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Mabel turns 101
Vehicle-activated speed signs to be trialled in Hillview St
Ethan organises student strike for climate action
Shepard St flooding expected to improve in 18 months
Ettalong to get recycling bins
Responsible development group forms with 80 people
Strata subdivision is approved
Bouddi Foundation seeks grant applications
Law firm welcomes new partners as others retire
Action group founders step aside
Fishing club closes after 30 years
Channel needs State planning, says committee chair
Dredged sand to replenish Ocean and Umina beaches
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Salvos at Bring Your Bills day
Euchre club donates to local schools
Community fair held at Phegans Bay
Church publicises Easter festival events
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School holiday activities announced
Another fire at community garden
Unit fire in Warwick St
Three grants from Council
Retirees help charities distribute food
Activities for St Patrick's Day
Parking fines to be reduced
New playground for Empire Bay
Preschool celebrates 30 years in August
CWA bakes vegan scones for festival
Woy Woy residents targeted for heritage walk
Planning controls were result of exhaustive consultation
Council decisions will destroy the Peninsula
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Meet the authors at library talks
Artists' collective moves to Ettalong
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Assembly for day against violence and bullying
Year's first Interact meeting at Umina campus
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Garden bed restored
Harmony Day held at Pretty Beach
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Law firm welcomes new partners as others retire

One of Woy Woy's oldest law firms has welcomed a brother-sister duo to the role of senior partners after its current senior partners announced their retirement.

Peninsula Law has welcomed Mr Peter Steele and Ms Kylie Tritton to the role of senior partners after Mr Geoffrey Corah and Mr Allan Bingham announced their retirement plans at the end of 2018.

The appointment of Mr Steele and Ms Tritton is a unique one as their father Mr David Steele was a founding partner of Ferry, Steele and Walker which would go on to Merge with Bingham, Turnell and Corah in 1999 to form Peninsula Law.

Both Mr Steele and Ms Tritton became attracted to law after being inspired by their father.

The pair have worked at Peninsula Law as solicitors for a number of years with Mr Steele specialising insurance claims, motor vehicle claims, negligence claims, workplace matters, and commercial, business advice and Ms Tritton in conveyancing, estate planning, probate, civil and commercial, land and environment and NCAT matters.

Mr Steele said he and his sister were excited to be progressing onto the role of partner with a firm so close to their hearts.

""The broad range of legal work that interests me most is available on the Central Coast; working here allows me to have a great work-life balance and I have honestly never wanted to live anywhere else," Mr Steele said.

Mr Corah said he had watched the firm grow from strength to strength over the years and said he felt confident leaving it in the hands of his team.

"Peninsula Law has gone from strength to strength over the last few decades and we have an enthusiastic team with some strong younger solicitors coming through the ranks.

"I am confident that the firm is well placed to become bigger and better, helping more and more local clients through their legal issues," he said.

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