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For more than 40 years, Manly and Warringah Rugby clubs have been the best of enemies. On the peninsula, you're either born a Marlin or Rat - and pity those who dare cross the border. Adam Lucius reports.
Sean Maloney remembers the exact moment his family turned their back on him.
“It’s when I came home in 2006 and told them I was going to play for Warringah,” he recalls with a smirk.
Support is growing for a university campus in Pittwater, expanding tertiary education options for the Northern Beaches and providing an economic boost to the peninsula. Gillian Currie finds out more.
The concept of a world-class university campus on the peninsula began several years ago among the Pittwater business community.
However, the reality of such a project is coming closer, with potential sites identified and potential universities earmarked as likely candidates for such a partnership.
Kate Hutchinson finds out how and why Nine Network news presenter and journalist, Amelia Adams, has become one of the top newsreaders in Australia.
When asked how long her day at the Nine Network is, Amelia Adams states simply, “about 11 hours”, with no hint of irritation. The former North Shore local and Roseville College student is in the studios before 7am for hair and makeup and to read the newspapers, and leaves around 6pm after presenting Nine Afternoon News. Throughout the day, she is onscreen providing live news updates for television and Nine Newsbreak – an iPhone and iPad application that launched in 2011, and bulletins for Nine’s Qantas Inflight News.. Read full article >> Have your say >>