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FRAUD SPIKE CATCHES CARDHOLDERS UNAWARES

While violent crimes make headlines, Police on the Tweed believe it’s the high-tech criminals we should be more worried about. Latest figures reveal a surge in credit card fraud on the border. Read More »

COUNCIL CRACKING DOWN ON CAMPING CULPRITS

Tweed Council’s vowing to come down hard on tourists who set up camp illegally in parks and road reserves. After receiving a steady stream of complaints from local residents and business owners, illegal campers are warned they’ll be slapped with fines of over $1000. Read More »

TWEED DRIVERS BEWARE: POLICE ARE OUT IN FORCE

Tweed drivers are being warned to remain on their best behaviour, as a month-long crackdown that began last month has just been extended for another week. Police say Operation Saturation is just the first in a series of strategies designed to change bad behaviour on local roads. Read More »

TWEED STUDENTS EASE BURDEN WITH FOOD DONATIONS

It feels like summer, but winter is just around the corner, the toughest time for charities and the homeless. A new campaign “Footsteps for Food” is easing the pressure, encouraging students on the Tweed to help those less fortunate than themselves. Read More »

BYRON POLICE CALL FOR BIKIE CRACKDOWN

Byron Bay police are calling for crack down on bikies wearing colours inside pubs and clubs… The move follows brawls and a fire at a Byron clubhouse last month…and has sparked a war of words between local politicians as they struggle to find a solution. Read More »

TWEED HOMES ARE BARGAIN BUYS

The time to buy property in the Tweed is now. Record low interest rates and strong supply are making it easy for families to score a home for under $300,000. Read More »

CRICKET GREATS HAVE NARROW WIN AT TWEED ACA MASTERS TOUR

The Tweed leg of the ACA Masters Tour has wrapped up at Kingscliff’s Reg Dalton Oval. And the cricket greats had better watch out… they were almost beaten at their own game by the region’s young guns. The teams went head to head in a Twenty20 match in front of a crowd of thousands… with the Tweed representative team scoring eight for 141, just five runs short of the Masters’ six for 146. Read More »

LEGEND BICHEL TO TAKE ON HOMEGROWN HEROES

Former Australian paceman Andy Bichel was at Kingscliff today. The national selector checking out the competition, ahead of next month’s T-20 matches between the Australian Cricketers’ Association Masters and a Tweed representative side. Read More »

GOODMAN TO FACE PROVEST AT 2015 POLLS

Labor has revealed its candidate for the seat of Tweed ahead of next year’s New South Wales election. Former journalist and local Ron Goodman will contest the seat, currently held by the Nationals Geoff Provest. Labor wanted to give voters plenty of time to consider their options. Mr Goodman said, “We’re a fair way from the state election yet. There’s four hundred and one days until the voters of Tweed go to the polls.” Read More »

NSW GOVERNMENT REVISES COASTAL HAZARDS

At the beach or by the river, the risks of a waterfront address are real. Now the New South Wales government is taking new measures to make sure residents are well-equipped to deal with anything mother nature throws their way. Read More »

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