Media releases July 2018

Media releases - July 2018

30/07/2018 New cultural plan for Clarence
A NEW cultural plan for the Clarence Valley that aims to build community pride, inspire community and civic participation and encourage greater respect for Aboriginal community has been adopted by the Clarence Valley Council. Read more ... 
24/07/2018 Council provides $62,000 sponsorship to local event organisers
IT WAS a happy day for 14 local event organisers as Deputy Mayor, Jason Kingsley, officially announced the recipients of round one of Clarence Valley Council’s special event sponsorship funding for the 2018/19 year.  Read more ...  
10/07/2018 An old service to get new life
FOR 64 years she has laid under the road surface in Skinner Street, South Grafton, never complaining and always getting on with her job without fuss. Read more ... 
06/07/2018 Clarence Valley Council reaches financial sustainability goal
CLARENCE Valley Council has been advised it has met the NSW Government’s Fit for the Future requirements and has been deemed financially sustainable in the long term. Read more ... 
06/07/2018 Local drug action team formed for the Clarence Valley
ADDRESSING and preventing the causes of alcohol and other drug problems will be the prime focus of a community action plan being developed for the Clarence Valley. Read more ... 
05/07/2018 Clarence Valley Council a finalist in tourism awards
MY Clarence Valley tourism has been announced as a finalist alongside 25 leading tourism businesses, events, and visitor experiences in the North Coast’s only industry-backed tourism awards, the 2018 North Coast Regional Tourism Awards. Read more ... 
04/07/2018 Green makeover for Coldstream Street, Yamba
COLDSTREAM Street in Yamba will soon get a green facelift. Read more ... 
04/07/2018 Community projects to benefit from council funding
GRANTS totalling close to $74,000 have been approved for 52 community projects in the Clarence Valley. Read more ... 
03/07/2018 Brooms Head to get better mobile reception
MOBILE phone reception problems that have plagued Brooms Head should soon be a thing of the past. Read more ... 
02/07/2018 Win your Clarence Valley rates for free  
ONE lucky Clarence Valley ratepayer won’t have to worry about paying their rates this year – the council will do it for them.  Read more...

 

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