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The Communication and Customer Services Unit of Tweed Shire Council is responsible for media releases, responding to journalist, television and photo requests, and general media and industry publication related enquiries. Media organisations are encouraged to use our email subscription service to receive automatic notification of Council media releases via email. You can unsubscribe at any time by logging in to the right, then select the 'Unsubscribe' option.

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Last 10 Available Media Releases
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24 April 2019
Māori artefacts receive blessing before returning home
Maori artefacts receive blessing before returning home

Three Māori artefacts began the first part of the journey back to their homeland at an emotional blessing ceremony at Council’s Tweed Heads Administration Building.

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16 April 2019
Council on TRAC to meet its renewable energy goals
Tweed Shire Council has installed its largest solar system to date on a Council facility, saving 200 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions a year – that’s the equivalent emissions from 11 average households.
12 April 2019
Sign of the times - getting ready for next round of election signs
With the Federal election date now settled, it is a good time to remind political candidates, parties and their supporters of the rules around election signage.
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10 April 2019
Family friendly programs these Easter holidays at the Gallery
Drop in for some ART PLAY or book into a workshop at the Tweed Regional Gallery, Murwillumbah these Easter holidays.
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9 April 2019
What is your vision for Fingal Head?
Tweed Shire Council is preparing a Locality Plan for Fingal Head and invites residents to join Council at a Community Conversation to share your vision for the future of the village. 
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5 April 2019
Free Outward Bound course for change-makers
Year 10 students from the Tweed keen to make a contribution to the health of our environment are invited to apply for a free placement at a four-day Outward Bound course.
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3 April 2019
Intuitive lines and intersections of light meet in two new exhibitions
Gallery DownTown in the M/Arts precinct presents two new solo exhibitions by artists from the region as part of the Community Access Exhibition Program (CAEP). 
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1 April 2019
A conversation about private land conservation
Do you have native vegetation on your property you would like to conserve? 
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29 March 2019
Aquatic scientists complete surveys for dam raising
Council consultants have conducted further field surveys of frog, fish and turtle populations in Doon Doon Creek and the Tweed River to assess the impact of releasing water from Clarrie Hall Dam.
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25 March 2019
A win for the horses and the environment
A clever horse management system designed to increase horse wellbeing while reducing impacts on the environment is the first project to receive funding through Council’s new Innovative Solutions Grant Fund.
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