Old Maitland Road Gets Attention

Cessnock City Council announced local roadworks, with the Australian and NSW Governments jointly contributing more than $3.7 million to three local projects. ...Nothing found

Five Cessnock LGA Projects Funded

Cessnock City Council selected five key projects eligible for Commonwealth funding of $1,065,399. New England Highway, Branxton. The following projects ...Nothing found

Paynes Crossing Soon no Pain

New Paynes Crossing Bridge. Construction starts soon to replace Paynes Crossing Bridge with a new two lane bridge. Paynes Crossing ...Nothing found

Black Spot funding for Sandy Creek Road

Cessnock City Council has funding for road works on Sandy Creek Road, from Quorrobolong to Mt Vincent.  A total of $343,500 will be ...Nothing found

Cessnock Council Spend

Over $40 million to be invested in boost for local economy. By Annaleize Hambling. It was a positive feeling in the Cessnock ...Nothing found

Branxton–Greta Cycleway Funded

Branxton to Greta Cycleway receives nearly $2 million funding. Cessnock City Council has secured $1,950,000  to build an off-road, shared cycleway between Branxton and ...Nothing found

Brown Bomber Raids Resume

Parking patrols to resume as normal. In early April, Cessnock City Council, along with most other NSW local government areas adopted a flexible approach ...Nothing found

Stage One Gingers Lane

Work is underway on the reconstruction of Gingers Lane, Abermain, with Stage One now complete. The project involves four stages of new road pavement ...Nothing found

Cessnock Book to Dump Waste

The Cessnock Waste Management Centre reopens with a new booking system Cessnock City Council has reopened the Cessnock Waste Management Centre to ...Nothing found

Cessnock Airport Funding

NSW Government will invest $6.6 million in Cessnock Airport. Council secured the funding by lodging a grant application under the NSW Government’s ...Nothing found

Cessnock Council Limited Services

Council maintaining essential services. Waste Management Cessnock Waste Management Centre (CWMC) remains open to the public. All staff on site at ...Nothing found

Cessnock Jobs Network Formalised

Jobs and training partnership forged in the Cessnock region. Cessnock Jobs and Training Network team members meeting at Cessnock Council. ...Nothing found

Cessnock Disaster Recovery Fund Share

Disaster Recovery Funding to be invested back in to the community. Cessnock City Council announced distribution of $1 million Disaster Recovery Funding received ...Nothing found

New Access Sought to Cessnock Gaol.

Council unites on the access road to the Cessnock Correctional Centre. Cessnock City Council will continue to advocate for residents and ...Nothing found

Newcastle Writers’ Festival Returns to Cessnock

Cessnock City Council will hold the third 2020 Newcastle Writers Festival. The Festival teams with Cessnock City Library and Cessnock Performing Arts ...Nothing found

Wollombi Flood Warning in Place

The first data has been recorded by new rainfall and river gauges installed in Wollombi Brook catchment. They are part of the Wollombi Flood ...Nothing found

Cessnock Walking Trails for Comment

Draft Trails Strategy to go on public exhibition. Residents from the Cessnock Local Government Area (LGA) have the opportunity to provide feedback ...Nothing found

Cessnock Businesses Look to Growth

Three in four Cessnock businesses intend to expand or grow in the next two years, according to a new report by Cessnock City Council. ...Nothing found

Cessnock Australia Day Location Change

The Performing Arts Centre (CPAC) is hosting the Citizenship Ceremony and Australia Day Awards at Cessnock this year (2020). Two days of free activities ...Nothing found

Cessnock Council Using Glass ‘Sand’

Cessnock City Council has begun using recycled glass ‘sand’ for civil works. Council recently used around 90 tonnes of recycled glass sand for the ...Nothing found

Cessnock Jobs Website

New Hunter Valley Jobs website launches. Acting Economic Development Manager Rhiannon Stevens and Economic Development Officer Brad Sangster demonstrate the new jobs ...Nothing found

Cessnock Fireworks Cancelled

Fireworks cancelled for Carols in Park 2019 In light of the recent fires in our area along with the ongoing dry conditions we ...Nothing found

Local School F1 Wizards

Mount View students world-beaters in F1 in Schools. A combined team of Year 11 Mount View High School and Year 10 Penrith Christian School ...Nothing found

Upgrade Underway at Gingers Lane Weston

Cessnock City Council has begun upgrades to Gingers Lane, Weston. Gingers lane view east from Frame Drive A road closure will be ...Nothing found

We Want Weston Fire Station Open!

Cessnock City Council advocates for Weston Fire Station to stay operational. The station has been earmarked for closure by Fire and Rescue NSW ...Nothing found

Hunter’s Wine History (free samples!)

Author Talk: Dr Julie McIntyre’s Hunter Wine – A History. Join wine historian, Dr Julie McIntyre, as she delves into the history ...Nothing found

Cessnock Mattress Drop-off

The hardest thing to get rid of is a mattress - particularly a king size innerspring that can weight up to 80Kgs. ...Nothing found

Cessnock Updates

The Church that would not Die Cessnock City Library launches the book The Church that would not Die, St Michael the Archangel, Wollombi, on ...Nothing found

Bridges Hill Park Playground ~ Stage One Opens

Cessnock City Council announced the completion of Stage One of the Bridges Hill Park Playground and Access Improvement Project. Council has completed ...Nothing found

Innovation and Risky Business Rewarded

Cessnock City Council has been recognised for excellence in risk management at the Statewide Mutual Risk Management Excellence Awards (RMEA) for 2019. Council's ...Nothing found

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