New ultrasound for Maclean Hospital

The Maclean Hospital is now in possession of a new $125,000 ultrasound unit thank to the…

Wesley Mission to provide care and support

Wesley Mission has been announced as the successful tenderer to provide the services of Clarence Care…

It’s Library Week!

Library and Information Week is one of the busiest weeks at Clarence Valley libraries and 2020…

New Clarence and Richmond Valley representation on North Coast Local Land Services Board

Upper Clarence cattle breeder Adam Chapman and Yorklea beef producer Bruce Lyle have just been elected…

Salvos bracing for influx of people needing support as unemployment rises during COVID-19 pandemic

This week is Red Shield Appeal Week. However, volunteers won’t be seen door knocking or collecting…

Bell Shakespeare has announced that it will open its archives for a special limited release

National theatre company Bell Shakespeare has announced that it will open its archives for a special…

About an Age – Uniquely Australian Film

Bounty Films is excited to announce the global video-on-demand release of the coming-age-age drama About An Age.…

Aaron Martin wins Saturday Grafton Stableford

One of the biggest fields for many years, contested last Saturday’s Barry Jones Smash Repairs single…

‘Lethal’ Leigh Barrington tops Maclean Vets golf

It was another brilliant day on the golf course on Monday. The sun was shining, and…

Big numbers for Westlawn golf

I cannot believe that the Westlawn Golf Club hit a PB on Sunday with 50 players…

Chook Chat Blog: What’s so great about chicken?

In 2018/19, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences estimates that Australians ate their…

Report recommends a government-led bushfire insurance model

A new report from the Practical Justice Initiative at UNSW Sydney asks policymakers, and society more…

Under-utilised seafood species – not always a sustainability short-cut

Eating more under-utilised seafood species is often advertised as the way to more sustainable seafood consumption,…

Millions turn to libraries to get them through

Millions of people have turned to libraries to get them through the current health crisis, with…

Rural health journal shines a light on physical and mental health

What impact do bushfires, COVID-19 and climate change have on rural health?These are some of the…

Regional women in New South Wales face homelessness crisis

Women in regional New South Wales are facing a housing crisis with new research revealing more…

How is COVID-19 changing democracy

UNSW researcher Dr Carolien van Ham says authoritarian regimes are using the pandemic as a way…

Disability support workers are experiencing high levels of insecurity and uncertainty, according to a UNSW report. 

A major report by UNSW researchers Natasha Cortis and Georgia van Toorn found only one in…

Builders call for $13 billion stimulus action plan

A $13.2 billion building and construction stimulus action will stimulate over $30 billion in new economic…

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