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A houseboat on the Tweed River needed assistance on Monday, 1 January, 2024 following significant rain in the catchment.
The NSW SES advises people in Murwillumbah, South Murwillumbah, Condong and Tumbulgum to STAY INFORMED about predicted dangerous moderate flooding on the Tweed River.
The NSW SES are advising people in Murwillumbah, South Murwillumbah, Condong, and Tumbulgum to STAY INFORMED about predicted dangerous moderate flooding on the Tweed River.
There is a high chance of Flash Flooding along the Tweed and & Byron Coasts from Sunday.
Around 50 people gathered on Friday morning at the big fig tree near the Condong sugar mill to join the world-wide #Bigbadbiomass protest against the use of biomass to create energy and to emphasise that burning biomass is not ‘environmentally friendly’.
North East Forest Alliance (NEFA) and the NSW Forest Defenders have thrown their support behind the protests against the burning of Biomass to generate electricity across Australia ahead of the Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP) 26.
Locals gathering to object to burning forests, plastic, foils, and tyres for energy at Condong sugar mill
A public protest is taking place this Friday meet near the Condong sugar mill, north of Murwillumbah, at the big fig tree on Tweed Valley Way on Friday, 22 October at 10am to object to the burning of trees and ‘forest waste’ by Cape Byron Power to generate electricity at the Condong sugar mill.
Former Tweed Shire Council Mayor, Councillor Katie Milne, is seeking support from other councillors to object ‘in the strongest terms to the Exploration (Minerals) Licence Application ELA 6115 in the Tweed Shire’ at this afternoons extraordinary meeting.
Celebrating two decades of compassion and dedication to our four-legged friends by Byron Dog Rescue.
Stolen Brunswick Heads ute allegedly taken on wild adventure ransacking service station and being party to vandalising police cars before being abandoned in the bush at Coraki.
Byron Shire Council investments in projects linked to fossil fuel production decreased significantly after the NSW Treasury Corporation (TCorp) relaxed rules last year.