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Well, okay. Maybe we are just a teeny weeny bit biased but ...

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dougkWed, 13/12/2017 - 8:15pm

During a visit to North Arm Cove this afternoon local Federal MP, Dr David Gillespie, announced a Federal Stronger Communities Grant of $5000 for the Cove. This grant will provide half the funding  for a project that will see solar-powered lighting installed around the Community Precinct to assist people moving safely from the Hall to their cars in the adjacent parking areas.

dougkMon, 11/12/2017 - 9:13pm

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dougkSun, 10/12/2017 - 7:42pm

With Parliamentary sittings over now for 2017, Federal MPs are able to return to their electorates and address local issues.

Our Federal MP, Dr David Gillespie has arranged a visit to the Cove this coming Wednesday, 13 November. We are hopeful that this visit means he will have some good news to tell the Cove. If you are available around 3pm and would like to hear what David has to say, head along to the Community Hall.  Afternoon tea will be provided - and copies of the North Arm Cove Book will also be available for purchase!

 

garysylvaneySun, 03/12/2017 - 3:51pm

We hope you are able to join us this coming Saturday (9 December 10am) for the December meeting of the Residents Association. The agenda is attached below but first let me take this opportunity to introduce you to your executive committee for the next year.

dougkSat, 02/12/2017 - 11:12am

November 2017 has now passed us  by, but sadly the frequently promised construction and sealing of The Esplanade East has again failed to materialise.

But at least the ratepayers of the Cove Community  can feel comforted knowing that:

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siriusSun, 26/11/2017 - 1:29pm

November has certainly been a big month for sales of Old Masters. A Da Vinci painting sold at auction in New York for a mind-boggling $A591million. Closer to home, did you see that our own MidCoast Council has been off on its own Old Masters buying spree as well?

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janinerMon, 20/11/2017 - 4:57pm

If you own a moored boat it might be a good idea to check it out for seagull nests. There is one boat near Water Street that has not one, but two nests. Once the eggs have hatched, I don't have the heart to get rid of the birds. But beware, they make a terrible mess.

dougkSat, 18/11/2017 - 12:12pm

This is not a story about the army take-over of our peninsular. Those events are however mentioned in the book about our village – which is of course a great Christmas-gift option for family and friends! Instead, this is a story about the past efforts of the local community to change the name of our village.

The two neighbouring villages to our east, Bundabah and Pindimar, bear names of Aboriginal origin. In 1983, the North Arm Cove community felt that our village too should be known by the Aboriginal name for the area: “Baromee”. But as...

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Fungi in the Cove
mpicklesMon, 07/05/2012 - 2:15pm

Autumn is the time in the Cove people will notice many of the macro fungi start to fruit, that is produce mushrooms, puffballs, polypores and other visible fungi ( as oppposed to the invisible type). There are numerous fungi around the forests in the cove.

Did you know that the mushrooms and other fungi fruit you see are really only a small part of a very large system of fungi below the ground?

It only recently that botanists and others have been studying the complex structures and relationships of fungi and other plants and microorganisms in the...

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