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Sporties developer gives emotional address

Sporties developer Mr Tony Altavilla addressed the Joint Regional Planning Panel meeting on behalf of the applicant, the current owner of the Woy Woy Sporties property, Woy Woy Holdings Pty Ltd.“I have been living here…


Market raises money for free permaculture course

Bouddi Kids Create Market has raised $350 for Killcare Community Connect’s Green Community Project, bringing the total to $953.“This money will now be spent on education resources and construction materials for a free Permy Kids…


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Alliance calls for Crown land details

Recently-released information about the sale of Crown land at Woy Woy Bowling Club has highlighted the need for more openness about Crown land management and sale, according to Crown Land Alliance Central Coast.The group has…


Both service and festival to run on Remembrance Day

A Remembrance Day service and the annual Oyster Festival will both occur in Ettalong on November 11.The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has agreed to move the Oyster Festival to the Ettalong Tourist Resort to enable…


Teenagers use council facilities ‘in the dark’

Teenagers are using facilities at Umina oval in the evening, despite Central Coast Council not providing lighting for the area.They are using the skate park in the dark and have been photographed playing basketball in…


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Developer asked to resubmit plans

The developer wanting to build 27 residential units and seven town houses on the corner of Blackwall Rd and Farnell Rd, Woy Woy, has been told to resubmit more favourable plans by Central Coast Council.Save…


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Discussions start on rail crossing replacement?

Discussions have started between the State Government and Central Coast Council over the replacement of the Rawson Rd rail crossing, according to the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.Chamber president Mr Matthew Wales welcomed the move.“We welcome…


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Probus club receives grant

The Empire Bay Probus Club has received a $994 grant from Central Coast Council.The funds will be used to pay for the purchase of a multi-media projector and a portable screen.According to a statement from…


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Man charged over Killcare break-ins

Police have charged a man following investigations into multiple break, enter and steal offences in mid-July at commercial premises in Killcare.Seven shops in the Killcare area were broken into and property, including power tools, computer…


Ryans Rd ‘complete’, but …

The upgrade of Ryans Rd has been declared complete, but it could actually be another three years before it is finished.The final section, near the corner with Ocean Beach Rd, is expected to be completed…