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April 24, 2024

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New data reveals NSW social housing waitlist blowout

A fresh analysis by Homelessness NSW reveals where people are waiting the longest for social housing, sparking calls to double the supply of social homes and boost services funding.

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Heavy music with a bang!

Heavy music is back at The Northern this week, with a bang! Regular Backroom legends Dead Crow and Mudwagon are joined by Dipodium and Northern Rivers locals Liminal and Puff – the plan is to raise the roof on Thursday at The Northern. This is definitely a night, and a mosh, not to miss. Entry is free!

Cr McCarthy versus the macaranga

This morning Ballina Shire Council will hear a motion from Cr Steve McCarthy to remove the native macaranga tree from the list of approved species for planting by Ballina Council and local community groups.

Byron Bay takes second at NSW grade three regional bowls championships

Pam Scarborough Byron Bay’s district winning, grade three pennants bowl team knew they had stepped up a grade when they...

Connecting people, rivers, and the night sky in Kyogle

The youth of Kyogle were asked what their number one priority was and they said it was ‘is looking after the health of the river and they want to be involved in healing it’.

Heart and Song Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra with soprano, Gaynor Morgan

Join us for an enchanting afternoon as Byron Music Society proudly presents ‘Heart and Song.’ Prepare to be immersed in a program meticulously crafted by the Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra, showcasing a world premiere composition. Well-known soprano, Gaynor Morgan, will be premiering a setting of poems by Seamus Heaney and Robert Graves, skilfully arranged for soprano, harp, cello and string orchestra by prominent Northern Rivers musician Nicholas Routley.

Cockroach climate

The cockroaches in the Byron Council offices are experiencing bright daylight at night. They are trying to determine whether...

Murwillumbah is the heart of the Tweed Shire.  With a population of over 8,000 people, it is an historic art deco town with many buildings dating back to 1920.

Located on the banks of the Tweed River and nestled in the volcanic caldera of Mount Warning, Murwillumbah is renowned for its picturesque setting.

Earlier industry focused on cedar getting and dairy farming. However more recently the focus is on sugarcane farming, tourism, light industry, and the creative arts.
Murwillumbah is the commercial capital of the region, with a hospital, medical and health services, banking facilities, accounting professionals, a variety of interesting shops, and several art galleries.  A major draw card to the town is the Tweed Regional Art Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre.

Small and medium businesses are the backbone of the Murwillumbah economy.  We have a well-established light industrial area on the outskirts of town, made up of many very successful businesses, some distributing their products both nationally and internationally.  The CBD of Murwillumbah has a wide variety of shops and interesting places to eat.
Murwillumbah and the surrounding villages are renowned for their creativity with the region having the largest number of artists per capita in Australia

1. Belle M Boutique | 2. Echora | 3. Mavis’ Kitchen & Cabins | 4. Makers & Finders Market | 5. Northern Rivers Property Group | 6. Pulp Fiction | 7. The Foundry | 8. The Regent | 9. Tweed River House | 10. Tweed Regional Gallery | 11. Bolt + Buckle | 12. Chantilly Lace Boutique


1. Belle M Boutique

Take advantage of great bargains in their summer stock clearance, with 50% off summer clothing and shoes, while stocks last!
Beautiful colors, cool fabrics and styles to suit most occasions.
Their European made shoes are of highest quality leather, sizes from 36–42.
New autumn arrivals are available in-store now.

02 6672 1224
114 Main Street, Murwillumbah
@Belle M Boutique


2. Echora

Echora is one of the Northern Rivers’s most beautiful stores. A lovingly restored riverside commercial building, it is adorned with creative recycled timber and copper fittings against old brick walls and stocked with a thoughtfully curated range of high quality, luxurious, natural and sustainable linen and soft beechwood (Modal fabric) women’s clothing, leather bags, carefully sourced natural bodycare products and local ceramics.
Their ethos is easy, ethical and elegant. The materials are sustainably sourced, designs are created to be beautiful and enduring and they focus on pieces that you can use every day. Visit them to connect with beautiful and useful items in a unique regional store.

