More police report for duty in Northern NSW

Five probationary constables reported for work in the Coffs/Clarence Police District on October 11.Member for Clarence…

Environmental recovery in Clarence Valley

The Black Summer Bushfires caused devastation through large areas of the natural environment across the Clarence…

‘Freely available’ BLER information not so free

Geoff Helisma|Accessing information about approved applications to round 2 of the NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economies…

Concrete progress on Iluka’s first ever ambulance station

A new ambulance station for the Iluka community is making great progress with the first concrete…

VOICES FOR THE EARTH

Political InconsistencyThe Clarence Catchment Alliance (CCA) has campaigned strongly for the past three years, educating the…

Local groups encouraged to party for seniors

It is one of the largest events of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and has…

Clarence Nationals MP calls for common sense in water debate

Rous County Council needs to use some common sense in developing its future water strategy according…

Gulaptis cleared to return home

After being identified as a close contact of a positive Covid-19 case last month and subsequently…

School Wellbeing Nurses coming to two Clarence Valley schools

South Grafton High School and Gillwinga Public School will be among the first in the state…

ANOTHER CHANCE FOR CLARENCE AND RICHMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES

CLARENCE and Richmond Valley sports clubs and other not-for-profit groups seeking to grow have until 26…

Purr-fect reward for pet adopters

If you are a kind enough to adopt an abandoned puppy or kitten, you should not…

Be prepared – scout renovations in Iluka and Glenreagh

The Scouts’ Camp Eagle Eye at Glenreagh and the premises of the 1st Iluka Scouts are…

Gulaptis: ‘Fair trading needs a good kick up the arse’

Geoff HelismaNSW Fair Trading says it will not provide a statement regarding ticket on-seller viagogo’s sale…

Heritage initiatives receive funding

The preservation of the Clarence and Richmond Valleys’ rich history has received a boost with funding…

Valley public assets set for upgrades

Clarence and Richmond Valley Councils and community groups that use Crown land should consider applying for…

Local businesses invited to line up for station upgrade

Small businesses throughout the Clarence Valley have until May 28 to register their interest in helping…

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLERS ENCOURAGED TO ENTER POLITICAL FILM COMP

Local high school students have until 4 June to submit their short films for Parli-Flicks, the…

Seniors travel card a success but thousands still missing out

Around four in five eligible local seniors have claimed their $250 travel card in the second…

Grants available for Clarence Valley war memorial upkeep

They commemorate the many lives which have been forever lost and changed by war, and now,…

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