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Hughes' vision for The Quarters Forresters Beach
3 September 2021
Well known local business couple Warren and Donna Hughes will open their new business venture at Forresters Beach in October brining a new life to the old Forresters Beach Resort. Since buying the property in March this year the couple have spent millions creating a new coastal Hamptons style experience along a new name – The Quarters. The Quarters will comprise four areas all working as one: Accommodation, Conferences, events and weddings, Restaurant and bar, Wellbeing, Terranova Tou...
GSC looking for Executive Director Central Coast Precinct
3 September 2021
The Greater Sydney Commission (GSC), a statuary planning authority reporting to the NSW Premier on the future of Greater Sydney is advertising for a Executive Director – Central Coast Precinct. This follows an announcement in October 2020 by the Premier that this would be a first-of-its-kind strategy for the GSC to bring new businesses and jobs to the region (see CCBR October 2020). Almost twelve months later no announcement has been made by the Premier as to a Central Coast Strategy....
Clynton Husband - Sapphire Aluminum
4 August 2021

Think of some of the most monumental architectural buildings and structures in Australia and the world and chances are Central Coast manufacturer, Sapphire Aluminium, was responsible for the production of the internal and/or external aluminium cladding. Today, Sapphire is trusted by award-winning architects for their quality, attention to detail, stringent processes, and outcomes that are as durable as they are beautiful, ensuring they leave a legacy for generations to come. Bob Husban...
Editorial - Who are we
4 August 2021
The Federal Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks has called for the Central Coast to be a stand-along region. (Page 9).  She is right on the button but first we have to work out who we are. CCBR asked this question two years ago in our October 2019 issue.  It came about then because the Central Coast was in line to receive a $400 million share from the sale of the Snowy Hydro for infrastructure investment. That got the chop the day the Deputy Premier became Minister for Regions. He...
Lucy Wicks takes a stand - It's time to make the Central Coast a stand-alone region
4 August 2021
Federal Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks is renewing calls to make the Central Coast a stand-alone region with Gosford as its capital city. "The Central Coast is not part of the Greater Sydney, Newcastle or Hunter regions," Ms Wicks said. Ms Wicks, who has been lobbying the NSW Government for change for over 12 months, said the extended COVID-19 lockdown has highlighted the need for the Central Coast region to be excluded from the Greater Sydney catchment definition. Ms Wicks...

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