Weekly News 5@5

CCN’s weekly news 5@5, September 17, 2021. The Central Coast has recorded 339 local cases of COVID-19 since the start of the current outbreak, with this number expected to rise.

Lead stories from across the Central Coast

  • A local woman in her 20s sadly died yesterday at Gosford Hospital who had tested positive to COVID-19.
  • Local MPs have successfully called on the government to brief them about the ongoing situation on the Central Coast. 
  • CCN reporter Skaie Hull’s run in with the Deputy Premier
  • This week one of our journalists gained reluctant media attention around the nation and internationally for her frustration during an online media conference with Deputy Premier John Barilaro.
  • The High Court of Australia has made a landmark decision that will have a substantial impact on organisations that publish the news, including CCN.
  • In a reaction to the same high court ruling Central Coast Council has also decided to turn off commenting on their popular Facebook page.
  • Call to formalise some bike trails.
  • Red Bus company under threat
  • Tom Slingsby, has sailed comfortably to victory
  • The match-up between the Central Coast Mariners and Blacktown City has been confirmed

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1 Comment on "Weekly News 5@5"

  1. Alicia Morales | September 18, 2021 at 9:18 am |

    What happening in central coast does not surprise me at all, I been commenting on social media about the irresponsible behaviour of people and luck of police patrolling around the beaches were people been gathering since day one, with no mask and no social distance.
    It is easy to blame the estate government instead,

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