Top price record tumbles at annual All Breeds sale

3 August 2022 Read More >

MORE than 800 people took part in Saturday’s 2022 Casino All Breeds bull and female sale, which saw a new record set for the top price bull at $28,000 - $8000 above last year’s price. The popular annual sale, held at the Northern Rivers Livestock...

‘Town Crier’ awarded Local Tourism Hero honour

2 August 2022 Read More >

CASINO’S much-loved ‘Town Crier’, Brenda Armfield, has been recognised for her support of Richmond Valley events and tourism by being named a Local Tourism Hero. The announcement was made at last week’s North Coast Tourism Symposium and Awards Gala Dinner in Grafton. Brenda is a...

Vacant Barker Street block to get green makeover

27 July 2022 Read More >

BARKER Street Casino is about to get its very own park, thanks to a $340,000 NSW Government’s Streets as Shared Spaces grant. Borne out of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Streets as Shared Spaces program provides one-off grant funding to support local councils to test and...

Casino Truck Show online registrations now open

1 July 2022 Read More >

REGISTRATIONS are now open for the 2022 North Coast Petroleum Casino Truck Show, to be held on Saturday 6 August. This year, individuals and companies can register their trucks online by following this link: casinotruckshow.com.au. On-day entries will also be accepted. Entry is $30 per...

Budget includes significant flood repair investment

1 July 2022 Read More >

RICHMOND Valley Council’s 2022-2023 Budget includes a significant $50,611,790 capital works program to help the community recover from the devastating February-March flood events. A further $24,120,310 has been earmarked for 2023-2024 projects. The Budget also shows surplus budgets for all four years of the delivery...

RVC welcomes NSW Government rate relief funding

7 June 2022 Read More >

RICHMOND Valley Mayor Robert Mustow has welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement of rate relief for flood-affected residents. Under the program, eligible ratepayers will have their residential, commercial and farm rates for the upcoming 2022/23 financial year covered by the NSW Government. “Council wrote to the...

RVC calls for new emergency management model

31 May 2022 Read More >

RICHMOND Valley Council is calling for a new model for emergency management in NSW, following this year’s catastrophic flood events. In an 18-page submission to the 2022 NSW Flood Inquiry, Council said it was time to rethink the way that disaster response and recovery was...

Community feedback sought on plans for the future

24 May 2022 Read More >

THIS month’s Richmond Valley Council meeting received a range of reports which outline Council’s delivery and financial plans for the future. The Rebuilding the Richmond Valley Delivery Program sets out Council’s vision to help restore its community over the next three years, in partnership with...