36 document(s) in Reunions.
Centenarian's big surprise
IRT Woonona resident Sam Manning got a big surprise when he attended his 100th birthday party at his granddaughter's Bulli home on May 5.
Wollongong Advertiser 15/05/2013
Class of 1938 heads back to playground
"Age is only a number," declared Nancye McWhinney as she twisted and twirled in the quadrangle of her old primary school. The 80-year-old joined a handful of classmates to celebrate the 75th reunion of their first year at Murrumbeena State School in 1938.
The Age 08/05/2013
Spanish community celebrates heritage in style
SOCCER, sangria and sunshine helped make the Illawarra Spanish community reunion picnic a success yesterday.
Illawarra Mercury 29/04/2013
ANZAC DAY REUNIONS WHEN AND WHERE TO MEET
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The Age 24/04/2013
Buff and Hal, dumbstruck after 72 years apart
On March 3, 1941, two former high school mates travelled together to the Sydney Showground to enlist in the Second World War.
Harry "Hal" Wolters and Cecil "Buff" Creswick were told they needed written parental consent because they were under 21. They went to the nearby Captain Cook Hotel, spent two shillings and sixpence on a beer and forged each other's parents' signatures.
The Sunday Age 07/04/2013
Checking up on a mate after 72 years
Over scones, sausage rolls and a couple of cold ones, two Diggers who enlisted together in 1941 finally catch up, writes Tim Barlass.
Sun Herald 07/04/2013
Old salts rolling in to celebrate 90 years of Nobbys
THEY come from all walks of life to meet two mornings a week at Nobbys Surf Life Saving Club.
Newcastle Herald 27/03/2013
Airline reunion brings staff together from across globe
HUNDREDS of past and present Aeropelican staff and instructors walked the Belmont Airport runway over the weekend to reminisce after 55 years and thousands of regional flights across NSW.
Newcastle Herald 11/03/2013
Old salts mark 100 years of iron boats
SATURDAY'S Iron Boat Day at Port Kembla served as both a reunion and a reminder.
Illawarra Mercury 11/03/2013
Distant relatives, different stages
Federal opposition member Malcolm Turnbull caught up with a long-lost relative, the former star of TV series Murder, She Wrote, Angela Lansbury, at the Theatre Royal on Saturday, following the opening night of Driving Miss Daisy.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/03/2013
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