Friday, October 18, 2019

CCTV vision released after smart watches stolen from Hornsby and Charlestown...

Police have released CCTV images and are appealing for public assistance as investigations continue into the theft of ‘smart’ watches from retail...

Benefit in Blue – helping a young woman through tough times

In times of need, people of the community band together for one another.On August 17 this year Kahibah local Kiarni Lowe lost...

School is back – do you know the rules?

With more than 50 schools in Lake Macquarie City, here is a refresher on the road rules around our schools

Toronto Swim centre to reopen following $6.5 million refurbishment

Toronto Swim Centre will reopen its doors to the community this week following a multi-million dollar renovation. The $6.5...

Dozens of stolen items located in Belmont

Police have located and seized dozens of items believed to be stolen from the Lake Macquarie region. On Wednesday...

Development opens door for future growth

Mayor Kay Fraser Our city is primed for growth and prosperity and this week we took the next...

Man arrested after two officers stabbed in Toronto

A man has been arrested following a confrontation with police today, leaving two officers hospitalised with stab wounds. Just...

Strategy paints picture of public art in Lake Mac over next...

Lake Macquarie City will become a hub of public artworks and installations under a new draft Council plan. The...

Free compost giveaway for Lake Macquarie residents

From your green waste bin to your garden bed, Lake Macquarie City Council is giving away free compost processed from its kerbside...

Costa brings the fun to Living Smart Festival 2019

More than 25,000 people have celebrated sustainable living alongside one of Australia’s most passionate eco-advocates at the 2019 Living Smart Festival.
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