The Tweed Link is a weekly ISSN (International Standard Serial Number 1327-8630) registered newspaper produced by the Tweed Shire Council to keep our citizens informed. It is delivered free to over 40,000 households in the Tweed and is printed on 100 per cent recycled paper using soy based inks and is printed by a local company. It is A4 in size and printed in black and white (special editions throughout the year are printed in colour) and is available in full colour online or via electronic subscription. The Tweed Link is also available on audio tape and has been in existence for more than 15 years with the first edition published on Tuesday 12 November 1996.
The Tweed Link Policy (64kB PDF) outlines Council's commitment to informing the community and sets guidelines for what can and cannot feature in the Tweed Link in both editorial and advertising.
The Tweed Link carries Council’s statutory advertising, which under the provisions of relevant NSW legislation, must be published in a printed newspaper that is produced at least weekly. This is why the Tweed Link it is published in printed form and distributed to all Tweed residents via Australia Post. However, it is available via email subscription and can be viewed online. For more information, see Subscription and Distribution below.
All Tweed Link issues are below. Alternatively there is a search function for archived issues. You can also click on the headings below to view information regarding subscription and distribution services and advertising.
Tweed Link 1003 [6pp] - Tuesday, 25 April 2017
[ Latest Issue ]
- Watch the Kingscliff Foreshore site transform
- Changes in July to emergency services funding
- Flood recovery updates
- Flying-fox camp management plan consultation underway
- Delivery Program sets out four-year plans for Council
- 3 Bin System Roadshow – your next opportunity to find out more
- Flood recovery facts and figures
- Living with ability – sharing inspiring stories
- Mayor Appeal Fund
Tweed Link 1002 [6pp] - Tuesday, 18 April 2017
- Growing support for Tweed Flood Appeal
- Business seminar to help access Category C support
- Recovery Centre – vital to check in and register for help
- Social surge of information during floods
- Water bills unaffected
- Thank you! Donation centres overflowing
- Stott’s Creek Resource Recovery Centre
- Majority of roads open, but caution still required
- Council’s engaging honour
Tweed Link 1001 [6pp colour] - Tuesday, 11 April 2017
- After the floods: Where do I get help?
- After the floods: How can I help?
- Tweed Flood Appeal
- Contact Council; Disaster Assistance; Recovery Centre
- Repairing roads and bridges; Sewers; Water
- Extent of Tweed flooding revealed from the air
- Receding waters reveal the reality of damage
- Scheduled kerbside cleanup to help with collection of flood-damaged goods
- On the water