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Graduates mark 30 years of excellence on the Coast

Posted by Edgar Adams on 1 August 2019
Graduates mark 30 years of excellence on the Coast
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...
Posted in: News Business News August 2019  

Robson Partners in the Community

Posted on 1 June 2019
Robson Partners in the Community
Donate and participate! That is Robson Partners commitment to the community of the Central Coast, and that is exactly what the local accounting firm did on Friday 24 May as part of National Volunteer Week. 21 staff members turned off their computers to partner with Coast Shelter in a backyard blitz effort for two youth refuges on the Central Coast. Their hope was to brighten up the outdoor area so the residents could find a quiet space to relax and clear their minds, or a communal plac...
Posted in: News June 2019  

Cambridge University recognises Central Coast Grammar School for innovation in education

Posted on 1 May 2019
Cambridge University recognises Central Coast Grammar School for innovation in education
An international reputation for innovation in education has seen Cambridge University include CCGS alongside 800 elite organisations recognised for their innovative practise. Innovation 800, a high-profile study of innovation across a range of global industries, is produced by Cambridge University Students' Union and features CCGS in the field of world-class education. CCGS is in the company of only a small number of highly-reputable Australian educators and the school is showc...
Posted in: News May 2019  

Labor's hypocrisy on Wyong coal mine

Posted on 1 May 2019
Labor's hypocrisy on Wyong coal mine
With a State Election behind us and a Federal Election coming up the campaign intensifies here on the Central Coast with the Labor Party and the Greens showing their hypocrisy across many local issues the two most important being the Central Coast Airport and the Wyong Coal Mine project. While the ALP vehemently opposes this coal mine they conveniently forget that it was Premier Bob Carr who on the 6th November 1995 wrote to the Managing Director of Coal Operations Australia Ltd (COAL)...
Posted in: News May 2019  

Gosford university campus now up to State Government

Posted on 1 May 2019
Gosford university campus now up to State Government
It was February 26th and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, along with Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced that Gosford would be one of 4 Education and Employment Precincts in NSW. "The creation of an integrated Central Coast Education and Employment Precinct around a revitalised Gosford CBD with increased education and job opportunities will have the best jobs and the best education opportunities, and these new precincts will deliver that," she said. That was backed up by...
Posted in: News May 2019  

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