YOUNG GIRL HIT AND KILLED BY TRUCK ON CENTRAL COAST

A girl has been hit and killed by a truck on the Central Coast this afternoon. Emergency services were called to Hastings Street near Wyong, to find the school-aged girl suffering multiple injuries. First aid ...
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MAN INJURED IN GLASSING ATTACK

A 24-year old man has been treated in hospital for lacerations to his face and arm after he was attacked outside a tavern at Chittaway Bay overnight. Police believe the man was hit with a ...
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MAN RECOVERING AFTER ALLEGED ANZAC DAY GLASSING

A 24-year-old man is recovering in Gosford Hospital, after an alleged glassing incident on Anzac Day. An argument erupted just after 7.40pm in the carpark of a tavern on Wyong Road at Chittaway, when it's ...
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CENTRAL COAST STOPS TO REMEMBER

On the Central Coast thousands attended services to remember extraordinary acts of bravery by service men and women. At Terrigal's dawn service, a new addition saw spectators looking to the skies ...
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HYDROPONIC SETUP BELIEVED THE CAUSE OF NARARA HOUSE FIRE

Police have uncovered a hydroponic set-up inside a Central Coast home, which was ravaged by fire this morning. Officers found up to 20-cannabis plants in the upstairs bedroom of the property - which tonight remains ...
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VOLUNTEER SURF LIFE SAVERS SIGN OFF ON ANOTHER SEASON

After one of their busiest seasons yet, volunteer surf life savers on the Central Coast have signed off for another season. But with warm weather set to hang around for some time yet, CEO Chris ...
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GAV’S WEATHER – COLD, WET, WINDY BLAST IS ON THE WAY

The pre-frontal trough has delivered a large rain band that stretched across the region this afternoon allowing for a perfect dawn service to unfold. The cloud band behind it is a significant cold front set ...
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GAV’S WEATHER – IT’S LOOKING GOOD FOR TOMORROW’S DAWN SERVICES

It it is looking mighty fine for dawn services across the region. Temperatures will be mild for this time of the year and the rain will hold off until late in the day with a ...
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PUSH FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE FIREWORKS AT THE HAVEN

It's been years since Terrigal ushered the New Year in with a bang with anti social behaviour and lack of funding to blame. But a small business owner is hoping to change that, calling on ...
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DRIVER CRASHES INTO GUARD RAIL TRYING TO EVADE POLICE

A driver on the Central Coast has allegedly returned a positive breath test after trying to evade police as Operation Go Slow continues through the weekend. Police were patrolling Central Coast Highway at Wamberalabout around ...
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SYDNEY BUYERS SNAP UP COAST HOUSES

A lack of property for sale on the Central Coast continues to push up house prices across the region, and it's not only the main tourist suburbs that are in demand ...
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CENTRAL COAST DISTILLER GOES BOTANICAL

A Central Coast distiller is the first to use plants from Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden to create a unique Aussie-made Gin. And while the fancy tipple is all but already sold out, it's the proceeds ...
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GLENWORTH GETS READY FOR EXECUTIVE SLEEP OUT

The annual and very popular corporate Sleepout is changing its outdoor venue this year. Formerly held at the Australian Reptile Park, and known as the Zoo and Snooze, this year's famous sleep out will be ...
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BURTON TOYOTA SURF REPORT

After a long run of quality waves the swell is leaving us for a while. Expect small clean waves that will be gobbled up by the high tide becoming a little messy through the afternoon ...
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GAV’S WEATHER – ANZAC DAY FORECAST

More scattered shower activity is expected along the east coast. The slow high moving high will continue to trigger isolated showers over northern NSW and along the Queensland coast for another day. So more of ...
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GRADUATION DAY AN EXTRA SPECIAL OCCASION

It's taken years of hard work and study, but this month more than five-thousand students will celebrate their graduation from the University of Newcastle. And while it's a special time for them all, for one ...
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HEMP INDUSTRY ON CARDS FOR COAST

It's often divisive but hemp could soon become a major industry on the Central Coast. Legislative changes currently under review, may see the seeds made legal for consumption, which one local advocate believes could pave ...
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POLICE APPEAL FOR PUBLIC HELP IN FINDING FRAUDSTER

Police are on the hunt for a man who allegedly stole thousands of dollars from two elderly women. In February, a 91-year old lady was contacted by a man who asked for her personal details, ...
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CENTRAL COAST TRAIN SERVICES ON TRACK

Central Coast commuters could soon have services on the North Shore line slashed, according to a report from Transport for New South Wales. But the government today slammed the claims, saying the report is dated ...
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GAV’S WEATHER – MOSTLY FINE WEATHER TO CONTINUE

A little more scattered shower activity is expected for the week along the east coast but falls will be remain very isolated. Mostly fine for the majority of the region once again. The chance of ...
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MAN WANTED OVER FRAUD OF TWO ELDERLY WOMEN

Police have released CCTV footage of a man, following the defrauding of two elderly Central Coast women. In February this year, a 91-year-old woman was contacted by a man, who claimed he had found her ...
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GAS PRICES ON NATIONAL AGENDA

Manufacturing companies on the Central Coast admit they're struggling to remain competitive after being forced to contend with staggering gas prices. Their frustrations aired during a visit with the Opposition Leader ...
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YOUND DAD WINS BIG

A young dad on the Central Coast has 100,000 reasons to smile after a Lucky Lotteries win. He won first prize in a Lucky Lotteries Super jackpot draw, after choosing six random numbers. The man ...
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LITTLE CREEK CHEESE LEADING THE WAY

Within six years of opening their doors, Russell and Sue Parson have turned their love of cheese into an award winning business. Little Creek Cheese has recently boosted its accolades with a four medal haul ...
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POINT CLARE MAN YET TO BE SENTENCED OVER DRINK DRIVING

A 50 year old Point Clare man will be sentenced in June, after pleading guilty to high range drink driving, while his 11 year old daughter was a passenger in the car. Jeffery Robert Smith ...
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WEATHER: BYE BYE SUNSHINE

Cloud has been re building across the region as a little more scattered shower activity is ready to move in for the week. The slow high moving will now help to trigger a few showers ...
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SPEEDING DRIVERS FRUSTRATE POLICE

Police say they're dismayed at the number of drivers caught speeding over the Easter long weekend. 7,687 drivers in New South Wales were fined during Operation Tortoise, which began at 12.01am Thursday and concluded at ...
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AUSTRALIAN SISTERS SPLASHED WITH ‘ACID’ IN LONDON CLUB

An Australian model and her sister have been caught up in an acid attack in a London nightclub. Isobella Fraser, 22, was visiting her sister Prue, 20, who works as a nanny in London at ...
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CANNABIS CROP FOUND FOLLOWING BERKELEY VALE HOUSE FIRE

A hydroponic drugs set-up has been uncovered, after a house caught fire on the Central Coast. Police were at Berkeley Vale just before 10 o'clock last night, when they saw a nearby home alight ...
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DRUG SETUP REVEALED AFTER HOUSE FIRE

A house fire on the Central Coast has revealed a hydroponic cannabis crop of up to 500 plants. Police were patrolling on Wyong Road at Berkeley Vale around 10pm last night, when they saw a ...
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