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Development action groups to consider joining forces
Mehrtens questions generator pollution at Woy Woy tip
Palm Beach ferry runs aground
Technical failure blamed for ferry grounding
Nursing home approved for sensitive bushland
ACF branch to raise Hillview St objections with Ministers
Celebrating 100 years
Approval to strata subdivide Atlantis building
Chamber calls for 'swift action' on local planning panels
CCTV cameras installed at Umina
Anzac Day services around the Peninsula
Veterans' families to receive commemorate crosses
Environment network to screen seismic testing film
Labor promises second Ettalong foreshore project
Money raised to restore community garden
Almost a tonne of waste taken from Empire Bay waters
Feedback wanted on water price drop
Charity run to include new event
Bays group holds annual meeting
Easter book fair held for 43rd time
Events planned for Youth Week
Free school holiday activities
Free activities for families with young children
Kids' market will have Easter theme
Volunteers receive community service awards
Pride of workmanship awards have been presented
Rotary to develop better communication strategies
Ulysses motorcycle club looks for new members
CWA members take out competition awards
CWA vegan scones in demand at festival
Trees planted at CWA hall
Men's Shed to hold garage sale
Dinghy retrieved from channel
Garage sale for Sydney eye hospital
Produce swap at community garden
Easter hat parade
Elders speak on Harmony Day
Suicide awareness program to run at community centre
Charity lunch for disabled surfers' association
Pre-school children visit retirement village
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Ettalong commercial zone should have three-storey limit
We need to address State planning laws
Time for exhaustive consultation again
Controls are designed to prevent the worst development
Seriously reckless behaviour in school traffic
Consider an independent
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Creating a 'warmer softer environment'
Cancer diagnosis was at once a relief and devastating
New plastic surgeon at hospital
Knitting blankets for charity
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Author to speak at art exhibition launch
New gallery has launched
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Text messages used to chase parents of absentees
Musicians and singers perform under the stars
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Photography students make pin-hole camera
Grant for a new garden
Selling cakes on election day
Chinese folk dancers for Harmony Day
Students learn history from Grandpa Fred
Hall redevelopment
Learning about native wildlife
Parents' group seeks volunteers
Keep sick children at home, principal asks
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Jemma Smith named for three international events
Southern Spirit juniors finish an undefeated season
Ettalong junior part of winning Central Coast bowls side
Umina juniors contest grand final
Bowlers celebrate work of their patron
All swimmers competed in finals
Rugby league players selected for schoolboy teams
Stridsman trains in Colorado Springs
Jemma Smith featured in national campaign
Ettalong competes in summer league
Ettalong women's major singles final

Environment network to screen seismic testing film

The Community Environment Network and the Save Our Coast group will hold a free screening of the documentary Sonic Sea at the Umina Surf Life Saving Club from 7pm on April 11.

The screening is being held in opposition to a planned approval by the Federal Government of seismic testing for oil and gas off of the Central Coast.

"Join us from 7pm at the surf club for the free screening of Sonic Sea, a documentary explaining the impacts of seismic testing and noise pollution on our oceans," said Community Environment Network chair Mr John Asquith.

"Find out more about PEP11 and the current Federal Government's planned approval of seismic testing for oil and gas pipelines across the Central Coast covering 1000 square kilometres of coastline.

"Please help us stop seismic testing and save our coast before it's too late."

Ettalong resident Mr Hale Adasal of the Save Our Coast group said the film played to a full house of 300 people at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre in February.

"Peninsula residents have requested a local event since then.

"We're very pleased that the Umina Surf Club has a large enough venue to screen the film," he said.

"With 1000 square kilometres of 3D seismic blasting being planned for our coast, this film about the impact of underwater noise is most relevant.

"3D seismic testing involves multiple airguns firing simultaneous intense and explosive blasts into the ocean floor in the search for the best drilling targets for oil or gas.

"Small scale seismic testing for oil and gas has already occurred close to Norah Head in April last year."

Committee member Mr David Abrahams of Killcare said now 3D seismic testing over a vastly expanded test area of 1000 square kilometres was being planned.

"This is a very real issue for the Peninsula area that values its marine life and coastal life style very highly," he said.

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