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Tweed Link 1042 [3pp]
20 February 2018
Kingscliff park gets a worthy name
First big flood rebuild nears completion
Council crack down on short-term holiday lets
Rail trail gets approval
Cudgera Creek Road motorists dicing with danger
Murwillumbah CBD car space amnesty ends soon
Flood memories in print
Illegally dumped chemical splashes workers

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Past 4 Weeks
Tweed Link 1042 [3pp] - 20 February 2018
  • Kingscliff park gets a worthy name
  • First big flood rebuild nears completion
  • Council crack down on short-term holiday lets
  • Rail trail gets approval
  • Cudgera Creek Road motorists dicing with danger
  • Murwillumbah CBD car space amnesty ends soon
  • Flood memories in print
  • Illegally dumped chemical splashes workers
Tweed Link 1041 [3pp] - 13 February 2018
  • Abstract exhibition comes to Gallery
  • Popular Survive the Ride workshop back for 2018
  • Bottle your fears and drink tap water instead
  • Get your hands dirty and help clean up Australia
  • Council Meeting Agenda – Thursday, 15 February 2018
  • Tumbulgum Black Spot works to begin
Tweed Link 1040 [3pp] - 6 February 2018
  • Funding for rail trail opens new tourism possibilities
  • Kingscliff’s Marine Parade to close at night for resurfacing
  • New phase for Tweed Heads Museum
  • Slow down on the roads
  • Find an alternative and go car free this February
  • Safety mentors needed
  • Get your kids active and reap the $100 incentive
  • Council meetings to start
Tweed Link 1039 [3pp] - 30 January 2018
  • Top honours handed to veteran at Australia Day ceremony
  • Project stabilises Oxley River bank after devastating erosion during 2017 floods
  • Weeding out a freshwater problem
  • New library mixing old technology with new
  • Council programs aimed at securing our water supply for future generations
  • Two cubic metre limit
  • School’s back – slow down
  • Have your say on the use of plastic shopping bags
Last Updated: 21 June 2017