In 2020, the Central Coast continues to take steps forward in creating a city for the future. Central Coast Leagues Club is doing just that with the appointment of a forward-thinking CEO - Edward Camilleri.   Central Coast Leagues Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Edward Camilleri to the role...

As event organisers, we’re in a good position to offer our opinion as to the “do’s” and “don'ts” of Christmas party behaviour! For many of us, it has been a long year for your business and now it’s time to celebrate the team’s successes. While this is still a celebration, it is...

Welcome to a new month and welcome to our feature - SMALL BUSINESS SEPTEMBER! This month we're focusing on Small Businesses, according to local data*, there are 8,033 businesses that can be classified as small businesses on the Coast. We know that running a small business can be one of the biggest...

In the lead up to Central Coast Chronicle's first birthday, I've been thinking about how we can add value to the Central Coast Chronicle service for our members.   We've now introduced, Valued Added Goodness. Updated weekly, the Value Added Goodness content will include everything from offers exclusively for our members, highlighted events,...

As we approach the one year mark for Central Coast Chronicle (already?!) I'm excited to share the very first new offering to new customers of Central Coast Chronicle. Have you been watching us, thinking I love that, but I just have one event that I'm working on at the moment? Well then,...

There's still time to get creative over the Easter break, below we share some ideas. - If you're a cafe it could be a great idea to give customers a free Easter egg with every coffee order and for kids or any baby-chino order, a bunny shaped cookie. - If you're a...