The long tradition of surfing continues out Belmont way, with the Robards family taking over the local surf shop from the retiring Geoff Brinkworth, who was the face of Oceanfire Surf Co. for the past 39 years. Lincoln and Kylie...
More than 500 miners from the Hunter and across NSW will be attending the 2018 NSW Minerals Council Health, Safety, Environment and Community Conference (HSEC) in the Hunter this August. This is one of the NSW mining industry's most important...
The Australian Workers’ Union, acting on behalf of Hair Stylists Australia, is fighting back against a coordinated push from employers to trim the Sunday penalty rates of hairdressers by 50 percent. The AWU established Hair Stylists Australia last year to...
Coastal sightseeing, whale watching, cruise and event tours, departing from Honeysuckle Foreshore is the latest and greatest Hunter Coast adventure boat experience being floated out this weekend. CoastXP, the brainchild of 23-year-old ocean enthusiast Dominic May, launches on Saturday, June...
A new report into local employment and salary trends says the outlook for employment and wages growth is brightening on the back of increased business and worker confidence. The new look Employment Trends Report by, Hunter-based, Forsythes Recruitment and...
More jobs in the Hunter/Newcastle/Lake Macquarie region, and burgeoning mining royalties are in the pipeline, if the state takes advantage of the increase in demand for thermal coal. A new report on expected Asian demand for Australian thermal coal highlights...
A wander through the streets of Inner Newcastle a week or so back brought home the dire consequences of the light rail project on the business operators in the area. It is patently obvious that the elongated undertaking is having...
Today’s NSW State Budget shows how strong economic management can deliver significant returns for the people of NSW, including for regional communities. The Budget also confirms the importance of a diverse economy beyond Sydney, with record mining royalties helping fill...
The landmark $80 million residential development, Water’s Edge at Warners Bay, has been granted development approval by Lake Macquarie City Council. This signals the green light for clearing the highly valued land adjoining King Street and the Esplanade, with construction...
Hunter Bikeworx has moved to their new shop location at 2/395 Hillsborough Road Warners Bay, now located down the road from the old store, between McDonald's and 7Eleven on Hillsborough Road. Staff have been working feverishly to get their house...
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