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Hughes' vision for The Quarters Forresters Beach

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 September 2021
Hughes' vision for The Quarters Forresters Beach
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...
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GSC looking for Executive Director Central Coast Precinct

Posted by Edgar Adams on 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....
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Lucy Wicks takes a stand - It's time to make the Central Coast a stand-alone region

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 August 2021
Lucy Wicks takes a stand - It's time to make the Central Coast a stand-alone region
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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Food conference discusses next generation nutrition and agribusiness

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 August 2021
Food conference discusses next generation nutrition and agribusiness
The University of Newcastle's Central Coast Campus was the place for a two-day Food Sustainability Forum where the latest developments in food nutrition and agribusiness were discussed. Held on the 17th and 18th June participants heard how current research is creating a next generation of sustainable food and nutrition opportunities. Eight leading keynote speakers in nutrition, food marketing, agribusiness, food science and technology, innovation, food perceptions and preferences, f...
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Mounties and Breakers in amalgamation talks

Posted by Edgar Adams on 4 August 2021
Mounties and Breakers in amalgamation talks
The Mounties Group is in discussions with Breakers Country Club at Wamberal regarding a potential amalgamation. The news follows an expression of interest released in late 2020, to engage clubs that were interested in merging with the successful club giant. Mounties Group CEO, Dale Hunt, said Breakers is one of the larger clubs on the Central Coast with possibly the most potential to unlock. "Just like Halekulani Bowling Club, Breakers is not a struggling club.  It has been ...
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