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Rob and Kevin Haines - Haines Gas Service
Posted on 1 August 2019
Father and son team, Rob and Kevin Haines operate the family owned business, Haines Gas Services Pty Limited at Erina. Established on the Central Coast in 1977 and now in their 42nd year, the business has a very strong loyal client following, solid staff retention levels and the opportunity to expand nationally if they desire. This story explores the Haines Gas Services journey and highlights how strategic decision-making, including knowing when to say no, has helped this company earn ...
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Merindah Tops out
Posted on 1 August 2019
Merindah Apartments the 15 level residential development at 25 Mann Street, Gosford, now under construction, topped out in early July with Joe Bechara Managing Director of builder Pinnacle Construction Group saying he is aiming for completion late 2019 or early 2020. Merindah is by far the largest development to be built in Gosford representing a substantial investment in the CBD by Pinnacle. Merindah comprises 134 apartments with 19 x 1 bedrooms,  95 x 2 bedrooms and 20 x 3 b...
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Borg lodges DA for new $20 million facility at Somersby
Posted on 1 August 2019
Borg Manufacturing Pty Ltd have lodged a Development Application with Central Coast Council for a 41,739 sqm industrial building at 76 Gindurra Road, Somersby adjacent to their national head office at 2 Wella Way, Somersby. According to the DA the building costs alone are $13.3 million and when added to the land acquisition and Council Contributions the total investment would be close to $20 million. Borg acquired the 10.7 hectare site in 2017 however only 50% of the site can be develo...
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Graduates mark 30 years of excellence on the Coast
Posted on 1 August 2019
More than 1000 students celebrated the culmination of their studies at the annual University of Newcastle and TAFE graduation ceremonies at Ourimbah campus on 4th July. University of Newcastle Vice Chancellor, Professor Alex Zelinsky AO, said this year's event was particularly special as the University's Central Coast presence had reached a milestone of its own. "In 2019, we are celebrating 30 years on the Central Coast. In that time, the University has built on its co...
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Coast hosts Mars Food "SEEDS OF CHANGE" Roadshow
Posted on 1 August 2019
Central Coast Industry Connect in partnership with Regional Development Australia Central Coast hosted the Mars Food "SEEDS OF CHANGE" Accelerator Roadshow at the Ourimbah Campus in early July. The Central Coast was the last of five destinations for the Roadshow that had travelled to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and had attracted nearly 300 people.    The Central Coast, the only regional destination, punched above its weight, saw 50 people in attend ...

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