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October 2019 | Spring Newsletter
05 October

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Snap Send Solve
14 October

Notify Council, local utilities, etc of issues that need addressing via an app from your mobile phone.

July 2019 | Winter Newsletter
04 July

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April 2019 | Autumn Newsletter
01 April

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December 2018 | Summer Newsletter
21 December

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Little Hutong's | Latest Creations for Autumn/Winter
29 March

Little Hutong — Latest creations | Savoury East/West flavours that satisfy and fulfil

January 2019 | Interim update
23 January

Aussie Day Barbie Reminder, Pine Cottage Update...and more

September 2018 | Spring newsletter
28 September

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October 2019 | Spring Newsletter

Little Bay

Well, spring has sprung but we're still awaiting the consistency of warmer weather and balmy evenings. And, Christmas will be here before we know it. 

This quarter's newsletter contains some urgent calls to action to save our wonderful corner of the world from mega cruise ships and over the top development proposals. Sign the petitions, send your own letters of objection, hassle the pollies...whatever it takes. 

Lots has happened on the Telecoms issue since our last newsletter. Developments appear to be occurring daily - it's sometimes hard to keep up. Nevertheless, the Telecoms web page is updated as and when developments happen, so check in on the website from time to time. 

This quarter, we're delighted to welcome new website sponsor iWIll Building Management - check out the 'News from our Sponsors' in the newsletter and the Local business and services web section to find out more. 

And, as always, we extend our thanks and gratitude to all of our generous website sponsors and editorial contributors. Sponsors provide the financial support to enable the Prince Henry Community website to remain viable, as well as news updates to share with our readers. Volunteer contributors provide much of the substance for our newsletters, so a big thank you to volunteers. 

Please do your bit to support the web team by telling your friends and colleagues about our website. Go to the Forward to a friend button and forward this email to all friends and acquaintances you think may be interested...even if they're not Prince Henry dwellers. 

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Prince Henry Telecoms Update | October 2019

The CA has received a comprehensive email from Landcom providing an update on various issues and advising that the NBN Co site survey has been completed. NBNCo's Business Case and Executive Review should be available within a month.

More on telecoms issues...

Reporting local issues is now a 'snap'

Snap Send Solve is the easy and efficient way to notify local councils, utilities or other authorities of issues that need addressing in our community. Eliminate the complexity of knowing where and how to report incidents on the spot - download the Snap Send Solve app. It's free!

More on Snap Send Solve...

Save Little Bay from Meriton's proposal for Little Bay Cove

In late September 2019, Meriton Group released its plans to substantially increase the Masterplan-approved development capacity of the Little Bay Cove site. If you are a local resident, you may have received a Meriton leaflet in your mailbox.

Read more on Little Bay Cove proposal

Save Yarra Bay

The Save the Bay Coalition explains to the Prince Henry Community their grounds for opposition to a cruise ship terminal at Yarra Bay and calls for your support. Thousands of residents, many businesses, our two local Councils (Randwick and Bayside), as well as other stakeholders are united in opposition to the state government's proposal.

Find out more...

Preserving our heritage built items

Following a meeting with the Acting Area Manager – Sydney & South Coast, NSW Department of Industry - Lands and Water, the CA Executive Committee has reviewed a detailed draft maintenance strategy for Prince Henry heritage built items. The CA has been advised that maintenance will be carried out in order of priority.

More...

What's on in the neighbourhood?

As well as the fabulous range of cafes, there's lots going on in and around Prince Henry. For events and offers check out the What's on web section. For golf specials check out The Coast Golf Club in Local businesses and services.

Find out more

Next CA ECM | 8 October

WHAT: Prince Henry Community Association Executive Committee Meeting
WHEN: Tuesday 8 October at 6pm
WHERE: The Hibiscus Room, The Coast Centre for Seniors, Curie Avenue, Little Bay

Visit the Executive Committee web page to find out more

Prince Henry history

Want to know more about Prince Henry's history and heritage status, read a historical timeline and some fascinating stories?

Go to the About section

Coast Centre for Seniors

Are you adventurous? Looking for ways to rekindle old interests or explore new avenues? Paint, learn a language, tackle technology, or join in any number of rewarding and fun activities.

More on the Coast Centre

Become a web sponsor

The Prince Henry Community Website is run by a small group of volunteers. We are kept afloat by the generosity of our sponsors. You could promote your business by becoming a sponsor while at the same time helping keep the website afloat.

Find out how to become a sponsor

Who to contact?

It’s important for owners and residents to know who to contact and to have their say. Go to the Contacts page for a comprehensive list of who to speak to on various community issues.

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