Coffs residents have an inkling

COFFS Harbour residents have been doing their best to save the environment - one ink cartridge at a time.

Throughout December locals recycled 145 used printer, fax and copier cartridges in the 'Catridges for Planet Ark' recycling bins found in Australian Post stores.

Nationally, Australia Post collected a massive 33,883 items for recycling in December.

“Our customers show how much people want to do something for the environment,” Australian Post spokesperson Scott McIntyre said.

Cartridges deposited on the Coffs Coast will be processed by 'Close the Loop', a high-tech recycling company.




It's more than a game

It's more than a game

Forget summer, football season is here

Forget summer, football season is here

First round FFA Cup brings in a new season of the world game.

Sawtell in the pink

Sawtell in the pink

Sawtell holding Pink Stumps day in support of McGrath Foundation.

Sneaking suspicion of an upset at Coffs

Sneaking suspicion of an upset at Coffs

Club championships at Coffs Harbour Golf Club start today.

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