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Tue 23 Oct 2018

Nine Aussie women killed in October: Where is the outrage?

premium_icon Nine Aussie women killed in October: Where is the outrage?

“I can only imagine the rage and fear women feel to see women die doing everyday mundane things like walking home. Stop blaming women. Make men the issue.”

Parts of Grafton to close with detours in place

Parts of Grafton to close with detours in place

Traffic passing through will be diverted during the road closures

Sunday storm captured by readers

Sunday storm captured by readers

When a rainstorm lashed parts of the Clarence Valley, Daily Examiner readers captured the moment.

Halloween welcome in the Valley according to (most) readers

Halloween welcome in the Valley according to (most) readers

Love it or hate it, Halloween is here to stay in the Clarence Valley according to our readers

Apology the least we can do for child sex abuse survivors

premium_icon Apology the least we can do for child sex abuse survivors

Apologising for decades of child abuse is just the start for our community to protect children from predators in institutions.

MP has ringside for apology to survivors

premium_icon MP has ringside for apology to survivors

Page MP Kevin Hogan describes the apology to survivors of institutionalised child sex abuse as moving and the stories that led to it as heartbreaking.

Storm rates in couple's grand final of rain events

premium_icon Storm rates in couple's grand final of rain events

A South Grafton couple have rated Sunday's as one of the two biggest they have seen in the area.

Petition calls for charges against GP to be dropped

premium_icon Petition calls for charges against GP to be dropped

CHANGE.ORG petition in support of Grafton GP Dr William Pridgeon, who is facing charges of stealing children, calls on Attorney General to drop the charges.

The lasting impact of the Cowper tragedy

premium_icon The lasting impact of the Cowper tragedy

29 years later, the memories are still fresh for volunteers and emergency personnel

Firies take on a race to the top of Sydney

premium_icon Firies take on a race to the top of Sydney

Maclean and Grafton Fire and Rescue NSW firies scaled the Sydney Tower for the Climb for MND, with the pain of 1502 steps worth it for a worthy cause

Mon 22 Oct 2018

Meet our new high-tech generation of Aussie farmers

Meet our new high-tech generation of Aussie farmers

'It's very similar to the Jacaranda Queen, except I don't get a crown'

Trauma care comes to Clarence

Trauma care comes to Clarence

Emergency services from multiple agencies attended two serious crashes on Sunday

'Shock, relief' after Universal Medicine defamation trial

premium_icon 'Shock, relief' after Universal Medicine defamation trial

THE lawyer for a woman who claimed victory in a defamation case brought by the leader of Universal Medicine says his client has been "totally vindicated".

Bishop calls on government to free children from detention

premium_icon Bishop calls on government to free children from detention

Clergyman pens letters to local politicians in his call for action

FREAK STORM: How much rain did you get?

FREAK STORM: How much rain did you get?

With big falls in some parts of the valley, and others receiving none, where did the rain fall?

Get ready for Grafton carols

Get ready for Grafton carols

Second year for Allumy Creek Grafton carols with entertainment for all

Homicide squad works with strikeforce on fatal shooting

premium_icon Homicide squad works with strikeforce on fatal shooting

How the deceased gunshot victim came to be in the tray of a crashed ute?

Ghosts pack down for club AGM

Ghosts pack down for club AGM

IT IS understood Grafton Ghosts president Joe Kinnane will step down from the role, opening the door for a new president to take the helm in 2019.

The lasting impact of the Cowper tragedy

The lasting impact of the Cowper tragedy

29 years later, the memories are still fresh for volunteers and emergency personnel

Wooli PS proves to be football giant slayer

premium_icon Wooli PS proves to be football giant slayer

COASTAL village footballers win PSSA State Knockout title a second time in four years after moving up grade.

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