Community will decide on whether or not to build school

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Tweed MP Geoff Provest.

TWEED MP Geoff Provest says there's $100 million for primary schools

'We'll hunt down Tweed bikie brawl thugs'

A bikie brawl erupted on the Tweed on Wednesday night.

“Bikies think they own turf ... but we won't tolerate turf wars.”

Schapelle Corby in hospital with broken bones

Schapelle Corby

It is not known what hospital she is in or how she broke her leg.






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8 things you didn't know you could do at North Straddie

NORTH Stradbroke Island is the perfect getaway whether you plan to stay for a day, a week or even a month.

A whisky-lover's blurprint to Brisbane's best bars

Check out The Gresham for some old-school fine drops.

SCOTCH, Whiskey and Whisky; it all gets a bit confusing.

Your guide to the best Brisbane markets

Enjoy the beautiful offerings of one of Brisbane's many markets.

WHO doesn’t love a good market!?

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Brisbane's dishing up the mountain-hiking goods!

Six hideaway bars to escape winter chill

The Gresham's charm will win you over before your first sip.

THESE are the perfect places to hang this winter.

Our six art gallery picks for a creative day out

Queensland's Gallery of Modern Art always has a fun, exciting and interesting exhibition on show for the whole family to enjoy.

YOU'D be mistaken in thinking Brisbane wasn't an arty city.

Brisbane's arts and culture events centre stage

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THE arts and culture events you don't want to miss.

Byron council may consider taxes amid Airbnb tourist surges

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Design a house to win

SkyFarm in Mullumbimby is a unique hemp and reclaimed-timber studio and is a carbon negative home. The studio was built in three months by the team from Balanced Earth.

Local designers creating a house from local and recycled materials

The Tweed Unlimited Arts Fair is on this weekend

ARTY: Tweed Unlimited Arts Spinners and Weavers Group are getting ready for the handmade arts and craft fair.

Arts galore at Banora Point fair.

Prune and reduce hazards in the garden

The cooler months are an ideal time to prune but be wary

Tweed Heads auditorium set to reopen

OPENING: Inside the Tweed Heads Library as work on the refurbishment continues steadily.

Work continues on the Tweed Head Library upgrade.

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Band cancels Splendour show after sexual assault claims

A RISING young Melbourne band has pulled out of the Splendour In the Grass festival after sexual assault claims were posted on social media.

A chance to support marriage equality at Splendour 2017

TOURING: Sigur Rós is an Icelandic post-rock band from Reykjavík formed in 1994.

Thanks to Sigur Ros and Margaret Court

A 10m sculpture of Kanye West's sad face will head Splendour 2017

RAPPER: Kanye West performing at Splendour in the Grass 2011.

"What can you put inside Sad Kanye to make him happy?”

Dan Sultan's 'Killer' new album

Megan Washington and Dan Sultan perform for enthusiastic crowds at this years Falls Festival in Byron Bay. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

'With the writing, I was thinking about everything'

Five Splendour stars set to shine bright

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The latest on the artists coming to the festival

Splendour VIP passes raise massive sum for flood relief

FUN IN THE SUN: Punters at Splendour in the Grass 2016 at Byron Bay.

50 Flood Relief Gold Passes were auctioned last week

GREAT START: Splendour VIP passes raise more than $23,000

Crowd at Splendour in the Grass 2016.  Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Flood appeal fundraiser had a successful first day

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Shoes make difference to kids in Zambia

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A chance to support marriage equality at Splendour 2017

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Thanks to Sigur Ros and Margaret Court

Big-name headliner boosts local acts at Coast festival

Boy & Bear will headline the Sea N Sound festival this weekend at Mooloolaba.

Big names and local faces at Mooloolaba music festival

Peter and Bambi: The comedic side of magic

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Don't miss the hilarious Peter and Bambi

Giving Tweed some financial tips

Real Estate and Property owners Alyce and Ian Kebblewhite are assisting Tweed with their finances.

Elk Realty and Capital help people gain better finances.

Yaru Water recognised as a business of tomorrow

WATER SUPPLY: Kevin Robinson, Irene Martin, Shaun Martin, Brad Crosthwaite  and Tessa Martin at Yaru Water facility which won this year's Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow award.

Yaru Water receives recognition in national award.

The best of leftover meals at Sunnyside Mall

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Murwillumbah shops helping customers save.

Tweed's very own pet paradise

PET FRIENDLY: Lisa Medson with Ming at the Tweed Heads South Pet Store.

