Nissan Datsun Driving Club were at Bulahdelah

Scott McCloy driver and Bre McCloy navigator

The Nissan Datsun Driving Club were at Bulahdelah on Saturday 22 August with over 30 cars registering for the Myall River Rally 2015. Adriana Pallister was in the office of the Bulahdelah Swimming Pool area from 9.00 am accepting registrations and then the cars went through a process of scrutineering. The process of scrutineering involved checking… click for more

Land partnership secures community water and Aboriginal economic development

Tony Summers, Vince Hall, Leslie Williams MP

An historic property deal between MidCoast Water and the Forster Aboriginal Land Council was made official at a function attended by the NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs. Leslie Williams MP was at Pebbly Beach, Forster at 10am Thursday 2 July  to mark the significance of a negotiated land dealing that will see MidCoast Water bestow a perpetual right of… click for more

Nabiac Inland Dune Aquifer Supply System in the Federal Budget

Gillespie and Baldwin announce $9.6-million Water Infrastructure package for Manning-Great Lakes The Abbott-Truss Coalition Government has today announced infrastructure projects to be funded in Manning-Great Lakes area under the $1 billion National Stronger Regions Fund. The Government will provide $212 million in funding to 51 priority infrastructure projects nationwide in Round One of the programme,… click for more

Nabiac Farmers Market has been operating since 2003 and now thriving


From humble beginnings and a handful of local producers, the Nabiac market was born. Run by a small group of community volunteers Nabiac Farmers Market proceeds are given back to the community by way of funding local projects. Julie Arnoux told Myall Coast News, “Now we are in excess of 50 stallholders boasting excellent fresh… click for more

Woman charged after police found over $71,000 in car boot at Nabiac

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A woman will appear in court next month after police discovered more than $71,000 in her vehicle at Nabiac, near Forster. Shortly before 11.30pm on Friday 10 April, highway patrol officers from Manning Great Lakes Local Area Command were conducting stationary speed enforcement on the Pacific Highway at Nabiac, west of Forster, when they stopped a… click for more