Georja Ryan

Georja Ryan
  • Joined: Sep 2012
  • published: 589

Published a story 8:31am Oct 17th

Editorial - Friday, October 17: More options for women

17 Oct 2014

I CAN'T help but applaud companies like Apple and Facebook for providing their female employees with the ‘egg-freezing’ option.

Published a story 5:04am Oct 9th

ANOTHER stash of toxic paint tins has been found washed up on the banks of the Clarence River, bringing the tally to three mass discoveries in five months.

Third stash of toxic paint tins found on riverbank

9 Oct 2014

ANOTHER stash of toxic paint tins has been found washed up on the banks of the Clarence River, bringing the tally to three mass discoveries in five months.

Published a story 6:24am Sep 30th

TEN seconds after I walked into the room, he was already singing a song about me.

Country music all the way

30 Sep 2014

TEN seconds after I walked into the room, he was already singing a song about me.

Published a story 6:04am Sep 29th

TIME is ticking away slowly, but Pipers Glen Estate developers are eager to get started on the $7 million housing development at Maclean once the council gives the tick of approval.

New estate buyers ahead of approval

29 Sep 2014

TIME is ticking away slowly, but Pipers Glen Estate developers are eager to get started on the $7 million housing development at Maclean once the council gives the tick of approval.

Published a story 10:20am Sep 27th

SOMETIMES it’s the hardest roads that lead us to the biggest successes.

New venture puts smile on Jane’s face

26 Sep 2014

SOMETIMES it’s the hardest roads that lead us to the biggest successes.

Published a story 6:01am Sep 26th

CAMOUFLAGED, movement-sensitive, infra-red security cameras are being set up at a number of known illegal dumping spots across the Clarence Valley.

Infra-red cameras a weapon to catch polluters

26 Sep 2014

CAMOUFLAGED, movement-sensitive, infra-red security cameras are being set up at a number of known illegal dumping spots across the Clarence Valley.

Published a story 6:15am Sep 24th

IN A win for people power, the NSW Education Department has met a very vocal Grafton community halfway, but locals have one more request.

Pecan reprieve proves popular

24 Sep 2014

IN A win for people power, the NSW Education Department has met a very vocal Grafton community halfway, but locals have one more request.

Published a story 5:33am Sep 23rd

A SPONTANEOUS visit to Angourie and the quest for a loaf of bread and milk is where the story of RiverScape begins.

Dream home on the banks of the Clarence

23 Sep 2014

A SPONTANEOUS visit to Angourie and the quest for a loaf of bread and milk is where the story of RiverScape begins.

Published a story 5:34am Sep 22nd

IT MAY just be baby steps, but Lyndall Delves knows she has to start somewhere.

Mother facing hidden disabilities

22 Sep 2014

IT MAY just be baby steps, but Lyndall Delves knows she has to start somewhere.

Published a story 10:33pm Sep 16th

A MAN from the Brisbane suburb of Inala appeared in Grafton Local Court yesterday after police allegedly found $500,000 worth of the drug ice.

Bail refused in ‘ice’ case

17 Sep 2014

A MAN from the Brisbane suburb of Inala appeared in Grafton Local Court yesterday after police allegedly found $500,000 worth of the drug ice.

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