CVC seeks answers on GBH upgrade promise

Clarence Valley Council (CVC) has written to the NSW Premier, Deputy Premier, Treasurer, Minister for Health…

ANZACs not forgotten

With all ANZAC Day public commemorations cancelled due to the Corona virus pandemic, residents of the…

How JobKeeper works for employers and their employees

Eligible businesses will have to cover the wages and overheads of keeping their employees employed at…

Trip of a lifetime cut short

John and Di Leask of Ulmarra have finally returned home from what should have been a…

Drive through Op-Shop

The Mend and Make Do Crew Op-Shop at South Grafton are being pro-active in the way…

Rex to introduce temperature testing at check-in

Regional Express (Rex) announces that it is rolling out body temperature testing at check-in counters across…

COVID-19 update: NO new cases

Since our last update on Friday April 17 there have been no new cases of COVID-19 recorded…

Man falls from horse

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was called to a property at South Grafton around 4pm…

Woombah caravan park out of the woods; negotiated agreement ‘saves’ trees

It’s clear that some Woombah residents are unhappy about the outcome of a dispute regarding the…

Clarence and Richmond Valley small businesses

Clarence and Richmond Valley small businesses among 2500 to already get $10,000 government virus grantsClarence and…

COVID-19 Update

There are no new cases of COVID-19 in residents of the Northern NSW Local Health District since…

Health Advice: don’t drop regular GP Appointments

People with medical conditions or due for routine screening should not let their regular doctor appointments…

Nationals boost for Clarence Valley youth and aboriginal culture

The Nationals in NSW Government are preparing for the post coronavirus era with three significant grants…

Opening soon! Get ready to drive Glenugie to Tyndale

The Woolgoolga to Ballina project team is gearing up to open a 36 kilometre section of…

Clubs welcome fee relief

ClubsNSW welcomes the NSW Government’s decision to waive liquor licence fees for 12 months for the…

Councils welcome moves to fairly fund community infrastructure

Properly and fairly funded community infrastructure built by councils will help NSW’s economic recovery from the…

NSW bushfire clean-up to reach over 200 communities this month

Laing O’Rourke’s bushfire clean-up program is ramping up, with up to 120 clean-up crews working across…

And they’re racing … at Grafton

As racing continues at the Clarence River Jockey Club in Grafton and in most states around…

And they’re racing … at Grafton (part 2)

The Independent chatted with Clarence Valley Jockey Club’s executive officer, Michael Beattie, to find out how…

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