News

Special flood aerial edition in this Saturday's Examiner

RESIDENTS are still feeling the impact second wave of flooding to hit the Valley this year with outlying areas cut off.

Last Saturday, The Daily Examiner photographer Debrah Novak was able to take to the skies to get jaw-dropping aerial photos of some of the worst hit areas in the region.

Stranded cattle, submerged cars, homes and properties.

In this Saturday's Daily Examiner we'll feature an eight-page souvenir edition of photographs from this second wave as well as a keepsake poster.

Don't forget to pick up your copy.

Topics:  daily examiner flood



Principal with a conscience shuts the gate on long career

Murwillumbah High School Deputy Principal Michael McNamara, surrounded by some of his students is retiring from school life

Murwillumbah High School's Michael McNamara has heard the final bell

Authorities warn of firebugs amid dry conditions

Tweed firefighters have attended another blaze in Banora Point.

Firefighters urge residents to be vigilant after Banora grass fire

Surfscene: Pro surfing's new direction

Mick Fanning on his backhand demonstrates what Kelly Slater's wave pool offers in both rights and lefthanders.

"Right now, professional surfing is at a crossroads”

Local Partners