Peninsula

NRL star shares tips with Peninsula juniors

Touch Football – Young touch players on the Peninsula were treated to a surprise visit from Melbourne Storm’s Nicho Hynes at their training session on Sunday, November 22. Peninsula Junior…



More housing needed on Peninsula

More growth corridors around Woy Woy, Umina and Ettalong could be the answer to a growing imbalance between housing supply and demand on the Peninsula, according to Urban Development Institute…


Beware of mail theft

Brisbane Water Police have issued a warning to Peninsula residents to protect themselves against mail theft. Advice from police is to always install a lockable mailbox and use a quality…






Frantastics still on hold

The Peninsula-based popular choir, The Frantastics, has announced it will not resume activities until government regulations in relation to COVID-19 allow. Director, Fran Kendall, said things had been looking good…


$10M budget boost for Peninsula

The Peninsula is set to receive nearly $10M in new funding for infrastructure projects following the release of the NSW Government’s 2020-21 budget on Tuesday, November 17. Key features of…


Are we there yet?

Forum My knowledge of local road network conditions was enhanced recently when I travelled south along Hillview Street in the afternoon. The highlight was the queue of motor vehicles extending…




More police needed

Member for Gosford Liesl Tesch is agitating for more police to be rostered on duty at Woy Woy Police Station following the recent arrival of six new Probationary Constables at…






Council proposes alcohol-free zones

Central Coast Council is seeking comment about its plans to re-establish alcohol-free zones at seven locations across the Peninsula for four years. The council has produced maps showing the extent…


Who would have thought?

Who would have thought that 21 years ago, a 12-page newsletter produced once a month would become the Peninsula’s only newspaper.