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Bushfire destroys nine hectares

[Report] A bushfire which started on August 15 has destroyed nine hectares of bushland in the Bouddi National Park. A total fire ban had been declared for the Central Coast on…


Council must reassess locking disabled toilets

The Chief Executive Officer of Charmhaven Tennis Centre is urging Central Coast Council to reassess its approach to the management of public disabled toilets. Tennis Centre CEO, Brett Bevan, wrote…




Amalgamation under review

The worthy efforts of staff in amalgamating the former Gosford and Wyong Councils were acknowledged when Council met on August 13, and Councillors called for community input into the future…


Praise all round as trees saved

Transport for NSW has announced that the section of road connecting Orchard Rd to its New Intercity Fleet rail maintenance facility site at Kangy Angy, is proposed to be re-classified…




Could Kangy Angy happen near you?

The residents of Kangy Angy saved a stand of trees on Orchard Road but Tony Caldersmith explains how a quiet semi-rural neighbourhood became the site for a major industrial facility….






New mobile base station switched on

Residents of Calga will benefit from improved mobile coverage because a new mobile base station, funded under the Coalition’s $220m Mobile Black Spot Program, has been switched on. Minister for…