SES community Forum and Australian Coast Safe

Deputy Mayor of Great Lakes, Len Roberts, talks about SES Community Forum and Australian  CoastSafe. SES Community Forum The NSW SES Mid North Coast Region has finalised a report following the community forum held at the Baptist church Tea Gardens on 19 May.  The report identified several important matters for action: Community education workshops/info sessions Explore

Roos League side make Karuah proud with a win

Last Saturday saw the Karuah Roo’s Rugby League side travel to Hexham to replay the ‘Grand Final’ game against the Williamtown Jets. It was more of a mud wrestling match than a footy game. The Jets were the first to put points on the board 6/0. But it wasn’t long before Joshua Page went

Bromhead welcomes $50M funding for non-government schools

Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead has welcomed the announcement of an additional $50 million under the Building Grants Assistance Scheme to fund new classrooms and facilities in non-government schools. Mr Bromhead said the additional funding over the next four years will be allocated in the upcoming NSW Budget 2015-16 for non-government school

Tuncurry aggravated break and enter, man assaults girl 15

Police have arrested and charged a man with aggravated break and enter after he allegedly assaulted a teenage girl on the state’s Mid North Coast. In the early hours of Wednesday 17 June at about 12.30am, the man allegedly entered a house in Tuncurry through a closed but unlocked door and went

12 killed in 11 days on the roads

Police dismayed by driver behaviour after 12 killed in 11 days Road users are continuing to take risks and disobey road rules to the detriment of themselves, their passengers and others, with 12 people killed on NSW roads in the past 11 days. Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner John Hartley,

Meals On Wheels in the Bulahdelah

In regards to Home Care Services which was reported in the 27 May edition of the Myall Coast News, the Co-ordinator of Meals On Wheels in the Bulahdelah area, Meredyth Rae, wanted to inform the seniors that if you already receive Meals on Wheels or if you want to there