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COVID-19: how we are responding
The safety and wellbeing of our communities, customers and employees is our top priority. We're working with government partners and local stakeholders to respond to COVID-19.
Have your say on Newcastle 2040
Following an extensive community engagement program Newcastle 2040 is now on Public Exhibition. Submit feedback on the Plan and enter our competition for a $500 gift voucher.
The Art of Protest Exhibition
From community activism to global social movements, this exhibition features politically engaged artists past and present responding to disaster and injustice and calling for change.
City of Newcastle's transition to a zero emissions fleet is powering forward with the unveiling of its first electric truck. The medium rigid Hino truck is the only one of its kind in Newcastle.
An all-female line-up has taken out City of Newcastle’s 2022 Citizen of the Year Awards, with a Paralympian, a law undergraduate and a passionate community advocate among this year’s recipients.
Newcastle will be a liveable, sustainable and inclusive global city in 2040 under an ambitious long-term vision developed with the community.
Following is a summary of resolutions from the Ordinary Council meeting of Tuesday 18 January 2022. NB: it is not a full record of resolutions.
Newcastle's revitalisation and transformation continues with a record $1.8 billion of development approved over the past 12 months set to generate approximately 3,500 direct jobs and buoy the local economy.
City of Newcastle (CN) staff are being congratulated for their achievements during a challenging 12 months after delivering another record capital works program, uninterrupted community services and a targeted response to the pandemic.
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City of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional country of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. We respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing relationship with the land, and recognise that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years of dispossession. City of Newcastle reiterates its commitment to addressing disadvantages and attaining justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this community.