Category Archives: Notices

TOOL SALE!

Being Held at Olympia Antiques, opposite Taree Railway Station 12- 15th December 10am – 4pm. Cash Only Items include . . . Coopers tools, iron moulders, carpet layer, a railway set, traps, cream separator, milk tester, leatherwork, nose pliers, saddler’s

A SHINY CHRISTMAS?

If you’re the type to polish the silver for the festive season… we found this tip – Try rubbing ketchup (tomato sauce for us) on stained old candlesticks. Polish and buff. Rub brass with olive oil to stop it tarnishing.

Arcadia

HISTORIC REMEMBRANCE DAY COMMEMORATION

OXLEY ISLAND HALL SUNDAY 11th NOVEMBER 2018 ORDER OF SERVICE 10.15am. Bugler will sound ‘Long G’  This note was traditionally  sounded calling troops to fall in on the right marker. It now indicates that a service is about to begin.

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF MIDCOAST COUNCIL?

Do you care about preserving and enhancing our beautiful green natural environment? If so you have been betrayed by your Councillors. Look how they voted on September 26th – and weep!  Or join MEG Midcoast Environment Group and fight for

Dinner Invitation

5 WAYS TO KEEP YOUR PURPOSE AFTER RETIREMENT

Ever worried about life after retirement? Whilst we know having a job pays the bills, you might underestimate the social benefits, the sense of identity and community being employed might provide.  So if you suddenly stop work and retire without

GET A LIFE, SIR!

With all that goes on at MidCoast Council one would like to think that a very senior member of Council would have better things to do than to patrol around the electorate complaining and telling libraries, the airport, and certain

DIG GLOUCESTER

DIG GLOUCESTER GARDEN ART EXHIBITION GLOUCESTER SOILDERS CLUB  Artists, including floral artists, and handy craft exponents, are invited to exhibit their products, demonstrate their skills, showcase their creations and sell their wares at this exhibition. Sat 13 – Sun 14 October

WRITER’S RETREAT WANTED

A lovely lady writer needs a quiet, calming rural retreat up here for some time out from her inner-city groovy-Sydney Townhouse, with amazing cat… happy to do a house swap if that works, while she tackles the challenges of the

The Bonnie Scottish Festival

The Bonnie Scottish Festival, now in its 14th year in our historic township of Wingham, is undoubtedly one of the marque events in the MidCoast Council region. Councillor Peter Epov caught up with our Federal Member and Assistant Minister for

Rotary Notice

Little Blue Shed Empower me Fundraising dinner