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You are watching Coast Community News 5@5 October 16, 2020: Council and State Government lock horns on council’s finance crisis. PEP11 Gas industry challenged in Parliament. New trains arrive at…




News Week 5@5

Central Coast Weekly News 5@5: Scaffolding collapse in Gosford CBD, New Wharf being constructed at Woy Woy, Industrial Pollution in Kincumber creek, New Rail Maintenance Yard opens at Kangy Angy,…



Is our stadium cursed?

After a strong resumption to the 2020 NRL season in May, the Terrigal-based NZ Warriors have suffered a series of defeats, including a thrashing by the Sharks at Central Coast Stadium last Sunday, that leave them teetering near the bottom of the ladder.



Seven local sporting clubs receive grants

Seven sporting clubs across the Wyong electorate have benefited from a share in $42,070 as part of the NSW Government’s Local Sport Grant Program. The $4.6M program was designed to…




Sports report Around the Grounds

The Weekend’s sports report ‘Around the Grounds’ covers: Country Women’s Rugy 7s, Canoe Sprints, Central Coast Mariners, local cricket and sports cancelations due to rain and COVID-19. Country Womens Rugby…



Weekend sport Around the Grounds

The weekend’s local sports results from across the Central Coast. Basketball, High Jump, Kayaking, Cricket, Mariners & the Roosters. Crusaders That’s a short clip from last year’s final of the…



5@5 News weekly Nov 1

The ‘must know’ Central Coast stories this week; M1 super smash, Wonderful Woy Woy Wharf upgrade, Local Coal Mine Rally, Ex-Minister Gallacher not guilty, Terrigal Beach report, plus sport and…






Mariners receive many accolades

Following their success in Round 8 of the 2017-18 A-League, Central Coast Mariners are hoping for a big and loud home crowd when they play Perth Glory at Central Coast…