The Tweed Shire Echo
Echo Publications launched The Tweed Shire Echo, in August 2008, it was forced to close early in 2012. Similar in format and outlook to its sister paper, The Byron Shire Echo, the Tweed Echo campaigned in favour of the environment and against developer-driven government and commercial interests. Along the way it always stood for free speech and personal liberty, scorning the war on drugs and mocking the war on terror. Although the newspaper had strong policies of factual accuracy and openness to correction, it allowed a wide variety of unorthodox opinion to be aired.
The Tweed Echo was based in Murwillumbah and covered the Tweed shire and surrounds. It had a print circulation of 21,000 copies each week.
Tweed Echo Archives
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