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Hunter Park project funding receives ‘thumbs up’

The Hunter Sports and Entertainment Precinct at Broadmeadow is one step closer to fruition, four years after the project was first unveiled. The NSW Government announced on Tuesday 22 June it would allocate...

Hunter Homeless Connect welcomes helping hand

A Newcastle-based organisation that provides vital support to people who are experiencing homelessness or doing it tough has been given a much-needed hand. As the beneficiary of the 2021 Annual Lord Mayor Prayer Breakfast, Hunter Homeless Connect received a cheque...

Community input sought to imagine ‘a place for everyone’

City of Newcastle is inviting the community to identify the barriers to social inclusion as it develops a new Social Strategy. The proposal will provide the foundations for a range of planning decisions...

Mentoring program gives rise to more tourism experiences

Sourdough-making classes, quirky art workshops and sight-seeing bike rides with a twist will be served up to tourists as part of a push to expand Newcastle’s tourism experiences. Fifteen Newcastle businesses – Baked...

City of Newcastle claims two major awards

In a coup for council, City of Newcastle recently walked away with two major honours at the New South Wales Local Government Awards in Sydney. The City’s COVID-19 Community and Economic Resilience Package,...

City brings compost revolution to family home

Newcastle households are being given the opportunity to take up home composting and reduce the amount of food waste going to landfill. Residents will be offered a 75% discount off the recommended retail price, as well as free...

Lifeguard Body’s brave deed recognised

One of the City of Newcastle’s courageous lifeguards has been honoured with a national award. When an eight-year-old girl was swept on her bodyboard out of Newcastle’s Canoe Pool, onto the rocks and into the...

Mayfield, New Lambton welcome new playgrounds

The Mayfield and New Lambton communities welcomed two upgraded playgrounds at the weekend. The enhancements were part of City of Newcastle’s $1.4 million investment in recreational facilities across the city in 2020/21. “Our local...
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