Fisherman drowns at Sandon

About 8.15am, Wednesday 13 May 2020, emergency services attended the southern side of the Sandon River…

CVC to continue advertising in print media

Clarence Valley Council will continue spending an undisclosed amount of money on advertising in print media,…

Boat builder vows to continue fight for zoning change

Yamba Welding and Engineering proprietor Bill Collingburn has vowed to continue his campaign to establish boat…

Birthday celebrations on hold

Elaine Woods of Maclean was to celebrate her 90th birthday on Thursday last week with her…

Draft rating structure includes final year of SRV

Clarence Valley Council (CVC) is set to implement its third and final eight percent special rate…

Yamba Welding launch Fisheries vessel

It was the most action that Yamba has seen for some time last Friday as Yamba…

Planning department rejects Palmers Island rezoning criticises CVC’s failure to make a decision

Clarence Valley Council’s failure to make a recommendation regarding the proposed rezoning of land on Palmers…

Gaming machines generate $11m profit and $1.56m tax revenue

Gaming machines in the Clarence Valley local government area (LGA) generated $1,560,173.46 in tax revenue during…

Chrysanthemums – a growing concern

For just on 30 years the Benefield family of Halfway Creek, have delighted many rose lovers…

$600k spend on detailed pool design too much for councillors to bear

Despite extensive consultation and planning over the past four years, to develop a master plan for…

Retail stores take stock of business

With the impact of COVID -19 most retail stores are doing it tough; some have had…

I don’t want to teach online

Maclean High School teachers Matt and Tania Fisher have put their creative talents towards producing a…

Book sales walk out the door

It wasn’t that long ago, that we sadly watched bookshops around the country closing their doors,…

Grafton pool master plan falls into the deep end

In June 2016 Clarence Valley Council (CVC) began a process to produce a Grafton Olympic Pool…

COVID-19: Here’s what to do if you can’t pay your rates

At the April 27 Clarence Valley Council (CVC) meeting, councillors unanimously adopted a new policy –…

Community spirit stays alive through COVID-19

[^Stock photo, pre Covid-19]Most businesses within the village of Ulmarra may have closed temporarily due to…

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