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Free Chemical CleanOut for household problem waste

Each year Lake Macquarie residents save approximately 80 tonnes of household problem waste from going to landfill by dropping off items such as poisons, pesticides, paints, batteries and gas bottles at a...

Community feedback sought on Coon Island name

Lake Macquarie City Council is seeking feedback on the community’s sentiment regarding the name of Coon Island and Coon Island Point. Council’s director service delivery John Ferguson said the organisation was encouraging public...

Tenders open to build a bridge across Cockle Creek

Tenders are now open for a project to construct a long-awaited bridge across Cockle Creek on The Weir Road at Barnsley. Lake Macquarie City Council Deputy Chief Executive Officer Tony Farrell said it...

Internet of Things available for Lake Mac innovators

Innovators, businesses, community groups and schools are being encouraged to connect to Lake Macquarie City’s Community Internet of Things (IoT) Network and experiment with sensors and data. The free-to-use public network is now...

Smart tech unlocks new storage solutions at Charlestown Swim Centre

Smart lockers using bluetooth and a simple-to-use mobile phone app are set to provide a safer place to store valuables at Charlestown Swim Centre. Swim Centres east team leader Chris Wilson said pool...

2021 Hunter Innovation Festival back with a bang

A region that puts its money where its mouth is when it comes to innovation… that’s us. Here in the Hunter, we don’t just talk the talk about making change for the better,...

Up and away: New event soars into Lake Macquarie

One of the US Navy’s most devastating WWII warbirds will thunder over Lake Macquarie next month as part of a new festival. Based on the Rathmines Foreshore, Up in the Air will feature...

Lake Mac budget set to deliver improvements

Improving the lifestyle and wellbeing of residents is a key focus area for Lake Macquarie City Council under its $367 million proposed Operational Plan for the next financial year. Council voted last night...
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