Schools encouraged to apply for NSW Government funding

Schools and councils in Great Lakes are encouraged to apply for NSW Government funding to increase the size of existing Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) services or create new services. MP Stephen Bromhead said the NSW Government understands working parents need flexibility and accessibility to differing childcare services which is why the Out

Bulahdelah Chamber of Commerce and Tourism plan a big year

Bulahdelah Chamber of Commerce and Tourism held their first meeting for 2016 last week, with plans underway for a busy and productive year. With the promotion of tourism a major focus, the Bulahdelah website will undergo an upgrade and transformation. This will include updating information, images and links to businesses and

Zumba is growing within the Tea Gardens community

Zumba Instructor from Tea Gardens, Christine Carter describes Zumba as ‘exercise in disguise.’ “People have so much fun at my classes, they don’t realise they’re working out, until they wake up sore the next day,” Christine joked to Myall Coast News Of The Area. Christine has been practicing Zumba for four years,

Great Lakes Council’s waste facilities expansion

Myall Lakes MP Stephen Bromhead has announced that Great Lakes Council’s waste facilities in Tea Gardens and Tuncurry has received $1,080,614.00 to expand and enhance its recycling infrastructure to increase its capacity to recycle. The NSW Government funding, under the Resources Recovery Facility Expansion and Enhancement grants program, is from the NSW

MidCoast Water has a new General Manager appointed, Ken Gouldthorp

Ken Gouldthorp has been appointed the new general manager of MidCoast Water. Chairperson, Cr Aled Hoggett announced the appointment following yesterday’s February board meeting at which the appointment was officially endorsed. The appointment followed a comprehensive recruitment process, Cr Hoggett explained. Mr Gouldthorp will commence on Monday 21 March however will visit the organisation