Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Helping victims of domestic abuse

Today is the start of an epic two-day bike ride from Swansea McDonald’s to Vineyard, with around 30 avid cyclists taking part. McDonald’s Swansea has always been the brekkie spot...

Looming internet worries

US internet customers are freaking out about a plan that could block access to certain websites and slow down others. The country’s internet regulator wants to dismantle former president Barack...

New look Grannies Pool open for business

The new and much improved Grannies Pool at Blacksmiths Beach is now open for summer, featuring new pathways and access points that will help more people enjoy one of...

Plug into Council’s new pop-up charging station

Lake Macquarie City Council has launched a pop-up solar-powered charging station that will be available at City events for people to charge up their mobile devices. The charging station was...

One home burglary, one too many says council

A crime prevention campaign to reduce home burglaries in the region has been launched this week by Lake Macquarie City Council. Mayor of Lake Macquarie, Councillor Kay Fraser, said the...

Love affair taking Kailani to the Winter Olympic Games

It was 11 years ago, at an 8th birthday party, that Kailani Craine fell in love with ice skating. A love affair with her chosen sport of figure skating...

Lake Mac the home for windsurfing

Lake Macquarie, the biggest lake in the Southern Hemisphere, is also one of the best places for sailing and windsurfing. Last weekend’s blustery conditions on the water made for...

$3 million plan to protect welfare of junior doctors

A multi-million-dollar reform plan devised with the state’s junior doctors was released on Saturday to better safeguard their health and mental wellbeing. NSW Health Secretary Elizabeth Koff said the $3...

Calling athletes for 2018 International Children’s Games

Lake Macquarie City Council and the Hunter Academy of Sport are calling for expressions of interest from athletes and coaches who would like to represent the City at the...

$23.5M to manage contaminated land across the City

Lake Macquarie City Council welcomes the NSW Government’s decision to adopt all 22 recommendations of the Lead Expert Working Group (LEWG) on managing residual lead contamination in North Lake...
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