The Elderslee Foundation believes strongly in capacity building strategies to strengthen not for profits. To put this into practice, the Foundation created the Elderslee Project to provide policy and planning support to community organisations.
“Sales have been poorly timed, with long settlement periods, for instance and many of the sales have not been done via competitive tender.”
Administrator Rik Hart resolved to sell two parcels of community land located in Mann St Gosford, subject to reclassification, at the last Central Coast Council meeting for 2023, but Mr Farmer said the “subject to reclassification” clause in the resolution made it lawful.
As the UN says, “everyone in society has an important role to play in ending violence against women and girls and we all must work together across sectors to address the various aspects of violence against women and girls”.
“We give these students a safe space to have a conversation and open up about their anxiety, low self-esteem or feelings of isolation.”
“Without train guards, our public transport system is less safe and less efficient, and the incident that occurred at Tascott could have been a lot worse if not for the presence of this guard who had a clear job to do and was trained to deal with these situations.”
By Jackie Pearson and Harry Mulholland ‘Love trees, Love COSS’ was an event that brought together a variety of community and environmental groups at the Ourimbah Campus of the University of Newcastle recently. Groups who exhibited included everyone from the Lisarow-Ourimbah CWA through to The Central Coast Greens and the […]
The Chief Executive Officer of Central Coast Council, Mr David Farmer, was not aware of a note in the council’s financial reports which said the former Gosford Council Chamber building in Mann St was to be sold on the open market. By Jacquelene Pearson* Note C1-7 Non-current Assets Classified as […]
According to Rik Hart, administrator of Central Coast Council, the unveiling of the latest proposal to develop the Gosford waterfront will be “the start of something sensational”. By Jacquelene Pearson Welcome to The Point’s new local news section. Each week we will report on what’s going on around our home, […]
Harry Mulholland speaks with the two award-winning artists whose latest sculpture is now in place at the Central Coast Marine Discovery Centre in Terrigal – they want it to promote their goal of building awareness of the importance of marine conservation in Australia. The sculpture, which is called Pacifica Australis, […]