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Coal mine protest march

A march, organised by Coast Environment Alliance (CEA), for a peaceful protest against the approval of the Wallarah 2 coal mine, is the second on the Central Coast, following a rally in July attended by…


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Wyee Rural Fire Service has a new station

The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) Wyee Brigade is welcoming the investment of $795,400 in the Central Coast area with the official opening of their new station. State Member for Lake Macquarie, Greg Piper,…



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Three locations receiving sand renourishment works

Central Coast Council has commenced sand renourishment works at foreshores around Tuggerah Lakes. “As part of our role protecting and conserving the Tuggerah Lakes estuary from time to time, we need to perform a sand…



New inquiry to assess coal ash impacts

A Parliamentary Inquiry by the NSW Public Works Committee will examine the legacy of toxic coal ash from power plants. The Inquiry will accept public submissions until May 2020 and report its findings by July…


More protests planned to stop Wallarah 2 mine

Coast Environmental Alliance (CEA) is on the march again – this time in Wyong – to protest Wyong Coal’s Wallarah 2 longwall coal mine in the middle of Central Coast’s water catchment. “Let’s unite to…


Premier and Cabinet come to Mingara

Mayor, Lisa Matthews, deflected criticism levelled at Central Coast Council last week by NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, by renewing calls for the State Government to commit funding from “overflowing coffers” to key projects in the…


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Premier and Cabinet come to Mingara

Mayor, Lisa Matthews, deflected criticism levelled at Central Coast Council last week by NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, by renewing calls for the State Government to commit funding from “overflowing coffers” to key projects in the…