Clarence Valley Independent

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Museum wants your embroidery

Ed, The Yamba Museum is seeking hand embroidery to include in an exhibition, called Threaded Connections to be held during the Clarence Valley Plunge Festival …

Slow internet speeds

Ed, The NBN, spruiked as the fastest ever by our politicians is about to be turned on in Yamba. Why is it handed over to providers who slow the internet speed …

Dementia Awareness – planning ahead

Ed, Dementia was believed in past years as an aged person’s disease. Dementia statistics by Professor Graeme Samuel AC, National President of Alzheimer’s …

Yamba access

Ed, As a regular visitor to Yamba for all sorts of reasons, I too have been caught up in the traffic delays over Christmas. I am no engineer but to me putting …

Ulmarra pool

Ed, How short sighted to even think of closing the Ulmarra pool! In an area surrounded by water, swimming lessons are vital for all ages and the pool – …

Gift of book to Maclean Historical Society

Ed, You published a notice from the Maclean Historical Society (CVI 13/2/19) that said “A book telling the hardships of a family on Woodford …

Policy announcements for solar and battery

Ed, The Smart Energy Council is very pleased that both the NSW Government and Opposition understand that solar and battery storage saves money and creates …

Running whilst parked

Ed, I’m seeing a lot of parked cars with engines running to keep the air conditioner going. Are the drivers so fragile they can’t stand a few …

Setting the record straight

Ed, The CV Independent newspaper printed a front page article on Wednesday 30 January about my involvement with Our Healthy Clarence.  The article said that I …

Politics and climate change

Ed, Flooding up north, record hot weather in January, fires threatening World Heritage forests to the south. This is climate change – it’s here and …

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