Life at Loralea – Residents Newsletter No.4

Life at Loralea – Residents Newsletter No.4 Dear Residents, My last newsletter in March this year spoke of us living in a ‘new normal’ with Covid-19 – well, it would be nice to achieve that in the future, however, the current NSW-wide lockdown shows we are not there yet. I thought many of you might …

Life at Loralea – Residents Newsletter No.3

Life at Loralea – Residents Newsletter No.3 Dear Residents, Since I last wrote we are well into a new year and coping with the ‘new normal’ of living with Covid-19. We have also had the promised Extraordinary General Meeting, EGM, which was rowdy but passed all the agenda motions after some heated debate. Many attending felt they …

Life at Loralea – Residents Newsletter No.1

Life at Loralea:  Newsletter #1 for Residents. Dear Residents, Welcome to the first newsletter which will come out irregularly to keep you up to date with some of what is happening at Loralea Gardens (LG) and in its surrounding community. The Strata Committee and Strata news. The last AGM held 13 October saw the Strata …

David Copper

Residents considering a pet dog etc should read the following article before deciding the desired breed and understand some fundamental problems they can avoid whilst training themselves to its needs. http://www.dogstardaily.com/training/you-get-your-puppy The Dogstar website is comprehensive when answering information on dog obedience, traits and socializing. There is no hidden fee for subscribing. The articles are …

VandalTrak

VandalTrak OPERATIONAL www.vandaltrak.com.au is a website designed specifically to help community groups, residents and governments form partnerships to reclaim their streets from mindless graffiti vandalism. It mobilises ordinary citizens to report graffiti by using images uploaded from their mobile phone. It’s far better than a traditional hotline. The system plots the precise location of each …

School Muck Up Day Kuring-gai LAC

Well it’s that time of year again. Year 11 and 12 muck up day. In years past we have seen the outcomes to these events, although funny at the time they usually end up causing grief to someone and always the police.If you are planning a party please register it on the ‘mynite’ website, there …

Project eyewatch Community Training Day

A Project eyewatch Community Training Day is scheduled for 10am Friday, August 24th 2012 at the Ku-ring-gai Town Hall. Ku-ring-gai council have donated the venue and are also advertising Project eyewatch in the next council newsletter that goes out to all households in Ku-ring-gai on April 20th. It’s FREE. Everyone and anyone is welcome. Please advertise the date …