Podcasts

  • The post We’ll be back on January 13, 2020 appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • The timely release of a State Government Inquiry, revealing adverse effects of mining in the Sydney drinking water catchment, should add significant clout to the Central Coast Drinking Water Catchments Protection Bill 2019, introduced by… The post Drinking Water Catchments Protection Bill could see the end of Wallarah 2 appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Several hundred people rallied outside the Central Coast’s Council Chambers in Wyong to protest the development of the Wallarah 2 Coal Mine. The rally, held on October 26, was organised by the Coast Environment Alliance… The post Anti Wallarah 2 Coal Mine rally held appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • The Ourimbah Land Use Strategy and Masterplan has been sent back to the drawing board, because Central Coast Mayor, Lisa Matthews, says “we haven’t got it right yet”. Ourimbah residents packed Gosford Chambers for the… The post Ourimbah Land Use Strategy and Masterplan sent back to the drawing board appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Ourimbah, Wyong and Strickland State Forest at Somersby are among the state forests that the State Government has targeted for sale, says the Australian Workers Union (AWU), which has launched a campaign to highlight the… The post State Government is looking for buyers of state forests appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • From P1 “One of those conditions allows the mining company to recycle mine water back into the catchment. “(They’re) trusting Kores to ensure the water will be a quality fit to drink, without anyone even… The post Drinking Water Catchments Protection Bill could see the end of Wallarah 2 appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • A fitness studio at The Entrance is too loud, say residents, and they want Central Coast Council to refuse the gym’s latest application to operate. The gym has operated for two years at shop 37,… The post Gym application for permanent ongoing use not recommended appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • CASAR Park, the world class $18M motorsport complex, racetrack and social enterprise proposed in North Wyong, could be defunct following the withdrawal of its Development Application (DA). Announced in 2010, CASAR (Community Automotive Sport and… The post Motorsport complex needs cash injection appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Mayor, Lisa Matthews, is set to embark on a tour of the region, looking at “the good, the bad and the ugly” of the Central Coast, accompanied by top council staff members. Since… The post New Mayor to look at “the good, the bad and the ugly” of the Central Coast appeared first […]
  • Central Coast Council doesn’t need an integrity and ethical standards unit, says its audit risk and improvement committee. Instead, Council just needs to clarify and promote the role of its internal ombudsman, they say. Councillors… The post Integrity and ethical standards unit not required appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.