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Umina CWA supports Coast Shelter

The Umina Beach branch of the Country Women’s Association has decided to support Coast Shelter this Christmas. “The major focus of the association is to support women and children. “This year, we at the Umina…


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Campaign attracts 48 submissions against proposal

The Save Our Woy Woy community group’s campaign against a proposed development at 170 to 176 Blackwall Rd has succeeded in encouraging 48 residents to make submissions on the latest amendments to the proposal. Group…


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Accidents continue at railway crossing, says Tesch

Car accidents continue to be a regular occurrence on the intersection of Railway St and Rawson Rd, according to the Member for Gosford, Ms Liesl Tesch. The latest accident, witnessed by Ms Tesch, occurred around…


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Chamber calls for comment on new planning controls

The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has urged the business community and housing industry to review the proposed Central Coast Council’s Consolidated LEP which open for public comment. “The Council has now placed the new merged…


Remind politicians: Walking track needs repair

Politicians should be reminded that the Half Tide Rocks walking track is in urgent need of repair, according to the Wagstaffe-Killcare Community Association. Association president Ms Peta Colebatch said the track has been in a…



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Group receives grant for urban shade

Umina Community Group has received a grant under the Central Coast Council’s Community Development Grant Program. The group applied for funding of $5359 to create showcase streets for its urban shade project. Full funding was…


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Churches to hold Festival of Nine Lessons

Peninsula churches will hold a Festival of Nine Lessons for Christmas at Ettalong Diggers from 7pm on December 22. It will be presented by the Brisbane Water Ministers’ Association which involves the Anglican, Baptist, Catholic,…


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Peninsula heritage grants total $30,000

Around $30,000 has been allocated to Peninsula projects under round one of the Central Coast Council’s heritage grant program for 2018-19. Ms Joan Patrick received $3718 to publish the Dynasty of Butchers and their path…


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Community association calls for tree plan submissions

The Wagstaffe-Killcare Community Association is urging local residents to make a submission to protect the area’s trees and green spaces. “We believe most residents settled across the Peninsula in part because of the special ambience…