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A wave park on the Coast similar to Wet n Wild in Western Sydney seems far away. Featured

No space for proposed wave park
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
CENTRAL Coast Council has thousands of hectares of community land available, but it can’t find one single location for private developers to construct a Wave Park and Adventure Precinct.

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PAW AND ORDER AT GOSFORD COURT Featured
Labradors add some pet therapy
A THERAPY dog program that eases stress for Gosford Court users will be extended for a further 12 months, Attorney General Mark Speakman and Liberal Member of the NSW Upper House for the Central Coast Taylor Martin MLC announced.

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DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
LASERCRAFT is one of those organizations doing great work in linking Central Coast businesses looking for talented employees who happen to be living with a disability.

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Members of the new club. Featured
Less formalities and more fun
A NEW Rotary club has been formed on the Central Coast with the philosophy of “come when you can, do what you can”.

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ARCHIBALD HEADED FOR GOSFORD Featured
Return of the Gosford Art Prize
THE 2019 Archibald Prize exhibition is headed for Gosford Regional Gallery as part of its winter/spring program.

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MICRO THE WAY TO GO Featured

Finding that spark of authencity
EMMA MCBRIDE

I HAVE completed judging the 2019 Wyong Regional Chamber of Commerce (WRoC) Business Awards and realised this is my 10th year of involvement with the Chamber.

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Gosford Race track. Featured

Biggest event in 100 year history
DALLAS SHERINGHAM
ALL eyes will be on Gosford when it hosts the city’s first standalone Saturday meeting in May 2020, featuring the running of the famous Gold Cup.

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EVOLUTION THE KEY TO TECH CHALLENGES Featured
Darwin was right, says property CEO
DOUGLAS Driscoll, CEO of real estate group Starr Partners, says the real estate sector has reached its technology intersection.

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CENTRAL Coast Council has allocated $105,061 in funding to five projects through its second round of Community Development Grant Program for 2018/19.
Mayor Jane Smith said the funding will be used to enhance residents’ quality of life.

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Filthy water at the Six Ways pipes, photographed by Anthony Horwood. Featured

Sewage seeps into Terrigal Beach
CONTROVERSY continues to rage over water quality at Terrigal Beach, with the Terrigal Haven Supporters group insisting that sewage regularly seeps into the ocean through the Seven Drains outlet at the southern end of the beach and Central Coast Council maintaining that there is no sewage leakage problem.

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