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Professor Elina Hypponen. Featured
But that won't stop the morning buzz
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
COFFEE has joined the long list of life’s pleasures that are bad for us in excess, but that won’t stop business people from enjoying the pleasures of a welcoming takeaway on the way to work.

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TOILET PAPER STAMPEDE: Empty shelves where toilet paper was. Featured
How businesses are being affected
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast has so far avoided the Coronavirus outbreak, but it is already influencing business.

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Foods can be used in many ways to reduce waste. Featured

Campaign targets food waste
COMMUNITIES across Sydney and the Central Coast will take part in a $1M program to reduce food waste in homes and businesses.

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BENEFITS OF SNACKING ON THE JOB Featured

Food types under scrutiny
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
WE’VE all been there. Burning the midnight oil and the company vending machine keeps calling your name.

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The new Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital. Featured
05 September 2019

TUGGEREAH LAKES NOW OPEN

1,000 patients already treated
THE Coast’s newest hospital, Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital, has officially opened in Kanwal directly opposite Wyong Public Hospital.

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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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Mangrove Creek Dam. Featured

Residents urged to use wisely
CENTRAL Coast residents are being urged to use water wisely, with capacity at Mangrove Creek needing to fall less than five per cent more before water restrictions come into force.

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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.