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Website last updated: Wednesday 3 March 2021
    *  AGM now POSTPONED, and ePetition update

   * The first of many items about the CCC's Flood policies

Instant Notices...

Central Coast Council Judicial Inquiry Petition successful.  Over 20,000 signatures means it will be debated in and webcast from the Legislative Assemby @ 4pm Thursday 6 May 2021. More here...
 
2021 AGM POSTPONED - full explanation here...
 
December 2020 Newsletter - in FULL COLOUR  here and now. - with more on the Bridge.
 
Climate Change & Council - Check it out here... TO BE A MAJOR ISSUE THIS YEAR
  
OUR Island Bridge update - see "Our Island Bridge" page to find out what's happening.
 
"Unhappy Bridge" - a new page about the problems with our bridge here.
    
Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...

Meeting Minutes and MORE - here...
 
Print a Map of the Island! -  here...

SUNSETSIPS are back...

  • POSTPONED Thursday March 11 - 7:30pm Annual General Meeting @ The Cove Hall at the traffic lights near Daleys Kitchen - here...
  • Saturday April 3 - SunsetSips 2021#2 at Attunga - 5pm here. Celebrate the end of Daylight Savings the next morning.
  • Thursday May 6 @ 4pm - Debate and webcast of Central Coast Council financial crisis Judicial Inquiry. Info here...

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The Bicentennial Celebration on St Huberts Island

Below is an article from the Wednesday 16th March edition of the long defunct The Central Coast Sun.

It was written for the local newspaper by long-time Island resident Trish Schoer. Her husband Ken was an Island Committee member, while Trish contributed significantly to the creation and publishing of the Island History book.

If these newspaper pages are a bit difficult to read see the text of the article here
We have also sourced some photographs of the 200th birthday celebration. See them here

 

 

 

 If these newspaper pages are a bit difficult to read see the text of the article here

We have also sourced some photographs of the 200th birthday celebration. See them here