7 Prospero St, South Murwillumbah

Mavis Kitchen Cabins

3. Mavis’ Kitchen & Cabins

Mavis’ Kitchen is a restaurant, eco-accommodation, organic produce garden and providore located at the base of Wollumbin.
Immerse yourself in nature in their lush gardens and rainforest setting, whether you’re visiting for lunch, a seven-course degustation, a picnic by the creek, or staying in their cabins admiring the views from your private deck.
Picture waking up to breakfast on the veranda of this 100-year-old beauty, looking out over manicured gardens and stunning views of the mountain.
Stroll through the produce garden to see what the chefs are harvesting;
always a new experience, changing with the seasons.
Go for a dip in the natural swimming holes and bring your fur babies along for the ride.
Romantic getaways and events are crafted by The Mavis’ Kitchen team to create cherished memories for families, lovers, and friends.

02 6679 5664
64 Mt Warning Rd, Uki


4. Makers & Finders Market

Makers & Finders brings growers, artists and vintage collectors together in a creative pop-up precinct in Murwillumbah on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Take the time to relax in beautiful Knox Park, enjoy live music and grab a bite to eat while the children play in the huge adventure park.

Knox Park, Murwillumbah

Northern Rivers Property Group

5. Northern Rivers Property Group

Murwillumbah has always been home for us. There’s just something so special about the Northern Rivers that really captures the heart and we love sharing this beautiful lifestyle with our clients.
Paul Stobbie and Adrianna Jenkins have a combined 25 years of real estate sales and leasing experience. Over the years they have fine-tuned what they do to become the primary market shareholders in the area, continuing to achieve exceptional results highlighting the Northern Rivers lifestyle.
If you’re looking to buy, sell or lease in our stunning area, contact Paul or Adrianna to help guide you through the process.

Northern Rivers Property Group
m: 0448 191 351 | 0422 265 871
Suite 2A Warina Walk Arcade,
114 Murwillumbah St, Murwillumbah

Pulp Fiction

6. Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction Murwillumbah is a treasure trove for the daringly darling, the romantically rebellious, and anyone who loves a far-out-and-funky find. Filled wall-to-wall with an extensive, eclectic, pre-loved book collection and forever-loved designer and vintage clothing, Pulp Fiction has your holiday season covered with gift cards and deals in store. Find them at 309 Tweed Valley Way from 10am to 4pm, seven days a week. Cash and card welcome. Book exchange 50 per cent of market value. Rare and valuable book collection available on request.

0403 169 616
309 Tweed Valley Way, Murwillumbah

The Foundry

7. Delights at The Foundry

This news, lifestyle & gift emporium boasts a carefully selected range of luxurious and versatile gifting options for the entire family – all within a restored 1908 building.
Seeking gifting inspiration for someone special? Your senses will be engaged and excited as you browse the beautiful range of giftware, home fragrances, gardening accessories, cards, magazines and books, diaries and journals, toys, games, confectionery, local tourist mementos and more.
Easter delights and old school favourites are now in store. There has never been a better time to explore The Foundry Murwillumbah.

The Foundry Murwillumbah – News, Lifestyle & Gift Emporium
90 Murwillumbah Street, Murwillumbah
Facebook | Instagram: @thefoundrymurwillumbah

The Regent

8. The Regent

A cultural icon and jewel of the Tweed’s creative crown, The Regent is an authentic, art deco 260-seat theatre in the heart of Murwillumbah. Owner, Allira Cornell, and a dedicated crew create a diverse, inclusive, and vibrant venue while nurturing the legacy of this historic building.
Nestled in the M|Arts precinct, with recent refurbishment and technical upgrades, The Regent is a one-stop hub for films, live performances and vibrant events. It hosts workshops, music, theatre and visual art, as well as a rich schedule of blockbuster and arthouse films.
The licensed bar, roomy balcony and traditional tiered seating offer a comfy and lively ambience for great movies and a growing program of high-quality touring artists. Join them this Autumn for a packed roster of weekend live shows and the ongoing Balcony Sessions, showcasing rich local talent every Friday and Saturday. They look forward to welcoming you soon!

