Warringah Council

Warringah Council

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  • New Warringah Council's first sitting

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  • Warringah Council Rangers - Intimidation

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  • Warringah Council Annual Report 2015

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  • Warringah Council - Garbage Collection

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  • Griffith Consulting Group & Warringah Council

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  • dee why summer

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  • Australia. History of Australia in a Nutshell.

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  • A Brief Overview of World War II

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  • Soobin & Arin MC Stage - Dolphin

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  • Why I applied for Queen's Counsel

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  • Sesame Street: Sonia Sotomayor: "The Justice Hears a Case."

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  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Facts and History

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Warringah Council was a local government area in the northern beaches region of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It was proclaimed on 7 March 1906 as the Warringah Shire Council, and became "Warringah Council" in 1993. In 1992, Pittwater Council was formed when the former A Riding of Warringah Shire voted to secede. From this point on until amalgamation, Warringah Council administered 152 square kilometres (59 sq mi) of land, including nine beaches and 14 kilometres (9 mi) of coastline. Prior to its abolition it contained 6,000 hectares of natural bushland and open space, with Narrabeen Lagoon marking Warringah's northern boundary and Manly Lagoon marking the southern boundary.

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