New South Wales News

Mon 3 Sep 2018

Drought inspires new song from Cassar-Daley

Drought inspires new song from Cassar-Daley

WATCH: Heartfelt tune unveiled live on air during drought fundraiser

Sun 2 Sep 2018

Breast cancer exercise group much more than fitness

Breast cancer exercise group much more than fitness

CONNECTING, sharing, fitness, fun and self-confidence are what the Encore breast cancer exercise program is all about.

Sat 1 Sep 2018

Take a Memory Walk to fight dementia

Take a Memory Walk to fight dementia

POLITICIAN Emma McBride made a promise to her mother to do "everything I could to help people living with dementia and those who care for them".

Wed 29 Aug 2018

Pensioner says caravan park residents are being ripped off

Pensioner says caravan park residents are being ripped off

Tweed pensioners says vulnerable caravan park residents are being ripped off with illegal and exorbitant power bills.

Wed 22 Aug 2018

Drought-hit farmers to receive ‘substantial’ rain

Drought-hit farmers to receive ‘substantial’ rain

A SUBSTANTIAL rain event is barrelling towards NSW and is expected to relieve one of the driest Augusts in Australian history.

Mon 20 Aug 2018

Dramatic pictures of ferocious fire

Dramatic pictures of ferocious fire

TOWERING firefronts, burnt bush and some rescued wildlife — these are the images after NSW firefighters battled a bushfire emergency.

Wed 1 Aug 2018

Bluesfest calls in all the usual suspects for 2019

Bluesfest calls in all the usual suspects for 2019

MUSIC stars Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Kasey Chambers, Snarky Puppy, Kurt Vile and more announced for 30th anniversary event.

New protections for stopped emergency vehicles

New protections for stopped emergency vehicles

FROM today a new road rule will start in NSW to improve the safety of emergency workers when they are stopped on the road.

Tue 31 Jul 2018

Why grocery prices are set to soar

Why grocery prices are set to soar

YOUR supermarket trips could soon become a whole lot more expensive, with prices on track to skyrocket across Australia.

Fri 27 Jul 2018

Star Maker hopes to leave Coast festival with new fans

Star Maker hopes to leave Coast festival with new fans

ULTIMATELY he hopes to take on America, but in August, this year's Tamworth Country Music Festival Star Maker winner Brad Cox, is on the main stage on the Coast

Thu 26 Jul 2018

Coast music association plays lead in festival history

Coast music association plays lead in festival history

THE new Central Coast Country Music Association president and life member Cathy Hogan loves the friendship of like-minded people and the music.

Wed 25 Jul 2018

Drums beat for 21 years of Brackets and Jam

Drums beat for 21 years of Brackets and Jam

BRACKETS and Jam at Kincumba Mountain has become a community, rather than just a monthly musical event over the past 21 years.

Tue 24 Jul 2018

August is Carnevale at The Art House

August is Carnevale at The Art House

IT STARTED simply enough with a mask-making challenge for members of the Tuggerah Lakes Art Society, but has grown into a celebration of art.

Mon 23 Jul 2018

What's On: Central Coast

What's On: Central Coast

SEE what's on around the Central Coast to enjoy these coming months.

Sun 22 Jul 2018

The real Spike Milligan is back home in Woy Woy

The real Spike Milligan is back home in Woy Woy

THE Spike Milligan Exhibition at Woy Woy Library, is as much about the man as the comedian, actor and writer who gained fame in The Goon Show.

Wed 18 Jul 2018

Seniors tick off 'bucket list' with VR technology

Seniors tick off 'bucket list' with VR technology

“My goodness.” “Oh, that’s beautiful.” The reactions of the elderly as they are taken on a journey to tick off some of their unfulfilled dreams are priceless.

Thu 28 Jun 2018

Artist calls on war heritage to honour Armistice

Artist calls on war heritage to honour Armistice

ARTIST Peter Skinner, whose father fought on the Western Front and his uncle at Gallipoli, created murals for the Erina Men's Shed Armistice Centenary Garden.

Wed 27 Jun 2018

Questions still being answered at family history group

Questions still being answered at family history group

AN INTEREST in family history can be awakened in many ways, but for one of the founding members of Wyong Family History Group, it was as simple as a baby book.

Tue 26 Jun 2018

Getting to know your Windows 10 computer

Getting to know your Windows 10 computer

Central Coast trainers Sally Harrold & Ally Jones use easy to understand language that will demystify your devices and empower you to use them with confidence.

Council tackles grants, homelessness and a mine challenge

Council tackles grants, homelessness and a mine challenge

IN ANOTHER big month for Central Coast Council, more than $420,000 in grants have been awarded to community organisations.

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