Rolling coverage of today's Tweed Shire Council virtual extraordinary meeting
The coronavirus pandemic may have disrupted traditional Easter church services but technology is allowing congregations to connect online.
The new total of coronavirus cases in the Tweed's Local Health District has reached 49.
While most people are shutting doors to spend Good Friday inside, the holiday has opened doors for some businesses.
While some have been told there are not enough hours for them, other industries need more workers than ever before.
There is a resounding message from health officials and community leaders in the Tweed about these Easter holidays.
Coronavirus cases in the Tweed's Local Health District have risen to 48 with a new patient confirmed Monday night
Society's most vulnerable are now facing more struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic
The council has written to the head of the state to plead the case for shutting the NSW border to protect the Tweed.
Paramedics were called but the man died at the crash scene.