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Gosford Central nearing completion

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 July 2020
Gosford Central nearing completion
Sydney apartment developer, EQ Projects, is on track to complete their Gosford development by the end of August. Gosford Central at 277-279 Mann Street, Gosford is opposite Gosford Railway Station and comprises 57 units in total plus two ground floor commercial retail shops. The 13-level $30 million project was approved in 2014 during the time of last days of the McKenna / Anderson Gosford Council when it was approved as a 52- unit development. EQ Projects acquired the site afte...
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Gosford Signs - 50 years one family

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 July 2020
Gosford Signs - 50 years one family
Barney and Leslie Waters started his sign company 50 years ago this year outliving all the competition and are now seeing their three sons taking over as signage heads into a new era of technology. Within a few years of setting up in Gosford, Barney Waters relocated the business to Manns Road, West Gosford where it remained for the next 38 years and the name Gosford Signs would become the best known Sign Company on the Coast until moving to a new factory unit overlooking Manns Road in 200...
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Council approves Doyalson RSL redevelopment

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 July 2020
Council approves Doyalson RSL redevelopment
Central Coast Council, at its 27 April meeting unanimously approved a rezoning for a major housing and recreation redevelopment at Doyalson to be undertaken by the Doylo Lifestyle Group as part of the expansion of the Doyalson-Wyee RSL Club. The Planning Proposal will now go to the Minister for Planning for determination. The proposed major housing and recreation redevelopment and expansion of the Club premises is on a 45 ha on site on the eastern side of the Pacific Highway north from ...
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Bill Leak Gallery opens at Ettalong Beach

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 July 2020
Bill Leak Gallery opens at Ettalong Beach
The works of one of Australia's most celebrated cartoonists and caricaturists have found a home in the Bill Leak Gallery which opened at Ettalong Beach last month. Bill Leak died of a heart attack in May 2017 aged 61 and his son Johannes has established the gallery as a memorial to his father who lived for many years at Wagstaffe.  In a career that spanned some 40 years he became well known for his wit and irreverent style towards politicians and others with a focus on pol...
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Councillors fudge on Airport again

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 July 2020
Councillors fudge on Airport again
The issue of Warnervale Airport continues to blight the  Central Coast with the whole region desperately in need of employment. A Notice of Motion from Councillors Best and McLachlan at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 22 June 2020 saw a lengthy debate resulting in the motion being amended to suit the anti-airport councillors. The debate which was the last item on the Agenda required extra time to be debated. Clr Best, who has brought forward numerous motions since the election of...
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