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siriusWed, 08/08/2018 - 7:55pm

Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee is to install Community Protection Plan Interpretive Signs for Pindimar, Bundabah, Hawks Nest and North Arm Cove.

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dougkTue, 20/02/2018 - 10:36am

   Ian Cook writes:

Further mitigation through hazard reduction burning is being planned in an area west of the Community Hall on private land. As always, seeking approval from the multitude of private land managers ( owners ) is proving challenging. Kirsty has been doing a colossal job with issuing letters to owners.

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1960cjjSat, 03/06/2017 - 6:11pm

Winter fire safety checklist

Is your home winter fire safe?

We recommend this simple safety checklist to help keep your home fire safe this winter. Make sure you and everyone in your household follows the following safety advice:

dougkTue, 23/05/2017 - 10:32am

Ian Cook writes:

Dear Community Members

It is that time of the year again that the NSW Rural Fire Service and agencies have began to implement hazard reduction activities across the state to reduce available forest fuels.

With reference to North Arm Cove, a hazard reduction plan targeting strategic locations was developed through the Community Protection Plan. This plan identified specific areas to conduct hazard reduction activities with the purpose to provide strategic areas of fire protection advantage which will reduce the speed and intensity of bush fires, and reduce the potential for spot and crown fire development. The objective is that in the event of a bush fire, this will assist the local brigade to conduct suppression through indirect attack (back burning).

During the first week of May I made a visit to the Cove ...

9155 ha burnt
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dougkSun, 06/11/2016 - 2:17pm

Some Cove residents were well prepared for evacuation if Sunday's fire, which had threatened Karuah, closed the highway and then jumped the Karuah River, had moved further east towards Carrington and North Arm Cove pushed by those strong westerly winds.

The thick smoke scattered the light of the afternoon sun into an ominous red glow. Thankfully a late afternoon change of breeze has eased the situation for Sunday night - at least for Carrington and North Arm Cove which RFS considers are no longer under threat from this fire . However Monday and Tuesday temperatures in this area are...

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