General News

dougkTue, 15/05/2012 - 3:20pm

These fees are on display for public comment for the next 3 weeks, until close of business Thursday 7 June 2012.

You are encouraged to review the new proposed fees for our hall and if you have any comment on them, to contact Council. (The fee for 2 hours becomes $16.)

markwWed, 09/05/2012 - 4:41pm

View photos of the Karuah ANZAC day function. Who do you recognise?

Accessing VAST free to airmarkwWed, 09/05/2012 - 3:44pm

Free satellite service (VAST) is available to some North Arm Cove residents.

Commercial channels are available after approval.

The box and card cost $279 plus delivery.

You need a satellite dish – it uses the same satellite as used for Aurora and Foxtel

How to apply for VAST free to air satellite service

open this link:


dougkSun, 18/03/2012 - 5:55pm

Issue Number 2 of the Karuah East Quarry Community Newsletter is available for downloading ...

dougkWed, 07/03/2012 - 9:40pm

An Application for Planning Approval and a supporting Environmental Assessment Report (EAR) have been submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and lnfrastructure (DoPl) for a proposed quarry approximately 3 km north of Karuah.

dougkSat, 25/02/2012 - 12:50pm

Today, before local dignitaries plus a swag of enthusiastic locals, the North Arm Cove Website was officially launched.

(Pictured here l-r: Tony Hann, chair of the web committee, Len Yearsley, President of the Residents Association, Councillor Len Roberts, Mayor Jan McWilliams, Council GM Glenn Handford, Doug Kohlhoff, web developer and Craig Baumann MP.)

The SL KaruahtonyhFri, 10/02/2012 - 11:09am

Thomas Savery, a military engineer, patented the first steam engine in 1698. The principle of harnessing steam power developed rapidly and James Watt patented a much improved engine in 1769 which became the concept employed for rail and boat power. This was followed shortly after by an American engineer, John Fitch, who started trials on the Delaware River with a 45' steamboat in 1787. Steam drove machinery of all kinds for 150 years, until the superior efficiency and better power to weight ratio offered by internal combustion engines saw their demise for general use. However, there remains an ongoing interest...

kathkThu, 09/02/2012 - 3:54pm
Editors at work

Getting ready for the launch of the new North Arm Cove website has involved many dedicated, energetic people. Doug and Tony have been running sessions to assist editors ( those wonderful people who will keep the Cove up to date with all the latest information). This week Trish Peters, Jan Walker, Maria Pickles, Susan Carter and Maureen Kelly were the latest participants.

susancTue, 13/12/2011 - 3:29pm

Tea Gardens Anglican - Christmas Day - 6.00 am at Hawks Nest Beach and 8.00 am at St Andrew's (crn Witt Street)

Tea Gardens Uniting - Christmas Day - 9.00 am

Tea Gardens Baptist - Christmas Day - 9.00 am

Tea Gardens Catholic - Christmas Eve - 5.15 pm and Christmas Day - 8.30 am

Karuah Anglican - Christmas Day - 7.45 am

Karuah Uniting - Christmas Day - 9.00 am

Karuah Catholic - Christmas Eve - 7.00 pm

dougkFri, 09/12/2011 - 8:59am

The impact of all the recent wet weather on the contracted builder, Greg Bradley's current works schedule, has meant he will be unable to commence physical site works on the Cove Hall Pergola project until early in the new year. In the mean time, he will still be arranging trades, works schedules and ordering materials for delivery when required.

It is now hoped that the work on the pergola will be completed by early to mid January next year.



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