NSW Government

Gosford TAFE gets a lift

Gosford TAFE is set to receive $175,499 as part of a $13.5M NSW Government investment in replacing lifts at TAFE campuses around the state. Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education,…




Restrictions tighten

As the Central Coast prepares to enter its fourth week of lockdown, tighter restrictions imposed from July 19 have added to fears the lockdown could be extended beyond July 30….


Chambers unite to fight Coast lockdown

The Peninsula Business Chamber is calling for the NSW Government to take the Central Coast out of the Greater Sydney COVID-19 lockdown but local MPs are not supportive. “We are…







Council fleet goes electric

Central Coast Council is delivering essential services with a growing fleet of battery and hybrid electric vehicles, replacing full fossil-fuelled vehicles as they reach their end of service life. The…






Mixed reactions to State Budget

The State Budget, handed down on June 22, has met a mixed reception on the Central Coast. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch, said the Budget would help…



Nurses strike

Hundreds of nurses and midwives walked off the job at Wyong Hospital and Long Jetty Continuing Care centre in Toukley on Wednesday, June 16, over the need for safe staffing…


16 sportsgrounds to be upgraded

Upgrades to 16 sporting grounds on the Central Coast will be fully funded by the NSW Government, helping to improve facilities and boost participation. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast…