Lane Cove Rotary Village Fair
The Lane Cove Rotary Fair and Sustainability Lane went off today with over 12 000 people descending on the Lane Cove Village. The rain stayed away and by mid-afternoon the sun was shining. The Lane Cove Village Fair is loved by young and old. It’s always on the second Sunday in October so put the date in your diary for next year. Well done to Lane Cove Rotary and the Lane Cove Council for such a great event. It was lovely to meet so many In the Cove followers. Thank you for your kind words.
Check out the Horns Plus Big Band – they were amazing.
Lane Cove Tigers Star at the NRL Grand Final
Did you spot a tiger at the NRL Grand Final ? How exciting for these Lane Cove Tigers Junior Rugby League Club players to be involved in the Retiring Players Celebration.
Lane Cove Fire Station
This week, ITC was so lucky to spend a day with these four amazing and dedicated local firefighters. You would not believe what they pack into a day. ITC was with them from 8 am to around 2.30 pm and they were called out 8 times (each time was a false alarm). They also did two training sessions, made sure all their equipment was ready to go and still had a smile on their face. Can’t wait to tell you more in our article on the Lane Cove Fire Station (which is situated in Artarmon). Great guys at Fire and Rescue NSW Station 061 Lane Cove
170 Epping Road Lane Cove North – For Sale
One of Lane Cove’s last big industrial sites is for sale. The property is located at 170 Epping Road Lane Cove North (which is right near the border of the Lane Cove Council Local Government Area). The factory is located in the Ryde Council Area. The picture on the right is an artist’s impression of a redeveloped site. The site is currently zoned for mixed use. It is not far from the Meriton Arise Complex at 150 Epping Road Lane Cove North. Read more here.
Lane Cove Summer 7’s Rugby Union
NEW SEASON STARTS 18th October – 6th December 2019
LEARN THE GAME – 18th October – Blackman Park 5:30pm – 7pm
COMPETITION GAMES – 25th October – 6th December 2019 5pm – 8:45pm
Register a new team, join an existing team or just register as an individual and we will assign you to a most suitable team.
- $100 x 1 player
- $270 x 3 players same family
- $340 x 4 players same family
- Playing Shirt additional $20 or FREE Shirt Swap available. You will be able to Order your shirt during registration and pay on pickup.
All children are placed against competing teams according to age. Age groups will be select based on DOB and Gender. Age groups include:
• Under 8’s
• Under 10’s
• Under 12’s
• Under 14’s
• Under 16’s
• Adults – Competitive; or
• Adults – Just for Fun.
You can view all the competition rules https://playsport.com/summer7s/rules
Children aged 7-16 will be 5/5:30pm to 7:30pm
Adults aged 16+ will be 6pm to 8:45pm
Players per game are 7 a side, with suggested 10 players per team.
Please contact Haley either through PlaySport messaging or email [email protected]
Two nasty accidents on River Road Greenwich one on Friday night and one on Saturday night last week in the same spot in the early hours. Luckily no-one was hurt. Read more here.
Break Enter and Steal – Northwood
Sometime between 7:30am and 9:50am Friday 4th October offenders forced their way into a home on Eva Lane, Northwood.
The offenders gained entry to the home by jimmying open a locked door. Once inside they have stolen items from several rooms including cash and computer devices valued at more than $33,000.
Police are asking for anyone that may have noticed any suspicious activity at the stated location during the given times and date to please contact Chatswood Police on 9414 8499 or Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000 or www.crimestoppers.com.au).
Criminal Syndicate charged – Artarmon
Police have charged 3 women from South Sydney who they believe are responsible for a range of offences in the North Shore area dating back to January this year.
Police have been investigating a number of incidents of mail theft at apartment blocks in Chatswood that occurred in January and August of this year. Police will allege that around 12:15am Sunday 6th October plain clothes police observed the 3 women enter a unit block on Cleland Street Artarmon. Police observed the women enter a vehicle and drive away from the location. Police stopped the vehicle a short time late where they searched the women and the contents of the vehicle.
It will be alleged that bank cards belonging to 19 different people were located along with passports, drivers licences, birth certificates and other identity documents as well as an amount of what police believe to be the drug ‘Ice’.
The 3 women were arrested and taken to Chatswood Police Station where they were each charged with a range of offences including larceny and participating in a criminal group. All 3 were refused bail to appear before Hornsby Local Court later this month.
Sydney Speech Clinic
This week in review is sponsored by Sydney Speech Clinic. People are often surprised to find out that a large part of the role of many speech pathologists is to support reading and spelling skills. They have Friday Morning Pop in sessions for parent who might want to find out more.
Speech pathologists have specialist knowledge in the field of oral (spoken) language development and the associated disorders. They aim to identify underlying oral language difficulties, provide intervention tailored to the individual child and to support the generalisation of skills from oral to written language. Find out more about what a speech pathologist does here.
If you have concerns about your child’s speech, language or literacy skills contact Sydney Speech Clinic on (02) 8404 0715 or make an enquiry here. Sydney Speech Clinic is now located at 1 Pottery Lane (Little Street Car Park building) in purpose built premises.
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