Stage star to say goodbye to Sinatra on the Tweed

Tom Burlinson has performed Sinatra shows for 20 years.

"I'm excited about doing the stuff that comes out of me”

Council raises the rainbow flag

FLYING: The rainbow flag.

Council shows support for same-sex marriage.

Green light for improved safety measures

A timed red arrow for pedestrian safety will be installed at a tricky Tweed intersection.

Pedestrians will soon feel a little bit safer at one Tweed crossing

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Story Dogs share tales of native fauna

A story focussing on the Tweed Valley's native fauna will help children to forge strong reading skills

Flood-affected residents starting to feel stress, anxiety

Cyclone Debbie' influence went far and wide, these floods near Lismore, NSW.

The six month mark is when reality starts hitting home

Museum rings in a new era

Tweed Regional Museum director Judy Kean, Tweed Heads Historical Society president Ross Johnson and Tweed mayor Katie Milne at the re-opened Tweed museum on Sunday, October 15.

Visitors can soak up the Tweed's history from a new perspective

Marking 100 years of school at Stokers Siding

PARTY: Today's students from Stokers Siding Public School get ready for the 100th anniversary.

Help celebrate 100 years with the community.

Gales Holdings offers alternative plan for Kingscliff

PLAN: Gales Holdings' proposal for Kingscliff's western precinct. The proposed urban parkland (green circles) would replace the melaleuca area in contention.

A look into what's on the drawing board.

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How this boy went from a healthy baby to quadriplegic

'There is every chance that with the right equipment and therapy that Cooper may walk or talk': Mother's hope for three-year-old son determined to defy the...

REVEALED: Who are the 2017 NCEIA Dolphin Awards finalists?

WANTED: The Dolphin Award trophy.

The awards ceremony will be held in Ballina later this month

CANCELLED: Macy Gray ditches gig just hours before show

TOURING: American singer Macy Gray.

"We are very disappointed ... we are apologetic"

Byron Bay Film Festival: 5 gems not to be missed

HIT: A scene from the movie Loving Vincent, the first ever fully painted feature film. Supplied by Madman Films.

Our pick of the most interesting films of this year's selection

Concerns for new Coolangatta beach festival

SandTunes on Coolangatta Beach on December 1-2, 2018 will be the largest event of its kind to be staged on a Gold Coast beach, feature two stages and cater for up to 35,000 people on the stretch of sand between Kirra and Greenmount.

35,000 are expected to descend onto Coolangatta Beach.

Tweed's king of the donuts reminisces

YUMMY: Barry Hardcastle from Tweed City Donut King with a batch of the new product.

A trip down memory lane with donuts.

Glistening success for Tweed gemstone business

SUCCESSFUL STONES: Geological George Casper with some of his famous samples including a fossil from a time gone by.

Fossil seller makes a mark on Tweed.

Market planned for The Cove won't go ahead

COME ALONG:   Michelle Butler, Rita Walter, Chloe Butler, Matt Whalley, Kat Creasey, Jeremy Gudsell, Ranee Lloyd, Shannon Dunn and Tahnee Manning are looking forward to the new market at The Cove.

Market planned for Tweed City Shopping Centre cancelled

Cabarita educator wins regional award

TOP TEACHER: Cabarita's Ruth Tierney has just won the Regional Family Day Care Educator award.

Top 'nurturer' honoured for her efforts in teaching children.

Have your say on the future of drone safety laws

The community has an opportunity to have a say on future drone laws.

Community can weigh in on the future of Australia's drone rules

New Dreamliner for Qantas

Great Southern Land is the first of Qantas’ new Dreamliner aircraft.

Extended range means first non-stop flights from Australia to Europe.

Ashley Bryant's widow speaking outside court

Ashley Bryant's widow Deborah Bryant speaking outside court.

Deborah Bryant feels let down by inquest findings.

Maccas wants to lock up your phone

McDonalds restaurant sign.   Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Fast food giant wants you to put your phone away and be McHappy.

Huawei declares death of the smartphone

FORGET having a smartphone. What you need is an intelligent machine.

Birds are counting on us to count on them

FLIGHT OF FANCY: BirdLife Australia's Dr Golo Maurer enjoys taking his children birdwatching.

The Aussie Backyard Bird Count is an ideal activity for families

Cooking confusion? Ask Donna Hay

Get in there ... ask Donna Hay what to do in the kitchen.

NEED some expert advice in the kitchen? Now’s your chance to get it

'Christmas miracle' mum needs triple transplant to live

Belinda Dunstan is weighing up whether the risks of a triple transplant are too high.

"The potential is the inevitable will happen and I will pass away"

Riding into a bright future

CYCLE OF LIFE: Taking part in different activities can teach children persistence and other valuable life lessons.

Experiences open up the world to kids

WATCH: Close encounter with killer whales off Byron Bay

Screenshot from a video of orcas off Byron Bay.

Incredible footage of orcas just 1km off the Byron Bay coast

Getting fit killed sex drive of these four women


The one place that isn’t their strong point is the bedroom

Most impressive looking game I’ve seen

FORZA 7 is definitely a candidate for game of the year and, in one area, it stands head and shoulders above the rest.

INXS slam 'unauthorised' Michael Hutchence documentary

Michael Hutchence.

Music producer disputes claim, says INXS has most to gain.

Lisa Wilkinson’s secret weapon

‘I’m better than OK,’ Wilkinson told reporters this morning in the wake of her shock exit, and move to Channel Ten.

Wilkinson and her agent decided staying with Today wasn’t worth it

Karl and Lisa not worth the money

Karl Stefanovic

Is Karl Stefanovic overpaid? Is the pope a Catholic?

Going long-term in property? Women invest the best

Susan Farquhar

Investing in property? Trust a woman

Open space re-zoned for future housing development

File photo.

Developer wins approval for re-zoning of open space

Tourism or terrorism? The short-term holiday let debacle

For lease signs

Short-term holiday lets get group hot under the colour

What school leavers must do to land a job

School leavers who want a job next year must start preparing now.

School is ending - here is how to become workforce ready

Which state has the highest salary?

Mining, resources and energy workers are some of the best paid in Australia

Which state has the highest salary?

The top 20 jobs that are most in demand in Australia

There are plenty of jobs for pizza cooks in Australia.

Finding a job depends greatly on where you're looking for one

How to nail that job interview

Congratulations on landing a job interview - now it is time to nail it.

Impress with some simple preparation

Dream crushed as 'no one wants to hire a foreigner'

Suzan Aliny.. "My children are very sad to leave their school already."

Skilled migrant speaks out about employment difficulties

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ROAD TEST: Renault Megane GT Wagon has some wallop

The Renault Megane GT Wagon is available for $42,490 drive-away.

The Renault Megane GT Wagon put to the family test.

It's time to stop and take a breath when driving

Don't stop in the name of love, rather stop for the safety of yourself and other road users.

You must come to a complete stop at a stop sign.

LONG-TERM ROAD TEST: Hyundai i30 SR Premium

The long-term Hyundai i30 SR Premium has proven equally as impressive as an SUV.

The Hyundai i30 SR Premium carries family load.

Gabriel Gate handles the heat of Paris driving kitchen

Chef Gabriel Gate.

We catch up with Gabriel Gate about his driving past.

ROAD TEST: 2018 Volvo XC60 has fine family lineage

The new Volvo XC60.

New Volvo XC60 borrows from fine technology from the XC90.

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