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Government pulling every economic lever

Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch, has responded to demands from the State Opposition for a comprehensive plan to deliver jobs once the Jobkeeper payment expires in September,…


Wetlands-Pioneer Dairy is a twitchers’ paradise

Central Coast Wetlands-Pioneer Dairy is the premium birdwatching place on the Coast, says spokesperson for Central Coast Birding Group, Allen Benson. It’s hard to believe though, that the twitchers’ paradise…




Free Wi-Fi at train stations

Free Wi-Fi is now available at all 19 stations on the rail journey from Wyong to Hornsby. Federal Member for Robertson, Lucy Wicks, said the 68km rail corridor was a…


COSS to be added to biodiversity policy

A biodiversity policy that has the potential to boost tourism and help save endangered ecological communities such as Porters Creek Wetlands at Warnervale, the single largest wetland in the region,…



Community events granted $42,000

Community events including festivals on the Peninsula have been allocated about $42,000 in the latest round of Central Coast Council’s grants program. Other grants brought the total for the Peninsula…











O Councillor, where art thou?

Central Coast councillors will now be allowed to attend Council briefings which aren’t confidential remotely following a decision at the Council meeting on June 22. Deputy Mayor Jane Smith argued…