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: Premier Gladys Berejiklian gets a rundown of the advanced technology in the new clinical tower at Gosford Hospital. Featured

New tower for Gosford Hospital
THE $348M redevelopment of Gosford Hospital took another giant leap forward recently with the official opening of an 11-storey clinical tower.

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Emma McBride and Senator Doug Cameron. Featured

We will waive upfront fees
EMMA MCBRIDE
LAST week Labor’s Shadow Minister for Skills, TAFE and Apprenticeships, Senator Doug Cameron, joined me on the Central Coast to talk about Labor’s plan to rebuild TAFE.

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OPPORTUNITIES REMAIN FOR MOST Featured

Larger businesses affected most
BUDGET ANALYSIS by PAUL VAN BERGEN
THERE were important Budget changes to the R&D tax incentive, with rates being trimmed but opportunities remain for most businesses on the Central Coast.

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Lucy with Chris and Ryan. Featured

BUDGET 2018: Benefits for business
LUCY WICKS
THE 2018 Budget is our plan for delivering a stronger economy for Australians, to create more jobs and guarantee the essential services that we rely on.

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Terrigal Boardwalk will connect The Haven to the town centre. Featured

Easier life for beachgoers
PRELIMINARY work on Terrigal’s much discussed and long awaited boardwalk is underway.

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian with local Woman of the Year Tanya Deger. Featured
Tanya's outstanding contribution to Coast
ADAM CROUCH
THERE are so many inspiring women and men in our community who are working to make the Central Coast an even better place to live, work and raise a family.

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COAST PROGRESS ON TRACK Featured
16 December 2017

COAST PROGRESS ON TRACK

Minister praises success of The Plan
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
STATE Planning Minister Anthony Roberts has given the Central Coast a big tick in the first annual monitoring report on the Regional Plan 2036.

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