PN-News

Pensioners may benefit from free solar power

Local pensioners could benefit from a free rooftop solar system and installation worth $4000, according to Member for Terrigal Mr Adam Crouch. “The Central Coast has been chosen as one of five regions to be…


Retirement villages hold open day

Aged care homes Peninsula Village and Cooinda Village held their annual free Community Open Day last Saturday, October 12. Visitors were able to take a tour of the facilities, spend time with residents, and have…


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Building sites to face sediment control blitz

Building sites on the Peninsula are being targeted in a one-day blitz on Tuesday, October 15, to protect the waterways from run-off. The blitz aims to build on a month-long campaign in May when more…


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Residents asked to be respectful

The Bays Community Group has asked residents to be respectful of others after a large amount was dumped in a shared bin at Phegan’s Bay. “I have had a serious issue brought to my attention…


Business award for outstanding employer

An aged care facility in Umina has taken out the Outstanding Employer of Choice category of the Central Coast Regional Business Awards on October 11. Peninsula Villages emerged victorious from one of the most evenly…


New tea house open

Peninsula Village has officially opened its new Tea House, outdoor deck and surrounding area. The project has been in progress for more than six months. Staff and residents of Peninsula Village were joined for he…


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Dredging of Lobster Beach next, says committee

The dredging at Half Tide Rocks will soon move on to Lobster Beach says Wagstaff-Killcare Community Association president Mr Mike Allsop, who is also chair of the Peninsula Waterways Committee. Mr Allsop said that over…