Community News

Mon 5 Nov 2018

Lismore candidate seeks truth about water extraction

Lismore candidate seeks truth about water extraction

Nationals candidate seeking an independent review into the industry.

GALLERY: Murwillumbah puts on a jolly good show

GALLERY: Murwillumbah puts on a jolly good show

More volunteers needed for 2019 Murwillumbah Show

Mayor joins hospital protest as work begins at Cudgen site

Mayor joins hospital protest as work begins at Cudgen site

Nearly 100 protesters attempted to block work from starting at the Tweed Valley Hospital site in Cudgen

Fri 2 Nov 2018

Murwillumbah Show set to win hearts this weekend

Murwillumbah Show set to win hearts this weekend

Don't miss a minute of the action at the showgrounds this weekend

Thu 1 Nov 2018

From near death to nurse

From near death to nurse

Student works with ICU staff who saved her life.

Penalty rate rebellions

Penalty rate rebellions

Tweed clubs reject slashes to worker rates.

Council set to adopt changes to move rail trail along

Council set to adopt changes to move rail trail along

Plans to establish the Northern Rivers Rail Trail are gathering speed

'Very lucky': Crews set to retrieve man's capsized boat

'Very lucky': Crews set to retrieve man's capsized boat

MARINE Rescue's Ballina vessel will today attempt to retrieve a boat that capsized north-east off Brunswick Heads yesterday.

Wed 31 Oct 2018

Truck rollover outside Murwillumbah causes traffic delays

Truck rollover outside Murwillumbah causes traffic delays

Emeregency services attended the scene early this morning

Tweed Daily News lives on in history

Tweed Daily News lives on in history

Don't miss the 130-year anniversary edition of Tweed Daily News on Saturday, November 3

Tue 30 Oct 2018

10 myths surrounding the Tweed Valley Hospital

10 myths surrounding the Tweed Valley Hospital

Health Infrastructure addresses "rumours and misinformation" in newsletter.

Incredible story of how this dog found her way home

Incredible story of how this dog found her way home

FOR four weeks Charlotte Shepherd desperately searched the Northern Rivers for her lost dog. She'd almost given up... but then something amazing happened.

WATCH: Tweed doctors speak about new hospital

WATCH: Tweed doctors speak about new hospital

"We're very aware of the limited services we can provide the community at the moment."

Mooball Creek still under surveillance after sand blockage

Mooball Creek still under surveillance after sand blockage

"Until they fix the wall up I don't think you'll stop the creek from blocking up again,”

Funeral held for beloved surf life saver

Funeral held for beloved surf life saver

WITH "much sadness", the Surf Life Saving community farewelled one of its stalwarts, a man described as a "mentor and good friend".

Mon 29 Oct 2018

Council on track to start Northern Rivers Rail Trail project

Council on track to start Northern Rivers Rail Trail project

The 24km Northern Rivers Rail Trail Tweed section will be from Murwillumbah to Crabbes Creek

Men getting on with the job

Men getting on with the job

The Pottsville Men's Shed has almost doubled its membership since it opened in February.

Uki community takes a stand against water extraction

Uki community takes a stand against water extraction

The protest follows council approval of an application to extra 24 megalitres of water annually from a Uki property

Bustling business inspires new Chamber board

Bustling business inspires new Chamber board

Kingscliff and District Chamber of Commerce has elected its new board

Flight path concerns for northern NSW

Flight path concerns for northern NSW

New paths to increase noise for residents

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