Lake Council Honours Citizens


At Friday evening’s (22 Feb) Lake Macquarie Awards, Mayor of Lake Macquarie, Cr Kay Fraser, said they celebrated the City’s elite sportspeople, imaginative ...Nothing found

I’m Not Racist, but Connect Me to a Human


Australians Don't Want to Talk to a Robot When Shopping A Global study* highlights huge disconnect between Australian retailers and consumers and ...Nothing found

2019 Friends of the Alliance Photo and Poetry Competition


NRHA is seeking photos and poetry depicting the bright, vibrant rural communities in Australia. In conjunction with the 15th National Rural Health Conference, the ...Nothing found

Colonel Iain Cruickshank Singleton’s Australia Day Guest


Singleton Council’s Australia Day Committee announced Colonel Iain Andrew Cruickshank, CSC, DSM is Singleton’s Australia Day Guest. Col. Cruickshank will share his story to ...Nothing found

Singleton Council Nominees for Awards


Nominees for Singleton’s Citizen and Young Achiever of the Year Awards include a Broadway star, sporting club members, a historian, a blood donation advocate and ...Nothing found

Community Input ~ Location of Cessnock banner poles


Cessnock City Council is asking the community for feedback on proposed locations for the installation of banner poles in Weston, Greta and Wollombi. ...Nothing found

Additional Home Care Welcomed


An estimated 436,000 people have dementia in Australia. This number is projected to exceed one million by 2058. Around 70 per ...Nothing found

Art of Ageing


Cessnock’s  2019 Art of Ageing Exhibition is on display in the foyer at Cessnock Library. A learner driver, gymnast and ukulele player are among ...Nothing found

Copyright Common Sense Prevails


Millions of items from Australia’s national collections - from Captain Cook’s carrot marmalade recipe and Henry Lawson’s ...Nothing found

Holiday Time: Slow Down, Kids Around


Cessnock City Council is proud to be partnering with the Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation to launch the Holiday Time: Slow Down, ...Nothing found

Cessnock City Council rejects disturbing cemeteries regulation


Death, taxes… and grave rentals? Cessnock City Council makes its stance known on the NSW ...Nothing found

The era of talking buildings has arrived


If you ever argued with the talking outhouse at Soldiers Point boat ramp, then you’ll have an inkling of what’s ahead for us. ...Nothing found

Reality TV better than Reality?


Find out at the annual Mai-Wel Group Celebrity Comedy Debate, Saturday, 11th August 2012 at Maitland Town Hall where high profile national celebrities and local ...Nothing found

Country Residents say ‘No Way’ to Ambulance Scheme


Merriwa residents are drawing the line at a proposal from the Ambulance Service of NSW - to trial replacing paramedics in local ambulance districts with ...Nothing found

Stop Tillegra Dam community picnic ‘success’


The Wilderness Society held a community picnic for the Save the Williams River Coalition. This picnic marked the end of the ...Nothing found

Public Meeting on Crown Harbour master plan


Minister for Lands, Tony Kelly, announced there will be a community information session next week to get feedback on progress on the Forster Tuncurry Crown ...Nothing found

Residents to vent on Bickham Coal


PUBLIC HEARINGS INTO BICKHAM COAL PLANS Residents are encouraged to attend public hearings next month and have their say on plans by Bickham ...Nothing found

Humpty Dumpty helps Scone kids


In the past two years, the Humpty Dumpty Foundation has contributed nearly $50,000 worth of medical equipment to the Paediatric Ward at Scott Memorial District ...Nothing found

Nancy Bird-Walton still in control at Luskintyre Aviation Flying Museum


A flying farewell Nancy Bird-Walton [Picture credit: Renee Geelen] At 10am on Saturday 18 April 2009, at Luskintyre Airfield, a gathering of ...Nothing found


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