Glass in bottles leads to popular wine recall

WINE RECALL: A range of Warburn Estate wines have been recalled after a packaging fault.

More than a dozen varieties of wines recalled

Help protect our waters from contagious disease

KEEP IT CLEAN: Anglers are encouraged to keep their fishing gear, boat and trailer clean to prevent the spread of white spot disease.

Anglers are reminded to keep NSW free of white spot disease

Give a Salute to this new Jetty cafe

PIPING HOT: Kathleen Korn, with Banks and York, grabbed a cool beverage at Salute Espresso's new shop on the Jetty Foreshore.

Reader voted best cafe opens another shop in Coffs

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Halls are decked with decorations

IT'S Christmas time at Goodstart Toormina and the fairies and elves have visited the centre and decked it out for the festive season.

Time to get lit this Christmas

BRIGHT: Christmas lights on the Coffs Coast.

Where are the best Christmas lights on the Coffs Coast?

Ladies leading the way in festivities

Brittany Lee, Shekinah Catliffe, Jan Harrison, Cathy Ellem, Sheryl Black, Cheryl Cooper, Ros Gardner and Deb Leaney.

Gearing up for the Coffs Coast Carols.

'Amazing' generosity gives hope to family of six

WHEEL OF FORTUNE: It's a joyous time for the Harding family, who were given a specially fit-out car from Toyota Lismore.

"We are blown away completely by this amazing thing they've done"

EVICTED: Small businesses told to find new homes

There is some concern after Nortec announced it was ending its Small Business Incubator Program.

"We've been literally thrown out of our little nest”

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Jack lends his support to the Coffs Coast Carols

AUSTRALIAN star of the stage and screen Jack Thompson will make a special guest appearance at this year's Coffs Coast Carols.

Illuminating art show to amaze Coffs

ART IN LIGHTS: Renowned sand painting artist John Thiering, digital artist  Di James, Light Box Festival Director Dave Horseley and street artist Ash Johnston.

SWIFF Light Box offers visual spectacular.

An introduction to the film festival

Local star returns to kick-off Coffs 2018 film festival.

KICK start SWIFF with a home-grown comedy from a former local.

Screenwave returns with special gala night

Don't miss the preview gala night for SWIFF 2018.

Don't miss the gala event for SWIFF 2018.

Ideas people in agriculture eligible for larger grants

MOOVE ON: Agriculturalists with big ideas have until December 21 to apply for substantial grants.

Hartsuyker says there's big money to reward big farming ideas

What's your business New Year resolution?

NEW YEAR: Making resolutions for better business strategies should be made before 2018 arrives.

Business owners should make good resolutions for the New Year

Work-life imbalance puts strain on kids

Finding that work, parenting, life balance is important for children.

Children's mental health at risk, a new study has found.

New business adds icing to Coffs economy

GOING SWEETLY: Sugar Plum's Emily Crawford and Amanda Schenk have been going flat out since opening last week.

A new cake shop has opened its doors

Using a home loan for debt consolidation

LOANS ADVICE: Consolidating debts into a smaller package will help pay off a loan earlier.

Consolidating debts into a one package can pay off loans faster

Cladding fire danger means new regulation

FIRE SAFE: Cladding products sold in NSW are heading towards more stringent regulations to ensure safety.

Combustible cladding in sights of regulators with new rules coming

CHDCA Cricket

GOT HIM: The bails fly as Diggers bowler Glen Kesby gets one past the defence of Andrew Budd from Nana Glen. Fitzroy Oval/Old Camp CHDCA cricket 9 December 2017

Diggers and Nana Glen met in a CHDCA first grade cricket match at the Fitzroy...

Plan B Regional Big Bash

The Coffs Coast Chargers claimed a 23-run win over the Macquarie Coast Stingers in today's Plan B Regional Big Bash match in Coffs Harbour.

The Coffs Coast Chargers claimed a 23-run win over the Macquarie Coast Stingers in...

Plan B Regional Big Bash

The Northern Rivers Rock claimed a 73-run win over the Northern Inland Bolters in today's Plan B Regional Big Bash in Coffs Harbour.

Northern Rivers Rock recorded a 73-run win over the Northern Inland Bolters in the...

Ladies Golf classic

Australian Ladies Classic Golf to played at Bonville golf Club.. 11 DEC 2017

Australian Ladies golf Classic coming to Bonville Golf Club

The #metoo movement

As the victims & voices behind the #MeToo movement are named TIME's "Person Of The...

Luke Hartsuyker speaks on same-sex marriage

Shadow regional communications minister Luke Hartsuyker listens during House of Representatives question time at Parliament House Canberra, Wednesday, June 15, 2011.  (AAP Image/Alan Porritt)  NO ARCHIVING

Cowper MP Luke Hartsuyker speaks in Parliament during the debate on same-sex...

