Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from February 19, 2010

All-Clear Doubt as Residents File a Protest
Byline: TIM HOWARD tim.howard@dailyexaminer.com.au RESIDENTS near the site of a proposed medical super clinic in Grafton claim there is a groundswell of opposition to the development. People like Katie Vincent and Kay Alden, who live near the...
Backward Glances; Extracts from the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today
Byline: {Chris Nield } { chris nield newsroom@dailyexaminer.com.au } * BIRTHS. JORDAN. - To Ethne and John, daughter, born February 19, Sandra Dee for sister Julie. PARNELL (nee Casson). - To Eileen and Ian, a daughter, Annette May, at Runnymede,...
Big Wave Earns Laurie $20,000
Byline: ERIN BRADY erin.brady@dailyexaminer.com.au WHEN it comes to surfing giant waves, Angourie surfer Laurie Towner has gone bigger and harder than any other surfer in Australasian waters. Towner has just taken out the coveted Biggest Wave...
Fat Cattle Market
1069 head yarded at Grafton Fat Cattle Sale on February 16. Another good yarding this week with competition weaker on the steers and bullocks - 5-8c/kg on last week's buoyant market. All other cattle to processors held last week's rates. Restockers...
Fat Cattle Market
MARKET report fat cattle sale, Grafton. There were 1067 head of cattle yarded at Grafton on Tuesday. Bullocks could not keep the momentum of last week and fell by three cents to six cents a kilogram. All grown female cattle sold as strongly...
Forest Fuels Pose Ongoing Fire Risk
Byline: TALKING TIMBER ROD HENSON Clarence Valley Branch Chairman VICTORIA faces another February with many of the same underlying bleak fire tragedy conditions faced on Black Saturday: drought, hotter average temperatures and a further build-up...
From Gladetts to Futsal Stars at the Centre
Byline: CENTRE NEWS sarah baker gsc@clarence.nsw.gov.au Futsal There was some great futsal action on Wednesday night between the Gladetts and Rad United. It was a close game, with Rad United scoring some late goals to inch ahead and win the...
How Sweet It Is; Living the Farming Dream at Goodwood Island
Byline: Kate Matthews kate.matthews@dailyexaminer.com.au IN NORTHERN NSW, nestled on the bank of the mighty Clarence River is a quiet place known as Goodwood Island, where the sugar cane ripples on the breeze and renders the air with an eerie whispering...
In Brief
Win tickets to expo THE Daily Examiner has eight adult day passes to the Australian Motorcycle Expo at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre this weekend. If you would like to head along, drop into the Daily Examiner office in Grafton...
John's Long Road Ahead; More Than 200km Awaits 50-Year-Old Bound for Inverell
Byline: RHYS O'NEILL sport@dailyexaminer.com.au AFTER more than 30 years out of the saddle, only 'absolute insanity' will see Grafton's John Harrison to the finish line of tomorrow's G2I Challenge bike ride. The 50-year-old will embark on the...
Primary Producers Count
Byline: DEREK PALMER Comment AS an Australian Certified Organic producer, I believe I more than qualify as a serious, practising environmentalist. I have grave concerns about the science behind climate change when the government's response becomes...
Quartet of Clubs Answer Telstra's Call
YOU can still hear the screams of delight from four Clarence Valley sporting associations after being awarded grants from the Telstra Kids Fund. The Northern NSW Tenpin President Shield team, South Services Gunners Soccer Club, Brothers Cricket...
War of Words as MPs Target Bats
Byline: MARSHA NEVILLE marsha.neville@dailyexaminer.com.au FEDERAL Cowper MP Luke Hartsuyker had more than flying foxes in his sights at Maclean yesterday. The MP wants a flying fox colony removed from near Maclean High School and is intent...
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