Council “Working around the clock” at Stockton


Council staff and contractors have been working around the clock to protect the beach and nearby buildings at Stockton. Stockton Beach buttressing ...Nothing found

Heritage Building Becomes Rathmines Theatre


An upgrade of the historic Rathmines building to a new theatre is complete. Lake Macquarie Mayor Cr Kay Fraser was joined by Member ...Nothing found

Tuncurry water park


Ideas for Tuncurry’s water play space are open, as works to decommission the old pool site begin next week. Current (old) ...Nothing found

Digitisation of Historic Air Force Documents


The Australian public will soon be able to access a trove of significant Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) documents, many of which have been locked ...Nothing found

Wallsend ~ More Bridgeworks, Roadworks… and some Gentrification


City of Newcastle is investing $2 million to improve traffic and pedestrian conditions in Wallsend’s local centre while opening the conversation on its long-term masterplan. ...Nothing found

Joslin St Kotara Works


Joslin Street Local Centre’s multi-million-dollar upgrade to include expanded public open space. Kotara’s Joslin Street is the latest local centre to be made ...Nothing found

Honey I Shrunk the Rover


Monash scientists score second place in international NASA miniature rover challenge. A team of Monash students came second in NASA’s ‘Honey I shrunk the ...Nothing found

AMSA Campaign Targets Container Ships


The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has begun a focused inspection campaign of cargo-securing on container ships visiting Australian ports. This inspection campaign is ...Nothing found

Another Forestry Logging Breach


EPA orders Stop Work on forestry operations in South Brooman State Forest. The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA)has issued Forestry Corporation of NSW with ...Nothing found

Smiths Lake is Full


A predicted weather system for this weekend has prompted MidCoast Council to consider opening Smiths Lake entrance today. Smiths Lake ...Nothing found

Singleton Makeover Closer


Ceremonial start to construction of $7 million Singleton Town Centre Upgrade – Stage 2. Construction of the $7 million Singleton Town Centre – ...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

Online Behaviour and COVID19


Why the behaviour of women on social media has changed more so than men. What Australians are searching for on social media to buy ...Nothing found

A Degree in Quantum Engineering?


UNSW Sydney has introduced the world’s first undergraduate degree in quantum engineering. The Bachelor of Quantum Engineering (Honours) will train students in advanced electronics ...Nothing found

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

Art Gallery to Expand


Council has revised plans to increase exhibition floor space by 25% at Newcastle Art Gallery (NAG). Enlarged floor space includes a dedicated display ...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

Civic Theatre Limited Reopening


The 90-year-old Theatre reopens its doors to the public from the 27th of July for small scale shows. Audience numbers will be ...Nothing found

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

When It’s Not Epilepsy


Looks like Epilepsy but isn't ~ the disease that is deadly, largely undiagnosed and untreated. One in four people tested for epilepsy do not ...Nothing found

Loggers Destroy Protected ‘Giant’ Trees


EPA orders Stop Work on forestry operations in Wild Cattle Creek State Forest. The NSW Environment Protection Authority issued Forestry Corporation of NSW a ...Nothing found

Restoration and Renaming of Junction Bridge


By Councillor Kiwa Fisher The 90 year old timber truss bridge will be restored by Transport for New South Wales. The project ...Nothing found

Jimmys Beach Erosion Ongoing


High tides at Jimmys Beach on Thursday and Friday evenings will continue to threaten the Beach. Erosion of Jimmys Beach, Hawks Nest. ...Nothing found

Newcastle University Trials Printed Thin Solar


Printed solar cells are being trialled in readiness for commercial release. The University of Newcastle technology – “organic solar material” that is ultra light-weight, ...Nothing found

Farmers Buoyed by Weather and Markets


The outlook for Australian agribusiness is strong and growing, according to Commonwealth Bank research. There’s optimism and appetite for investment in ...Nothing found

Map of City’s Development Applications


An interactive aerial map of all development applications is on Newcastle Council’s website. The map provides information about current development applications (DAs), modifications, reviews, ...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

At Last, Something to Excite Greenies


The NSW government has announced NSW's second renewable energy zone (REZ) that could triple the 3000MW of the first Central West zone. ...Nothing found

Final Maintenance Cycle for Hornets


The last F/A-18A/B Classic Hornets to undergo deeper maintenance servicing have rolled out of the Boeing Defence Australia facility at Williamtown RAAF. ...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


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