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From left: Gary Murphy, Chief Executive Officer Central Coast Council, Paula Martin, Regional Director NSW Business Chamber Central Coast, Mayor Jane Smith, Robyn Hobbs OAM NSW Small Business Commissioner, Rod Dever President Gosford-Erina and Coastal Chamber of Commerce and Jamie Barclay Unit Manager Economic Development and Project Delivery Central Coast Council. Featured

Council hosts innovation forums

IN an excellent innovation for small business in our region, Central Coast Mayor Jane Smith has hosted two forums designed to make it easy for owners to start their own enterprise.


Bill Moss. Featured

By Mike Walls

SUPERANNUATION is expected to receive a lot of attention in the upcoming Feberal election. What should the people of Greater Western Sydney be asking their politicians in regards to new changes to superannuation?


 By Ben Donald

AT the start of each year since leaving university, I have made a habit of sitting down over a week or two and setting, rewording and reviewing goals for the next few weeks, months or years.


Paul Cahill. Featured

NEW research commissioned by Club Plus Super, an industry super fund with over one hundred thousand members across Australia, shows that an increasing number of Australians are becoming aware of the amount of super they need to comfortably retire but most are still failing to act on that realisation.


21 December 2012

Who'll get your super?

By David Fullerton

FOR most people superannuation is an extremely attractive investment strategy. For some, their super may even be their largest asset.



By Kate Hill

Partner Deloitte Private

JUST how financially well equipped, or money savvy, are your children? And how money savvy should they be in today’s world?


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.