Media releases - March 2017

Media releases for March 2017

24/03/2017 New planning provisions cut red tape
NEW planning provisions introduced by Clarence Valley Council for urban and rural zones aim to free up urban land for development and provide greater flexibility for rural landholders. Read more ...
23/03/2017 Romiaka Bridge replacement due to start
A CONTRACT has been awarded for the replacement of Romiaka Bridge on Yamba Road.  Read more ...
23/03/2017 Clarence Valley Indigenous Art Award launches for 2017
ENTRIES for the Grafton Regional Gallery’s 2017 Clarence Valley Indigenous Art Award (CVIAA) are now open. Read more ...
23/03/2017 Yamba landslip threat eases
THE threat of a landslip on some properties on Yamba hill has eased.  Read more ...
20/03/2017 Indigenous trainee takes major award
A 17-year-old former South Grafton High School student has taken out a major award for Indigenous trainees. Read more ...
20/03/2017 Yamba hill residents notified of landslip risk
SOME residents on Yamba hill have been advised to watch for potential landslips following heavy rain in the area over the past five days.  Read more ...
17/03/2017 Possible sewering of Ulmarra up for discussion
RESIDENTS of the Clarence Valley – particularly people in Ulmarra – are being encouraged to give their views on whether the village of Ulmarra should be sewered. Read more ...
16/03/2017 Clarence Valley welcomes new media pioneer
A YOUNG travel enthusiast with a keen and creative eye and close to half a million Instagram followers will be in the Clarence Valley next week to pass on some of her tips about how to get the most out of the social media platform.  Read more ...
15/03/2017 Yamba sewerage augmentation wins state award
THE $43 million Yamba sewerage augmentation project, which was completed last year 14% under projected costs, has taken out a NSW innovation award. Read more ...
15/03/2017 Looking to celebrate Aboriginal history research
A RESEARCH group that has identified four Aboriginal people photographed in Grafton in 1873 is meeting for the first time this year at the Grafton Regional Gallery to organise the publication of the outcomes of its research project Breimba – looking for you. Read more ...
10/03/2017 Dinosaurs joined by aliens in two Clarence Valley parks
ALIENS have joined the dinosaurs and fairies who have taken up temporary residence in parks in Grafton and Yamba.  Read more ...
9/03/2017 Celebration of Yulgilbar’s women at the gallery
AN exhibition celebrating the women of Yulgilbar is now open at the Grafton Regional Gallery. Read more ...
3/03/2017 Gallery’s 2017 artists in residence
TWO contemporary Aboriginal artists will be in residence at the Grafton Regional Gallery later this year as part of the facility’s Indigenous art program for 2017.  Read more ...
1/03/2017 Australian waveski open coming to Yamba
YAMBA will host the Waveski Surfing Australian Open for the first time in October this year in an event that is likely to contribute about $272,000 to the Clarence economy via direct visitor spend.  Read more ...
1/03/2017 There are dinosaurs and fairies in our parks
DINOSAURS and fairies are about to take up residency in some parks in the Clarence Valley. Read more ...

 

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