A joyful, sweet girl

This pretty girl is Tara. She’s sweetness and light, all puppy eagerness and innocent mischief! Tara is also an 8-month-old Kelpie X and in...

Living Smart Festival is just that!

Applications have opened for stallholders to attend this year’s Living Smart Festival, which is taking new measures to ensure the event lives up to...

Swansea Farmers and Artisan Markets

The third monthly Farmers and Artisan Markets Lake Mac East attracted good crowds on Saturday to Quinn Park, Swansea. Organising Manager, Brenda told LakeMac Today...

New playground gets kids seal of approval

Students from Belmont North Public School were on hand to put a new playground at Luskin Way to the test when the Mayor of...

Me2 Program for people of all abilities

Lake Macquarie City Council’s Me2 Program will be returning again this September, with a month of free and inclusive activities on offer for people...

Money well spent?

Lake Macquarie City Council is currently spending up to $1,000,000 of your money on a D.A. They, the council, want to build a four, or...

Jewells Primary Spring Fete

A great day was had by all at the annual Jewells Primary School Spring Fete. Lake Mac Today's photogapher went along to capture all...

$12,000 worth of grants for NAIDOC Week events

Lake Macquarie City Council is offering local community groups, not-for-profit organisations, agencies and schools grants to help fund projects or events during NAIDOC Week,...

Redhead Beach kiosk in time for summer

The long-awaited refurbishment of Redhead Beach kiosk, which was destroyed by fire in April, 2017, are about to get underway and should be completed...

200-year-old sabre on display in Speers Point Library

A rare 200-year-old military sabre that once belonged to one of the pioneers of European settlement in Lake Macquarie has gone on public display...
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