UPDATED: Shooting victim known to police but 'not bikie'

The man presented at Tweed Hospital with single shot to the torso.

TWEED-BYRON police claim yesterday's fatal shooting of a man was not related to...

NSW tags its 100th white shark off north coast

Teams tag shark.

Kingy shark listening station has another great white to monitor

Nine goal haul helps Tigers bounce back

Gun Tweed Coast Tigers' recruit Glen Phelps kicked a season best nine goals last week, but will be missed against Lismore.

"It was a really good win and hopefully something we can build on”






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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 blueprint 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!?

Ain’t no mountain high enough

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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

You loved the film, now you're about to love the musical. Don't miss The Bodyguard The Musical in Brisbane this July.

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

Nature: the best learning tool

NATURE EXPLORERS Igniting Learning Naturally

The controversy surrounding the Byron Bypass

The route of Byron Bay's new CBD bypass.

Byron Bypass is on the agenda again for today's Council meeting.

Byron council may consider taxes amid Airbnb tourist surges

Airbnb letting is popular in the Byron Shire, but is a big concern for residents and council.

Byron Bay councillor wants register and 'bed tax'

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.

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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

AFTER HOURS, CLOSE TO DAWN: Melbourne rock band Kingswood will bring their new album plus old hits to Splendour in the Grass 2017.

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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Bundy mum blogging to get families offline

A BUNDABERG mum is on a mission to help parents and children take a breather from social media.

Shoes make difference to kids in Zambia

MANY SHOES: Toowoomba Grammar School's Adrian Irwin and Fairholme College's Libby Stumer with shoes collected for children in Zambia.

Students are making a difference, creating a new project

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

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

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

GOOD FOOD: Todd Shadbolt , Beau Nolan, Arron  Collinson , Jiah   Spinks-Summerell , Jill  McKenzie and Oliver Bonham at Sunnyside  Meats are helping customers save money this winter.

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.

Lightning gala awards night

Stephen and Kellie Holdsworth at the Caloundra Event Centre for the Sunshine Coast Lightning end of season gala event.

Lightning gala awards night

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.

‘I peed myself at my friend’s wedding’

SIX weeks after Alice Craigie gave birth to her son Milton, she and her husband had their first big baby-free outing at a friend’s wedding.

Boy’s Aussie operation after penis accidentally amputated

Benson Wasswa, 8, was forced to use a catheter and bag for the past two years after a Ugandan hospital accidentally amputated his penis. Picture: Pic Jono Searle

Eight-year-old Benson Wasswa was forced to use a catheter

Toyota offers a bright orange 86 special edition track toy

No extra engine power, but Toyota's limited edition 86 should be a better track toy with bigger brakes and improved suspension. It's quite bright, too.

Toyota offering 60 special 86s with improved brakes and suspension

'He just wants friends': dad says Hanson comments hurt

Xavier Grayson, 7, has autism and "loves school", says his dad Ben.

LISMORE single dad Ben Grayson has been rallying for four years to find out what’s...

What happens to your body when you run?

GET MOVING: The Chronicle's Kick the Kilos challenge starts today.

Understanding the effects running has on your body is vital

OPINION: Pauline's right, autistic kids need own schools

Shaun Berrigan with daughter Imogen.

Pauline Hanson is on the right track with the autism debate.

Coloured tags for dogs to prevent attacks

NEW IDEA: Bruce Kelson (inset) wants to introduce coloured tags as law for people who own dogs to try and prevent canines attacking each other.

Colour-coded tags for big and small dogs could become the law

Talk show host’s phone call takes heartbreaking turn

ANYTHING can happen on live TV — one chat show segment took such an incredible turn it’s still referenced as a landmark television moment to this day.

Why streaming movies will cost more from July 1

Australians can expect to pay more for streaming services such as Netflix when the new taxes kick in.

The new taxes from July 1 won’t hurt the MPs’ big pay rise

What's on the small screen this week

Ryan Shelton in a scene from True Story with Hamish & Andy.

HAMISH and Andy hear another funny story and Cleverman returns.

Digging down to find Clare

Australian actress and singer Clare Bowen, who got her big break on the US TV series Nashville, is touring Australia with her solo album.

After five years on Nashville it’s time to tell her own stories.

Gateway to $3 billion, 4800 home new Coast city opens

The start of Peter Crosby Way at Sippy Downs, the northern access into the Harmony master-planned community at Palmview.

Palmview's $3b master-planned community of Harmony

Millionaire Nathan Birch to offload $55M in property

Nathan Birch wants to focus more on developing properties.

Sydney property investor has announced he is selling up

Fame factor boosts property prices in Byron

The stunning Clarke's Beach in Byron Bay.

House prices surge by an incredible 39.5% in star-studded area

Grass is greener for Warwick real estate

Warwick's rural charm and affordable property prices are enticing buyers from Brisbane.

Quality houses for half the price of Brisbane attracting interest

Builders relish Coast's growing construction rates

The Coast's average house price has risen from by more than $10,000 in the past three years to $507,100.

House numbers and values are rising on the Coast

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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

FINAL PLEA: Mum of two Kelli Johnstone has gone public about her year-long struggle to find a job.

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

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MY18 Subaru XV small SUV road test and review

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: The new MY18 Subaru XV offers a Toyota Prado-matching 220mm of ground clearance plus a smart X-Mode for traction on slippery surfaces. It starts from $27,990 before on-roads.

A small SUV with serious off-road clout? Enter Subaru's new XV

Long tailed Jaguar confirmed for Australia

LONG TAIL: We didn't receive the previous generation Jaguar XF wagon, but the revamped model is headed Down Under late this year.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake due in late 2017

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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