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Clearing laws on agenda for minister’s north coast visit

Tweed shire councillors will meet with state environment minister Rob Stokes at Kingscliff tomorrow to discuss the government’s controversial new ’10/50’ vegetation clearing rules, slammed for sparking a wave of unecessary culling in the Tweed and across the state.

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Police raid ‘unauthorised events’ in national parks

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