Clarence Valley Independent

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Is mining to risky in the Clarence Valley?

Geoff Helisma| The Clarence Catchment Alliance (CCA) is setting up in Market Square, Grafton, this Saturday October 18, for a public information drop-in …

Road closure?

Ed, When the council goes ahead with the proposed roundabout on Treelands Drive/Yamba Road and Carrs Drive/Yamba Road, I am led to believe that Yamba Road will …

My anger turns to tears

Ed, I was returning home from my daily morning walk when I spotted a Coles plastic “better” bag on the nature reserve opposite our house. I had already …

Right to Farm Bill

Ed, Right to Farm Bill is a threat to farmers and knitters everywhere. People will face more time in jail for peaceful protest than for grievous bodily harm if …

A night to remember

Ed, What a most exhilarating Friday evening! Whoever thought opera concerts could be stuffy affairs needs to experience singers from the Lower Clarence Valley …

Thank You

Ed, Just a quick note to say how much we appreciate your support in regularly running our media releases with two articles inside last week’s paper … …

Keep sharing the F.A.S.T message

Ed, National Stroke Week may be over for another year, but raising awareness of the F.A.S.T. signs of stroke is an ongoing mission we can all embrace.   I …

Donation of books and teaching resources to Samoan schools

Ed, Greg and I would like to publicly thank all the wonderful people in the Clarence Valley who have so willingly given their time and effort to collect and …

Students’ Strike 4 Climate

Ed, Members of the Grafton Loop of the Knitting Nannas Against Gas and Greed who attendedlast Friday’s School Strike 4 Climate in Grafton were very impressed …

Sand miners may rescue ‘greenies’

Ed, There was a good crowd at last Thursdays meeting in Iluka to discuss the proposed Hickey St development of 140 lots. The ‘greenies’ made a good case …

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