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Central Coast Video News 5@5

Central Coast Video News long weekend edition from June 5, 2020: Tourism on the Central Coast set to rebound – Wage Freeze proposal for nurses defeated in parliament – Leagues…


5@5 Weekly News

You’re watching 5@5, Friday May 22. This week chaos on trains feared, political stouch on TAFE in Gosford, School’s to return full time, Volunteer awards, NZ Warriors, Bees please &…


Weekly video news 5@5 – :

Central Coast 15 May 2020: NZ Warriors come to Coast, Coast Pubs, Clubs and Cafes slowly open, Council’s loss of planning powers, Coast Shelter innovations, bank closures, Mayor speaks, small…


Weekly News 5@5 May 8

This week’s essential news from around the Central Coast in a handy audio / video format. Firefighters awarded, Council development powers trimmed, St Huberts Island bridge, Federal government charities boost,…


Weekly Video News 5@5

Central Coast weekly video news: Man overboard, Woy Woy Leagues Club closes doors, local Covid-19 update, a call for more testing, business facing difficulties, big local racing win and musicians…





5@5 Video News Jan 31, 2020

The must know stories from across the Central Coast in a handy video/audio format. This week; Australia Day Awards, Fatal Accident Forresters Beach, Airport Saga, 5G protests, Order of Australia…


Headline video news 5@5 Jan 24

This week’s top stories from across the Central Coast in a compact Audio – video format; Australia Day news, koala sanctuaries, seismic testing cancelled, surfing win, Mariners loss, pride celebration,…


5@5 Video News Jan 17, 2020

Welcome to our first Friday 5@5 weekly video news for 2020, I’m Georgia Lienemann your presenter. Central Coast mayor Lisa Matthews has set parking, encouraging industry and employment growth as…


5@5 – The Week’s Lead News

[20 September 2019] The week’s lead stories in a tight 10 minute format: 1- Climate march. 2- Mayoral Elections. 3- Mariners make FFA Cup Quarterfinal 4. Wyong Hospital Redevelopment 5….






Coast in housing crisis: Vaughan

We have moved from housing stress to housing crisis on the Central Coast according to Central Coast Council’s Director of Connected Communities , Julie Vaughan. The need for more affordable…