Flying-Fox Funding Secured for Cessnock LGA

Cessnock City Council has secured $95,000 in grant funding through Local Government NSW (LGNSW) to continue the implementation of the East Cessnock Flying-Fox ...Nothing found

UoN Events & Talks

Focus on mothers in prison for New Professors Talk. Almost 43,000 people are behind bars at any one time in Australia, with women making ...Nothing found

Parking by Mobile Phone

In an Australian first, motorists can now access new digital parking technology that guides them to available parking spaces within the Newcastle CBD. ...Nothing found

Maternal secrets of our earliest ancestors unlocked

New research reveals the evolution of maternal roles and parenting responsibilities in one of our oldest evolutionary ancestors ...Nothing found

Touch of Royalty at UoN Today

New dual degree targets growing job opportunities in medical technology field. Professor Dr Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn Mahidol of Thailand, and eight delegates, ...Nothing found

Carrington Renewal Celebrated

Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes, City of Newcastle workers, Carrington locals, and school students at the opening The Carrington community celebrated the revitalisation ...Nothing found

Research to Actively Close the Gap

An intervention designed to help Close the Gap, by increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who receive an annual health check ...Nothing found

Hale’s Awabakal Notebook Returns

150 year-old Hale notebook returns to Australia for landmark exhibition. American linguist Horatio Hale documented the Awabakal language in Newcastle more than ...Nothing found

Whale Watchers Take Note

Lake Macquarie’s best spots to view ‘humpback highway.’ It’s about to hit peak hour on the ‘humpback highway’, and Lake Macquarie vantage ...Nothing found

Redhead Beach Access Improved

Works to provide safer pedestrian access to Lake Macquarie’s popular Redhead Beach are now underway with Lake Macquarie City Council starting works on-site ...Nothing found

Residents warned about rates scam

Residents are being warned about a new phone scam that involves the caller claiming to be from Cessnock City Council and asking for payment details ...Nothing found

Brightening Those Traffic Signal Boxes

Lake Macquarie’s famous black swans have been immortalised on a traffic signal box as part of an urban art project brightening the City’s ...Nothing found

UoN Alumni Awards Achievers in 2019

The University of Newcastle announced its 25 achievers for the 2019 Alumni Awards. One of the achievers will be named as the overall ...Nothing found

House Fire Safety Reminder

Among the range of appliances that can cause house fires, fan heaters and clothes dryers are the most dangerous. Pictured ~ when ...Nothing found

Tuggerah Lakes all clear after PFAS Testing

Residents can continue eating seafood from the Tuggerah Lakes system after testing for PFAS revealed no additional precautions were required when consuming School ...Nothing found

Bruce Beresford film Black Robe Digitally Restored

Bruce Beresford's 1991 film Black Robe, the first feature film co-produced by Australia and Canada, has been digitally restored by the National Film ...Nothing found

Driverless in Legoland

Automated transport has arrived in Newcastle with the City’s driverless shuttle bus. The 11-seater vehicle was inspected at Keolis Downer’s Hamilton depot ...Nothing found

Modems Aint Modems, Sol

Get the right modem for peak NBN performance. A study released by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) studies the effect ...Nothing found

UoN Students meet Jack Ma

University of Newcastle scholars meet Alibaba’s Jack Ma on life-changing trip to China. Newcastle uni students met co-founder of Alibaba Group and ...Nothing found

Kaufland for Belmont North

Lake Macquarie City Council approved a planning proposal to amend the Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2014 (LMLEP 2014) to allow a Kaufland ...Nothing found

Cottage Creek Pathway Demolitions Begin

Nos 679-681 Hunter Street in 2007; 2nd & 3rd facades from right (between vehicles) under demolition for Cottage Creek pathway A long-envisioned ...Nothing found

Fern Bay PS Honours Rebecca Young

Fern Bay students honour a sporting great and one of their own. Fern Bay Public School will honour former student and Australian rugby league ...Nothing found

Evocative Earthquake Images in Exhibit

A doctor tending a man seriously injured on Beaumont Street and a Council worker whose composure - amid great adversity - belied her ...Nothing found

Newcastle Container Terminal Gets New Support

NSW Nationals backs $1.8 billion plan to boost regional jobs, cut freight costs. Port of Newcastle today welcomed the NSW Nationals’ ...Nothing found

Upcoming UoN Public Talks

STEM champion set to inspire Hunter women  The X Factor: Why We Need More Women Engineers, will be presented by Professor Elanor Huntington ...Nothing found

$1.24bn worth of development approved in Lake Mac

Development continues to boom in Lake Macquarie despite a national downward trend, with a record $1.24 billion worth of development approvals in the ...Nothing found

HMAS Newcastle Commander Honoured

HMAS Newcastle Commander Anita Sellick has been honoured with the Key to the City at a ceremony today to farewell the ship before ...Nothing found

Mitchell Park Grandstand Opens

Merewether’s Mitchell Park Oval has a new grandstand pavilion. Representatives of Merewether Carlton Rugby Club, South Newcastle Rugby League Club and Merewether ...Nothing found

Your town, your identity, your signage

Cessnock City Council plans an emblem to feature on suburb entry signs. These will be installed after Council received funding under the NSW Government’s ...Nothing found

IEEE Announces 14 New Open Access Journals

IEEE to provide more high-quality options for authors and researchers. IEEE, the world's largest technical professional organization announced 14 new gold fully open access ...Nothing found

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