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Painting stories for a living

Jasmine Craciun has been painting for as long as she can remember. The now 22-year-old first picked up a...

Coaches encouraged to ask ‘Hey Sport, R U OK?’

With junior sports returning to courts, fields and pitches across the Hunter this month, coaches are being urged to have an important...

Home learning a possible teaching tool for the future

Setting up school in your home during COVID-19 may result in a positive outcome. While parents and carers became...

Bell’s reflection one of this year’s Kilgour Prize finalists

Michael Bell says he is thrilled to have been chosen as one of the finalists in the...

Appeal for information after armed robbery

Police are appealing for assistance after the armed robbery of a service station at Lake Macquarie early this morning.

A positive attitude will take you far in life

Our regular columnist, Stephen Smith from Merewether Fitness Studio, discusses the 'glass half full' or 'glass half empty' proverb.

Seeing red

What better time than winter to brighten your smile with a bold, red lip? Bobbi Brown luxe lip colour...

Calls to extend JobKeeper

The Hunter's Federal MPs have thrown their support behind a Labor Party campaign calling for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to extend JobKeeper...

Maitland Athletics Centre nearing completion

Work is nearing completion on Maitland’s $10.5 million athletics centre project, with the facility set to open next month.

People power key to success: Jets coach Carl Robinson

If you’ve passed Newcastle Jets’ head coach Carl Robinson on his daily walk to Nobbys Lighthouse, chances are you’d know first-hand that...

Fire dumplings in chilli oil

Newcastle Weekly encourages you to warm up the winter nights and bring some spice into the kitchen with this fire dumplings in...

Up and away at Newcastle Airport

Newcastle Airport has experienced its busiest day of flights since coronavirus hit the country. It coincides with the opening...

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