Making decisions together

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At Tweed Shire Council, we share the community’s passion and pride in the Tweed. We are committed to work together to preserve the Tweed lifestyle, our natural environment and make better decisions as a community-led Council.

We welcome the combined experience, imagination and common sense of the Tweed community to guide Council decision-making. As a community, we will grow and learn from each other and, in turn, Council decisions will be more aligned to community aspirations.




At Tweed Shire Council, we share the community’s passion and pride in the Tweed. We are committed to work together to preserve the Tweed lifestyle, our natural environment and make better decisions as a community-led Council.

We welcome the combined experience, imagination and common sense of the Tweed community to guide Council decision-making. As a community, we will grow and learn from each other and, in turn, Council decisions will be more aligned to community aspirations.




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  • Improving transparency of Council decision making

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    8 months ago

    Have you ever wanted to find out what happened at a Council meeting but were unable to attend? Soon you'll be able to catch up online.

    Tweed Shire Council will soon start webcasting Council meetings to increase the transparency of Council decision making, enable access for members of our community who are unable to attend in person and comply with new State requirements.

    Visitors to the website will have the option to view the entire meeting, or only those sections of the meeting they are interested in thanks to a new agenda and meeting management system that will integrate the Council meeting minutes with the webcast.

    To allow for the minutes of the meeting to be uploaded at the same time as the webcast, the recorded Council meeting will be posted to Council's website the day following the meeting - a delay of less than 24 hours.

    The first scheduled webcast for Council will be the Planning Committee meeting to be held on 6 February 2020.

    For more information on Council meetings, and to read Council's Code of Meeting Practice, visit: https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/CouncilMeetings