IT’S time to put the high-tech world on hold, take a drive up Waterfall Way through the rainforest and have fun at the 14th Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival.
SEVEN years ago Helen Seiver went on a caravan holiday to Bundaberg and dropped in to see a friend.
THE signature red and white colours are hanging high and proud and it has nothing to do with the Swans or the Dragons.
THE excited face of a young girl standing behind a simple sign, “Any money small or big” tugged the heartstrings of visitors to Harbourside Markets last Sunday.
FOUR hard-working local students from non-English-speaking backgrounds have scored part-time jobs thanks to a three-cornered Coffs Harbour collaboration.
THE boots are laced, the shin guards securely in place and a sense of anticipation hangs in the air as the coach delivers final instructions.
THE countdown is now well under way to the Coffs Coast’s biggest celebration of our rural heritage.
A SINGLE flower has blossomed into a new passion for sisters Lina and Jean Altaweel (pictured).
POTS and pans and food and cans – that’s what the team at the Uniting Church Soup Kitchen is hoping for this Easter.
PATIENTS at Dr Hilton Beck’s surgery have unknowingly led to this local doctor inventing a new walking stick.