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Umina power blackout on 43 degree day
Council approves plans for IOOF housing site
Australia Day celebrations to be held at Woy Woy
'Business as usual' despite factory fire
'We're not guilty,' says aged care provider
Busy day for Marine Rescue
Ettalong to get a spruce-up
Fire at Woy Woy tip took 90 minutes to locate
Call for more council funding for free open-air film nights
New proposal submitted for six-storey development
Hardware store proposal criticised by neighbours
Woy Woy CWA donates to Disaster Relief
Free emergency accommodation offered
Ministers' association holds prayers for bushfire victims
CWA branch delivers donations to South Coast
Community raises $14,000 for Pearl Beach fire brigade
Sewing bee to help injured wildlife
Arboretum receives second $20,000 grant
Group plans to plant 100 trees
New community garden in Umina
Talk about tree hollows as habitat
First Bays' breakfast of the year
Rotary club chooses exchange student
Free putt putt golf for children
Titanic theme for Pearl Beach dinner
Cinema under the stars
Taking part in breakfast program
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Councillors need to say no to destruction of our lifestyle
Turn down temperature in the Peninsula oven
Council has forgotten it is there to ensure equal rights
Council should pause and question population targets
Why do we bother with council and its elected officials?
Permanent budget needed to keep waterways open
Act on dredging and bad driving, but not roundabout
Find time to toast success
Watering grass and concrete
Constructive political action is needed
Climate action rejected for 40 years
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Men's activities result in improvement to well-being
Prosthetic limbs donated to 29 children
Cricket club raises $519 for cancer support
Film about gut health to be shown in Ettalong
Hospital staff provide drought aid and firefighter support
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Aboriginal history group shows four films
Choir holds registration day
Young singer wins music competition
English singer at folk club
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Teachers' photos in social media campaign
Fun fair to show centre's program
Aged care course to be held again
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Jemma Smith wins silver in debut appearance
Netball player conducts training session at Woy Woy
Graded Pairs held at Umina
Bowling clubs name Club Persons

Aboriginal history group shows four films

Pearl Beach Aboriginal History Group has shown a series of four films on Fridays to foster engagement, understanding and interest with aboriginal culture on the Peninsula.

They started on January 3.

So far, the group has screened Top End Wedding, The Final Quarter and Black Anzac, a story that explores the story of indigenous Australians in World War 1.

The final screening will be of the film 2040, a documentary exploring how the future of indigenous Australians will look in 2040.

It will be held at the Pearl Beach Memorial Hall from 7pm on January 24.

Group member Ms Peggy Todd said: "The Pearl Beach Aboriginal History Group shares these films with the community as a public service.

"Everyone is welcome to enjoy them and to participate in any post-film discussions," Ms Todd said.

An entry fee of $5 applies to each screening.




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