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Grafton chamber’s first breakfast meeting of the year

Around 40 people attended the Grafton Chamber of Commerce’s first breakfast meeting for the year which was held at the Grafton District Services Club [GDSC] …

Opportunity exists to express yourself

What kind of cultural events do you want to see in the Clarence Valley?  This is the question posed by Festival Director at Live Prawn Productions [LPP] Phil …

The Spooky Men’s Chorale bring poignant wit and improbable facial hair

As thunderous as a herd of wildebeest, as sly as a wagonload of Spike Milligans, and as sonorous as a cloister of monks, the Spooky Men’s Chorale are a gift …

Climb every mountain

  Yamba Shores Tavern proprietor Matt Muir is preparing to ride the 2017 New Zealand (NZ) Smiddy Challenge peloton, a 700 kilometre bicycle ride from …

Gulaptis stands with commercial fishers

Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis says he has been assured by Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair MLC that commercial fishers “won’t have to buy …

Upgrade enhances TLC’s ‘sophistication and reliability’

  Executive committee members of Yamba community radio station TLC-FM 100.3 are “cock-a-hoop” following technical improvements at the station’s …

Pedal boat fun at Yamba

  The ‘My Life’ – Caringa group took to the water on Thursday last week, to enjoy the Yamba pedal boat experience. ‘My Life’ carer Adrian Baker …

Gay retires after 47 years of nursing

Early Childhood Nurse Gay Wiseman has just retired after dedicating the last 25 years of her career to caring for ‘mums, bubs and families’. For many new …

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