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Palm Beach ferry runs aground

The Palm Beach Ferry ran aground in the Ettalong Channel on March 9. The ferry ran aground at Half Tide Rocks just before 5:30pm with three Marine Rescue NSW vessels and a team from NSW…

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Development action groups to consider joining forces

Three resident actions groups concerned about development standards are likely to come together to oppose non-compliant development. A meeting is planned of the Residents for Responsible Ettalong Development, Save Woy Woy Waterfront and Save Our…



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Nursing home approved for sensitive bushland

A 160-bed aged care nursing home will go ahead in sensitive bushland at 45 Hiillview St, Woy Woy, after gaining approval from the Joint Regional Planning Panel on March 28. The proposal was not compliant…


Technical failure blamed for ferry grounding

A technical failure has been blamed for the disruption of the Palm Beach Ferry service on March 9 which saw the Ettalong-bound ferry grounded. In a statement issued by the NRMA which owns and operates…


Recreation precinct to have $8.25M transformation

The Peninsula Recreation Precinct is set to undergo a multi-million-dollar transformation after Federal Member for Robertson Ms Lucy Wicks secured $8.25 million to upgrade sporting facilities. “This recreational and sport upgrade will be like nothing…



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Crouch appointed Government Whip

Member for Terrigal Mr Adam Crouch has been appointed Government Whip. Mr Crouch, who retained his seat at the March State election, said he was delighted to have been appointed as Government Whip in the…


Celebrating 100 years

Another Peninsula resident has celebrated 100 years of life. Peninsula Village resident Ms Phyllis Hall celebrated turning 100 on March 13. “Phyllis celebrated with beautiful blooms, cake and family,” said Peninsula Villages chief executive Mr…