Peninsula


Killy Cares president retires

Killy Cares president Mr Stephen Hinks has stepped down after six years in the role. He will be succeeded by Ms Cathy Baker. The pair will work together during a…


Splash area opened at pool complex

A $1 million splash area has opened at the Peninsula Leisure Centre. Called a “water play park” by Central Coast Council, “it combines water-based play and education and has an…


Legend Lachie in rip rescue

Nipper, Lachie Muldbrock, helped save two young boys from a rip at Umina Beach while out surfing with his dad and uncle on September 29. At around 8.15 am, 11-year-old…





Cake ingredients wanted

The Umina branch of the Country Women’s Association is asking Peninsula residents to donate ingredients for cakes for the annual Mary Mac’s Christmas lunch in December. The branch is responding…


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…



Woy Woy Road upgrades a step closer

Upgrades to four traffic choke points in Woy Woy and Blackwall are a step closer with the release on September 4 of the Community Consultation Summary Report. Parliamentary Secretary for…