Local Federal MP Justine Elliot has highlighted the requirement for the proposed Tweed Hospital site at Cudgen, near Kingscliff, to be referred to the Commonwealth Minister for the Environment
The Kingscliff’s Lions Park is set for a makeover, to improve the functionality of the park while also improving accessibility and recreation facilities for residents and visitors. The park – the foreshore area immediately south of the Cudgen Headland Surf... Read More →
Police are investigating after a man was assaulted at a hotel in the state’s north.
A man has been charged over numerous alleged steal from motor vehicle offences on the far north coast.
The Kingscliff community is being invited to join in a conversation with council about a potential skate park and youth space in Kingscliff on Wednesday, 2 May.
The Greens are keeping up the pressure to release information on all the sites considered for the Tweed Valley Hospital after community raises concerns regarding selected site.
Nyxie Ryan has rocketed into the top 50 on the QS ratings ladder after finishing in equal ninth pace in the Mothernest Tweed Coast Pro competition at Kingscliff and Cabarita last week. It was Nyxie’s (Lennox Head) first WSL QS... Read More →
If you are aged 8–14 years old you can get involved in the Fishcare workshops at Ballina and Kingscliff and learn about safe fishing and how to fish sustainably.
The Disabled Surfers Association had a successful gathering at Coast Guard Tower Beach, Kingscliff, on January 20, 2018. The ‘Cocky Classic’ is named after former DSA member Peter Stannard, who died in 2012. ‘We had a great day; 27 participants... Read More →
Employment and training provider NORTEC have recently withdrawn the government funded outreach program aimed at providing language, literacy and numeracy training to help people access employment and training opportunities.
Kingscliff District Football Club will receive $5,000 in federal funding for change rooms under the Stronger Communities Programme
Byron Bay’s One Vision Productions has just completed a powerful music video clip with indigenous students from Kingscliff High School that has gone viral.
Would you like your love of Kingscliff set in stone? A Tweed shire competition inviting people for their best quotes about the seaside village and its new central park now taking shape will do just that. Landscaping for Central Park... Read More →
Fundraising events are popping up all over the region as people find ways to raise money to help those effected by the recent floods. The Lismore flood appeal and the Tweed mayor appeal fund are also raising money to help both residents and businesses get back on their feet.
The 14th edition of the Kingscliff Triathlon was won by Daniel Coleman and Gillian Backhouse in late November. The kids division featuring 200 children under 12 was sold out. In total 1450 athletes competed in the event, well above expectations... Read More →
More than $2 million of dredging has been completed in Ballina and Kingscliff to improve access for boaters during the busy holiday period.
Preliminary work will begin on the replacement of the Kingscliff Bridge over Cudgen Creek this week, with a full bridge closure in place from Monday June 27 until late December. The project is expected to cost between $3 million and... Read More →
The Kingscliff Matters shopfront project took out the Australian Coastal Award for Community Engagement at the annual conference of Australian Coastal Councils on Thursday night.
Plans for the $25-million facelift of Kingscliff’s foreshore, including a large rock seawall to protect public land and a major upgrade of the council-run caravan park, is set to be given the nod tomorrow.
Police have concerns for an elderly couple who were holidaying in Kingscliff over the weekend but have failed to return to their daughter's Brisbane home.
Ken (Stents) Nicholson, Kingscliff. Kingscliff’s three storeys is an important part of its attraction for everyone. Why do they want to interfere with it? Someone very powerful must want this.
Jeremy Cornford, Kingscliff. Tweed shire planning director Vince Connell’s comments on the Kingscliff Futures Plan recently are symptomatic of the Tweed Shire Council bureaucracy gone mad.
Ron Cooper, Convenor our 490, Kingscliff. Outed – the Tweed Shire Council bureaucrat determined to scuttle Kingscliff’s long-standing and widely-supported three-storey height limit.
Vince Connell, director planning and regulation, Tweed Shire Council. t is unfortunate that at this time when Tweed Shire Council is making a genuine effort to meet with as many community members as possible to talk through important issues for Kingscliff’s future, Ron Cooper chooses to attack council staff and twist the truth.
Ron Cooper, Our Lot 490, Kingscliff. We know what’s best for us but when Tweed Shire Council bureaucracy decide they know what’s best for us you get the Kingscliff Locality Plan – a document that adds to the litany of poor decisions that are degrading our lifestyle and damaging Kingscliff.