Media releases - June 2017

Media releases for June 2017

29/06/2017 Reminder to contact council about public safety issues
THE discovery of syringes and needles in one of Grafton’s parks has prompted the Clarence Valley Council to issue a reminder to residents about how to report such incidents. Read more ...
28/06/2017 Councillors again decline pay rise
FOR the fifth year running, Clarence Valley councillors have declined to give themselves a pay rise. Read more ...
28/6/2017 Insurers get more detailed Clarence Valley flood data
A DATA sharing arrangement between the Clarence Valley Council and the Insurance Council of Australia should help insurance companies write policies that better reflect actual flooding risk. Read more ...
26/06/2017 Grafton airport upgrade complete
UPGRADES to the Grafton Regional Airport are now complete and will be officially opened on Wednesday.  Read more ...
20/06/2017 Tenders to open for Maclean sports centre
TENDERS are about to be called for the management and operation of the Maclean Sports Centre. Read more ...
19/06/2017 Free bus to Harmony Day at Harwood
AN open invitation has been extended to a multicultural experience at the Harwood Hotel on Saturday, June 24, from 10am until late. Read more ...
16/06/2017 Clarence Valley Parenting Festival kicks off on Monday
THE Clarence Valley’s biennial parenting festival starts on Monday with two events focusing on mental health managing emotions. Read more ...
12/06/2017 Cheque mate – Rotary shares book sales proceeds with library
THE Maclean Rotary Club’s long history of providing support to the Clarence Regional Library has kicked over another year with a $1000 gift. Read more ... 
8/06/2017 Fencing helps saltmarsh flourish
ON a flat and quiet piece of farmland on Palmers Island the low riverbanks were slowly eroding away.  Read more ...
8/06/2017 Rangers trained up to tackle illegal dumping
ANYONE considering dumping material illegally within Clarence Valley Council boundaries might like to think again.  Read more ...
7/06/2017 Living Sustainably Awards 2017 – you still have time
IN 2016 Grafton business I Scream took out the coveted Living Sustainably Award - Business for its efforts to become more energy efficient through sustainable initiatives including the use of solar panels and recycling. Read more ...
7/06/2017 Have fellowship, will travel
THE 2017 Yulgilbar Fellowship is now open and calling for applications from artists of the Clarence Valley. Read more ...
5/06/2017 Flying fox dispersal committee nominations open
NOMINATIONS for a new flying fox dispersal committee being established by the Clarence Valley Council are now open.  Read more ...
5/06/2017 Yoga festival coming to Yamba
AN opportunity to relax, unwind and participate in Australia’s fastest-growing fitness activity while helping grow the Clarence economy will soon be coming to Yamba.  Read more ...
5/06/2017 Still time to have your say on council plans
CLARENCE Valley residents now have less than two weeks to make submissions on a suite of council planning documents, including a possible application for a special rates variation application. Read more ...

 

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