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Holiday fun and games

Looking for a reasonably priced activity to take the children in Lake Macquarie over the holidays? Look no further, the ‘Pop up retro video game console arcade’, located in the Charlestown Place Community Centre (the...

Lake Mac clubs early favourites

Two of the three Lake Macquarie based clubs will start among the favourites to take out the Newcastle Rugby League first grade competition in 2018. Central Charlestown, after a 69-year drought, and Macquarie Scorpions, the...

Young artist dreams big

Stevie Richards, of Charlestown has a dream; a dream to become a professional artist. It might take some time, but the signs are there, judging by the quality of her works, that Stevie will...

Shoplifting at Charlestown

Lake Macquarie Police are seeking to identify the females depicted in CCTV from a retail outlet at Charlestown, NSW. Police believe the females can assist our enquiries regarding a shoplifting incident at the store on...

1,000 players take to the courts

One thousand netballers aged five through to seniors took to the Charlestown Netball courts on Saturday for Round 1 of the 2018 winter competition. On a warmish day it proved to be hard yakka for...

Charlestown’s million dollar skate park

High excitement is building among the younger generation in Lake Macquarie with plans unveiled today by Lake Macquarie City Council for construction of Charlestown's new skate park. Local pro skaters, including Jedd McKenzie and Poppy...

Second grade cricket finals

Charlestown seconds lose cliffhanger Cricket is a cruel game at times. None more so than the case of Charlestown second grade which lost Sunday’s final to Merewether by a lousy two runs after being undefeated all...

Cosmetics theft in Charlestown

Lake Macquarie Police are seeking to identify the three young woman depicted in CCTV from a store in Charlestown. Police believe that they can assist with enquiries regarding the theft of cosmetics from the store...

Merewether beat the Magpies, finally

So near, but yet so far. That was the sad tale of woe for Charlestown Cricket Club’s first grade side which bowed out of the 2017-18 finals at the weekend, beaten by a relentless Merewether...

Magpies skipper says: “We can go all the way”

Charlestown’s veteran skipper, Steve Mace is backing his side to go all the way in the 2017-18 finals race which begins on Saturday with the semi-finals in all grades of the Newcastle District Cricket...
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