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Clean-up continues

Fridges, pontoons, furniture, pumpkins and even a cow are some of the strange things to have washed up on Central Coast beaches following huge storms which savaged the region from…


Terrigal Boardwalk opens April 14

Love it or hate it, the controversial Terrigal Boardwalk will be officially opened for public use on April 14. Some eager residents jumped the gun, posting pictures on social media…



Plenty on offer during school holidays

There’s a jam-packed program of online and face-to-face activities and events throughout the April school holidays giving families plenty of ways to keep young minds entertained and bodies active. Take…


Seniors’ Festival returns during April

With more than a quarter of the region’s population aged over 60, the spotlight will shine on them when the Seniors’ Festival returns with a wide range of activities during…


Flooding clean-up is well underway

Over the past week, communities around the foreshore of Tuggerah Lakes and in the valleys, banded together to start the massive mopping up after the flooding caused by more than…



Local government reform needed

Forum – Can Mr Crouch please advise at least one legal reform his “Government can make to prevent local government gross mismanagement re-occurring? I’m tired of bleating and finger pointing…


Updated title for Council CFO

Central Coast Council no longer has a Chief Financial Officer. Instead, it has a Director of Corporate Affairs – Natalia Cowley. It was only in October last year that Council…


The real regional capital … Tuggerah

Forum – Mark Ellis’s contention that Council meetings should be held in Ourimbah, rather than in Gosford or Wyong (CCN 283) is right in principle but wrong in detail. He…



The Weekly News 5@5

This is Coast Community News 5@5 March 12, 2021. Topics this week: Central Coast Council Administrator Strikes – Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch Strikes Back – and the Administrator Returns…





Administrator lets fly

State Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, has come under fire from Central Coast Administrator, Dick Persson, during a speech that also targeted former Mayor Jane Smith and sacked CEO Gary…




Copa Men’s Shed plans on hold

Plans to build a Men’s Shed at Copacabana in January were dealt a blow when Central Coast Council refused to allow any construction to begin until the project is fully…


Council coverage appreciated

Forum – Thank you so much for the balanced editorials and reporting of this Council mess. Now the former CEO has joined the circus, blaming anyone who stands still. (Chronicle…