Podcasts

  • Former NSW Police Minister and Minister for the Central Coast, Michael Gallacher, is holding out for an apology from the State Government, after allegations of corruption which forced him out of Parliament in 2017 have… The post Allegations of corruption found to be unwarranted appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • The West Gosford Shopping Centre is set to be completely revitalised, with a Development Application (DA) on public exhibition until October 31 outlining a $2.23M revamp of the site. Bought by Mintus Properties Pty Ltd… The post West Gosford Shopping Centre to be completely revitalised appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • A landmark visit to the Central Coast in October by a Chinese delegation exploring economic and trade opportunities was a “critical step” for the region, according to Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC) CEO, John… The post Chinese delegation explores economic and trade opportunities appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • More than 200 delegates are in Terrigal until November 1 for the 2019 Coastal Conference. They include academics, government professionals, and experts who will discuss the theme of connecting coast, catchment and community at the… The post Major Coastal Conference underway appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Council earned less income from continuing operations in the 2018/19 financial year compared with the 2017/18 financial year. Its total income was $637.2M last year compared to $651.2 the year before. Total expenses… The post Council has an income drop and less expenses appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Tourism expenditure on the Central Coast hit an all time high of $1.074B during the 2018-19 financial year, according to latest statistics released by Tourism Research Australia. Tourism Central Coast (TCC) Director, Industry Services and… The post Tourism expenditure hit an all time high according to Tourism Research Australia appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Central Coast Council is to look into the feasibility of installing water tanks at discounted rates for pensioners and possibly other low income groups across the region, following a successful motion from Councillor Kyle MacGregor… The post Water saving measures to be examined appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • Low income households across the Terrigal electorate are being offered a free rooftop solar system and installation worth $4,000. Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch, said up to 3,000 households can benefit. “The Central Coast… The post Free rooftop solar systems on offer appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.
  • 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.
  • Strickland State Forest at Somersby is among State Forests that the State Government has targeted for sale, says the Australian Workers Union (AWU), which has launched a campaign to highlight the issue. Also on the… The post Strickland, Wyong and Ourimbah State Forests targeted for sale appeared first on Central Coast Newspapers.