Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from October 7, 2016

6; Things to Do This weekEND
Cathedral markets WHEN: Saturday, from 8am WHERE: Grafton Cathedral car park DETAILS: Home baking, sausage sizzle, clothing, jewellery, plants, cut flowers, quality second-hand goods, and much more will be available. Or take advantage of an...
Animated Start for Gallery Resident Artist
Byline: Lesley Apps Lesley.Apps@dailyexaminer.com.au GRAFTON Regional Gallery's artist in residence Todd Fuller got the city's traditional introduction when he arrived for his month-long stay -- almost wiped out by a truck on our infamous bendy...
Bathurst Failure in Rear-View Mirror; Van Gisbergen with a Chance to Build on Series Lead
Byline: TERRY MALLINDER ARM SPORTS BUREAU MOTORSPORT: Don't mention the war. Shane van Gisbergen is not one to dwell on failed campaigns on the battlefield. It's onwards and upwards for the red-hot 27-year-old New Zealander, who is leading the...
Crowdfund Makes Connors' EP Pozible Clarence Artist to Release Debut EP
Byline: Clair Morton Clair.Morton@dailyexaminer.com.au CLARENCE Valley musician Tullara Connors will be busy over the next month. Thanks to a Pozible crowdfunding campaign to release her debut EP, Connors now has more than 50 guitar string bracelets...
Dead Eye Bats Keep Elliott Busy in the Shed Dead Eye for Detail; Grafton's Very Own Batman
Byline: Bill North william.north@dailyexaminer.com.au CRICKET: As a builder Adam Elliott has a dead eye for detail. The owner of AB Elliott Constructions has started another business, directing his craftsmanship skills towards his passion for cricket....
Every Age Group Excels; Clarence BMX Stars Clean Up at Champs
BMX: Clarence Valley BMX club has come away with 14 NSW State plates after a strong showing at the State Championships in Penrith over the long weekend. The Clarence contingent that made the long journey down the highway was well supported by family...
Fire Has Campers in Nervous Wait
Byline: Clair Morton Clair.Morton@dailyexaminer.com.au THICK smoke engulfed the car as Hannah Winter and her partner drove through the Station Creek fire. "It was absolutely terrifying," she said. "The smoke was so thick it was in the car,...
Gluten-Free Flour Power; Rowie Dillon's Mouth-Watering Savoury and Sweet Dishes Work around Food Intolerances
LIVING gluten-free doesn't mean you need to miss out on classic dishes that traditionally are cooked with wheat-based flours. Faced with her own food intolerances, Rowie Dillon began exploring the versatile world of gluten-free flours. As a result,...
Having Your Party Organised, Check
HOW fantastic the feeling finding a long lost sock, having had the good sense to keep the odd one? Somewhat metaphorical for how Bulldogs fans will feel today if they can overcome the Swans desperate to atone for their cringeworthy effort two years...
Local Input Vital to Jail Bids Will Include Business View; Consortia to Include Business Views in Their Tender Bids
Byline: Tim Howard Tim.Howard@dailyexaminer.com.au CLARENCE Valley businesses have welcomed the opportunity to join in the planning for the new Grafton jail. More than 50 local businesses registered to be part of a forum at Grafton TAFE where...
Make Sure You Know What Is Required before Lighting a Fire
INAPPROPRIATE use of fire can endanger lives, property and the environment. Residents need to be aware that when lighting a fire there are specific requirements from the Rural Fire Service, Fire and Rescue NSW and council about what, when and where...
No Spread of Cane Disease to Clarence
Byline: Jarrard Potter jarrard.potter@dailyexaminer.com.au DESPITE causing widespread problems to cane harvests in Queensland, the mysterious Yellow Canopy Syndrome is yet to reach cane farms in the Clarence Valley. Sugar cane researchers are...
Rave Organisers Face Fines; Unauthorised Dance Event Conducted despite Warnings
Byline: Clair Morton Clair.Morton@dailyexaminer.com.au AUTHORITIES will look to prosecute the organisers and host of an unauthorised rave which took place in Glenugie over the long weekend. Acting Coffs/Clarence crime manager Inspector Kingsley...
Sharp Cold Met Swimmers at Grafton
Byline: Toni Ensbey GDSC Swim Club SWIM CLUB: Warm jackets and anything thermal was the dress code for swimmers this week. The water temperature for the start of the summer season was a little more than cold, although it was described in not...
Tigers Turn to the Fans; Local Australian Rules Club to Host Community Forum
Byline: Matthew Elkerton dailyexaminer.com.au AUSSIE RULES: The story of the Western Bulldogs overcoming insurmountable odds in the AFL grand final last weekend is one that has touched the hearts of all sporting fans. It is a story that people...
To Climb
CHAZ Mostert describes his experiences on Mount Panorama as more akin to a roller-coaster ride. "Very up and down," he tells Australian Regional Media. To say the least. There's been the incredible ascension to the top in 2014, before a stunning...
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