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Pottsville’s controversial Men’s Shed extension to be advertised

The controversial Men’s Shed at Black Rocks Sports Fields in Pottsville is seeking to expand its footprint 12m to the west.

Pottsville men’s shed action under scrutiny

Lori Scinto, Pottsville
. Dear Mr troy Green: can you please once again address why this convoy is being allowed to go ahead and who authorised the Men's Shed to have a key to open up the boom gate at the sports field entrance?

Call to halt Black Rocks celebrations

Dave Norris, president, Threatened Species Conservation Society Inc Dear P&DMS members and convoy co-organiser, We note that P&DMS and others have organised a convoy on 26/2/2017, terminating...

Councillor indulging Men’s Shed minority

Lorraine Cobcroft, Pottsville.  Reece Byrnes should not be indulging a vocal minority who have no genuine interest in the welfare of senior men and are...

Men’s Shedders should jump at Centennial Drive site

Lynette Dickinson, Pottsville. Re your article Men's Shed supporters to march on Black Rocks, under the Memorandum of Understanding for men sheds, written applications to...

Men’s Shed supporters to march on Black Rocks

Fed up with waiting for Tweed Shire Council to make a decision, members of the Pottsville & District Men’s Shed Association (P&DMS) and their allies are organising a Convoy of Support to its disputed site at Black Rocks Sports Field on Sunday, February 26.

Koala habitat or industrial precinct?

Andrew Bennett, Murwillumbah.  I have been watching and reading about the Pottsville Men’s Shed debacle for a very long time and decided to travel with...

Black Rocks Men’s Shed site claims disputed

David Norris, Pottsville.  I wish to respond to Ms Lorraine Vass’ recent letter. Contrary to her experience, many koala experts claim that koalas are vulnerable...

Why isn’t Men’s Shed going to its preferred location?

David Norris, Pottsville The Threatened Species Conservation Society has received information that in early 2014 Tweed Council planning staff and the Pottsville and District Men's...

What’s the real agenda behind the men’s shed at Black Rocks?

Daniele Voinot, Lillian Rock. At the last September meeting, Tweed shire Crs Barry Longland, Warren Polglase and Carolyn Byrne rejected investigation of a new permanent site for the Pottsville & District Men’s Shed. Instead they approved a licence for the men’s shed to start building at the temporary Black Rocks sports field site.

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