There’s plenty of room, and despite COVID-19 restrictions, a great day to be had at July carnival’s major day
Grey skies couldn't keep the crowd away at the Clarence River Jockey Club for the first of the two main days of the July Racing Carnival
Here’s what you need to know before you pack up the car and head off into the wilderness of our national parks
A family of four created their own adventure of a lifetime by floating 70km on a homemade pontoon.
LOCAL club putting on big days of racing headed by two industry experts for those who can’t make it trackside due to the COVID-19 crowd restrictions.
IT BROUGHT the rural village together like never before, but after three years Gulmarrad’s community campaign comes to a grinding halt.
News from Clarence Valley Schools up to week ending July 3.
IT’S rather trite to yell about what can and can’t be done about the loss of our venues, when we don’t support them like we used to.
Signs warning motorists of a known emu crossing have come under attack again, leaving locals shaking their head
Worked his only job at The Daily Examiner since 1995. Keen photographer, and trained classical pianist in very spare time.