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Tag: Lake Macquarie mayor Kay Fraser

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...

Thomas H Halton Park’s $4.5m upgrade in full swing

Work has started on a $4.5 million transformation of Thomas H Halton Park in Croudace Bay. The development, guided by the Thomas H Halton Park Master Plan, involves the construction of a new accessible...

GALLERY: Lake Mac community celebrates in style

The annual Lake Mac Awards is always a highlight on the region’s social calendar. And, it was no different last Saturday night at the Belmont 16s when the community gathered for a gala...

GALLERY: Lake Mac legends honoured at ceremony

Shining lights of Lake Macquarie’s community were recognised for their tireless service, talent and dedication as part of the annual Lake Mac Awards last night. Disability services advocate Jonathon Power was named 2021...

Unique program forging local Gen Z career pathways

Amanda Shields always knew she wanted to work outdoors in a hands-on role. And, thanks to an industry-leading Lake Macquarie City Council employment program aimed at young people graduating from school, university or...

GALLERY: The Place celebration 10 years in the making

The Place: Charlestown Community Centre recently marked an important milestone in its history – a decade of compassion and goodwill towards Lake Macquarie residents. Staff, board members, volunteers, tenants, hirers, local dignitaries, community...

Lake Macquarie fast-tracks $3m worth of projects

Lake Macquarie City Council will keep the region’s economic wheels turning in 2021, with $3 million worth of projects being fast-tracked. Ten playgrounds, multiple shared paths stretching from Cameron Park to Cardiff and...

Lake Macquarie on road to recovery

Lake Macquarie is on the road to recovery, post COVID-19, courtesy of council’s capital works program. The organisation spent almost $100 million across the city in the 2019-20 financial year, keeping the wheels...
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