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The Weekly news 5@5

October 15, 2021: this is CCN’s weekly news 5@5, this week’s top stories reflect the start of opening up after months of lockdown. This week’s stories Many Central Coast businesses…





Golfers still enjoying the green

GOLF – Whilst COVID has shut down most sports for the season, avid golfers still have a chance to tee up on the green as many Central Coast golf courses…


Peninsula gets frisky in lockdown

For those stuck at home during lockdown, or business owners that have seen their incomes disappear, it’s easy to get a little pent-up. But one industry that’s doing very well…


Freedom coming

Premier Gladys Berejiklian stopped short of calling it Freedom Day but after 16 weeks of stay-at-home orders on the Central Coast that’s exactly what it will be on October 11…





Team building for Black Dog

Black Dog Institute is asking people to unite in a time of lockdown and separation to put One Foot Forward by walking 20, 40, 60 or 100km during October to…





Lighting campfires a ‘selfish act’

Emergency services attended a blaze at Killcare on Saturday night following reports of several illegal campfires constructed on a popular walking trail. Firies from the Killcare, Empire Bay and Copacabana…


Struggling to stay afloat

Some local businesses are still struggling to stay afloat even though the NSW Government has extended financial support for those affected by lockdown restriction The government announced an additional $3.9…





Lockdown takes its toll on dental health

Central Coast residents are being urged to protect their oral health during the extended lockdown, with new figures revealing thousands of local patients are waiting for affordable dental care and…