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Council Seeks Input on Lagoon Trail
11 Jun 2020
Council Seeks Input on Lagoon Trail
Central Coast Council are inviting the community to help design a new walking trail around Terrigal Lagoon. 
Council Calls for Artists for Landmark Pelican Sculpture
10 Jun 2020
Council Calls for Artists for Landmark Pelican Sculpture
The pelican has been synonymous with The Entrance for generations and now Central Coast Council prepares to cast its net in the search for a public artist to create a unique and engaging significant landmark Pelican sculpture. 
Central Coast Welcomes the Return of Holidaymakers
7 Jun 2020
Central Coast Welcomes the Return of Holidaymakers
As people make plans for the long weekend and July school holidays, Council is sending the message loud and clear - the Central Coast is open for business for both visitors and residents. 
$1.9million upgrade of Tuggerah intersection underway
5 Jun 2020
$1.9million upgrade of Tuggerah intersection underway
Road maintenance and construction are part of the essential services Central Coast Council is continuing to deliver during COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and one of the major projects underway is an upgrade of the intersection of Bryant Drive and Lake Road, Tuggerah. 
Commonwealth Government Scholarship Scheme for Young Australians aged 15 to 24
4 Jun 2020
Commonwealth Government Scholarship Scheme for Young Australians aged 15 to 24
An Exciting Scholarship Scheme is now available on the Coast for our Youth to cover their study costs and more. The government have chosen the Gosford Region as a focus area out of only 10 regions throughout Australia. 
Now is the Time to Get Tested for Covid-19
4 Jun 2020
Now is the Time to Get Tested for Covid-19
With government restrictions easing and COVID-19 cases falling, it might seem like COVID-19 is a thing of the past. However, without a vaccination and with increased movement of people around the state, it could take just one new case on the Central Coast to start a new wave of the virus. 
Join Thousands of Australians as they Register for Fly into July
2 Jun 2020
Join Thousands of Australians as they Register for Fly into July
The Fly into July challenge is designed to encourage people of all abilities to increase their level of daily activity through logging their distance/steps for each day of the month. 
Community to Guide Kibble Park's Future
31 May 2020
Community to Guide Kibble Park's Future
Central Coast Council are calling on the community to think big and make their mark on the future of Gosford's Kibble Park. 
Harvest Festival goes online for 2020
30 May 2020
Harvest Festival goes online for 2020
The cancellation of popular events has been one of the many necessary requirements of managing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) but Central Coast Council have been looking at ways to bring highlights of the popular Harvest Festival into local homes through an exciting new online format. 
Butter Up and Bake a Change
30 May 2020
Butter Up and Bake a Change
RSPCA is calling on animal lovers to bake a change in the fight against animal cruelty for this year's annual Cupcake Day on 26 October. 
Total Revamp Needed to Secure the Future of Aussie Tourism
29 May 2020
Total Revamp Needed to Secure the Future of Aussie Tourism
A complete reset of Australia’s tourism industry is necessary to ensure its future success, according to global tourism expert, Professor Marianna Sigala at the University of South Australia. 
Council to Celebrate National Library and Information Week
27 May 2020
Council to Celebrate National Library and Information Week
It might look a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Central Coast Council is still celebrating National Library and Information Week this year in an online extravaganza. 
Call for Community to Provide Input on Future Plans for Tunkuwallin Oval
27 May 2020
Call for Community to Provide Input on Future Plans for Tunkuwallin Oval
A new district level playspace is coming to Tunkuwallin Oval Gwandalan and Central Coast Council is calling on the community to have their say to help shape the new precinct plan. 
Mount Ettalong Masterplan Draft Concepts Seek Community Feedback
27 May 2020
Mount Ettalong Masterplan Draft Concepts Seek Community Feedback
Central Coast Council is continuing to progress with developing a Masterplan to upgrade and redesign Mt Ettalong Reserve to make it more accessible, functional and safe for the community. 
Council acknowledges National Sorry Day Ahead of Reconciliation Week
26 May 2020
Council acknowledges National Sorry Day Ahead of Reconciliation Week
Central Coast Council acknowledges that today, 26 May is National Sorry Day. 
Coast Ready for Easing of Regional Travel Restrictions
23 May 2020
Coast Ready for Easing of Regional Travel Restrictions
Central Coast Council is ready to once again welcome visitors to the region when regional travel restrictions are eased from 1 June 2020. 
Health On The Streets Continues to Serve the Community
23 May 2020
Health On The Streets Continues to Serve the Community
Following the launch of Health on The Streets (HoTS) in March, Central Coast Primary Care is excited to announce that ten people who had been sleeping rough on the streets of the Central Coast have been supported to obtain temporary housing by the HoTS Team, with an additional person securing permanent accommodation. 
'Grant Finder' Helps the Central Coast Find Funding
22 May 2020
'Grant Finder' Helps the Central Coast Find Funding
The challenge of searching for suitable grants for local businesses, community groups, not-for-profit organisations and individuals will be easier than ever with a new addition to the Central Coast Council website. 
Community use Council Library Services and eResources to get through COVID-19
22 May 2020
Community use Council Library Services and eResources to get through COVID-19
Central Coast Council Library Service has seen a significant increase in the use of online resources since providing expanded collections, unique items and new opportunities for the community to continue learning and recreational activities during COVID-19. 
Covid-19: Managing Mental Health with Yoga
20 May 2020
Covid-19: Managing Mental Health with Yoga
The ancient practice of yoga could provide a sustainable exercise alternative for thousands of people isolating at home, as new research from the University of South Australia, shows that movement-based yoga can significantly improve mental health. 
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