Cane crushing reaches half-way point

The NSW Sugar Industry has just passed the half-way point for the 2021 cane crush, having…

Clarence and Richmond Valleys join world’s largest shark program

Clarence and Richmond Valley beaches will be safer for locals and visitors this summer with the…

Yamba serviceman’s hard work recognised

RAAF Base Townsville’s Sergeant Tory Tipler of No.2 Security Forces Squadron has been awarded the annual…

Prison escapee from Grafton arrested and charged

Emma PritchardA man who escaped from a Northern NSW correctional facility almost 30 years ago has…

Young life lost following crash on Yamba Road

Emma PritchardA young woman tragically passed away following a collision involving two vehicles in the Clarence…

Classic car display drives up visitor numbers in Lawrence

Emma PritchardDriven by their enthusiasm to catch up with each other and relishing the opportunity to…

Clarence and Richmond Valley vaccine rates climbing, but more needed

New figures show the Clarence and Richmond Valleys have reached nearly 60 percent of people single…

Together we care

Together we care – for local kids who need safe homes Together we care – MacKillop…

Bara brings back border bubble

In successfully negotiating the restoration of a border zone that will again include the Richmond and…

Living Sustainably Awards – closing date extended

Living Sustainably Awards – closing date extended to September 22The Clarence Valley Council Living Sustainably Awards…

Working to protect our threatened species

Emu-friendly fencing will be trialed to help ensure the safe passage of coastal emus along some…

Yamba Day VIEW Club

Monday September 20 will be our schedule luncheon, unless otherwise informed.Please phone Lyn on 6646 3164…

Clarence Valley included in bush fire danger period

As the bush fire season commences, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) is encouraging communities to…

Scene springing into life soon

Emma PritchardA new season has arrived, and soon, our latest edition of Scene will too.Featuring a…

Services reopen as lockdown comes to an end

Council services and facilities have reopened across the Clarence Valley following the announcement that stay-at-home orders…

Libraries to re-open!

Next week all Clarence Valley libraries are re-opening their doors, giving members access to 130,000+ books…

Hard work and common sense free Northern Rivers communities from lockdown

The restoration of freedoms with the lifting of stay at home areas in parts of regional…

Cattle sales continue during lockdown under strict conditions

The Grafton cattle sales went ahead on Saturday, September 4 and will be held on Thursday,…

Work starts on program to create safer school zones

Nineteen schools across the Clarence Valley are set to benefit under the School Zone Infrastructure Program.…

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