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19 Apr 2021
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Persson calls for administration while merger proceeds
Crouch to petition Minister for public inquiry into council
Mingaletta in consortium to deliver housing program
Tickets provided for Anzac services
Climber taken to hospital with multiple injuries
Titanic Dinner was 'fabulously successful'
Palm tree installed during the night
First concert after aged care home lockdown
Community group joins in bank celebrations
Book fair raises $8500
Rotary club views stained-glass panels
Minister seeks ideas for church statement of purpose
Tesch calls for grant applications
CWA branch to hold second stall
CWA branch seeks support for grant application
Multi-unit development proposal retains existing house
New council chief has rebuilt councils, says Crouch
Panel denies planning document exhibition problems
Medical centre plan 'designed to maximise site usage'
Decision on Mrs Wilson's Shop is deferred
Government reviews planning provision variations
Tree group calls for submissions on State design policy
'Excellent' water quality in Booker and Woy Woy Bays
First transfer made
Bays group gears up for more events
Star jumps at PCYC
Bags of food for Coast Shelter
Busy Easter weekend for Marine Rescue
St John youth group gathering
Easter eggs to competition winners
Rotary member attends world service conference
Anzac service at Pearl Beach
CWA members have history of quilting
Road safety forum at Gosford
Small businesses should apply for rebate, says Tesch
Charities share in profits
Little rain in last three weeks
Precedents take over from planning provisions
Creating a safe world for politicians and developers
When 8-4=0: 'No cuts' to ABC budget
Cumulative impact of Council decisions not considered
Best of friends
Rugs and blankets donated to palliative care project
The face of a new service at Woy Woy
Staying active is key to preventing falls
Buggy rides a regular event
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Jewellery class finishes term one
Visit to Monet exhibition at Moore Park
Writers' festival program is released
College wins ribbons at Royal Easter Show
Students receive White Cards and barista certificates
Catholic school enrolments open
Community childcare to hold annual meeting
Schools to receive new roofs
College cross country attracts 200 students
Students set sights on goalball championships
Pre-schoolers have a look inside worm farm
Cross country carnival at Woy Woy South
Young official of the year
Umina hold junior presentation day
Bailey Meti wins Singles event in state championships
President's Cup bridge results
Mixed pairs bridge championship
First trial game
Lessons on bridge cardplay strategy
Southern Spirit to hold presentation nights
Under-10 girls selected for Central Coast girls' team
Pennant wins to Ettalong Eagles
First round loss for Woy Woy Lions
Rugby League results
Umina bowls results


Umina bowls results

Umina Beach Men's Bowling Club had mixed results in Round 5 of Pennants competition on April 10.

The Grade 3 side went down at Terrigal, 9-1. The side is now in fifth place.

The Grade 6 side went down 9-1 at home against Ettalong Blue. This side is now in fourth place.

The Grade 7 side had a draw on the board at Woy Woy, but won two rinks to one, giving them a 5.5 to 4.5 points win on the synthetic green.

The side still leads by 1.5 points over Woy Woy, who they beat by one point.

Umina teams played in the Zone Pairs Champions on April 11.

In Open competition, Paul Trigg and Shane Waddell had a 24-12 win over Tony Aldrich and Peter Hughes of Terrigal.

In Seniors competition, Don Stephens and Tom Burgmann had a bye in the first round and were defeated by Neil Williams and Dick Thornton from the Entrance Seahawks in the second round.

In President Reserves, Ian Jarratt and Victor Gauci had a 30-13 win against Shelly Friedlander and Nathan Shell from Toukley in the first round, but were narrowly defeated 20-19 to Shane Reeve and Peter Bowler from The Entrance Seahawks in the second round.

Larry Johnston and Warren Brooks went down to Michael Nash and Terry Rugg from Breakers Wamberal 23-17 in the first round.

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