Store gives animals the royal treatment.

Council says 'air tax' is nothing new

DINING OUT: Mullumbimby Middle Pub

Photo: Lou Thompson

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Small business owners threatened with an 'air tax'

Plenty of space for business in Tweed Heads

SHARING IDEAS: Rossco Paddison is inviting entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.

Creating a place for business to blossom.

Samsung's The Frame turns television into art

The launch of The Frame by Samsung.

The Frame, by Samsung, promises to bring art to a whole new generation. The new...

Fenech says Horn will win

Boxers pose with the WBO World Championship belt.

Jeff Fenech says Jeff Horn has done everything he needs to be World Champion.

Pauline won't say sorry

Senator Pauline Hanson speaking at today’s press conference at Parliament House. Picture: Kym Smith

One Nation leader will not apologise for comments.

Jeff Horn final hitout

Boxer prepares for title fight.

Qld boxer prepares for WBO world welterweight title.

MY18 Subaru XV small SUV road test and review

The new MY18 Subaru XV offers a Toyota Prado-matching 220mm of ground clearance plus a smart X-Mode for traction on slippery surfaces.

Pimp your food with science

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Do you know a 'Mumpreneur'?

Awards ceremony aims to celebrate the achievements of mums in business.

Organisations celebrates hard-working Aussie mums around Australia

Mum explains 'house rules' that sparked Facebook storm

A mum's 'house rules' for her teen.

Mum explains "house rules" after social media backlash

The Frame brings Australian art to your TV

Sarrita King's art features on The Frame, Samsung's new television which looks like a painting.

Artist Sarrita King's lightning works feature in collection

Antarctic expeditioners take icy plunge for solstice

Antarctica expeditioners take a solstice dip in sub-zero water

Popular chocolate recalled from Aldi stores

RECALL: Consumers are being warned about a flavour of Hershey's chocolate with undeclared allergens.

Food Authority moves to recall US brand chocolate bar

Rapper accidentally drops Banksy's real name in interview

THE shine might just have been taken off bling-toothed British rapper Goldie after he appeared to have revealed the identity of mysterious artist Banksy.

Mariah Carey slammed for on-set antics

Mariah Carey’s cameo in the movie The House was reportedly scrapped.

Actor spills the beans on Mariah’s “borderline abusive” behaviour.

Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dead after long illness

Celebrity chef Darren Simpson has died.

Celebrity chef died after battle with an alcohol-related illness

Ellen shames audience member

Ellen shamed an audience member who stole from her gift shop.

TALK show host catches audience member stealing from her gift shop.

Residents powerless to stop Airbnb ‘party houses’

A photo of a bucks party at a short-term rental in the Watergate Apartments in Melbourne’s Docklands, presented to a Victorian parliamentary committee into changes to laws governing short-stay accommodation.

Residents band together to fight the rise of AirBnB 'party houses'

Mining giants in fight that could spell disaster for NQ town

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How two mining companies could ruin this small town

Home owners settling to make way for Mackay Ring Road

The Clarkson family's home was moved just down the road from their former land at Stotts Road, Te Kowai, which was resumed by TMR.

But some are still clinging on, fighting for a better deal

Three historic M'boro hotels on the market

The Lamington Hotel Motel, Maryborough. Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Three historic Maryborough hotels are on the market.

Renters warned about online real estate scam

The scam ad for a property for rent in Albert Park.

Australian renters have been warned about an elaborate scam

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Regional jobs program to be expanded in budget

Support for regional jobs will feature in Tuesday's Queensland budget.

Regional jobs program to be expanded

Anger at Aurizon ad as jobs go in Gladstone

An Aurizon protest in Rockhampton.

Company rejects 'lousy' treatment claims

Adani: Yes it's a coal mine, but it's jobs we need

This bumper sticker has been increasingly appearing in Townsville, in the midst of environmental protests against the Adani mine. Picture: Chris McMahon

Company has been mired in a bitter protest war

Adani jobs to flow almost immediately after approval

Jeyakumar Janakaraj. Photo Chris Lees / Daily Mercury

Extra $1.2 billion a year in economic benefits for Qld economy

'Willing to clean toilets': Mum rejected from 500 jobs

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"I'M not wanting a job, I'm begging for one."

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Hyundai to build pint-size and big daddy SUVs

The new Hyundai Kona is launched in South Korea.

Get set for even more SUVs from Hyundai.

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The Hyundai Kona small SUV will be in Australia by October.

From October Hyundai will have the Kona in showrooms.

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