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Mon 16 Jul 2018

2018 HIGHLIGHTS: The July Carnival of our dreams

premium_icon 2018 HIGHLIGHTS: The July Carnival of our dreams

AS THE hooves thundered and the drinks flowed, the crowd basked in the glory of what has become the last remaining traditional racing carnival in country NSW.

Sun 15 Jul 2018

GROUP 2: Crucial clash a see-sawing affair at South Grafton

GROUP 2: Crucial clash a see-sawing affair at South Grafton

A TYRONE Stevenson double gave Sawtell breathing space... until a little piece of Kieron Johnson Heron magic sparked McKittrick Park to life.

Small fashionistas, big wins for our littlest racegoers

premium_icon Small fashionistas, big wins for our littlest racegoers

Target Best Dressed Little Lady attracts huge entry numbers

Residents angered over location of Pacific Hwy asphalt plant

premium_icon Residents angered over location of Pacific Hwy asphalt plant

TEMPERS threatened to boil over when more than 50 Woombah residents gathered at a public meeting over plans for an asphalt plant for the Pacific Highway upgrade

Greselin to lead Cup pack for Lismore trainer

premium_icon Greselin to lead Cup pack for Lismore trainer

GRESELIN needs a firm track for the Lismore mare to deliver in today's $30,000 Maclean Bowling Club Maclean Cup.

Three-hour rescue operation frees trapped driver

Three-hour rescue operation frees trapped driver

A driver was trapped for almost three hours when his truck crashed down a steep embankment at about 11pm last night.

Sat 14 Jul 2018

Rescue helicopter responds to rural accident

Rescue helicopter responds to rural accident

A 53-YEAR-OLD man suffered a lower leg fracture while operating drilling equipment near Cangai

NAIDOC WEEK: Women the thread in Jo's success

NAIDOC WEEK: Women the thread in Jo's success

"When I look back on all the places I've worked, there has always been a woman who has taught me more about my culture."

Race track guardians called into action

premium_icon Race track guardians called into action

THE ambulance trailing the horses is a common sight at the Clarence River Jockey Club, but rarely are the men in blue called into action.

MOMENT OF RELIEF: Couple relives horror Ramornie fall

premium_icon MOMENT OF RELIEF: Couple relives horror Ramornie fall

ADAMS was one of three jockeys involved in a shocking race fall at the 200m mark on the Grafton Racecourse after he attempted to avoid the incident.

For better or worse: Terminally ill man marries soul mate

premium_icon For better or worse: Terminally ill man marries soul mate

CHARITY My Wedding Wish gifts weddings to the terminally ill ... and together with the generosity of local businesses, made a couple's dream wedding happen.

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Coles and Woolworths will effectively pay you to bring reusable bags in the latest move to make life easier for customers grumpy due to the plastic axe.

Council 'too lenient' to pensioner with $30k rates bill

premium_icon Council 'too lenient' to pensioner with $30k rates bill

A claim on national TV that attempts to recover $30k in unpaid rates from a pensioner were cruel has been disputed.

Police happy with Grafton Cup crowd

premium_icon Police happy with Grafton Cup crowd

"From our point of view there were only two people ejected all day for bad behaviour but other than that we're pretty happy with the overall behaviour.”

Clocking up 4000k to get to July Carnival

premium_icon Clocking up 4000k to get to July Carnival

IF THE pulling power of the July Carnival was ever in doubt, Perth couple Ross and Jean Baker would dispel them with their spontaneous holiday plans

Lower Clarence takes over the track

Lower Clarence takes over the track

Lower Clarence gets ready for their biggest race day of the year

Fri 13 Jul 2018

Farewell to a red and white 'angel'

Farewell to a red and white 'angel'

'As we know she may have been small in stature, but she had a heart that would put Phar Lap's to shame.'

LOOK: Every outfit from Grafton Cup day fashions

premium_icon LOOK: Every outfit from Grafton Cup day fashions

Photos of more than 50 stylish women, and 20-odd men take to the stage to show off their fashions in Shoppingworld Fashions on the Field

Protester delays work at Market Square

premium_icon Protester delays work at Market Square

A LONE protestor got in the way of Clarence Valley Council workers and a jacaranda tree that was set to be removed as part of planned Market Square upgrades

Traffic delays on Pacific Highway after three-car crash

Traffic delays on Pacific Highway after three-car crash

TRAFFIC is backed up more than 7km following the collision on the Pacific Highway near Chatsworth

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