LEARN HOW: Lachlan Storrie from Tree Frog Permaculture. Picture: Max Mason-HubersHow to grow vegiesCOORANBONG Sustainable Neighbourhood Group will host a vegie growing workshop at Cooranbong Community Services Centre on Tuesday, September 29, at 7pm. Lachlan Storrie (pictured), from Tree Frog Permaculture, will host the session, which will also have a plant, seedling and vegie sharing exchange table. Entry is $2.
Call to act on tailgatingTHE NRMA has called for action to tackle the problem of tailgating and intimidating driving on the M1 Pacific Motorway, where statistics show there is one crash a day in the Hunter Region. NRMA president Kyle Loades said that motorists should keep a three-second to four-second “reactionary gap” between them and the vehicle in front.
Landcare group judgingLAKE Macquarie Landcare, of Booragul, has reached the semi-finals of the Peabody Energy Environment and Landcare Award in the NSW-ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards. Lake Macquarie Landcare will be judged today in the next round, which determines the finalists with the winners to be announced on Saturday, November 14.
Spring on the foreshoreCELEBRATE Lake Macquarie’s great outdoors at the annual Springtime by the Lake festival, along the Swansea foreshore this Saturday from 10am to 3pm. Live entertainment, classic car displays, marine-related fun, kids activities, and more than 35 market stalls will be a feature of the day.
Giant garage sale at hallA GIANT garage sale will be held at Dora Creek Community Hall from this Friday to Sunday from 8.30am to 2pm on all three days. Toys, kitchenware, glassware, books and clothes will be just some of the items on sale.
Double boost for coupleTHE husband-and-wife team of Sam and Salim Aad, owners of Boost Juice Lake Haven, won the national partner of the year award at Boost Juice’s annual conference in Thailand on Friday. The local couple also took out victory in the state partner of the year category.
World record attemptA WORLD record attempt will be made at the Central Coast Ukulele Festival this Saturday at The Entrance. The event will try to set the record for most people playing the ukulele with moustaches. The festival runs from September 24 to 27.
Beyond ticket winnersROBERT and Rena Forster, of Brightwaters, were the winners of our ticket giveaway to Beyond, at The Civic Theatre, Newcastle, on Friday night. Congratulations!
New housing developmentFORTY houses, a detention basin and public reserve have been approved for development at Jack Grant Avenue, Warnervale. Wyong Council said the 455.7-hectare site would be home to a variety of housing options, with lots to range from 510 square metres to 1407 square metres.
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