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22 Mar 2021
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'Initial strategic' intersection designs released
Foreshore parking meter scheme to go to Council
New playground equipment at Vernon Park
All Anzac services to be at Ettalong Diggers this year
House numbers for Patonga Creek residents
Dune works funded at Umina and Pearl Beach
Firefighters ask residents to check fire alarms
Residents undertake their own traffic counts
Peninsula petrol returns to high prices
Tesch joins residents in call for road upgrade
Rotary club to offer five community grants
Changes sought for development of Centrelink site
Comment period opens without full details
Council receives 33 swimming pool applications
Soap dispenser savings to be spent on vandal guards
Council to close town centre and tourism committees
Draft policies on public exhibition
Woy Woy parking limits change
Palm tree planned for Ettalong roundabout
Baptist church seeks Covid marshal
Woy Woy Bingo resumes at Ettalong
Former Scout commissioner attends Founders' Day
Volunteers wanted for Catholic parish
Children to watch chicks emerge from eggs
Workmanship award to plant nursery worker
Progress association raises $25,000 since September
Appeal to stop dogs roaming
Morning tea for flying doctor service
Committee re-elected at Peninsula Environment Group
Blackwall Guides to hold annual meeting
Rotary club visits member's workplace
Busiest month for Lions Club in a year
Church changes its name
Support continues for youth driver awareness courses
Rainfall totals 300mm in eight days
Making character statements as ineffective as possible?
Bowden Rd application 'rejected', not 'refused'
Signatures wanted for aged care petition
Hospital auxiliary given last donation from bowls group
Three medical centres chosen for vaccine rollout
Woy Woy aged care residents receive vaccinations
Local girl put forward to show cochlear implant success
PV at PV to reduce carbon footprint
Masks no longer required in aged care facility
Government should resource old age, says care chief
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Quilt with movable flowers and butterflies
Easter Art Trail to be held at Pearl Beach
Book fair at Pearl Beach on Easter Saturday
Folk club concert likely to be a sell-out
Closing date for interest in Ephemeral Art Trail extended
New festival for writers planned for Umina
Woy Woy seeks excellence rating for preschool
School issues pen licences
Up to 30 late students 'concerns' school
Preschool children help with clean-up
Work proceeds at computer lab
Parents allowed into school to pick-up and drop-off only
Fishing expedition yields flathead
New parents' committee at Ettalong
Easter hat parade at Ettalong
Schools to receive just over $1.1 million
Parents' association holds online raffle
New science and technology room
Positive playground slips at Ettalong
Ettalong women contest Central Coast Open Pairs
Margaret Smith wins back-to-back district singles titles
Hospital sponsors Woy Woy Lions
Ettalong bowls team in State Fours championship
Netball clubhouse sub-committee wanted
Success in senior State Singles
Bowls group plays with Woy Woy Bowling Club


Peninsula petrol returns to high prices

Petrol prices on the Peninsula were back to 10 cents or more higher than the best prices at West Gosford and Tuggerah last week.

United remained the cheapest petrol on the Peninsula, but was 14.2 cents more expensive than the United station at North Wyong.

E10 fuel was 141.9 cents at Umina compared to 127.7 cents at United North Wyong, according to the NSW government Fuel Check website.

Premium 95 was 156.9 cents at United Umina compared to 142.7 cents at United North Wyong.

Premium 98 prices were also 14.2 cents different.

At the same time, the E10 price was 131.9 cents at Metro West Gosford and both Metro and Woolworths at Tuggerah, still 10 cents cheaper than the best Peninsula price.

The United price of 141.9 cents for E10 locally was four cents cheaper than other petrol stations on the Peninsula, with the price at both Coles and Woolworths locally being 145.9 cents.

The price difference for diesel was not as great.

United Umina was charging 131.9 cents, while the price was 125.9 cents at Metro West Gosford, 126.9 at Metro North Wyong and129.7 cents at United North Wyong.

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