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Reid vows to investigate HoTS funding

New Member for Robertson, Gordon Reid, has vowed to investigate continued funding for the Coast’s mobile service Health on the Streets (HoTS). The commitment comes after Parliamentary Secretary for the…




NSW Government commits $500mn to fast rail

A new $500 million commitment in the 2022-23 NSW Budget will bring faster rail a step closer, along with quicker and more reliable connections between Sydney, the Central Coast and…


Over $400,000 for infrastructure projects

The Central Coast is set to benefit from over $400,000 in funding to support several infrastructure projects under the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants program. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast,…



The Weekly News 5@5

CNN’s Weekly News 5@5, June 10, 2022. The week’s lead stories from across the Central Coast: Council’s pothole battleThe PEP11 oil and gas permit cancellation to be challengedA new artificial…



Tony’s the volunteer of the year

Norah Head Lighthouse Reserve worker Tony Ward has taken out the major award at Volunteering Central Coast’s (VCC) annual awards day. The awards, established in 2018, recognise individuals who devote…


Council slowly winning war on potholes

Central Coast Council is facing a massive job in trying to repair thousands of potholes around the region following the huge rain event in February, but Director Infrastructure Services, Boris…






MP meets with new top cop

Member for The Entrance, David Mehan, recently met with new Commander of Tuggerah Lakes Police District, Superintendent Chad Gillies, to relay concerns and issues affecting the community. Supt Gillies recently…




Applications open for community grants

Central Coast Council’s 2022-23 Community Grants Program is now open, with $900,000 in annual funding available to support local community groups and organisations to deliver worthwhile projects, programs and events…