Karingal Hub shopping mall walking group wins reprieve

The ISPT spokeswoman said the safety issues had referred to the shopping centre redevelopment works and to COVID-19 health concerns.

Peninsula Health chief operating officer Helen Cooper said: “Pending volunteer availability and interest, we would be pleased to once again partner with Karingal Hub Shopping Centre to reinstate the Karingal Hub walking group — an initiative that was much-loved by our senior community members.”

Fitness and friendship: Some of the Karingal Hub Walkers.

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