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Thu 22 Feb 2018

Basins are holding back a deluge of floodwater

Basins are holding back a deluge of floodwater

Flood study for Coffs Creek catchment goes out for public review.

A plan to guide Woolgoolga's future

A plan to guide Woolgoolga's future

Making Woolgoolga a destination is the key focus of the long-awaited Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan adopted on Thursday night by Coffs Harbour City Council.

Clyburn takes early Bonville lead with course record

Clyburn takes early Bonville lead with course record

A BLEMISH free round of 67 from England's Holly Clyburn has seen her take the lead after the opening round of the Australian Ladies Classic - Bonville.

Could Coffs Harbour's beloved dolphins be headed to sea?

Could Coffs Harbour's beloved dolphins be headed to sea?

Settlement of a court proceeding against Dolphin Marine Magic will see a feasibility study conducted into a sea pen sanctuary for dolphins.

Police seize stolen heavy machinery and call for info

Police seize stolen heavy machinery and call for info

SES heavy vehicles worth more than $350,000 including a fuel tanker, boat and Nissan Navara have been stolen.

Free house to a good home

Free house to a good home

Faced with a quote of $20,000 to demolish his brick home, Corindi Beach local Mick Bray said, "I'd rather give it away”. And that's exactly what he's doing.

Protesters block off forest access for almost a fortnight

Protesters block off forest access for almost a fortnight

Locals have been attempting to prevent the logging of Gladstone State Forest near Bellingen with a blockade for just shy of a fortnight now.

Relief for students after HSC change

Relief for students after HSC change

HSC now within reach for all students after amendment has been made to requirements

Forestry head reveals key points of Coffs RFA forum

Forestry head reveals key points of Coffs RFA forum

Regional Forestry Agreements continue to spark debate state but NSW Department of Primary Industries spokesman Nick Milham confirms they will be renewed

School unveils unique new 'nature-based' playground

School unveils unique new 'nature-based' playground

ST Francis Xavier Woolgoolga has unveiled its brand new and rather unique playground, thanks to fundraising efforts of parents and a federal grant.

A chance to own one of the best views on the Coffs Coast

A chance to own one of the best views on the Coffs Coast

The Real Estate Property Guide is online now with this Diggers Beach home on the cover

Footpath rules changed to add to village ambiance

Footpath rules changed to add to village ambiance

Adding colour and character to the business areas of Urunga, Bellingen and Dorrigo is the aim of changed planning controls applying to foothpath space

Turn great ideas into great events with financial help

Turn great ideas into great events with financial help

First and second year community ventures with potential for iconic status could reach that level with help from the NSW Event Incubator Fund

Wed 21 Feb 2018

'Supernan' jumps from plane for landmark birthday

'Supernan' jumps from plane for landmark birthday

Una jumped from 9000 feet and had about 30 seconds of free fall before the parachute opened

New festival to show off new breed of local music talent

New festival to show off new breed of local music talent

COFFS Harbour will be stage to a new music festival to showcase new young local talent.

Search for missing Queensland swimmer suspended

Search for missing Queensland swimmer suspended

THE search has been suspended and police will continue to patrol the beach.

Coffs Tri almost at capacity

Coffs Tri almost at capacity

THE bcu Coffs TRI weekend is only 10 days away and numbers are already at record levels, with a flood of last minute entries expected over the next few days.

Assorted sporting stars swing by Bonville Golf Resort

Assorted sporting stars swing by Bonville Golf Resort

Deputy Premier John Barilaro teed off with Olympian Herb Elliott and iron men Guy Leech and Ky Hurst at the curtain-raiser to the big golf event at Bonville

Report says North Coast dairy farmers holding steady

Report says North Coast dairy farmers holding steady

Dairy Australia's latest situation report demonstrates how the reliance by North Coast milk suppliers on supplying domestic consumers maintains the status quo.

Electricity inquiry faces calls for lower charges

Electricity inquiry faces calls for lower charges

Both Labor's Adam Searle and NSW Energy Minister Don Harwin front the Legislative Council inquiry today seeking to lower electricity bills in the state

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