North Arm Cove Community Website

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bobreidThu, 29/07/2021 - 1:56pm

Karuah East Quarry is a State Significant Development with an established Community Consultative Committee (CCC).

The purpose of the CCC is to provide a forum for open dialogue between the operators of the quarry and representatives of the local community, stakeholder groups and local Councils.

The CCC are seeking suitable applicant(s) to join the established committee. Applicants will generally live locally and/or are members of community, environment, Aboriginal or Industry stakeholder groups. 

Positions on the CCC are voluntary and you will be expected to:

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tonyhWed, 04/08/2021 - 2:39pm

From Len Yearsley, Chairman, Fame Cove Sub Committee, NACCAi

The NACCAi sub- committee met (2/8/2021) early this week. Midcoast Council officers Adam Matlawski, the Major Assessment & Regulatory Services Manager, and the recently-appointed Brad Ferguson, Senior Compliance Officer, explained the details of revised Land and Environment Court Orders handed down 20 May 2021.

The meeting was also attended by the Hon Kate Washington, our local State member who has had an association with, and closely supported our community’s endeavours over the past 10 years.

Among the 25 pages of the Court Documents...

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bobreidThu, 29/07/2021 - 2:06pm

The second episode of John "Stinker" Clarke's series on ABC Radio on fishing in Port Stephens was broadcast last Saturday 24 July.

This episode was all about how Port Stephens became the biggest oyster farm in the world.

You can listen to this episode on the following link:

John 'Stinker' Clarke tells you how Port Stephens became the biggest oyster farm in the world - Saturday Breakfast - ABC Radio

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dougkTue, 27/07/2021 - 3:26pm

Our Community Protection Planning Coordinator, Inspector Ian Cook, writes ...

Currently I am in the process of reviewing North Arm Cove's Community Protection Plan, and attempting to begin producing a new set of maps (which will include new maps for the Interpretive sign at the hall).

It is important to show the progress that has made towards increasing preparedness of the community.

I note all of the identified Asset Protection Zones are either in place, or nearly complete, with treatment schedules in place.

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Loal ConroyThu, 22/07/2021 - 5:37pm

MRM were on site at the Community Centre today (22nd July 2021) to install the new power pole and transformer.  Cables were upgrated and a new power box also installed.  We all endured the lack of power most of the day but it will be worth it... the next step is for solar panels and batteries!

Deferred for a second time!
Loal ConroyThu, 22/07/2021 - 5:17pm

Unfortunately we have decided to defer the Winter Soltice bonfire yet again! It had been rescheduled for Sunday 25th July.

Due to the current Covid restrictions and concerns that visitors to North Arm Cove may impose to our area, we feel it appropriate cancel once again. Sincere apologies and hopefully we can resurrect this event in the not too distant future. :)

mpicklesThu, 22/07/2021 - 6:17am

New Street Signs installed by MCC as part of the signage update across the LGA are welcome.

Also John Fisk Treasurer of the Community Centre Committee has updated the blackboard ready for promoting events and alerts. Thank you John.

Loal ConroyWed, 21/07/2021 - 1:04pm

Severe weather warning for Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 July. If emergency shelter required at North Arm Cove Community Centre, please ring: 0408 115 553 or 0414 322 948.

SES: 132 500 - STAY SAFE EVERYONE.


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dougkSun, 16/08/2015 - 11:20pm

Names never count - said C.J. Dennis's Sentimental Bloke - But ar, I like "Doreen!" 

It is true that roses would still smell as sweet whatever you called them - yet knowing the correct name of a place or street when you are travelling can be quite handy.