Former Maritime Museum to Bring Vineyards to Harbour


The Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) has awarded a 50-year lease of The Wharf building to Hope Estate. Titled “Hope at Honeysuckle,” ...Nothing found

Pokolbin Art for Threatened Birds


Thirty-metre mural raises glass to Hunter threatened species conservation. A thirty-metre mural has been unveiled on the walls of Polkolbin Distillery, featuring three of ...Nothing found

We Let the Dogs Out


Competitors announced for national working dog challenge. Jack Febey with Tasmania's allstar working dog Whiskey. Twelve dogs from across Australia ...Nothing found

First HDT HT Monaro for Auction


Update ~ 28 June The 1969 HT Monaro 57D race car fetched three quarters of a million at auction, selling to an Australian enthusiast. ...Nothing found

To Albury With Jazz


75th Australian Jazz Convention hits Albury  26-31 December 2020. This year, the Australian Jazz Convention celebrates its 75th annual convention, showcasing 75 years of ...Nothing found

You Won’t Recognise Civic Station


Newcastle Visitor Information Centre Opens. Housed in the repurposed Civic Railway Station, Newcastle’s new Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is located in the ...Nothing found

Another Record Score for Baggy Greens


Original ‘Baggy Greens’ from Bradman’s Invincible on Auction. Two original game-worn ‘Invincibles’ Baggy Green cricket caps are could break records this Sunday ...Nothing found

New Signs for Bypassed Towns


Motorists on the Pacific Highway will be encouraged to visit some of the bypassed towns, with new signs showing the services and tourist ...Nothing found

Illawarra & Hunter Mutuals Merge


IMB Bank merges with Hunter United Employees’ Credit Union. IMB Bank has completed its merger with Newcastle-headquartered Hunter ...Nothing found

Can SMEs Survive Shutdown?


Accounting weapon helps small business survive COVID-19 What happens to cashflow if I reduce permanent headcount by 20 ...Nothing found

Second Five Star Hotel for Newcastle


Part of Iris Capital’s $700 million East End Project, the 104-hotel with rooftop bar is underway with its stage-one approval as apartments by the Hunter ...Nothing found

How’s That Cheap Overseas Outsourcing Going, Government and Corporates?


COVID-19: Offshore Call Centres Close Down Leaving Australian Businesses Without Vital Services. With more than 50 million people in the Philippines now ...Nothing found

Woolies Boomer Hour 7~8 AM


Woolworths dedicated shopping hour for the elderly and people with disability. Woolworths Supermarkets is introducing temporary measures across its stores to help ...Nothing found

Colour Frenzy is on Again


Grab your friends, family, and four-legged companions, because Regional Australia’s biggest fun run, Colour Frenzy, is back in 2020 and it’s ...Nothing found

Toilet Paper Panic a Harbinger


Why Supermarket Shelves will Empty Even More. As the effects of COVID-19 reverberate around the World, the “just-in-time” supply chain strain is ...Nothing found

Council Defends Lexies Closure


Stockton’s popular coffee shop and restaurant Lexie’s on the Beach was permanently shut down without notice by City of Newcastle yesterday. ...Nothing found

Reviving Local Business Centers


$1 million in funding open to activate city. More than $1 million in funding is available to attract people to the City’s business centers ...Nothing found

No Wisk at All


Wisk and New Zealand Government to Partner in World's First Autonomous Air Taxi Trial. The New Zealand Government and Wisk, an ...Nothing found

Harder Now to be Lost in Wine Country


Tourism signage project officially opened. Cessnock City Council announced work is completed for the Hunter Valley Wine Country ...Nothing found

Maitland’s Renew Project Targets Vacant Properties


Local artist Helen Hopcroft has been busy making herself at home in Central Maitland, setting up shop as part of a successful Create Maitland partnership ...Nothing found

Cruise Tourism Moves to Lake


Growing demand for commercial cruises on Lake Macquarie has induced a local operator to launch its first lake-only tours. CoastXP has operated ...Nothing found

When PR-speak Overwhelms News


The editor spends more time than he has hammering press releases into something resembling informative. You know, something like news. Delight at getting ...Nothing found

Airport to Valley Shuttle


Newcastle Airport Shuttle connects airport to Newcastle CBD and Hunter Valley Newcastle Airport Shuttle at Hunter Valley Crowne Plaza A new shuttle ...Nothing found

Former Maritime Museum for Lease


The Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) is leasing Honeysuckle’s iconic Lee Wharf A building. Renamed The Wharf, the federation building fronts ...Nothing found

Rail Bridge Row Under Hammer


The Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) is selling final parcel of Newcastle CBD’s former rail corridor. Rail Bridge Row land fronting ...Nothing found

Ocean Baths out to Lease?


Redevelopment of Newcastle Ocean Baths pavilion and car park underway. The paint is peeling off the walls and door frames. The ...Nothing found

Monaro’s Bathurst Glory Days


Old Holden Race Cars Reunite to Celebrate 50 Years at Bathurst. Back in the day, Throsby drag-raced his rusty old FC ute ...Nothing found

Visitor Information Centre at Civic


The former Civic Station will be transformed into the City’s Visitor Information Centre. City of Newcastle will take possession of the former ...Nothing found

Brocky’s Monaro on Auction


The first vehicle a young rookie named Peter Brock drove around Mount Panorama in the 1969 Hardie-Ferodo 500 is on auction. ...Nothing found

1930 Penny on Auction


An authentic 1930 Penny – one of Australia’s rarest coins has been put up for auction completely unreserved with the bidding starting at just $1. ...Nothing found


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