Media releases June 2018

Media releases - June 2018

29/06/2018 All aboard for the Business Connect bus
THE Business Connect bus is coming to the Clarence Valley next week so jump on board for some free business advice. Read more ... 
22/06/2018 HSC help in the holidays
SCHOOL might be out, but help for Higher School Certificate students will continue at the Grafton library in the July holidays. Read more ...
21/06/2018 Public holidays approved
THE Minister for Industrial Relations, Dominic Perrotet, has approved three part-day public holidays for Grafton city for 2018. Read more ...
21/06/2018 Keeping our drinking water clean
A CLEAN and reliable drinking water supply does not come by accident, and next week Clarence Valley Council staff will clean and perform other maintenance on the 32 megalitre reservoir at the Rushforth Road water treatment plant. Read more ...
19/06/2018 Program to help seniors get connected
CLARENCE Valley libraries are launching a new program to help older members of the community get online and increase their confidence in the digital world. Read more ...
14/06/2018 Maclean Showground toilet block may be repaired
A DECISION to demolish a storm-damaged toilet block at the Maclean Showground is to be reviewed. Read more ...
14/06/2018 Repairs to Romiaka Bridge approaches to be done tomorrow
TRAFFIC control measures will be in place at the Romiaka Bridge on Yamba Road tomorrow (Friday) as repairs are undertaken to the bridge approach. Read more ...
13/06/2018 Clarence looks to join Coffs and Nambucca councils in joint organisation
THE Clarence Valley Council has resolved to join the Coffs Harbour City and Nambucca Shire councils in the formation of a joint organisation, pending agreement from Coffs Harbour. Read more ...
8/06/2018 Jacaranda season taking over Sydney
GRAFTON’S Jacaranda season is still a few months away but plans to attract tourists to the region to experience the floral spectacular are in full swing. Read more ...
6/06/2018 Truck takes tourism promotion on the road
TRUCK driver, Graeme Nicholson of Nicholson and Page Transport, couldn’t be happier to see cars tailgating him on the highway. Read more ...

 

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