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Tag: COVID19

Lake Macquarie hosts native plant giveaway

More than 3000 free native plants will be provided to Lake Macquarie residents next month as part of the council’s annual Native Plant Giveaway. The event is...

Year 12 students say 2020 has “brought them closer”

Kotara High School captains Heath Goodman and Meg Donnan say being a Year 12 student in 2020 has meant learning lessons that extend beyond the classroom. Forfeiting...

Prime Minister visits Hunter to reveal energy plan

Energy companies need to step up and fill the gap left by the closure of Liddell power station, or the Federal Government will act. That’s the message...

Creating peace through upcycling

While most Hunter residents are sleeping at 2am, Wallsend's Jeff Carr is creating wooden art pieces, hoping to bring a smile to the face of at least one stranger.

Future University of Newcastle students given a boost

Year 12 students can breathe a sigh of relief, thanks to a welcomed move by the University of Newcastle today. The university has announced a sector-first, COVID-19...

Arts to shine at inaugural festival in Newcastle

Dancing, puppeteers, smoke and lights. City of Newcastle put on a show today to announce its new flagship arts festival. ‘New Annual’ will run from 12 to...

Formals back on the calendar in NSW schools

By this Friday, 11 September, all schools across NSW will have received the COVID-19 safety plan guidance for Year 12 graduations and formals. After initial resilience, NSW...

Fighting back: How Newcastle City kept its season alive

Newcastle City players almost didn’t take to the field this AFL season. COVID-19 put a stop to several revenue streams that make playing possible, such as fundraising...