Surf’s ripe to determine the value of Western Australia’s waves

For the first time, the World Surf League will hold one of its championship events at…

Will the school canteen as we know it survive? ASCA’s Celebrate Canteen Week – May 24-28

ASCA is a not for profit member association of over 6000 schools Australia wide.Each year ASCA…

VIEW Clubs calling for volunteers to reconnect as COVID restrictions ease

Clarence Valley VIEW Clubs are calling on members of the community to consider volunteering for children’s…

Pacific motorway work to improve safety and support jobs

Motorists will enjoy improved safety on the Pacific Motorway with asphalt replacement work starting this week…

New look for Evans Head ambulance station

Evans Head Ambulance Station will get a refurbishment under the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance…

Service recognises Volunteers and the need to reconnect and reimagine

National Volunteer Week kicks off from 17 May with the theme ‘Recognise, Reconnect and Reimagine’, something…

Helicopter proposal sends residents into a spin

Geoff HelismaA proposal to trial helicopter joy rides at the western end of Ford Park, Yamba,…

DPI monitors Yamba fish kill

Geoff HelismaFisheries staff from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) have investigated the deaths of…

Historical society ringing with excitement

Emma Pritchard It all started with an email.And then, questions started being asked. They didn’t even know…

Sweet reunion for sugar cane cutters in Harwood

Emma PritchardLifelong mateships forged on the cane fields throughout the Clarence Valley united more than 60…

Blooming good local icon on the market

Emma PritchardFor many years, Clarence Valley locals loved getting their clacka to the Jaca to enjoy…

Community groups unite at local markets

Emma PritchardThey aimed to raise between $1500 and $2000 from their combined efforts.And when the overall…

200000 reasons to smile

Emma PritchardWhen a Grafton man learned he was the winner of the Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot,…

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLERS ENCOURAGED TO ENTER POLITICAL FILM COMP

Local high school students have until 4 June to submit their short films for Parli-Flicks, the…

Nature walk for Lions Club of Clarence – Environmental

Intermittent showers on the day of the Lion’s Club picnic day at Shannon Creek on May…

MAY is PSP/CBD Awareness Month Worldwide, two rare and devastating neurodegenerative diseases.

The Butcherbird Sings by Julie Campbell is a story that was born from living with such…

Clarence Valley Knitters Guild display

Clarence Valley Knitters Guild members are exhibiting their work at Ferry Park Gallery during May.Various works…

Combined Church Service

Christian Community of the Lower Clarence Combined Service will be held at 3 pm on Sunday,…

Clarence Head Longboarders

Even though the waves started small, the weather was perfect and the swell increased over the…

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