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Don't miss Mur'bah aerial poster

Aerial view of the 'heart' of Tweed Shire - Murwillumbah.
Aerial view of the 'heart' of Tweed Shire - Murwillumbah. John Gass

IF YOU have been collecting the aerial photo posters of our local towns over recent weeks, Saturday's edition of the Daily News is one you should not miss.

This week's poster will feature Murwillumbah, the heart of the Tweed Shire.

As well as the poster, we also have a four-page preview of the rugby league grand final between the Murwillumbah Mustangs and the Grafton Ghosts.

Don't miss your copy of the Daily News for just 50cents at your local newsagent.

Topics:  grafton ghosts, murwillumbah, murwillumbah mustangs, photo, sport



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