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Remembrance Day service will be held as usual

Regarding front page articles in edition 351 (August 13) and 450 (July 30) of Peninsula News, I would appreciate you including the following item in your next available edition.Most local people will be aware that…


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Council has not done enough

Many residents joined together on Tuesday, September 18, to protest about the fact that Central Coast Council have not done enough to ensure the continuing service of the Palm Beach Ferry.Nearly six months have expired…


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Councillors are our starting point

After reading Brian Lewis’s letter (Peninsula News edition 452) regarding the state of repair of the whale tail street art pieces in the Peninsula Recreation Precinct, I agree the art should be kept in a…


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Chambers Place flats are poorly sited

I cannot for the life of me imagine why the Housing Department would build an apartment block at Chambers Pl, Woy Woy.The two worst pubs on the Central Coast are at the end of the…


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Not too late to move Oyster Festival

Our association, the National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association of Australia, fully supports the Vietnam Veterans and Mr Bill Jackson from Ettalong Beach Diggers in their opposition to holding the Oyster Festival on the same…


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Change the date

I am a World War II veteran and I think it is a disgrace that people vote to have a community function, the Oyster Festival, on a date that clashes with a very sacred date,…


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Service swept under the rug for an oyster festival

The Peninsula News (edition 451) reported that Remembrance Day collided with the Ettalong Beach Oyster Festival.How could this have happened on the World War 1 100th Anniversary?Is the Oyster Festival nationally celebrated?I am not at…


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Consider breakwater groynes for channel

Whilst agreeing with Carl Veugen’s comments (Peninsula News issue 452) on the current dredging program, I cannot see any dredging program being a long-term solution for maintaining a navigable channel and a stable beach from…


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Dredge moored for 11 days

The dredge contracted, performed about a week’s work, and then we find it back moored near the waterfront reserve at Ettalong, for 11 days.People and businesses all over the Peninsula are eager to see the…


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Council must refuse any non-complying application

Regarding the non-complying development application on Webb Road, Booker Bay (Peninsula News 452), once again a developer submits an application which “does not comply with the Gosford Development Control Plan for multi-dwelling housing in terms…