Physie girls to take on the country's best

Mia Grieve, Josie Bindon, Bree Hunter, Andrea Thomson, Amali McGrath, Shanae Crispin and Bridie McGrath - members of Grafton Physical Culture off to national titles.

Good rsults at FNC championships lead to national championship

Get set for dose of snappiness

#SNAPCLARENCEVALLEY: Spending time in the pool with the family.

Celebrate and share our beautiful valley with #snapclarencevalley

Beating unemployment works wonders for Tyler

WHAT'S COOKING: Tyler Isenhood turned his life around when he gained a job with Red Rooster.

Grafton's Tyler Isenhood has gone from unnemployed to winning awards

SES volunteer settles into change of pace

CHANGE OF SCENERY: New Ulmarra SES controller Wally Bridle.

Wally says when you join the SES, you can be as involved as you want

Sisters doing it for each other

Rachael Cavanagh, one of the leaders of the Djinders group, and her daughter Mirring-nga.

Summit highlighted the issues of domestic violence

Industry wants to hear from Valley farmers and producers

FARM LIFE: Harwood cane grower Tim McMahon has worked on his family farm all his life.

Today is Australia's first National Ag Day

Breakfast the most important meal for young minds

BREAKING THE BARRIERS: Gillwinga Public School breakfast helper and learning support officer Mieke Young with Jacquelyn (Year 1), Paul (Year 2) and Kayne (Year 2).

Breaking the Barriers has enabled hungry students to enjoy breakfast

Question Time is about to become quieter

Federal parliament... how many decisions are in jeopardy?

More than 100 government decisions are vulnerable to legal challenge

Euthanasia: The right to die with dignity

Euthanasia... do you support it?

A progressive society moves with the times

Ah-DArN-It, we killed the reef

An Adani protest in Brisbane.

Over 200 million tonnes of carbon dioxide will be produced

Social media detox: Why I've cut Facebook from my phone

Facebook is addictive... but are we better off without it?

I am sleeping better and feel more energised of a morning.

You can support diversity without fear

Bring brotherly love to every exchange is also good for our health!

You can support diversity without fear


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Future of NDIS in the Clarence Valley

FIVE years ago, Social Future's office in Grafton had just one staff member. Now they've grown to 22

NDIS leaving Mackay residents 'worse off'

A lot of plans are being made despite the clients lacking the capacity to understand what is going on

$5b social service cut lifts budget

The final budget deficit for the 2016-17 financial year was $33.2 billion, down more than $4 billion from the $37.6 billion outlined in the May budget

Your Weddings: The DEX June 2015

Samarra Keedle Russell and Samarra Keedle 14/2/15 South Grafton bowling club.

We asked you to submit photos of your wedding. Here they are:

Daily Examiner Wedding Expo

The people and exhibitors came together at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club for The Daily Examiner Wedding Expo

The people and exhibitors came together at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club...

AutoWed: coin-operated wedding machine

Press 1 for heterosexual, 2 for gay, and 3 for a lesbian marriage. And if you wish...

Happy Davis Memorial Maiden dog trials

Rob Sutherland with Sam is competing in the 'Happy Davis Memorial Maiden' event during the 2015 Maclean Working Stock Dog Trials at Maclean Showground on Saturday, 19th September, 2015. Photo Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner

The inaugural Happy Davis Memorial Maiden event was held during the 2015 Maclean...

Photography: Pets with disabilities

Pets with disabilities photographed by Carli Davidson

Portland-based Carli Davidson is an award-winning photographer and experienced...

Juniors take on GBomb

The Graham Seers Young Guns team of Blayze Wooderson, 11, Jet Dowling, 13, Mason Beadman, 13, and Billy Pearson, 12, at the Grafton GBomb.

Junior riders hit the trail at this year's GBomb mountain biking event.

NCCC Interdistrict: Lower Clarence v Clarence River

Lower Clarence's Doug Harris turns the ball onto the leg side during the North Coast Cricket Council first grade Interdistrict clash between Clarence River and Lower Clarence at Ellem Oval.

All the action from Ellem Oval as Lower Clarence and Clarence River met in the...

National Ag Day

Harwood cane grower Tim McMahon has worked his family farm all his life.

The Clarence Valley will mark Australia's first National Ag Day on Tuesday, 21st...


GDSC Easts spearhead Ben Shaw bowls against Westlawn at Lower Fisher Park in round 4 of the 2017/18 Clarence River Cricket Association GDSC Premier League competition on Saturday, 18th November, 2017.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner

Action from Lower Fisher Park as Westlawn play GDSC Easts in Round 4 of the 2017/18...

PREMIER LEAGUE: Tucabia v South Services

Tyson Blackadder (right) joins Sam Herd at the crease for Tucabia-Copmanhurst against South Services at Ellem Oval in round 4 of the 2017/18 Clarence River Cricket Association GDSC Premier League competition on Saturday, 18th November, 2017.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner

Action from Ellem Oval as Tucabia-Copmanhurst got the upper hand against a young...

David Cassidy dead at 67

David Cassidy: now and then.

Star of The Partridge Family has passed away from organ failure.

Stephen Colbert takes aim at Katter

Stephen Colbert hosts the 2017 Emmys. Picture: Fox8

Bob Katter's comments on SSM make it to The Late Show.

Bali volcano erupts

The volcano sent smoke as high as 800 metres above its summit, as it stirred to life again after more than 140,000 people fled homes around the crater last month. Picture: AFP/Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency

Mount Agung volcano erupted last night, spewing ash and steam up to 800 metres in...