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Tue 11 Dec 2018

Coolangatta is the place for planespotting

Coolangatta is the place for planespotting

"When ever I am at an airport, I have my camera ready to take something different.”

Raise your voice at Carols by the Coast

Raise your voice at Carols by the Coast

Santa will be making a special visit to Kingscliff tonight

Interlock drink driving laws expanded

Interlock drink driving laws expanded

The use of electronic breath testing devices, connected to a vehicle's ignition, has been expanded.

Mon 10 Dec 2018

Police investigate vandalism at Tweed Valley Hospital site

Police investigate vandalism at Tweed Valley Hospital site

"Whoever did damage all of the geological equipment should hang their head in shame”

World Cup victory is in sight for hockey star

World Cup victory is in sight for hockey star

Murwillumbah star Dylan Wotherspoon through to quarter-finals with Kookaburras

Car crash delays radio station major prize milestone

Car crash delays radio station major prize milestone

"It's got so many people frustrated and I know they'll be kicking themselves and perhaps me”

Sun 9 Dec 2018

Try eating mindfully this holiday season

Try eating mindfully this holiday season

Living Naturally with Olwen Anderson: How you can take steps to manage your festive feasting.

Thu 6 Dec 2018

'We will put Cudgen plan to death': Labor

'We will put Cudgen plan to death': Labor

NSW Opposition Leader Michael Daley has reconfirmed Labor will build the new hospital at Kings Forest.

Four things to do this week

Four things to do this week

There's so much going on this week across the Tweed

Race is on to resurrect popular Speed on Tweed

Race is on to resurrect popular Speed on Tweed

Organisers pushing for a return of the Festival of Speed on Tweed are in a race against the clock to secure funding for the event.

Wed 5 Dec 2018

Meet the Greens' pick for Tweed

Meet the Greens' pick for Tweed

The NSW elections will be held on March 23, 2019.

Aus Post to deliver 150,000 letters to the North Pole

Aus Post to deliver 150,000 letters to the North Pole

Whether you have been naughty or nice, local kids are being urged to make sure they post their Christmas wishlists to the North Pole before December 14.

South Murwillumbah flood land switch floated by council

South Murwillumbah flood land switch floated by council

"We are procrastinating and have to decide whether it is financially beneficial for us to leave”

Another year of success at the Kingscliff Triathlon

Another year of success at the Kingscliff Triathlon

The 18th Kingscliff triathlon saw more than 1200 athletes and 150 junior athletes competing for the title

Keep looking for the right support

Keep looking for the right support

The more comfortable and accepted you feel with the practitioner, the more you are likely to open up

When Santa will drop in at Coolangatta

When Santa will drop in at Coolangatta

The big, red jolly man will be dropping into Coolangatta with style at this year’s carols event. Here's when you can spot him in the skies.

Provest 'will be worried' after Victorian election

Provest 'will be worried' after Victorian election

"All Coalition members will be checking their undies after the election in Victoria”

How much rain will hit the Coast today?

How much rain will hit the Coast today?

Pack the umbrella today because the rain is coming to the Coast as showers and storms move across the city today.

Scary number of drivers falling asleep while driving

Scary number of drivers falling asleep while driving

A staggering number of NSW drivers have nodded off behind the wheel for a “microsleep” that can last as little as one second but still have deadly consequences.

Tue 4 Dec 2018

Fisherman rescued after capsizing off Brunswick Heads

Fisherman rescued after capsizing off Brunswick Heads

The importance of logging on and logging off was highlighted when a fisherman in his runabout capsized offshore.

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