Councillor Chris Cherry (Independent)has been elected as the new Tweed Shire Council Mayor while the role of Deputy Mayor, wen to Councillor Reece Byrne (Labor).
Tweed Shire Council has taken another step towards their long term ‘zero waste’ commitment with work commencing on the new $7 million organic processing facility.
Nationals member for Tweed Geoff Provest has announced that two drones will be provided for Tweed Shire beaches, yet Greens member for Ballina Tamara Smith says she is still waiting to find out if her Ballina electorate will receive any.
Anti-Queensland sentiment in Tweed Shire has led to some people covering their Queensland number plates over the weekend.
Beachside carparks have been closed in Tweed Shire until April 27. The decision was made at an extraordinary ‘virtual’ meeting of Tweed Shire Council last night.
Ninety artists will be displaying their creativity at this years sixth annual Murwillumbah Arts Trail (MAT) that will be taking place in early May.
A third person has been charged following the death of a man, identified as 43-year-old Brisbane man, Anthony Stott, on the state’s far North Coast earlier this month.
As a result of the multiple small landslides and road damage from the continuing rain and flooding Tweed Shire has been declared a natural disaster area.
Tweed residents are being urged to dob-in illegal dumpers through a new signage campaign targeting two dumping hot spots.
There’s good news for pooches and cats as the Tweed Shire Council's Animal Pound gets set to move to a brand new facility in about two years time.
For people sleeping rough, this is a really hard time of year and services for the homeless and needy are stretched to their limits.
The pressure is building as we get to a year out from the Tweed Shire Council elections and councillors are taking their positions as they jockey for voters attention and present their campaigns.
Seniors festivals are kicking off in Ballina and Tweed Shires as part of the NSW Seniors Festival events this month.
The Tweed Shire Council election is just around the corner (September 10) which means the opportunity to elect even more ‘progressive’ Councilors is critical.
David Norris, president, Threatened Species Conservation Society, Pottsville. The Black Rocks sports field has serious safety issues. It is in an isolated location 300 metres within bushland, and is a haven for those with ill-intent, as has been demonstrated by ongoing vandalism, obscene graffiti, break and enter, marijuana cultivation and hooning at this site.
The anti-fluoride movement has opened up a new front in the Tweed with a new online campaign to stop adding the chemical to the shire’s water supply.
Menkit Prince, Uki. What an interesting experience it is to sit in the Tweed Shire Council gallery each month and watch our elected representatives make decisions for our shire.