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DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast is playing a key role in helping small businesses impacted by the Bushfire disaster.

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Busy Beans Cafe. Featured

Shot of goodness with your coffee
A NEW café in Gosford is offering an extra shot of community goodness to its coffee by providing people living with a disability the opportunity to build the skills and capacity to become quality baristas.

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WHAT BUSINESS WOMEN WANT IN 2020 Featured

Study reveals key success priorities
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM

WOMEN have their own set of working priorities in 2020 and they could be the key to prosperity for businesses willing to accept them and build upon them.

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FOOD DROPS FOR ENDANGERED WILDLIFE Featured

Carrots, sweet potatos for rock wallabies
THOUSANDS of kilograms of carrots and sweet potato are being delivered to endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies in fire affected areas as the NSW Government steps in to help.

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PREMIER DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY Featured
Worst bush fires in living memory
THE NSW Government has declared a third State of Emergency ahead of worsening fire conditions predicted for Saturday.

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BANK RULES YOU CAN COUNT ON Featured

More protection for customers
BANKING has just become a whole lot easier for Coast business people thanks to a new Code of Practice rule book.

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80 John Whiteway Drive. Featured

Design even better than real life
DALLS SHERRINGHAM

IT may have taken two high-profile Australian businessmen pledging to bring Gosford into the 21st century, but for Richard Faulkner of Gittoes, the potential has always been there.

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Matt Kelly receioves his NSW Business Chamber award. Featured
Force that drives Heathe Care Australia
MICHAEL WALLS
SUCCESSFUL leadership adapts to changing business conditions.

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THE Central Coast business community has welcomed the Premier's decision to reintroduce the role of Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast.

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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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