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2005
50th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

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May/June 2004
- ACTION NEEDED - CHILD CARE CENTRES IN OPEN SPACE ZONE
- VINCENTIA VICTORY
- IDEAS FOR 50th ANNIVERSARY ?
- CONSERVATION IN YOUR BACKYARD
- PLASTIC BAG WAR
- BIRCHGROVE HISTORIC WALK
- WOLLI CREEK FIELD DAY
- STILL A CHANCE TO SAVE ADI SITE

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April 2004
- Apple Dumplings in Oatley Park
- Future of the Planet competition
- New book by Alan Fairley
- Moore Reserve wildlife
- Wombara - Thirroul walk
- Oatley tree loss continues
- Very briefly...
- Coming events

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March 2004
- BOB WALSHE: OUR NEXT SPEAKER
- MORE ON PORT BOTANY EIS
- WEST HEAD FIELD DAY
- ANOTHER OATLEY TREE THREATENED
- THE KAI MIA WAY
- COMING EVENTS

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February 2004
- Jan Douglas elected new President of OFF
- OTHER COMMITTEE CHANGES
- NEW SECRETARY FOR 2005 ?
- O.F.F. PROGRAMME FOR 2004
- CONGRATULATIONS HARRY AND OLIVE
- CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY
- LIVING DINOSAURS
- MORE BOTANY BAY WOES
- NOTABLE FLORA AND FAUNA

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January 2004
- BUNDEENA-MAIANBAR WALK 29TH NOV
- BUNDEENA PUBLICATIONS
- OATLEY TREES AND SUB-DIVISION
- SOCIETY NEWS
- ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT
- COMING EVENTS

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Nov/Dec 2003
- Rare plants doomed
- Lord Howe phasmid update
- Island rats and other pests
- Smiggins Holes 2004
- E-mail address changes
- Recent activities
- Upcoming events

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September 2003
- O.F.F. website
- Society news
- WWF Tarkine Appeal
- National Parks
- Oatley Park mountain bikes
- Report on Field Day, Bobbin Head.
- OFF Annual Dinner
- COMING EVENTS

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August 2003
- Hutchison tower: battle won but not the war
- Oatley Park mountain bike damage update
- News from the committee
- Environmental news: Ningaloo Reef, Port Botany, Jervis Bay
- Fauna additions to Oatley Park: two species of bat
- OFF annual dinner
- Walk report - Lawson
- Upcoming events

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July 2003
- The issue of mountain bike damage in Oatley Park
- National Tree Day - Sun. 27th July
- OFF activities
- Storage Space Needed
- MID-WEEK OUTING - to Muogamarra Nature Reserve, near Cowan
- On our web page
- A book of interest: "Myles and Milo" by Peter Meredith (1999)
- Whale-watching success

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June 2003
- O.F.F. JOINS THE ELECTRONIC AGE
- HUTCHISON TOWER LATEST
- PRESTIGIOUS AWARD TO OFF MEMBER
- MILL CREEK, GEORGES RIVER
- FROM THE JOURNALS
- Report on Field Day, 3rd May Darkes Forest-Woronora Dam.
- Conference info: “Urban Bushland & Remnant Vegetation”
- SOCIETY NEWS
- COMING EVENTS

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MEETINGS are held at the Uniting Church Hall, Frederick Street, Oatley.
(near the corner of Letitia Street)
Please make yourself known as you come in.
It is intended that meetings commence promptly at 7.45 pm.
Visitors and children are welcome to attend all meetings and field days.


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