GALLERIES in the Gardens are back with two new exhibitions displayed at The Gallery in Tea Gardens, ‘Fabulous!’ and ‘Mothers’. News Of The Area’s Tara Campbell went along to the Gallery to check it out! From first glance, visitors are transformed into a state of ‘wow’ by the sheer beauty of the
LOCALS of the Myall Coast are certainly made of tougher stuff. The recent rain and following flooding have proved their metal. Ross Fidden and his family are all too familiar with what it takes to live and work these coastal waters. His family have been fishermen in the area for five generations and
WILD dogs from Jimmy’s Beach are becoming increasingly bold as they wander the streets and intimidate residents. Advertise with News of The Area today. It's worth it for your business. Message us. Phone us - (02) 4981 8882. Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org On Tuesday morning last week, seven dogs were spotted prowling the Anchorage when Pat
IN troubling times, art has always been an excellent form of therapy, drawing from world events and reflecting on the emotions that have arisen because of these. ‘A Window on Life’ is the Cool Summer Exhibition at the Gallery in the Gardens, reflecting on the ‘extraordinary changes 2020 brough and its
THE prolific yellow flowers of the Bitou Bush, the Asparagus weeds (both from South Africa), as well as the distinctive red Mother of Millions succulent (from Madagascar), are all terrible weeds continuously invading our coastal dunes and forests. Advertise with News of The Area today. It's worth it for your business.
WITH the recurring rounds of storms, locals believed they were watching a losing battle at Jimmys Beach with the large five metre South East swell smashing the already eroded beach. However as pictured, the excavator expertly operated by “Steve” worked hard and fast in the wet and windy conditions, distributing sand
THE external painting of the weatherboard Tea Gardens Police Station appears to be finished with the soft grey colour a stark contrast against the dark brown of the recently installed prefabricated upgrade, referred to by many locals as a “shipping container”. Advertise with News of The Area today. It's worth it
ON 4 August, the Federal Member for Lyne, Dr David Gillespie, announced that the Federal Government will inject $300,000 into a total of $700,000 to upgrade the popular 25 metre public swimming pool before summer. Advertise with News of The Area today. It's worth it for your business. Message us. Phone