Resident fights to change the fate of obsolete visitor centre

FATE DECIDER: Bellingen Shire Councillors will vote on the future of the Urunga Visitor Centre's future at tomorrow's council meeting.

Residents want to move "obsolete” visitor information centre

Glenreagh will turn into timber town

WOOD'S GOOD: Chris Hanson, president of the Glenreagh Timber Festival is getting ready another big day this Saturday.

More than 3000 expected for annual family day

Calls to stop logging to protect koala population decimation

AT RISK: Environmentalists are calling for the immediate halt to logging operations to protect koalas.

Politicians call for immediate logging stop to save koalas

Cat survives after it causes a two car crash

CAT-ASTROPHE: A cat caused a car crash at Sawtell on Saturday night.

Cat lucky to escape with all of its lives after it causes crash

Group hug as council funds flow

GROUP CELEBRATION: A total of 11 local groups are sharing $35,000 in arts and cultural grants from the council's arts and cultural development grants program.

Cultural grants help events

Lost in Paris to open French film festival

ON SCREEN: An eclectic program of 15 films at Screenwave's Vive la France! French Film Festival.

FANCY a French fizz in your step? A dose of cinematic champagne?

How can a business function without safe parking?

Current car parking arrangement

How can a business function without adequate safe parking

Time for an Australian Republic

Queen Elizabeth II.

You can still love the Queen while being a Republic

Easter speaks to me of how noble values can progress and heal us

Our values profoundly influence and enter the minutiae of our lives

Easter speaks to me of how noble values can progress and heal us


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Local author's book is published

A recently released biography from local author Spencer Bruskin

Local author's book is published

Clearing up “fake news” on every front

Discerning what is true or false

Honesty is actually linked to better health

NCF - Tigers v Lions

Nick Mallett scores a great goal for the Coffs United Lions past the desperate dive of Coffs Coast Tigers goalkeeper Jake Tarrant. soccer North Coast Football 23 July 2017 Polwarth Drive

Coffs Coast Tigers opened the scoring at Polwarth Drive but the Coffs United Lions...

MNC Rugby - Snappers v Marlins

SCU Marlins scrum half Brendon Bright hangs on with all of his might while tackling Coffs Snappers lock Joe de Dassel. MNC Rugby union Rugby Park 22 July 2017

The Coffs Snappers held on for a thrilling 24-21 local derby win against the SCU...

Group 2 - Comets v Axemen

Nathan Curry on the attack for the Coffs Harbour Comets against the Orara Valley Axemen. Group 2 rugby league 22 July 2017 Geoff King Motors Park

The Coffs Harbour Comets retained the Ken Orr Memorial Shield after beating the...

AFL - Breakers v Tigers

Royce Close tries to drive through some heavy traffic for the Coffs Breakers against the Grafton Tigers. AFL North Coast 22 July 2017 Coffs Coast Sport & Leisure Park

The Coffs Breakers maintained their hold on top spot on the AFL North Coast ladder...

Buckley Shield RL game

Toormina High defeat Cessnock high in their Buckley Shield match at Rex Hardaker Oval.. 21 July 2017

Toormina High defeats Cessnock's River View High in Buckley Shield rugby league...

University Shield Rugby League game

Toormina High defeat Cessnock high in their Buckley Shield match at Rex Hardaker Oval.. 21 July 2017

Toormina High School beaten on the bell by Taree in University Shield rugby league...

Remembering Merv Rose

Tennis legend Merv Rose still resides in Coffs Harbour, his place of birth.

1930 to 2017.

Curryfest Bhangra dancing

Get set for lots of Bhangra dancing this year at Curryfest.

What makes a psychopath?

An insight to the mind of a psychopath.