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08 Mar 2021
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Eldest resident receives first Peninsula vaccination
Another bank abandons us
Escarpment land to be zoned E2, council staff propose
Support for those suffering hardship
Ettalong Bowling Club appoints three new directors
Water users meet to seek 'harmonious co-existence'
Write to council about tree vandalism, GUST urges
Home delivery offered for bacon and egg rolls
Three-storey block of flats proposed for Bowden Rd
Application to build three units in West St
Council staff admit need to review character statements
Greens call for vote on de-amalgamation
Premier has not ruled out Council inquiry, says Crouch
Council adopts 'participation plan'
Draft council policies on exhibition
Teenagers charged after police pursuit
Students collect 380kg of rubbish from Brisbane Water
Seven people attend CWA media training session
Dementia cafe numbers double
Collecting food for people struggling with essentials
GUST celebrates 500th tree planting
Roundabout to be finished by April
Club seeks donations for Titanic Dinner
Church discusses what happens after life
Rotary club awards life membership
Women's network meets at Ettalong
Survey responses appreciate arboretum's peacefulness
Tesch backs call to retain train guards
Produce swapped at community garden
Driest January and February in 10 years
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Baby fur seal robot to provide dementia therapy
Health district seeks board members
Survey to find out how people seek aged care
'Kids' Safari' introduced at hospital
Aged care staff complete TAFE course
Visiting hours change
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Local Members welcome filming at Umina Beach
Arboretum seeks ephemeral art installations for June
Centre offers three jewellery classes
Stroke survivor has paintings selected for Anzac Day
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New house captains at Woy Woy campus
Swimmers break school records
Students help clean up waterways
Code club starts for primary students
Approval to run outdoor discos
School project to regenerate native bushland
School holds parent-teacher interviews by phone
Artwork selected for regional exhibition
Kindergarten departure gate changes
Campus represented by 35 swimmers
Woy Woy to get upgrade to school oval
'Gettalong' at Ettalong
PCYC announces school holiday activities
New shared building at Ettalong school
Parents' association holds annual elections
Umina school opens school grounds
Annabelle wins in discus and shotput
New staff welcomed at Woy Woy campus
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Park Run celebrates its 100th run
Southern holds social eight-a-side competition
Reserve Triples championship
Three generations at Malibu Club
Major Minor Night Pair winners
Handicap Pairs bowls championship played
Umina Beach men's bowls results
Autumn Pairs bridge results
Lions appoint new first grade coach
Bridge teams championships next week
Southern Spirit cricket results
Netball grading completed
Ettalong bowls players in winning Shield side
Rugby season launched with sports luncheon
Aussie Rules junior training starts

EXTRA!!!

Eldest resident receives first Peninsula vaccination

The Peninsula's oldest resident Ms Biddy Abrahams, 104, was its first to receive the Covid-19 vaccine last week.

After having been told they would receive the vaccination in the previous week, residents of Peninsula Village in Umina were the first on the Peninsula to have their injections last Tuesday and Wednesday, March 2 and 3, in the Phase 1 rollout to aged care residents.

Residents of Blue Wave Living aged care home in Woy Woy, who had also been expecting their vaccinations the previous week, are still waiting.

They have not been given a date, but their vaccinations may happen this week.

Peninsula Village chief executive Mr Shane Neave said: "The eldest of our residents, the 104-year-old dynamo Biddy, ensured she was the first one to sit in the nurse's chair.

"She walked away afterwards with a smile from ear-to-ear."

Mr Neaves said: "We are so proud of our staff who were patient, caring and reassuring during a period of disruption that had the potential to cause anxiety, confusion and distress for residents.

"Our biggest praise goes to our wonderful residents who were understanding, helpful and cooperative during the entire process."





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