6; Things to Do This Weekend

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6; Things to Do This Weekend


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Surf's up, so why not hit

the waves

WHETHER you need to buy a learner's longboard, dust off the old yellow thing in your garage or you're out there in the frothy stuff most weekends, go surfing! There's many important things to do on Saturdays such as housework, homework or hanging out with the significant other, but surfing overrules all. Plus it's relatively cheap beyond initial outlays and excellent exercise. Swell size is also tipped to pick up this weekend.

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Celebrate Christmas,

Aussie style

IMAGES of the perfect Christmas family, sitting around a big table with food spread all across it and a log fire burning in the background aren't for us Aussies, mate. Down here we barbecue while batting flies away, drink beer while kicking back in the pool and greedily rip heads off prawns before dunking them in seafood sauce. And don't forget being humiliated by granny during a game of backyard cricket. So if you've forgotten anything most supermarkets will be open today, and don't forget the sunscreen. Merry Christmas.

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Remember the true meaning of festive season

REMEMBER the true meaning of Christmas at St Peter's Anglican Church Coolangatta today. Parishioners will bring to those in attendance the story of the Christmas Star. During a kind of Iron Age spiritual crime scene investigation Mary, Joseph, Santa and even King Herod a at his own suggestion a are thought to be the Star. But no. It is Jesus, and the play will appeal to children and educate them on the church's festive message: Jesus is the focus of Christmas. The play begins 6.30pm (NSW) on the corner of Lanham and Dutton Sts.

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Don't blame the rain for having a lousy time

RAIN is predicted for today and Christmas Day, so chances are you may be stuck inside. …

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