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Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter remediation approved

A proposal to remediate the former Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter site has been approved after a rigorous assessment by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE). The project, which began in...

Early Christmas for Love Water Grants recipients

Matt Rizzoli and David Sivyer are in celebration mode today. The duo from Feedback Organic, a sustainable food recovery waste business at Cardiff, was one of 20 recipients to benefit from a share...

Council to rezone land in Gillieston Heights South

A planning proposal to rezone land in Gillieston Heights South for residential purposes is now on public exhibition. Maitland City Council, working alongside Cessnock City Council, recently unveiled the Gillieston Heights South (Western...

Campaign hoping to reduce child pedestrian fatalities

Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation and Cessnock City Council are partnering up yet again to reduce child pedestrian injuries and fatalities across the LGA (local government area). Motorists will notice the “Holiday Time; Slow Down,...

Another Maccas slated for Cessnock

A “growing demand for food and beverages in the area” could result in another McDonald’s restaurant opening its doors in Cessnock. The fast-food giant hopes to establish a second outlet, this time in...

New foundation aims to safeguard Hunter’s future

The Hunter’s councils have announced plans to establish a new foundation to safeguard the future of the region by assisting with job creation and economic growth. The Hunter Joint Organisation, which is made...

Hitting the Retro Trail for regional tourism in the Hunter Valley

An old bank safe in the middle of a café in town, a pet shop that locals refer to as ‘the zoo’, and a 1930s horse trough in the main street. These are...

Cessnock projects receive $1.3 million funding

Cessnock City Council will fund four exciting community projects after garnering more than $1.3 million from the NSW Government’s Resources for Regions program. The organisation received $482,198 for the beautification of Kurri Kurri’s...
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