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Boat policy was misguided from the start

The boat policy of both major parties was misguided from the start, morally, politically and practically.The country is now wrestling with the shameful results of it.Given Australia’s legal responsibility to accept political refugees without question,…


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Housing policy would create a ghetto

The proposal to change population density in Woy Woy to accommodate low income housing, is a proposal to create a ghetto.The associated social problems of this kind of development near two hotels and the leagues…



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Proposal to increase Woy Woy density is appalling

Many residents have great concern about the appalling proposal to increase the building density of Woy Woy, alone in all of this huge area of Central Coast.The proposal is neither “balanced or sustainable”.This is an…


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Planning map does not show lot consolidation

What does the LEP Zone map for Woy Woy, recently highlighted on the front page of the Peninsula News reveal to the public?Does it indicate that all land lots shown will remain as is, until…


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Focus on the biggest R: the Residents

Back in July, like you, I received my rate notice and a bright shiny newsletter from Central Coast Council.It included a message from our new CEO, Gary Murphy, among other things.After reading his missive I…



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NRMA purchase a blessing

The announcement that the NRMA have bought Fantasea Ferries may be the blessing that Peninsula residents have been waiting for.Fantasea owns Palm Beach Ferries and the NRMA already own the popular Umina Beach Caravan Park.The…


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Mother Nature does not act alone

In February 2000, I made a submission on the proposed boat harbour marina-tourist development and ferry service, Gosford DA 6609/99.The environmental impact statement reported that 100,000 cubic metres of sand was annually transported around the…