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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.
Get pedalling for Biketober
This fun, friendly competition is for everyone around Australia to see who can get the most friends, family and co-workers to ride a bike during October. Find out more at whatson.newcastle.nsw.gov.au
Do you know any artists or musicians?
Grants available for venues to apply to host artists and musicians. Find out more today.
Nominate someone today
We're searching for our next Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Senior Citizen of the Year, and Community Group of the Year – it could be your neighbour, friend or colleague. Find out more and nominate someone today.
Download a free Newcastle inspired virtual background
Set the scene at your next online meeting with a stunning virtual background. Choose one of 10 locations from the Bogey Hole to Blackbutt Reserve ... or download them all and keep your colleagues guessing.
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Green-thumbed residents are being given the opportunity to transform Newcastle's street verges into flourishing road-side gardens.
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 record $102.4 million, to counter the impact of COVID-19 on the local economy.
When the stones were set in the arches at South Newcastle Beach, horse and carts filled the streets of Newcastle and beach attire consisted of three-piece suits and ankle length dresses.
City of Newcastle has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring Newcastle is an inclusive community via an updated Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) to be presented to Councillors at Tuesday's Council Meeting.
Sporting facility upgrades for Alder Park in New Lambton, Empire Park opposite Bar Beach, Cook Park in Shortland and Hamilton Park Tennis Club are among 59 projects awarded a combined $450,000 in funding from the City of Newcastle.
City of Newcastle Councillors will vote on Tuesday to award the Newcastle Ocean Baths upgrade contract with the site to close early next year and be off limits for just one summer.
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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.