Great white sharks enter Coffs Coast waters

TWO great white sharks were spotted off Boambee beach this morning a day after the attack in Ballina.

One, two, catch Pikachu

ON THE HUNT: Guests at North Coast Holiday Parks Red Rock can join in the Pokémon Safari during the school holidays.

Avid Pokémon hunters will be at Red Rock over the long weekend.

Sixers bringing the big hits to Coffs

Australian spinner Stephen O'Keefe will be part of the Sydney Sixers team which will be playing in Coffs Harbour on December 16.

Sydney Sixers to play Big Bash warm-up match in Coffs Harbour

Drilling down to the next stage of the Coffs Harbour bypass

The bypass would be four lanes.

Drilling starts on the Coffs Harbour bypass

Festival draws in record crowd with its multicultural flavour

Sydney bhangra dance troupe Rhythm of Bhangra flashed its colours at the Woolgoolga Curryfest on Saturday, September 24.

Curryfest attracts largest crowd yet as thousands get taste of India

Boardwalk fix a step closer to completion

ALMOST THERE: Coffs Harbour International Marina manager Elise Currey is hopeful the boardwalk to Muttonbird Island will finish in time for the Christmas holidays.

After months of delays a finish date for the marina boardwalk nears

Major congestion on Pacific Hwy marks start to holidays

Heavy traffic marks the start of school holidays

Coffs population to grow 30% by 2036

POPULATION GROWTH: It is forecast the Coffs Harbour population will grow by more than 30% by 2036.

Coffs Harbour population to grow by almost a third

Buskers are back and set to entertain

The Blackstreet Boys performing at the Club Coffs Buskers Village. 27 September 2014 Photo Gemima Harvey/ Coffs Coast Advocate

Catch the action of the Coffs Harbour International Buskers Festival

Coffs region is hot property

The region’s housing market is looking up, with projects on the radar in Tannum Sands and Boyne Island.

Units and houses are both pulling strong returns for Coffs

Talk of revolt as fishers drown in bureaucracy

The fishing industry says NSW's already diminutive domestic seafood intake is about to drop even further.

Imported muck on menu as NSW fishers forced from jobs

Bald-faced banana benders eye NSW businesses

QUEENSLAND CALLING: They want NSW businesses to move up north.

Queensland Premier launches shameless plan to steal NSW businesses

Underpaid blueberry pickers forced to work 36 days straight

Blueberry farm

WORKERS on a Coffs Coast farm were forced to work 36 days straight

Woolworths' "sneaky" reaction to people buying other milk

Woolworths is accused of being "sneaky" for selling its own range of "Farmers' Own Milk" to make money off shoppers who are opting not to buy Woolworths' brand of milk.

The product’s label shows it is actually produced by Woolworths.

Tips to shorten your cash cycle

STAYING AFLOAT: Proactive measures can help your business’s ability to grow during prosperous times and difficult ones.

Tips to shorten your cash cycle

Social responsibility is smart business

GIVING BACK: Providing scholarships is one example of corporate social responsibility.

Social responsibility is smart business

Oil prices up as Saudis move

Oil staged a minor rally on hopes of a Saudi-led accord

Ian Macfarlane gets $500,000 boost to income

Ian Macfarlane will reportedly pocked $500,000 a year for his job as chief executive officer of the Queensland Resources Council.

Appointment comes after a rocky period for the former minister

Brisbane, Gold Coast airports hit by Border Force strikes

Extensive rolling stoppages to start today

Death to the 9 to 5 work day

The 9-to-5 schedule doesn't conform to most people's lives or workflows.

She gets to work whenever she wants and leaves whenever she wants

Vodafone customers left without services after outage

The outage was due to a 'router issue'

CHOICE welcomes ACCC probe into fake online reviews

A credit card is held in front an online shopping site in Melbourne, Friday, Sept. 20, 2013. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING

Fake online reviews the target of ACCC probe

LETTER: Is this really the most pressing issue?

Proponents for these changes are arguing "free speech”

LETTER: 80% of us believe this even though it's false

Silverdale Eggs, Calliope. The only RSPCA Free range egg producer in Queensland.

How can this urban myth be so firmly ingrained in our beliefs?

'Don't wear your hijab in public': reader

RELIGION DEBATE: Taking off the hijab would prevent Muslim women from becoming targets, one reader says.

I refer to a Bundaberg Muslim woman

OPINION: Kid burnout makes no sense

Riley Dobson does a burnout at the property of his family in Thagoona.Photo: Contributed

SHOULD Alex Dobson have let his son do a burnout?

OPINION: Could you go two weeks without Facebook?

So much social media out there. At what age should our kids be allowed to get involved?

Chronicle journalist shares tips to find balance in digital world.

'There was a time when we were ashamed of our White Australia Policy'

HEAD IN THE SAND: A new poll suggests half of Australians support banning Muslim immigration.

Are we on the road back to a racially divisive migration policy?

TUES Sept 27: Kick the Kilos leaderboard

They've been lagging behind for the past week, but Tweed - while still in last place on the KM leaderboard - has doubled their total overnight.

Woman held up at knifepoint; man arrested and charged

Man charged following an alleged armed robbery in Lismore

Local league flier swoops on NRL opportunity

BURSTING THROUGH BARRIERS: Lower Clarence Magpies fullback Daine Laurie has opened up a pathway to the top echelon of Australian rugby league earning a contract with the Penrith Panthers Under 20s side.

