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LOCAL HEROES OF 2016

 

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27/01/2017
In the past 12 months, Peninsula Living has had the opportunity to meet a number of incredible people who devote their time to the community and give back in so many ways.

 

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07/12/2016
Families across the Northern Beaches are celebrating the festive season in very special yet diverse ways, as Kate Hutchinson discovers.
SEAEAGLES SET TO SOAR this season

 

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29/09/2016
The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are currently undergoing a transitional period, but there is still plenty of optimism about the season ahead, as Joe McDonough finds out.
CONGRATULATIONS, Tim Cruickshank

 

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27/09/2016
The Avalon born and bred cricketer speaks with Kate Hutchinson about his time at Manly Warringah District Cricket Club and winning the Sydney Grade Cricket final, volunteering in Cambodia, and being nominated for Cleo Ba
The Sea Eagles Of old

 

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20/09/2016
Some huge off-season signings by the Sea Eagles will see them start the season as one of the teams to beat. Joe McDonough reports.
Green  THUMB

 

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20/09/2016
North Shore Living talks to local Gillian Lee about her love of community gardens.
Rhythm & Lime

 

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20/09/2016
Bilgola brothers Oli and Louis Leimback are making inroads globally with their band Lime Cordiale. Joe McDonough reports.
Valentine’s Day On the beaches

 

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20/09/2016
February 14 is a day that florists, restaurants, confectionery companies and Hallmark all salivate over. But do the people of the Northern Beaches share this fondness for Valentine's Day?
ADDICTION ON THE BEACHES

 

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16/09/2016
It's claimed the Northern Beaches is an 'ice hotspot’,but it's actually alcohol and cannabis wreaking most damage, as Niki Waldegrave reports.
The Future is Very Bright!!!

 

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15/09/2016
Actor Simon Chilvers was always an artist at heart. He tells Mali Nelson how- he turned a debilitating illness into an opportunity to pursue what he loves - and has even invented his own art form.

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