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1 Thousands speak out after debt-stricken Central Coast Council plans 15 per cent rate rise
2 Keep the Coast nuclear free
3 Resident protest expected at Council meeting
4 Proposed rate rise is 42 percent for some ratepayers -Central Coast News
5 Labor MPs call for public inquiry into Council
6 Central Coast Council to fight move to suspend it over $89 million financial blowout
7 Opinion: Simple fix for Tuggerah Lakes flooding
8 De-amalgamation referendum called for
9 Central Coast Council's dire finances, including more than $565 million of debt, laid out in damning report
10 Council accounting anomalies
11 Facts reveal a very different story
12 Central Coast Council threatened with suspension over $89 million financial hole
13 Council acknowledges financial problem followed advice from external auditors
14 Approved development contributions result in a huge disparity between former council areas
15 Council amalgamation has cost $49M to date
16 Waterfront land may not be Crown Land but privately owned
17 Council is looking to obtain a $50M loan
18 The dangers of local government debt
19 Some council customer service points reopen
20 Draft CCLEP and CCDCP on the agenda for next meeting
21 Central Coast's re-categorisation as a Major Strategic Area results in a pay rise
23 Ratepayers are losing their assets
24 2.6 percent rate rise adopted
25 Central Coast Airport flight cap to be repealed
26 Rate rise has now risen to a proposed 15 percent
27 Central Coast News 5@5 November 27, 2020
28 Councillors send Biodiversity Policy back for more work
29 Council declares war on graffiti
30 Warnervale public meeting critical of former Wyong Shire Council's $20 million spend on airport while local roads crumbled
31 Ignoring the recommendations of flood consultants blamed on Council amalgamation
32 Former Gosford council finances referred to ICAC after 'alarming' audit
33 Councillors to fight for their job and reputations
34 Shock council merger costs revealed
35 Information sessions for significant project
36 The Central Coast has been effectively loved to death
37 Sunshine Coast Council reveals its new CEO
38 Inside Track: Local Government
39 Rate rise protesters rally outside council
40 The land Central Coast Council could sell to recoup cash
41 Revealed: Properties to be sold to ease budget blowout
42 Warnervale Working Group report released
43 Gosford declares first choice is a voluntary merger with Wyong
44 Central Coast Council announces Brian Bell ready to fill acting CEO role if vacancy occurs
45 Central Coast to get ‘first-of-its-kind facility’ for events
46 Council elections postponed until September 2021
47 Minister to determine fate of councillors within the week
48 Council tables State of the Environment report
49 Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability
50 Resigned councillors speak out: ‘The residents deserve better’
51 Gosford and Wyong councils sacked
52 Central Coast Council tightens tree removal regulations
53 Central Coast Council election results finalised
54 New Central Coast Council a massive enterprise
55 Budgewoi masterplan to be reviewed
56 Inside track: Local Government
57 Hundreds of jobs set to be cut at Central Coast Council
58 Revealed: Councils facing economic disaster due to COVID-19
59 Floor plans revealed for regional library
60 Bega Valley Shire Council begins recovery efforts after bushfire devastation
61 Free Tuggerah Lakes video available
62 New revenue raising options to be investigated
63 REVEALED: Projects held back by financial crisis
64 Public mural sparks Shire censorship debate
65 Minister examines judicial probe request into Wyong Council
66 Family, community and party … a champion of the Coast passes
67 Wyong Shire Council maintains swimming pools at Mannering Park, Gwandalan
68 Four people awarded Order of Australia Medal
69 Council pays double for airport ‘white elephant’ land
70 Security beefed up ahead of heated council meeting
71 Administrator’s plan for the year
72 Region-wide planning controls finally in place
73 Council to vote on coast rate rise
74 EPA issues council official caution over sand dredging at The Entrance
75 Wyong Council may drone on
76 Central Coast Council CEO Rob Noble steps down today
77 Rate hikes on the way as land values rise
78 Rate rise and tiny surplus in historic Council budget
79 Date set for report to reveal cause of council budget woes
80 1,200 lot rezoning adopted but held up by Contribution Plan
81 2012 NSW Local Council Elections
82 Councillors bullied into amalgamation vote
83 Unprecedented flooding around the Tuggerah Lakes has prompted belated government support
84 Wyong turned around and back to basics
85 Contract let for Mardi to Warnervale Pipeline
86 Complete review of local flood classification & warning system needed
87 $1000 rate hike may force woman out of home
88 New site puts lens on the way we were
90 ‘Porky Pie’ pig protest over merger
91 Council to consider participating in Biodiversity Project
92 Public administration/government duty of care during COVID-19
93 NSW council amalgamations: 19 new local bodies created under forced mergers
94 Wyong Council commits to further sand dredging in The Entrance channel
95 Major parties dominate on Central Coast
96 Queensland borders: Who can enter state under new restrictions? Full list of banned areas
97 Central Coast Council to establish design council
98 Charmhaven Tennis Centre's new clubhouse is finally complete
99 Apps on taps as Wyong replaces 12,000 water meters
100 Central Coast Council and RMS unveil $3.3 million safety improvements to Kanangra Drive, Crangan Bay