Tomorrow in Tweed Daily News

TOMORROW in Tweed Daily News we reveal the results of our council polls. On Wednesday we asked you to vote on who you think is doing a good job, who you think is doing a bad job and who you think should be mayor. Patrick Williams takes a look at the results and gets the councillors' reaction to them.

Coolangatta Police say they support a proposal to close pubs and clubs by 2am. The measure is being considered by the Queensland Government in a bid to curb alcohol-related violence. The reduction in trading hours is supported by the ambulance officers’ union, the Trauma Committee Australasian Royal College of Surgeons, and the Brisbane City Council. Kirsty Noffke talks to Duty Sergeant Bill Kaz about how the proposal could reduce violence in the area.

Read more in tomorrow's Tweed Daily News.


Councillor backs candidate despite 'great unwashed' comments

Councillor backs candidate despite 'great unwashed' comments

Councillor says people 'too sensitive' after controversial comments.

Tweed hockey stars leading the AHL charge

Tweed hockey stars leading the AHL charge

Crane stars in Australian Hockey League debut.

World class multi purpose boating facility opens in Tweed

World class multi purpose boating facility opens in Tweed

The multi purpose facility was opened on Friday

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