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Mark McCrindle. Featured
05 September 2019

REGION IS THINKING BIG

Innovation Summit reveals challenges
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast has enormous challenges facing it in the next phase of the 21st century, but there is light at the end of the tunnel judging by the recent Thinking Big Innovation Summit.

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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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Andy and Rachel Peters. Featured
Turning a hobby into a business model
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
AS kids, we all dreamt at one time or another of running away and joining the circus.

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Leading producer Bob Fitzgerald. Featured

Our natural assets a film maker's dream
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM

THE Central Coast needs its own Film Commission to promote and coordinate movie making and to become “film friendly” according to leading producer Bob Fitzgerald.

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The new facility under construction. Featured
State-of-the art medical landmark
AFTER more than 18 months of construction, Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital will open its doors in May to patients in the northern sector of the Coast.

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Artist impression of the redeveloped park. Featured
Tourism wins at new Adcock Park 
THE redevelopment of Adcock Park at West Gosford could be a major tourism win for the region, according to Russell Mills of Tourism Central Coast.

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 State Planning Minister Anthony Roberts pointing out features of the new Tuggerah Town Centre project. Right is Taylor Martin, MLC. Featured
Coast’s biggest ever development proposal
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
A FORMER dairy farm next to Westfield Tuggerah will become the biggest ever development on the Central Coast with the announcement of the $2.8B Tuggerah Town Centre project.

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