June 2020

Published a story 5th Jun 2020 3:16 PM

When video footage emerged of George Floyd’s fatal encounter with Minneapolis Police, like many, Bianca Monaghan found it hard to watch

“When is it going to stop?”

When video footage emerged of George Floyd’s fatal encounter with Minneapolis Police, like many, Bianca Monaghan found it hard to watch

Published a story 5th Jun 2020 8:17 AM

Here's a list of everyone appearing in court today, Friday, June 5

IN COURT: Five people appearing in Grafton Court today

Here's a list of everyone appearing in court today, Friday, June 5

Published a story 4th Jun 2020 3:00 PM

A museum, town hall, botanic garden, indigenous embassy, hospital parking, emergency accommodation, or all of the above? Readers share their ideas for the old Grafton gaol site.

Sky’s the limit for old gaol

A museum, town hall, botanic garden, indigenous embassy, hospital parking, emergency accommodation, or all of the above? Readers share their ideas for the old Grafton gaol site.

Published a story 4th Jun 2020 2:57 PM

Three words graffitied across a concrete post in Grafton are providing new discussions about racism in our own backyard.

Three words that resonate with the Clarence community

Three words graffitied across a concrete post in Grafton are providing new discussions about racism in our own backyard.

Published a story 4th Jun 2020 8:45 AM

Here's a list of everyone appearing in court today, Thursday, June 4

IN COURT: Six people facing Grafton court today

Here's a list of everyone appearing in court today, Thursday, June 4

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 7:04 AM

Here's a list of people appearing in court today, Tuesday, June 2

IN COURT: 28 people appearing in Grafton court

Here's a list of people appearing in court today, Tuesday, June 2

Published a story 1st Jun 2020 6:49 AM

IN COURT: 64 people appearing in Grafton court

May 2020

Published a story 29th May 2020 11:04 PM

TAVERN enjoys rip-roaring takeaway trade during lockdown, now preparing to open its doors again to patrons.

‘Our schnitzel night has gone off its head’

TAVERN enjoys rip-roaring takeaway trade during lockdown, now preparing to open its doors again to patrons.

Published a story 29th May 2020 10:02 PM

<strong>CLARENCE Valley Council general manager Ashley Lindsay revealed there will be job losses when Clarence Care and Support transfers to Wesley Mission.</strong>

Job cuts confirmed from sale of council care service

CLARENCE Valley Council general manager Ashley Lindsay revealed there will be job losses when Clarence Care and Support transfers to Wesley Mission.

Commented on a story 29th May 2020 11:06 AM

It’s clear coronavirus has exacerbated chronic problems within our education system. But will it change anything?

Time for teachers to resist their own toxic pandemic

"That’s disappointing to hear Queensland teachers are enduring similar circumstances. Teachers are the..."

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