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Anzac events at bowls club

The Ettalong Memorial Bowling Club will hold special events on Anzac Day. The bar will open from 8am. At 8.45am, there will be a Rum Parade and Men’s morning bowls will start. A free breakfast…


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Guides in Anzac Day march

Ettalong Guides will be participating in the Anzac Day March and service at Woy Woy and are also planning to go dolphin watching in April. Gosford City Council has recently paid for and installed a…


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Club plans Anzac Day activities

The Ettalong Beach Memorial Club has a special day organised for Anzac Day. From 4.40am buses travel to the club picking up those wishing to go to the dawn service and then leave the club…


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Buckholt calls for Peninsula Beachwatch

The local area should involve itself with the State Government’s Beachwatch program says Councillor Lynne Bockholt. Councillor Bockholt made the suggestion after approaches by concerned residents. “I think the program is vital, it has credibility,”…


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Differential tip rate recommended

Central Coast Waste Planning and Management recommends the implementation of a differential pricing strategy at Woy Woy Tip to encourage the sorting of recyclable waste. Recyclables such as car bodies, whitegoods and metals should not…


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Groups work on our local environment

Several groups on the Peninsula are working to improve the environment. This column will give reports and updates on current projects. If you have a project or a special event you would like mentioned or…


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Teeth like the Third World

Are we living in the Third World? Well, if you look at our children’s teeth, you might think again. Gosford Shire children, under the age of six, are consistently suffering from elevated rates of decayed,…


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Peninsula News

Welcome to the second issue of the Peninsula News, the new monthly newspaper for the citizens of the Peninsula – now on “the web” as well as in print. This month our major sponsor is…


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Theatre to be built next year

The Peninsula will gain its first purpose-built theatre mid way through next year. The $700 000 performance based theatre will be used primarily by the Woy Woy Little Theatre group but will also accommodate seminars…


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Opinion sought: Is another youth centre needed?

Gosford Council has sought public opinion on the need for another youth centre on the Peninsula. Council’s Building Committee has employed consultants, CD Recreation Services, to gauge public sentiment. The Building Committee wants to ensure…