Students are coining it in

STUDENTS at Nambucca Heads Primary School have started a coin-line to aid the Victorian Fire Appeal.

By yesterday morning, more than $400 had been donated by students, families, Parents and Citizen Association and school staff.

The school is planning to continue its coin line donation on Friday (February 13). Everyone is welcome to come in and donate to the appeal.

The school is well on the way to raising its target of $1000.

  • EMERGENCY crews on the North Coast are doing their bit to help their colleagues at the Victorian fire tragedy.

Forests NSW personnel from Grafton and Dorrigo were deployed on Sunday as part of a Department of Primary Industries response to the disaster. The Rural Fire Service on the Mid North Coast had compiled a list of personnel who were on standby ready to go if and when they were needed, according to Inspector Ron Collingridge.

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Axemen start season with bang in 9s

The Hoey Moey Tooheys Coffs Coast 9s final at Geoff King Motors Park was played between Group 2 rivals the Coffs Harbour Comets and the Orara Valley Axemen who won 12-10. Nines rugby league 17 February 2018 Photo: Brad Greenshields/Coffs Coast Advocate

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