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Coasting : Issue 1
6 local so, you call youRself a Pic: Peter Rae bebe ladach shilla sass fate annise untitled junk avanah saintly shylo spicy sugar biatch 17 Mitchell St, norah Head on your way to Soldiers Beach Boutique OPEN 7 DAYS from 10am Krissi: 0428 933 860 Robbi: 0424 326 071 E: email@example.com Maybe you’ve lived here for years and know the place like a Simpsons re-run. Or maybe you’re a newcomer who desperately wants to fit in. Well, there are some things that every local should know... Q1: What was Frogys? And where was it? Q2: What suburb did Natalie Imbruglia live in as a child? Q3: Which Avoca surfer was a former world No2 on the world championship tour (WCT). Q4: Where would you buy a Wambie Whopper and what would you do with it? Q5: The Central Coast’s Ji Wallace won a silver medal at the Sydney Olympics in which gymnastics discipline? Q6: What were Casper’s and Sylvester’s, and where were they? Q7: What is the name of the Reptile Park’s dinosaur? Q8: Craig McLachlan went to which Central Coast high school? Q9: Where was the first McDonald’s restaurant on the Coast? Q10: Where was the former Village Twin Cinema complex? Pic: Peter Stoop Exciting nEw boutiquE ANSWERS: 1. A roller skating rink in Mann Street, Gosford 2. Berkeley Vale 3. Shane Powell 4. Wamberal – it’s a hamburger, so you’d eat it 5. Men’s trampoline 6. Night clubs. Kanwal (Wyong Leagues Club) and Charmhaven, respectively 7. Ploddy 8. The Entrance 9. Tuggerah 10. Watt Street, Gosford Pic: AFP Photo/Valery Hache Pic: Richard Gosling
December 15th 2008
Issue 2 2009