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Due to continued wet weather, Port Stephens Council’s Parks and Gardens team are currently working through a backlog of mowing and gardening in our parks.
Retiring East Ward Councillor John Nell has been recognised for his 30 plus years of service to Port Stephens Council and the sporting community with the naming of Tomaree Match Field 1 in his honour.
Port Stephens Council has tonight endorsed a 20-year vision for Raymond Terrace that prioritises people and focuses on connectivity, public spaces and place activation.
Nelson Bay is one step closer to more car parking and a revamped Stockton Street after Port Stephens Council last week voted to borrow $5 million to fast-track the Nelson Bay Public Domain Plan thanks
A record-breaking $40,000 has been awarded to 20 talented students as part of the 2021 Port Stephens Mayoral Academic Scholarships — the program’s biggest ever scholarship pool.
Port Stephens Council is encouraging residents and visitors to take responsibility for their rubbish by putting it in a bin or taking it with them as part of a statewide Don’t be a Tosser! campa
Port Stephens Council has this week committed to the completion of the shared pathway in Fern Bay, the biggest project planned for the Port town that borders Newcastle.
Port Stephens Council has committed to tapping into a range of grant funding programs to progress Raymond Terrace town centre improvements as part of the Raymond Terrace and Heatherbrae Strategy.
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Port Stephens roads are set to receive a welcome boost after Councillors committed at least $1 million to resealing local roads.
A new online disaster dashboard will provide real-time information to help the Port Stephens community be aware of, prepare for and respond to local emergencies.