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Another bank abandons people in electorate: Hornery

The closure of another Newcastle Permanent branch in her electorate has upset Wallsend state MP Sonia Hornery. The financial institute’s CEO Bernadette Inglis announced this week it was shutting a further three outlets...

Newcastle Permanent plans multi-million dollar investment

Newcastle Permanent plans to reinvest millions into refurbishing eight existing branches, following the news three outlets will shut their doors next month. CEO Bernadette Inglis outlined a number of changes on Tuesday 16...

You can bank on employees’ long-serving dedication

Collectively, Jenni Papanicolaou, Carolyn Hore and Jen Wallace boast a total of 143 years at Newcastle Permanent, which is an amazing achievement in anyone’s language. And, as the organisation celebrated its 118th anniversary...

COVID-19 fails to hamper Hunter spending habits

It appears as though the many challenges of COVID-19 haven’t hampered the buying habits of Hunter residents in the latter stages of 2020. According to Newcastle Permanent’s latest Customer Spend Trend Report, it...

Toy drive hopes to make Christmas bright

For over 30 years, Newcastle Permanent has joined forces with The Salvation Army to brighten Christmas for families in need across the Hunter, by collecting presents for children and teenagers. “We’re calling on...

Newcastle’s mathematicians rewarded

Do you know how many minutes are in 210 seconds?What about how many letters of the word BATH have two lines of symmetry? It’s questions like these the Newcastle Permanent has been putting...

First female Chair of Charitable Foundation Board

The Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation has its first ever female Chair, with non-executive Director Jennifer Leslie appointed the position. It follows Phil Neat’s retirement following 17 years of service, four of which he...

Wildlife charity, Rural Fire Service benefit from donations

Donations from Newcastle Permanent employees are being put to good use, with two local organisations set to benefit. The Rural Fire Service (RFS) and Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service (WIRES) will receive...