John McNamara has over 30 years of experience in senior business management roles ranging from transport to information technology and international telecommunications.
Since 2000, John, Karen and their two boys have lived at Warnervale. During this time they have been active in the community and especially sport. John is currently President of Warnervale Wildcats Sports Club. The club includes Rugby Union, Cricket and Netball clubs.
Councillor McNamara’s priorities include local job creation, new sporting fields, a new motor sports facility, no coal mine in our valleys and no coal loader at Blue Haven and better economic management of our rates.
Councillor McNamara serves on the Wyong Shire Sports Committee; the Central Coast Regional Organisation of Council; Gosford/Wyong Councils' Water Authority Board; Greater Toukley Vision Inc.; and is an alternate delegate for the Wyong Chamber of Commerce.
Daniel McBreen Born in the UK but raised in Newcastle, McBreen made his NSL debut for Newcastle United in 2000, before moving to Romania and joining one of the country’s big three clubs Universtatea Craiova.
He spent two years there and then signed with Scottish Premier League club Falkirk, before stints at English sides Scunthorpe United and York City.
He moved back north to Scottish side St Johnstone and scored against Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi final, but moved back to York City for the 2008/09 season.
In 2009 he signed with North Queensland Fury, but after signing with the Mariners left midway through the year and signed a short term deal with Perth, where he scored 5 goals in 6 matches, and was named in the Qantas Socceroo squad for an Asian Cup qualifier against Indonesia in January 2010.
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Darren Webber and family have lived in Wyong Shire for over sixty years. I grew up in the Shire, attended Primary School at Berkeley Vale and trade school at Wyong. I worked as an electrician locally for a number of years and now run my own small business in home theatre installation.
I have a strong interest in my community and get a lot out of community service. Since I was 16 I have been an active surf lifesaver and have served both as Club Captain and Club President. I have been honoured to be both Junior Lifesaver of the year and Cadet of the year.
My interest in politics was aroused when I was seriously injured in a work accident and experienced first hand the poor state of our hospitals.