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Tuesday, June 07, 2022
The Community Environment Network (CEN) will be hosting a Winter Solstice celebration at its Wildplant Nursery on Friday, June 24 from 4pm to 6pm. Special guests will include author Julie Brett, local gardening personality Cheralyn Darcey and Traditional Custodian Tracey Howie. “The changing of the seasons is such an important part of what takes place in nature and, as the Central Coast’s peak...
Monday, May 23, 2022
Thankyou Australia. On Saturday, we provided ourselves with a new chance to make a difference to our future. Inner city electorates and many other voters across Australia have asked for change. The LNP lost its way when they turned against the scientific fact and called climate change a crock. It has taken almost 10 years to bear fruit. I believe this point in time may be seen in future as a...
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
The Community Environment Network (CEN) is inviting Central Coast residents to celebrateThe Community Environment Network (CEN) is inviting Central Coast residents to celebrateWorld Wetlands Day 2022 by attending ‘Breakfast with the Birds’. This popular annual event will be held at the Pioneer Dairy on Sunday, February 6. Event organiser and CEN’s Central Coast Waterwatch coordinator, Rachael...
Monday, September 20, 2021
The Community Environment Network (CEN) has called upon the Central Coast Council to finally expand the Coastal Open Space System (COSS) to the whole Central Coast Local Government Area. “We are now in the sixth year of the amalgamated Central Coast Council and it is time for the Council to fulfil its commitments – made in the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036; the Central Coast Community...
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