Road to retail recovery in Maclean

Emma PritchardSeveral retailers in River Street, Maclean, will remain open until 8pm on December 10, allowing…

Fur & feathers first aid for firefighters

Local native animals will stand a better chance in the next bushfire emergency with Clarence and…

Artists encouraged to enter local exhibition and competition

The Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association is inviting local artists to get creative and start…

Maintenance to give bridge new life at Yamba

Motorists will be enjoying smoother travel on Yamba Road at Yamba with work starting next week…

Looking for mental stimulation?

Yamba Museum has a particularly well documented collection of items of historic value to our immediate…

Small Business Matters

Welcome to our annual Small Business Matters editorial. After a very strange 18 months, small businesses…

Iluka darts

The Iluka Bowls Social Dart Club met on Thursday, June 24. ResultsWinners were Steven Webb and Jean…

Dine & Discover deadline extension

The Government have extended the deadline for people to use their Dine & Discover vouchers by…

Yamba monthly medallists

Wednesday’s cool early morning temperatures continued right through until midday for the 50 ladies who played…

Can you believe our 2021 Season starts this week?!

Time flies when you’re having fun!We’re excited to kick off our 2021 Season this week with…

$1500 rebates for LOCAL organisations

Small businesses including sole traders as well as not for profit groups in the Clarence and…

Home sweet home away from home

Emma Pritchard Sometimes, situations arise when a person can no longer safely remain in their own home.It’s…

Greens councillor revisits CVC’s anti-mining stance

Geoff HelismaClarence Valley Council’s only declared politically-aligned councillor, Greg Clancy, tabled a motion at yesterday’s March…

Driving act of wet weather stupidity

Emma PritchardSenseless vandals targeted the Terry West Athletics Field at Barnier Park in Junction Hill during…

Queensland’s turtles and whales to benefit from plastics ban

Australia’s leading ocean conservation group has congratulated the Queensland government for passing legislation to ban single-use…

Healthy North Coast Supporting Communities Through Bushfire Recovery Grants – Round 2 Now Open

Applications are now open for round two of the Commonwealth Government’s ‘Supporting Communities in Bushfire Recovery’…

NSW students take on ‘Big Vegie Crunch’ record

More than 12,000 Northern NSW children will be participating in this year’s “Big Veggie Crunch”, as…

Maclean Museum reopens after almost 12 months

The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Maclean District Historical Society Incorporated, will be held on March…

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