Epiphany at Yarra Bay with a blessing of the waters and emphasis on the obligations to protect the environment.  Better traffic planning by Randwick Council  is required for the benefit of residents, police and visitors.  For the first time in 4 years Barry O’Farrell was absent, instead represented by David Clarke.  Labor politicians included Members for Canterbury, Heffron and Maroubra  – Linda Burney, Ron Hoenig and Michael Daley, respectively.   Councillor Andrews represented Randwick Mayor, Scott Nash.
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