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February 25, 2021

Kingscliff Holiday Park limps on

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‘Hollywood’ drug squads over the top

I guess we have to thank Hollywood for the enduring myth that a black-clad squad of elite 'blokes', preferably with cool helicopters, from the capital are needed to crack down on really serious crime in hick parts of the country like Mullumbimby.

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Cut it down – Tweed Councillors at odds over future of forest red gum

‘We should be active and take the tree down,’ Cr Polglase told the Tweed Shire Council meeting last Thursday, referring to a significant forest red gum and koala food tree in Tweed Heads West.

Historical Museum shows off its knickers

There is plenty to find out about our ancestors’ ‘intimate apparel’ while you visit the museum and its monthly market, which will be taking place on Saturday.

Jaimini hut

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Wonderful Council

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Right to die

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Pottsville’s controversial Men’s Shed extension to be advertised

The controversial Men’s Shed at Black Rocks Sports Fields in Pottsville is seeking to expand its footprint 12m to the west.

The Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park has partially reopened following serious winter erosion.

Just one cabin and three onsite vans are available for bookings. Two villas were moved to the Kingscliff North Holiday Park, and can be booked from later this month.

Five cabins threatened by the erosion have been sold and were removed last week.

The park is to be redeveloped in 2013 so it was not considered viable to relocate the cabins.

Part of the temporary fence on the beachfront will be replaced with a ‘more attractive permanent fence’, according to Tweed Shire Council.


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