Remembrance Day

Copa’s colourful Remembrance Day

At 11am on November 11, the Copacabana community paused for a minute’s silence to mark 76 years since the guns fell silent at the end of WW11 and 103 years…


The Weekly News 5@5

CCN’s weekly video news 5@5, November 12, 2021. The weekly wrap of the region’s most prominent stories, direct from the newsroom of Central Coast Newspapers in Gosford. This week’s headlines…



Coast will pause to remember

At 11am tomorrow, November 11, people all around the nation will pause for a minute’s silence in remembrance of the lives lost in all wars and conflicts. Remembrance Day was…




Pausing to remember

Services will be held throughout the northern areas of the Central Coast to honour the lives of our servicemen and women next Thursday, November 11, as the region commemorates Remembrance…


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…



Exemption for Remembrance Day

Groups of up to 100 people will be able to gather for Remembrance Day services on the Central Coast, thanks to a one-off exemption from COVID-19 restrictions. The one-off exemption…


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…



Not too late to move Oyster Festival

[Forum] Our association, the National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association of Australia, fully supports the Vietnam Veterans and Mr Bill Jackson from Ettalong Beach Diggers in their opposition to holding…