Media releases - September 2017

Media releases for September 2017

19/09/2017 Survey launched as part of Grafton Regional Gallery review
WORK is underway to engage with Clarence Valley residents as part of a Grafton Regional Gallery review and business planning process. Read more ...
14/09/2017 New library eresource makes reading fun for kids
CLARENCE Valley library members now have free access to an Australian-created, fun online literacy tool designed for kids aged 4-12 years. Read more ...
14/09/2017 Yamba’s ocean rock pool re-opens
YAMBA’S ocean rock pool is back open for business. Read more ...
14/09/2017 Call out for Indigenous artists
THE call has gone out from the Grafton Regional Gallery for Aboriginal artists of the Clarence Valley interested in hosting a stall at the Big Day of Culture planned for Jacaranda Thursday, November 2, 2017. Read more ...
13/09/2017 The Lady and The Unicorn comes to Grafton
GRAFTON Regional Gallery will bring Arthur Boyd and Peter Porter’s exhibition ‘The Lady and The Unicorn’ to the Clarence Valley from September 15 - October 21. Read more ... 
12/09/2017 Surf photography legend at the gallery
A NEWLY-curated collection of John Witzig’s photography in ‘John Witzig: The Photographer’ officially opens on Friday at the Grafton Regional Gallery. Read more ...
6/09/2017 Ideas sought on Bailey Park redevelopment
A PIRATE ship playground, a community garden, a kids’ bike path or a multi-use synthetic court are some of the ideas on the table for the redevelopment of Bailey Park, Ulmarra, but the Clarence Valley Council says it is open to all suggestions. Read more ...
1/09/2017 Draft policy to help start-up small businesses
A DRAFT policy to help start-up small businesses by cutting sewer and water developer contributions is now open for public comment. Read more ...
1/09/2017 Applications for community grants now open
ROUND two of the Clarence Valley Council’s community initiatives grants program is now open for applications. Read more ...
1/09/2017 Tourism advocates needed for advisory committee
CLARENCE Valley Council is calling for expressions of interest for a new Clarence Valley tourism industry advisory committee.  Representatives from the tourism industry in particular are being encouraged to apply. Read more ...

 

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