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  • Local agency engaged to support vibrant business precincts
    Local agency engaged to support vibrant business precincts

    City of Newcastle has engaged a local agency with over three decades of experience helping Hunter businesses thrive, under a new Business Improvement Association (BIA) support services contract.
     
     

  • Help shape our growing city
    Help shape our growing city's future

    What will Newcastle look like in 20-plus years’ time, with more than 35,000 additional residents and 19,500 new dwellings? City of Newcastle is asking the community to help shape the future of our growing Local Government Area, which is projected to grow by around 25 percent to a population of 202,000 by 2040.
     

  • Dixon Park Surf Club unveils revamp
    Dixon Park Surf Club unveils revamp

    Dixon Park Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) hopes to attract a new wave of community members following a $640,000 upgrade to its facilities. The upgrade includes refurbished changes rooms, accessible showers and toilets and parents change rooms as well as new kitchenette, meeting room and small function space on the ground floor.

  • Library of the future planned for Newcastle West
    Library of the future planned for Newcastle West

    Dedicated podcasting and virtual reality equipment, 3D holograms of planned developments and interactive wall-mounted screens featuring key City attractions will feature among a suite of new offerings within the ground floor of the City’s future Central Administration Centre (CAC).
     

  • Bumper investment delivers capital results
    Bumper investment delivers capital results

    Preliminary figures show $91.6 million was invested into Newcastle’s network of roads, community buildings, parks and reserves, making 2018/19 a record year for City of Newcastle capital works.
     

  • City prepares for electric vehicle future
    City prepares for electric vehicle future

    The City of Newcastle has completed a solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging hub that will also provide 100 percent renewable electricity to supply all of No.2 Sportsground.