FRUITCAKES to Chooks, Papercrafts to Woodchopping; The Coffs Show celebrated the diversity of the agricultural sector which has been alive across the world for generations. With thousands of local visitors over the three-day event, exhibitors, competitors and organisers were pleased with the outcome, despite the weather raining off Sunday’s Demolition Derby
THE Lions Club Woolgoolga Netball Rep season remarkably commenced despite the weather last Sunday. Woolgoolga’s U12, U13 and U14 teams battled rain and slippery conditions at a carnival in Grafton, in a valuable hit out on their journey towards the Netball NSW Junior State Titles in June. "It was touch and go
SPEAKER after speaker at Coffs Harbour’s March4Justice Rally called out Scott Morrison for failing to adequately address sexual harassment. Addressing a crowd of approximately five hundred people the speakers called out a number of injustices against women particularly those of a sexual harassment nature and said “Enough is enough”. Advertise with News
SHOAL Bay got an injection of vibrancy in the newly activated parklets which have been installed outside some businesses on the main street. The parklets were originally destined for Nelson Bay, however traders felt that loss of parking spaces was detrimental to business and given that there were further opportunities for
AFTER a year of concert postponements and cancellations the Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium re-opened its doors in spectacular fashion and left a packed house on their feet asking for more. Advertise with News of The Area today. It's worth it for your business. Message us. Phone us - (02) 4981 8882.
ALONG the Myall Coast from riverside Taree, to the hundreds of 4WDs along Dark Point beach in the Myall Lakes National Park, down the coastline to Yacaaba Headland, many locals and visitors celebrated Australia Day beachside reflecting on shared histories, and acknowledging local achievements. They were hopeful celebrations leaning into a