Play Cricket T20Blast Bulahdelah

The opening of the cricket season continues in Bulahdelah with the primary aged children signing up for the Milo T20 Blast. The first play began on Friday 21 October and the season will run to Friday 24 February 2017. T20 Blast advertises itself as fun, safe and active: it's cricket and it's

Tea Gardens Men’s Bowls Weekly Results

19 October - A good field of 48 Bowlers took to the greens today to contest the Wednesday Nominated Triples Competition. Both green were in use and both playing nicely. Ironically the winners game from the only game of 3-bowl Pairs. Neil Kibble and Leigh Hunt had a good day and easily accounted

Tea Gardens Women’s Bowls weekly results

The final of the Minor Singles was played by Bev Rhodes and Karen McPhie in sunny and warm conditions on 18 October. Bev made a very strong start to the game leading 16 to 6 at the 15th end. Karen then played to equal Bev and then take the lead

25 Christmas Bush Avenue, NELSON BAY is on the market

25 Christmas Bush Avenue, NELSON BAY PRICE: Auction Located just up the street from beautiful Dutchies Beach and a short walk to marina and Nelson Bay CBD this home suits anyone seeking the best of all worlds. As you enter the home you are greeted with large open, light filled areas. Or CLICK

St Michael’s Fair a great success

Sunday was St Michael’s leap year fair, and was great success for the school. The once in every four year event saw the whole town turn out for a wonderful family day. There was lots of fun to be had from jumping castles,face painting, sponge throwing, craft stalls, sausage sizzle and devonshire

Sale of Shoal Bay Country Club

Shoal Bay and the CBD of Nelson Bay was abuzz on Wednesday with whispers that The Shoal Bay Country Club had just been purchased by a businessman, who is the owner of several other hotels in the Hunter Region. In 2014, after 20 years of being completely family owned and operated,

Party MLC requests RSPCA inquest

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers MLC Robert Brown called on an inquiry into the RSPCA during an adjournment speech in the NSW Parliament last week. This follows a litany of debacles where the organisation has over-reached in its role, and is in the precarious position as an unsupervised judge, jury and

Project Neighbour helping those in need

Each month, the Nelson Bay Rotarians chauffeur local residents to various locations sharing an afternoon of friendship and afternoon tea together called Project Neighbour. This month, Bay News Of the Area had the extreme privilege of interviewing some of the participants. The room was full of laughter, wisdom and many many years