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Last updated: 23 Mar 2020 10:50am
Media Release; Community Notice
Online story time and workout videos are two of the ways Port Stephens Council’s Library and Leisure Centres are adapting in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to help keep the community con
Although bushfire season officially ended this week, Port Stephens Council is reminding the community to be prepared to protect their homes and families ahead of the next fire season.
Local businesses in need of support and advice as a result of COVID-19 (coronavirus) now have access to a new resource.
As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to spread across the country and our region, the time has come to make some difficult decisions to protect our community.
An update from Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer on the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic
Australia’s response to managing COVID-19 (coronavirus) is evolving and things are changing quickly as the virus continues to spread throughout communities in the Hunter region.
The embattled Port Stephens tourism and business sectors are breathing a little easier today after Council last night endorsed up to $500,000 funding for initiatives to support these industries which
Port Stephens Council has requested the NSW Rural Fire Service conduct a Hazard Reduction Burn on Stoney Ridge Reserve to reduce the risk of bushfire threat to neighbouring properties from 14 March 20
Bright ideas to step-up Port Stephens’ visitor experience are being sought as part of a new incubator program for entrepreneurs or businesses looking to expand.