Archive for June, 2018

Jun
19
2018

A silver lining for cycling duo

The 2012 track cycling world titles (Melbourne) women's team sprint gold was won by Germany's Miriam Welte and Kristina Vogel who defeated Australia's three time and defending world champions Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch(Gymea Bay). Both teams set a... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Turn on lights

THERE will be extra Maritime NSW patrols this Easter Long weekend with safety officers targeting night lights.
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Maritime director Tony Middleton said boating officers would do random checks of lighting on powered, sail... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Eggs a symbol of life at Easter

Karl Faase - Pastor Gymea Baptist ChurchTHIS weekend across Sydney people will give and receive Easter eggs. It's a special part of our Easter tradition.
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Long before the humble egg was turned into... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Easter eggs are poison for pets

Fun for kids: But not for pets. Easter treats are best left to humans say the experts. Picture:Craig Sillitoe THEY may be one of the family but sharing a chocolate egg with your pet is a bad idea, said... Read more
Jun
19
2018

A bark from Molly keeps Mia safe

Best friend: Mia Schmidt and her dog Molly, who was adopted from the pound by Mia's grandmother. Picture: Jane DysonA BREED of dog once popular with European aristocracy is helping a Narwee Public School pupil manage her epilepsy.
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Jun
19
2018

Mayor targets methadone clinic

KOGARAH mayor Nickolas Varvaris has called for urgent talks with police and the St George Hospital-run methadone clinic following an increase in antisocial behaviour in the CBD.
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Cr Varvaris submitted a mayoral report... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Festival meeting this week

Live music, good food, samples of art and an interactive multimedia presentation reflecting on last year’s event will be used to enrich the Kalari-Lachlan River Arts Festival Annual General Meeting.
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Set to be... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Give blood now

Urgent need: Helma Mulhall (right, with nurse Jenny Barber) has donated blood 100 times and encourages others to do so over Easter. Picture: Jane DysonMORE than 200 people are needed to roll up their sleeves this Easter and donate... Read more
Jun
19
2018

Pass helps the crowds get to Royal Easter Show

A SHOWLINK ticket will cover entry and public transport costs to this year's Sydney Royal Easter Show.
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The show opens at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, today and ends on Wednesday, April 18.

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Jun
19
2018

Sport of squash is alive and well at Panthers

RE: Court Short (Western Advocate, August 13).
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The sport of squash in Bathurst is alive and well. agreat sport for all levels; played anytime despite the weather; a good allround exercise.

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