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The Kibbleplex site is set for demolition and will cost the Gosford CBD 600 parking spaces. Featured

Plans for five-tower CBD development
TERRY COLLINS
THE Gosford CBD stands to lose 600 car parking spaces when the Lederer Group proceeds with its plans to demolish the old Kibbleplex site in Henry Parry Dr.

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NEW SUVEY REVEALS WORKER FEARS Featured

Concern over robot worker invasion
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
IF you are worried about a robot making your job redundant in the next few years, you are not alone.

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New technology detects illegal mobile use. Featured

Derivers urged to think twice
C
OASTIES - don’t use your mobile phone while driving – that’s the very clear message from the State Government, with new detection cameras in place which could see you cop a $344 fine and a five-demerit point penalty.

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Artist impression of the Cliff Top Walk at Winney Bay. Featured
Council relinquishes $4.6M in Govt funding
THE fallout continues from Central Coast Council’s decision to relinquish $4.6M in State Government funding and push on with the exploration of further options for a proposed Cliff Top Walk at Winney Bay.

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DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
CENTRAL Coast workers of the future workers won’t be driving all the way to their jobs.

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SMEs: BUSINESS'S FORGOTTON PEOPLE Featured
There's nothing small about this group
JONATHAN ATTIA and JOHN MUNNELLY
IN the business community, we hear about start-ups disrupting entire industries and large corporates making high-stakes plays.

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11-time surf world champion Kelly Slater. Featured

Moves underway to source land
TERRY COLLINS
THE idea of a wave park for the Central Coast isn’t dead in the water yet.

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This a photo of the tower at Mangrove Creek Dam was taken at the peak of the drought in May 2007. Central Coast Council wants to prevent a similar water shortage in the region. Featured

Councillor calls for urgent action
TERRY COLLINS

THE Coast has been put on a water-saving alert as Central Coast Council pulls out all the stops to prevent what one councillor has described as an impending “water crisis emergency” in the region.

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Deputy Mayor, Jane Smith, left with new Mayor Lisa Matthews. Featured
War of words crippling progress
TERRY COLLINS

CENTRAL COAST Council and the State Government are involved in a war of words and NSW Business Chamber Central Coast Regional Director Paula Martin says business and growth prospects for the region are suffering.

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IT'S MUSIC TO OUR EARS Featured
12 November 2019

IT'S MUSIC TO OUR EARS

Conservatorium facelift an inspiration
CENTRAL Coast Conservatorium is to have a major facelift, thanks to the recent delivery of $2M in funding from the State Government.

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