Two Karuah Women’s Bowling grades take the Pennant Flags

KARUAH RSL Women’s Bowling Club (KWBC) recent wins has seen them bring home Pennant Flag’s, but were unable to unfurl them until Wednesday 22 July when the ladies held their Karuah RSL Club Women’s Bowling Club 2015 Unfurling Of Our Pennant Flags at the Karuah & District RSL Club. The Women’s

Karuah hold out Dungog in a tough game of league

The Karuah Roo’s took on Dungog at Lionel Morten Oval on Saturday. The first half saw the Roos Mitchell O’Bryan in for a try in the opening minutes it was converted by Sam Croese making the score 6/0. Some good runs by Sam Croese, Trent Saunders, Jordan Cobb, Aden Callaghan and Ben Langdon. There were big

Dad’s play important role in a child’s life

Great Lakes Council’s Library Service is encouraging dads to reach out to their children through reading. Modelling reading, sharing stories, exploring the world together and engaging in meaningful conversations that build critical thinking skills is the crucial role dads play in their child’s literacy development from birth to adulthood. It is never too

Trivia at Hawks Nest Community Hall

Do you have a large amount of unwanted knowledge hanging around in your head? Would you like to get together and have fun with some friends? Have you been spending too much time indoors due to the cooler weather? Then have we got the answer for you! Spring into Great Lakes Council’s 

‘New Start’ group popular in Tea Gardens

Stand aside Rolling Stones! Stand aside Beyonce! (Did I spell that right?)… Now we have our very own local heroes to blow your socks off!  New Start. Witnessed by the author and hereby reviewed without fear or favour. Last week they performed to a packed Baptist Church Hall at Tea Gardens - 72 seats

Karuah RSL take Courtesy Bus to Tea Gardens

Karuah & District RSL has recently recognised a major spike in club memberships with 2,800 members and a growing response of people from north of the bridge. There has been a large response from Tea Gardens in particular among one of the surrounding districts taking a keen interest in the many raffles

Monica Moore one of our areas young stars

Monica Moore enjoys her running. She is a student at St. Joseph’s Bulahdelah and has just turned 11 years old and has been competing in Cross-Country events at school, at state level and now will be competing in the Nationals. On Friday 17 July Monica went to Eastern Creek, Sydney to compete at