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Wharf upgrade completed

Boaters and local ferry operators now have safer and easier access to Brisbane Water with upgrades now completed at Central Wharf and Eulalia Wharf at Davistown, and Kendall Road Wharf…


Council bins are overflowing

With its draft Waste Resource Management Strategy available for final public review until June 21, Central Coast Council has come under fire for not effectively managing the collection of rubbish…


Weekly News 5@5

Central Coast News: Wild weather and high tides cause flooding along the Coast Five 40-foot shipping containers wash ashore – Nurses and teachers protest 12 month wage freeze – The…


Restrictions eased further on the Coast

Life could be back to normal sooner than we think on the Central Coast, with the NSW Government announcing sweeping changes to lockdown restrictions. What started as a return to…



Wild dog cull curbs livestock losses

A major operation by Greater Sydney Local Land Services (GSLLS) has culled large numbers of wild dogs in the Kulnura area, following increased reports of attacks on livestock in recent…


Street flags and artwork to mark Sorry Day

Central Coast Council has urged residents to pause, reflect and celebrate the region’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture during National Reconciliation Week, which continues until June 3. In acknowledging…


SES sandbagging limits damage from tidal surge

Davistown and surrounding areas are littered with debris following severe storms and high tides earlier this week, with an SES sand bag operation averting even more severe flooding. Gale warnings…



The driftwood is getting bigger

We’re used to finding driftwood on Central Coast beaches, but early risers at Birdie Beach on Wednesday (May 27) were surprised to find five 40-foot shipping container washed up on…


M1 upgrade at Kariong opens

[Kariong] The second of three major upgrades to the M1 designed to improve journeys on one of Australia’s busiest roads is now complete, with the Kariong to Somersby upgrade opened…