Road works by Great Lakes Council commence at Marine Drive Tea Gardens

Council work Tea Gardens

WORK has commenced to reconstruct Marine Drive along the Tea Gardens foreshore. “The works are being undertaken along Marine Drive between Ogden Street and Maxwell Street, linking with upgrade works undertaken in 2011,” said Council’s Director of Engineering, Mr Ron Hartley. “Further works are planned for east of Maxwell Street during 2015,” said Mr Hartley…. click for more

Permits now required for burns, says Pindimar Tea Gardens Rural Fire Service

Ann Scully in Tea Gardens RFS Truck

Pindimar Tea Gardens Rural Fire Service’s Secretary and Deputy Captain, Mr Helmut Panhumer writes the following article for Myall Coast News. A NUMBER of callouts to fires has prompted the early official start to the Fire Season, from 1st August. Permits are now required to do any burns in the open. Fines can be imposed on… click for more

Carl Baker and Di Palmoni from Tea Gardens Autocare win a holiday from battery sales

Tea Gardens Auto Care wins a holiday

Tea Gardens Business partners Carl Baker and Di Palmoni are off to Las Vegas in November after winning a five night holiday as a result of the local Tea Gardens Autocare store selling a high percentage of Century YUASA batteries. With their partners, Wendi Baker and Paul Palmoni, all four are looking very forward to… click for more

Hawks Nest Preschool extensions

Hawks Nest Pre School upgrades

The Hawks Nest Preschool Committee, Teaching staff, parents and pupils of Hawks Nest Preschool, are all very appreciative of the ongoing support to help finalise the new extensions. The Preschool just received yet another generous donation in the form of an ‘in kind’ nature. Local man Steve Cabban volunteered to paint out the storage area… click for more

Tea Gardens Hawks Nest upset at proposed treated sewage spray of feild

Sample image treated sewage water

Hawks Nest Tea Gardens residents express their outrage at the prospect of having treated sewage sprayed on Myall Oval, opposite their homes. Although the Progress Association had written to Council and MidCoast Water expressing serious reservations about this process, the Association said, “It was disheartening to note that Council had responded with a cursory note… click for more

Solar lights for Hawks Nest Mall

Debbie and Greg Mutton from DeGre Energy.

Hawks Nest Mall upgrade has entered a new phase with the installation of solar lighting. With these units now in operation, summer will be a great time for everyone to enjoy the outdoors well into the evening in a safe, inviting and subtly lit area. DeGre Energy, a locally based company, supplies these units as well… click for more

Cancer Research Fundraiser at Boatshed Cafe Tea Gardens

Heather Davy and Lisa Hamilton (both from Dowling Real Estate)

AN inaugural ‘Pink High Tea’ fundraiser for Cancer Research was held on 15 July, at The Boatshed Café Tea Gardens, where people joined together to support this worthwhile cause whilst enjoying fabulous food, bubbles and laughter. Clarrie Davison, owner of the Boatshed Café, and his great team including Amanda, James, Roxanne, Libby and Rokea worked together to… click for more