Gosford

Facts reveal a very different story

Forum – Kel Wynn claims that former Wyong Council residents are paying higher rates than former Gosford Council residents. (Chronicle p13 Nov 15 “De-amalgamation referendum called for”) It would be…





New Year’s Eve celebrations cancelled

Central Coast Council has confirmed that its New Year’s Eve celebrations at The Entrance and Gosford have been cancelled. A spokesperson for council said that difficulties associated with hosting large…


Dispose of expired flares

Central Coast boaters will again be able to dispose of their expired flares safely and easily with collections to be held on November 27. “Expired flares are classified as Class…


Welcome to the Lyons Den

Gosford’s newest bar, LYONS DEN, is set to be serving up African style food in the jungle-themed venue by the beginning of December. Co-owners and brother and sister duo, Jared…



Weekly Video News 5@5

The week’s lead Central Coast stories: Council administrator set to sell assets and borrows $50 million from undisclosed lender. Contentious Darkinjung development at Kariong questioned. Social housing project in Gosford…


Poppy display marks War Memorial centenary

A new installation around the Celtic Cross War Memorial in the grounds of Gosford Anglican Church celebrates the centenary of the memorial’s installation as the Coast prepares to celebrate Remembrance…


Maths Words not Squiggles

The Maths and English Tutoring business for Kindergarten to HSC Students, Maths Words not Squiggles (MWNS), has opened a centre in Gosford.






Enter the Fibre Zone

Businesses across the Central Coast are now able to request high-speed fibre broadband with NBN Co rolling out a new Business Fibre Initiative, as part of a $700M package to…





Wednesday Bicycle ride

The Central Coast Bicycle User Group plans to hold a Gosford-Woy Woy “coffee cruise” this Wednesday, October 7. The 25km ride is scheduled to start on the shared path at…