DEX journos are chasing news at both ends of the Clarence Valley from Telstra towers at Nymboida to turtle releases in Yamba.
The rules might say a mill operating near Grafton had not met all the legal conditions, but Clarence Valley Councillors could not vote eight people out of a job
Local businesses have given the Grafton Chamber of Commerce's first breakfast meeting of the year a tick of approval.
Just as the newsroom thinks it can wind down after putting out another paper, news of a yachtie gone missing at Yamba sends it into action.
Aussies love bestowing unflattering nicknames on famous figures like prime ministers. Barnaby Joyce's new nickname has put him in some good company.
A newsroom's plans come unstuck, but that just shows we are producing the latest news as it comes to hand.
A Townsend resident fighting a plan to build a brothel in town says the development application's figures on the proximity of homes to the premises are wrong.
The Daily Examiner reporters have hit the ground running this week, chasing news for the website and newspaper.
Politicians use the mythical pub test as a benchmark for public opinion, so we decided to give the PM's bonk ban rule a real pub test in local watering holes.