"Our overheads are going up. We're not catching more product, it doesn't work like that. You can only catch what you can catch.”
"THE whole idea of feet to the street is that bricks and mortar is struggling against online shopping... but you can't get the same service from those places."
A new retail business for Grafton's main street plans to open for business in time for the Commonwealth Games.
A career change has led to a Tafe Gold Award for Prince Street barber
A DATE of sale has been set for one of the Clarence Valley's most recognisable landmarks, but not everyone is happy with the news.
Figures for the Clarence Valley show good returns without volatile spikes say local real estate agents.
Lilydale property sells for $1.765m to a local buyer who just couldn't let the property go
AUSTRALIANS lacking basic knowledge about their home loans are risking financial disaster. Here, the experts explain what you need to know.
GETTING REAL: Foundations for Grafton's new jail set in concrete as first slab poured
As it enters the second stge of building, have a look at the extent of work already going on at the Lavadia site for the new jail