Work has now started on the satellite renal unit in Murwillumbah and is expected to be complete mid 2018.
Murwillumbah High School’s senior boys volleyball team has finished first in the North Coast region.
Murwillumbah is celebrating $900,000 worth of grants to help upgrade a number of sites across the town.
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.
If it is art you are interested in then it is time to open your diary and book in the date for the Murwillumbah Art Trail (MAT) that takes place between May 18 and 27 this year.
The Uki refugee project continues to support refugees in Australia with regular refugee friendship visits for refugees to Uki and now is your chance to help raise funds to support the project.
Employment and training provider NORTEC have recently withdrawn the government funded outreach program aimed at providing language, literacy and numeracy training to help people access employment and training opportunities.
The Stop Adani Tweed Campaign launch at the Regent Cinema in Murwillumbah on Sunday sold out.
The Murwillumbah Community Pantry will re-open after receiving a $24,000 grant from the Northern Rivers Community Foundation
Local Kingscliff TAFE students are asking you to join them to raise money to help get Nullum House back up and running.
Heading back in time and creating an open-air gallery along the Tweed River riverbank at Murwillumbah; local artist Turiya Bruce is putting the final touches on stage one of the 150m long mural ‘Ages of the Tweed’.
The Tweed Shire council is inviting everyone to a special screening of 'Priscilla' will be at Murwillumbah's Regent Cinema on Friday, 27 October at 6.30pm. Entry is by donation, with funds going to youth mental health service, Headspace.
Police are appealing for public assistance following a child approach in the state’s north yesterday. About 3.45pm yesterday (Wednesday 18 October 2017), police have been told a 13-year-old girl was walking on Prince Street, Murwillumbah, when a rusty red four-door sedan car pulled up next to her.
The Makers and Finders Market is an exciting new venue for artists, vintage wares and musicians from the Tweed Region to come together and share their wares and for the community to come to shop, meet, eat, drink and play.
Closing TAFE campuses, selling off the land and replacing them with shopfront support centres is the Liberal-National state government backdoor way of cutting services to rural and young people according to Dawn Walker, NSW Greens TAFE spokesperson.
Raising money for refugees the Uki Refugee Project is putting on a performance of A Devilish Tale in Murwillumbah on Saturday July 22.
Murwillumbah is about to come alive with a burst of creative activity as the Murwillumbah Art Trail (MAT) shows off the town with art, architecture and community events.
It has just been announced that the flood recovery centres in Lismore and Murwillumbah will be closing down in the near future. The Lismore centre will close tomorrow on Friday 19 May while the last day for the Murwillumbah centre will be Friday 26 May.
Discover the culture of Murwillumbah and take the chance to explore the city through art, history and architecture along the Murwillumbah art trail (MAT) – a five day event celebrating the town.
Online scammers and the ruses they use to target older people will be laid bare at a series of Law Week workshops delivered by Legal Aid NSW at libraries across the state including Lismore and Murwillumbah.
Looking for a fun day out that helps save the environment? Then get along to the Caldera Environment Centre's annual World Environment Day Festival on Sunday 4 June.
NSW Labor today announced a non-partisan flood package for the NSW North Coast – providing what it describes as 'a blueprint for the Berejiklian government' to help the community and businesses recover.
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.
Free food, furniture, hot showers, clean clothes, a roof for the homeless. Communities in the flood-ravaged northern rivers are rallying to help strangers in need as devastated towns continue the long clean-up effort and count the costs of lost possessions.
Tweed mayor Katie Milne took to the air in a police helicopter on Saturday to see the flood damage across the Tweed from the air.