Community News

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Telstra service pain

Telstra service pain

Telstra users in Pottsville continue to experience poor mobile phone reception despite being less than half an hour from an international airport.

Plan for Kingscliff is back council's agenda

Plan for Kingscliff is back council's agenda

Council made changes to the draft plan in 2017 to limit medium-density residential zones to 12.2m and business zones to 13.6m

Queensland company could win $7.6M Tweed tourism contract

Queensland company could win $7.6M Tweed tourism contract

Council officers are recommending snubbing Destination Tweed in favour of DR Tourism

Wed 18 Jul 2018

Police ready for Splendour crackdown

Police ready for Splendour crackdown

Police will be cracking down on illegal drug users and dangerous drivers ahead of this weekend's Splendour in the Grass.

Tue 17 Jul 2018

Crime Wrap: Motorbike rider injured after vehicle collision

Crime Wrap: Motorbike rider injured after vehicle collision

A motorbike rider is being treated for serious injuries after he collided with another vehicle in Cabarita.

Tweed police are now wearing body cameras

Tweed police are now wearing body cameras

Body cameras are now being used by Tweed police officers in an effort to improve safety.

Mon 16 Jul 2018

Site selection report for Tweed Valley Hospital revealed

Site selection report for Tweed Valley Hospital revealed

Health Infrastructure has released details on why it rejected three alternative sites in favour of Cudgen for the new $534 million Tweed Valley Hospital.

Trinity's 1-in-10,000 fight

Trinity's 1-in-10,000 fight

Tweed Heads is home to the first bodybuilder with Williams Syndrome.

Tweed students put their engineering skills to the test

Tweed students put their engineering skills to the test

Bogangar Public School students won the STEM competition

Sun 15 Jul 2018

Murwillumbah man arrested following hit and run

Murwillumbah man arrested following hit and run

A Murwillumbah man has been arrested following a hit and run during an alleged street race in Tweed Heads South last weekend.

Sat 14 Jul 2018

Sod turned for TAFE

Sod turned for TAFE

Construction has started on the new TAFE Connected Learning Centre in Murwillumbah.

Grainery closes its doors

Grainery closes its doors

Iconic Murwillumbah business The Grainery has closed after more than 25 years.

Whale watchers warned

Whale watchers warned

Drone operators have been warned to avoid flying close to whales and other marine life or risk facing hefty fines.

Fri 13 Jul 2018

Tweed's indigenous voice are honoured during NAIDOC Week

Tweed's indigenous voice are honoured during NAIDOC Week

Tweed Shire Aboriginal Advisory Committee celebrate 20 years working with council

Thu 12 Jul 2018

Tumbulgum students test community's knowledge

Tumbulgum students test community's knowledge

Tumbulgum Public School is raising money for a new student support officer

New publican pours first beers as iconic pub reopens

New publican pours first beers as iconic pub reopens

The shock closure of the pub in March left many people reminiscing on social media

How you can apply for one of 25 apprenticeships

How you can apply for one of 25 apprenticeships

Essential Energy is running a recruitment drive.

Wed 11 Jul 2018

Vandals put boats in danger

Vandals put boats in danger

Senseless vandalism has jeopardised the radio operators' view of vessels.

Nathan set to take centre stage

Nathan set to take centre stage

Terranora local will live out his dream at the annual Night of Abilities.

Ratepayers spend hundreds cleaning up graffiti in Tweed

Ratepayers spend hundreds cleaning up graffiti in Tweed

Tweed Heads South residents are calling on council to stop graffiti vandals

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