CCBR February 2021

CCBR February 2021

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Plenty of confidence as we move into 2021
Posted on 5 February 2021
With 2020 now behind us a quick look back would have to tell us that (a) Australia has handled the COVID-19 pandemic exceptionally well and (b) w...
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Jenny Harwood - Harwood Chartered Accountants
Posted on 5 February 2021
Celebrating thirty years in business this year, Jenny Harwood is a highly experienced local Chartered Accountant, registered auditor and accredit...
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Investors still showing interest in Central Coast
Posted on 5 February 2021
The last four years has seen a flurry of investment on the Central Coast mostly in and around the Gosford CBD. Towards the end of 2020 the NSW ...
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A new concept in portable home design and construction
Posted on 5 February 2021
Erina based business partners Mr. Paul Klumper and Mr. Michael Jones have created a new and innovative concept of portable and modular homes at W...
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Lawrie McKinna appointed Chair RDA Central Coast
Posted on 5 February 2021
Federal Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks has congratulated Lawrie McKinna on his appointment as Chair of Regional Development Australia (RDA) Cent...
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Gosford Erina Chamber launches Music in Gosford project
Posted on 5 February 2021
In a move that will see Gosford CBD become a Music City with the branding Gosford Beats, an initiative of the Gosford Erina Business Chamber, th...
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Our annus horribilis
Posted on 14 December 2020
It started with the most devastating bush fire season in history although for our region it could have been much worse. By February storms and ...
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Trevor Hargreaves - Central Coast Shopfronts & Architectural Windows Do it once, do it well
Posted on 14 December 2020
Trevor Hargreaves was still a teenager when he won his first award in window manufacturing. Presented by the Gosford Rotary Club when he was wo...
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No money to pay wages Minister appoints Interim Administrator
Posted on 14 December 2020
It took a crisis that saw Central Coast Council unable to pay the wages bill that forced Minister for Local Government, Shelley Hancock MP, to &q...
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