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How livable is Lake Macquarie?

Here is your chance to take part in one of Australia’s largest surveys looking at the wellbeing of regional communities. Carried out by University of Canberra, the Regional Wellbeing Survey helps to support research that...

Getaway to Lake Macquarie

Looking for a quick getaway over the Christmas holidays with the kids? Well, this list is for you as we count down our top five picks for what to do in Lake Macquarie. #5 -...

Locals aiming for spot at Youth Olympics

Jed Fatches, of Wangi Wangi and Karma Randall, of Newcastle have their eyes set on a spot at the 2018 Youth Olympics in Argentina. The pair placed third at the Australian National Sailing Titles in...

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 perfect conditions to get out...

Cardiff dominates squash championships

Cardiff dominated the Newcastle Squash Spring Pennants Grand Final Day, winning six of the nine titles on offer on Saturday at their home courts, including the men’s and women’s top grades. Just four points separated both Cardiff...

Time to be a Good Samaritan

Mayor of Lake Macquarie, Cr Kay Fraser, has launched the 2017 Mayor’s Christmas Appeal, inviting the Lake Mac community to share the goodwill of the season by donating gifts and goods for those less...

Thai-riffic! Toronto

Alex and Pim Murray are passionate about Thai cooking and bring it to the people of Lake Macquarie and Newcastle through their two restaurants, one in Toronto and the other in New Lambton. Toronthai Toronto sits...

Awaba House Competition Winner

The winner of our very first Lake Mac Today competition is 'Sonja Barnes'. She has won a dinner for 2 at Awaba House - Tuscany Restaurant at Booragul. Manager of Awaba House, 'Julie Wood' presented...

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 its surrounds. More and more people are moving to the...

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 many dwellings being used as offices. This is great for the...
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