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Tag: Warners Bay

Fortress Newcastle: film celebrates city’s past

During World War 2 'Fortress Newcastle' was established to protect a city with less than 100,000 people - Local filmmaker explains why in the next edition of Stories of our Town.

Hunter Scout groups receive upgrade windfall

Eight Scouts NSW units in the Hunter can now tackle upgrade projects of their respective facilities, thanks to a $327,000 windfall.

Novocastrian van Egmond packing bags for Tokyo

Novocastrian Emily van Egmond is packing her bags for Tokyo after being named in the Australian Matildas squad for the upcoming Olympic Games.

Sorry more than a word for students

Students from St Mary’s Primary School Warners Bay donned red, yellow and black shirts to offer a heartfelt apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people this week. They were then arranged on...

Heritage walk to showcase suburb’s colourful history

A new heritage walk in Warners Bay will cover the area's first recorded European visitor, Reverend Lancelot Threlkeld, and its 1830 settlement.

Police appeal after man assaulted at Warners Bay

UPDATE: Lake Macquarie Police District has been conducting inquiries into an alleged assault in Warners Bay in the early hours of New Year’s Day (Friday 1 January). Following extensive inquiries, police have determined the...

Warners Bay couple ready for a happy New Year

A Warners Bay couple have had a truly Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a Happy New Year after being gifted an Instant Scratch-Its ticket that won them $150,000. The top prize...

Woman charged over alleged bushfire and COVID-19 assistance fraud

Detectives have charged a woman from Warners Bay over alleged fraud relating to bushfire support recovery grants. Strike Force Roche was established in April 2020 by several police districts within the Northern Region...