Wednesday, September 18, 2019

The customer is not always right!

The SDA, the union for workers in retail, fast food and warehousing has launched a major national campaign, ‘No One Deserves a Serve’ to stop the abuse and violence...

Running to help our children

Charlie's Run 4 Kids is a group of local people who raise money for a selected family in need of support by competing in a yearly run from Seal...

Lake Mac a place of diversity

Lake Macquarie has reinforced its commitment to being a diverse and inclusive City by becoming the first NSW Council to join the ‘Welcoming Cities’ network. Mayor of Lake Macquarie, Kay...

Curves women give gifts of love

The generosity of the people in the Lake Macquarie/Newcastle region knows no bounds. LakeMacToday has been inundated with good samaritan stories this Christmas, and Curves at Charlestown is one of...

Millions could go hungry this Christmas

A shocking 15 percent of the population (3.6 million Australians) has experienced uncertainty in the last 12 months about where their next meal will come from, according to this...

Police urge public not to leave pets in cars

Police are urging the public to never leave pets in cars on hot days after a dog died while locked in a vehicle in Rose Bay on Tuesday. Police have...

Mayoral pay rates

Much discussion around the dinner table this week centred around the wage rise for the mayor and councillors on Newcastle City Council and why their pay is notionally higher...

Energy recovery plant could supply 40,000 homes, create 300 jobs

An Australian-first energy recovery project at the Mt Piper power station near Lithgow is technically and economically viable. The project has the capacity to provide reliable baseload electricity supply for...

Boom times ahead in Lake Mac

The current building boom in the Lake Macquarie Council area has created the necessity for more infrastructure to cater for the rapidly increasing number of residents to the city. Lake...

NSW welcomes 24 new firefighters

Twenty-four new firefighters were welcomed into Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) at a ceremony at the State Training College in Alexandria on Sunday. Minister for Emergency Services Troy Grant congratulated...
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