FIFTY-FIVE dollars was a cheap price to pay for a wife who hadn’t seen her husband Chris Goswich without a beard before when he lost his locks during the Shave 4 A Cure.
A GATHERING of Leading Ladies at Yamba aim to better plan how to engage and encourage women of all ages and demographics to become involved in local government.
A FEAR of animals wasn’t going to stop Winnifred Irwin from getting in on the act when 'Gary the Goat' paid the St Francis Aged Care Village a visit.
HISTORY is now on the move in Yamba. The Yamba Museum has moved into the 21st Century by developing a free app for smart phones and other mobile devices.
ONE of the contributors for the current Yamba Museum Surf Cult Exhibition is guided by his ancestors.
YAMBA businessman Tony Young got more than he bargained for recently when he was walking his dog, Polar, just after sunrise.
THE very foundations of the Clarence Valley were shaken more than 18 months ago.
THE Clarence Valley’s NAIDOC Day 2013 activities are on today and committee member Debby Taylor is hoping for a big crowd.
VISION4CHANGE Aboriginal Arts Exhibition at Yamba Museum is a collaborative project between four Clarence Valley museums and the Aboriginal community.