RESIDENTS of the tiny village of Palmers Island feel they could be dwarfed by a caravan park development proposed to become their neighbour.
ANTIQUE motorbikes aren’t a great ride: their electronics are totally unreliable, and when it comes to brakes, you’re in the lap of the gods.
NEARING the end of its second season in Lower Clarence Netball Association’s First Division, the Breakers Sassqueens are sitting in fifth spot with four wins, but without a real chance of making the finals.
THE LATEST government offer in its bid to restructure the NSW fishing industry is just more of the same thing they rejected last year, say local fishers.
THE ANGLICAN Op Shop in Grafton is open for business less than a month after arsonists set the building alight.
THE ATTRACTION of a State Woodchopping title lured a crowd of about 500 to the 11th annual Glenreagh Timber Festival.
A $6 MILLION plan to consolidate five Grafton Clarence Valley Council works depots into one super site has gone on public exhibition.
THERE are murmurs of civil disobedience, but opponents of the removal of camphor laurel trees in the Maclean CBD are keeping their cards close to their chests.
A FLOTILLA of 12 boats and 60 rowers are about to embark onone of the region’s longest sporting events.