Health Minister tours new Ambulatory Care Centre

The Clarence Valley welcomed a special visitor on April 9 when Minister for Health and Minister…

Grafton unites in honour of HRH Prince Philip

Emma PritchardA small gathering of Clarence Valley residents congregated beneath the majestic arches of the Grafton…

Local school leaders officially acknowledged

Clarence Valley School leaders from local primary and high schools were acknowledged for the important roles…

Woman’s body recovered near Gloucester

Emma PritchardThe body of an elderly woman, alleged to be that of missing Maclean resident Adele…

Tartan Brushy Club autumn meetings

There was a good attendance for our first autumn meeting.Our guest speaker Roslyn Hollis spoke on…

Home sweet home away from home

Emma Pritchard Sometimes, situations arise when a person can no longer safely remain in their own home.It’s…

Clarence Valley supports our senior citizens

Emma Pritchard Growing up and subsequently growing older, are two of the most significantly important experiences in…

More than 300 drivers charged during Easter Operation 2021

As most of us binged on chocolates and celebrated the Easter long weekend festivities with our…

Meals on wheels driven by community spirit

Emma PritchardThere is nothing better or more enjoyable than sitting down to a delicious meal in…

Telestroke service reaches Clarence Valley patients

Stroke patients in the Clarence Valley will now have 24-hour access to an innovative telehealth service…

Free wellbeing workshops for carers

Social Futures, in partnership with The Rural Adversity Mental Health Program (RAMHP), are holding free wellbeing…

Exciting things are happening with the Maclean Lions Club

Much has taken place with the Lions Club in very recent times.Late in 2020 the local…

Kori Eaton is District ‘Youth of the Year’ winner

Yamba Lions Club once again is celebrating our ‘Youth of the Year’ winner, Kori Eaton, who…

VOICES FRO THE EARTH

In our quest to combat climate change, it seems that political philosophy and denial, spurred on…

Few community members feeling blue after Bluesfest cancelled

It’s one of the most popular local events in the Northern Rivers region.And for the second…

Our troubles make us stronger

Problems come in all shapes and sizes.The shape and size of the following problem fits a…

Yamba Day VIEW are back meeting on a Monday

Our April luncheon will be held at the Bowlo, Monday April 19, commencing at 10am. Please…

Mindful Moments

There is a light in the core of our being that calls us home, one that…

Bulky Waste Collection starts May 3

The 2021 Bulky Waste collection is scheduled to start on Monday May 3. As in previous…

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