Sydney developer pays $2.05 million for Blue Bay beachfront shack #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

Real Estate Report – An aged Blue Bay beachfront house fetched one of the highest sale prices across the Central Coast real estate market last week. The outdated house attracted buyer interest from Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK, before a Sydney developer snapped it up for $2.05 million. Situated at 104 Ocean Pde, it was listed at an asking price over $1.9 […]

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Gosford Declares Itself Fit and Ready To Stand Alone #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News #Gosford

Press Release 29th June 2015 Gosford Declares Itself Fit and Ready to Stand Alone – Councillors tonight unanimously endorsed a proposal that will see Gosford City Council push strongly to stand alone as part of the NSW Government’s Fit for the Future program. Mayor Lawrie McKinna said that independent analysis shows Council is performing strongly and well positioned to provide […]

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Gosford celebrates NAIDOC Week 2015 #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News #NAIDOC

  Press Release 29th June 2015 Gosford Celebrates NAIDOC Week 2015   Gosford City Council will be hosting a range of activities to support and celebrate this year’s NAIDOC Week that runs from 5 July until 12 July 2015. The week offers an opportunity for all Australians to join together and recognise the many outstanding achievements of Aboriginal and Torres […]

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Meet The Top 10 Finalists of the Kickstart Music Challenge #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

 Top 10 Finalists Kickstart Music Challenge    Challenge- Anna Thompson of Wyoming – Dylan Pollard of Bensville – Jacqui Grunden of Wyoming — Kalun Townsend of Fountaindale – Matthew Fadhul of East Gosford – Nebelie Mutukura of West Gosford – Shay G of Umina Beach – Stevie Pounder of Springfield – Teaghan Thompson of Terrigal – Victoria Forsyth of Congewai […]

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Little Blue Dinosaur Heading To 5 LANDS #5Lands #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

LITTLE BLUE DINOSAUR HEADING TO 5 LANDS The Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation (LBD) attended the 5 Lands Walk on the Central Coast Saturday, June 20th to discuss key road safety messages and their ‘Holiday Time’ signage campaigns with families and the local community. LBD has a deep connection with the Gosford area after the organisation’s founders tragically lost their 4-year-old son in […]

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Reminder: Zoo and Snooze Executive Sleepout, 7/8/15, Reptile Park #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

The ‘Zoo and Snooze’ by Gaye Crispin Reminder: This year’s Networking Sleepout will be held at the Australian Reptile Park on Friday 7th August 2015. The sleepout is a great way to help the homeless, while also experiencing just a little first hand of what many on the Central Coast experience every night. The Zoo and Snooze Executive Sleepout is an annual Central […]

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Kickstart Music Challenge Top 10 Finalists Announced #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

Kickstart Music Challenge Top 10 Finalists Announced   Meet The Artists here Kickstart Music Challenge Top 10 Finalists Announced  “Lets keep local artists on the coast by giving them professional advice and training on the coast along with offering the support required when tackling the music industry” (James Callaghan, Kickstart Music Co-Founder). Kickstart Music Challenge is a competition that is like […]

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Treasure Hunt across the Coast for Women’s Cancers #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

  Treasure Hunt across the Coast for Women’s Cancers Cancer Council NSW is pleased to present a brand new event, guaranteed to put the ‘fun’ back into fundraising! It’s called Rally for a Remedy, and it’s a good old fashioned car rally. Teams of up to 5 people per car will follow clues to iconic checkpoints around the Central Coast. […]

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Central Coast Scots First Meeting a Success #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News #Scots

  Central Coast Scots First Meeting a Success by  Josh Lucas Coast Times Arts & Culture Editor  On Saturday June 20, 2015 a collective group of individuals met to discuss the importance of enhancing cultural aspects of the Central Coast community. Some held cultural connections back to the homeland, whilst others shared interests in their customs and traditions. All in […]

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