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Bobby’s memory lives on through Smith family

Robert “Bob” Palmer might be gone, but he’s not forgotten at the Shortland Devils, especially if Les and Jack Smith get their way.

UPDATE: Tedesco stars in Roosters’ win over Knights

James Tedesco has put in one of his best nights of the 2021 NRL season to help the Sydney Roosters to a 28-8 win over Newcastle.

Annesley vows NRLW will ‘go ahead’ in 2021

The Newcastle Knights’ chances of running onto the NRLW paddock remain high after Graham Annesley confirmed the Telstra Women’s Premiership would “absolutely” take place in 2021.

Australia to have 63 march in Tokyo

Patty Mills and Cate Campbell will lead a 63-strong Australian contingent at Friday's Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony.

It’s game on for women in sport

City of Newcastle is cementing its ongoing commitment to female sporting talent by sponsoring a range of women’s events including rugby, soccer and surfing over the next 12 months.

Performing arts advocate awarded Freeman of City honour

After a lifetime of dedication to the performing arts Mercia Buck OAM has been nominated for Lake Macquarie Freeman of the City.

UPDATE: Origin star Gagai bound for Knights

The Newcastle Knights might have missed out of NSW State of Origin forward Dale Finucane, but it appears the club’s secured the services of Queensland star Dane Gagai.

Vaughan calls for Ashes travel exemptions

Michael Vaughan says England team to be given travel exemptions so their families can enter and tour Australia for the Ashes series.

Maitland netball courts score financial goal

Construction on stage two of the Maitland Park Netball Court is scheduled to begin in November and be completed in April 2022.

Koroibete signs for Japan’s Wild Knights

Marika Koroibete is officially leaving Australian rugby and the Melbourne Rebels, with the winger confirming his move to Japan.

Exhibition to explore cultural connection to land

The Museum of Art and Culture in Lake Macquarie will open two new exhibitions this weekend.

Northern NSW on high alert, 136 new cases

NSW has reported 136 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, a new daily high, almost four weeks after lockdown began.
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