Off leash areas of the Clarence Valley

Council has designated Off-Leash areas throughout the Clarence Valley. Dogs are allowed off-leash in all of…

Feathers fly during swooping season

Duck!It may sound like a peculiar thing to shout, especially when you’re referring to another bird,…

Clarence valley catalogue distributors on notice not to be “tossers”

People distributing catalogues to properties are being placed on notice by Clarence Valley Council.Council’s Regulatory Services…

Communities encouraged to come together

The Clarence Valley welcomed a special visitor on September 21 when Rabbi Zalman Kastel, national director…

Dual carriageway between Maclean And Mororo

The Pacific Highway Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade continues to make strides with motorists set to enjoy…

Clarence Valley Council gets its scrap together

Clarence Valley residents are set to be the best in NSW when it comes to recycling…

Zaffis makes Queensland final

Angourie surfer Chris Zaffis has placed fourth at the Australian Open of Surfing Sunshine Coast Pro…

Yamba woman takes out award

Yamba resident Helen Brown has been named as Senior Volunteer of the Year, as well as…

Anti-mining group gets active

On Saturday September 19, the Clarence Catchment Alliance held an informal public picnic, meeting and open…

Man arrested after allegedly threatening police

A man was arrested following a two-hour stand-off in Grafton on September 20.Shortly after 9am, officers…

Westpac Rescue Helicopter callout

At 1040am this morning the Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked to a report of a snake…

RFS encourage us to ‘Get Ready’

Local Rural Fire Service (RFS) brigades have begun holding information days for the public, in an…

CVC denied expected art gallery funding

With the $7.6 million refurbishment of the Grafton Regional Gallery well advanced, Create NSW’s rejection of…

Farewell to valley’s oldest resident

Family and friends joined together at the GDSC Grafton on Thursday September 17, to farewell the…

Mindfulness over matter

He stood on the bank of the Murrumbidgee River and looked at the water.He even picked…

CVC’s economic recovery plan

Following the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) setting the 2021/22 rate peg at two per…

IPART sets two per cent rate peg

The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has set a maximum increase in rates revenue for…

$6.479 million to fix broken roads

Clarence Valley Council (CVC) has accepted a $6.479 million funding offer from Transport for NSW, to…

Border relaxation welcome but Clarence Valley needs to be included

The slight easing of border restrictions by the Queensland Government is a positive step but the…

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