Smoke haze over Tweed has blown in from elsewhere

THE smoky haze lingering over the Tweed is nothing to fear, according to the authorities.

Tweed Heads fireman Steve Purcell said nothing had been reported.

He said it was possible the wind was blowing the smoke in from somewhere else.

"Where we are on the coast here it can go out to sea and come back in again," he said.

"It follows the valley over to Fingal."

Murwillumbah fire captain Greg Hayes said there was no smoke in his area of command.

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