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dougkSun, 17/06/2018 - 1:02pm

We’re progressively upgrading playgrounds across the region, focusing on modern facilities that are customised and offer durability specific to their location, explained Dan Aldridge, MidCoast Council’s Manager, Community Spaces, Recreation and Trades.  This comment was made while announcing that, commencing this week, MidCoast Council’s parks team "will be undertaking a revamp of an existing playground in the village of Limeburners Creek with removal of the worn play equipment".

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janinerTue, 12/06/2018 - 7:14pm

NSW DPI has released the oyster production figures for 2016/2017.

To interpret the results it is necessary to look at how the production results are presented. The results are quoted for small, medium and large oysters in terms of dozens of oysters. In addition, the results are separated into Sydney Rock oysters, Pacific oysters (from Port Stephens only) and triploid Pacific oysters (from other estuaries).

If you add the results together, it is like adding different sizes of pears and apples all together. I have used conversion figures available from DPI to convert all the results into bags...

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tonyhFri, 01/06/2018 - 4:17pm

MidCoast Council has today announced the appointment of its new General Manager. He is Adrian Panuccio who served as Chief Operating Officer and Acting General Manager for North Sydney Council.

You can read more about Mr Panuccio through this link to the Council's website - http://www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/News-Media/New-General-Manager-for-MidCoa...

Tony Hann

Annie44Thu, 31/05/2018 - 2:31pm

The residents of North Arm Cove and surrounding areas have once again proved they can punch above their weight when it comes to fund raising, with a total of $2,050 raised at the recent Biggest Morning Tea.

Around 70 guests enjoyed a traditional Devonshire Tea and browsed the sale tables. There were so many fine entries in the Lavender and Lace craft competition that the Judges had a pretty tough time deciding on the six...

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tonyhTue, 29/05/2018 - 5:04pm

The minutes of the tennis general meeting held May 26 are attached.

Peter Chappelow 180526 General.doc

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tonyhSat, 26/05/2018 - 3:23pm

Observations by Gary Sylvaney - a NAC boating resident.

Having arrived in the Cove just 6 years ago, my first close involvement with moves for a Community Jetty and Community Boat Ramp occurred with the Royal Haskoning DHV Survey during 2016. Prior to that, it was the disappointment experienced when I discovered the Council Plan prominently displayed at Casuarina Reserve in 2012 for a Community Jetty and Ramp was not going to happen. It had played a...

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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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