Students say they could easily be back in class at school if politicians would do the right thing and provide a fix for climate change.
Mother and son RFS volunteers respond in different fashions to firestorms on their first shifts on the job.
Defibrillators, which are used to give life saving first aid to people who have heart attacks, are often not used because people don't know how to use them.
Shock win turns inexperienced Clarence fighter into a state title contender.
'When they came along offering a cheap price for the job, I sort of knew what to expect. Even so, I don't think we've even got close to what we paid for.'
Bushfires are generating a lot of worry in the rural community, but there are steps you can take to make sure you're safe and they really work.
A decision on whether a BB pistol used to shoot peacocks was a functioning firearm or a replica was a vital component in the sentencing a local man.
If you have a fear of the number 13 and don't want to get out of bed on Friday the 13th, the Greeks have two very long words to describe you.
A magistrate has bailed a South Grafton man despite allegations he was armed with a machete when he confronted his alleged victim.
Agriculture is the Clarence Valley's largest industry and TAFE is putting extra effort into training people to get good paying jobs in it.