The weekly news 5@5

CCN’s weekly news 5@5, October 29, 2021: The lead stories from around the Central Coast this week. Published every Friday evening, syndicated across numerous platforms around the region.

The stories covered include:

  • The Central Coast’s daily COVID-19 cases have continued to fall this week with the daily toll now in single digits.
  • This graph shows the daily numbers over the last 10 days.
  • Vaccination rates continue to climb with 83% fully vaccinated in the 16+ population.
  • From Monday new travel freedoms will be available to Coasties wanting to travel to the regions, including Newcastle. 
  • The Woy Woy wharf officially opened this week. CCN was there to witness the opening, complete with an old fashioned brass band. 
  • The New Liberals candidate Vania Holt took a swipe at the ‘old’ liberals on PEP11 this week.
  • Tuggerah and Brisbane Water Local Area Command’s Police Launch their anti DV campaign this week called Say No to Abuse.
  •  Mr Hart confirmed the sale of Gosford Council Chamber is being negotiated.
  • Peacock problems

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