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Hillary Morris was first name out of the box
Gosford, an electorate since 1950
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Sitting Member last on ballot paper
Terrigal voting at Empire Bay, Wagstaffe and Ettalong
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Developer joins calls against non-compliance
New group calls for compliant development
Group urges residents to use on-demand bus
Geoff Melville honoured for 'local achievement'
John Greenway dies after cycling accident
Bikes, shopping trolleys and phones found under wharf
Mayor lobbies for Peninsula drainage
Lack of election promises dismays Chamber
Service NSW to open cashless centre in Woy Woy
Climate workshop hears Peninsula has hotter summers
Objectors may address planning panel for second time
Hall packed for networking meeting
Complaints about NRMA fence 'being investigated'
Freelancers to meet in Woy Woy
Uniting Church to hold garage sale
Exchange students visit the Peninsula
Dementia advocate speaks at Rotary
Woman praised for baby's rescue
Sausage sizzle for International Women's Day
Rotarians try arm wrestling against a champion
Replica assault rifle seized
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Non-compliance: Find politicians who think like us
Issues with procedures of Joint Regional Planning Panel
Infrastructure catastrophe will follow non-compliance
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Cutting off her hair for charity
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British singer to perform at folk club
Blues and Roots competition to be held in Umina
Sculptor opens her home studio and garden
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Artwork featured in regional exhibition
Warning about double parking
Student selected for wind ensemble
Canteen receives award for sustainability
Forensic science day for Stage 3 students
Life education classroom visits Woy Woy
Students take photos
New furniture bought with money raised through fun run
Students take part in anti-bullying show
Kitchen garden program continues at Woy Woy
Sydney Swans players visit Woy Woy South
School returns incorrect shirts
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Medal-winning result for junior life savers
Southern Spirit wins in girls' league
Five golfers win their way to national championship
Joshua selected for Australia for Arafura Games
Rugby union season set to start on April 6
Pizza and movie night for teenage life savers
Nippers celebrate end of season
Southern Spirit holds Pink Stumps Cricket Day
Umina takes out men's triples
Nippers season ends with presentations
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Woy Woy abattoir history published
Early photos on display at Umina library

Complaints about NRMA fence 'being investigated"

Complaints about the siting of a fence at the NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park are being investigated, according to Cr Chris Holstein.

Umina resident Anthony Shannon told the Peninsula News a recently erected high fence blocks a long established public walkway from Umina Oval to the ocean.

But the NRMA management said the fence was on its property.

NRMA parks and resorts general manager Ms Deborah Holland said that, prior to any construction, surveying work was done to define the perimeter of the land under the park's lease.

"A fence was then erected on land within our property boundary to secure a segment of the park perimeter and provide additional security for our guests,'' she said.

"To provide some background, we as operators and owners of the NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Resort have a responsibility to secure our park, and provide a safe environment for our guests.

"The fence has closed off public access to our private property in a section of our park through which local residents may have accessed the beach.

"There are multiple alternate options for locals to access the beach without requirement to traverse the park, including the option to turn left at the park boundary to arrive near the front of the park wherein the road may be crossed to access a number of multiple purpose pathways on public land that connect to the beach.

"This route is known to be as quick if not quicker that the route through the park and poses no additional inconvenience for our local residents.''

But Mr Shannon said the fence was clearly outside the limits of their lease and the fence blocks the long established public Ettalong-Kahibah Creek path from Umina Oval to the ocean.

"The question is, did the new Central Coast Council approve this fence?"

Cr Holstein told Peninsula News the siting of the fence was being investigated.

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