Central Coast



Dancing is back!

Get ready to put on your dancing shoes because as of Monday, March 29, there will be no restrictions on dancing at pubs, nightclubs, and weddings across the Central Coast and NSW.


The Weekly News 5@5

Central Coast News 5@5 March 26: Coming up this week: Central Coast flooding causes havoc – Acting Council CEO Rik Hart updates on damage to infrastructure – Two new COVID…


Doctor calls for better communication

Local emergency doctor, Dr Ash Bowden, is encouraging more medical professionals on the Central Coast to join the #HelloMyNameIs badge campaign, an initiative aimed at improving communication between staff and patients.


Weekly News 5@5

This week: Women march for an end to gender-based violence – Rik Hart explains forensic audit – David Harris lashes out at Adam Crouch – the Central Coast’s almost finished…



New land valuations completed

The NSW Valuer General, Dr David Parker, has published land values for the Central Coast / Hunter regions to reflect the increase in the property market as at July 1,…


Bookmobile to visit Peninsula

Readers on the Peninsula can now easily access new novels with Central Coast Council’s Bookmobile hitting the streets from February 8. The Bookmobile aims to visit selected nursing homes and…



Whither those ‘additional benefits’?

Forum – Concerning the Central Coast rate increase feedback on Yourvoiceourcoast, even though the survey has been reissued, it still has a deep flaw that undermines the statistical integrity of…


70 years and going strong

After meeting in their late teens, Shirley and Don Auburn celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on February 3. Mrs and Mr Auburn, who now live at Tarragal Glen Retirement Village,…




Central Coast Weekly 5@5

Coming up in this week’s edition: Local Beaches ‘over loved’ on Australia Day, rate increase protests planned, suspended councillor Greg Best opens up on the council crisis, the Frank Baxter…



CCN Daily

Wednesday’s ‘must know’ daily news from across the Central Coast. Straight from the CCN Newsroom. Read by Charlea Tonnet.



EPA defends its recent track record

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has hit back at claims by member for Gosford, Liesl Tesch, that it has let down the Central Coast with a drastic reduction in…


Consultation underway on a rate rise

Central Coast Council has commenced a formal community consultation for their proposed rate rise of between 10-15% to cover the repayment of restricted funds accessed over the last several years….