New Belmont Baths are a step closer

The re-establishment of Belmont Baths is a step closer, with Lake Macquarie City Council having completed a concept design for the new community swimming...

Locals are concerned with excessive speeds in Bonnells Bay

The Fishery Point and Marconi Roads in Bonnells Bay continue to be a source of real concern to the residents of Bonnells Bay and...

Concern as car parking moves into the suburbs

Residents of Charlestown have expressed concern over car parking in the suburb. Charlestown’s business district has built up considerably over the past 12 years with...

Easier to do business in Lake Mac

Lake Macquarie City Council’s new partnership with the NSW Government makes it a whole lot easier to set up a cafe, restaurant or small...

Early Christmas at Belmont 16’s

Christmas has come early at the Belmont 16s! Belmont 16s has more than 700 ham prizes between now and Christmas The ham raffles are taking place...

Lights proposed for Cooranbong crossing, but not any time soon!

Two elderly residents of Avondale Home at Cooranbong believe the crossing of Freemans Drive is a “death trap.” Dawn Ginn and Wanda Hermes have both...

All Aboard for an Arts Heart tour

LakeMac Today has been reliably informed that the address by local artist Sharon Davson at the Liberal Party Country Conference at Port Stephens last...

Random dog patrols at Redhead Beach

Lake Macquarie City Council was pleased with the response from dog owners to the first information day staged at Webb Park, Redhead on Saturday,...

Don’t be fooled: Veggies present real value for money

Buying fresh Australian vegetables is a long-term and cost-effective investment in your health. Whether they’re being used as the star of a meal, as a...

Iconic shark tower gets a new lease on life

Lake Macquarie City Council has given Redhead’s shark tower a facelift, to help ensure the iconic beach structure remains a focal point for photographers...
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