June 2018

Published a story 19th Jun 2018 4:46 PM

Traffic delays will be kept to a minimum as essential maintenance on Boyds Bay Bridge begins

Maintenance starts on one of Tweed's most popular bridges

Traffic delays will be kept to a minimum as essential maintenance on Boyds Bay Bridge begins

Published a story 19th Jun 2018 2:12 PM

The State Government announced its 2018-19 Buget on Tuesday

Murwillumbah schools clear winners in NSW Budget

The State Government announced its 2018-19 Buget on Tuesday

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 2:45 PM

Celebrate at the BEATS Gala Dinner on July 28

Nominations extended for 2018 BEATS Awards

Celebrate at the BEATS Gala Dinner on July 28

Published a story 15th Jun 2018 4:23 PM

There's so much going on this weekend across the Tweed

Four things to do this weekend

There's so much going on this weekend across the Tweed

Published a story 15th Jun 2018 1:56 PM

Thirteen people have been selected for the Community Reference Group

Council 'bias' favours alternative hospital site supporters

Thirteen people have been selected for the Community Reference Group

Published a story 14th Jun 2018 3:15 PM

An application has been submitted to increase 10 trucks an hour to 18 trucks

Council puts brakes on plan for more Chinderah quarry trucks

An application has been submitted to increase 10 trucks an hour to 18 trucks

Published a story 14th Jun 2018 3:02 PM

The rapid growth of the aquatic weeds isn't concerning council

Banora Point residents turn green over obnoxious lake weeds

The rapid growth of the aquatic weeds isn't concerning council

Published a story 14th Jun 2018 2:19 PM

Meet the 22-year-old entrepreneur who is passionate about vegan burgers

Casuarina burger bar serves up delightful vegan menu

Meet the 22-year-old entrepreneur who is passionate about vegan burgers

Published a story 13th Jun 2018 5:42 PM

The power company has been alerted to the damage

Fire leaves hundreds without power in Murwillumbah

The power company has been alerted to the damage

Published a story 13th Jun 2018 5:02 PM

Shadow Minister for Families and Social Services Jenny Macklin met with about 100 Tweed pensioners to discuss the impact pension cuts would have on locals

Tweed seniors worry about potential cuts to pensions

Shadow Minister for Families and Social Services Jenny Macklin met with about 100 Tweed pensioners to discuss the impact pension cuts would have on locals

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