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Ten new classrooms for Point Clare

Point Clare Public School will receive an upgrade of 10 new classrooms to replace the demountables currently being used at the school. Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli and Member for Gosford Chris Holstein announced the upgrade…


Wyoming water main works

Gosford Council has commenced the renewal of the water main in Turpentine St, Wyoming. From Wednesday, June 11, temporary traffic control measures, including traffic lights and warning signs, were put…


Samuel Grose joins Deloitte

Samuel Grose, a 2011 graduate from St Philip’s Christian College (SPCC), has been accepted into an internship with Deloitte, one of the global Big Four accounting firms. This process started in…




Bambara becoming a dumping ground

Gosford Council have been using the Bambara area at Kariong as a dumping ground. Many of the Council staff I’ve dealt with over the years have been incredibly helpful and…






CIS Rugby League Gala Day held

A group of boys from Years 4 and 5 at Holy Cross Catholic School, Kincumber, participated in the Catholic and Independent Schools (CIS) Rugby League Gala Day held recently. A…


Protest march date set

The next March in Gosford event will be held on Saturday, July 12, from 12pm at Garnet Adcock Park, West Gosford. “In just six months, Tony Abbott has managed upset…



New fire station at Terrigal

Photo: Fire and Rescue NSW Fire and Rescue NSW Commissioner Greg Mullins officially opened the doors of a new $1 million fire station at Terrigal on Wednesday, June 11. Commissioner…



Works to effect traffic

Gosford Council is undertaking night sewer works along Empire Bay Dr, between Humphreys Rd and Mackillop Rd, South Kincumber, from June 24 to 25. The works are being undertaken between…


Singing group for stroke survivors

`The Aphasiacs’, a Central Coast singing group for stroke survivors, is searching for more people to join the group. Kate Maclurcan and John Wilson started the group after John’s wife…