NEWS ARCHIVES

12 March 2021 Call to guarantee no forced redundancies at Council Central Coast State Labor MPs are calling on the NSW Government to guarantee there will be no forced redundancies at Central Coast Council in the wake of the financial crisis. CONTINUE READING...
12 March 2021 Central Coast Council administrator ventures into politics On Tuesday 9 March Council Administrator Dick Persson confirmed that he would continue to impose his limited-range vision for a reconfigured Council, refusing to extend the options for the referendum questions. CONTINUE READING...
12 March 2021 Active lifestyles for the future Planning to support the future active lifestyles of the Central Coast region’s communities has begun. CONTINUE READING...
12 March 2021 Road surface damage causes havoc on M1 A large gap, which formed between two sections of the south bound lane of the M1 on the Deep Creek Bridge, caused extensive traffic delays for frustrated motorists at Wyong. Some motorists were forced to wait more than three hours to get through the bottleneck. CONTINUE READING...
11 March 2021 Jobseeker changes unfair to the unemployed The Grapevine can reveal that changes to the jobseeker programme will create difficulties for people who found themselves unemployed due to COVID-19. CONTINUE READING...
11 March 2021 Government must come clean on its plan for cemeteries Investigations by the Grapevine has revealed that burial space on the Central Coast is running out and that some cemeteries may even close within three year and that by 2033 burial space could almost be non existent. CONTINUE READING...
10 March 2021 Warnervale airport - financial burden for ratepayers Despite claims by Council and those with a vested interest, Warnervale Airport is nothing more than a money pit. In view of Council’s current financial woes, the community’s interest would be better served if Warnervale Airport was closed and the long-planned industrial zone developed on the site. CONTINUE READING...
9 March 2021 Coalitions chaotic koala capitulation The chaotic koala capitulation announced by the Berejiklian Government late yesterday afternoon (8 March) is nothing less than a sham and does nothing to ensure their survival. CONTINUE READING...
8 March 2021 A thoughtful start to international women's day A record fifty local community members celebrated the beginning of International Women’s Day (IWD) on the shores of Ocean Beach this morning. CONTINUE READING...
8 March 2021 Lack of cooperation in vaccine rollout Complaints over the weekend from General Practitioners about the processes and costs associated with the Covid vaccine rollout has exposed a lack of cooperation between NSW and the Commonwealth Governments. CONTINUE READING...
8 March 2021 A personal perspective on domestic violence legislation Member for Gosford, Liesl Tesch MP has opened up about her experience with domestic violence as NSW Parliament debates new regulations following a string of bad statistics for the Central Coast. CONTINUE READING...
8 March 2021 Feedback on water, sewer and stormwater prices Central Coast Council is calling on the community to have their say on water, sewer and stormwater pricing. CONTINUE READING...

Library condemned to ax man's block

$100 million question...

Bushfire pork barreling

Denial over regional health crisis

New CEO for Council

Where has all the money gone

Railway job cuts stopped

Plan to resolve council mess

The hatchet man cometh

Koala plan a fraud

Bikes or biodiversity?

Regulation change