Magpies' rising star Daine Laurie to link up with Panthers U20s.

MON Sep 26: Kick the kilos leaderboard

The Silhouette of Tweed Heads Local David Tease on the Duranbah Head land after a early morning run up and down the Look out steps to Duranbah beach.

ALL groups are stacking on the kilometres and kicking the kilos.

How this Baza bird survived being hit by a car

RECOVERING: WIRES rescued a Pacific Baza hit by a car.

The Pacific Baza suffered a head injury and heavy concussion

3rd time lucky: Cancer survivor joins lighthouse run

Cancer survivor Deb Turnbull, the owner of Summit Day Spa in Goonellabah, is excited to participate in this year's Byron Lighthouse Run.

Goonellabah business owner, Deb Turnbull, is "ready" to do the walk

Our young Attenborough scoops documentary awards

Knockrow wildlife documentary maker Marli Lopez-Hope during filming for The Great Forest

"The subject has created a lot of talk, which is what we wanted."

Elderly couple killed in horror highway head-on collision

TRAGIC SCENE: Two people have died in a head-on collision between a truck and a car on the Gwydir Highway at Waterview Heights.

Victims are yet to be formally identified

Woman goes full Aussie with hammer after being locked out

The funniest Australian video ever?

This really takes the cake. (Language warning)

Toddler airlifted after 'near-fatal' taipan bite

A Coastal Taipan ready to strike, as seen in this segment from the Discovery channel.

TODDLER in 'critical condition' after venomous snake bite.

Gunman on the run after shopping centre shooting

A GUNMAN remains at large after a shooting at a shopping centre

Travelling somewhere? You need to read this.

An Australian Border Force badge is seen as approximately 275 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine is displayed at the Australian Federal Police offices in Melbourne, Monday, July, 4, 2016. A Victoria Joint Organised Crime Task Force (JOCTF) seized the methamphetamine with a street value of $275 million after identifying the syndicate in February, arresting one Malaysian and seven Australians. This is the biggest seizure in Victoria this year. (AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy) NO ARCHIVING

Airports and cruise ship terminals will both be affected by a strike

More pain for flooded Forbes as central NSW swamped

SWAMPED: An aerial view of Forbes.

Central Western NSW has faced major flooding over the past week

NBN: 'Expensive and slow' or raging success?

SPRUIKING: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull takes advantage of an NBN picture opportunity in the Sydney suburb of Smeaton Grange yesterday.

Raging success or dismal failure, is the NBN Turnbull's legacy?

Man vs Magpie: A Roma survival story

Magpie attack.

Magpie season is upon us and we are looking for the hot spots.

10.5m long snake found on construction site

Workers have found a giant snake measuring 10.5 metres long

IS setting up base in Philippines

Australian Secret Intelligence Service Director General Nick Warner speaking at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Canberra, Thursday, July 19, 2012. It is the first public address by an ASIS Diector General in the organisations 60 year history. (AAP Image/Alan Porritt) NO ARCHIVING

ASIS is warning extrmism in South-East Asia is a growing concern

Gun attack puts Sweden on edge

Police examine the scene of a shooting in southern Malmo, Sweden, Sunday Sept. 25, 2016. Swedish police say four people have been wounded in a shooting in Malmo, after gunmen on motor scooters opened fire Sunday evening on a car they had been chasing through a neighborhood. (Emil Langvad/TT via AP)

Two attacks in Swden have the nation on high alert

Harambe is not a patronus, sadly

Harambe is not a Patronus, JK Rowling has been forced to clarify

Need help deciding? See our top 10 old-fashioned baby names

Our top 10 old-fashioned baby names.

Are you having trouble choosing a baby name?

Baby born on the side of road en route to hospital

Emergency Services, Ambulance, QAS,  Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

A CQ newborn couldn't wait for mum to arrive at hospital

Dutch tourist advertising for Aussie man to marry

LOVE WANTED: Dutch traveller Kate, who lives at Woolgoolga, is looking for the man of her dreams.

Attention all single men 20 to 27

Hilarious obituary marks man leaving "rickety old body"

Wayne and his "favourite son Buddy".

This obituary will make you cry - tears of laughter.

Couple build their own 'tiny house' for $45k

Holly Bowen and Oli Bucher built their "tiny house" themselves, only hiring a plumber and an electrician. Photo/supplied

The house, which is built on a trailer and can be towed.

'Baby' recreates famous Nirvana cover shot 25 years later

The baby from Nevermind album has recreated the iconic cover shot.

PREVIEW: Luke Cage origin story is a strong addition to MCU

Mike Colter in a scene from the TV series Marvel's Luke Cage.

MIKE Colter stars as latest Marvel superhero to get his own series.

Kate goes down fighting in heated Survivor elimination

Australian Survivor contestant Kate Campbell.

YOGA teacher's 'good guys' alliance fails to get off the ground.

Emily Blunt's (almost) singing career

Emily Blunt nearly became the British Britney Spears.

Angelina is blocking calls from Brad Pritt

Angelina Jolie has reportedly blocked Brad Pitt's number.

Apocalyptica 'seek and destroy' sceptics with 'master' set

Apocalyptica play Max Watts in Brisbane on their Shadowmaker Tour.

Review of final show of Apocalyptica's tour