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16 Mar 2020
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Call for lifeguards at Pearl Beach
Wrong picture
Church sells for $1.43 million
$12 million aged care upgrade planned
Wellington pays second visit
Open forum with local councillors
Tesch asks RMS for more time for resident engagement
Flooding and capacity limits highlighted in plan feedback
Environmental projects receive almost $175,000
Volunteers sought to restore park into nature reserve
Plans for six three-storey townhouses
Council seeks insights about leisure centre and theatre
Upgrades for Woy Woy Rd
Council gives 20 per cent weighting for local business
Council financial statements show breach of Act
Association plans hall upgrade
Volunteer sought to co-ordinate Anzac service
Buddies Club forms in Pearl Beach
CWA flag stolen again
Save Our Coast holds celebratory gathering
Events for residents over long weekend
Association has several things on agenda
CWA seeks bedding donations for bushfire relief
Bridge club hosts teacher training program
Next president named
Recycled products at children's market
Film screening by Eco Network
Happy without the noisy intrusion
Fire actions needed immediately
Everyone is entitled to solar access
Ocean Beach Rd intersection already too busy
Return machine needed next door to Liesl Tesch's home
Looked after while I was ill
Many causes for potholes
Times have changed
All council toilets should have hand cleaners
Suitable trees under powerlines are a good idea
Comfort cushions made for cancer care unit
Computer games and puzzles for the elderly
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Italian festival in Ettalong in April
Concert to raise money for ballerina's schooling
Concert for bushfire and flood victims
Two acts for folk club concert
Tesch launches petition to save Gosford TAFE
Precautions in preparation for maintenance work
Aboriginal Welcome Barbecue at Umina
Books donated to children overseas
Southern Spirit women win place in grand final
Ducks softball players win their way to finals
Umina comes 10th in surf life saving championships
Golfers win their way to national finals
Life savers chosen as leading women
Goodman retains unbeaten fight record
Surf clubs win medals in age championships
Umina wins medals in Masters championships
Annabelle wins medals in athletics championships
Open Fours finals played
Margaret crowned district singles champion
Boxers defeated in Olympic qualifier

Umina comes 10th in surf life saving championships

Umina Surf Club has come 10th in Surf Life Saving NSW's Open State Championships held at Swansea's Blacksmiths Beach on March 8.

Club members took medals in a number of events.

Lachlan Braddish won a silver in the Under-19 Male Champion Lifesaver and a silver in the Under-19 Male Surf Belt Race.

Matthew Kearney took the gold and Zach Halliday the bronze in the Under-17 Male Champion Lifesaver.

Braddish and Halliday teamed up with Blake Hessel and Brock Ray to take the gold in the Under-19 Male Rescue Tube Rescue.

Jemma Smith won the gold medal in the Open Female Champion Lifesaver.

She won a second gold in the Female Single Ski and a bronze in the Open Female Ironwoman.

The Champion Lifesaver would prove to be the club's most successful event with Kirsten Miller (Under-19s), Bethwyn Caller (Under-17s) and Ebony Rayner (Under-15's) all taking the gold in their divisions.

Jemma and Kirsten with Poppi Lever, Jazymn Rodwell and Bronte Smith won bronze in the Open Female Rescue Tube Rescue, and the team of Jemma, Kirsten and Poppi took the bronze in the Open Female Taplin Relay.

In First Aid events, Hannah Murphy and Bronte Smith won bronze medals in the Open Mixed First Aid and the Under-19 Mixed First Aid.

Maia Darwin and Erin Scahill took silver in the Under-17 Mixed First Aid, with Bethwyn Caller and Jack Sloane taking the bronze.

Bethwyn teamed up with Liam Drake to take the silver in the Under-17 Mixed Patrol Competition.

Ocean Beach Surf Club came equal 34th in the championship, with Nicole Majsak the club's sole medalist, taking gold in the Under-17 Female Beach Flags.

Nicole came close to the podium again with a fifth in the Open Female Beach Flags, as did Adam Wills, who placed fifth in the Under-17 Male Beach Flags.

Killcare Surf Club ranked equal 39th will no competitors winning a medal.

Oscar McCoombe-Lopez came the closest to the podium with a fourth in the Under-15 Male Beach Flags.

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