June 2015

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 7:58 PM

THE Clarence Valley has the third most agricultural, forestry and fishing businesses of any region in New South Wales, a new study has revealed.

Regional snapshot: who are we in the Clarence Valley?

THE Clarence Valley has the third most agricultural, forestry and fishing businesses of any region in New South Wales, a new study has revealed.

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 7:52 PM

FAMILY sizes are dropping as fertility rates fall and residents of the Richmond-Tweed region live longer, a new study has revealed.

Regional snapshot: who are we in Richmond-Tweed?

FAMILY sizes are dropping as fertility rates fall and residents of the Richmond-Tweed region live longer, a new study has revealed.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 4:50 PM

FORGET toothless tigers – the dribbling gums of my old dentally-challenged house cat packed more bite than the current Australian Labor Party.

OPINION: My toothless cat had more bite than Labor

FORGET toothless tigers – the dribbling gums of my old dentally-challenged house cat packed more bite than the current Australian Labor Party.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 3:03 PM

NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has called the Baird Government’s budget a “quick fix” as he outlined Labor’s alternative economic plan for the state.

Labor calls for “sharing economy” in NSW budget reply

NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has called the Baird Government’s budget a “quick fix” as he outlined Labor’s alternative economic plan for the state.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 5:59 AM

REGIONAL tourism hotspots across NSW are primed for a $41.9 million funding increase over four years, as the Government strives to promote areas outside Sydney.

Regional tourism hotspots in NSW to get $41.9m funding boost

REGIONAL tourism hotspots across NSW are primed for a $41.9 million funding increase over four years, as the Government strives to promote areas outside Sydney.

Published a story 23rd Jun 2015 3:14 PM

THE NSW Government will spend $1.4 billion on the Pacific Hwy in 2015-16 to continue final works on the link between Woolgoolga and Ballina.

Pacific Hwy link scores $1.4 billion in Budget

THE NSW Government will spend $1.4 billion on the Pacific Hwy in 2015-16 to continue final works on the link between Woolgoolga and Ballina.

Published a story 23rd Jun 2015 3:03 PM

LISMORE Hospital will receive $62.7 million while construction of the new Byron Central Hospital has been allocated $57.3 million in the State Budget.

Budget: $21b spend on NSW health services

LISMORE Hospital will receive $62.7 million while construction of the new Byron Central Hospital has been allocated $57.3 million in the State Budget.

Published a story 23rd Jun 2015 2:59 PM

CRANES will line the horizon across NSW with the State Government promising a record $10.3 billion annual spend on infrastructure projects over four years.

Record infrastructure spend promised in NSW budget

CRANES will line the horizon across NSW with the State Government promising a record $10.3 billion annual spend on infrastructure projects over four years.

Published a story 22nd Jun 2015 7:22 PM

RECORDINGS from the black box on a ship that three crew members mysteriously vanished from or died on are missing, a coronial inquest has been told.

Black box info missing from death ship, inquest hears

RECORDINGS from the black box on a ship that three crew members mysteriously vanished from or died on are missing, a coronial inquest has been told.

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Chris studied journalism at the University of Queensland. Worked for the Western Star in Roma. He has worked at The Chronicle as a reporter since February 2011.