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Coastwide Steel and Metalwork celebrates 40 years
8 May 2024
Coastwide Steel and Metalwork who celebrates 40 years in business this year is still located in the same spot where they kicked off in Tuggerah – although they have grown and expanded on the site. In 1984 a young Goerge Hogger was working for a local steel fabrication business. A qualified engineer he was working on two large local projects and in the middle of both projects his employer went into liquidation leaving him without a job. The project manager on these jobs, suggested he f...
Growth plans for Bouddi Biscuits
8 May 2024
Madeline Stevens founded Bouddi Biscuits in 2015 after realising that there was a market for organic foods with a growing number of health conscious consumers out there. A qualified nutritionist, she had been baking her own cookies for many years and she found that friends who tried them commented on their taste telling her she should go into business. She did, turning her home kitchen into a mini-bakery and selling them to retailers who were prepared to give her a go. Bouddi Biscuits are ...
On-site café for East Coast Beverages at Kulnura
8 May 2024
East Coast Beverages at Kulnura have opened an on-site café on their property at Kulnura aimed at attracting more tourists into the Hinterland region of the Central Coast. Bambinos by East Coast celebrates the Lentini Family’s heritage while also dedicating it to the fourth generation babies that are now entering the family.  “It creates a tangible space that celebrates the up and coming fourth generation of Eastcoast,” said Managing Director Samuel Lentini hims...
Council Management to Blame for Blow Out in DA Assessment Times
8 May 2024
By Kevin Brooks, a former elected Council Leader from the UK. He is a retiree having worked in senior positions in the public and private sectors, including global banks   The fourth quarter of 2020/21 was a momentous time for Central Coast Council. It was the quarter in which Administrator Rik Hart and CEO David Farmer commenced their new roles at the top of the organisation. It was also the quarter in which the first of three rate hike applications was approved. Revenue from rate...
8 May 2024
With the first three stages sold out in the Warner Business Park development at Jilliby the 4th and final stage is now on the market with Expressions of Interest being sought through agents Colliers and Savills. Developed in 4 stages over the past twelve months, the final stage comprising 20 construction ready and serviced industrial lots ranging in size from 4,550 – 9,088sqm are now available for sale with prices expected to be around $550 per sqm. To date the first 3 stages have see...

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