BOTH lanes of the Pacific Highway have reopened north of Iluka following a multi-vehicle crash earlier this afternoon.
IT TOOK Clarence Valley councillors just a few minutes at Tuesday’s ordinary meeting to axe funding to the tourism organisation it has financed for 38 years.
EACH year we’ll be able to tell you how much each local councillor is spending in expenses and how many meetings they’ve attended.
EVEN the mention of closing the access road to Iluka breakwall had the seaside town battle ready.
GRAFTON’S visitor information centre could be closed within three years if a major restructure of tourism services is given the tick by Clarence Valley councillors today.
THIS week the NSW Police Association will meet in Newcastle to discuss officer numbers on the North Coast.
UPDATE: POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal crash ijust south of Grafton last night.
A WEEK ago Cheryl Barnes thought she was going to have to cancel the Jacaranda Afternoon Tea but a flurry of late bookings ensured the event was a huge success.
THE Jacaranda City will be more like Mardi Gra-fton on Friday night with the vibrant Venetian Carnival set to brighten the riverbank.
WOODWORKER Bill Chad last year helped craft a trophy in honour of his late friend Don Bellamy, the Northern Rivers Woodworking Association’s former president.
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