Ellie Gooch, won Technology Award for her roll-top desk

Councillor Allan Tickle- Greater Taree City Council, Dr. David Gillespie- MP for Lyne Taree, Ellie Gooch, Greg Dixon- Manning River Steel Councillor Allan Tickle- Greater Taree City Council Dr

Manning Regional Art Gallery had the privilege this year of displaying the Manning Great Lakes High Schools Technology Display. The display was open to the public from Wednesday 25 November – Saturday 28 November and some of the participating high schools were Bulahdelah Central School, Taree High, Chatham High, Gloucester High, Great Lakes College and a… click for more

Sister Margaret Valentine leaves Myall Coast Catholic Parish

Sister Margaret Valentine

St Stephen’s Catholic Church at Tea Gardens was filled with the joyful sounds of children’s voices when the Myall Coast Catholic Parish recently celebrated their Sunday Liturgy. The whole Parish, which includes the churches at Karuah, Bulahdelah and Tea Gardens, gathered to say farewell and give thanks for the dedicated, loving service of the Parish… click for more

Glenn Handford General Manager of Great Lakes Council at Bulahdelah

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Great Lakes Council held a Special Rate Variation Proposal meeting at the Bulahdelah School of Arts on Monday 9 November at 6 pm. The meeting was well attended by the Bulahdelah Chamber of Commerce members and approximately 25 other Bulahdelah residents who came to listen to the proposal and had questions about infrastructure and facilities…. click for more

Bulahdelah cricket nets taken down: Outraged community

Bulahdelah Cricket nets

Myall Coast News was notified by members of the Bulahdelah community that on Friday 23 October the cricket nets at the Jack Ireland Sports Complex were pulled down by Council. This came as a shock to the parents of cricket players and the coaches of the Bulahdelah Milo Cricket Team who use these nets regularly for… click for more

Bulahdelah’s Pitch Perfect production a sold out event

Bulahdelah School Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect was performed last week on 13, 14 and 15 October and it was a very successful performance. Bulahdelah Central School students performed three matinees. The primary and high school students of Bulahdelah Central School attended the Tuesday and Wednesday  matinees and then Years 5 and 6 from St. Joseph’s Bulahdelah attended the Thursday matinee. There… click for more