Media Releases - June 2013
Get a bite of local produce grants worth $1.5 million
Things have just got a whole lot tastier for non-profit organisations involved in promoting fresh local produce across the Clarence Valley. Read more...
Valley libraries help book clubs turn a new page
Book clubs in the Clarence Valley have received a boost, with local libraries offering sets of books and accompanying discussion notes to help clubs access a selection of titles for their meetings. Read more...
Black Screen event back at the Saraton
Grafton’s historic Saraton Theatre is again opening its doors to the showing of contemporary indigenous Australian films – an event known as Black Screen. Read more...
Putting a plan into action
We’re taking one of the nation’s great river experiences to the world. Read more...
Volunteers shattered after coastal vandalism
In what Mayor Richie Williamson has described as “mindless vandalism”, more than 100 trees planted by volunteers have been ripped from the ground at Minnie Water, near Wooli. Read more...
Living Sustainably Awards now open
Residents or organisations who significantly contribute to a more sustainable Clarence Valley are now able to receive awards for their achievements. Read more...
It's a fine line.....measures introduced to assist with Library fines
In a move to cut down waiting times for library items to be borrowed, Clarence Valley Council has set a cut-off limit on overdue fines accrued by members. Read more...