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  • Start-ups help catapult Smart City
    18 Apr

    Start-ups help catapult Smart City

    Civic Park will feature an illuminated night-time attraction next month thanks to a City of Newcastle project that will see a local technology start-up deliver an interactive light display in the popular CBD park.
     
  • Stockton recreational drawcard ‘opens’
    17 Apr

    Stockton recreational drawcard ‘opens’

    City of Newcastle will open a major $2 million playground and skate plaza attraction on the Stockton foreshore on Friday, just in time for the Easter long weekend.

  • New Council Administration Centre Delivers $13 million Saving to Ratepayers
    16 Apr

    New Council Administration Centre Delivers $13 million Saving to Ratepayers

    The City of Newcastle’s (CN) relocation to the west end will benefit ratepayers by $13.1 million over 25 years, according to a business case by Australia’s largest commercial real estate services firm.
     
  • Council update Tuesday 16 April 2019
    16 Apr

    Council update Tuesday 16 April 2019

    Following is a summary of the Ordinary Council Meeting for Tuesday 16 April 2019. NB: it not a full record of resolutions.
  • Newcastle dentist’s lost WW1 letters revealed
    16 Apr

    Newcastle dentist’s lost WW1 letters revealed

    A book about the World War One experiences of Newcastle dentist Ben Champion, who returned from Europe an amputee, will be launched at Newcastle Library on Tuesday 30 April.
     
  • High seas beckon for budding adventurer
    12 Apr

    High seas beckon for budding adventurer

    Masts, bows, hulls and davits are all unfamiliar terms to Mayfield’s Anna Gibson right now -- but they won’t be for long thanks to a City of Newcastle grant.
     
  • New model for Business Improvement Associations to go on public exhibition
    11 Apr

    New model for Business Improvement Associations to go on public exhibition

    A potential new Business Improvement Association (BIA) for The Junction, reactivation of the Mayfield BIA and up to $100,000 in annual funding for each of the City’s existing four BIAs are among reforms recommended in a report to be considered by Council next week.
     
  • City set for healthy budget surplus
    11 Apr

    City set for healthy budget surplus

    City of Newcastle will in 2019/20 deliver a sixth consecutive budget surplus, as documented in its draft budget presented to the public today.
     
  • City strengthens Anzac Day partnerships
    09 Apr

    City strengthens Anzac Day partnerships

    City of Newcastle’s strong commitment to commemorating the Anzac spirit continues with a $100,000 Presenting Partner sponsorship ensuring the delivery of the second largest Anzac Dawn Service in Australia.
     
  • City budget targets young talent
    09 Apr

    City budget targets young talent

    When the City of Newcastle announces its proposed 2019/20 budget next Wednesday, it will include a commitment of more than $2.5 million to fund 44 roles targeted at recent university graduates and undergraduates, aspiring trainees and apprentices.
     
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