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21 Mar 2022
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Government 'terminates' all councillors
Crouch welcomes Council inquiry report
Inquiry recommendations 'disappointing', says Tesch
Councillors 'not adequately supported', inquiry finds
Inquiry recommendations focus on councillor training
'Perhaps' no councillor had skills, inquiry finds
Council reports 'designed to obfuscate', inquiry finds
Councillors should collaborate, despite differences
Inquiry ventures no opinion due to court case
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Large tides could wash more debris ashore
Wicks' inquiry finds social media must take responsibility
Food van washed up at Patonga
Canoe club helps with beach clean-up
Sun shines on Opera in the Arboretum
Umina streets to be closed over nine weeks
Two new council directors
Gosford Rotary club holds fundraiser for Mingaletta
Road closures announced for Anzac Day
Fire brigade rescues dog stuck under shipping container
CWA branch holds 'big Easter raffle'
Storytime resumes at local libraries
Teddies are ready
Community group re-elects most of current committee
Comments sought about management of rare bushland
More than 300mm of rain this month
Collapse  PLANNING PLANNING
Revised proposal for dual occupancy on Paul St
Council recommends street tree planting
Appeal lodged against rejection of Ettalong proposal
Changes requested for Centrelink site development
Citizens must ask for missing details, Panel told
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Housing solution does not rest in bigger and higher
Are amalgamation problems caused by Labor?
Planning is harder than rocket science
Is there movement at the station?
Recent rain is a reminder of the need for good planning
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Case numbers jump from year low to six-week high
Closed to visitors after gastro outbreak
Professor to talk about dying with dignity
Soil turning for start of major aged care development
Seniors centre will hold a free open week
Free sessions at leisure centre for Seniors Week
Come and 'have a cuppa with Gordon'
Free dance for health session at Woy Woy
Nominate a senior who helps our community
Free group exercise program for women
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First overseas artist at folk club in two years
Play scripts and directors wanted for Flash festival
Children's story to create interest in Papua New Guinea
'Stunning quilts' at crafts centre
The Bays art show had sold-out opening night
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Bullying awareness and strategies focus at St John's
Busy week for Year 6 students
Harmony Week activities planned at Woy Woy South
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Shane wins back-to-back Major Singles finals
'Smiles on Dials' returns to Umina Beach
Wicket was just too wet
Southern Spirit cricket results
Novice bridge team champions
Women bowlers hold presentation day
Turn Around Triples at Umina
T-shirt giveaway to celebrate 20 years
Great day at Cessnock
Just short of the chase
Lap swimming at Leisure Centre

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Free sessions at leisure centre for Seniors Week

Peninsula Leisure Centre will hold a free Senior Strength Training Program between March 25 and April 3 as part of Seniors Week.

The centre's Senior Strength Training gym-based over-50s program includes a free fitness assessment.

Contact Peninsula Leisure Centre reception on 4325 8123 or through social media for bookings, which are essential:

The centre will also hold free tai chi between 11:15am and midday on Friday, March 25.

"The gentle martial art is known for its health benefits, promoting serenity, balance, coordination and wellbeing."

The centre will hold a free Aqua Deep aqua fitness class in the deep end of the

indoor 50m heated pool between 8am and 9am on Saturday, March 26.

"Participants use a buoyancy belt and equipment such as noodles and aqua dumbbells for a whole-body workout."

A free Active Over-50s Fitness session will be held from 830 to 9:30am on Tuesday, March 29.

The low impact, low-moderate intensity fitness class is designed for over 50s. Classes vary with cardio, conditioning, strength, core training and balance components.

Another session will be held from 10:30-11:30am on Thursday, March 31.

On Wednesday, March 30, free yoga will be held from 10:30am to 11:30am.

The yoga session is a traditional practice involving a series of poses and stretches, floor and standing exercises with balance work and relaxation.





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