April 2020

Published a story 9th Apr 2020 5:15 PM

‘The responses from business owners across the State are no surprise, but at the same time make for very sober reading.’

COVID-19 knocks Northern Rivers business confidence

‘The responses from business owners across the State are no surprise, but at the same time make for very sober reading.’

Published a story 9th Apr 2020 8:56 AM

Recreational boats should remain on dry land this Easter as NSW Maritime and NSW Police Force Marine Area Command officers remain out on the water

Easter not about boating says authorities

Recreational boats should remain on dry land this Easter as NSW Maritime and NSW Police Force Marine Area Command officers remain out on the water

Published a story 8th Apr 2020 6:03 PM

Council will close nine beach carparks during the current COVID-19 pandemic in a clear message to visitors

Clarence Valley Council to close carparks over Easter

Council will close nine beach carparks during the current COVID-19 pandemic in a clear message to visitors

Published a story 8th Apr 2020 4:13 PM

Are we this desperate for footy, or is continuing to play in a ‘bubble’ a step too far?

DEBATE: Is an isolated NRL competition really a good idea?

Are we this desperate for footy, or is continuing to play in a ‘bubble’ a step too far?

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 5:10 PM

Health authorities have issued a plea to would-be travellers keen to take a break in Northern NSW: don’t do it

Steer clear of the Clarence Valley this Easter

Health authorities have issued a plea to would-be travellers keen to take a break in Northern NSW: don’t do it

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 2:24 PM

Lions Club of Maclean processed more than half a million containers in seven months at their Townsend shed

Maclean Lions wind up return and earn operation as a success

Lions Club of Maclean processed more than half a million containers in seven months at their Townsend shed

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 1:15 PM

A family of five are all lucky to have escaped Monday night’s storm alive after a gum tree crushed their Clarenza home

Family devastated and left homeless after storm

A family of five are all lucky to have escaped Monday night’s storm alive after a gum tree crushed their Clarenza home

Published a story 6th Apr 2020 1:22 PM

Clarence Valley Council rangers are increasing patrols in coastal areas in order to reduce the number of people illegally camping in the Clarence Valley

Council rangers to step up patrols targeting illegal campers

Clarence Valley Council rangers are increasing patrols in coastal areas in order to reduce the number of people illegally camping in the Clarence Valley

Published a story 2nd Apr 2020 4:58 PM

‘The challenge was coming from the angle of that we’re in crazy times so let’s do something fun. I’ve been blown away with the response.’

VIDEO: Teachers shake off coronavirus blues with viral dance

‘The challenge was coming from the angle of that we’re in crazy times so let’s do something fun. I’ve been blown away with the response.’

Published a story 1st Apr 2020 6:15 PM

The Department of Primary Industries has made a decision as to whether fishing can continue following recent NSW Government public health restrictions

NSW DPI make call on fishing following coronavirus clampdown

The Department of Primary Industries has made a decision as to whether fishing can continue following recent NSW Government public health restrictions

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