Book lovers will be interested in the upcoming book sale on Saturday 17 Sunday 18 November 2018 put on by the Rotary Club of Terrigal. Rotary is a fantastic community based […]
Plans for a ‘boarding house’ with 11 apartments at 16 Calais Road, Wamberal have been lodged with Council.
Only metres from the beach and near homes valued in excess of $7 million, the units will be in an expensive, high demand holiday location. How will people on very low incomes be able to afford the market rents?
Please support your community this Monday 14th at 6pm when
Council vote on the 81 place childcare centre on the intersection of The Central Coast Highway and Old Gosford Road.
The Council report is over the top in its bias towards approval and lacks objectivity and credibility.
Council state the development isn’t on an intersection.
Council state Old Gosford Road isn’t a busy road and will have no impact on local traffic or safety risks to community!
This 3 story building is oversized for the land but Council want to give special permissions to reduce setbacks to road and property boundaries.
Come along to show your support at the
Gosford Chambers, Mann st
Gosford. Meeting in front courtyard at 6pm.
The Terrigal ANZAC Day Dawn March will commence at 5:15 am.
The ANZAC Day Dawn Service will commence at 5:30 am at the Cenotaph at Terrigal Beach.
The ANZAC Day Main Service will commence at 11:00 am at the Breakers Country Club.
Tell Council what you think about 80 babies and young children playing in front of a four-lane roundabout on a state highway carrying over 20,000 cars and trucks each day.
Should a child care centre be built at a four-lane roundabout on a State Highway? A week before Xmas and Council want to approve a large child care centre at a notorious intersection on the Central Coast Highway.
Why are they ignoring the obvious safety risks to babies and children?
Why are they trying to rubber stamp the approval a week before Xmas?
Why are the not addressing planning rules or safety standards?
Bronze Medallions have been presented to our first female lifesavers who served during World War II.
Six of the lifesavers were present to receive their Bronze Medallions in a red carpet event in front of hundreds of people in what is believed to be another first: the largest Bronze Medallion presentation Australia has ever seen.
Expressions of interest to fill two local community positions for the Wamberal Terminal Protection Project Working Group.
The Project Working Group will make recommendations to the Council on how to manage beach erosion on Wamberal Beach.
Wamberal Rural Fire Brigade is turning 60 with two special Anniversary Celebrations on the Saturday 23rd September.
The third concert in Symphony Central Coast’s 2017 concert series is this Sunday 17 September.
The concert will start at 2:30PM at the Central Coast Grammar School (CCGS) Performing Arts Centre.