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30 Nov 2020
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Arboretum receives nesting boxes
Gosford council chambers sale to be decided tonight
Peninsula News moves forward
Council to apply for eight per cent rate rise
Community garden celebrates project completion
Restaurant business increases
Ferry captain takes new role
Survey finds working from home is better, says Tesch
Progress association reaches hall upgrade target
Church plans for more meetings in person
Church limits numbers to 120
Knitting hot water bottle covers
Mobile phone tower for Patonga
Restaurant seeks extension of public pathway
Neighbour hires planner to object to Ferry Rd proposal
Koala group explores grants funding
Christmas cakes and puddings
Holiday activities to raise funds for progress association
Rotary club presents tents to college
Bridge meeting 'productive', says Wicks
CWA branch sells raffle tickets
PCYC offers school holiday program
Craft lessons resume
Instruction given in resuscitation and defibrillator use
New Rotary member
Body of missing man found near Hornsby
New gym building opens at Umina
Solar upgrade is completed
Answers from the elite lack information and humour
Administrator appointed for cosmetic surgery
Horses visit in place of Cup celebrations
Nurse graduate program to run at Woy Woy
Aged care visits permitted
Encouraging music
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Pearl Beach Art Trail includes 20 artisans
Lyn Davis moves on to new position
Umina school holds Colour Run
Money being raised for preschool playground upgrade
High distinctions in mathematics
School proceeds with Mini Fete
Support students represent school in 10-pin bowling
Woy Woy students prepare for high school
Students prepare for transition to high school
Excursion to Rumbalara Reserve
Southern and Ettalong United appoints coaching team
Southern Spirit masters team plays for first time
Cricket results
Jenni named Club Person of the Year
Netball association elects committee for next year

Arboretum receives nesting boxes

The Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach has received nesting boxes for brushtail possums, sugar gliders, pygmy possums, parrots, microbats and the glossy black cockatoo.

They were paid for by the Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (Wires) with the support of Member for Gosford Ms Liesl Tesch and built by the Men's Shed under the direction of Central Coast zone coordinator Mr Ray Crawley.

Arboretum president Ms Victoria Crawford said University of Sydney PhD candidate Ms Vivianna Miritis was helping the Arboretum with the nesting boxes.

Pictured are Ms Crawford, Arboretum secretary Ms Mary Knaggs, Wires microbat carer Ms Clare Rickell, Ms Miritis, committee member Mr Phil Rich, Arboretum vice-president Ms Ann Parsons, Mr Crawley, Arboretum honorary ecologist Mr Robert Payne and Ms Tesch.

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