The sign may say ?No Swimming. No Fishing?, but as it is tucked away under a tree, the Orara River swimming hole at the end of
The sign may say ?No Swimming. No Fishing?, but as it is tucked away under a tree, the Orara River swimming hole at the end of

Frightening test results



CRAIG Lamberton met with residents of Coramba last night to find the quickest, least disruptive means of remediation for the identified benzene contamination sites.

The director of specialised reguations (contaminated sites) for the Department of Environment and Conservation said DEC were hoping to resolve the issue shortly.

"We regulate where (the contamination) poses a significant risk of harm," Mr Lamberton said.

"Broadly speaking, the properties where it flows under has between seven to 14 metres of clay between the contamination and the surface."

"Our focus will be on where it is exposed."

He said there were several options to consider.



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Last shout-out to Coffs kids

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Entries for Saturday's bcu Coffs Kids TRI close on Tuesday.

Army Thunder dig deep for charity match win

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Thunder forced into finding something special in charity match.

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