Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Articles from November 13, 2009

A New Endangered Species; We're Almost Extinct Say Tweed's Farmers
Byline: Peter Caton TWEED farmers say their industry is at crisis point and farming for a living is about to disappear from the shire. Low incomes from farming, high land prices and restrictive council regulations are leading to an exodus from...
BMD {North Tumbulgum Arabian's Historic Win at Show}
* The first Heritage Lodge Art Show is being held at Murwillumbah today. It includes about 30 works in a variety of media and styles. Work by 10 residents is featured along with the work of local artist Graeme Stevenson and his students, and a local...
Cause of Crash Unknown
Byline: Kirsty Noffke VOLUNTEER rescue workers had to cut the roof off a semi- trailer to free the driver after it rolled on the Pacific Highway early yesterday morning. The driver, a 48-year-old Yamba man, suffered multiple trauma injuries in...
Clinic Opens Doors; Art of Living Well Comes to Tweed
Byline: Kirsty Noffke IT has never been a better time to launch Tweed Heads' newest Psychology and Counselling clinic. As part of National Psychology Week, the Living Well clinic was officially opened yesterday. One of the private practice's...
Cool Program Heads Up North; Good Clean Fun to Hit the Coolangatta Streets for Teenagers
Byline: Kirsty Noffke A GROUP of dedicated workers is making sure youth at Coolangatta's Goodwin Park keep a cool head. The Cool Heads Street Outreach Service will tonight launch their newest program at Goodwin Park, which will continue to operate...
Lead-Up to Windies a Mystery
I AM not sure if you have been staying up to watch the Australia-India clandestine One-Day Series in India at the moment, but why the hell Australia would be wanting to use a best-of-seven one-day tournament in India as a warm-up to the Australian...
McClean Ready to Strike
Byline: Jamie Gallagher BURLEIGH'S No.1 ranked Australian bodyboarder Corey McClean is chomping at the bit to hit the water in the final leg of the Rebel Sport Pro Tour at Duranbah today. After 10 months of competition through Queensland, New...
McHappy Heroes to Help Kids; Family Fun Planned at McDonalds for Charity Fundraiser
Byline: Kirsty Noffke THE leaders of the Justice League will be in force tomorrow at McDonalds South Tweed to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities. Batman and Superman will be among the other character favourites at the Minjungbal...
Murder Wasn't Supposed to Happen: Witness
Byline: ROSS IRBY "I FEARED for my life sir. They would have killed me," Crown witness Jason Weeding told a murder committal hearing when asked why he previously lied to police about his knowledge of the murder of Chinderah brothel owner Victor...
Rail Trail Goes Cold after Bill Shelving
A SUDDEN backflip by the NSW Government has seen the withdrawal of the controversial Rail Trails Bill only a day after the government agreed to significant amendments in the wake of community protests. Transport Minister David Campbell's office...
Service in Good Health; Survey of Patients Returns Top Marks for North Coast
Byline: Patrick Williams NORTH Coast Area Health Service has received a glowing report card for patient care in a new state survey. The health service, which operates Tweed and Murwillumbah hospitals, received top accolades in the New South Wales...
SurfStock a Huge Success
THE inaugural Kirra SurfStock presented by Connecting Southern Gold Coast and in association with Kirra Surf and local business was a total success. Four nights and three days of surf, music, movies, art and lifestyle events, the festival was totally...

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