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Vets Championship Deferred

Due to abnormal course conditions it has decided to defer the date of the Vets Championship from tomorrow to the first Vets Monday in June. Tomorrow’s competition will be a single stableford instead. 35 more words

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Individual and Fourball Handicap Matchplay Championships 2015 - Entries Open

Entries for the 2015 Handicap Matchplay Championships (Both individual and fourball) are now open.

Entry sheets are located in the Golf Shop. Please give your phone number to enable communication between players. 194 more words

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Jamberoo’s history found wanting

KEEN amateur historian and club captain Dave Ransom, has noted that there was a ‘dark ages’ in our club history from 1997 to 2007, at least concerning the records on the website history page. 70 more words

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Monthly Medal Deferred

Due to abnormal course conditions and the expected poor weather forecast over the weekend the Match Committee has decided to defer the date of the May Monthly Medal. 30 more words

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NACCHO Health News: Is WA stepping away from original plan to close 150 remote Aboriginal communities ?

Colin Barnett has stepped away from his controversial rhetoric that up to 150 remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia will be closed down, revealing plans for a “hub and orbit” strategy that will leave some communities bigger and better resourced, others reduced in services and the smallest ones abandoned. 1,424 more words

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NACCHO News: Former Chief Minister takes job in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health


Former Chief Minister Jon Stanhope at his new workplace, the Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service, with chief executive Julie Tongs, left. Photo: Jamila Toderas

Story as published… 727 more words

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April 2015 Vets Newsletter

14th April 2015 Competition
Due to the Easter break, the Vets day was pushed back a week to the 14th April. A number of our Vets have been away on their annual pilgrimage to Wellington and I have been told that our own Kenny Dickson cleaned up in the men’s comp and Betty Dillon from Nowra won the ladies. 359 more words

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