Clarence Development News

Wed 17 Jun 2020

$150 million DA spike a sign of things to come

premium_icon $150 million DA spike a sign of things to come

Despite a turbulent year, record-breaking amounts of development is on the cards for the Clarence Valley

Tue 16 Jun 2020

REVEALED: Grafton jail gets an opening date

premium_icon REVEALED: Grafton jail gets an opening date

First prisoners to arrive soon, as $560m project will spring into action

Mon 15 Jun 2020

Motorway signs show the long way round to Grafton

premium_icon Motorway signs show the long way round to Grafton

Distance display to be fixed south of Maclean as Grafton gets more isolated

Sat 13 Jun 2020

30 JOBS: New contract boosts Clarence industry

premium_icon 30 JOBS: New contract boosts Clarence industry

A CONTRACT to build a 45m vessel valued at $10million is expected to deliver up to 30 new jobs for the marine industry in the Clarence Valley.

Thu 11 Jun 2020

OPEN SOON: Ringing in the changes on highway

premium_icon OPEN SOON: Ringing in the changes on highway

Find out all the details as another major highway interchange gets ready to open

Wed 10 Jun 2020

HOUSING FIX: Granny comes DA-free

premium_icon HOUSING FIX: Granny comes DA-free

Has solution to Clarence affordability issues been here all along?

NO REGRETS: CEO on late bid for Maclean RSL

premium_icon NO REGRETS: CEO on late bid for Maclean RSL

Services Club says it’s considering ‘several options’ after comprehensive backing of sale

Tue 9 Jun 2020

Local cane mills ready to fire up

premium_icon Local cane mills ready to fire up

Despite droughts throughout the last few years there is a positive outlook for this cane season

Sat 6 Jun 2020

Aussies want regions to lead economic recovery

premium_icon Aussies want regions to lead economic recovery

Has coronavirus got city-folk finally thinking about developing the Clarence Valley?

Wed 3 Jun 2020

TIME TO ACT: City needs urgent heart transplant

premium_icon TIME TO ACT: City needs urgent heart transplant

‘WE WANT our young people to be dealing with a payroll officer, not a parole officer

Council on front foot after Palmers Island decision

premium_icon Council on front foot after Palmers Island decision

Councillors vote to ‘do all things possible’ to keep boat-building firm in the Clarence

OLD GAOL, NEW GOALS: Ideas to repurpose correctional centre

premium_icon OLD GAOL, NEW GOALS: Ideas to repurpose correctional centre

A MUSEUM, town hall, botanic garden, indigenous embassy, hospital parking, emergency accommodation, or all of the above?

Old Grafton jail fit for multiple new purposes

premium_icon Old Grafton jail fit for multiple new purposes

WITH the pending closure of the old Grafton jail, a group of Grafton residents say now is the time to plan for its future.

Mon 1 Jun 2020

Harwood Marine’s growth amid coronavirus pandemic

premium_icon Harwood Marine’s growth amid coronavirus pandemic

‘The fact that we invested heavily in the last few years … has meant that we can tender on a range of projects to keep continuity of work and employment.’

Sat 30 May 2020

$600K for Grafton and Maclean showground makeovers

premium_icon $600K for Grafton and Maclean showground makeovers

Shovel-ready projects get some helping hand as part of coronavirus stimulus package.

Fri 22 May 2020

Grafton pool putting Schwarzenegger to shame

premium_icon Grafton pool putting Schwarzenegger to shame

Much like The Terminator, the issue just can’t be put down, and meeting confusion means it’s back!

Thu 21 May 2020

$1.2M building works allow for school expansion

premium_icon $1.2M building works allow for school expansion

Addtional classrooms come just in time for school to resume after COVID-19 lockdown.

Wed 20 May 2020

TRAVEL TIME: Which Maclean to Grafton route is the quickest?

premium_icon TRAVEL TIME: Which Maclean to Grafton route is the quickest?

DEX journalist Jarrard Potter puts drive routes on Big River Way and the upgraded Pacific Highway to the test to see which is quicker in the Clarence

VIDEO: Exclusive fly-over of newest Pacific Highway section

premium_icon VIDEO: Exclusive fly-over of newest Pacific Highway section

Take a bird's-eye view of the 36km section of new dual carriageway between Glenugie and Tyndale that was opened to traffic today.

Tue 19 May 2020

CLOSE THE ROADS: Will coronavirus change streetscapes?

premium_icon CLOSE THE ROADS: Will coronavirus change streetscapes?

Grants for bike paths and improved pedestrian access praised by Business NSW

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