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Collapse Issue 461 - 14 Jan 2019Issue 461 - 14 Jan 2019
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Mayor criticises non-complying development approvals
Measles alert issued for the Peninsula
Station building may become retail space
Change of faces at Peninsula News
Chamber reports strong Christmas trade
Peninsula Tourism Partners claim council neglect
West St development attracts 40 submissions
Peninsula properties deleted from heritage list
Nursing home proposal to go before planning panel
Council staff sum up Woy Woy plans in two paragraphs
Peninsula won't reach potential without plan - Mehrtens
CWA branch joins tourism campaign
Short-term rental strategy deferred
Mayor calls residents' views on planning controls
Council reject 'mystery shopper' for service assessment
Council forms social issues committee
Former mayor named as Australia Day ambassador
Lantern parade returns for Australia Day
Lantern-making workshops
Chamber outlines agenda for 2019
Free cooking workshop
Technology workshops at library
Gamer tournament comes to Woy Woy
Euchre school makes $500 donation
Juggling demonstration held for local children
Christmas lunch held for volunteers
Mehrtens asks: Is development leading to lower quality?
Record fair to be held at bowling club
Ask residents first about apartment blocks
No more free passes to the races
Zoning changes usually come after a plan not before it
Read draft climate change policy
Determine climate policy before planning review
Council should take a stand against whale slaughter
Where are the wharf and mooring levies going?
Why single out dual occupancies in new standards?
Tidy up the Peninsula
Reorientation follows resident traffic observations
Golf enthusiast raises funds for Cancer Council
Hospital staff raise money for mental health support
Big year at local hospital
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Association revives Dancing by the Water
Beach gathering for full moon
Folk club concert
Blues and beers
Brent Walker decides to move on
Changes to bus zone in Sydney Ave
Aboriginal education centre has new sign
Aboriginal cultural enrichment day
Alternatives offered with religious education
Class placements may change at Woy Woy
Principal warns of impact of online game
End-of-year excursion
Student leaders elected
Christmas concerts
Jemma Smith named in State life saving team
Woy Woy player named Star of 2019
Lachlan is finalist for gymnastics awards
Surf club scatters ashes of former member
Membership milestone
Social golf club makes presentations
Surprise gift

Association revives Dancing by the Water

The Central Coast Bush Dance and Music Association revived its Dancing by the Water evenings in Woy Woy on January 4.

Ten members of the association took to the water's edge at Lions Park, Woy Woy, in a display of bush dance.

"It has been a number of years now since the association ran its Dancing by the Water at Lions Park, but now we're back," said association secretary Ms Robyn Northwood.

In past years, dancers would enjoy a social chat, a glass of something nice and a picnic, before taking up the dance, she said.

"Many of our participating dancers were new to bush dancing so we chose a typical bush dance to perform and in no time at all they were all making the right moves, following the calls and 'stripping the willow' in perfect time with the music," Ms Northwood said.

The association decided to revive Dancing by the Water this year and will continue to run the event at Lions Park on Saturday evenings throughout January, weather permitting.

Ms Northwood said the association was keen to welcome any new members or dancing enthusiast regardless of age or experience and will be holding several workshops at various locations across the southern Central Coast over the coming months.

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