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Rebecca Riddle

GALLERY: Masterchef’s meat-free menu wows diners

Warners 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 for the Senses event. Despite the heat, the charismatic...

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 food production. The St Mary’s Primary School Warners Bay...

Exhibition to take new look at domestic life

Art lovers with an affinity for their homes and their creature comforts are expected to feel a fondness for Newcastle Art Gallery’s latest exhibition. Entitled DOMESTIC BLISS: functional works from the collection, the...

Hunter woman wins case against disgraced surgeon

After three failed attempts at breast augmentation and the consequent shedding of countless tears, Karuah woman Krystal Bailey has finally had a win. Thanks to her Newcastle-based lawyer Catherine Henry, the young mum...

Newy blood donors respond to urgent plea

When the Redcross Blood Service issued an urgent call out for donors last week, they never imagined they’d receive the support they did. Seven days after pleading with Australians to roll up their...

Tomaree group say jetty plan will boost tourism

Peter Clough believes a ferry and cruise service to the Tomaree Headland would effectively showcase the region’s spectacular waterways. As president of the Tomaree Headland Heritage Group, Mr Clough is urging the community...

Mitch Revs is changing the colour of 2020

While his artwork remains quintessential Newcastle, Mitch 'Revs' Resevsky is hoping his latest exhibition reflects a new calm that has come about after a year that was like no other. The 30-year-old artist,...

Kindergarten class of 2021 begin their transition

Holy Cross Primary School’s 2021 Kindergarten class want two questions answered before starting big school next year.  “Does the canteen sell ham and cheese toasties?” and “What happens if a bird bites me at...

Iconic Aussie pair produce ‘Darn a Good Yarn’

There are few organisations that encapsulate the Australian spirit more aptly than the Royal Flying Doctors Service of Australia (RFDS) and the Country Women’s Association of Australia (CWA). For almost a century, the...

Rare birds return to Hexham Swamp

Hunter birdwatchers are aflutter after confirmed sightings of a pair of Black-necked Storks at Hexham Swamp earlier this month. The adult pair of the endangered birds were seen by members of the Hunter...

Cupcakes and Christmas find youth a creative home

In his dreams, 19-year-old Novocastrian James* wears a superhero cape and mask. Rather than leap off tall buildings though, the former Kotara High School student has visions of feeding people tasty treats. Some are...

Bridging the gap between girls and sport

When Kirsten Ansell launched her inaugural Girls Day Out last Wednesday, she never dreamt it would cause such a stir amongst Novocastrian youngsters. As founder of Host a Surfer, Kirsten was hoping to...