Peter Alley’s Campaign Bus hits Tea Gardens

Country Labor Candidate for Lyne Peter Alley took his show on the road last week rolling into Tea Gardens in Labor’s massive campaign bus. It was hard to miss the coach as it pulled into the library carpark covered in images of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Labor’s campaign slogan, “We’ll put

Karuah Rugby League Club and Myall Coast Little Athletics Centre benefit from NSW Governments Local Sporting Grants program

Sporting Clubs in the Myall Coast area will be able to upgrade facilities and purchase much needed equipment with almost $20,000 in funding allocated through the NSW Governments Local Sporting Grants program. Member for Port Stephens Kate Washington announced last week that Karuah Rugby League Football Club and Myall Coast Little Athletics

Tea Gardens shopping village needs roundabout

A point of conversation and continued frustration for motorists in Tea Gardens is the intersection of Myall Quays Boulevarde and Myall Way. Residents are talking with News Of The Area, saying a roundabout would bring benefit to the intersection. At present, despite the seemingly obvious up-side, and after many groups and individuals have

Bulahdelah have a new Senior Constable

Bulahdelah Police have welcomed Senior Constable Ashley Ray to the area after taking up a position at the station last week. Senior Constable Ray has worked with the Police Force for the past decade with previous appointments in Liverpool, Bankstown and most recently in Tenterfield. Sn Constable Ray said his experi ence in both

Solar Koala Safety Sign for Hawks Nest

Myall Coast people will have already seen the new solar-powered, speed activated sign erected last week at the foot of the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Singing Bridge.  The sign lights up with a koala image and the words “SLOW DOWN” when a vehicle approaches exceeding the 50 KPH speed limit. The Myall

Top