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Tiny homes concept will cost $68,000 more than first thought

Tiny homes concept will cost $68,000 more than first thought

Cost of Cr Copper's tiny homes project quadruples

Council debate descends into war of words aimed at Provest

Council debate descends into war of words aimed at Provest

Not all of the councillors were in agreement with the sentiment

Further calls to investigate water extraction industry

Further calls to investigate water extraction industry

Pressure is amping up to investigate the industry.

Frustration over water extraction reaches boiling point

Frustration over water extraction reaches boiling point

"The next step is that we will look at litigation"

Protesters seek 'justice', want MP to stop water mining

Protesters seek 'justice', want MP to stop water mining

The debate over water extraction continues to heat up

Council in hot water after secret decision to halt business

Council in hot water after secret decision to halt business

Tweed's water extraction debate is heating up, again

How have Tweed Shire councillors done so far?

How have Tweed Shire councillors done so far?

A look back at how council has gone at the half-way mark

Threatening message to Deputy Mayor a 'misunderstanding'

Threatening message to Deputy Mayor a 'misunderstanding'

Accidental text message sent to Reece Byrnes at council meeting.

Labor demands list of alternative hospital sites

Labor demands list of alternative hospital sites

Labour says hospital announcement lacks transparency

Cheap council election ran by Labor

Cheap council election ran by Labor

Councillors defend varying election expenditures.

Council elects youngest deputy mayor

Council elects youngest deputy mayor

Labor Councillor Reece Byrnes elected new deputy mayor.

Council's deputy mayor position up for grabs

Council's deputy mayor position up for grabs

Councillors will elect the next deputy mayor on September 21.

Council accused of playing up with party politics

Council accused of playing up with party politics

Labor Councillor wants answers about police numbers.

Opposition leader fights for better flood support

Opposition leader fights for better flood support

Luke Foley visits Murwillumbah businesses.

A place for parking for Murwillumbah businesses

A place for parking for Murwillumbah businesses

Council's making way for new businesses.

Shed backflip a decision community might rue

Shed backflip a decision community might rue

Koala expert warns community might one day rue "grandstanding” move.

Men's Shed gets green light after councillor backflip

Men's Shed gets green light after councillor backflip

Labor councillor to support Black Rocks solution

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