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BLINDED BY THE LIGHTS: Enough of Yamba roundabout saga

premium_icon BLINDED BY THE LIGHTS: Enough of Yamba roundabout saga

'Laid-back seaside town' a service centre with growing population

Pent up excitement released along with council audit

premium_icon Pent up excitement released along with council audit

Just where does the Clarence Valley sit against state benchmarks?

Here's why your rates are set to increase

premium_icon Here's why your rates are set to increase

Council will begin taking more from ratepayers from next Monday

Council pursuing convicted mayor over legal fees

premium_icon Council pursuing convicted mayor over legal fees

Antoniolli was found guilty of 13 counts of fraud on June 6

Council reels from major case of bill shock

premium_icon Council reels from major case of bill shock

How does an extra $220,000 sound to ratepayers?

Bitter fight over neighbours’ laneway

Bitter fight over neighbours’ laneway

The council then billed ratepayers $50,000 for the investigation.

Old highway handover to cost councils, ratepayers $300m

premium_icon Old highway handover to cost councils, ratepayers $300m

Bellingen, Nambucca councils argue for 'adequate' financial support.

Council given green light to increase rates again

Council given green light to increase rates again

Tweed ratepayers can expect to see an increase in their bills soon.

Tully hits back at Ipswich council claims

premium_icon Tully hits back at Ipswich council claims

New report alleges secret entity squandered up to $50m

Chinese waste laws to hit hip pocket of ratepayers

Chinese waste laws to hit hip pocket of ratepayers

Chinese Government introduces tough new restrictions on waste imports

How Clarence Valley's rates will drop in 2017/18

How Clarence Valley's rates will drop in 2017/18

Small rate reduction on books for local ratepayers

Council decision erodes ratepayer trust

Council decision erodes ratepayer trust

Residents sick and tired of cloaks and daggers

Is closing Grafton Regional Airport the answer?

Is closing Grafton Regional Airport the answer?

While passenger numbers rise, airport is still losing money

POOL MASTER PLAN: Why it's divided council opinion

POOL MASTER PLAN: Why it's divided council opinion

The multi-million dollar swimming pool complex splitting the valley

Councillors promise to stop rates increase. Question is how?

Councillors promise to stop rates increase. Question is how?

Becoming financially viable will not be an easy task

$530m shortfall for Caloundra South still unresolved

$530m shortfall for Caloundra South still unresolved

Residents could face an annual levy to cover shortfall

Ratepayers have to absorb the council’s debt write-off

Ratepayers have to absorb the council’s debt write-off

Council’s $112,000 debt write-off something ratepayers must absorb

Council looking at rubbish

Council looking at rubbish

CLARENCE Valley ratepayers might have to cough up $345,000

You build it, we charge you

You build it, we charge you

You build it, we charge you

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