Young people convicted of vandalising local properties will now be required to remove graffiti from shop fronts, as well as the walls of homes and
Newcastle will farewell 2021 with a spectacular return of New Year’s Eve celebrations to the Foreshore, with the much-loved family-friendly event to be capped off with a dazzling 9pm fireworks display. DJ sets, roving entertainers and amusement rides
New street signs are being installed in key locations across Newcastle as part of a grassroots initiative to show that racism is not welcome within
Unsure about how you will vote in the upcoming local council election? Put your questions to those who are seeking your vote at a ‘Meet
Green-thumbed residents are being given the opportunity to transform Newcastle’s street verges into flourishing road-side gardens.
The new Street Garden Initiative will be launched by City of Newcastle this summer, providing keen gardeners with the guidelines they need to develop attractive, safe and appropriate green spaces on the city’s verges.
Audited financial statements for the last twelve months show that the City of Newcastle lifted its infrastructure spend by more than ten percent, to a
January 2022 will usher in a new year and a new career for 12 trainees, apprentices and graduates as Newcastle looks to create employment opportunities
State Member for Wallsend, Ms Sonia Hornery MP (pictured above), has joined with 28 other NSW MPs to co-sponsor the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill which
Not-for-profit employment and training services provider, VERTO, has this week announced a partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern NSW (RMHC NNSW) to support seriously