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08 Apr 2024
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Droneport details needed, says residents' association
Cross country carnival held at Woy Woy South
Tesch to co-chair 'MP Friends of Olympics' group
Anti-scams forum to be held at Ocean Beach surf club
Appeal launched to build covered area at arboretum
Rotary president visits Fiji to research projects
Carers NSW to hold information session
Cookery wins at Northumberland group competition*
Second session for prospective councillors*
Man arrested on drug charges
Fire brigade holds fundraiser outside supermarket
Interest sought from gardening volunteers
Library holds 'glow workshops' in school holidays
Memorial service reveals a life that was a love story
Men's club makes herbal infusions for cooking*
Residents celebrate Seniors' Week in Japanese garden*
Children may learn to knit at Umina library*
Brigades called help injured mountain bike rider
Meals on Wheels day was a 'resounding success'
Pat's Day at Rotary club
Open day at PCYC on Saturday
Reid to run photography competition again
Easter Bunny visits physie class
Presbyterian church welcomes new minister
Raffle raises money for food pantries
Do you prefer rolls or slices with your sausage?*
The joy of fire brigade membership*
Trivia night at Pearl Beach*
March rainfall was lowest in 20 years
Dual occupancy proposed for Karingi St
Three-storey dwelling proposal would remove 17 trees
New plans exhibited for dual occupancy
Application made to extend 'boat berthing pen'
Drone delivery questions go unanswered*
Information wanted about missing necklace*
Drone delivery is arrogant plan*
Free chiropractic clinic held at Mingaletta
Aged care home makes transition to 'household' dining
Catering team raises $4600 for youth mental health
Women's health centre to receive more funding*
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'New generation' folk musician to play at Troubadour*
Umina artist in Gosford exhibition*
Tribute to jewellery student*
Selected for North Sydney basketball team*
Canteen manager wanted for Umina school
Easter hat parade held at Ettalong
Parents call for 'full funding' for public schools
Students give cards and chocolates for Easter
Mindfulness sessions held in school chapel
College wins pig prizes at Royal Easter Show
Excursion to Royal Easter Show*
Splash-a-thon to be held on last day of term
Variety of activities at Yarn-up
Big bowls finals played at Everglades
Bridge club holds annual Teams of Three event*
Information for cadet soccer referees*
Umina lifesavers show they are champions
Charity bowlers raise $350 despite the rain
Brisbane Water club represented at bridge congress*
Leo competes in State discus after breaking local record*
Grubs competition to start on Sunday
Roosters announce the return of Kyle McLean*
Umina Minor Pairs final was 'great game'*
'Impressive season' for Youth League side*
Outrigger club brings home three medals
Under-12s cricketers had 'outstanding' season*
Park run attracts 219 runners*
Women's rugby side put on 'good performance'*
Women's all age soccer players wanted*
Swans hold indoor training for parents and players*
Woy Woy 10-year-old wins State swimming bronze
Tennis changes at Pearl Beach*
Council threatens soccer club with fines over venue use
Women's triples final played at Umina
Umina takes first two places in Turn Around Triples Day*
SEU meets Woy Woy in women's division one soccer*



Do you prefer rolls or slices with your sausage?

Do you prefer bread rolls or bread slices at sausage sizzles?

That is the question that the Rotary Club of Umina Beach is asking its patrons.

"For almost 10 years, we have been serving up our sausages on fresh bread rolls rather than on a slice of bread," said club president Mr Wayne Dowdle.

"This has been loved by all of our customers and has been officially sanctioned in writing by Bunnings headquarters."

The club's question has been prompted after the club was prevented "mid-serving" and without warning from using bread rolls at its Bunnings barbecue at West Gosford on Saturday, March 23.

"We were told that bread rolls were not and never have been allowed at Bunnings Barbecues."

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