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Well, okay. Maybe we are just a teeny weeny bit biased but ...

Annie44Tue, 23/08/2016 - 2:07pm

Join the YESS Committee for a good old Aussie Bush Lunch on Saturday 27 August commencing 12pm at the Community Hall.

Adult ticket $10.00 or Family ticket $25.00.

Great entertainment by bush poet Bob Bush and Adam Price from Blue Water Cowboys.

Lunch is traditional Aussie fare - pie & peas, sausage rolls, roast beef and gravy sandwiches, baked potatoes, apple pie with ice cream.

Tea, coffee and soft drink included (or BYO...

10th Sep at the Cove Brigade
MollerwSun, 21/08/2016 - 2:57pm

Get Ready Weekend is a Rural Fire Service initiative, designed to encourage home owners to prepare their homes for the coming fire season.

Information packages and members of the North Arm Cove Brigade will be available at the NAC Fire Station on Saturday 10th September to provide information and to answer any questions you may have, as well as to provide you with help in preparing your fire preparedness plan.

Please take a look at the information below.

By the way the Brigade is looking for more new active members to help provide this vital service to...

dougkSun, 14/08/2016 - 11:01pm

The Cove's Community Centre (also known as "The Hall" ) is so much part of the fabric of our village that it is now hard to imagine the Cove without it. That we have our Hall today is thanks to the foresight and several years effort back in the 1990s by a group of enthusiastic and energetic members of the then North Arm Cove Progress Association (now called Residents Association). Let's celebrate that achievement.

The North Arm Cove Community Centre Management Committee
( S355 committee of Mid Coast Council )

Enjoying a sausage sizzle
dougkSun, 14/08/2016 - 10:03pm

A sausage sizzle on a sunny Saturday provided an excellent opportunity for a community get-together at the conclusion of the Residents Association's meetings on 13 August. The AGM saw last year's committee re-elected to serve for another year - and that is likely to be a busy one for the Cove community as we move towards the 50th anniversary of the Association. The General Meeting which followed covered a wide range of local issues. The minutes of both meetings are attached.

susancSat, 13/08/2016 - 5:46pm

If you play tennis in the Cove, you are probably getting cheaper court hire fees than anywhere else in Australia. At the AGM on 6 August, the existing committee was returned for another year, and plans are underway for changes to the practice wall to make an even more useful free sporting facility.

You can read minutes of the AGM below.

Minutes of Annual General Meeting held at 11.00 am on 6 August 2016 outside the Hall

PRESENT: Pete Chappelow (Chair), Phil and Sue Anderson, Sandy Chappelow, Susan and Jan Carter, Carol...

dougkSat, 06/08/2016 - 1:05pm

When I first began visiting North Arm Cove I heard stories of koalas within the village and that someone was keeping a record of local koala sightings. But then for years it seems we had no new sightings in the village. In my walks in the bush around the Cove I've looked in vain for signs of koalas. I was, with sorrow, quite prepared to accept that there were no more Cove koalas. That was until this past week.

NSW koalas were placed on the vulnerable species list in 2012. Urban development across the state has led to habitat...

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