Council to consider plan for next financial year

A draft plan to be considered at a meeting next week outlines how Lake Macquarie City Council will spend its $356 million...

Let’s Talk sessions cover flooding, natural disasters in Lake Mac

Expert talks held in Lake Macquarie next month will help shed light on flooding and tidal inundation risks in Pelican, Blacksmiths and...

Inquiries continue into fatal motorcycle crash

A motorcyclist who died in the Lake Macquarie region has been identified, as inquiries into the incident continue. Just...

Surf Emergencies Put Pressure on Lifesavers

The first three days of the Easter long weekend have seen surf lifesavers respond to a large number of incidents and emergencies...

Bestselling authors Write Here! in Lake Mac

New York Times bestselling crime author Candice Fox and award-winning novelist Wendy James will headline an exciting new Lake Macquarie writers’ festival...

Easter Bunny comes to Kahibah

Residents of Kahibah enjoyed their very own Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Forty plus families attended with their...

Chronic Pain and a new shift in treatment

Pain is a distressing feeling often caused by intense or damaging stimuli. The International Association for the Study of Pain's widely used...

Green issues highlighted in May Movie Month

A trio of free documentaries screening in Lake Macquarie next month will explore how living with change and sustainability is crucial for...

Awards to shine light on Lake Mac’s best businesses

The stars of Lake Macquarie’s booming business community are set to shine at a gala awards ceremony in July.

OPEN SLATHER ON TORONTO FORESHORE?

The proponent of the 124 unit-mixed-use development spanning 114-120 Cary Street Toronto, next to McDonald’s, has applied to increase the building height...
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