Did you know all cats and dogs need to be microchipped and lifetime registered under NSW law? Tweed Shire Council has organised a Microchipping Day this Saturday to ensure pet owners are meeting their legal requirements.
During a search of a vehicle stopped at Banora Point yesterday, police allegedly located three mobile phones, a card skimming device, about 50 sim cards, a laptop and about 20 thumb drives plus Visa debit cards.
Lindy Smith,Tweed Heads. The NSW government in defiance of proper transparency again has only released a summary report on its site selection for a new Tweed hospital. Again it is biased, with assessment of issues in the negative for other... Read More →
Police are seeking help from the public after they established that a Murwillumbah house owned by a church charity was deliberately set alight on Monday.
Tweed Shire Council will next week consider a rescission motion on an approval granted earlier this month for a major redevelopment of the Chinderah Tavern site.
Home gardeners, landscape architects and those who are passionate about bush regeneration can now jump online and use the new Tweed-Byron Native Species Planting Guide to choose the right plant for the right place.
A multi-million-dollar Murwillumbah Connected Learning Centre will ‘significantly increase and expand the number of courses available’, according to Lismore MP Thomas George. But the Labor candidate disagrees.
Lismore’s Friends of the Koala says it’s not too late to prevent koalas going extinct in the wild on the North Coast – but our window of opportunity is rapidly closing.
Police are appealing for public assistance after a pedestrian was seriously injured in a crash in Tweed Heads South overnight.
The death of around 500 bass at Clarrie Hall Dam was a ‘natural event’ according to Tweed Shire Council. About 500 fish were found dead in the deepest part of the dam, near the spillway on Friday. The fish have... Read More →
The Tweed Water Alliance has called for one of the Shire’s water extraction permits to be cancelled after what the group alleges are multiple ongoing breaches, including the use of massive b-double tankers on narrow country roads.
Rather than removing dead trees in parks, Tweed Shire Council has engaged specialist contractors to turn the trees into ‘wildlife habitat high-rises’.
The controversial original Kingscliff site for the Tweed Valley Hospital has been reconfirmed following a reselection process by NSW Health Infrastructure.
Barbara Joy Roughan, Kingscliff. Which politician is lying to us now? On Saturday, minister Brad Hazzard announced the controversial choice of Kingscliff/Cudgen will be the site of the new, much needed Tweed Valley Hospital. He insists it’s a matter of... Read More →
Lismore MP Thomas George has announced funding has been set aside for major upgrades at two public schools in Murwillumbah in today’s NSW Budget.
The NSW Environmental Trust has announced grants totalling almost $100,000 to educate farmers about sustainable practices and improve land management in the Tweed.
The prospect of locating a hospital on prime Cudgen farmland has a seen group of locals jumping into bed with developer Leda Holdings, which is making a play to have the hospital at Kings Forest.
Tweed Shire Council inspectors yesterday inspected the controversial Hewittville private forestry site at Limpinwood and have given assurances that logging has not resumed despite the concerns of some locals.
World champion triathlete Bill Chaffey recently highlighted the recent Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as a positive example of access and inclusion at an event. Can the Tweed Shire go one better?
Tweed Mayor Katie Milne, has welcomed a $370,000 commitment from the NSW Government to build a koala holding facility at Pottsville. But Lismore-based Friends of the Koala have questioned the wisdom of the site’s location and wonder why they weren’t consulted.
Jim’ a disabled pensioner living in the Tweed, was paid a surprise middle-of-the-night visit on Friday by local police to inquire as to his ‘mental state’ and whether or not he had imported the euthanasia drug Nembutal.
When local man Zac Grace and three mates signed up to have their head's shaved to raise money for Cancer Council NSW last month they were hoping to secure $1,500 for the cause.
Tweed Shire Council has had to renew an appeal to motorists to keep their cool if they are delayed at roadworks following the third reported incident of motorist aggression and assault of Tweed road workers this year.
Two divers have been rescued after going missing in the water near Tweed Heads.
Tweed Shire’s long running agricultural show is the subject of Tweed Regional Museum’s latest exhibition: Chutney, Chooks and Champions.