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  • City to seek clarification about offshore sand extraction
    25 Jun 2019

    City to seek clarification about offshore sand extraction

    City of Newcastle will seek clarification on the NSW Government’s position on offshore sand extraction for nourishment and replenishment of sand at Stockton Beach, following Lord Mayoral Minute at last night’s June Council meeting.
  • Green tick for new city budget
    25 Jun 2019

    Green tick for new city budget

    City of Newcastle will invest $32 million into sustainable waste measures and deliver major infrastructure projects, cultural facilities and workforce development under a new budget adopted by Council tonight.

  • Council Update Tuesday 25 June 2019
    25 Jun 2019

    Council Update Tuesday 25 June 2019

    Following is a summary of the Ordinary Council Meeting for Tuesday 28 May 2019. NB: it is not a full record of resolutions. 
  • Statement on lease to male-only tennis club
    25 Jun 2019

    Statement on lease to male-only tennis club

    City of Newcastle has written to Adamstown Rosebud Tennis Club advising that it will not consider renewing a licence to use the courts at Adamstown Park until the Club’s constitution is changed to allow women members.
     
  • City backs diverse events calendar
    24 Jun 2019

    City backs diverse events calendar

    A historic rugby Test, an eclectic music festival and a legendary bikers’ charity ride are among a range of the events to be staged in Newcastle over the next 12 months with $180,000 funding support from the City.
     
  • Carrington upgrade hailed in park celebration
    21 Jun 2019

    Carrington upgrade hailed in park celebration

    City of Newcastle and the local community have celebrated the revitalisation of Carrington following a $3 million upgrade of its local centre.
     
  • Evocative snaps mark 30 years since quake
    21 Jun 2019

    Evocative snaps mark 30 years since quake

    A doctor tending a man seriously wounded on Beaumont Street and a Council worker whose composure amid great adversity belied her young age feature in stirring images in a Newcastle Museum exhibition commemorating the 1989 earthquake
  •  Ecosuburbia event for smart, liveable sustainable city
    21 Jun 2019

    Ecosuburbia event for smart, liveable sustainable city

    Laman Street behind Civic Park will come to life with eco-market stalls, a local food swap and a range of activities to get kids thinking about sustainability when Newcastle Library hosts the Ecosuburbia Fair Share event next month.
     
  • Whale of a day set to mark nautical showpiece
    21 Jun 2019

    Whale of a day set to mark nautical showpiece

    Nature lovers should mark Sunday week down in their diaries for a whale of a double date.
     
  • Key to the City for proud Novocastrian Naval Officer
    15 Jun 2019

    Key to the City for proud Novocastrian Naval Officer

    HMAS Newcastle Commander Anita Sellick has been honoured with the Key to the City at a ceremony today to farewell the ship before it’s decommissioned later this month
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