Reading support program coming to Gloucester

The team at MidCoast Libraries are excited to announce that the Better Reading Better Communities (BRBC) program will be rolled out to the Gloucester community over the coming months. This program aims to support people in our community and started in the Great Lakes region, following a successful grant application written

Marine Drive Forster works to remove sand build-up

Marine Drive Forster works to remove sand build-up Over the next two days MidCoast Council is undertaking minor works to relocate sand from the drain and road side of the dune at the northern end of Forster's One Mile Beach. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Council's Manager of Operations (South) Jamie Condie said

Lady, 81, hit by car at Forster, driven by husband

A woman was struck by the vehicle attempting to pick her up at Forster earlier today. About 11.55am (Tuesday 17 May 2016), a 77-year-old man was driving a Ford Falcon sedan in a car park off Little Street. It appears as the driver attempted to collect his 81-year-old wife the vehicle accelerated,

Myall Coast Mudcrabs fall to Forster Dolphins

The Myall Coast Mudcrabs travelled to Tuncurry to take on the current premiers and frontrunners Forster Dolphins last Saturday. Although beaten by four tries to nil and a score line of 26-0, the Mudcrabs toiled hard to combat the constant raids by Forster, however it was Forster who continued to keep the

Jan McWilliams, Mayor of Great Lakes Council: Monthly update

  CIVIC PRECINCT SITE We are working towards the development of the civic precinct site in Forster. At Council’s April meeting, we resolved to seek detailed proposals from a number of companies on how we might develop the site to provide the best outcomes for the community - including a mix of public uses

Committee helping to make Forster/Tuncurry dementia friendly

Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead joined the members of the steering committee for having Forster/Tuncurry declared Dementia Friendly towns. Mr Bromhead said the second highly productive meeting of the steering committee is examining the requirements for residents in the Forster/Tuncurry area. “The steering committee has representatives from organisations including Probus, Lions