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Councillors reluctantly pass 2018-19 budget

Central Coast Council narrowly avoided a Washington DC-style fiscal shut down when several Councillors moved to reject the 2018-19 delivery program, operational plan and resourcing strategy recommended for adoption by staff at its June 25…


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$761m council budget passed

A capital works budget for the next financial year, increased by $50,000 from the publicly exhibited capital works budget, has been adopted by Central Coast Council. It has also allocated funding to major projects, following…




Seismic testing is unconscionable

Local campaigner, Mr Gary Blashke, has partnered with Stop Seismic Testing Newcastle, to raise awareness of plans for seismic testing for oil or gas off the Central Coast. PEP 11 (Petroleum Exploration Permit 11) extends…


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ANZAC commemorative ceremony at Dooralong

The Dooralong Community Reserve Trust will hold an ANZAC commemorative ceremony at Dooralong Hall on March 18. 2018 marks the year of the Centenary of the end of the First World War. During the war…


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Warnervale Town Centre’s future in doubt

Recent activity on the land earmarked for the planned Warnervale Town Centre is in preparation for the construction of 130 homes by Hudson. Member for Wyong, Mr David Harris, said that while the home development…



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Development approval sought in flood prone area

A three-dwelling, multi-residential development spread over two buildings, has been proposed for a 815.7 square metre site at 15 Stewart St, The Entrance North, valued at just under $1m. An existing house on the site…


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Status of Women Advisory Group membership announced

Central Coast Council’s new Status of Women Advisory Group includes five women from the former Wyong local government area. The new Advisory Group was formally recognised at a special function on Monday, March 5. Members…