GEORGE Oxenbridge of Glenugie has devised a plan to bring the Northern Rivers about $70 million per year for the next 20 years.
AS RESIDENTS in the Maclean Lookout area endure day 14 of a “boil water alert”, the source of contamination of the Lookout Reservoir remains a mystery.
DESPITE the carnage witnessed on the North Coast section of the Pacific Hwy in recent days, last year’s road toll was one of the lowest on record.
ANYONE feeling like making good on the first day of their 2013 fitness resolution can do so in a fun-filled environment at either Brooms Head or Red Rock today.
LAST year 1200 people took part and $10,000 was raised for St Vinnies. The tradition continues this Saturday with the running of the annual Grafton Santa Crawl
GRAFTON/COFFS band "stoked" with the opportunity of playing at the Emergenza Rock Festival.
THE paint was still drying on the final coat of Leanne Pilbeam's new bathroom when Daily Examiner photographer Deb Novak took this shot on Saturday.
THE Corrective Services officers at the centre of the controversial Ian Klum death-in-custody case were reinstated to their jobs.
BUS company gives in to mums' complaints and adds extra bus to service.
SATURDAY night's “re-launch” of Mostaccio has been more than six months in the making – all shows prior to this considered mere warm-ups to the main event.