Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from September 13, 2017

Battle between Heart and Head; the Turner Family Is in for a Wild Ride When Their Emotional Rock Falls Victim to Puberty in Season Three, Writes Louise Richardson
"HE'S just pretty much a bag of hormones this season." That's how Benson Jack Anthony sums up his 800 Words alter ego Arlo, as the third season of the family drama unfolds. Set in the small New Zealand town of Weld, the show follows the Turner...
Changing Paradigms; Encouraging Boys to Be Boys and Girls to Be Girls Is More Than a Little Outdated, It's Positively Toxic
LIFE AS WE KNOW IT LESLEY APPS DUDES have been the topics of plenty of unapologetic calling out and confrontations in previous columns and rightly so given some of the topics that constantly affect the women in their lives (domestic violence...
Committed Team at Marine Rescue Wooli
Byline: Adam Hourigan adam.hourigan@dailyexaminer.com.au FOR some members of the NSW Marine Rescue Wooli unit, the sound of a radio is ever-present, lulling them to sleep at night. It is still with them as they gather by the unit's rescue boat...
Confidence in NBN Plummets Businesses Struggling to Embrace NBN Rollout; Valley Businesses Concerned the NBN Won't Live Up to Expectations
Byline: Jarrard Potter dailyexaminer.com.au CLARENCE Valley businesses have expressed their concerns the NBN will fail to live up to the hype in a recent statewide survey. Sixty-five businesses responded to the survey conducted by the NSW Business...
Council under Fire; Removal of Camphor Laurel Trees Angers Residents
Byline: Caitlan Charles caitlan.charles@dailyexaminer.com.au MEMORIES of playing in camphor laurel trees as children, and residents taking their own children and grandchildren to the park, is driving the community backlash against the felling of...
DERBY Crashes in for Grafton; Speedway Opens with a Bang
Byline: Dennis Newlyn sport@dailyexaminer.com.au SPEEDWAY: Another rip-roaring season of action commences at Grafton Speedway on September 30. Promoter David Lander is again determined to give fans some great family entertainment in coming months...
Dilemma's Not a Worry for Speller; Youngsters Spell Their Way to State Finals
Byline: Adam Hourigan adam.hourigan@dailyexaminer.com.au HE SPELT up a storm when rocketing to a fourth place finish as a Year 3 student in last year's statewide Premier's Spelling Bee challenge, but River Robinson had to face one dilemma before...
Fines Coming for Survey
Byline: Clairke Bickers AUSTRALIANS would face fines of up to $12,600 for vilifying, intimidating or threatening to harm another person under tough new ground rules for the postal survey on gay marriage. The safeguards will go before Parliament...
Get Back on Ya Bike; Workshop to Teach Basics
Byline: Lesley Apps lesley.apps@dailyexaminer.com.au HERE'S a practical reason for Grafton women to dust off the bike that's been sitting in the shed and get back in the saddle. The Get Back On Ya Bike Ladies Bicycle Workshop is an opportunity...
Hawaii: Always a Blast
Byline: Corey Bertalli Manager Grafton Travel WOW, where has all the rain gone? We have had perfect weather for sitting on a beach somewhere. It started me thinking of heading to somewhere with a beach and a relaxed lifestyle, some place like Hawaii....
New Shows Explore Painter, Poet and Photographer
Byline: Jude McBean Director Grafton Regional Gallery AT THE gallery this Friday from 5pm we'll be celebrating the opening of our new exhibitions, John Witzig: The Photographer and The Lady & The Unicorn: A Collaboration Between Arthur Boyd...
Programs Bringing Positive Change; Small Groups Having a Big Impact on Our Youth
Byline: Janelle Brown Aboriginal Healing Centre OVER the last few years, there has been an increased focus on the problems facing our youth in both the indigenous and wider Clarence Valley community. Sometime these issues seem insurmountable with...
Readers' Memories of 9/11; the Shocking Events of September 11, 2001 Have Had a Lasting Impact on All of Us
ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, the world changed forever with the shocking attacks that killed almost 3000 innocent people when terrorists hijacked four civilian planes. Two crashed into the World Trade Centre, one into the Pentagon and another in a field...
Stop Victimising Girls
CAITLAN CHARLES caitlan.charles@dailyexaminer.com.au WHEN you're a teenage girl society tells you to be a lot of things. You feel the need to be thin, the need to be pretty, and most importantly (but actually least importantly) you NEED...
The Numbers Game
NUMBERS play an enormous role in human society. Without them we would struggle to differentiate between things. Numbers can be used to count, label, order, identify, measure and describe things. The invention of numbers can be attributed to patterns...
Yamba Residents Ready to Feast on Street
LOOSEN your belt and get ready for your taste buds to be tantalised as the Rotary Club of Yamba host "Eat Street Yamba" on Coldstream St on October 1. The free event showcases what locals can do in the Clarence Valley. Clarence Valley Council...
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