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Man’s best friend has a new place to play in Raymond Terrace with the opening of a new fenced off lead dog area in Boomerang Park.
Yacaaba Street and Stockton Street in Nelson Bay’s town centre will become one-way streets on Thursday 3 December 2020.
Mosquitoes are going to be out in force this summer. Mosquitoes can give people serious diseases like Ross River Virus, Barmah Forest Virus and Murray Valley Encephalitis.
To keep everyone safe this New Year’s Eve, there will be no annual fireworks event at the Nelson Bay Foreshore.
We want to keep our beaches, reserves, parks, shared pathways and other public spaces open for all to enjoy this summer. That's why we've developed a plan to help our community keep COVID Safe and fol
NSW offers spectacular beaches and world-class surf breaks. Boating and fishing are popular activities along the coast and on our lakes and rivers.
The search is over! After a competitive expression of interest process, the lease for the long-awaited Medowie Sport and Community Facility has officially been signed.
Port Stephens Council is asking residents what they think the future should look like as part of its new waste strategy.
Port Stephens is known for its spectacular coastline and now locals have an opportunity to have their say on how it is managed into the future.