The Cove blogs

Recent site contributors ...

1960cjj's blog
Darrall Thompson's blog
dougk's blog
jaybee's blog
joandrew's blog
mareli121's blog
peterf's blog
susanc's blog
Annie44's blog
davidw's blog
garysylvaney's blog
JenMc's blog
kathk's blog
milly's blog
sch's blog
tonyh's blog
bobreid's blog
DavSab's blog
Ivana Agapiou's blog
jennyl's blog
leny's blog
mpickles's blog
SharonE's blog
WizardofOz's blog
Chrislyn's blog
denise's blog
janiner's blog
Jim Parnell's blog
Loal Conroy's blog
peterc's blog
sirius's blog

Recent blog contributions

janinerSun, 26/01/2020 - 9:06pm

In the last few days we've had some lovely high tides in the middle of the day. We've had a lot of people out for a swim, people kayaking and kids playing in the water. Unfortunately we've also had a few hoons driving their boats at speed between the oyster leases and the shore.

If you want to go fast, please go on the other side of the oyster leases and keep the shore side safe for the rest of us and the noise levels down for those onshore. And perhaps a reminder to your visitors about safe...

bobreidTue, 21/01/2020 - 10:49am

What on earth is the NACCAi Executive Committee up to – three notices of the 8 February 2020 special general meeting and three different versions of the constitution have been published in two weeks, with the last two versions published on Sunday evening and then on Monday morning! None of the notices comply with our existing constitution requirements or the Associations legislation, and each of the constitutions contains inconsistencies which could render them unworkable.

This is a complete shemozzle, a giant stuff-up that should never have happened and must be fixed!

Jim ParnellSat, 18/01/2020 - 3:45pm

At the Fire Drill meeting at the Community Hall on Saturday 18th of Jan  RFS Community Engagement Facilitator Margaret Hunt, has volunteered to visit any resident’s property in the Cove to assist and give advice on how to keep and make your home safer in the event of a major bushfire in the Cove.

The RFS unfortunately are unable to offer house protection to homes in the Cove in the event of a bushfire, if going on to that property might endanger the lives of their members because of any unsafe conditions that may exist there on.

Darrall ThompsonSat, 18/01/2020 - 1:55pm

The historical and cultural significance of North Arm Cove is not only supported by its Walter Burley Griffin design. The Cove is also home to significant Aboriginal heritage that has been officially acknowledged and gazetted by the Government. See the dropbox PDF link below for further information.


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