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A newly constructed pathway in Anna Bay has been named after the late Port Stephens Councillor Shirley O’Brien in recognition of her contribution to the community.
Port Stephens Council has approved $35,381 of financial assistance to a number of worthy community groups and individuals from Mayoral and Ward funds.
Port Stephens Council has approved over $7 million of funding to repair damage to infrastructure caused by the natural disaster event in March this year.
The popular Little Beach boat ramp will close from Tuesday 13 July for a $2 million upgrade that will make launching boats from the ramp easier.
The upcoming Local Government Election is on Saturday 4 September 2021. If you're thinking about nominating as a candidate, find out more about what's involved.
Essential upgrades to Clarence Town Road are progressing well, with Port Stephens and Dungog Councils undertaking rehabilitation works between Raymond Terrace and Dungog.
Medowie’s Boyd Oval will soon be home to a new $1.4 million amenities building that will better cater for rugby union and touch football teams, with works kicking off this week.
Free Share the Dignity period packs are now available at the press of a button to provide sanitary items and reduce period poverty for those in need in our community.
New places for people to gather and spend time are on the way for William Street in Raymond Terrace to create a more vibrant town centre and support local businesses.
A new series of events and activities is set to bring life and vibrancy to the streets of Nelson Bay.