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mpicklesMon, 22/07/2019 - 8:46am

We have had great feedback from residents who signed up for the Electricity Deal with Energy Australia.

One residents saved more than $300 and another more than $100 on thier bill for the first quarter of the new deal.

Good news for our first attempt in our village in group buying.

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dougkTue, 16/07/2019 - 4:33pm

Locals travelling into the Cove during the last couple of days will have noticed the new solar-powered sign as you make the turn off Gooreengi Road. The Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee (BFMC) received funding to buy and install six of these Electronic Fire Danger Rating Signs within the Mid Coast Area. North Arm Cove/Carrington/Tahlee are beneficiaries of this initiative.

Committee chairman Ian Sirett said the installation of the signs came about after a review of:

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mpicklesSat, 13/07/2019 - 1:05pm

Residents Association Dates for Coming Months

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mpicklesSat, 13/07/2019 - 1:01pm

NSW Community Funding Heros Beach Project

A proposal for installation of picnic facilities at Heros Beach has been

included in the approved projects for NSW community voting.

Residents and friends are encouraged to vote for this project from the

15 July 2019 at nsw.gov.au/mycommunityproject website.

The more votes we get the more likely we will have funding approved to provide tables and...

Today's featured article

mpicklesMon, 20/02/2012 - 9:24am

Migrating wader birds in the Cove

Small numbers of Bar Tailed Godwits who live in the arctic tundra of Siberia and Alaska in the Northern Hemisphere summer and in Australia during our summer have been in the cove for the past few months. In early summer there was a group of 4 and now there are 8! There are hundreds of godwits currently living in the Kooragang Island wetlands and Stockton sands after considerable effort by volunteers to preserve the habitats. The Godwits share the amazing East Asian- Australian Flyway migratory path with about 55 other wading birds. Tracking...

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