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COMMUNITY’S HOPE TO GO OFF THE POWER GRID

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The little town of Tyalgum, just over the New South Wales border, could be the first in Australia to go off the electricity grid. A local company is working with residents to develop a renewable and independent future. Read More »

FURNITURE RIVALRY GETS HEATED

Some stiff competition between two furniture stores has taken a bizarre twist. An apparent employee of national chain Super A-mart has been caught on camera stealing outdoor advertising. The A-frame sign belongs to rival Lounge City. The missing sign has now re-appeared. Super A-mart management did not answer requests for comment. Read More »

LIFE THREATENING INJURIES AFTER TALLEBUDGERA VALLEY CRASH

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A 48-year-old man is fighting for his life after his car veered off Tallebudgera Creek Road and crashed into a tree this morning. The driver of the other car escaped uninjured. Police say open alcohol containers were found sitting in the vehicle, but are still investigating if alcohol was a factor. Read More »

NEWULELE FESTIVAL STRUMMING STRONG

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It’s the musical event that keeps strumming along. The Newkulele Festival is on again and this year’s main act is a world renowned performer that’s keen to pass on his knowledge. [TAKE SOT] (TAKE SOT) Read More »

CHROMEFEST CELEBRATES ROCK N ROLL, ATTRACTING THOUSANDS TO THE ENTRANCE

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One of the Central Coast’s biggest events has kicked off in The Entrance today. Classic car exhibitions, rock n roll dancing and the Miss Pin Up Doll Australia contest featured in the opening day of Chromefest. Read More »

  • WEATHER UPDATE: MID SUMMER-LIKE WEATHER SETTLING IN

    WEATHER UPDATE: MID SUMMER-LIKE WEATHER SETTLING IN

    PHOTO: Sunset at Fullerton Cove, captured by Glen Cox. It is going to be very hot for the inland areas and the north coast. For the Central Coast and Hunter there is a weak change set to push through which will cool things on the coast. The heat and risk of isolated storm development inland is set to linger in next week. Mornings best for boating and surfers. Read More »
  • WEEKEND NEWS UPDATE

    WEEKEND NEWS UPDATE

    - A student has opened fire at a Washington school – killing a classmate and critically wounding three others, before turning the gun on himself. - Thousands have lined the streets of Ottawa, in a farewell to the Canadian soldier murdered at the National War Memorial. - A Quakers Hill family has been left devastated after fire destroyed their home. - And Kurtley Beale COULD play for the Wallabies, despite being fined $45,000 for sending an offensive text to an ARU employee. Read More »
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