SHE was just a young nurse, fresh from her training, but when Aunty Muriel Burns stumbled across Bomaderry Children’s Home she knew she had to help.
Prince St is well and truly buzzing with purple pride.
AS David Scott put it, Helifest on the Clarence was a chance for all the heli family to catch up and “cut loose”.
FRIGHTENING footage of a crash involving a milk truck and a caravan on the Pacific Hwy near Iluka showed up online last week.
IT'S time for people up and down the North Coast to batten down the hatches with Bureau of Meteorology warning of some severe thunder storms.
DICK Richards said while he’s not opposed to the NSW Government increasing protections for mulloway, he'd like to see the commercial industry tightly regulated.
IF YOU’RE reading this on Saturday, a new Jacaranda Queen will be just hours away.
WHEN Maree Saunders arrived at her Waterview Heights home it was just a house on a bare block, no trees, no shrubs and certainly no 15 year-old bromeliads.
AT THE worst of the GFC there were many shaky hands in the investment world but staff at Clarence Valley Council showed “nerves of steel” to score $1.2 million.
THE cross roads in South Grafton has become an impromptu car yard in recent weeks but now the Clarence Valley Council looks set to take action.
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