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The Weekly News 5@5

Coast Community News 5@5 May 21. Coming up this week: IPART approves rate rise, the coast is on track to get a new private hospital, students call out the government and march for climate change, new federal budget promises to upskill Coasties, and a film on sexual liberation.




15 percent rate rise approved by IPART

Community groups have expressed their disappointment, but also resignation, at the increased council rates which the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) announced this week. Central Coast Council residents will…








Weekly Video News 5@5

[February 19, 2021] Coming up this week: Facebook bans news, Gary Murphy strikes back, Bruce McLachlan speaks out, IPART explains proposed rate rise, Airport Restrictions lifted, a new Australian track…




Ratepayers respond to rate rise options

Ratepayers and residents are speaking up with their ideas on how Central Coast Council should manage its financial debt. Council invited people to take a survey on Council’s suggestions of…


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….




Rises in Opal fares expected

Central Coast residents are encouraged to have their say on projected rises in Opal fares, to take effect mid year. The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is seeking community…


Proposed water charges public hearing

Residents wishing to have input into the NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) review of prices to be charged for water, sewerage and related services, have been invited to…