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Fri 21 Jun 2019

Have you seen this trailer stolen from Kingscliff?

Have you seen this trailer stolen from Kingscliff?

Tweed police are seeking public assistance.

Saffin defends freedom of press in Parliament

premium_icon Saffin defends freedom of press in Parliament

The Lismore MP says she was 'shocked' by recent raids on journalists.

‘Not on my watch’: MP’s vow to block nuclear

premium_icon ‘Not on my watch’: MP’s vow to block nuclear

An MP has vowed to fight tooth and nail against nuclear power after a Queensland politician said she wasn’t against considering the controversial energy source.

Mystery camp found in search for Theo

premium_icon Mystery camp found in search for Theo

POLICE have stumbled on a mysterious camp site in bushland around Byron Bay during the search for missing backpacker Theo Hayez, a new report claims.

Warrant for child abuse accused after failing to front court

premium_icon Warrant for child abuse accused after failing to front court

THE woman is accused, alongside a man, of causing danger of death to a young child at a Northern NSW holiday home.

OPINION: Why Tweed voters should expect more in 2020

premium_icon OPINION: Why Tweed voters should expect more in 2020

There was a lot to like about the NSW budget for Tweed, but the work is not finished and the public is calling on its MP to be proactive.

Armed thieves steal security van in Murwillumbah

premium_icon Armed thieves steal security van in Murwillumbah

Three men who were allegedly armed with a gun when they stole a security van in Murwillumbah have been charged.

Bail denied for Olympian facing drug import charges

premium_icon Bail denied for Olympian facing drug import charges

Olympic sportsman Nathan Baggaley has faced court in Brisbane this morning over his alleged role in the bungled import of more than $150 million of cocaine.

Fleet of police resources help in search for Theo Hayez

Fleet of police resources help in search for Theo Hayez

THE search for missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez continues as three weeks passes since his disappearance.

Public could view council's legal advice on Cudgen Plateau

premium_icon Public could view council's legal advice on Cudgen Plateau

TWEED residents will be able to view the documents council used to justify spending $34,000 on legal advice, if a rescission motion fails in August

Photographer killed in freak overseas crash

premium_icon Photographer killed in freak overseas crash

A Gold Coast photographer who has travelled all over the world taking pictures has died in a freak traffic accident in the US.

Comic book drug plot alleged ringleader in court

premium_icon Comic book drug plot alleged ringleader in court

Comic books and photo albums were allegedly used to hide thousands of dollars worth of ice and shipped to Australia.

Councillors put aside war of words for road safety

premium_icon Councillors put aside war of words for road safety

Council will investigate the proposal of implementing smiley face speed signs at speeding hotspots in the region

Man charged with seeking child for sex, threatening violence

premium_icon Man charged with seeking child for sex, threatening violence

HE had been on a good behaviour bond for domestic violence offences at the time of the alleged incident, but was granted bail.

Man accused of murdering ex-partner remains in custody

premium_icon Man accused of murdering ex-partner remains in custody

HE'S accused of stabbing a 63-year-old woman - his partner of almost four decades, to death in her unit.

Council backs Byrnes report into bus stops across the Tweed

premium_icon Council backs Byrnes report into bus stops across the Tweed

COUNCIL will look into the whether or not more can be done to improve bus stops across the shire

Olympic medallist arrested over 600kg cocaine bust

premium_icon Olympic medallist arrested over 600kg cocaine bust

OLYMPIC silver medallist Nathan Baggaley was arrested at his home in Byron Bay.

'She's lost everything': How stress led to 'boiling point'

premium_icon 'She's lost everything': How stress led to 'boiling point'

BUSINESS owner faced court for sentencing after threatening to throw a former employee down a staircase.

Woman offers reward to find Theo

premium_icon Woman offers reward to find Theo

A CONCERNED Byron Shire resident has offered a "substantial reward" for anyone who comes forward with information to located missing tourist Theo Hayez.

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