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jaybeeThu, 11/02/2016 - 12:38pm

The joint announcement on Thursday 4 February between the Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter Hon Scot MacDonald MLC & the Mayor of Great Lakes Council Councillor Jan McWilliams that they will jointly fund a study on the vexed question of providing a trailer boat ramp for North Arm Cove, is a positive move forward towards providing this number one priority on the Coves “wish list”.

It gives rise to the possibility that this vital piece of infrastructure could be constructed before the North Arm Cove settlement turns 100 years old in 2017.

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Have you seen a phascogale?
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mpicklesThu, 11/02/2016 - 9:27am

Phascogales are one of the threatened species in the area which rely on the preservation of habitat to maintain thier numbers.

You may not have seen them about as they are mostly nocturnal and have a way of hiding behind trees from humans.

This pic was taken by a Land for Wildlife member at Pindimar using a webcam.

Have you seen phascogales here in North Arm Cove?

Webcams will be available soon for load from Great Lakes Council for residents to use to find out what is about in your area, more information will be posted...

dougkSat, 06/02/2016 - 4:23pm

It should be a well-attended meeting of the Residents Association (13 February 10am) given the topic of our guest speaker: Daniel Bauer from MidCoast Water. Daniel, who is MidCoast Water's Group Manager Planning & Development, will address the status of providing services to small communities like North Arm Cove and the key messages in MidCoast Water's 2045 Strategy. Following the presentation, he will be happy to take questions from the floor.

The agenda for the meeting, including other issues...

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dougkSat, 06/02/2016 - 3:59pm

Before the last state election Premier Baird promised, if re-elected, to implement a Container Deposit Scheme by 1 July 2017. Those who help out on "Clean-up" day know all too well the extent of cans and bottles that line the sides of our roads, A discussion paper on this topic has been prepared for the Government. It outlines two possible models to address this problem. If you wish to make a response to the proposals you should do so by...

tonyhMon, 18/01/2016 - 10:53am

LITTER, by Levi Tafari
Well hello everybody
How do you do?
I wanna introduce myself to you!
My name is LITTER
I dwell in the gutter
I’m comprised of glass, wood, metal and paper
I’m getting larger hour after hour
You’ll find me lurking in your area.
I move around the city
I make it untidy to human beings
I’m really unhealthy
I’m not very pretty...

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dougkSun, 17/01/2016 - 9:39pm

As if to celebrate next week's Australia Day, the first few weeks of 2016 have brought us both scorching days and drenching rain. This is, after all, the Australia of Dorothea Mackellar's perceptive poem.

Such drenching rains are becoming a regular feature of the Cove. The deluge of the week before last, while not quite as bad as either April last year or March 1 2013, still pushed the Cove's existing drainage beyond its capacity.
Were you adversely affected by these most recent storms? 

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