CVC set to raise its sustainable debt ceiling

Geoff HelismaClarence Valley Council (CVC) considered raising its debt ceiling from $131m to $197m at yesterday’s…

Seniors set to become tech savvy

Emma PritchardAimed at helping local senior citizens to become more confident when using technology, Clarence Valley…

Warm welcome extended to special visitor

Emma PritchardThe Country Women’s Association (CWA) are renowned for their strong community spirit, unwavering passion and…

Anzac Day unites Clarence Valley community

Emma PritchardAs a massive crowd gathered at Memorial Park in Grafton to commemorate Anzac Day on…

Anzac spirit unites distant relatives at Lower Southgate

Emma PritchardAs a small gathering came together at the Lower Southgate cenotaph to pay their respects…

2021 Grafton Showgirls and Man of the Land named at special ceremony

Emma PritchardShe loves living in the country, working with animals, especially cattle, and is extremely enthusiastic…

2021 Maclean Show a huge success

Emma PritchardAfter welcoming a record number of visitors to the 2021 Maclean Show last week, President…

New pavilion name unveiled at 2021 Maclean Show

Emma PritchardAs they stood below the sign, displaying the name of the new pavilion at the…

The Battle of Kapyong remembered at Ramornie

Emma PritchardMore than 100 people gathered at the Ramornie cenotaph on April 24 to commemorate the…

Man arrested following Prince Street crash

Emma PritchardA man was arrested following two dramatic scenes in Grafton on April 21.Around 3:30pm, officers…

Crowds show huge support for 2021 Grafton Show

Emma PritchardThree months ago, the Clarence Pastoral and Agricultural Society didn’t even know if the 2021…

Gamblers lose $20.7million in six months

Geoff HelismaThe latest data from Liquor & Gaming NSW has revealed that Clarence Valley local government…

Monkey see, monkey do

Geoff HelismaWriting a children’s book is “something I’ve wanted to do my whole adult life”, says…

CVC restates opposition to mining and river diversion

Geoff HelismaClarence Valley Council [CVC] has restated its opposition to any diversion of the Clarence River…

Have your say on CVC’s draft communications policy

Geoff HelismaClarence Valley Council (CVC) is exhibiting its draft communications policy – the first of its…

Remembering those who served in the Forgotten War

Emma PritchardWhile the Korean War, which raged between 1950 – 1953, is often referred to as…

Worth the wait to show his appreciation

Emma Pritchard Proudly holding his beautifully framed certificate in his hands, Grafton man Ian McGaw remains humble…

Invasive species make residents hopping mad

Emma Pritchard As a small crowd of Clarence Valley residents and property owners attended a cane toad…

Visit Schaeffer House on Anzac Day

Emma PritchardHome to many of the Clarence Valley’s most precious and irreplaceable artefacts, historical items and…

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