Nice day for a 'wild' wedding

The grooms sister gave birth, another ambulance emergency occurred and a groomsmen dropped a bridesmaid on the dance floor - what a wedding!

Even the animals were included in this sale

Lillydale - 821 Upper Logan Rd, Mount Barney. Picture:

GEESE, ducks, linen and even cutlery were all included

No driver, no brakes: All aboard bus of the future

An Easy Mile EZ10 electric, driverless shuttle bus makes its maiden voyage along The Esplanade in Mooloolaba.

Coast demonstration: $320k shuttle carries 14 people, reaches 45kmh

Latest Jeep Compass misses key safety tech

The new Jeep Compass has been launched.

Safety equipment missing on new compact Jeep model.

Is political correctness less important with age?

FULL ON: Comic genius Jerry Seinfeld is never described as politically correct.

The trend is for Aussies over 50 to rage at political correctness

Prove to the world you ain't no witch

IT'S WITCHERY: Oudewater's historic weighhouse where you get a certificate proving you are not a witch.

To prove you aren't guilty of witchcraft head to The Netherlands

Teen struts the catwalk to Sydney success

Brooke Mackrill placed second runner up overall at the Miss Continents Pageant of Australia, as well as winning Miss Photogenic.

Second runner-up overall and Miss Photogenic title winner

FIRST LOOK: Plans revealed for INXS museum at Ballina

THE ultra-modern building has been labelled a potential "game changer" for the region, and business leaders have been given a sneak peek of the plans.

‘Lindsay Lohan chased us’: Paris Hilton explains iconic photo

Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton pictured on a night out together in Los Angeles in November, 2006. Picture: X17/BackGrid

Lindsay Lohan wasn’t even supposed to be there.

Meet the comedian who exposed Louis C.K. long ago

Comedian Louis C.K. admitted sexual misconduct

She knew about his sexual misconduct for years before the public.

Radio host’s joke earns her death threats

Ash London has been hit with death threats from One Direction fans

Host sparked the ire of thousands of teenagers

premium_icon SEQ town growing so fast, it needs a school 14 years early

Residents say they were drawn to Yarrabilba because of the affordable new houses and big yards. Picture: Liam Kidston.

Mr Power said the high school would cost $60 million

Is buying a new home your New Year's resolution?

This home is due to be sold in January

When buying off-the-plan goes wrong

Leon Sidik is unhappy with his off-the-plan townhouse. Picture: Channel 9

What happens when buying off-the-plan doesn’t go according to plan?

Aussie has the world’s best job

Wouldn’t mind staying in a house like this for a while! Sherbet Birdie photography

Sorelle Amore’s ultimate goal seemed outrageous

POLLIE TICKLED: No job? We can fix that

A whole new method of job-hunting on offer.

Get back on the job train with these top tips

Calls for job seekers ramp up ahead of employment boom

Nambucca Heads to Urunga Pacific Highway Upgrade, Lend Lease. Lend Lease has taken on seven YR11 trainees on the Nambucca Heads to Urunga Pacific Highway Upgrade via Youth Directions.
Photo: Rob Wright / The Coffs Coast Advocate

The RMS are expected to employ up to 1,000 people by early next year

Rail squabble over 900 Queensland jobs

New Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch. Picture: Wesley Monts

Mayor says 'a lot of zero sum thinking going on'.

Toowoomba rates highly for jobs and housing

Geraint Hudson has moved to Toowoomba from Sydney and says his family have loved living there.

Jobless? you might be living in the wrong place

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Biggest changes to car rules in 30 years

Mega-dollar supercars such as the left-hand-drive only Bugatti Chiron are one step closer to getting approval for Australian roads. Picture: Supplied.

Huge fines for dealers and sellers if safety recall work not done

Injured biker's battle after crash with SUV

The collision happened on a road near this one outside Quilpie in Queensland's southwest.

Who had right of way on narrow outback bitumen strip?

ROAD TEST: Subaru Levorg GT Deserving of love

The Subaru Levorg GT.

Romance is almost dead for anything but an SUV or a ute.

Going green leads Jaguar to offer a 'four-pot' sports car

Jaguar has released a cut price version of the F-Type, but it has a lengthy and expensive options list. Picture: Supplied.

Same shape, but F-Type gains a four-cylinder engine.

Exclusive $400,000 Audi R8 has power of 10

Audi has announced the production of an exclusive, limited edition R8 V10 plus Neuburg Edition specifically developed for the Australian market.

Special edition supercars coming Down Under.

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