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Resilience Journal for disaster recovery

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Wednesday, 22 September 2021
In recent years the Central Coast has battled through fires, floods and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While emergencies and disasters are difficult to predict or control, our ability to adapt and...

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Download the self-guided audio tour of the Wyong Heritage Walk

Published Date

Tuesday, 21 September 2021
In 2018, we installed heritage signage around the Wyong Town Centre to create the Wyong Heritage Walk and give people a peek into what life was like in Wyong over 100 years ago. We have also...

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Preparing for arrival of endangered Little Terns

Published Date

Tuesday, 21 September 2021
Council will conduct strategic sand building works at Karagi Point ahead of the ‘Little Tern’ bird species reaching the Central Coast for their 2021 breeding season. This important habitat and...

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On our roads this week

Published Date

Monday, 20 September 2021
Every day we are working for the community to deliver the essential services that keep our region running. Over the last week our Roads teams have been working on construction projects across the...

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Mental Health Month

Get involved this Mental Health Month

Published Date

Friday, 17 September 2021
October is Mental Health Month , an opportunity for all of us to think about our mental health and wellbeing and check in with those around us who may be going through a difficult time. From...

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Emergency Ready Now

Emergency Ready Now: Stories of disaster, recovery and wellbeing

Published Date

Wednesday, 15 September 2021
What do we do after the fires, the floods, the pandemic? How do we learn and prepare for next time? Our new 'Emergency Ready Now' podcast explore these questions and looks at how we, as a community,...

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Pelicans and birds on the water

Love our living lakes this Spring

Published Date

Friday, 10 September 2021
Spring has arrived and with the warm, wet weather you may be excited to watch your gardens and lawns flourish. You may also be tempted to add fertiliser but before you do, please consider the...

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Man putting food scraps in a brown paper bag. Love Food Hate Waste logo in the shape of a apple.

‘Food Smart’ kits to help tackle food waste

Published Date

Friday, 10 September 2021
Did you know the average NSW home throws out around $77 worth of food every week? With food waste making up over 30% of household waste on the Coast, we’re helping Coasties to make a positive change...

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Community must-haves continue for the Coast

Published Date

Monday, 6 September 2021
We've had our heads down and our tails up, working every day for the community to deliver the essential services that keep our region running. Water and Sewer delivery Over the past three months, we...

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Grow It Local Spring Festival

Published Date

Monday, 30 August 2021
Central Coast Council is partnering with Grow It Local to get residents excited about growing and sourcing produce locally so that we can work to reduce food waste across the Central Coast! You can...

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Community bulletin

Community bulletins are another tool Council use to help our region stay up-to-date on important information regarding emergency situations on the Central Coast.  This community bulletin will be published to our ...

Coastal erosion - Emergency and Recovery

Central Coast Council has worked closely with State Government agencies and the Local Emergency Operations Controller to respond to significant areas of coastal erosion at Wamberal Beach and The Entrance North and to ...

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