We're rapidly approaching Spring Fair and School Fete season. That means the demand for support from the local community is at an all time high. Local businesses are frequently approached for product or in-kind support, or even financial sponsorship. It's the way these events work. One of the many goals of Central Coast...

Well, it's here. Our first birthday! I thought I'd share four lessons that I've learnt over the last year. Lesson one: The importance of the phone call Talking to people has made Central Coast Chronicle what it is. Picking up the phone, organising a time to meet and showing them how Central Coast...

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,...

If you've missed our posts on Instagram and Facebook and indeed our blog posts here there's been a very good reason.   Our Founder, Brooke was ill (we'll spare you the horrid details!) and after presenting at her doctor's clinic with a RESTING heart rate of 175, it was in an ambulance...

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...

In the 2016 film La La Land, one of the first songs is “Someone in the Crowd”. If you haven’t seen the film or heard the song, do yourself a favour, and have a quick listen. (Note: link opens Spotify) While listening to the song on my way to a meeting, I found...

2018 - A reflection I wanted to take this opportunity to give you a bit of insight into what a big year 2018 was for the Chronicle. While the service launched in late July, as you'd all appreciate planning for the Chronicle was happening for the most part, a number of months beforehand...