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Site of the proposed university. Featured
University planned for derelict site
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
UPTOWN Mann St in Gosford is about to change dramatically with the announcement of a University Campus to be built on a derelict site.

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Gosford waterfront. Featured
Six months of anger leads to public enquiry
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Public Inquiry into indefinitely suspended Central Coast Council has been announced, but it may take a year before we find out what at exactly went wrong at the embattled organization.

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BUSINESS NSW is calling on Central Coast Council to develop a Road map for Recovery to restore low confidence recorded by local business.

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Unloading an alligator. Featured
All in a day’s work at the Reptile Park
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
UNLOADING a shipment of agitated alligators is all in a day’s work for the staff at the Australia Reptile Park in Somersby.

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Local MP Adam Crouch and Premier Gladys Berriklian lead locals along the new boardwalk. Featured
Popuar attraction for locals and visitors
DALLAS SHERRINGAHM
NSW Premier Gladys Berijiklian officially opened the new Terrigal Boardwalk recently  before leading hundreds of excited locals on the first walk to The Haven.

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ADMINISTRATOR Dick Persson sent shock waves through the Central Coast on Thursday when he recommended Council be sacked altogether.

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INTERIM ADMINISTRATOR’S DAMNING FINAL REPORT ON COUNCIL'S FINANCIAL FIASCO Featured
Suspended councillors "must not come back"
THE NSW Government has received the Central Coast Council interim administrator’s final report and will now carefully examine its findings and recommendations.

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Drone view of the Beachcomber. Featured
New owners keen for touch of "cool"
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM

TOUKLEY'S legendary Beachcomber Hotel will be transformed into a ‘cool’ quality resort destination by its new owners who paid $20M for the unique property.

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THE Sports Hub has launched providing a new comprehensive online directory which showcases the Central Coast’s variety of sport and active recreation opportunities and makes it easy for the community to find something that suits their needs, abilities and interests.

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DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast’s iconic Avoca Cinema will benefit from a timely Federal Government plan to commit $20M to assist independent cinema operators.

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