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Council considering water testing in Nymboida catchment

CLARENCE Valley Council is looking into conducting water testing around the Nymboida catchment.

It was approached by Bellingen Shire Council to team up with it and Coffs Harbour City Council to carry out independent testing in the Wild Cattle Creek area due to Anchor Resources Ltd exploring a potential antimony resource.

The council will receive a report on the potential cost before making a final decision.

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Order to cease all logging in Limpinwood

A group of protesters outside of Tweed Shire Council in Tweed are concerned about the impact logging in Limpinwood is having on koalas.

Council will discuss the matter further at this week's meeting.

Surfscene: Next generation powering through

Jaggar Bartholomew won the opening round of the under-18 Queensland State Juniors at D'bah.

"I'm off to the World Titles, so this was a great warm up”

How SEQ commuters are costing their employers millions

The Pacific Motorway and Bruce Highway are the scene of frequent accidents that further impact productivity.

An average of 41,000 workers commute to and from the city for work.

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