Steamfest 2020 Cancelled


Maitland City Council, as organiser of Burton Automotive Hunter Valley Steamfest, has cancelled the event for 2020. 3801 shunting at Thirlmere station ...Nothing found

On Haunting Dunnies and Other Things


The haunted dunny from children’s book Round the Twist, and Paul Jennings’ colourful sea creature in The Fisherman and the Theefyspray, are among ...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

Singleton Bicentennial Party This Weekend


Weekend of festivities to commemorate 200 years of Singleton history. It’s a commemoration 200 years in the making, and Mayor of Singleton Cr Sue ...Nothing found

The Extraordinary Life of Dr Clair Weekes


At Maitland City Library’s first Wellbeing event  journalist Judith Hoare tells the true story of Dr Claire Weekes, the little known mental health ...Nothing found

Behind the Scenes at Bootawa


Not to be confused with Beetoota! Bootawa Water Treatment Plant will conduct a public tour of the region’s main supply system on ...Nothing found

All About Women at Maitland


All About  Women live from Sydney Opera House to Maitland Town Hall. The mainstage action from the vibrant ‘All About Women Festival’ ...Nothing found

Folklore of the Floods


Come on a journey through the stories and folklore of floods in local history, at Sun Street Studios on Thursday (27 February 2020) ...Nothing found

Ninety Magical Years


For the 90th anniversary of the opening of the Civic Theatre and City Hall, a first ever ‘access all areas’ tour will be offered to ...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

Depth of Young Creative Lake Talent


The artistic talent of Lake Macquarie millennials is on show at the Museum of Art and Culture (MAC) in this year’s First Class 19 exhibition. ...Nothing found

Photographer Merv Bishop Exhibit


Exhibition showcases celebrated photojournalist’s work. Mervyn Bishop. Images of defining moments in Australia’s political and social history are on display in ...Nothing found

Rest in Peace


A commemorative service will be held at 11:00 am this morning (Monday 10th February 2020) at the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance in memory of the ...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

Lake Macquarie Then and Now Exhibit


100 years apart: A look into the Lake Macquarie of the past. Lake Macquarie is always changing. The homes, businesses, cars and streets. While ...Nothing found

Master sculptor Drew Line in the Sand


Veteran artist Dennis Massoud is king of the sandcastle when it comes to sand-sculpting. The former sand-sculpting world champion shared his skills on Saturday ...Nothing found

Lake Photographers Need Apply


Striking images representing people and places across Lake Macquarie will go on display next month as part of a new exhibition at the Museum of ...Nothing found

Singleton Bicentennial Latest


History-making general manager returns as Australia Day guest in Singleton’s bicentennial year. It will be full circle when John Flannery PSM joins ...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

Lake Swim Centers Shaded


Splash under shade at Lake Macquarie’s swim centres. Shade over Speers Point Swim Center Shade structures, seating, barbecues and new landscaping ...Nothing found

Celebrating Australia Day in Maitland


Deng Adut to speak at Maitland's Australia Day ceremony. Criminal lawyer, refugee, and public figure Deng Adut is keynote speaker at Maitland’s Official Australia ...Nothing found

Remembering Newcastle’s 1989 Earthquake


On 28 December 2019 it will be 30 years  since an earthquake broke Novocastrian hearts and devastated our city. City of Newcastle honours the ...Nothing found

Trucked Sand Laid at Stockton Beach


More than five thousand tonnes of sand is being laid at Stockton Beach. Stockton Beach viewed south from Lexies - new sand ...Nothing found

City Hall’s 90th


Ninety years ago this week a new City Hall and the Civic Theatre dubbed “Civic Block” were opened. Newcastle City Hall under ...Nothing found

Myuna Bay Camp to Move


Agreement reached on the future of Myuna Bay Sport and Recreation Centre. A new centre will be built on a waterfront site near ...Nothing found

Enjoying Lake Mac Carols


Festive revellers pack Lake Mac Carols More than 15,000 fans of the festive season packed Speers Point Park on Sunday evening to celebrate Christmas ...Nothing found

Four Centuries of Shipwreck


Exhibition explores 400 years of Australian shipwreck history. Submerged – Stories of Australia’s Shipwrecks  delves into 14 wrecks, from one of the earliest in ...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

DV Groups Charity Auction


Women’s support networks gets support. A second charity that helps women in need has been made a City of Newcastle charity partner for the ...Nothing found

City Centre Events Funded


Street basketball and a public art festival are among 15 events sharing $820,000 funding to enliven urban precinct. The funding came from ...Nothing found


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