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NRL: Refreshed Ponga hoping Knights pick up where they left off

Newcastle Knights superstar Kalyn Ponga achieved a fair bit of success in 2023. However, he’s hungry for more.

Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival rocks on with $10,000 windfall

One of the region’s most popular events, the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival, is among the beneficiaries of an Australian Government grant.

Your guide to markets in our region

Look no further, here's your comprehensive guide to markets in and around Newcastle and the Hunter this year.

Affordability is key for first home buyers says agent 

First home buyers need to 'crawl before they walk' says Curtis & Blair real estate agent Jane Blair... and Medowie is a perfect place to start.

Used phones dials up help for domestic violence victims

“This initiative gives those phones a second life and people in very traumatic situations some much-needed assistance.”

Numbers expected to pour into Morisset

The former Morisset Golf Course is the latest Lake Macquarie site to be transformed into a property hot spot, with numbers to soon reach 50k.

Your guide to Hunter Christmas Lights

If you love to look at Christmas lights, this list could help you discover a festive display in your area.

Amazing Myf adds her own magic to The Rocky Horror Show

Popular broadcaster, television presenter, journalist and writer Myf Warhurst doesn’t mind challenging herself.

Retirement villages: The solution to housing/healthcare stress?

A new report claims retirement living is the solution to Australia’s housing crisis and rapidly ageing population. Here's my thoughts..

Jess Farchione: There’s an art to ordering a meal

If you asked those closest to me to describe Jess Farchione, I honestly don’t think you’d find too many who would use the term “easy-going”.

Support the key to rehabilitation at Neuro Alliance 

Thornton-based business Neuro Alliance is offering individuals with neurological conditions a sense of community on the road to recovery.  

Dawn French adds third show in Newcastle

Due to overwhelming demand, promoters have added a third Dawn French show to her schedule at Newcastle’s Civic Theatre in 2024.
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