Community News

Tue 22 May 2018

Farmers back developer

Farmers back developer

The new Tweed Valley Hospital site should be in Kings Forest, according to Cudgen farmers and some Kingscliff community members.

Check out this week's Tweed Link

Check out this week's Tweed Link

Learn more about what's going on throughout the Tweed Shire in this week's council newsletter

Time to end the divide over our hospital

Time to end the divide over our hospital

Tweed Daily News to host next community meeting

VIDEO: Police confirm driver died at scene of fiery crash

VIDEO: Police confirm driver died at scene of fiery crash

UPDATE: Police have confirmed a person, believed to be male, was killed in a single-vehicle collision.

Mon 21 May 2018

Council backs plan to honour Murwillumbah soldier's memory

Council backs plan to honour Murwillumbah soldier's memory

Take a look at some of the things council approved this week.

Crime wrap: Drunk drivers crash into parked cars

Crime wrap: Drunk drivers crash into parked cars

Two separate drunk drivers got behind the wheel and crashed into parked cars on the weekend, police allege.

Man tries to grab cop's gun during vicious assault

Man tries to grab cop's gun during vicious assault

A vicious assault by a man with metal pole who tried to snatch a police firearm in Byron Bay late on Friday night has seen two officers injured.

Fri 18 May 2018

Council to consult community over Tweed Valley Hospital site

Council to consult community over Tweed Valley Hospital site

All seven councillors will be joining the Tweed Council Reference Group

Fears over delay

Fears over delay

There is a real risk of losing the new Tweed Valley Hospital if the ongoing battle about the proposed site continues, Tweed community members say.

Join the Murwillumbah Art Trail

Join the Murwillumbah Art Trail

The Murwillumbah Art Trail is back again

Celebrating the royal wedding in Kingscliff style

Celebrating the royal wedding in Kingscliff style

Join in the wedding celebrations at Brothers Cafe

Tweed fireys put out welcome mat

Tweed fireys put out welcome mat

Fire stations across the Tweed will throw open their doors today to give communities a chance to check out the fire trucks and meet their local firefighters.

'No-one wants high rise buildings': Council

'No-one wants high rise buildings': Council

"THE council needs to make sure planning controls for the town centre are appropriate and in keeping with what the community wants".

Thu 17 May 2018

Lucky jackpot win for Pottsville man

Lucky jackpot win for Pottsville man

A Pottsville man is looking forward to a good feed after discovering he is $100,000 richer after winning the latest Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.

Suspicious package given all clear after hazmat crews called

Suspicious package given all clear after hazmat crews called

Nullum st has been cordoned off by emergency services.

Wed 16 May 2018

Uncertainty continues over short term holiday letting policy

Uncertainty continues over short term holiday letting policy

The NSW Government is expected to release its STHL policy later this year

Take a trip down memory lane on miniature steam trains

Take a trip down memory lane on miniature steam trains

Train enthusiasts won't want to miss the fun day at Tropical Fruit World

Honouring a soldier, air pollution on council's agenda

Honouring a soldier, air pollution on council's agenda

Check out what's on this week's council agenda

Tue 15 May 2018

South Sea Islanders call for Australian Government apology

South Sea Islanders call for Australian Government apology

The South Sea Islander community has echoed calls for the Australian Government to apologise for decades of blackbirding.

207 kit homes recalled by Bunnings

207 kit homes recalled by Bunnings

BUNNINGS said every customer affected by the recall will be personally contacted, with electricians to visit impacted homes.

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