AFTER two men were refused bail in Grafton Local Court in January, desperation got the better of them as they tried to make a break for it
Video footage reveals extent of the blaze
Houses expected to start by the end of the year at one of the state's last canal developments
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IF VISITING the florist to buy flowers for your loved one is a daunting or confusing challenge, here is your guide on getting the job done right.
A random group of thugs beat a woman to death last week, yet there is almost no public anger about her killing. Could ageism be to blame, asks SHERELE MOODY
$178,000 for Grafton Sport Car Club helps keep national accreditation
Fires to our north destroy homes as severe fire conditions continue today
Labor candidate Patrick Deegan is working to gain funds for the service
Cancer has affected one Clarence Valley family more than most, with three generations affected by the disease
Highway patrol officer takes time out of his day to give a birthday message to 104-year-old
'I won't be advising preferences and I wouldn't insult people's intelligence by telling them how to preference their votes.'
Tigers get a home game, while Bobcats take a familiar trip to a hard game
WITH Scottish heritage running strong in the history of both Roger McLean and Ross McPherson, the pair's tireless work has been recognised
Strong interest from city buyers in Lower Clarence town
Former Jacaranda Queen Sam will be special guest of honour and emcee of crowning ceremony
A new initiative will save solar power users and self-funded retirees more than $200 a year
With help of a multinational corporation, Ulmarra's pool show signs of recovery
HUNDREDS of employees across QLD and NSW could be owed backpay after a major retail company announced it had underpaid staff by $32 million.
A PROGRAM for at risk youth in Grafton and South Grafton has just been given a boost with the injection of $15,000 help kick start a new basketball tournament
'It may take some time for everyone to get back to work'