Media releases - May 2018

Media releases for May 2018

29/04/2018 Captivating Fashions of Yesteryear
FROM beaded 1920s gowns to the colourful jumpers of Jenny Kee, to coincide with the July Racing Carnival this year the Grafton Regional Gallery will present the exhibition Captivating Fashions of Yesteryear: Friends of The Way We Wore. Read more ...
28/05/2018 Iconic Australian Houses: an exhibition by Karen McCartney
DESIGNING, building and living in the most spectacular and distinctively Australian homes of the past 60 years – an insider’s look with Karen McCartney. Read more ...
28/05/2018 Consultation on flying fox management strategy
A DROP-IN centre will be open in Maclean on Thursday to allow the town’s residents to provide suggestions and comments on the Maclean Flying Fox Working Strategy. Read more ...
27/05/2018 Gallery gets ready to party
IT’S the Grafton Regional Gallery’s 30th birthday and you’re invited to the party. Read more ...
24/05/2018 Development approval records for the Clarence
DEVELOPMENT applications topping the magical $100 million have been approved by the Clarence Valley Council this financial year in what the council’s general manager, Ashley Lindsay, said were positive signs for the Clarence economy. Read more ...
23/05/2018 Measures adopted to reduce Glenreagh flood risks
A RANGE of “relatively simple and cost effective” measures to reduce flooding risks in Glenreagh have been adopted by the Clarence Valley Council. Read more ...
22/05/2018 Sites for unsealed roads study chosen
TWO sections of Tullymorgan Road near Lawrence have been chosen for a study on possible ways to improve the condition of unsealed roads in the Clarence Valley Council area. Read more ...
21/05/2018 Tree vandals hit Yamba again
MULTIPLE trees on the headland between Yamba’s Convent and Pippi beaches are dying in what Clarence Valley Council staff believe is a deliberate and brazen attempt to improve views for nearby residents. Read more ...
21/05/2018 Have your say on council’s direction
WOULD you like a say in how the Clarence Valley Council spends its money? Have you got a special project you would like council to fund? Read more ...
16/05/2018 Lions Club to operate Maclean community markets
THE Maclean Lions Club is the new operator of the Maclean community markets. Read more ... 
15/05/2018 Measures to protect Yamba’s Pilot Hill
THE ongoing risk of soil slippage on Yamba’s iconic Pilot Hill has prompted the Clarence Valley Council to undertake a range of measures to improve drainage in the area. Read more ...
14/05/2018 First person account of a girl over the edge
SAWTELL resident, Kim Hodges is visiting Clarence Valley libraries next month to talk about her second memoir, “Girl over the edge”. Read more ...
11/05/2018 Kerbside cleanup is ready to roll
RESIDENTS in villages and areas around Armidale Road, the Gwydir Highway, Orara Way, and the Pacific Highway, the time has come for the annual kerbside cleanup. Read more ...
11/05/2018 National Scams Awareness Week
IN 2017 Australians aged 55 and over lost $39 million to online scammers* — more than every other age group combined. Read more ...
09/05/2018 Ulmarra plans for life after the highway
PLANNING is underway for the future of Ulmarra once the village is bypassed by the highway – and it’s the residents in the driving seat. Read more ...
03/05/2018 Clarence Valley author Peter Watt to visit the libraries
INTERNATIONALLY-published Clarence Valley author, Peter Watt, will visit Clarence Valley libraries this month. Read more ...
03/05/2018 Valley resident to share his passion for the best literature
IT’S pretty safe to say Nigel Dawe has a passion for the best literature. Read more ...

 

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