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Council’s ‘Revamping Rezoning’ project has been announced as a finalist in the Local Government NSW Planning Awards.
Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer has officially opened the revitalised Shoal Bay foreshore, just in time for summer.
The NSW Electoral Commission is looking to recruit residents from the Port Stephens local government area to work at the 2021 NSW Local Council Elections being held on 4 December 2021.
Port Stephens Council has endorsed a Notice of Motion by Mayor Ryan Palmer to commit to carbon neutrality by 2025.
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With NSW now reaching the 70% double dose vaccination target, Port Stephens Council will open a number of venues from Monday 11 October.
The vision for a new gateway to the Worimi Conservation Lands will soon become a reality, with the Australian Government announcing $4 million for the new Birubi Information Centre.
Koala-lovers are being sought to become the first volunteer Koala Sanctuary Ambassadors in Port Stephens.
A new bridge will be installed on Foreshore Dr Corlette to replace the culvert that was washed away during the March 2021 natural disaster by Christmas.
Port Stephens Council Deputy Mayor Paul Le Mottee has been re-elected at the 28 September 2021 ordinary meeting.
Raymond Terrace’s main street has had a refresh ahead of major upgrades next month – with road resurfacing, extra parking and better accessible parking now a reality for William Street.