Bulletin January 22

And here’s the latest news from Central Coast Newspapers:

Central Coast Council does not have a policy on dealing with nuisance or roaming dogs, despite the region having the highest rate of dog ownership in NSW.

The Coast had 136,733 dogs as at September 30 and the next biggest council area is Lake Macquarie with just over 89,000 dogs.

Central Coast also has the highest number of dog attacks reported through NSW councils.

A new woman’s health charity created by a Shelly Beach family is helping a whole generation of women find understanding, confidence and comfort as they undergo the change before the change. The Debbie Gaunt Foundation was launched to build awareness about peri-menopause, an often challenging life event that can have devastating impacts on a woman’s physical and mental health.

The 2021 Regional Seniors Travel Card is now available, loaded with $250 to purchase fuel, use taxi services or travel on NSW Trainlink and coaches.

They are available through Service NSW for eligible age pensioners with a valid Pensioner Concession Card or hold a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card issued by either the Department of Human Services or Department of Veterans Affairs.

A man has been charged after an armed robbery at Wyong.

Police have been told that at about 4.30pm on Wednesday, January 20, a man entered a variety store within a shopping centre on Alison Rd and allegedly threatened an employee, a 25-year-old woman, with a knife.

The man allegedly took money from the cash register before fleeing the store towards Wyong Train Station.

Officers attached to Tuggerah Lakes Police District attended the station and arrested a 49-year-old man following a short foot pursuit.

Sixty-eight new intern doctors are officially on the job across the Coast.

The new recruits commenced duties with the Central Coast Local Health District on Thursday and will now spend the next two years working and training across Wyong and Gosford Hospitals.

Over their two years of work, the intern doctors will obtain their general registration with the Medical Board of Australia.

For more on these stories and lots of other local news, pick up a copy of your free Central Coast Newspaper from one of hundreds of outlets around the Coast or read us online at coastcommunitynews.com.au.

I’m Charlea Tonnet for Central Coast Newspapers.

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