WRC-News


Many disability requests fall on deaf ears

The Northern Lakes Disability Tourism Precinct Committee (NLDTPC) has made three urgent service requests to Central Coast Council on July 2. President of the NLDTPC, Mr Gary Blaschke, said the issues had been raised at…



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Scientists add conditions to mine approval

The Independent Expert Scientific Committee (IESC) on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development, has provided new advice to the Federal Department of Environment and Energy to help Minister, Josh Frydenberg, decide whether or…


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‘Mega region’ report is a sign of the future

Regional Development Australia, Central Coast (RDACC), welcomed a report from the Committee for Sydney, recommending the development of a 10 million person ‘mega region’, stretching from Newcastle to Wollongong, through Western Sydney. The Sandstone Mega…


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Land to be acquired for shared pathway

Land at 1 Hillview Cres and 25 Pacific Hwy, Tuggerah, is expected to be compulsorily acquired by Central Coast Council for the construction of a shared pathway. A report from the Directorate of Assets Infrastructure…


Killarney Vale boarding house unanimously approved

Councillors have voted unanimously in accordance with a staff report, and recommended approval of an application to build a boarding house at 6 South St, Killarney Vale. Over two advertising periods, Central Coast Council received…


Promised and then deleted park may yet be delivered

A park-playground promised to a Gwandalan community, and then deleted from a subdivision plan, may be reinstated, following a motion presented to Central Coast Council by Mayor Jane Smith, and adopted unanimously on June 25….



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Central Coast Newspapers opens Wyong office

Central Coast Newspapers has established an office in the former Wyong Shire. Based in the ultra modern Nexus Smart Hub, at 3 Amy Close, Wyong, the office is part of a larger community of businesses…