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7 Aug 2023
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After-hours medical service faces closure
Read Peninsula News on your mobile phone
Rotarians drive across Australia for children's charity
First Rotary Exchange student since Covid
Quick thinking prevents spread of kitchen fire
Vietnam memorial day to be held at Ettalong
Woy Woy businesses eligible for facade grants
Ausgrid fells 'oldest street tree' in Pearl Beach*
Men's Shed makes beehive roofs for arboretum
Council cemetery team tells about memorial trees
Registration opens for oyster-eating competition
Volunteers wanted at Mary Mac's Place
Pre-school students join in National Tree Day planting
Woman goes missing twice in a week
Service NSW introduces Quiet Hour
Surfers association welcomes disability parking*
Women receive donation for Cancer Council*
Extra $2 food option to help sick children*
Awards for supporting Lions fundraising over 10 years
Sausage sizzle to raise money for Mary Mac's Place*
Central Coast 'Run for The Voice' ends at Ettalong
Coastal Twist shop window competition opens
New pedestrian refuge welcomed*
Tesch joins calls to save Empire Bay Boat Shed*
Consider applying for Seniors Festival grant, says Tesch*
Information about services for older people
Holly speaks of her archery
Restaurant owner welcomes energy bill relief*
Grocery donations for Mary Mac's*
Grants available to support volunteers*
Christmas in July at Rotary*
Rotary club holds coffee meeting
Widows group holds Christmas in July*
CWA branch holds Winterfest*
Donations wanted for trivia night*
Tesch to speak at disability summit*
Only four days with rain in dry July
Two-storey multi-dwelling proposal for Britannia St
Council gives list of reasons for refusing dual occupancy
Council planners recommend refusal of dual occupancy
Development application for new mooring
Application seeks changes to 2017 development approval
Proposal to double Booker Bay child centre capacity
Panel to hear of three appeals for 'deemed refusal'*
Everglades upgrade proposal to go to planning panel
New ambulance station almost finished
Planning process deprives residents of sunlight
When a promise is not a promise
Has estuary health changed since 2001?
Celebrating Aged Care Employee Day for a whole week
Flower arranging workshops held regularly
Deaf residents inspire others to learn Auslan
Quilts donated to Elsie's Retreat
Medicare changes 'unlikely to help after-hours service'
Aged care home expects to start stage two next year*
Coronavirus numbers lowest since December 2021
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Everyone is welcome at monthly play readings
Choir to hold concert in Woy Woy*
'Wonderful works' produced by patchwork group*
Students 'take home the chocolates'
Banksias replanted in Melbourne Ave
School hosts second rehearsal for choral festival
Leadership team get their hands dirty
Children take home native plant*
Savannah's cross-country success
Skipping challenge raises money for Heart Foundation
Students encouraged to speak publicly
Dancers and choir perform at variety night*
Chosen as soccer coaches of the year
Mixed pairs final was 'great game to watch'
Triples championship final played at Umina
SEU have 1-0 soccer win over The Entrance
Umina United in match of the round in women's soccer
Second soccer win of the year
East Gosford women have 9-0 victory over SEU
Terrigal meets Woy Woy in rugby union
Senior cricket training starts on Saturday
Sisters swim at national pool rescue event
Surf club offers bronze medallion course
Ocean Beach surf club offers First Aid course*
Softball registrations open*
Bowling club to hold annual meeting
Development team visits Woy Woy rugby league juniors*
Sydney Swans Academy holds trials*



Everyone is welcome at monthly play readings

Woy Woy Little Theatre is holding play readings on the last Monday of the month at Peninsula Theatre in McMasters Rd, Woy Woy.

"Everyone is welcome and it's a great way to get involved with Woy Woy Little Theatre," said president Ms Christine Vale.

The play is "Let's Kill Agatha Christie" by Anthony Hinds was read last Monday night, July 31.

In the play, Prudence wants to be the new Agatha Christie.

"Sadly, all her crime stories are disasters," said Ms Vale.

"She decides the only way to write a foolproof plot is to stage a murder.

"She invites her three worst enemies for a weekend and gives them all a good reason to kill her."

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