Media releases - February 2017

Media releases for February 2017

21/02/2017 Clean Up Australia needs you
OVER  the  past  26  years Clean Up Australia  volunteers  have  donated  more  than  31  million  hours  at  over  166  thousand locations across the country.  Read more ...
21/02/2017 Sewage treatment plant clean-up complete
A MASSIVE operation to remediate the site of the former sewage treatment plant in South Grafton is now complete. Read more ...
20/02/2017 Keen teen photographer captures the essence of plunge
WHEN her young friends grabbed bags of coloured powder and came together to make a multi-coloured cloud, Freya McGrath saw an opportunity and stepped back. Read more ...
20/02/2017 Advice at the click of a button
MAKING contact with one of the Clarence Valley Council’s customer service staff is now as simple as a click on a computer mouse.  Read more ...
15/02/2017
Rebranding highlights caring role of service
The looming introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme into the region has provided a perfect backdrop for a name change and new logo for Clarence Valley Council Care and Support Services.  Read more...
13/02/2017 Dakota encourages others to go for a school-based traineeship
DAKOTA Mundine is encouraging other young Indigenous students to take the opportunity to undertake a traineeship with the Clarence Valley Council.  Read more ...
10/02/2017
InFocus winners announced
Photos featuring ghost crabs on the beach, children catching a horse, a colourful party, a portrait and a landscape have taken the major prizes in this year’s InFocus photography competition, which runs in conjunction with annual plunge Arts and Culture Festival.  Read more...
10/02/2017 Map kit for the Clarence canoe and kayak trail officially launched
PEOPLE in the know have been paddling the Clarence trail for years and now, with the launch of a map kit for the Clarence canoe and kayak trail, many more will be able to enjoy this world class adventure. Read more ...
10/02/2017 Saturday opening celebration at the gallery
THE Grafton Regional Gallery will celebrate the opening of its new exhibitions on Saturday  with a morning tea, musical performance and artist talk from 11am. Read more ...
09/02/2017 Venue change for community workshop
A FORECAST for high temperatures for Saturday has prompted the Clarence Valley Council to change the venue for its scheduled community workshop on its community strategic plan.  Read more...

 

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