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$15,000 scholarships on offer

Apprentices in the Clarence and Richmond Valleys who need a helping hand should consider applying for a NSW Government $15,000 Bert Evans Scholarship, Clarence …

Palmers Island students tackle Tourette Syndrome

The students of Palmers Island Public School have marked Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week last week to support a student with the condition and encourage …

Let’s all read Alpacas and Maracas

Clarence Valley kids are invited to join more than one million children across Australia to read Alpacas with Maracas for National Simultaneous Storytime. On …

The first ever Stars of Clarence – Dance For Cancer event to be held in Grafton in 2019!

Cancer Council’s ‘Stars of Clarence – Dance For Cancer’ is launching for the first time in the Clarence Valley this June. Based on the idea of a …

Northern NSW residents reminded to get their flu shot

The Northern NSW community is being reminded to get their flu vaccine with the launch of the 2019 flu campaign today. “With more than 9,600 confirmed …

Art in the Paddock returns to Yulgilbar

Presented by The Gallery Foundation, Art in the Paddock is a unique event where artists from around the region are invited to create, display and sell work in …

Daniel Barwick – All In One Book Design Family-run Bookmaking Business Expands into the Clarence Valley

Whats your story? Have you ever considered writing a book? One of Iluka’s newest residents, Daniel Barwick, is here to help. All In One Book …

One spectacular view…a fabulous river & ‘Two Bridges’

Two Bridges Expresso is a unique little coffee café located on Yamba Road at Maclean right at the Harwood Bridge north-bound approach ramp. Owner Ed Goode …

Meet ‘The Land Girls’ author, Victoria Purman

Ever wondered who took care of the farms when our Aussie men went off to war? We’ve got just the book, and author, to fill you in. Join bestselling …

Technology Club for kids with high functioning autism is coming to the Clarence Valley

Wanted – kids, who reside in and around the Clarence Valley district, aged 10 to 16, with high functioning autism and Asperger’s who enjoy working with …

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