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Door closes on Woy Woy Leagues Club

Posted by Edgar Adams on 6 May 2020
Door closes on Woy Woy Leagues Club

Easts Group has announced that it will permanently close Woy Woy Leagues Club, in Blackwall Road, following sustained trading losses over many years.

The Club had been closed since mid-March as part of the shutting down of non-essential services in the wake of COVID-19.

Easts Group have been propping up Woy Woy Leagues since entering into a Joint Venture in 2012 on the basis that they could turn it around.

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Council addressing Coast commuter crisis

Posted by Edgar Adams on 11 March 2020
A recent report on the social impact of commuting, commissioned by Central Coast Council, by research group Urbis confirms the disturbing fact commuters: spend up to five hours a day getting to and from work, family breakdown in the region is among the highest in Australia with 9,500 couples experiencing relationship stress with the risk of divorce increasing by 40%, overall commuters suffer increased levels of fatigue, stress and wellbeing issues. Environmental impact While the ...
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100 GIGABITS PER SECOND INTERNET FOR GOSFORD AND CENTRAL COAST

Posted by Edgar Adams on 11 March 2020
It will be revolutionary but the Economic Development team at Central Coast Council, supported by Council's Chief Information Officer, Peter Auhl, have plans to put Gosford and the Central Coast on the global  map with ultra-fast and affordable Mutli-Gigabit connectivity that will drive business to locate to Gosford and the broader Central Coast. With speeds up to 100 gigabits per second, this infrastructure initiative will work in conjunction with the commuter strategy reducing ...
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Central Coast Councillors dump Gosford

Posted by Edgar Adams on 9 March 2020
Council's 24th February meeting was a farce.   From calls for the Mayor's resignation to all future Council meetings to be held in Wyong. It started with a Media Release on the previous Friday advising that due to limited public gallery capacity at Council Meeting Chambers and to ensure the safety of the community, attendees wishing to participate in the Public Forum and the Council Meeting will be required to sign-in in person on the day of the meeting. Registration wil...
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NSW-Guangdong Joint Economic Meeting visit puts Central Coast on global map

Posted by Edgar Adams on 11 November 2019
NSW-Guangdong Joint Economic Meeting visit puts Central Coast on global map
Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC), together with its project partnersCentral Coast Industry Connect (CCIC), Central Coast Business Chamber, the University of Newcastle including the Newcastle Institute of Energy & Resources (NIER), Central Coast Council and the NSW Government, hosted the 27th NSW-Guangdong Joint Economic Meeting regional visit of Delegates to the Central Coast in late October. Regarded as the most significant trade and investment initiative between ...
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