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Star Scientific signs world first hydrogen deal with Philippines Government

Posted by Edgar Adams on 15 March 2021
Star Scientific signs world first hydrogen deal with Philippines Government
Berkeley Vale based Star Scientific Limited has signed a world-first Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Department of Energy of the Republic of the Philippines to explore the utilisation of Star's S&P Platts award-winning HERO® technology and hydrogen, to bring clean energy and desalinated water to a country currently largely reliant on imported fossil fuels. The MoU heralds the hydrogen revolution and provides the Philippines an opportunity for energy and water self-suf...
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Premier opens new Leagues Club park on Gosford Waterfront

Posted by Edgar Adams on 15 March 2021
Premier opens new Leagues Club park on Gosford Waterfront
A $10 million public park that includes a tidal terrace, nature-inspired play equipment and green space on the Gosford Waterfront was officially opened on Saturday 27th February by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes. Ms Berejiklian said, "The Central Coast is a rapidly growing part of the State and projects like Leagues Club Park strengthen its appeal as a destination while creating economic benefits." "The park is a major re...
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ET Australia - Preparing students for the World of Work

Posted by Edgar Adams on 14 December 2020
ET Australia - Preparing students for the World of Work
Construction has commenced on two new school sites in the centre of Gosford. ET Australia, an independent high school and adult training college, has started a major refit to the former Aldi supermarket site in the Imperial Centre in Gosford CBD in time for the start of the 2021 school year. It is one of two new campuses the innovative school is creating to meet demand from Central Coast, Lake Macquarie and northern Sydney families. ET Australia currently has 170 Year 7 to Year 10 stu...
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IBM, local companies partner with Central Coast high schools to Launch P-TECH Programme

Posted by Edgar Adams on 14 December 2020
IBM, local companies partner with Central Coast high schools to Launch P-TECH Programme
NSW Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, the Hon Geoff Lee MP, have joined IBM representatives to announce the launch of the Pathways in Technology (P-TECH) program at three high schools on the Central Coast in 2021. Launching at Henry Kendall High School, Kariong Mountains High School and Tumbi Umbi campus of Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College, the P-TECH program aims to prepare students for technology-related careers through structured workplace experiences and industry skills deve...
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Borg takes Crossmuller into a new frontier

Posted by Edgar Adams on 14 December 2020
Borg takes Crossmuller into a new frontier
Australia's leading manufacturer of melamine panels and components for all joinery applications, Somersby based Borg Manufacturing acquired Crossmuller a systems integration and MES (Manufacturing Execution System) Software developer in 2016. Founded in 1989 Crossmuller had established a strong reputation over the years and had a long relationship with Borg which led to the acquisition in 2016. A vertically integrated business, Borg also operated Borg Construction and Electrical Pty...
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