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Maitland combatting car litter with free reusable bags

Maitland City Council (MCC) has put out the challenge to its counterparts to safeguard our ecosystem. To encourage the appropriate disposal of litter while out...

Toy drive hopes to make Christmas bright

For over 30 years, Newcastle Permanent has joined forces with The Salvation Army to brighten Christmas for families in need across the Hunter, by...

Cinemas eye off big Boxing Day

Hunter cinema owners are counting on Boxing Day to reignite the industry following a tough COVID-19 impacted year. While most complexes in the region re-opened...

Social housing boost in Newcastle

Thirty-two new social housing homes at an investment of $11.59 million are on their way to Newcastle. The housing renewal projects, at Landa Parade and...

GALLERY: Masterchef’s meat-free menu wows diners

Warner’s Bay mother-of-four Steph De Sousa showcased her cooking prowess on Saturday evening, dishing up an assortment of delicacies at the third annual Feast...

Vegan burger: Rylan’s recipe for success

Rylan McElhone enjoys growing and cooking his own food, he is passionate about the plight of animals, and is interested in learning about sustainable...

BMG launches scholarship program to support Indigenous students

It represents Australian artists and songwriters like Peking Duk, Chet Faker, Crowded House and Tim Minchin, and now Indigenous students enrolled in the University...

Musicians fine-tune their work

It wasn’t only their instruments that needed fine-tuning when COVID-19 hit home. Like most others, Angamus Duo, made up of violinist Chin-Hwi Ang and pianist...

Keith Urban kicks off world tour in Newcastle

Country music superstar Keith Urban will touch down in Newcastle next year as part of his The Speed Of Now world tour. The four-time Grammy...

International recognition for Uni’s green initiatives

The University of Newcastle recently picked up three of the eight 2020 Australasian Green Gown Awards in the categories of climate action, benefiting society...

Owen Craigie’s Chasing the Energy

Rugby league prodigy Owen Craigie faced many challenges throughout his illustrious career – some good, some not-so-good. Once labelled the “best naturally talented player I...

Removing the red zone: Five years on

It’s been a long, tortuous battle spanning five years, and still Lindsay Clout is fighting for his community. President of the Coalition Against PFAS, the...