Improving Disaster Preparedness


Residents are asked to complete a short survey to help Resilience NSW gain a deeper understanding into how disaster-ready the community is, and what can ...Nothing found

Better Comms for Emergencies


New emergency communications site on the Central Coast. The public safety network for emergency services responders has expanded with the completion of a new ...Nothing found

Firefighters honoured on St Florian’s Day


Police and Emergency Services Minister David Elliott and NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) Commissioner Rob Rogers today honoured four individual members and ...Nothing found

Let’s Not Forget Bushfire Heroes


A well-deserved thank you for everyone who protected our community this bush fire season. Cessnock City Council will host an event to thank all ...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

Local Built Ship Ideal to Repurpose


Former crew urges politicians to convert Aurora Australis to emergency response vessel. Former crew members from the Australian Antarctic Division’s flagship icebreaker ...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

Disaster Declared for Stockton Beach


City welcomes funding support as natural disaster declared at Stockton beach. Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes welcomed the news that the NSW Government acceded to ...Nothing found

Singleton Bushfire Recovery Sessions


Council fires up to connect bushfire- affected residents with assistance. Council’s Manager Development and Environment Mary-Anne Crawford and Manager Infrastructure Services Damian ...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

Former Fire Chief on Hazard Reduction


The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is in the media suggesting hazard reduction is as important as emissions reduction. Hotter temperatures ...Nothing found

More Yank Tankers


The first of four Large Airtankers (LATs) – an Erickson Aero MD 87 – arrived in Australia this morning to boost aerial firefighting capability during ...Nothing found

Livestock Bushfire Losses


Farmers are counting the cost of the NSW bushfire crisis as State Government impact assessment teams gain access to fire grounds. ...Nothing found


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