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Urban spatial plan goes on public exhibition

Central Coast Council’s Urban Spatial Plan, which would see a medium density residential zone around Woy Woy, has been placed on public exhibition and is open for public comment until October 24. While information sessions…


Only six Peninsula bike paths in list of 142

Only six bike path projects on the Peninsula have been identified by Central Coast Council in the 142 projects adopted in its Bike Plan and Central Coast Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan. Priority for the…




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Bushwalking family rescued after night outdoors

A family of bushwalkers have been rescued after spending the night outdoors with emergency services personnel at Patonga. The family of two adults and three children, aged 12, 15 and 17, contacted emergency services at…


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Peter Bagnall steps down as surf club president

Killcare Surf Life Saving Club president Mr Peter Bagnall has stepped down due to new work commitments in Western Australia. “At the last committee meeting, Pete handed in his resignation as president,” said club information…


Cafe owner asks for removal of conditions

An Ettalong cafe owner has asked for two conditions to be removed from a development consent, because they do not apply to his operation. Lord of Pour cafe owner Mr Jerry Altavilla said the conditions…


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Call for disability facilities in playground upgrades

A disabilities advocate is calling for planned upgrades of three Peninsula playgrounds to include facilities to cater for people of all levels of disability. Central Coast Council plans to upgrade the WL Lloyd Park next…


Drifting yacht recovered by RMS

A yacht believed to have broken free of its mooring was recovered on September 10 by the NSW Roads and Maritime Service after it beached at Ettalong. The vessel was unmanned and adrift after heavy…