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Mixed feelings among Hunter business owners

As the nation continues to lower COVID-19 infection rates, business in the Hunter is slowly returning to normal. The latest edition of...

Technology keeps track of shared paths’ popularity

Lake Macquarie’s popular Fernleigh Track and Tramway Track will both now feature sensors to shed light on how often the paths are used. It’s hoped the new...

Spring cleaning with a purpose

As flowers bloom and temperatures soar, one thing is certain: spring has well and truly sprung in the Hunter and, with it, comes the annual spring clean.

What do you want from your libraries?

Hunter residents are being encouraged to voice what they expect from Newcastle Libraries in the future. The opinions will be used to create a Contemporary Libraries Infrastructure...

Hunter to shine a light on missing persons

More than 38,000 people go missing nationwide each year but an initiative is hoping to bring them home by encouraging Aussies to Leave A Light On. The...

New initiative to support locals living with dementia

Newcastle Libraries has launched a new initiative to support Novocastrians living with dementia in the hope of breaking down the stigma attached to the condition. The Memory...

Mileo pens homage to poor choices

Australian-born musician Mileo was getting ready to fly out to Los Angeles to record with producers and writers who had worked alongside the likes of Britney Spears, Selena Gomez and...

Geraldine wins Hunter Volunteer of the Year

Centre for Hope Founder Geraldine Moran has again been recognised for her efforts in the local community. The 2016 Lake Macquarie Citizen of the Year is...

Council urges caution as students return to school

Lake Macquarie City Council is reminding the community to take care when driving in school zones as students get ready to return to school this week. Parents,...

Businesses, police join forces on new beat

Business Improvement Associations (BIAs) across Newcastle will work with police to address the community's needs under a project known as 'Business Beat'. The first ‘Business Beat’ of...