THE cock bird of a new species of parrot, the jacatoo, will make its first appearance in public today.
AFTER 31 days on the wagon it’s almost back to normal for Yamba’s Ian McKay.
FOR THE first time in memory of its political representatives the Clarence Valley unemployment rate has fallen below the national average.
TWO Grafton women on a mission to boost palliative care at the local hospital have begun distributing the latest fruits of the labours.
FORMER Clarence Valley Anglican School student Claudia Vicary has taken her talents to the world stage in South Africa.
TWO Jacaranda Queens, 60 years apart in crowning, have a lot more in common than the casual observer might think.
A NATIONAL body advocating awareness of the “invisible disability” foetal alcohol syndrome has offered to bring its services to the Clarence Valley.
FOR the first time since June 2012, the Clarence Valley can dream about getting a PCYC.
THE chance to create art with a martial theme has been a boon for a couple of creative mates
BILL Schipp is as good an expert on the Clarence Valley Country Muster at Calliope as anyone.