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Annie44Tue, 23/10/2018 - 9:11am

The North Arm Cove YESS group found themselves with surplus funds and few students eligible for the grant this year so the group looked for a worthy cause. And what could be more worthy than the residents of Dunedoo and surrounding areas in Central Western NSW, devastated by bushfires and the ongoing drought. YESS members unanimously voted to donate $1,000 to the Dunedoo Central School, to be used to further sporting activities.

North Arm Cove residents Joan and Colin Williams planned to take a trip to Broken Hill in September and saw this as an ideal...

mpicklesFri, 19/10/2018 - 5:31pm

Dust off your broom sticks, skeleton jump suits, Zombie wear, vampire teeth and bring some tricks, games, and scary food to share.

Prizes for the scariest,








Pizza Slices - $1.00 each – Meatlovers, Vegetarian, Margherita

Or bring your own pizza to cook. Bring your...

susancTue, 16/10/2018 - 12:28pm

Attached is a copy of the minutes of the NACRA Annual General Meeting held on 13 October 2018

kathkSun, 14/10/2018 - 1:05pm

Last Saturday's NACRA AGM saw big changes with the election of the new NACRA Committee for 2018-19. The retirement of several longer-term committee members provided an opportunity for others to step forward. And step forward they did with enthusiasm. It was great to see that we have within our small community many people willing to volunteer their time  and effort to work in the interests of our Cove community. So many in fact that ballots were required to determine some of the positions.

susancFri, 12/10/2018 - 4:32pm

Attached are the agendas for the NACRA Annual General Meeting and General Meeting 10am Saturday 13.

dougkSun, 07/10/2018 - 2:41pm

Our normally safe and quiet neighbourhood has recently been hit by a spate of serious thefts. Residents are urged to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity and report it to the police.

lenySun, 07/10/2018 - 1:49pm

Meetings held in the Cove during July and September have revealed some proposed new directions for developments at the Fame Cove Properties belonging to Mr Lee's company, Tea Garden Farms.

The North Arm Cove Residents Association Fame Cove Sub Committee, supplemented by representatives from Bundabah and Pindimar, has been meeting with Mr Lee’s Project Delivery Manager: Stuart Murray of Site R&D. Stuart is contracted to plan and initiate works ordered by the Land and Environment Court on 25 September 2017. Those orders followed proceedings brought by Midcoast Council.

jennylThu, 27/09/2018 - 12:44pm


On Sunday 23rd Sept. we hosted Kim Katon to talk about 'Researching Aboriginal Family History' - something we have been getting queries about but know little.  The talk was open to all interested members and visitors.

As a group we have varied experience in family research - ranging from bare beginners (like one of NAC/s newer residents Lorraine Zions) to those who have been researching for decades in the time honoured way (like our fab librarian Shirley Cox).  However Aboriginal Family Research is quite specific  and needs to be approached in a different manner.

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dougkSun, 30/08/2015 - 11:58pm

It seems the Cove's relationship with Council has, for many years, mostly been a case of we give and they take. A significant amount of rate money has flowed to Council over the past half century from the North Arm Cove village area and the many nearby non-urban lots. Yet it has been a continual struggle for North Arm Cove to gain the attention of Council when they so often seem totally preoccupied elsewhere.

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