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Razorbacks raise thousands after tragic loss

RUGBY UNION – Ourimbah’s Razorbacks Rugby Club has raised $2,000 for the family of Viliami Junior Muru-Teutau, following the promising young player’s untimely death. The 20-year-old New Zealand national was…



CWA ladies pump up the jam

They were all gloved up and ready, talking with fast tongue, they had cherries in their boxes, all the way from Young. They had pitters on the table, cherries they…


Mini fete a great success

Year Six students at Pretty Beach Public School hosted a Mini Fete for the whole school to help raise money for their farewell. Classes from Kindergarten to Year Five participated…



Buses decorated for a good cause

The halls aren’t the only things that have been decked this festive season, with Busways Central Coast rolling out some specially decorated buses to spread holiday cheer and raise funds…


Rotary helps fund anti-bullying classes

A community fundraiser has raised over $1000 to help fund self-esteem and anti-bullying classes at a local primary school. The Rotary Club of Brisbane Water hosted their Stroll, Sip and…


Students soar in Superhero obstacle course

Superhero students soared through Pretty Beach Public School with staff and students partaking in a superhero-themed obstacle course on November 12. The P&C organised fundraiser allowed students to exercise, challenge…



Lions give the gift of mobility

A Woongarrah family has been given the gift of mobility courtesy of the Charmhaven Lions Club. It’s taken three long years, but on November 24, the Pyne Family was formally…


Students’ artwork up for auction

A collection of masterpieces created by the students at Pretty Beach Public School are being auctioned off online as part of the school’s Biennial Art Show. Throughout 2020, the students…



Huge Collective effort for Movember

It was hard not to hear a joint sigh of relief at The Collective Gym in Erina on November 22, after members completed a gruelling 16-minute WOD (workout of the…


NAISDA students give back to community

An exhibition of 22 original artworks on calico by NAISDA Dance College students has raised over $1,400 to provide resources for the remote Aboriginal community of Nyinyikay in North East…



Rohan’s first shave …a reverse mohawk

Year Three student from Terrigal Public School, Rohan Lord, has raised $5,600 by shaving his hair for Cancer Council. On November 6, Roha’s Principal, Michael Burgess, did the first shave…