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Collect a view from on high

Tweed shire and Coolangatta from the air.
Tweed shire and Coolangatta from the air. John Gass

FOR the next eight weeks the Daily News is going to help you get a birds-eye's view of some of our great Tweed locations.

Thanks to the good people at the Westpac Life Saver Helicopter, Daily News photographer John Gass snapped terrific aerial images.

Starting this Saturday, August 18, we will be publishing posters of the best images for you to collect and keep.

The first poster will have a photograph of beautiful Cabarita.

The images used in the posters will also be available for sale. Phone the Daily News on 07 5524 6400.

The Westpac Life Saver helicopter is sponsored by the Daily News and its sister publications the Northern Star, Coffs Coast Advocate and Grafton Examiner.

Don't miss this Saturday's edition of the Daily News for your Cabarita poster, and the Tweed/Coolangatta poster in the August 25 edition.

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