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davidw's blog
Ivana Agapiou's blog
jennyl's blog
leny's blog
mpickles's blog
sch's blog
susanc's blog
AllanRitchie's blog
DavSab's blog
janiner's blog
joandrew's blog
mareli121's blog
peterc's blog
SharonE's blog
tonyh's blog
Annie44's blog
dougk's blog
jaybee's blog
kathk's blog
Mollerw's blog
peterf's blog
sirius's blog
yachty nick's blog
darrallt's blog
garysylvaney's blog
JenMc's blog

Recent blog contributions

Free Compost
mpicklesMon, 10/09/2018 - 8:53am
Scraps to Soil Workshop

Turn your kitchen scraps to soil that can be used in your garden.

Free Workshop at North Arm Cove Community Garden

1pm - 3 pm Saturday 17 November

Take home a compost bin and aerator or worm farm plus some worms to get you started.

Everyone is welcome, you do not need to be a gardener to use this method as part of your household, and no matter if you are one person, or a family you can still make soil from scraps....

siriusSun, 26/08/2018 - 9:32pm

The turmoil in politics over the past week has led to some local disappointment. The Federal MP for Lyne, Dr David Gillespie's name was missing from the new Morrison Ministry announced earlier today (Sunday 26 August). Dr Gillespie had been Assistant Minister for Children and Families in the last Turnbull ministry.  He had been allocated that portfolio only last December. Before that Dr Gillespie had served as Assistant Minister for Health and Assistant Minister for Rural Health.

siriusSat, 25/08/2018 - 6:38pm

A large crowd of mostly perplexed MidCoast residents were present at Council's meeting on Wednesday 22 August. The vast majority of these residents were expressing their support for a recission motion aimed at overturning a contentious decision from Council's last meeting.

In July, by just 6 votes to 5, Council chose "Barrington Coast" as the "destination name" for the MidCoast region. After a truncated discussion last Wednesday, the recission motion was put and lost. That means this area's destination name is now officially to be the "Barrington Coast".

jennylSat, 11/08/2018 - 8:30pm

Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Family Research Group celebrates National Family History Month for Australia & NZ on Monday 20th with a free talk - William (Bill) Pearce - DEFEATING FATE : How a badly injured fireman saved his train! - THORNTON - 4th December 1905 - (an ancestor of Bill!) "The Great Act of Bravery on Australian Soil"

Shop 3 /209 Myall Street, Tea Gardens 11a.m. - Monday 20th August 2018
We are hoping for RSVP by Monday 13 August - Tea & Coffee available


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