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CENTRAL COAST COUNCIL MOST COMPLAINED ABOUT IN NSW

It’s a dubious honour, but Central Coast Council is officially the most complained about local council in the state. New government figures show 32 grievances were filed by residents between 2016 and 2017. The organisation, however, was quick to point out in a statement that many were filed during the turbulent amalgamation process, and per head, the percentage of complaints is quite low. (no audio)

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VISION EMERGES OF M1 SPIN OUT

VIDEO: ANDREA PERET Vision has emerged of the moment a car, lost control and spun off the M1 on the Central Coast. The footage, shows the car travelling north near Tuggerah, when the driver loses control – sending the car spinning – and into the median strip. Amazingly no other cars were caught up in the incident. It’s not known whether the driver was injured.

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TRAFFIC RETURNING TO NORMAL AFTER M1 CRASH

Traffic is slowly returning to normal, after a single-vehicle crash southbound on the M1 at Wyee this morning. Emergency services were called to the scene, south of the Mandalong Road interchange at around 9 o’clock after reports a car had veered off the road. The 46-year-old driver, who was the only person in the car, was trapped for a short time. He was flown to John Hunter Hospital in a stable condition with shoulder, arm and leg injuries. A driver, in his 40s, has been airlifted to the John Hunter Hospital this morning after his car veered off the road into bushland near Wyee @nbnnews pic.twitter.com/cIYAuO5A6w — Jacinta Lee (@jacinta_lee3) June 3, 2018 WYEE: All southbound lanes have reopened on the M1 approaching Hue Hue Rd after a single car crash. Continue to allow extra travel time until traffic returns …

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MINISTER FOR SPORT ANNOUNCES LOCAL SPORTS FUNDING

Minister for Sport, Stuart Ayres, was on the Central Coast today announcing funding for local clubs. $50,000 from the state government’s Local Sport Grant Program is going to a number of organisations in the Terrigal electorate. Gosford City Basketball, Erina Rugby League, Terrigal Rugby and North Avoca Surf Lifesaving Club, among those set to benefit.

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