Mental Health Month callout

THE Daily Examiner is preparing material for Mental Health Month starting next week and would like to speak to people about their conditions.

While news tips can be treated confidentially, we would very much like to hear from people willing to tell their stories publicly.

We want to hear from people about their experiences with mental health services in the Clarence Valley and whether there is a need for an overnight facility in the Clarence Valley.

Please email your details and a brief rundown of your story to

Topics:  mental health month

Rubbish truck's load catches alight

A J.R. Richards and Sons rubbish truck container caught alight on the Pacific Highway.

Fire in skip bin causes traffic hold ups

South Grafton duxes awarded the honour 80 years apart meet

NOW AND THEN: Mary Austen and Molly Dungey who were both Dux of their years.

Two South Grafton Primary School Duxes meet, 80 years apart

Skip bin catches alight

MAKING SURE: Rural Fire Service members from Ulmarra and Gulmarrad drench the skip bin to ensure it does not re-ignite.

Skip bin catches alight

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