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Yamba community radio to get ‘permanent’ licence

Geoff Helisma| The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has offered Yamba community radio broadcaster TLC-FM 100.3 an opportunity to upgrade to …

After the bypass; a place to pause

Geoff Helisma| Clarence Valley Council (CVC) will prepare a site specific plan of management (POM) and a camping management strategy (CMS) to facilitate the …

Dear Gladys Berejiklian

Geoff Helisma| Inclusive Clarence is a group of likeminded people who “have no tolerance for extremism, hate speech, racism or bigotry” that is “seeking …

Special birthday celebrations for Brushy Tartans

Lynne Mowbray| The Tartan Brushy RSL Day Club held their annual ‘Nonagenarian birthday recognition day’ at the Brushgrove Hall, on Tuesday September 10, …

Towards harmony: advocate to speak at World Peace Day event

Geoff Helisma| Ali Kadri has just completed a three-year term as a member of the Queensland Government’s inaugural Multicultural Queensland Advisory Council; …

Brotherly love and a life of Freemasonry

Geoff Helisma| When seventy-eight-year-old Harwood Island resident Frank Pizarro says “it’s good to be alive”, he attributes much of that feeling to his …

IPART sets rate peg three months early

Geoff Helisma| The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has set the maximum increase in collectable rates revenue (general income) for the …

Accolades for the firies

Lynne Mowbray| Tributes and accolades are flowing, for the outstanding job done by the firefighters on the Shark Creek 2 fire grounds last week. The community …

Keeping our firies fed

Lynne Mowbray| Clarence Valley RFS Catering Unit Manager Stephanye Holden has been heading up the RFS catering team who have been preparing meals for the fire …

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