Agenda Archives


February/March 2011 edition reports on Special Training Feature; Back to the Polls; West Gosford Upgrade;Is a Flood Levy the Answer?



December/January 2010/2011 edition reports on St Philips Christian School Feature; Draft LEP update; The Landing in Gosford; Gosford Chamber donates money to Brisbane Water Local Area Command; Growth Implications and Creative Hub for Gosford City.



October/November 2010 edition reports on the Performing Art Centre; GTC Car Parking dilemma; Modern Awards; The Sales Cycle; Apprentice Kickstart extension and Gosford RSL Club.


August/September 2010 - The August edition reports on the dilemma facing Starship Cruises and their place on the Gosford waterfront.. We take a look at some of the top performing women in business in our region and share their journey. The Gosford Race Club graces the centrespread with a new development just around the corner. Kevin Booth reaches a milestone with one of the longest serving family businesses on the coast.


Our June/July 2010 issue looks at the renewed Bluetongue Stadium sponsorship and the new brewery soon to be opened in Warnervale. We feature all things marketing and specifically what company does what to help SME's get a heads up on the marketing mix available to them on the coast. There is an 8 step guide to Credit Control and a look at Gosford's plan to beat vacancy rates in the CBD. Aldi comes to the Imperial Shopping Centre and a glimpse at the up coming contest for the Federal Seat of Robertson, soon to be contested.


April/May 2010 - In this edition we feature the end of financial year for 2009/10 and wait for the Henry report to explain how future taxation might look.


February/March 2010 reports on an exciting new partnership between Job Centre Australia and Borg manufacturing based in Somersby. This issue features the annual training feature where we consider the employment and training situation within the region. There is discussion on Industrial relations as well as the economic and employment strategy as it affects our region. We take a look at the draft LEP for Gosford and provide an update on the Federal Budget. Our member profile feature chats with Laurie O'Brien of Bridgecoast Finance and we report on the OHS High Court ruling on Graeme Kirk's appeal.


Our December/January 2009/2010 edition has a pictorial essay on the city's Santa Parade featuring Safari Kimanzi, the young burns victim from Africa. It takes a look at the e-waste problem that is fast becoming hazardous to the environment. We look at reducing your environmental footprint and take a look at how the ETS can turn a profit to business. Oliver Philpott takes control of Central Coast Tourism and the date is set for sinking the ex HMAS Adelaide. The West Gosford Intersection is still to be decided with the RTA option being opposed. Palmdale appoints a new CEO and Michelle Allen of WebStuffBiz gets her just reward.