Business

Iconic pie bakery to open at Ourimbah

A new Heatherbrae’s Pies outlet under construction at Ourimbah is expected to open in April and bring 50 jobs to the region. Heatherbrae’s Pies has been operating at Raymond Terrace…


The people are not fools

Forum – There are tens of thousands of people in a similar situation to myself that do not agree to mandatory vaccinations or secondary boycotts being imposed by many Central…


Business is booming for Shano

International Day of People with Disability was held on December 3 to celebrate the success of all people living with disability, and to recognise the life-changing achievements made every day….



Belinda one of three chosen for US mentorship

An Ettalong businessowner has gone from promoting luxury to learning, joining forces with an American-based internship program to help grow her brand. Belinda Keehn from luxury loungewear company, BJ’s PJ’s,…




The virtues of a variety of views

Forum – Gordon Batt would have us believe that the only proper qualification for election as a Councillor or as a Member of Parliament is having been an independent businessman…



Charities humbled by swelling support

A range of local charities and non-profit organisations across the Peninsula are taking an ‘all hands-on deck’ approach to support those in need and have been overwhelmed by the support…


Six new jobs for pearl farm

Broken Bay Pearls is one of three businesses on the Central Coast set to upgrade facilities, purchase new equipment and employ more people, thanks to a financial boost from the…





Oyster growers call for support

Labor has called on the State Government to help struggling oyster growers on the Coast following the March floods that impacted the industry just days before the usually lucrative Easter…




Fashion dolls become big business

The fashion dolls industry is a niche, yet large business, and Coastie, Jozef Szekeres, has become one of the big players. Five years ago, Szekeres started his own business, GlamourOzDolls,…


Breathing life back into Gosford CBD

As tourists flock to the Central Coast, more and more people are bringing Gosford to life by moving their businesses to the CBD. Local providore and soap shop, Central Coast…


Makers and Creators

Connecting with the Coast’s Makers and Creators is now easier than ever through a new dedicated digital directory on the Love Central Coast website. Central Coast Council Director Connected Communities,…