Less bare for Clarence koalas

Clarence Valley koalas, hit hard by the recent bushfires, will soon have 5000 new trees to…

A Man of Goodwill

Rex Gow is a gentleman and one who lives according to this motto:“I expect that I…

COVID a blessing for surf industry

While many businesses have struggled or are still struggling to survive as a result of the…

Gulmarrad community group hits cul-de-sac

After three years of working towards their “vision for a socially and physically connected community”, the…

Do you want a say in the days Iluka Library in open?

On July 1 Clarence Valley libraries launched a short survey asking the Iluka community for feedback…

Nationals deliver for valley festivals

The future of the Jacaranda Festival in Grafton and Casino Beef Week, as well as other…

$70.6M capital works program for the Clarence Valley

The Clarence Valley economy will receive an economic boost as Councillors voted to adopt the 2020-21…

Rent relief for Crown land tenants

The NSW Government decision to provide rent relief to eligible businesses and not-for-profits that lease, or…

Local scientist invents globally significant COVID device

As the world struggles to come to terms with how to manage the ‘new normal’, as…

Upper Corindi motorcycle accident

At 1030am Wednesday morning the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was tasked to a motorcycle accident…

Grant helps Nymboida’s Big Shed upgrade

Last weeks announcement by Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis of $200,000 towards the upgrade of the…

Money to refurbish Yamba War Memorial

The Yamba Cenotaph will soon be rejuvenated thanks to $6820 grant from the NSW Government, Clarence…

Palmers Island road resurface under scrutiny

Many Yamba residents have expressed their concern regarding the quality of the new road surface between…

$128,000 upgrade for popular Bom Bom Forest mountain bike trails

The Grafton Cycle Club will be able to upgrade its popular Bom Bom mountain bike trails…

More shark protection for local beaches

It is going to become safer to go for a swim off the Clarence and Richmond…

Heritage grants available for renovation projects

Heritage grants are now available for projects to help restore historical buildings. This year’s priority area…

Iconic Yamba site to be sold for the first time

Many locals and tourists alike will have fond memories of this iconic Yamba property from its…

Bushfires and COVID caused decline in people using Clarence Valley beaches

Bushfires and the COVID-19 lockdown have caused a 33% decline in visitors using Clarence Valley beaches.This…

Taking a road trip around the Clarence

As we slowly emerge out of our Covid-19 lock down and back into life, what can…

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