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siriusTue, 20/02/2018 - 10:24am

Brendan Guiney, Director Water Services of Midcoast Council (formerly Midcoast Water) has made the following official statement in relation to proposed activities being undertaken at Tea Gardens:

In December 2017 we were made aware of potentially illegal work being undertaken on land owned by Australian Pine Products Pty Ltd in Tea Gardens. We are working closely with other State Government departments to investigate the impacts of these activities.

MidCoast Water Services has a rigorous Drinking Water Quality Management System that includes a variety of tests on a regular basis. The recent tests indicate there is no change

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dougkSun, 11/02/2018 - 10:41pm

There is a little over a week remaining to respond to the draft MidCoast Community Strategic Plan . Council will use this plan as a guide in its decision-making. It is up to us to respond if we want the direction Council takes to be relevant to us.

After the merger, a “What is MidCoast” project produced the following vision statement:

We aspire to be a place of unique environmental significance where our quality of life and sense of community is balanced by sustainable and sensitive development, which fosters economic...

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janinerSun, 28/01/2018 - 9:30pm
Autralia Day

Thank you and congratulations to the YESS Committee, organisers of the Australia Day event at Heros Beach. There was a large crowd and we had a wonderful day. The weather was kind, not too hot, and the kids, big and small, enjoyed playing in the water. The sausage sandwiches were great and there was plenty of cheer and good will.

A few Cove residents continued celebrating into the evening by attending the fireworks at Karuah RSL at 9pm. If you like your fireworks up close without big crowds, then you would have enjoyed this event. You could feel the...

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dougkSun, 28/01/2018 - 2:43pm

"Councils" became a key topic at the recently-held January meeting of the Pindimar Bundabah Community Association (PBCA). Following discussions, the meeting resolved to investigate further whether a change of Council was possible for those villages and towns located on the northern shore of Port Stephens.

dougkMon, 22/01/2018 - 12:00am

The jumbo-sized puzzle below completes the trilogy of Cove Holiday Cryptic Crossword Puzzles. This time round, many of the clues and/or answers have a bit of Australian flavour.

If you can't quite get to grips with cryptic crosswords then cruciverbalist (crossword setter) David Astle has written some books that might help. Here is my 2011 review of his first.

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