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There's a hole in the bucket!

Can we fix it?siriusMon, 08/06/2015 - 12:22am

Have you checked your bank accounts lately? I logged on to our bank over the weekend to check ours. Not an uncommon task. Usually everything's fine. But this time …

Thank you SES!

SES team receive $3500 chequedougkSun, 24/05/2015 - 1:22pm

On Saturday Night (May 23) the Cove community dug deep to express its appreciation of the splendid efforts of the SES during the April storms. At the end of the night the SES were presented with a cheque for $3,500 but when the receipts from donations, entry fees, raffles, auction sales and competitions are all combined, the final figure is likely to be even higher. Not a bad effort from one small village!

Storm of the century?

kathkThu, 21/05/2015 - 11:56am

The SES Post-Storm Community Forum was held in Tea Gardens on Tuesday 19 May. A small group of enthusiastic community members (including six from the Cove) joined a contingent of SES staff and volunteers from the Mid North Coast Region of SES for a debriefing session. To assist in April's huge SES operation, involving thousands of hours of volunteer effort, SES teams came from far and wide. Additional assistance also came from other groups including the RFS.

In responding to disasters which involve storms, floods and tsunamis, it is SES which takes the lead role. This storm event was...

Post-storm debrief meeting

dougkWed, 13/05/2015 - 3:23pm

The SES did a fantastic job following April's cyclonic storm events. While these events are still fresh in our memories, it is a good time to see what we can learn from our experiences. It will help the community to be better prepared should something similar happen again. To aid this process the SES are holding a public meeting at the Baptist Church in Tea Gardens.

Darrall dons gown and bonnet!

Congratulations DarralldougkSat, 09/05/2015 - 12:27pm

Perhaps the Cove community could take a moment to bask in just a little reflected glory?

Last month, just before those April storms visited our Village, one of our own, Darrall Thompson, donned claret gown and velvet bonnet to accept the award of Doctor of Philosophy. No small achievement that Darrall, so can you also accept the Cove Community's Congratulations.

Darrall's thesis was entitled "Educational Change: A designer's Journey". He said he found it hard to encapsulate, as he was required to do, the full import of his 60,000 word accomplishment into a hundred word abstract. But this...

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