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Arboretum has big plans for 2021

Pearl Beach Arboretum revealed some interesting plans for 2021 when it handed down its summary of events for 2020. President Victoria Crawford thanked the team of volunteers for their help…


Bendigo Bank gives back to community

A number of projects on the Peninsula were boosted last year by grants from Ettalong’s Bendigo Bank in a bid to support grassroots community initiatives. Notable donations included a $50,000…


No policy on nuisance dogs

Peninsula residents plagued by nuisance dogs will be interested to know Central Coast Council does not have a policy on dealing with nuisance or roaming dogs, despite the Central Coast…


Litter in creek causes concern

Woy Woy residents will be keeping a close eye on a drainage channel adjacent to Peninsula Leisure Centre which was cleared of litter and an abandoned shopping trolley following requests…




Tree poisoning an ongoing issue for many years

Twelve trees have been removed from a Bateau Bay picnic area in Wyrrabalong National Park following their deliberate poisoning. National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) confirmed that vandalism of vegetation…


EPA defends its recent track record

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has hit back at claims by member for Gosford, Liesl Tesch, that it has let down the Central Coast with a drastic reduction in…


‘Stop selling public assets’ – Tesch

Member for Gosford Liesl Tesch is calling on the State Government to stop privatising public assets, saying the sale last year of land bordering Gosford Hospital could pave the way…