Podcasts

  • Gosford is on its way to becoming a world class health, research and education precinct, with work starting this week on a new $72.5M facility at Gosford Hospital. The facility has been a long time… The post Work to commence on the Clinical School and Research Institute appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • User groups are far from impressed with Central Coast Council’s Terrigal Catchment Audit, handed down on June 11. Although the report was an “initial audit” to be followed up with a more extensive process in… The post Pollution problems at Terrigal Beach and Terrigal Haven still not resolved satisfactorily appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) Wamberal Brigade is welcoming the investment of more than $360,000 in the Central Coast District with the official opening of extensions to their station. Member for Terrigal, Adam… The post Wamberal RFS Station extensions officially opened appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Council will likely proceed with a new design for the Winney Bay cliff top walkway despite being given a 21 day deadline to revert to the original plan and claim the $4.6M available… The post Community groups call on Council to reverse Winney Bay decision appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Water restrictions could be imposed in less than seven weeks as levels at Mangrove Creek Dam continue to fall despite recent heavy rains. Levels at the dam were recorded at 52.5 per cent on Monday,… The post Stricter water restrictions encouraged in view of looming “water security emergency” appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Paula Martin, the Regional Director of the NSW Business Chamber, Central Coast, says more needs to be done to nip the Coast’s shortage of skilled workers in the bud before the region reaches endemic levels… The post Shortage of skilled workers needs to be addressed appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Pacific Hwy as duplication work continues between Ourimbah and Lisarow. Road users are advised that there has been a temporary reduction in length of the right… The post Temporary changes as a result of Highway duplication works appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Nine new police officers are officially on the job across the Coast’s two Police Districts. The new recruits were welcomed to their new beats after an attestation ceremony on August 23, with Member for Terrigal,… The post Nine new police officers for the Central Coast appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Developers and the business community have welcomed the State Government’s decision to introduce a Local Planning Panel (LPP) for the Central Coast in early 2020, but Central Coast Mayor, Jane Smith, says it is nothing… The post New Local Planning Panel welcomed by business interests appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Council became the 31st Australian Council to declare a climate emergency at its meeting on August 26, but the motion from Councillor Kyle MacGregor attracted quite a bit of debate before finally getting… The post Climate emergency declared following heated debate appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.