Gosford Council

Bodene wins Youth Mental Health Award

Henry Kendall High School year eight student, Ms Bodene Gilham has won the NSW Youth Frontiers Mentoring Award in the category of Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing. Bodene was presented…


New library concept plan unveiled

Gosford Council has unveiled its latest concept plan for a brand new, eight-level public library building in Gosford’s city centre Councillors voted in 2015 to move ahead with plans to…


Persian film and food tasting night

Each month a different cultural group of the Central Coast hosts a free film screening, food tasting, with various entertainment, talks and insights into their culture. Film Global, a partnership…


Deaf ears in Council on land sales

Gosford councillors have voted against a motion that would have saved five parcels of community land from potential reclassification and sale. The motion was moved by Cr Vicki Scott and…


Merger procedure is democracy in reverse

Eight residents registered to speak at the public hearing into the proposal to merge Gosford Council with Wyong Council. Only one public hearing was held in Gosford, on Wednesday, February…





Council seeks changes to JRPP arrangements

Gosford Council voted to prepare a submission to the NSW Department of Planning supporting reforms to the Pre-Gateway Review Process, which is a process for reviewing planning proposals that a…





Sick of broken promises

I have lived in Gosford for 35 years. We had a Grace Bros, a cinema and many other specialty stores and Gosford was a great place to live. Now we’ve…


Iconic art work unveiled

Gosford Council’s chief executive officer, Mr Paul Anderson, unveiled a $30,000 iconic art work at the Gosford Regional Gallery on December 10. Created by Green Point artist, Mr Graham Austin,…







$4.03 credit per rates assessment being processed

Gosford Council has resolved to provide the city’s ratepayers with a credit for the carbon component of its domestic waste charge collected during 2014/2015. In 2014/2015, almost $270,000 was collected…