From floods to fires and all the fun in between we kept our readers up to date across the Mid North Coast in 2017.
Look back on some of our most popular stories. Click each photo to take you back to the full stories:
FORSTER TUNCURRY – Who could forget this? In January a massive tiger shark was caught off Forster. Click the photo below to take you back to the original story:
NAMBUCCA – Bones were found under a house in the Nambucca region in October. They were later confirmed to be human. Click the photo to read more.
PORT MACQUARIE – In October we brought you coverage from the 2017 Port Cup like never before with a live blog and a mega photo gallery. Click the photo to relive all the action.
WINGHAM – Back in March the Manning was in flood and our readers shared some of their best photos to help tell the story. Click the photo to see all the incredible images.
WAUCHOPE – The community of Pappinbarra was devastated by fire in February during one of the most challenging weather events seen in the region’s history. Click the photo for all the stories.
MACLEAY – In January, 14 people were washed from rocks at Crescent Head. One man suffered a broken collarbone and was stuck at the bottom of the cliff before being rescued. Click the image to read the full story and hear from one of the survivors.
BELLINGEN – In April the talk of the town was the removal of large camphor laurels in the main street. Click the photo for all the details.
MANNING VALLEY – Music lovers from far and wide converged on the seaside town of Old Bar for the Ocean Rhythms Festival and we were there to capture all the action. Click the photo to see more images and video.
GLOUCESTER – In September a man died after he barricaded himself inside a home. Click the photo below to read the full story.
CAMDEN HAVEN – One of the most popular slideshows on the Camden Haven Courier website appeared in November with people keen to see all the glitz and glamour from the Camden Haven High School formal. Click the image below to see all the photos and a video.