New arrivals are made welcome

MORE than 50 new families to Coffs Harbour were made welcome at a new residents' social gathering at the Pet Porpoise Pool on Wednesday evening.

The event saw families from all over the world including England, South Africa, Canada and Holland mixing and talking about their new home.

The fifth event of its kind in as many years was organised by Coffs Harbour City Council in conjunction with the Coffs Coast Advocate, BCU and the Employment Training Centre.

Burglar wakes Summit couple

COUPLE woken in early hours when they saw a man leave their bedroom.

Car destroyed after it was left on roadside engulfed in fire

CAR FIRE: Firefighters from Sawtell were called to a burning Ford Falcon left on the side of Hulberts Rd, Sawtell on Sunday, February 18, 2018.

WATCH: Firefighters tackle car blaze late last night

Rubbish truck's load catches alight

A J.R. Richards and Sons rubbish truck container caught alight on the Pacific Highway.

Fire in skip bin causes traffic hold ups

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