Surveillance Increases on Illegal Dumping

Regional Illegal Dumping (RID) Squad Investigators interviewed a 25-year-old Rutherford woman regarding two alleged dumps of household waste at Melville Ford in the Maitland Local ...Nothing found

Wetlands Keep Wallis Lake Clear

Constructed wetlands can be found in many locations throughout Forster Tuncurry’s urban areas. They remove pollutants and sediments from stormwater runoff before it enters Wallis ...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

More Breakfast Reading

Toilet paper hoarding leads to sewer chokes. COVID-19 is impacting communities everywhere in unexpected ways, with MidCoast Council reporting an ...Nothing found

King St Car Park Temporary Closure

Mall Car Park closed for structural assessments. City of Newcastle has temporarily closed the Mall Car Park on King Street to ...Nothing found

Region’s Council Services Restricted

Newcastle All City of Newcastle cultural facilities have closed until further notice but will continue to engage audiences online following a ...Nothing found

Check-up for Wingham’s Vampire Jet

Wingham Central Park’s Vampire Jet will be completing its health check soon. At last year’s inspection the base was in good condition. ...Nothing found

Local Councils Respond to Epidemic

Cessnock Open Space and Community Facilities Closures. To help slow the spread of COVID-19, and to prioritise the well-being of Council ...Nothing found

Update for MidCoast Residents on COVID19

General Manager Adrian Panuccio said events and programs at libraries and the Regional Art Gallery have been suspended. Council will also close ...Nothing found

Singleton Council Responds to COVID-19

Singleton Council announced its COVID-19 (Coronavirus) strategy, with heightened health warnings about the highly infectious disease. The Emergency Services Expo planned for ...Nothing found

Lake LED Streetlight Rollout

Lake Macquarie’s future is looking brighter thanks to the rollout of more than 1400 LED streetlights across the City. A joint project ...Nothing found

Lake Fleet Electrifying

Electric vehicles hit the road as Lake Mac plugs in new charging strategy Plant and Fleet Coordinator Glenn Hattander with the new ...Nothing found

New Lake Suburb Proposed

A new suburb named “Lake Macquarie” is proposed for the Lake City local government area (LGA). Lake Macquarie City Council wants feedback ...Nothing found

Fees Dropped for Outdoor Cafes

Newcastle Council has removed outdoor dining fees for restaurateurs. An amendment to the City’s Outdoor Trading Policy will save inner-city businesses ...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

Lexie’s Might Yet Survive

City provides plan for reopening of Lexie’s café. The City of Newcastle and Lexie’s Cafe are working on a plan to reopen ...Nothing found

Lexie’s Lays Low for Wild Weather Weekend

Stockton Holiday cabins relocated, Lexie’s café closed, ahead of severe weather. Council is moving 16 beachfront cabins at Stockton Holiday Park and closed Lexie’s ...Nothing found

Emergency Channel Near Old Bar

Emergency powers enabled the opening of Farquhar Inlet on the South Manning river north of Old Bar to relieve flooding. Channel being ...Nothing found

Fernleigh Track to Reach Blacksmiths and Beyond

Newcastle’s beloved Fernleigh Track will soon link to Lake Macquarie’s extensive network of pathways and become a 27km continuous cycle and walkway. Lake Macquarie ...Nothing found

Road Crews Address Storm Damage

Heavy rainfall over the weekend damaged local roads and bridges, especially north of the Hunter. Craven Close, Gloucester rain and flood damage. ...Nothing found

Lake Macquarie Awards Night

Matt Hall was named Lake Macquarie’s Sports Star of the Year for his outstanding performance on the world stage. Matt Hall, Lake ...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

Action on Central Coast Sewage Leak

Central Coast Council entered an Enforceable Undertaking with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) to spend almost half a million dollars on upgrades after a ...Nothing found

Wipes Ain’t Flushable Despite the Hype

Councils and sewerage authorities want residents to stop flushing so-called ‘flushable’ wipes down the toilet. It’s a confronting photo – but this ...Nothing found

Coastal Management Plan Scoping Study

Climate change, urban development, and erosion are just some of the issues the coastline faces. Every coastal council in NSW is preparing a Coastal ...Nothing found

City Funds Ocean Baths Restorations

City of Newcastle has committed to funding the restoration of both Newcastle and Merewether Ocean Baths following an unsuccessful expressions of interest (EOI) process. ...Nothing found

More Pethians Wanted

Maitland Council has reopened the call for six community representatives for the Morpeth Bicentenary Working Group (MBWG). From the Illustrated Sydney News ...Nothing found

Unmarked Surveillance Cameras at Cemetery

Surveillance camera policy under revision following breach. The ‘breach’ was an inadvertent use of unmarked cameras at The Bight Cemetery, Wingham. ...Nothing found

Algae Alert Level Increased

Wetlands Maitland City Council’s General Manager David Evans: Over the last week, there has been some comment in ...Nothing found

Tyrrell Street Bridge Ready Soon

$3.3 million Tyrrell Street Bridge nears completion. The bridge is part of Wallsend’s multi-million dollar works that includes streetscape upgrades, free Wi-Fi ...Nothing found

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