31 Dec Top stories from 2021
Here’s a wrap up of the top stories from 2021 that shaped the Central Coast…
Most recently our Central Coast Chronicle Summer Contacts guide has been incredibly popular.
In Early December we were thrilled to share the news that a Coast company was offering a COVID solution.
In November we created our BIGGEST guide to-date.
Our Christmas on the Coast guide. Supporting over 40 local businesses, it was an incredible privilege to promote these businesses – there’s still time to use some of the EXCLUSIVE discounts on offer and it’s one of our favourite top stories from 2021 – Chronicle Counsel: Christmas on the Coast
We were thrilled to be on site at Triple M Central Coast to celebrate 50 years of the iconic radio station. You can read all about the milestone here: Chronicle Counsel: 50 Years of 107.7 Triple M Central Coast.
Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch MP shared details of creating a “15 minute region” – you can read the details here:Chronicle Counsel: LIVING LOCAL ON THE COAST
2021 was the year of continuing innovation on the Coast and you can read more here: Chronicle Counsel: Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals on the Coast.
2021 was the year we learned that Hit 101.3 would be losing Gawndy, from its breakfast team, but we’re looking forward to welcoming Lakey with Maz in 2022. Read all about Gawndy’s departure, here: Chronicle Counsel: DANIEL ‘GAWNDY’ GAWNED DEPARTS
In 2021, during lockdown we created a number of guides promoting businesses, free of charge, to help the community thrive during the incredibly uncertain times we faced.
Our Wellness at Home guide, was so fulfilling to create and much like our Christmas on the Coast guide, really did highlight what an incredible community the Central Coast has. Read the guide here: Wellness at Home – Central Coast Chronicle’s guide.
Also during lockdown our clubs did their best to continue to support the community, this was exemplified by the efforts of Gosford RSL and you can read the details here, in another one of our favourite top stories from 2021: Chronicle Counsel: Gosford RSL Cooking 4 Coast Shelter.
We also celebrated the Olympics in 2021, and again, the Chronicle supported local businesses, free of charge and created a Global Feast Guide – Right here on the Coast.
Another business helping those in need during lockdown was Bilson Law – Chronicle Counsel: Bilson Law offers tips to help someone in need. Providing free legal tips during the lockdown period.
At the start of the year we were excited to take part in a number of events including the ClubsNSW Central Coast region fundraising day – which you can read here:Chronicle Counsel: ClubsNSW Central Coast Region raises incredible amount for Elsie’s Retreat Project.
There was an incredible evening with one of Australia’s most influential fashion identities, Samantha Wills you can read our review here: Event Review: An evening with Samantha Wills
And finally, one of our last posts for 2021 – What we’re looking forward to in 2022.