Weekly News 5@5

The ‘must know’ stories from across the Central Coast. This week: Facebook ban reversed, E-petition reaches over 20,000 signatures,  42% rate rise for some possible, Premier visits Coast, nurses appeal, the train yard opens at Kangy Angy and Hollywood comes to Central Coast.

Produced by Central Coast Newspapers in Gosford. Presented by Jacinta Counihan, David Abrahams, Hayley McMahon & Haakon Barry. Film and video production by Alex Herget.

3 Comments on "Weekly News 5@5"

  1. norman walpole | February 27, 2021 at 10:26 am |

    they should rename the central coast weed city something needs to be done, there are weeds growing on all foot-paths and median strips its a disgrace, trees along terrigal drive need to be trimmed back before they fall on the traffic passing under

  2. I am an avid reader of the Peninsula times and others of your stable. Bit I am a first time viewer of 5@5.
    Well done. I found it very interesting to have some local highlights in video format.
    Keep up the good local work.
    Ian M Killcare

  3. Good day to all Central coasters.
    In regards the the rates issue. (legal commentary on my idea would be appreciated and required before taking this action.) My proposal is. Rate payers to only pay amount paid last year.
    Submitted with a statement , Until the rate rise has been investigated and justified no further money’s due will be paid. It is inconceivable that the rate payers are left to sort out this debt. If you pay rates you need to join this cause and sign the petition.
    Take care coasties.

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