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Some of the raffle prizes
Annie44Tue, 24/05/2016 - 4:49pm

The Stitch Gatherers Group were hoping that funds raised at this year's Biggest Morning Tea & Teddy Bears Picnic would at least equal last year's total of $1,550. How about a whopping $2,150 - that's an amazing amount for a small community and just proves that North Arm Cove residents are prepared to dig deep for a good cause.

Raffles and auctions helped to raise this record amount and a highlight of the day was the "Big Ted" raffle and weight guessing...

tonyhMon, 23/05/2016 - 5:52pm

In the coming weeks the NSW Rural Fire Service will be aiming to conduct a hazard reduction burn in the area identified in the Community Protection Plan situated to the west of the North Arm Cove Community Hall. This hazard reduction has taken considerable planning and is designed to help protect the community.

The North Arm Cove brigade will be responsible for implementing this hazard reduction, and will undertake a mail box drop in the near future to further advise the community of the proposed hazard reduction.

A further hazard reduction that was identified for Baromee Hill is...

dougkTue, 17/05/2016 - 10:20am

Protection Plan work continues at the Community Hall today (Tuesday 17) with workers busy completing the installation of window shutters. These special shutters, now being fitted to the windows on the western side, will reduce radiant heat exposure into the hall helping to make it a safer place.

In the event that it is necessary for any residents to take refuge in the Hall as a place of last resort, these shutters will be able to be wound down from inside the Hall.

dougkMon, 16/05/2016 - 3:03pm

Excellent news just received (Monday May 16) that the Hall Committee has been successful in its grant application for a Volunteers Small Equipment Grant. This will provide $5,000 for a "commercial" dishwasher for the North Arm Cove Community Centre

dougkMon, 16/05/2016 - 1:28pm

Statement by Administrator John Turner Mid Coast Council

John Turner has been appointed the Administrator of Mid Coast Council, which is a merger of the former Great Lakes Council, Greater Taree City Council and Gloucester Shire Council.

Mr Turner was appointed as the Administrator of the Council by a proclamation of the Governor of NSW on 12 May 2016.

Glenn Handford interim GM
dougkThu, 12/05/2016 - 1:40pm

Following today's NSW Cabinet meeting (Thursday 12 May) , the Minister for Local Government, Paul Toole, has announced that a merger of Great Lakes, Gloucester and Greater Taree will go ahead forming a Mid-Coast Council with effect from today .

It is clear that the feelings of the majority of the local community counted for nought in this decision. Our submissions appear to have been ignored.

If there exists a justification for this decision it could...

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