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Scene from Chromefest 2018. Featured

Coast steps back in time
CENTRAL Coast businesses are getting set for an influx of more than 50,000 locals and visitors when the region takes its annual step back in time to the glory days of the ‘50s and ‘60s, with the three-day Chromefest event at The Entrance on October 25-27.

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KEY2 Realty is set to revolutionise the rental market on the Central Coast. Founded earlier this year, the new start-up’s mission is to donate profits to the registered charity, Pacific Link Housing.

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ABOUT 250 business leaders shone bright at the 2019 Central Coast Regional Business Awards Friday, November 11.

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Dean Epps, Don Mitchell, Steven Blake and Simone Edge of Life Health Foods. Featured

Next-gen strategy wins for Life
LIFE Health Foods Australia is the big winner at the 2019 Central Coast Regional Business Awards, taking out the Excellence in Innovation category and being named Business of the Year.

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THE latest Business Conditions Survey conducted by the state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, supports the need for additional stimulus to bolster economic activity, particularly in drought affected areas of NSW.

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A CARPENTRY apprentice who displays great leadership qualities and a trainee with a passion for sports education have taken out top honours at the 2019 NSW Training Awards held at the Sydney Town Hall.

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New Mayor Lisa Matthews, right, with Deputy Mayor Jane Smith. Featured

New Mayor vows community focus
NEWLY elected Central Coast Mayor Lisa Matthews has vowed to ramp up community consultation and agitate for more State and Federal funding to help realise Council’s plans going into the future.

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2019 Finalists Edition

2019 Winners Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Advisory Board member Rod Dever, Featured

Members to drive business growth
NSW Business Chamber Central Coast has elected their new Advisory Council.

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Artist impression of thre Terrigal Boardwalk. Featured
Residents and business welcome boardwalk
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
TERRIGAL is about to boom following Central Coast Council’s ground breaking decision to go ahead with the $6M boardwalk project.

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Central Coast Business Access (CCBA) covers the business and community issues of the NSW Central Coast region. CCBA is a prime media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities.