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Agent confident Longworth House sale imminent

The sale of Newcastle’s Longworth House is causing quite a stir amongst local history buffs. Built in 1892, the baroque-style building located on Scott Street is expected to fetch up to $3 million,...

Bathers Way walk to promote kindness

Michelle Boundy says what the world needs now is kindness. After her son was king hit on a night out in Newcastle two years ago, Michelle has learned that what matters most is...

In knead of a good scone? Saturday’s sale should impress

The secret to a good scone, Jessica Ingram says, is not over-kneading the dough, using a very hot oven, and adding lots of jam and cream. As the publicity manager of Newcastle Evening...

What’s On: 5 November edition

A regular event listings page to let you know what's happening, when, and where, across the Hunter Region. It also features in our print magazine. IS THIS THING ON: A free show for...

Newcastle author pens series that began as a gift

Julie Keating is a Novocastrian who loves local history. The retired librarian says she savours the time spent researching her favourite topic, Newcastle in the 1800s. Ms Keating published Adamstown and Broadmeadow: The early...

Wheels turn on $3.1 million cycling project

Newcastle cyclists will soon move through the gears on a new route as the first stage of a $3.1 million project races along. Construction has begun on the development of a cycleway linking...

City unveils state-of-the art digital library

The most digitally advanced library in NSW opened its doors today on the ground floor of the City of Newcastle’s new Customer Service Centre in Newcastle West.   The Digital Library offers visitors a range of state-of-the-art digital technologies, including a podcasting...

Spoilt for choice to entertain in heart of west end

With the harbour foreshore, Honeysuckle precinct and beaches at the east end, you’ll be spoilt for choice to entertain and be entertained.