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Environment Minister Matt Kean MP joined Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer today to officially open the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary, with gates opening to the general public at 9am tomorrow.
Port Stephens Council has joined the Cities Power Partnership, Australia’s largest local government climate network.
Port Stephens Council has a new Deputy Mayor in Butterwick resident and West Ward Councillor Paul Le Mottee, who was elected 6 votes to 3 against fellow nominee Councillor Giacomo Arnott. Le Mottee wi
After a recent review of speed zones in Port Stephens, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) have determined Abundance and Fairlands Road Medowie warrant a reduction in speed.
Following the devastating 2019/20 bushfire season, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) is holding their annual Get Ready Weekend 19 to 20 September encouraging the community to get ready in the lead up t
The Port Stephens community is invited to rate their neighbourhood as part of the first place census in the Hunter region.
Raymond Terrace and Nelson Bay are the lucky recipients of over $700,000 as part of the NSW Government’s Streets as Shared Spaces program for temporary activation projects that support the commu
It’s game on at the newly constructed Medowie Sport and Community Centre as Port Stephens Council seeks an innovative and experienced operator to take charge, with expressions of interest (EOI)
Port Stephens Council held an online virtual youth event last night at the Naked Alley Café — sharing the talents of our local youth, interviews and information on resources for young people in
The Little Beach boat ramp will receive a $2 million upgrade thanks to a successful grant application to the NSW Boating Now program by Port Stephens Council.