Police thank community after wanted offender located

POLICE from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command have thanked the members of the community after Aaron Scriven was arrested yesterday.

Run helps shine a light on cancer

ABOVE: Byron Lighthouse Run supports Crackin' Cancer and the North Coast Cancer Institute.

This year the Byron Lighthouse Run is turning 10

Police nab 323 people with drugs at Splendour

ABOVE: Splendour patrons walk past a drug detection dog at the festival entrance.

Superintendent praises the festival's "well behaved" revellers

Byron Bay war memorial re-dedication

ANZAC TRIBUTE: Robert Asquith, President of the Byron Bay RSL Sub Branch welcomes the community to the newly re-furbished War Memorial.

The Byron Centotaph will be re-dedicated next Thursday August 4.

Pop icon and former Neighbours star buys into Byron

Singer Natalie Imbruglia. Supplied by Sony Music Australia.

Former actor turned pop singer joins Byron celebrity rush.

The best and worst bits of Splendour from our experts

The Amphitheatre received Flume with open arms and danced to his music on Sunday night.

Glitter, fake marriages, see-through clothing and gorgeous weather

Fashionistas show off at Splendour in the Grass

Amberly Nelson, from Melbourne, posts for a photo with friends at Splendour in the Grass.

GLITTER, skin and mesh were all on show at festival this weekend.

Frustrated Splendour punters vent anger online (again)

North Byron Parklands has received thousands of visitors this weekend during Splendour in the Grass 2016.

Stuck in their cars, or waiting for a bus

Splendour found The Cure

Robert Smith at the Splendour in the Grass Amphitheatre stage during The Cure's show.

Day two of Splendour in the Grass

Splendour revellers cool down with giant poo emoji

The Mr Poopie sculpture at Splendour in the Grass.

Mr Poopie sculpture is inspired by the ice cream/poop emoticon.

Could this be the best job in the world?

St Bees Island managing director Phil Webb.

THE only rule: don't stand too long under coconut trees.

Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'

THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead of him.

Brad Banducci has big job ahead of him after $1 billion loss

Woolworths to sack 500 staff, close at least 17 stores

This is despite the supermarket earning $2.5 billion for the year.

Aussie dollar down while US stocks are up

Manufacturing boosts US market performance

Three mines breach coal dust levels

More coal trains, like this one, will become a reality on the Central Highalnds, but primary producers are calling for the state government to create a single rail corridor for three separate lines. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Threat of black lung hasn't taught all mines a lesson

Fears for welfare of missing horse trainer

BINDI Cheers was last seen at Hawkesbury Race Club

No hands-free phones for P-plater drivers

P-Platers will be banned from using phones - even on hands-free.

Doctors locked out of Kingscliff medical clinic

Medical and administration staff wait for answers after the doors to the Kingscliff Family Medical Services clinic were locked.

Patients turned away from Kingsliff medical clinic

Son's cancer battle second fight for family

Kane with his mum Natalie and dad Rick met Taylor Swift at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital

Parents never expected their son's headaches were caused by cancer

Man stabbed to death at dinner party

Sherele MoodyCan go onlineA 35-YEAR-old New South Wales man

Man who murdered Tanilla, 2, ‘deserved what he got’

Brooke Bowen with her son (name withheld), centre, and supporters are angry Warren Ross has appealed his sentence over the death of step-daughter Tanilla Warrick-Deaves.

Family's horror as child killer appeals 40-year jail sentence

$21 million development for North Coast town moves forward

FLYERS' PARADISE: An aerial view of the proposed airpark subdivision at the Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome.

Plans include residential lots, a hotel, commercial space and museum

‘Disrespectful’ men-only Facebook group exposed

One user described the page as a place to post tits and shame sl#ts

Christensen reveals more on plan to cut dole payments

Dawson MP George Christensen (left) has suggested people on Newstart and those under the age of 45 years should be given six months to find a job, before their dole is cut. Mr Christensen ran an election campaign, using the slogan 'George fights for local jobs', which focused on job creation to reduce unemployment.

Exemptions likely mean most people on the dole will not be affected

Baden-Clay case to come before High Court today

Gerard Baden-Clay

The Baden-Clay matter will appear in the High Court today

Bipolar goes ‘untreated for six years’

'Crucial opportunities to manage bipolar early were being lost'

Woman fights to become Australia's first deaf juror

An Ipswich local is fighting to become Australia’s first deaf juror

Turtle owner wins court appeal

The turtles had to be euthanised

MONEY MADE SIMPLE: Even kings have their limits

Noel Whittaker is the author of Making Money Made Simple

Government proposes new laws for terrorists

Government proposes new laws for terrorists

Brisbane steps it up in world's worst driver stakes

Brisbane car suspended on stairwell

Car ends up suspended on stairwell outside Brisbane CBD offices.

Two killed more than ten injured in Florida nightclub shooting

Florida shooting (NBC facebook don't reuse)

Two killed more than a dozen injured in Florida shooting

Surfer attacked by crocodile

A surfer in Costa Rica was attacked by a large crocodile on Friday

One dead, 11 injured as "intentional" blast rocks Germany

A policeman with a machine gun stands guards in Ansbach, Germany. A man was killed and eleven others were injured in an explosion in Franconia Ansbach late on 24 July. According to police, the explosion occurred on a downtown street in front of a restaurant. The nature and cause of the explosion are still unclear.

The man killed in the explosion is understood to be the attacker.

WATCH: Strange blue light in sky seen by workers at airport

Could this giant blue shockwave be sign of a UFO?

Young mum shot four times by her husband

Edith Mulvena lies in an unmarked grave at East Lismore cemetery.

Husband murders wife in dramatic domestic violence situation

World's 'most popular' torrent website shutdown

Founder and operator of torrent site could face extradition

Too sensual? Manu Feildel's Magnum ad creates stir

The offended person was shocked by this ad, which featured the words "Magnum for pleasure seekers".

Magnum ice cream bar was too saucy for one person.

$200 in fuel, cigarettes, ice coffee: I'll be back

Man left his driver's licence and promised he would pay

Snake on a train! Police nab slippery rail passenger

Brisbane Water Local Area Command officers nabbed this three-foot jungle python from a 20-year-old man who was proudly introducing the reptile to fellow train passengers.

Cops nab three-foot jungle python called 'Bread' from train.

Matilda The Musical's clean sweep at Helpmann Awards

A scene from Matilda The Musical.

TIM Minchin-scored production enjoys record awards haul.

Harry's MasterChef exit makes way for all-Noosa grand final

Harry Foster congratulates MasterChef finalists Elena Duggan and Matt Sinclair after a closely-fought semi-final.

YOUNG Rocky-born cook now working in his dream job in Tasmania.

Kim Kardashian West bemused by selfie 'drama'

Kim didn't expect her naked selfie to cause the stir it did

Alicia Vikander hasn't been home since Oscars

Alicia Vikander "hasn't been home" for nearly nine months.

Tom Hiddleston not worried about relationship attention

Attention doesn't bother 'authentic' Hiddleston

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field to expand family?

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field want more children.