Bulahdelah Student Brendan Mason recently trialled for the Trans-Tasman team and was selected to compete in 100m, high jump & long jump. The Trans-Tasman took place at Campbelltown Sports Centre, Sydney. Brendan placed in the top 6 in all his events with NSW winning the overall competition. He has also been selected to play
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Three Bulahdelah Central School students have been selected to compete at zone level this weekend in Medowie as part of the Lions Youth of the Year Quest. This year, seven great young people from Bulahdelah Central School had the courage to enter the quest which is designed to encourage student interest in
MYALL River Action group is calling for a single authority to manage issues within Port Stephens waterways such as the dredging of the Myall River and the retention of Jimmys Beach. Great Lakes Deputy Mayor, Len Roberts, gave a presentation at the most recent Hawks Nest Tea Gardens Progress Association meeting
Indian and Nepalese flavours are coming to Hawks Nest as Amrit and Rachana Poudyal get ready to open the doors of their new restaurant, Curries and More. Chef Amrit, already has a strong local fan base who have been enjoying his curries during his time working at the Tea Gardens Hotel Motel. “The
On 30 January Bulahdelah Central School held the Secondary Swimming Carnival. Even though it had rained all week the sunshine was out for the carnival. Looking out over the pool area it was a sea of green, yellow, blue and red. The house marquees provided great needed shade because as the day went on
GRAND Final week has finally arrived for the Bulahdelah Football Club. After one of the closest competitions to date the Bulahdelah FC 6aside Football League will be decided this Thursday. Division A will see reigning champions the Dark Horses look to go back to back as they tackle this year’s minor premiers
A NEW brightness has entered Bulahdelah Courthouse thanks to an $1800 Community Partnerships grant from the Holiday Coast Credit Union. The money was used to install new lighting into the cell block area at the courthouse. President of the Bulahdelah Historical Society, Kevin Carter, said it was great to finally get lighting