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Collapse Issue 210 - 02 Mar 2009Issue 210 - 02 Mar 2009
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Private interest in rehab unit confirmed
Call for new channel strategy
Patrol frees grounded yacht
Work to start for commuters
Council gives road to Fisheries
PCYC to take church hall
Mixed fortunes with property prices
Neal warns of email scam
Killcare surf club almost finished
Parishioners picnic at Bobbin Head
Activities for Seniors Week
Mingaletta gets radio timeslot
Workshop for native plant propagation
Money management course is offered
Environment meeting
Wetlands featured on new website
Trailer winner
Trivia night for Jamboree
Promoted in Melbourne
Help wanted for dog shelter
New coffee bar opens
Highest rainfall in five years
Literary event
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Rotary raises $16,000 for bushfire areas
Surf clubs raise $10,000
Parish donates $5000
Village raises $3500
School raises $3000 for bushfire
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Drive the yobbos from the beach
Support for Reclaim Beach Day
Council is not willing to learn
Simple measures for caravan park
Commercial rehab would cost more
Capture carbon
Choice was never offered
Not an English hater
Pleasant memories
Bring back 'Difference of Opinion'
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Beach-a-thon at Ettalong
Computer program to develop skills
Five dance groups to compete
Best fund-raisers
Young leaders
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PCYC launches archery
Umina heads for cricket finals
Gym upgrade announced
Regan receives sports grant
Free trial of Nordic Walking
Junior registration to remain open
'Sleeping giant' at Woy Woy
Rugby side prepares
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Pedal generator for folk night
Proceeds to helicopter and Rotary charities
Underglaze decoration
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Student conducts eczema survey
Mental health service for Woy Woy
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Alice Baines - the passing of an era
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Highest rainfall in five years

Rainfall last month totalled 274.2mm, the highest February rainfall in five years, according to figures supplied by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy.

The rainfall was more than twice the February average of 117.9mm and brings the total for the year to 345.3mm, well above the year-to-date average of 220.4mm at the end of February.

The total rainfall figure is similar to that at the same point last year, the first year in more than four years that rainfall remained above average for the entire year.

Last year, the Peninsula had recorded a total of 365.8mm at the end of February, 20mm more than this year.

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