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16 May 2022
All set for Saturday's election
Our invitation
Paul Borthwick, Australian Citizen Party
Bentley Logan, Liberal Democrats
Lucy Wicks, Liberal Party of Australia
Shelly McGrath, The Greens
Barbara-Jane Murray, United Australia Party
Gordon Reid, Australian Labor Party
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Work starts on building Men's Shed
Voters asked consider aged care Royal Commission
Rain causes aged care building delay
CWA cookery officer wins first prize
Church seeks members
Branch delegates return from CWA state conference
Ferry vandalism put down to closure of marina
Grants program opens a month early
Charity bowls day raises $3400 for Guide Dogs
Hairdresser closes doors after 30 years
Marine Rescue celebrates years of voluntary service
Renewed call for merger action
Gosford Rotary donates $5000 to Mingaletta
'Large quantity' of polystyrene removed by Clean4Shore
May rainfall already close to average
High rates to continue for at least another nine years
Red Shield collection to be held on Brisbane Water Dr
Riley invited to Paralympics camp
Reunion for Rotaract 50-year anniversary
Bays brigade attends show
Rotary club holds annual soup night
Exhibition to be held at Mingaletta
Stalls at Uniting Church on election day
West Head and foreshores opposite Patonga cleaned
Two-storey manufactured home planned for waterfront site
Application for strata-subdivided dual occupancy
Controversial planning portal listed in excellence awards
Council keeps putting up rates, but doesn't repair roads
Case numbers drop 20 per cent in two weeks
Hospital relaxes some requirements for visitors
Discussing a student disadvantage and holistic care
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Double bill at the Troubadour
Little Theatre issues casting call
Busy crafting beautiful pieces
First watercolour class for the term
Writers' festival is on again
Ben Hur comedy opens at Peninsula Theatre
Vandalised trees to be replaced
First of a series of 'special days' held at school
Ettalong school makes transition to new software
Year 5 students tackle regeneration of rare bushland
Aboriginal student excursion to Umina
Students reach reading nights targets
Anzac ceremony at Umina campus
Students take part in free photography workshop
'Democracy sausages' at Ettalong
Election day barbecue at Woy Woy South
Fundraiser for Stewart House
Vandals destroy four street trees planted by school
Women's soccer wins to Umina and Woy Woy
Gosford has first rugby season win against Woy Woy
Boxing at PCYC
Kariong defeat Southern and Ettalong 'against the odds'
Cricket club to hold annual meeting
Group fitness room closed for new flooring
Avoca too strong for Woy Woy in rugby union match
Interclub bridge competition attracts 12 teams
Ten duos in bridge club mixed pairs championship
Ocean Beach to host IRB premiership
Executive filled ahead of Little Aths annual meeting
Rogers Park sports block is 'ready for use'
Girls have substantial victory



Lucy Wicks, Liberal Party of Australia

The Morrison Government has a plan for the Peninsula.

We plan to upgrade local roads through our $126.5 million Central Coast Roads Package. This includes upgrading the Rawson Road and Ocean Beach Road roundabout, which is a $36.5 million project.

Construction on the improvements to the Everglades Catchment Drainage have started. A re-elected Morrison Government will also upgrade Rabaul Ave and Haynes Ave in Umina Beach, Broken Bay Rd and Schnapper Rd in Ettalong and Booker Bay Rd in Booker Bay.

We're delivering more commuter car parking at Woy Woy station, with construction starting at the end of the year.

Support for families and young people is important on the Peninsula. A re-elected Morrison Government will deliver $1.4 million for a Peninsula Youth Hub to work with at-risk youth.

We are also upgrading the Umina Beach CWA Hall to become a refuge centre in case of natural disasters.

People on the Peninsula care about local sport. Our sports investment for the Peninsula is over $11 million.

The cost of living is a huge issue for locals. That's why we're delivering a $250 payment for almost 21,000 pensioners across the Central Coast.

Low- and middle-income earners will receive about $1500 in tax relief and we've cut fuel tax in half.

The Peninsula is one of the best places in Australia to work, live and raise a family. People on the Peninsula want to work close to home. A Morrison Government is delivering record low unemployment and will continue to create jobs.

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