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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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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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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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An artist’s impression of how the new club will look. Featured
Full steam ahead for new look club
IT’S full steam ahead for the $32M Gosford RSL Club redevelopment, following approval of the project by the Joint Regional Planning Panel in September.

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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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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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