MORE than 25% of this year’s nominations for The Daily Examiner Clarence Valley Business Excellence Awards are in the new business categories.
A GUT feeling that Grafton was ready to embrace a healthy approach to eating was all local businesswoman Chrissy Hancock needed to set up a whole food cafe.
A BREATH of fresh air will sweep through the Northern Rivers from Monday as all commercial outdoor dining areas in NSW will become smoke-free.
IT ALMOST seems like heresy for South Grafton representative rugby union player Lewis Cooper to be turning out in the 15-man game.
THE REMOVAL of seats from Maclean’s McLachlan Park is not a sign the camphor laurel trees in the park are about to come down.
IT’S opening day for the 2015 July Carnival as the crowds descend on the Grafton Racecourse for the Westlawn Finance Prelude Day.
CLARENCE Valley property owners could say goodbye to some developer fees for granny flats if a plan to boost low-cost housing goes ahead.
NEWS that 783 people found jobs in the Clarence Valley in the March quarter of 2015 is “gold-plated terrific news” says Mayor Richie Williamson.
THE collapse of Heavy Haulage Australia probably reflects a downturn in the mining industry rather than the trucking industry, says a Clarence trucking company.
POLICE are treating a fire which destroyed a section of the Anglican Op Shop in Grafton as suspicious.