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NEW CHANGES TO REAL ESTATE LEGISLATION

Tenants who are living in a property which has been repossessed now have greater protection, following changes to the real estate legislation. Read More »

DRURY READY FOR FINAL FIGHT

He’s graced the boxing ring for almost a decade, but Tuggerah’s Tim Drury is preparing for what will be his last fight on home soil. With a young family on the way, the 32-year old has decided to change his focus. But, he’s got one more bout to think about first, the World Welterweight Title. Read More »

DEBATE OVER COAL MINE CONTINUES

The state government won’t say if it will approve a coal mine proposed for the the Yarramalong and Dooralong valleys. The Shadow Minmister for the Central Coast, Chris Hartcher, has raised the issue in parliament, but the government says it needs more time to weigh up the arguments for and against the long-wall mine. Read More »

GRIDIRON PLAYER MAKES STATE SIDE – NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Without ever playing a competition game, a young Central Coast gridiron player has claimed a spot in the state team, going on to win the national championships. Corban Turner now hopes his success will inspire others to join the sport so the Central Coast can have a team of its own. Read More »

VETERAN RACE CALLER FINISHES CAREER

He’s got one of the most recognisable voices in the sport of kings. But after 45 years behind the microphone, Ian Craig has called his final horse race, back where his career began. Read More »

LEAGUE WASH-OUT HALTS COMPETITION

There was no movement on the Central Coast rugby league ladder after round 12 with all games abandoned due to the poor weather. With soggy grounds around the coast still closed, it’s uncertain whether teams will get a run this weekend. Read More »

GOSFORD ON TOP OF UNION LADDER

Gosford’s away win over Avoca Beach in round nine of the Central Coast Rugby Union has been hailed as a breakthrough in this season’s comp. The Sharks have a history of home ground wins, but Saturday’s victory by Gosford has seen them secure top spot on the ladder. Read More »

CRUSADERS CRUISE TO VICTORY

The Central Coast Crusaders have surged to the top of pool-C after 14 rounds of the men’s state league basketball competition. Former NBL star, Ian Robilliard, made a successful return in the 95 to 48 victory over Dubbo at Terrigal Stadium. Read More »

ROBBIE WRAPPED WITH BAY TO BAY RESULT

After finishing second in the Bay to Bay fun run yesterday, Matt Robbie will now focus on the City to Surf, and the Australian Half Marathon in August. Robbie finished three minutes behind Martin Dent who won the event in record time. Read More »

RED DEVILS SET THE STANDARD IN CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION

Gosford has ended Avoca’s unbeaten run in Central Coast Rugby Union. In other results, Kariong beat Northlakes and Ourimbah outclassed Warnervale. The Woy Woy/Terrigal game was postponed because of wet grounds, which also affected the match of the round. ROUND NINE RESULTS: GOSFORD 22 AVOCA 17 KARIONG 27 NORTHLAKES 10 OURIMBAH 20 WARNERVALE 5 Read More »

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