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More Bits And Pieces From Around The Beaches... Lost Walkman


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f you have by any chance stumbled across a silver and blue TEAC AM/FM radio that can also play CDs in the Bronte area please email info@thebeast.com. au. A CD by “The Flood” was inside at the time the device was lost. The owner is very keen to get it back as most MP3 players and CD players on the market don’t have AM radio. If anyone has found the walkman please get in touch as soon as possible.


Find The Beauty Within You! L


ow self-confidence? Feeling “fat”, dreadful and stressed? Emotions and stress can be stored in your body as “fat”. Carrying excess weight can work as a protective mechanism, prevent- ing weight loss, if you are not confronting underlying feelings. Do you wish to let go and watch your weight disappear? Life Har- mony offers a 6 week program


boasting a unique combination of psychology, nutrition and exer- cise. For a free workshop or more info visit www.lifeharmony.biz or call Veronika 0405 416 334.


Randwick Beaches Clean Up Awards


wo of Randwick City’s most well known beaches have won awards at the 2008 Keep Australia Beautiful: Clean Beach Chal- lenge NSW, announced recently. Randwick City Council took out two of the eight Sydney Regional Awards, with Clovelly Beach win- ning the Energy Australia Friendly Beach Award and Coogee Beach winning the Environment Protec- tion Award.


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Randwick City Council also re- ceived three highly commended awards, with Coogee Beach also being recognised in the Friendly Beach category, Yarra Bay acknowledged in the Environ- mental Protection category, and


Maroubra in the Community Part- nership and Action Award, which recognises strong partnership between the beach community, local business and council.


Malabar Headland National Park?


he Friends of Malabar Head- land (FoMH), a volunteer community organisation actively pursuing conservation of Malabar Headland, are lobbying the Federal Labor Government to es- tablish a National Park and public park on Malabar Headland and they are apparently gaining notable traction.


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Malabar Headland, located at the southern end of Maroubra Beach, is recognized as an area of national significance for it’s natural and cultural heritage val- ues. To find out more about Mala- bar Headland and the Friends of Malabar Headland organisation please visit www.malabarhead- land.org.au.


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