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Central Coast Industry Festival 2024 – “Connect to Grow”
9 October 2023

Following the resounding success of the 2022 Central Coast Industry Festival, Central Coast Industry Connect (CCIC) has announced that it will be holding a second Industry Festival on 6th and 7th March 2024, proudly supported by major sponsor, Investment NSW.

How Central Coast Council uses biodiversity to stop economic growth.
9 October 2023
It is well known that the Central Coast is not generating enough jobs to support the growing population, and this has been the case for over forty years. Businesses in Sydney and elsewhere eye the region as an ideal location to operate from thereby creating employment opportunities. To create a better lifestyle for the people of the region, business and investors need to be encouraged to locate their operations here thereby growing the regional economy. However, in recent years it has beco...
Chamberlain Group’s confidence and manufacturing on the Coast
13 September 2023
Our front cover story for this month is a report on one of the Central Coast’s oldest manufacturers, the Chamberlain Group, and their confidence in investing $28 million in a new facility at Somersby in conjunction with the Central Coast’s largest manufacturer and property owner the Borg Group. Chamberlain is a textbook case in the future of manufacturing in Australia and on the Central Coast.   A global manufacturing giant, they acquired local manufacturer Grifco in 20...
New purpose-built facility for Chamberlain
13 September 2023
Chamberlain Australia is expanding its operations into a brand-new purpose-built facility of 19,000sqm at Somersby, representing an investment of $28 million. Chamberlain have been manufacturing in Australia for over 100 years and over 30 years on the Central Coast at West Gosford. The new facility will combine four sites into one and will house Chamberlain’s manufacturing, national warehouse and international engineering team. The facility is being developed by Space Urban, one of t...
UON’s new high-tech Gosford campus given green light
13 September 2023
The NSW Government has formally approved the $58 million University of Newcastle Central Coast Campus, which will be built on the site of the former Mitre 10 building at 305 Mann Street, Gosford. University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor Alex Zelinsky AO said, “We’re thrilled to have marked this milestone and have a formal green light for this critical project, which will allow students across the region to build their skills and earn a degree without leaving the Central Coast. We ...

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