Latest Tweed Shire News

Honouring locals who give back this National Volunteer Week
Rare new Olley acquisition on public display for first time in decades
‘Miracle’ Triplets Are Sweet Surprise On Mother’s Day
Council urges extra vigilance as new fire ant nest discovered at original site
Murwillumbah bridge to glow gold for Road Safety Week 2024
Upgraded Piggabeen Sports Complex Kicks Off
Northern Rivers Rail Trail earns prestigious engineering excellence award
Tweed Ready For Anzac Day 2024
Keeping Watch On Tyalgum Road
What sport and active recreation facilities do we need in the Tweed?
Preserving Integrity Of Tweed’s Scenic Landscapes
Restoration work gathers pace on Tweed’s rural road network
Upgrade Starts At Jack Evans Boat Harbour Beach
Calling all budding artists: Wollumbin Youth Art Award now open for entries
Youth Week Activities To Kick Off With Local Festival
Council reworks water access charge for non-residential properties
Repairs To Multi-level Carpark One Step Closer
Reapirs To Multi-level Carpark One Step Closer
Popular Tweed Heads Riverside Park To Be Revitalised
Green bin changes mean less confusion and healthier soil
Entries Now Open For 2024 Wollumbin Art Award
Feasibility study into new indoor sports complex gets green light
It’s official: The Tweed’s tourism marketing is Australia’s best
Kunghur Hall Open And Ready For Hire
Additional Road Work Planned At Extreme Slip Site
Regional City mayors call for action on affordable housing
Next Steps Towards New Animal Pound And Rehoming Centre
New Council Works Depot Gets Green Light
Short Film Festival Celebrates Makers Around World
Tweed Seniors Festival To Launch With Huge 2024 Program
Expert Panel To Guide Emergency Services Levy Reform
Autumn exhibitions explore identity, portraiture and mindfulness
Morandi And New Olley Works Unveiled Beside Monet
Tweed flood restoration continues two years on from disaster
Building Collection, Sharing Collection
Plan to shape future of tourism in Tweed
Recovery support for flood-affected communities 2 February
Considering running for Council? Learn what’s involved at a briefing session
Council’s sustainability performance hits the mark in most areas
Tweed Valley Flood Study seeks community input
Tweed Citizen of the Year is a dedicated firefighter and disability support worker
Flood damage bill grows as rains show no let up
Fire ant treatment around Murwillumbah to continue after big wet
Australia Day Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in the community
Trigger to close Tyalgum Road landslip gates explained
Shifting gears: Planning for active transport in Tweed
Drones deployed as mosquito season hits full swing
Water restrictions lifted for Tyalgum 10 January