Welcome to HCS Online, a local news and information website that aims to revolutionise the way that our community connects.
We’re a community-specific news, information and engagement platform driven by locals, for locals to find out about and participate in what’s going on near you.
- to be a place where locals can buy, sell and trade with confidence
- to be the most trusted, comprehensive, and relevant news and information resource in your community
- to use our combined leverage to make the Hibiscus Coast a better place to live and work
- to revolutionise the way neighbours connect with each other and our communities.
What can you do on HCS Online
- Buy, sell and trade your new and second hand goods with local members
- Learn more about local businesses and the people behind them
- Keep up with news and events
- Check out photos and videos from around town
- Participate in discussions which are relevant to you
- Share your perspectives via our Local Voices blogging platform
- Submit your own announcements, photos, and reviews
- Vote on issues that are relevant to you
- Add your leverage to our community improvement projects
Where You Come In
We hope that our site will strengthen the Hibiscus Coast community and improve the lives of our residents, but we can’t do it without you. We’ve built HCS Online so that you have plenty of opportunities to comment on stories, share your opinions, post photos and announcements, and add events to the community calendar.
So what are you waiting for! And if you’re a business owner who wants to be listed, just let us know. contact us
We believe that you can’t truly serve a community unless you provide the help it needs most, which is why giving back is so important to us. We do it as part of our coverage — in a dedicated space that lets local charities and volunteers find each other.
Want to know more? Contact us
Read more about Hibiscus Coast Seconds Special Projects.
We hope that you enjoy the site.
Please feel free to contact us anytime, for any reason.
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