Curries & More fundraising event update on progress

Amrit and Rachana Poudyal Hawks Nest

Dear NOTA, This is an update regarding fundraising event “for the victims of earthquake in Nepal” which was held on 17 May 2015 at CURRIES & MORE restaurant. It was really great support from locals of Tea Gardens, Hawks Nest and all around these areas, the organisations, businesses and every individual. We are sorry

St Joseph’s Bulahdelah highest scoring in debating competition

St Joseph's Bulahdelah took part in the Catholic Schools Regional Debating Competition on 4 August. The day was hosted at St. Joseph’s Bulahdelah and Catholic schools from Taree, Gloucester and Forster attended. St. Josephs Bulahdelah Debating Team consisted of Seren Everingham, Elizabeth Wylie, Sophia Stubbs and Gayathri Rajan and they debated on

Coach Neil Reynolds disappointed Hawks couldn’t play last home game

The Dudley Magpies disrupted a major day in the Hawks calendar by forfeiting the last round of the 2015 competition. A gala day in appreciation of sponsors and supporters was planned for the last home game. Amid rumor of Dudley’s action, club secretary Neil Reynolds said, “All week I have been saying that

Tea Gardens Men’s bowls triples action

August 19: Wednesday Nominated Triples competition. Both greens were in use. Taking full advantage of the conditions, and their opponents, were the team of Barry Goode, Steve Parry and Merv Mills with a great score of +36. Runners-up on +26 were Warren Nicholls, Daryl Martin and John Carey who just edged out John

Myall Coast Little Athletics Centre registration

First up registrations took place on Saturday 22 August for the Myall Coast Little Athletics Centre, with a steady stream of parents and children attending. Secretary Melisa Brown and Registrar Bec McIlaney were kept busy at the desk assisting with the process and fitting uniforms as well. A total of eighteen registrations were

Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Mens Shed thanks supporters

Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Mens Shed recently held a ‘thank you’ Barbeque for those organisations who have assisted the Shed either financially or with the supply of materials in their quest to build anything and everything for groups and individuals in our community. Secretary Grant Hickey said, “On Wednesday 19 August we

Myall dredging starting work

By now most Tea Gardens readers would have noticed the change in conditions of the Myall River due to the initial opening of the Short Cut with long arm excavators. There has been a significant improvement in water clarity and also a noticeable increase in tidal flow. Local fisherman have seen a

Koala Working Group at Tea Gardens

The annual meeting of the Koala Working Group (KWT) was held this month in Tea Gardens. The KWG is a committee, chaired by Mat Bell Senior Ecologist with Great Lakes Council, charged with the responsibility of administering the Recovery Plan for the Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens endangered koala population. The committee includes representatives from