Podcasts

  • In the latest development on the issue of the controversial landfill at Mangrove Mountain, Central Coast Council has commenced proceedings in the Land and Environment Court (LEC) against both the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and… The post Council has commenced proceedings against the EPA and Verde Terra appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Gosford Private Hospital has been sold for $200m to Barwon Investment Partners (Barwon), with former owner, Healthe Care Australia, to continue to operate the hospital on a long term 25 year lease arrangement, with options… The post Gosford Private Hospital new owners have plans approved for $32m upgrade appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Access to Forresters Beach has been improved with the construction of a new tiered staircase at the northern end of the beach. Central Coast Council recently completed construction of the new staircase opposite Henrys Rd,… The post Fibreglass reinforced plastic beach staircase completed appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Following some fairly heated debate, Central Coast Council adopted its first Climate Change Policy on July 8, with some clauses relating to sea level rise planning and the process of “planned retreat” omitted. Changes were… The post Council adopts Climate Change Policy appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • A Coronial Inquest into music festival deaths, including those of former Narara Valley High School student, Alex Ross-King, and Brisbane man, Joshua Tam, who died after attending the Lost Paradise Music Festival at Glenworth Valley,… The post Coronial Inquest into music festival deaths has Coast connections appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • A new section of a $995,000 shared pathway connecting the Kincumber foreshore to Avoca Drive has been completed. Central Coast Council Director, Roads Transport Drainage and Waste, Boris Bolgoff, said the newly completed section was… The post New section of shared pathway at Kincumber completed appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Residents in the former Gosford LGA will receive their water bills quarterly instead of bi-annually from this month, in line with the same cycle already in place in the former Wyong LGA. Central Coast Council… The post Water bills to be issued quarterly appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Council has no plans to abandon the use of glyphosate-based weed killers, despite the decision of several Sydney councils to ban the use of the controversial weed-killer, Roundup, which has been linked to… The post No plans to abandon the use of glyphosate-based weed killers appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Two wharves at Davistown and one at Spencer will be replaced as part of a $1.64m Central Coast Council project. A fourth wharf will be replaced at Empire Bay. Director, Roads Transport Drainage and Waste,… The post Four wharves being replaced appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Woy Woy Country Women’s Association Branch President, Jane Bowtell, has been named the 2019 Gosford Woman of the Year. Bowtell received the honour after being selected by Member for Gosford, Liesl Tesch. The awards are… The post Jane Bowtell is the 2019 Gosford Woman of the Year appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.