News

Four injured in stable condition

Four people were hospitalized following a high speed head on crash that occurred just before 11pm on Short Cut Road
Four people were hospitalized following a high speed head on crash that occurred just before 11pm on Short Cut Road Frank Redward

UPDATE: FOUR people remain in Coffs Harbour Hospital following a two-car collision at Raleigh around 10.50pm on Friday.

There was an improvement overnight in the condition of the 17-year-old youth who was first admitted in a serious condition with severe internal injuries and he is now listed as in a stable condition.

The other three victims of the incident are also reported as stable.

Police traffic investigators are continuing to sift through details of the crash which involved two identical maroon Subaru Forrester vehicles approaching from opposite directions.

The collision occurred on a notorious stretch near the intersection of Acacia Drive and Short Cut Road.

Topics:  p-plater, subaru



Join the Community.

Get your local news, your way.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Justice denied for Bowraville families

Protestors are demanding justice for the families of three children murdered at Bowraville in 1991-92.

Victims' families are rallying for double jeopardy reform.

Vandals strike at Dolphin Marine Magic ahead of protest

Vandals have smashed windows and graffitied Dolphin Marine Magic overnight.

Dolphin Marine Magic vandalism attack ahead of a protest

ABS data reveals regional job woes

JOB DROUGHT: New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveal there are fewer full-time job opportunities in regional NSW.

ABS data reveals fewer than 5000 full-time regional NSW created

Latest deals and offers


Korora property provides the resort lifestyle

Live the resort lifestyle at Korora

Like to live in your own resort?

Renting harder in Coffs than Sydney

HIGH DEMAND: Coffs Harbour rental properties are in higher demand than in Sydney.

Coffs Harbour’s rental vacancy rate at lowest level in eight years

How a sacked real estate agent made $725k in four months

Agent is now under investigation by the industry watchdog