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THE stunning Regional Sporting and Recreation Complex at Tuggerah is being praised by civic leaders and was designed by leading Central Coast-based architect firm, CKDS.

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Coast lifestyle is a big attraction. Featured
Coast attracts younger home buyers
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast is enjoying a new rush of younger real estate buyers fleeing the city in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COAST URGED TO GO HIGH-TECH Featured
Realising our Silicon Valley POTENTIAL
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast has been urged to use the latest $400M Jobs and Infrastructure Acceleration Fund release to turn the region into a major hub for hi-tech industries.

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EARLY to bed, early to rise…while the old saying promises health, wealth and wisdom, new research confirms part of the adage holds true, as a world first study shows that people who go to bed early are more likely to be in better health and more physically active compared tonight owls. Conducted by the University of Leicester and the University of South Australia, the study assessed the bedtime preferences (sleep chronotypes) of people with Type 2 diabetes, identifying a connection between bedtimes and healthy, active lifestyles.

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FOR the first time in NSW history adopted people will have the option to have both their birth and adopted families included on a birth certificate. Attorney General Mark Speakman said this is a significant milestone for adopted people in NSW, as yesterday the Parliament passed legislation enabling a person’s history before and after adoption to be recorded on an integrated birth certificate (IBC). Connections between birth and adopted families are encouraged under modern practices so that children are able to better understand their background and heritage. For information on adoption visit www.facs.nsw.gov.au/families/adoption
 

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THE NSW Government will provide additional school counselling staff in public schools over the next three years. Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said NSW public schools will have a strong pipeline of trained and qualified school counsellors and school psychologists to draw on over the next few years. "Through the NSW Government's sponsorship and scholarship programs, we will be training up to 328 people to join the school counselling workforce between 2020 and 2023," Ms Mitchell said.

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A futuristic Gosford. Featured
Coast construction POWERS ON
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
WE may officially be in a recession, but the booming construction industry is expected to keep the southern half of the Central Coast powering along for years into the foreseeable future.

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Popular with tourists: Avoca Beach. Featured
10 October 2020

COAST TOURISM REBOUNDS

Growth of new Coast business start-ups
By Access Travel Editor DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast’s biggest business is Tourism and it is showing remarkable resilience during the most challenging period in recent history.

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Central Coast Mariners Chief Executive Officer, Shaun Mielekamp. Featured
Crisis meeting develops lifeline 
CENTRAL Coast Council confirmed its support for the Central Coast Mariners at a crisis meeting held this week.

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WARMING UP FOR HOLIDAYS Featured
27 September 2020

WARMING UP FOR HOLIDAYS

The COVID-safe summer plan kicks off
THE NSW Government has released its COVID Safe Summer Plan to minimise the spread of COVID-19 during summer.

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