Community News

Tue 18 Sep 2018

Diving into Maclean's deep blue

premium_icon Diving into Maclean's deep blue

What's been going on at the Maclean pool before the opening?

Dog days add up to second place

premium_icon Dog days add up to second place

Local dog represents NSW and clocks up the k's in this year's Cobber Challenge, the national competition for working dogs

Clarence Valley outperforms NSW in tourism growth

premium_icon Clarence Valley outperforms NSW in tourism growth

Tourism has become one of the Valley's biggest employers with 6.8 per cent of people employed in the Valley working in tourism and hospitality

Mon 17 Sep 2018

So mushroom in the Valley's hearts for the gourmet

premium_icon So mushroom in the Valley's hearts for the gourmet

This passionate couple love what they do, create no waste and the Valley can't get enough

Let's turn the roads blue for cancer

Let's turn the roads blue for cancer

Motorists are being urged to turn the roads blue in order to show support for the Leukaemia Foundation, with the aim of raising funds and awareness.

GALLERY: Grand final bonanza

premium_icon GALLERY: Grand final bonanza

Did you play in a grand final at the weekend? Find out if we snapped your photo.

Mayoral election countdown begins

Mayoral election countdown begins

What is on the adgenda for the Clarence Valley Council meeting on Tuesday?

Are you the future of agriculture?

Are you the future of agriculture?

If you have a passion for agriculture and are a forward thinker, this could be the program for you

Everything you need to know about road works in the Valley

Everything you need to know about road works in the Valley

Keep up to date with road works in the Clarence

Rethink on $116k for flood relief

Rethink on $116k for flood relief

The three levees were not vital because they provided protection to private assets and not those belonging to the community.

Sun 16 Sep 2018

Pirates invade Alex Bell Park for treasure

Pirates invade Alex Bell Park for treasure

Community consolation with a twist for Pirate Park upgrade

Sat 15 Sep 2018

An oval upgrade for the good of the community

premium_icon An oval upgrade for the good of the community

'It's in dire need of development as it's safety hazard.'

Learn from one the Valley's own authors

Learn from one the Valley's own authors

Claire Aman to hold writing workshop in Grafton

Valley's cancer mortality rate explained

premium_icon Valley's cancer mortality rate explained

Clarence Valley above national average in cancer mortality.

Fri 14 Sep 2018

Family and friends say goodbye to Laurie

premium_icon Family and friends say goodbye to Laurie

Family friend said Laurie Stephenson's life could be summed up in two sayings: "he loved, and he was loved, and he was a gentle man who was a gentleman"

Fear for rivers if Cangai mine a reality

premium_icon Fear for rivers if Cangai mine a reality

Community raise concerns over exploration near historic Cangai mine

Red Bears to 'give them hell' for Henry

premium_icon Red Bears to 'give them hell' for Henry

Iluka Red Bears wish Henry well following freak work accident where he was crushed by more than four tonnes of concrete

$500 per slab for hay runners

$500 per slab for hay runners

'The farmers are struggling through the worst drought since records began and whether they're in our immediate communities or not, they need our help.'

Salvos ride into Grafton for homeless

premium_icon Salvos ride into Grafton for homeless

FOR THE past six days 16 cyclists have been pushing their bodies to the limit in a ride from Sydney to Brisbane to raise money for the Salvation Army

Six groups to share $500,000 to improve the community

premium_icon Six groups to share $500,000 to improve the community

Six groups sharing in $500,000 worth of cash and in-kind grants from the new Grafton jail builders is just a start says the consortium running the show.

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