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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…



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Library a long way off

Previous plans for a public library at Warnervale appear to have been shelved, based on a Central Coast Council staff report response to a question from Clr Kyle MacGregor. A library at Warnervale was part…


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Public forums proposed prior to Council meetings

Community input has been sought for changes to the structure and timing of Central Coast Council meetings, in a bid to make them more efficient and focused on decision-making. Public forums of 30 minutes before…


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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…