Santa comes to the Tweed

Tweed Daily News - - NEWS OUT & ABOUT -

IT’S the most ex­cit­ing time of the year, as chil­dren hang stock­ings up and leave cook­ies out for Santa.

Tweed res­i­dents are get­ting into the Christ­mas spirit as the count­down be­gins for the big day of fes­tiv­i­ties with friends and fam­ily.

This year we have cap­tured res­i­dents all across the re­gion get­ting among the Christ­mas ac­tiv­i­ties, from Tweed Heads to Mur­willum­bah.

Many peo­ple are look­ing for­ward to meet­ing with their fam­ily, friends and en­joy­ing a well-de­served break be­fore the new year ar­rives.

From Tweed Shire Coun­cil of­fi­cers, Gold Coast Air­port em­ploy­ees and ser­vice sta­tion at­ten­dants, res­i­dents have been spot­ted kick­ing back and en­joy­ing the fes­tive cheer as Christ­mas ap­proaches in just three more sleeps.

We at the Tweed Daily

News would like to wish all of our read­ers a merry Christ­mas and happy new year.

CLAUS AND PAWS: Bec Byrnes from the An­i­mal Wel­fare League of Queens­land with Santa and Mrs Claus.

Tweed Shire Coun­cil of­fi­cer Sandie Lane, gen­eral man­ager Troy Green and of­fi­cer Mark Tickle.

The Vir­gin flight crew hang out with Mr and Mrs Claus.

Mur­willum­bah South Mayor Phil Tay­lor gets into the Christ­mas spirit.


Gold Coast Air­port vol­un­teer Shaji Koc.

Re­nee from BP Mur­willum­bah is jump­ing for joy th­ese hol­i­days.

Tiger Air­ways staff Rash­mita Kaur, Eryn Dolan, Fiona Cauchi and Mae­gen Hearn.

The Clauses join Alexandria and puppy Reg­gie.

Gold Coast Air­port me­dia staff James Gough and Nikki Todd.

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