WITH the success of Eat Street Woolgoolga last weekend, organisers were thrilled to present the local surf lifesaving club with a donation from the night.
Responding to calls from the NSW Teachers Federation the TAFE Minister Adam Marshall said more than 200 teaching staff will be appointed across the state
School holiday cabin fever? Well here's some school holiday rainy day options.
PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has admitted it was a mistake not to launch a Royal Commission into banks years ago and flagged further reforms.
What's got the Coffs Coast talking?
AT the end of the month Channel 7's popular lifestyle television show Better Homes and Gardens will be showing off the beauty of the Coffs Coast to its viewers.
CHECK out the weekend scores and find out what sports editor Brad Greenshields thought was good, bad and ugly in Coffs Coast sport this weekend.
COFFS Harbour's Ky Kinsela was part of an emotional victory in the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships.
Tourism ventures from Tweed Heads to Hawkes Nest and out to Lord Howe Island will gather at Opal Cove Resort on July 25 for the annual awards night
A profile of local business success stories.
As Kenseikan Hanshi Mark Passmore casts his eye over his champion karate students who've returned triumphantly from Portugal, his pride is obvious.
INJURIES to key personnel across the Grafton Ghosts' first grade side has opened the door for a crop of fresh faces to play against Macksville on Sunday.
A LIGHTNING storm over Coffs Harbour in the early hours of the morning put on a stunning light show for those few who were awake at the time.
Jetty Village Shopping Centre will be transformed by developers
EXCLUSIVE: If there's no bypass funds in the forward estimates of the next federal budget on May 8, Labor will be putting our local politicians under the pump.
IT'S been a day of political back and forth in Coffs Harbour with the Coffs Coast's two political leaders hitting back at claims from Labor's Anthony Albanese.
REX Holloway has been donating blood for more than 50 years and he is not stopping any time soon.
Coffs Harbour hasn't won at McKittrick Park for a few years but that isn't what's making tomorrow's match against South Grafton such a difficult assignment.
BOTH the SCU Marlins and Port Pirates meet in an encounter that has suddenly become very important despite it being so early in the season.
Not the best of starts for Northern Storm this season, but coach Jade Porter sees scope for improvement.