EXCLUSIVE: If there's no bypass funds in the forward estimates of the next federal budget on May 8, Labor will be putting our local politicians under the pump.
AFTER letting a half time lead slip through their fingers last weekend, Dan Randall says the Magpies are determined not to let it happen again at home.
SOUTH Grafton Rebels coach Ron Gordon is taking nothing for granted as the side prepares to host Coffs Harbour Comets.
GRAFTON Tigers captain-coach Chris Curthoys has one simple answer when you ask about his side ahead of this weekend's season opener against Coffs Breakers.
HOME track trainers have their way, as four of the eight races went to Clarence River Jockey Club trainers.
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WOOLI surfing queen Carly Shanahan kicked back into competitive gear this week with a finals finish at the Billabong Oz Grom Cup at Coffs Harbour.
THE Bobcats will host a hungry Boambee Bombers, fresh off a 7-1 mauling of a strong Grafton United outfit, at Barry Watts Oval tomorrow.
HE started his rugby career with the Grafton Redmen in 1999. Now, 19 years down the track he's about to notch up his 100th game for the club.
TWO world champion wood choppers will be on our doorstep this weekend as they aim to earn vital points in the Woodchop Australia Champion of Champions series.
TWO encouraging items have appeared on the fishing scene during the past week - big bream are on the bite and more blackfish are making their appearance.
SPORTING clubs across the community will rejoice as Clarence Valley Council appears set to upgrade grounds and facilities across the region.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
AFTER more than three decades as a coach at the Grafton City Tennis Club, Phil Beckman has never seen the Prince St courts look as good as they do now.
Football coaches from across the North Coast will be given a free football coaching master class
Cameron's third Games provide a time for family and friends and to showcase the game
BARBS Helgas coach Kyran Robertson was full of praise for his women's first grade side after narrowly losing to McAuley White.
IT WAS a mighty effort from Clocktower Hotel Royals to maintain their undefeated start to 2018.
SOUTH Grafton Rebels were quick to shake off the effects of their first-round loss, with a tough 36-14 display against the Nambucca Heads Roosters.
IN an all-the-way finish Latitude holds out rising star Camillo. Successful day for local trainers.
IT WAS a scrappy contest at Kane Douglas Rugby Field as the Buccaneers ran the sword through a depleted Murwillumbah outfit with a 43-7 win.