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bobreidTue, 20/10/2020 - 9:43pm

I have been advised that the "A Current Affair" program on channel 9 will be screening a feature on Fame Cove and related issues on Wednesday 21 October at 7pm.

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bobreidMon, 19/10/2020 - 10:22pm

I recently had a phone call from a senior planner at MidCoast Council about the Rural Strategy. She rang following a request I had made a few days earlier for an update on the timing for the strategy.

The strategy is expected to be released in February/March next year, which is later than the previous advice of late this year. Apparently more work is being put into it to make it more user friendly with extra features such as online mapping.

After the strategy is released there will be a comprehensive engagement program over 2-3 months.

janinerSun, 18/10/2020 - 9:01pmCrested tern

You can help our scientists by participating in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count. It is on this week, 19-25 October, and only takes 20 minutes. You can do it on your phone or computer at any location you choose. Just search for “Aussie Bird Count” on your computer or download the app.

You don’t have to be an expert to participate. You are asked to only count birds that you can positively identify and leave the rest out. The...

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bobreidSat, 17/10/2020 - 7:24pm

This is a reminder that the timeframe for lodging submissions on, or nominating for the Steering Group for, the North Arm Cove and Carrington Community Plan closes at next Friday, 23 October at 4pm.

You can lodge submissions by either:

mpicklesWed, 14/10/2020 - 2:34pm

Submission has been made for a Community Infrastructure Grant from Office of Gambling NSW for Upgrade of North Arm Cove Community Centre electricity with supply of a 3 phase 63kva substation, upgrade of building connections, and 50,000 litre water tank will ensure that the activities and operations of the centre are sustainable.

We need the power and water upgraded to provide enough resources to conduct existing activities and events and also to provide new innovations such as the coffee...

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bobreidSun, 11/10/2020 - 9:44pm

The agenda for this Saturday’s ordinary general meeting is attached to this post. The agenda, and associated papers, have also been emailed to members.

The meeting is being held in the Community Hall from 10am to 12 noon.

There is a lot to cover in the meeting, so we will be assuming members read the agenda and accompanying documents beforehand so we can keep the meeting on time and finish by 12 noon.

If you are intending to come to the meeting, you must let us know beforehand so we can arrange the seating and ensure we comply with the Covid 19 requirements.

mpicklesMon, 05/10/2020 - 8:42am

Over $1000 has been raised with the support of donators for the Coffee Shop.

The funds cover the purchase of a Coffee Machine provided by Cafe Maintenance which has been installed by the generous support of Vince Sosnovec.

The support for the Coffee Shop has been overwhelming with generous donations of funds, time and help.

Jan Walker and John Fisk installled the kitchen which was donated by Vince.

Benchtop provided by Newcastle Benches.

The following residents are recognised for thier contributions as Founding Angels of the NAC Coffee Shop and we...

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bobreidSat, 03/10/2020 - 5:53pm

The next NACCAi ordinary general meeting will be held on Saturday 17 October from 10am to 12 noon at the Community Hall.

Feedback from many members who attended the previous meeting on 29 August was that they were very happy with the meeting format, so we are adopting the same format for this meeting.

The agenda will be published a week beforehand, and it will include reports such as finance and subcommittee reports.


Today's featured article ...

mpicklesMon, 06/02/2012 - 12:33pm
Introduction to the present vegetation of North Arm Cove

Aboriginal Lands. The area would likely have been natural grassland and open woodland that was cared for by the clans of the Worrimi tribe.(More on the original grasslands later).

Post European Settlement .Since the time of European settlement with the arrival of the Australian Agricultural Company in the 1830’s, much of the original eucalypt woodland vegetation was cleared or extensively thinned and converted to grassland, where the original natural grassland did not exist. The bushland that we see around the cove now is open forests and woodlands that has regrown...