Davistown


Richard Love, Medal of the Order of Australia

A problem with alcohol in the 1960s and a subsequent 50+ years of involvement with self-help groups dealing with addiction has given Richard Love of Davistown an “immense spiritual gift”,…


Hopes arise for a deal on Davistown Wetlands

Davistown Progress Association has welcomed an announcement by Central Coast Council Administrator, Dick Persson, that there is still hope for a positive outcome on the purchase of the Davistown Wetlands….


Paddles to the fore

Avid paddlers have the chance to race out on the open Brisbane Water on April 17, part of race four of the 2021 Paddle NSW Marathon Series. The race, starting…


Portaloos at the ready

Portaloos made a reappearance at Davistown following torrential rain from March 18-23 as the area’s drainage and sewerage systems once again failed to cope. The emergency measure was a repeat…


Davistown’s missing link to be completed

Ten months after Coast News published Davistown Progress Association’s impassioned plea for completion of a shared pathway/cycleway at Davistown, Central Coast Council is to complete a 320m section of the…




Bowls bonanza

LAWN BOWLS – The 2021 Central Coast Fours Bowls Championships were played in one big day of bowls at Ettalong Memorial Bowls Club on Sunday, 7 February, with the three…






Wharf upgrade completed

Boaters and local ferry operators now have safer and easier access to Brisbane Water with upgrades now completed at Central Wharf and Eulalia Wharf at Davistown, and Kendall Road Wharf…


SES sandbagging limits damage from tidal surge

Davistown and surrounding areas are littered with debris following severe storms and high tides earlier this week, with an SES sand bag operation averting even more severe flooding. Gale warnings…


Defibrillator to be installed

A life saving defibrillator will be installed at Davistown Progress Hall, thanks to a $3,600 State government grant. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch,…


The Week’s Local News 5@5 in AV format

Central Coast weekly video news. The ‘must know’ stories from around the region: Storm and flood damage wash up. Dredging monies secured. Calls for Mayor to resign. Mobile tower disagreement….



5@5 – The Week’s Lead News

[20 September 2019] The week’s lead stories in a tight 10 minute format: 1- Climate march. 2- Mayoral Elections. 3- Mariners make FFA Cup Quarterfinal 4. Wyong Hospital Redevelopment 5….