5 Brisbane St,

Tweed River House

9. Autumn dining at Tweed River House

Celebrate the best of the Northern Rivers’ fine produce on a seasonal journey as the chef recreates the great nouvelle cuisine classics of the provinces of France.
Dine in the century-old Dining Room under elegant, pressed tin ceilings, or the River Terrace, overlooking the Tweed River with sweeping hinterland views.
The riverside Lawn Bar is ideal for a drink and light bar food.

02 6672 5269
131 River St. Murwillumbah South


Tweed Regional Gallery

10. Tweed Regional Gallery

Calling all artists!
Would you like to exhibit at Tweed Regional Gallery?
The PLATFORM exhibition program at Tweed Regional Gallery provides artists of the region with a unique opportunity to present their work in a professional venue.
Applications are now open for solo artists or groups who live in Tweed, Kyogle, Byron, Ballina, Scenic Rim Shires, Lismore or Gold Coast City.
Tweed Regional Gallery strongly encourages First Nations artists, artists from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, deaf and disabled artists, and LGBTQIA+ artists to apply.
For more information and to apply visit the gallery website. Applications for 2024–2025 exhibitions close on Sunday 14 May.
Image credit: Kate Holmes

02 6670 2790
2 Mistral Rd,
Murwillumbah South

Bolt + Buckle

11. Bolt + Buckle

It’s an accepted fact that men are hard to buy for. Well… it used to be… until Bolt + Buckle came along and they are now the self-professed ‘men are so hard to buy for’ store.
Opening nearly a year ago, Bolt + Buckle has quickly established itself as the ‘go to’ shop for men’s gifts and fashion in the Tweed, all presented beautifully with a rustic industrial fit-out in the art-deco Austral building.
People far and wide have fallen in love with this store, and it’s easy to see why, the moment you walk through the door. A warm, welcoming vibe, a feeling of quality, and a wide, eclectic range that creates a sense of discovery with every step. You’ll find quirky gifts, the latest fashion and a range of rustic leather goods.
Bolt + Buckle is a must-visit store on your next trip to Murwillumbah.

02 6608 3645
11 Commercial Road, Murwillumbah

Chantilly Lace Boutique

12. Chantilly Lace Boutique

A unique collection of Australian and European labels, with timeless and statement pieces for all occasions.
Azure & Indigo, Banana Blue, Desigual, Joseph Ribkoff, King Louie, Lulu Soul, Naudic, Noa Noa, Odd Molly, Olga De Polga, One Season, POM, Ruby Yaya, Totem.
Visit for a personal shopping experience with in-house stylists.

02 6672 3221
4 Wharf Street, Murwillumbah

Domestic violence service calls for urgent action to address crisis

Relationships Australia NSW is calling for urgent intervention from the NSW government to address men’s violence against women, following the horrific murder of Molly Ticehurst.

Menacing dog declaration revoked

After an emotional deputation from the owner of the dog involved, Ballina Shire Council has this morning revoked a menacing dog declaration for the kelpie Lilo, which was brought into effect following a bite in July 2022.

More Byron CBD height exceedance approved

Two multi-storey mixed-use developments with a combined value of $36.2 million have been approved for the centre of Byron Bay, despite both exceeding height limits for that part of the Shire.

eSafety commissioner granted legal injunction as X refuses to hide violent content

Australia’s Federal Court has granted the eSafety commissioner a two-day legal injunction to compel X, Elon Musk’s social media platform, to hide posts showing graphic content of the Wakeley church stabbing in Sydney.