Clarence Valley Sports Fishing

A good turnout of anglers competed in the Clarence Valley Sports Fishing Club's September Bass Teams Round in spectacular conditions on the Clarence River on...

Record numbers drop a line in bass classic

Crack "A" Tinnie took out the top prize at the Hayden Grebert Memorial Copmanhurst Bass Classic.

"This event just keeps growing each year and it is awesome to see.”

Warm weather brings top weights

Offshore anglers battle winds to land quality snapper

Skipper snags 507kg black marlin

Skipper Bill Billson caught a 507kg grander black marlin at Jenny Louise Shoal, east of Cairns on September 17.

“It was just before 5pm and this really big fish came...''

Anglers reeled into the Clarence Valley

It's time for the Hayden Grebert Memorial Bass Classic

Fishing heats up in river and offshore

A nice snapper caught at Woody Head this week by Andrew Lippits off Woody Head on pilchards.

Snapper on the bite if you can get to offshore fishing grounds.

Tag-team bream prove too elusive for 500 anglers

WHOPPER WHITING: 40cm/530 gram whiting weighed in at Yamba Bait & Tackle caught by Maria Thomson staying at Calypso Caravan Park. Caught in Romiaka channel on a live yabbie.

Fishing expert asks if tagged bream are harder to catch.

Teenager suffers burns in camping trip gone wrong

A Mackay teenager was lucky to escape with superficial burns after he was caught in an explosion at a celebration gone wrong.

Why these grey-nomads might never visit Yeppoon again

GREY NOMADS: Ian and Gail Roche had to stay on their boat in Yeppoon because of the lack of free camping areas.

Retired travellers say they've never encountered a stricter town

Campers 'invading' privacy claims Brooms resident

A diagram of the improvements planned for a the southern section of the Brooms Head Holiday Park.

Residents want a stop to campers setting up metres from their homes.

Pauline slams council's move against farm camp ground

UNDER THREAT: A Kenilworth dairy farm could be cut off from the camping market by council requirements.

Pauline Hanson slams council's threat to fine farmer over camping

Council threatens farmer with $180,000 fine over campsite

KENILWORTH CAMPING: Adadale Farm  has 5km of camping along the river.

Dairy farmer threatened with decimating fine, compliance costs

Nude camping: What it's like at a clothing optional ground

Making new friends was easy. Picture: Danielle DitzianSource:Supplied

“Oh god, what have we gotten ourselves into?”

Camping site hits out at council regulation

Self-contained camping has become huge world-wide.

Why the Coast is being encouraged to look to Noosa for solution.

BEACH RAGE: Calls for crackdown on illegal dune driving

FEELING "fairly bloody intimidated" was not what a Lennox Head fisherman expected from what was meant to be a relaxed afternoon of fishing at Seven Mile Beach.

Mercedes-Benz's premium ute hits Australian shores

PREMIUM CHOICE: Mercedes' striking new 4x4 double cab ute, due to go on sale here in 2018, does some Australian off-road testing before hitting our showrooms.

All-new Mercedes 4WD double-cab will go on sale next year

What was going on with the man behind WA head-on fatality

Capel car crash on Bussell Highway in WA's south west.

Man behind head-on fatality had been trying to "start over again"

Outrage after driver caught running over birds on beach

Non-breeding crested terns face into the wind. This species occurs from east Asia to Tasmania.

Birds were left injured and dying on the sand

'Brake! Brake!' Beach driving goes wrong

Watch as beach drivers find getting a tow can make things worse