Cessnock Golf Club goes into voluntary administration with debts of more than $10m

Donna Page
Updated May 14 2018 - 10:05am, first published 10:00am
MONEY MATTERS: Cessnock Golf Club is seeking expressions of interest for amalgamation after the club was placed in voluntary administration last month with debts of more than $10 million. Picture: Simone De Peak
MONEY MATTERS: Cessnock Golf Club is seeking expressions of interest for amalgamation after the club was placed in voluntary administration last month with debts of more than $10 million. Picture: Simone De Peak

A VOLUNTARY administrator has been called in to take control of the financially troubled Cessnock Golf Club as it struggles under the weight of more than $11 million debt.

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Donna Page

Donna Page

Investigative journalist at the Newcastle Herald

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