[email protected] lets inducted library members have access to the library outside regular staffed hours
Land banking contributes to housing crisis
Across the whole Central Coast there are 48,000 dwellings that have been approved and 20,000 in Gosford that have been approved and no one is building them.
Public land in Minister’s hands
“The deal is basically done. TAFE has a $2 billion operating budget so the money will come out of that. The ball is in their court. It is a big parcel of land and it is going to be fully occupied by TAFE.”
Community unites to oppose feedlot
“Living in these cramped, filthy conditions subjects the cattle to immense stress and sickness, with common painful conditions including footrot, botulism, respiratory disease and liver abscesses,” according to AL.
Advocates condemn public forum trial
How much did it cost ratepayers for Executives and staff (some possibly on overtime) to stage a non-compliant forum for just one speaker rather than letting him speak immediately before the Council Meeting as previously?
More public land on chopping block
“If Rik Hart doesn’t know the history of this community’s fight to have a performing arts centre in Gosford then he needs to do his homework before rubber stamping the staff recommendation to reclassify blocks of Mann St community land to operational land so they can be sold,” Mr Waters said.
Victoria ends native logging
It’s what we have needed for decades; to protect remaining carbon sinks, biodiversity, water catchments and First Nations culture. This is a sensible move to wind up the timber industry and transition affected workers. This is justice for climate, forests, and humanity.
Take your mind for a swim
THE MIND SWIMS implies a state of restless inquiry, of roving exploration, both real and metaphysical. It speaks to transitions: the rise and fall of the tides; from one phase of life to the next; from one way of being to another. It playfully gestures at the human urge to move and explore.
Getting active on local government
There’s also going to be a referendum at the same time as the next election to give the community an opportunity to vote on whether or not to reduce the number of elected councillors from 15 to 9.
Virtual urgent care for children before end of year
With the Bureau of Health Information (BHI) revealing the Central Coast is the second worse Local Health District in NSW for emergency treatment wait times, this program will work to ensure children seeking treatment are kept out of the long emergency waits while still receiving primary healthcare services from their homes.