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"I Love coming home"

 

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Think Local

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26/10/2017
Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok now lives in Los Angeles, but on a flying visit back to the beaches, the Pretty Little Liars actress tells Peninsula Living why she still calls Australia home.
MR PERFECT

 

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Think Local

Published:

26/10/2017
Inspired by his own battles, Mosman's Terry Cornick has launched a face-to-face mental health support meet up for men on the North Shore.
CHEER, CHEER THE, RED and THE WHITE!

 

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Think Local

Published:

31/08/2017
As the AFL finals approach, Sydney Swans player and peninsula local Callum Mills insists the Northern Beaches should get behind his team.
RACING INTO TOMORROW

 

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Think Local

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31/08/2017
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Bilgola resident Dave Bennett who was diagnosed with the disease 20 years ago, reveals why the big C doesn't have to be a death sentence.
Hooked IN

 

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Think Local

Published:

31/08/2017
Castlecrag schoolboy Toby Page will make his singing theatre debut in North Sydney this month in Gilbert & Sullivan's production of Pirates of Penzance.
Cycling and pedestrain DANGER ZONES

 

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Think Local

Published:

30/08/2017
Tension is growing between pedestrians, cyclists and motorists due to the potential dangers of shared pathways and the continuous hazards of cycling on our main roads.
THE GOOD LIFE

 

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Think Local

Published:

29/08/2017
The North Shore is home to a culturally diverse population — but is it always a welcoming area or could it be intimidating for newcomers?
THE FORGOTTON FLOTILLA

 

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Think Local

Published:

29/08/2017
Local archaeologist Dr Michael James Bendon has spent the last 35 years researching terrestrial and underwater sites. He reveals the war stories that history has overlooked.
Get in the GAME

 

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Think Local

Published:

28/08/2017
Peninsula AFL, cricket and rugby league clubs are desperate for more female umpire and referees. And guess what? You don’t even need to play and sport to become involved.
LOCALS tackle the Himalayas FOR A CAUSE

 

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Think Local

Published:

06/07/2017
A group of parents from St Mary's Primary School North Sydney, had no idea a conversation at a New Year's Eve event would lead them to an 18-day trek across the Himalayas.

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