Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from March 16, 2016

Coffee Van Start-Ups Driving Java Boom
Byline: Jarrard Potter dailyexaminer.com.au AFTER working as a butcher for 17 years, Kyle Summers decided to take a risk with something he was passionate about: running his own coffee van business. "I got the idea after helping out my mate Mark...
Come and Celebrate Clarence Culture
Byline: Jude McBean Director Grafton Regional Gallery SIX new exhibitions open at the Grafton Regional Gallery this Friday at 5.30pm to music by Bellingen duo Honey & Knives, complimentary nibbles and a pay bar run by the Friends of the Gallery....
Encouraging Innovation; Project Designed to Help Regional Areas
Byline: Jarrard Potter dailyexaminer.com.au INNOVATION and getting creative is the key to stopping the decline of regional areas like the Clarence Valley, according to a new campaign from the Regional Australia Institute. The Innovation Watch...
Explore What Thailand Has to Offer
Byline: Corey Bertalli Manager Grafton Travel THAILAND doesn't appeal to everyone however it does have a lot to offer culturally. The food and drinks can vary depending on how adventurous you are but overall it is not that different from what you...
Fulfilling Your Blonde Ambition; Change Your Hair's Colour but Reduce the Damage
STYLEWISE KERRIE DiMATTIA ANYONE who has been following our Instagram lately will be quite aware of our love for the perfect blonde. What you may not know is that in order to achieve these perfect blondes on some of our clients whose hair may...
Lighthouse Photos Shine a Light into Darkness
LOWER Clarence photographer John Ibbotson can see why his collection of lighthouse photographs has been chosen to promote the work of a group battling mental illness. Mr Ibbotson, who lives in Gulmarrad, has joined forces with the mental health...
On a New Path; Yamba's Wall to Tackle Ironman after Triathlon Title Defence at BCU Coffs Tri
Byline: Matthew Elkerton dailyexaminer.com.au TRIATHLON: Despite last week enjoying his first break from competition since January, Yamba triathlete Lindsey Wall has thrown himself straight back into the deep end with a major competitive career...
There's Nothing Wrong with Saying 'No'; It Takes a Bit of Practice, but You Might Come to like It
LIFE AS WE KNOW IT LESLEY APPS NO! No. No, sorry I can't. No thank you. No it doesn't fit in with my plans. No I don't feel like it. No thanks, maybe next time. No I don't want to. No. No. No. And begin again... Saying 'no' seems to be...
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