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Collapse Issue 479 - 30 Sep 2019Issue 479 - 30 Sep 2019
Collapse  NEWS NEWS
Teenager charged with Umina Mall arson
Handmade rug donated to charity show
Peninsula has greater social disadvantage
Gym plans lack environmental detail, says submission
Dance group entertains aged care residents
Council removes conditions on cafe
Killcare resident becomes accredited speaker
Pizza store proposal meets with opposition
Matthews voted mayor, Smith deputy
New mayor denies 'party lines' operate at council
Mary Mac's receives $15,000
New two-storey residence to be built
Construction certificate for dual occupancy
Work to start on aroma therapy salon
Mother asks for help to find missing bangle
Tesch calls for State funding for bike path strategy
Non-parole period increased for arsonists
Claim refund
Rotary club hears from Red Cross
Tourism network hears tips for making videos
Progress association to hold Jazz in the Arboretum
Red Carpet Day held at Ettalong
New roof for Umina CWA hall
Rotarians splashed the cash in Canowindra
Warehouse application approved
Open day has family activities
Suicide prevention attracts 100 walkers
Doctor praised for services to medicine
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Jocelyn Maughan wins Gosford Art Prize
Ettalong painter wins Grandma Moses packers' award
Ukelele group raises money for Rotary club
Free screening of horror film
British singer calls in as she cycles to Hobart
College students take barista course at Umina cafe
Packages for children in Gosford Hospital
Parents reminded of code of conduct
Parents offered anxiety program for their children
Connect Four set to be used in outdoor play
College holds graduation ceremony for Year 12
Dance students attend masterclass
Ettalong finishes 16th in State debating
Nick wins all nine tennis singles games
Student art exhibition
Students raise $1200 in 40-Hour Famine
Students cater for multicultural food festival
Netball team takes sixth place
Kindergarten attends Possum Magic performance
School to get new electronic sign
Students learn swimming and water safety
Wolves win one of three baseball premiership games
Bailey Meti selected for State under-18s bowls team
Softball players still wanted
Southern Spirit to field eight teams
Netball association offers range of programs
Davara selected for development
Everglades holds bowling club members' day
Ettalong pair named champion of champions
Charity bowls raises $555

Red Carpet Day held at Ettalong

Ettalong's fourth annual Red Carpet Day was held on September 15.

Peninsula Business and Tourism Partners president Ms Kim Cole said almost 40 local businesses participated in the day.

Ettalong's main street was turned into a smorgasbord of activity, with special deals and offers to promote tourism and spending in the area, she said.

Artists, buskers, the NSW Studebaker Vintage Car Club and the Central Coast Holden Car Association were there to keep visitors entertained as they shopped.

"Visitors could also kick up their heels with DJ Killerto playing tunes from the 60s and 70s and much more," Ms Cole said.

The State Emergency Service, Umina Beach Surf Lifesaving Club and several community groups also exhibited and explained their involvement in numerous communal activities.

"The Rotary Club of Brisbane Water raised over $800 with prizes donated from local businesses

"All in all the day was a huge success," Ms Cole said.

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