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bobreidSun, 31/05/2020 - 3:12pm

In the April NACCAi community update the Committee advised that the next step in updating the constitution was to prepare another draft constitution for members to review. We have completed this draft and are issuing a copy for member review and feedback.

This proposed constitution is intended to replace the existing constitution that was developed in 1992 and is out of date and no longer meets the needs of the Association.

It is effectively an updated and modernised version of the 1992 constitution that incorporates:

bobreidSun, 31/05/2020 - 2:39pm

Thank you Bottlenose and NigelT for identifying this beach - it is named Culburra Cove, and according to Bottlenose it was taken by Steve Colvin in the 1930's - 40's.

Today the beach looks much like it did in the photo, except that houses are now built alongside it.

Can anyone tell us why it is named Culburra Cove, and who named it?

bobreidFri, 29/05/2020 - 8:50am

Due to the meeting restrictions from the coronavirus the next NACCAi ordinary meeting which is scheduled for Saturday 13 June has been cancelled.

The Committee will publish another Community Update in mid June to update the community on its activities and what's happening with the MidCoast Council community planning process.

The next scheduled NACCAi ordinary meeting is on Saturday 8 August at 10am, and we are hoping that restrictions will be eased by then and the meeting can be held.

dougkThu, 28/05/2020 - 3:00pm

Stuck at home? Go places with this week's Word-Search Puzzle ...

bobreidMon, 25/05/2020 - 12:05am

This pretty little beach is one of North Arm Cove's secrets. When this photo was taken many years ago there were no houses next to the beach, and now there are quite a few. Once again it shows that much of the land had been cleared, with trees left mostly in the steeper areas.

Can anyone work out which beach this is?

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dougkThu, 21/05/2020 - 3:00pm

For something a little dramatic ..

Today's featured article ...

dougkSun, 09/08/2015 - 11:00pm

Did you ever wonder why ...
Some people spell Boulevarde with a final E
there are others who spell Boulevard with no extra E?

Can both be right?

Council, it appears, is confused because some of our local signs have the E at the end but most official Council records show no extra E. Indeed most Boulevards in the world go without an E to finish. Although Hawks Nest of course has "The Boulevarde"! That final E hasn't been washed away - yet.

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