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Compliance an issue for climate change policy

It is expected that the Central Coast Council’s Climate Change Policy will soon be publicly exhibited. Agenda item 5.4 for the July 9 Council meeting, “response to Mayoral Minute Climate Change” reported that the policy’s…




Weekly community runs planned in Woy Woy

A program that aims to tackle physical inactivity and promote community connection is planning a series of weekly runs on the Peninsula. The run will be held every Saturday, from 8am at Lions Park, Brick…


University students visit kitchen garden

Students from the Ourimbah Campus of the University of Newcastle visited Woy Woy Public School throughout June to observe the school’s kitchen garden program. The university students’ visits are a part of an ecological sustainability…


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Committee to negotiate Crown land management

A committee of five councillors, including deputy mayor Cr Chris Holstein, has been set up to advise Central Coast Council on its participation in the NSW Government’s Crown Land Negotiation Program. The Program involves negotiations…


Year 12 students visit geological sites

Year 12 students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus visited key geological sites in western NSW throughout the first week of July. The excursions were organised as part of the Earth and Environmental…


Public speaking

Pretty Beach Public School held its Public Speaking Finals Competition on June 29. Students from Kindergarten to Year Six spoke to the school community. Principal Ms Deborah Callender said: “Special congratulations to our Kindergarteners on…


Mingaletta visit for Naidoc celebrations

Woy Woy Public School has been visited by women from Mingaletta during celebrations for Naidoc Week. “We were visited by eight aunties from the Mingaletta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Corporation and Mr Stuart McMinn…