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Saturday, January 25, 2020

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Community makes a splash at Isis pool celebrations

It was a day of water fun at the official Isis Memorial Pool opening event, with the community invited to take a dip to celebrate the occasion.

Bargara SES Group now recruiting

The Bargara Group of the State Emergency Service (SES) is appealing for volunteers to join their team.

Botanic Gardens steam train rides back on track

Steam trains will be chugging along the Botanic Gardens track again on Sunday after a break of more than two months due to fire bans.

Have your say on Elliott Heads Recreation Facilities

Elliott Heads residents and visitors have another opportunity to have their say about the development of a recreational facility on Saturday 1st February or through the online survey.

Campers return as local national parks recover

Campers are flocking back to areas around Woodgate and Walkers Point impacted by fires last year.

Teenagers take on babysitting challenge

A new course has enabled six local participants to gain extra skills in babysitting and caring for young children.
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Community makes a splash at Isis pool celebrations

It was a day of water fun at the official Isis Memorial Pool opening event, with the community invited to take a dip to celebrate the occasion.

Bargara SES Group now recruiting

The Bargara Group of the State Emergency Service (SES) is appealing for volunteers to join their team.
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