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John Hunter’s solar plan receives green tick of approval

John Hunter is set to face the biggest solar panel installation of any hospital in Australia under Hunter New England Local Health District's (HNELHD) new plans to become fully carbon and waste...

Zara’s House builds a brighter future for refugees

A Hunter charity has helped five refugees call Newcastle home. Zara’s House is a place of welcome for female immigrants and their children, providing programs to support their integration into Australian society. The Jesmond-based...

Road users urged to be wary of school zones

Road users have been reminded to remain vigilant when it comes to driving in and around school zones, with many students heading back to class today. Lake Macquarie City Council urges parents, carers...

Lake Macquarie welcomes 40 new citizens

Lake Macquarie resident Fulgence Mbonimpa was one of 40 new citizens who celebrated becoming Australians during a ceremony at Rathmines Theatre today. Moving from his native Burundi, a small landlocked country in...

Severe thunderstorm warning for Hunter

The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Hunter this evening. Experts predict it is likely to produce damaging winds, large hailstones and heavy rainfall that may lead...

Hunter’s hospitality, tourism businesses feel the impact of COVID-19 cluster

Hunter hospitality and tourism businesses are feeling the impacts of the emerging COVID-19 situation stemming from Sydney’s Northern Beaches. That's according to the Hunter Business Chamber, which has urged businesses and the community...

COVID-19 case visits McDonald’s Raymond Terrace, Forster cafe

NSW Health has issued a public health alert for McDonald's at Raymond Terrace after a confirmed case visited the venue last week. Anyone who attended the venue at William Bailey Street on Tuesday...

Vets warn of potential rise in pinkeye cases

Hunter Local Land Services' District Vets are urging landholders, particularly cattle farmers, to prepare now for a potential rise in pinkeye cases over the next few weeks. Pinkeye is a bacterial infection of...
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