"THE construction of the bridge has resulted in the complete loss of a sheltered boat ramp and the adjacent park.”
"Removing the fees for footpath trading and advertising gives businesses the opportunity to get out of their shops and engage customers directly.”
Relaxing rules and cutting fees for street trading is music to the ears of Low Pressure Surf Co owner Noel Smith who has been pushing for the idea for years
A teachers union says government cuts Tafe have cut so deep teachers have been forced to bring their own toilet paper to work.
Installing traffic lights is a better option for controversial intersection than a roundabout or other options a report has found.
Clarence Valley business calls for cuts to red tape may have found a willing ear on council as report looks for ways to make doing business easier.
The family of a South Grafton woman who was blamed on national TV for her husband's massive rates bill is seeking to restore her reputation.
CLARENCE Valley Council claims parking spaces have been reduced by just 62 spaces until supermarket construction was completed
LOCAL knowledge gave Dougherty Construction the winning edge in their tender for the expansion of Clarence Village
'The fact that they were old and not digital was what attracted me to them'