas Davis is here to tell you that it’s not all bad news

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The proper Maserati Levante? Petrol V6 twin-turbo arrives

SOUNDS GOOD: The Levante SUV has boosted Maserati's Australian sales markedly, and now a proper petrol version joins the diesel offering.

Ferrari-made 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 for Maserati's SUV

2017 Lexus LX570 review: Automotive glamping

MAGIC CARPET RIDE: Even on the rough stuff, the Lexus LX570 combines capability with opulence.

Road test review of the 2017 Lexus LX570.

Volvo's FH XXL concept cab surprise

WHAT A TEASE: Volvo shows off it's Concept FHXXL Concept cab in Brisbane.

FH XXL Concept Cab unveiled.

Ford Mustang crowned as the world's best-selling sports car

BEST SELLER: Ford's success story new Mustang isn't just a winner in Australia, but also the likes of India (pictured), France, Romania, Greece and...Bonaire?

More than 150,000 Mustangs sold globally in 2016

We test drive Audi S5 Sportback offering cut-price prestige

VALUE UP: The new Audi S5 Sportback is some $14,000 cheaper than the previous model with a $105,800 sticker price to price match its key performance rivals. The five-door S5 uses a 3.0-litre turbo V6 offering 260kW and 500Nm, hitting 100kmh in 4.7 seconds.

Audi shaves $14,000 off its old S5 model while adding extra features

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