Police have seized large amounts of stolen property during a search at the home of a member of the Lone Wolf outlaw motorcycle gang in Chinderah and subsequently at a Kingscliff storage unit.
Labor’s Justine Elliot and Walt Secord, together with Tweed councillor Reece Byrnes, have called on the state government to ‘release a full list of the alternative sites considered for a new Tweed Hospital’.
Two men and a woman have been charged with drug, fraud and firearms offences after a police raid on a unit in Kingscliff on Friday night.
A Tweed shire councillor says the NSW government’s preferred site for a half-billion dollar Tweed Valley Hospital will pave the way for the destruction on prime agricultural land at Cudgen west of Kingscliff.
Always look for a motive, aspiring sleuths are told. And that’s exactly what Tweed Coast author Stephen Senise did when he looked into an infamous crime which gripped London and the world 130 years ago.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten yesterday visited businesses in Murwillumbah to hear about recovery efforts a year on from the devastating floods which impacted heavily on Tweed, Byron and Lismore shires.
One of the key findings of a survey conducted among Murwillumbah residents last year was that very few people understand the flood risk in central Murwillumbah or would respond quickly to an order to evacuate – or evacuate at all.
The site for the half-billion dollar future Tweed Valley Hospital was announced today, with Tweed MP Geoff Provest saying it would bring a ‘jobs bonanza’ to the region.
Five teenagers have been charged following a number of police pursuits criss-crossing the NSW-Qld border on Tuesday (March 27).
Poorly timed roadworks on Tweed Valley Way have the caught the council on the hop. But that's not all. Council admits there are a spate of other issues likely to delay traffic during the Commonwealth Games next week.
The Byron Bay L J Hooker second grade XI became joint major premiers of the 2017/18 Coastal League Competition, sharing this honour with Cudgen cricket club after a rain–affected grandfinal played at Norm Rabjones Oval in Murwillumbah last Saturday. Joint... Read More →
On Sunday Bulla Burton won the District Singles at Condong Bowling Club to become the 2018 Tweed Byron District Bowling Association Champion. Bulla beat Troy Makin (Ocean Shores) 31–8 in the morning, then backed up to win the final defeating... Read More →
More than 80 boats took part in a weekend of record breaking when the Tweed Valley SC headed south to Harwood for the Big River Sailing Club annual regatta two weeks ago. This year 30 TVSC members made the trip... Read More →
Tweed householders will soon be able to use asbestos test kits at $45 per kit to allow them to sample material for identification.
Tweed Shire Council is set to adopt a plan which aims to protect flying foxes while addressing community concerns over the 16 known active flying-fox camps in the shire.
Members of Northern NSW and Qld marine conservation groups will converge on the Quicksilver Pro Surfing competition at Coolangatta today at midday Qld time (1pm local time).
The first meeting of the 2018 Tweed Shire Youth Council has highlighted youth homelessness and mental health as issues that need to be tackled.
A woman has died in hospital eight days after a single-vehicle crash on the North Coast on Sunday, March 4. Police are still hoping to hear from witnesses.
Tweed Shire Council has been called on to ‘draw the line’ over an upcoming triathlon event in Kingscliff because of claims it causes major traffic disruption, retailers lose money and ratepayers don’t benefit.
Three new exhibitions open tonight at Tweed Regional Gallery (Friday 2 March) at 6pm.
Beth Shelley, Booerie Creek. I had the wonderful experience of seeing an honest, caring and determined politician at work last week. At the Tweed Shire Council meeting, the issue of accepting the funding for the rail trail on our railway line came up and the Greens mayor, Katie Milne, shone out in her determination to speak up for the needs of ordinary people and our children’s future.
Jim Clark and Bulla Burton from the Byron Bay Bowling Club won the district senior pairs last Sunday at Kingscliff. They won the final 19–15 in a gripping game against T Eadie and P Kelly (15) from Kingscliff Bowling... Read More →
A number of South Murwillumbah businesses devastated by the 2017 flood have put their hand up to move their operations to flood-free land, as the result of a $3 million land swap arrangement funded by the NSW Government.
The NSW Government is considering spending half a billion dollars to extend the Gold Coast light rail service 4.5km from Coolangatta to the Tweed City shopping mall.
As climate change gathers pace, the Northern Rivers could be at a high-risk for invasion by the exotic mosquitoes responsible for Dengue fever due to our proximity to Queensland.