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Forbidden

Four students and one graduate from the NAISDA Dance college at Kariong featured in NT Dance Company’s production Forbidden at the Darwin Entertainment Centre on September 3 and 4. Students…



Climate a big issue for Robertson electors

Climate change policy will be one of the biggest issues influencing Peninsula voters at the next Federal Election. A new national poll shows two thirds of Central Coast residents see…



Fast forward to normal

Some of the Peninsula’s best known and loved business personalities have made a video together encouraging locals to get vaccinated so the community can get back to doing everything it…




More vaccine is coming says Wicks

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is to be bolstered on the Central Coast with additional vaccines headed to the region and 40 more GPs coming on board with Pfizer in September….





Concept plan released for iconic lookout upgrade

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is planning to revitalise Bateau Bay’s tired looking Crackneck Lookout precinct in Wyrrabalong National Park with smart new design features and improved facilities….


Latest exposure sites

Health authorities are urging anyone who has been to new exposure sites announced in the past week to get tested immediately and self-isolate until receiving a negative test result. These…


Residents in 29 suburbs urged to get tested

There is mounting evidence of community transmission of COVID-19 in and surrounding the Lake Munmorah, Charmhaven, Bateau Bay and Toukley communities and people who live or work there are urged…



Erina Animal Care Facility evicted

Central Coast Council’s Erina pound is set to close early next year, with Central Coast Animal Care Facility given five weeks to relocate as Council prepares to consolidate its animal…