Jacaranda program out for the festival
THE professional fighting careers of Grafton's Cotten brothers, Ryan and Zac, started in unusual fashion on Saturday night.
"YOU never take anything for granted in life, certainly not political life."
Current member reflects on his achievements as he prepares to run for seat again
New business takes out Facebook poll for best Valley electricians
Whether it's flood or frost, nothing stopped the Lawrence Flower Show this year
Maclean artist's realistic style gets judges approval after long-time entering drawing award
Lawrence Landcare and Lawrence Public School join forces to plant 120 trees
THE Clarence Valley has been a mecca for hockey competition for decades, and it does not appear like it will let up any time soon.
THEY have fought side by side for the past three years, and now boxing brothers Ryan and Zac Cotten are set to make the biggest leap of their careers together.
Art & Theatre
Five hundred entries narrowed down to 55 for 2018 JADA
AS IF the world isn't hard enough, now there's rules surrounding the national anthem
OUR free magazine Clarence+ is out Monday featuring another line-up of fascinating people including coverstar Ken Done. Find out who else in our sneak preview.
Tyndale couple claims endangered species damaged from tree clearing for highway upgrade
Former Universal Medicine client is accused of defaming spiritual healer Serge Benhayon
Police have appealed to the public for information that will help them find a man they pursued through Grafton streets on Thursday.
A COUNTRY University Centre is set to open in Grafton next year, and a new agreement will see rugby league referees able to expand their knowledge
Slow lane closures will be in place while the work is carried out
'I have no other option but to support this because of the extra money that will be required'
Uniting Pre-school in Grafton showed off what they learnt in the eight-week Ninganah No More program