Welcome to our Lane Cove Week in Review, for 27 June to 3 July 2016.
Popular Business Rebrand
This week Stain Cafe Lane Cove was rebranded to become Mowbray Eatery.
Mowbray Eatery is Lane Cove’s FARM-TO-TABLE local destination open for breakfast and lunch 7 days a week and a changing weekly dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights 5.30-9.30. Mowbray focuses on seasonal and fresh ingredients and is supported and supports the Lane Cove community!
On Saturday we had the difficult decision of deciding which polling station to go to, based on whether there was going to be a sausage sizzle and/or cake stall.
A brave Roving Reporter did the sausage sizzle rounds, and shared his vote HERE.
Locals in the Media
This Week’s Addiction
During the week ITC meet up with some of the gang from Bespoke Catering, who are located at Northwood Shops. We may have sampled one or two (or eight) of their to-die-for chocolate brownies #wedidntquitsugar
Plastic Free July
This month is Plastic Free July. Can you go a whole month not using plastic?
New Childcare Centre
Work started this week on the old Mandalay site on the corner of Burns Bay and Tambourine Bay Roads, to change the premises into a childcare centre.
Another Reason We Love Lane Cove
Thanks to a Roving Reporter for sending us this photo of Hazel McNamara from Allen Estate Agents Lane Cove. They said “Hi, Just thought you would be interested in posting a feel good story. I turned up late to inspect a property in Elizabeth Parade today and found the agent, Hazel McNamara from Allen Estate Agents, busy vacuuming the floor for the owner, who had recently had a fall. Obviously an agent who cares about her clients.”
You might want to sit down for this…. Bakers Delight has closed for refurbishment!! They are due to reopen on Thursday 21 July. We are a little concerned about how the local Finger Bun addicts are going to cope!
This week’s North Shore LAC Crime Report:-
Assault – Lane Cove
Around 5.10pm on Monday 27th June a 39 year old female was walking along a foot path on Longueville Road, heading towards Little Street. At the time, she was talking on her mobile phone. It is at this time that the female was approached by an unknown male described as mid 50’s with grey/sandy hair, unshaven wearing a maroon hoodie and maroon coloured tracksuit pants. Without warning, the male has punched the female in the face and proceeded to walk off without saying anything. The female followed the unknown male and had a conversation with him before the male walked away.
The female reported the incident to police a short time later and at this stage, the identity of the male is still unknown. If anyone has any information pertaining to this incident they are asked to contact Chatswood Police.
Break, enter and stolen vehicle – Linley Point
Between 9:30pm on Monday 27th June and 12:35am on Tuesday 28th June unknown person/s have gained entry a premises located on Burton Street, Linley Point by removing louvers on a ground floor rear window.
Stolen from the premises was a handbag containing a purse and a set of car keys. It is alleged the stolen car keys were then used to steal a 2012 black Volkswagen sedan from the location.
At this stage, the vehicle still remains stolen. Anyone with information relating to the break and enter of the stolen vehicle is asked to contact Chatswood Police.
Break and Enters in the local area this week:-
* Birdwood Avenue, LANE COVE – Around 4.50am on Monday 27th June
* Mowbray Rd West, LANE COVE NORTH – Between 5am and 3pm on Thursday 23rd
Reported to us by ITC Roving Reporters – 27 June to 3 July
Bike Thefts – There were a couple of bike thefts reported to ITC this week. In both reports two bikes were stolen from homes. Thankfully, at least two of the bikes have been found.
More local jobs listed on our Job Board this week – Looking for a part-time receptionist role, or a job in hospitality, beauty, sports coaching, and more – HERE.
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