Following the illegal logging that has taken place near Limpinwood representatives of several community organisations met on Monday with Thomas George, MP, at his Lismore offices to discuss the future of logging in native forests.
Fox trapping will be undertaken in priority bushland areas next week to assist the breeding of threatened local fauna.
Tweed Shire Council has found unauthorised clearing in the Environmental Protection Zone in Limpinwood by landowner, Hewittville Holdings.
Tweed council is inviting local Aborigines with cultural knowledge of the Doon Doon and Commissioners Creek areas, particularly around Clarrie Hall Dam, to help undertake the cultural heritage assessment required to raise the wall of the dam.
Getting on board the rail trail corridor Robbie McEwen is keen to see the Murwillumbah to Casino rail trail get its planning under way as Richmond Valley and Lismore councils get on board.
The flood information evening held in Burringbar last Tuesday 9 May was a great success and addressed issues ranging from the M1 contributing to flooding and clearing waterways to resolving disputes with insurance companies.
Updated Tuesday, April 11: Tweed Shire Council is urging community members to slow down on the region's roads as ongoing flood clean-up work continues and traffic volumes return to normal levels.
Irritated eyes, running and blocked nose, sneezing and wheezing can be caused by mould and dust leading to allergic reactions and other breathing problems. Precautions are advised when cleaning up after Cyclone Debbie.
Skaters with a wide variety of experience and ages took advantage of a free skating workshop at Tweed Heads South last weekend, the first in a series of workshops being staged by Tweed Council and Skateboarding Australia
In parallel with the community consultation, Council is inviting registrations of interest for any proposed commercial use of the building, located at the corner of Bilambil and Hogan Roads.
Max R Boyd AM, Dulguigan. Current Tweed mayor Barry Longland and those councillors who supported the dismissal of the former general manager, Mr Keenan, have been justified in doing so.