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LOCAL WOODS CONQUERS ALLEY CLASSIC

Conditions were small but stakes were high as some of the best local surfers turned out to compete in Surfing Queensland’s Alley Classic at Currumbin. Local Thomas Woods came in first place with a cumulative score of 13.83…with Nick Vasicek a close second. Former junior world champion Jack Freestone took out fourth place. Read More »

RECOVERING SRAMA HELPS TWEED SEAGULLS TO VICTORY

The Tweed Seagulls have defeated the Tigers convincingly in a heroic home game at Piggabeen. Tweed got off to a good start, leading the Easts early on. At half time they stood at 16 to the Easts’ 4. The Tigers attempted to storm home…but the Seagulls were too good. Titan Matt Srama made his comeback from injury in the game… Helping the Seagulls to a nine point victory. The final score, 23 to 14. Read More »

FAMILIES TAKE TO THE OUTDOORS FOR EASTER FUN IN THE SUN

It was a perfect Easter Sunday in south east Queensland, with families making the most of the outdoors. After children enjoyed an early morning delivery of chocolates, it was time for family and friends to come together. Read More »

AUSSIE CHAMP COBE TAKE QUEENSLAND WIN

Storm clouds provided more than just an ominous backdrop at the Queensland Wakeboarding Championships at The Spit today. With the wild weather forcing the men’s comp to be cancelled, the state’s best teens waged their own epic battle. Read More »

PROVEST PITCHES DAYLIGHT SAVING SOLUTION

State Member for Tweed Geoff Provest today announced he’s looking at a solution that will quell the cross-border confusion between Queensland and New South Wales during the months of daylight saving. His solution? Queensland and New South Wales turn their clocks forward half an hour – a middle ground daylight saving agreement between the two states. “I’d like to see it in the whole of Southeast Queensland and also New South Wales, but one of the recommendations only looks at the Tweed Shire, to put it in some sort of sync with Queensland.” Mr Provest admits feedback from constituents hasn’t been that positive. Read More »

IF PREMIER’S SUED, QUEENSLANDERS WILL FOOT THE BILL

A Gold Coast lawyer has launched a $1.2 million defamation suit against Premier Campbell Newman. Chris Hannay is taking the drastic step, but even if he’s successful, the Premier won’t pay a cent. Read More »

LET’S DO THE TIME WARP: SUNDAY MARKS END OF DAYLIGHT SAVING

Tweed residents will be doing the Time Warp again on Sunday… turning their clocks back at the end of Daylight Saving. And just like clockwork.. The old political battle has reignited on the border. Read More »

INJURED WAKEBOARDER BOUNCES BACK TO TOP SPOT

A young Oxenford wakeboarder has bounced back from a serious knee injury to be crowned Australian Champion. The former World Junior Champ is hoping to come up trumps again this weekend – competing at the Queensland Titles at The Spit. Read More »

MAROONS MOVE ORIGIN BASE CAMP TO GOLD COAST

Mal Meninga has laughed off suggestions the Maroons could jeopardise their bid for a ninth Origin series win, by moving camp from the Sunshine Coast back to the Gold Coast. The Queensland side will be based at Sanctuary Cove – and at least one Titan is a shoe-in. Read More »

BEARS DOWN THE JETS

The Burleigh Bears prevailed over the Ipswich Jets in Super Cup rugby league action at Pizzey Park this afternoon. After being down 24-12 at halftime, the Bears bounced back with a spectacular performance in the second half. We’ll have more on the match tomorrow night. Read More »

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