IT WAS pleasing to hear there are still sectors of our community where social media has failed to make a dent.
THE Daily Examiner works better than Facebook for Clarence food producer Peter Nicholson.
SOMEWHERE in Grafton a lucky Lottery winner has just knocked $100,000 off his family’s mortgage after winning first prize in the $2 Jackpot Lottery draw.
VOLLEYBALL in Grafton is on its last legs, with a crisis meeting tomorrow night to decide the sport’s future.
THE blaze at its height on Saturday afternoon also threatened her house, with the heat from the blaze smashing a window and burning curtains.
IT IS not just Clarence that's facing an usual spring Sydney, Melbourne and Perth should also expect unusual spring weather.
WITH 140 guests, the Gallery Foundation was looking at a good profit. The event proved to be a huge success.
IN FEBRUARY Mr Newcombe suffered form a massive heart attack which he never got over. He died in hospital after suffering from a short illness.
THE September school holidays will provide the first indication for local tourism operators that the shark menace off our coastline is bad for business.