July 2015

Published a story 27th Jul 2015 6:54 AM

AS PART of the Centenary of Rail Festival in August, Coffs Harbour will welcome some spectacular examples of the steam engine.

Rail Festival building up a head of steam

AS PART of the Centenary of Rail Festival in August, Coffs Harbour will welcome some spectacular examples of the steam engine.

Published a story 21st Jul 2015 3:42 PM

A PATHWAY connecting the South Wall with Gallows Beach – the joint project of two Coffs Harbour Rotary clubs – will be dedicated to the late Wayne Glenn.

Picturesque walking path honours 'community-minded' Wayne

A PATHWAY connecting the South Wall with Gallows Beach – the joint project of two Coffs Harbour Rotary clubs – will be dedicated to the late Wayne Glenn.

Published a story 18th Jul 2015 12:30 AM

DAIRY farmers and processors are the focus of two projects announced by the Minister for Primary Industries, Niall Blair, while on a tour of Norco.

Innovation projects announced in dairy industry

DAIRY farmers and processors are the focus of two projects announced by the Minister for Primary Industries, Niall Blair, while on a tour of Norco.

Published a story 13th Jul 2015 2:16 PM

MOTHER of four Reverend Marion Tanfield, who works as a chaplain at Bishop Druitt College, got the grim diagnosis just last month.

Magnolia a symbol of strength in hope for BDC Reverend

MOTHER of four Reverend Marion Tanfield, who works as a chaplain at Bishop Druitt College, got the grim diagnosis just last month.

Published a story 10th Jul 2015 6:43 AM

LEARN more about the principle of ‘heartfulness’ at a free talk by a visiting GP who integrates both Eastern and Western medicine.

The pursuit of heartfulness

LEARN more about the principle of ‘heartfulness’ at a free talk by a visiting GP who integrates both Eastern and Western medicine.

Published a story 4th Jul 2015 7:03 AM

IT WAS a warmly welcomed full house at Reap fundraiser For the Love of Food.

Reap working to feed the starving and cut waste

IT WAS a warmly welcomed full house at Reap fundraiser For the Love of Food.

Published a story 3rd Jul 2015 4:59 PM

THE Coffs Harbour slipway was closed due to contamination from an anti-foulant last August and a remediation action plan is under review by the EPA.

Fisho’s given the slip

THE Coffs Harbour slipway was closed due to contamination from an anti-foulant last August and a remediation action plan is under review by the EPA.

Published a story 1st Jul 2015 5:07 AM

IT’S a wall built on a million dollar view, the preferred option that has been floated for the upgraded Coffs Harbour north wall.

Finalising the North Wall design

IT’S a wall built on a million dollar view, the preferred option that has been floated for the upgraded Coffs Harbour north wall.

June 2015

Published a story 23rd Jun 2015 12:59 PM

YOU never know what you’ll score at Hec Goodall’s garage sale in support of the Australian Institute of Marine Rescues.

Garage sale to support marine species

YOU never know what you’ll score at Hec Goodall’s garage sale in support of the Australian Institute of Marine Rescues.

Published a story 23rd Jun 2015 12:22 PM

Bellingen resident Cass Sutton is heading to Cambodia next month to volunteer with the Buddhist Library’s Cambodia project.

Cambodia calling for caring Cass

Bellingen resident Cass Sutton is heading to Cambodia next month to volunteer with the Buddhist Library’s Cambodia project.

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