Welcome to our Lane Cove Weekly Review for 28 November to 4 December 2016.
The In the Cove Local Christmas Gift Guide for 2016 has now been released! Inside you will find some fab gift ideas from local businesses. There are actually seven gift guides – so if you’re after a gift for him, for her, for your pet, or for someone who could do with a little pampering, we can hopefully help
What a stunner of a weekend for the Greenwich Games!
ITC had a fabulous time participating in the Greenwich Games. ITC was involved in the last event (in the Governators team) and we think the results speak for themselves!!!!
**Tug of War**
1st – Anarchists
2nd – Governators
3rd – Heroes
4th – Natives
5th – Engineers
6th – Commerce
7th – Builders
8th – Tribe
On Saturday, Mowbray Public School held a big community festival. Mowbray Public School now has award-winning new buildings for their students to enjoy. At this year’s Master Builder’s Association Awards, A W Edwards Pty Ltd received an excellence in construction award for their work on Mowbray Public School.
We would love to see your photos from the event!
Music in the Park
The Burns Bay Big Band and other bands held a free concert at Hughes Park today. The sun was shining and the smell of snags was in the air. Thank you to Roving Reporter, Sonia, for this picture.
Sea Scouts Sell Out!
Of Christmas Trees, that is! But never fear, The Tambourine Bay Sea Scouts will be back at St Michael’s School on Saturday 10th, from 7am.
For more information, and details on other places to get your fresh Christmas Trees, click HERE.
Lane Cove Plaza Christmas Tree
Speaking of Christmas Tree’s, the giant tree at the Plaza was put up this week. The lights will officially be switched on Friday 9 December, at the annual ceremony. Details HERE. Guess what PAW Patrol is coming to the event and we know how much the kids love PAW Patrol. If you would like to buy your children personalised PAW Patrol products such as books. backpacks and much more, one of ITC’s closest friends has a deal for you. Order now at http://bit.ly/2gARtS2 + use code 34892 during checkout to get FREE standard shipping.
Hurry, offer ends December 10, 2016.
Thanks to Amanda from Soulful Fitness for snapping this picture for us.
Local Photography Exhibition
If you’re a fan of black and white photography and interesting buildings you will want to attend Jon Johannsen‘s photographic exhibition at https://www.facebook.com/
Very sad news this weekend, about a horrific car accident on Centennial Avenue, where two people were killed. It was at the dangerous Centennial/Barwon/Figtree Roads intersection, but for once, this terrible junction was not to blame, speed was. Our thoughts are with the families.
There was also another accident on Burns Bay Road earlier in the week, thankfully no reports of serious injuries.
A Roving Reporter told us that their car window had been smashed in in Nundah Street Lane Cove, on 28/29 November.
Fraud – Naremburn, Chatswood, Lane Cove
A 50 year old Frenchs Forest man has been arrested in relation to numerous fraud related incidents.
In July 2013 the Frenchs Forest male is alleged to have used a card skimming device at a number of ATM’s on the North Shore to obtain the personal information of people using the ATM. The male has then used this information to withdraw cash from the accounts of several victims.
Around 8:00pm Sunday 27th November following a lengthy investigation police attached to North Shore Local Area Command arrested the Frenchs Forest man at an address in Frenchs Forest.
The male was charged with 19 counts of dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception and 15 counts of possess identity information to commit an indictable offence. He was granted bail and will appear before Hornsby Local Court in December in relation to the charges.
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