Delaforce Family: Picnic at Collombatti September, 1925.
Ian Yates DELAFORCE COLLECTION: Collombatti school after relocation from Lydia Ennis’ property.
Ian Yates CECIL CHAPMAN COLLECTION: Merriwa Hotel at Uralgurra. Proprietor George Davis. The railing was reused in another building at Bellbrook. Circa 1911.
Ian Yates CECIL CHAPMAN COLLECTION: Party involved in scrub felling at the top of Charlton’s property at Nulla Creek.
Ian Yates CECIL CHAPMAN COLLECTION: Samuel Chapman’s Chevrolet motor vehicle was used as a taxi, an ambulance etc, in Willawarrin in the 1920s and 1930s.
Ian Yates CECIL CHAPMAN COLLECTION: Bill Dufty’s “Rio” truck in Tozer Street, Kempsey. Lila Dufty, Mrs May Pearson, Mrs Pearson Senior.
Ian Yates CAIN COLLECTION: Large group of women and child outside hall. “Wishing you a merry Christmas and happy new year from the Gladstone Women Workers 1918,” G.Brown.
Hidden for 75 years, top secret government documents, outlining preparations for the event of a Japanese invasion of Australia in 1942, have been published in a new book.
Ian Yates ARCHITECTURE: All Saints Anglican Church Hall. The hall was demolished in the 1950s and part was taken to Crescent Head Road and converted into a residence.
Ian Yates TRICADIA: Mr and Mrs Doug Cheers’ home on the corner of Kemp and Broughton Streets, West Kempsey. Circa 1920s.
Your morning news snapshot from the Mid North Coast, around regional Australia and beyond.
How you captured the Macleay Valley on Instagram this week.
This week's featured home is set in an idyllic village location. Read more here.
NSW: Some stunning sunsets have been snapped in recent days.
The Macleay Valley Veterinary Services (MVVS) has donated $1,000 to the Macleay Valley Riding for the Disabled.
Crescent Head's Zylas Bunting won the third round of the Australian GP Junior Class.
Kundabung Hall will present the original artworks of Milton Budge, which combine European and Aboriginal techniques into the ...