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We are seeking expressions of interest from artists who live, work or connect with the Port Stephens community to develop unique artwork that brings colour, life and fun to our streets and neighbourho
A new tourism campaign that celebrates the incredible natural beauty of Port Stephens has today been launched by the NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency Destination NSW and Destinat
Last night Port Stephens Council voted in favour of development application for the proposed new Connected Learning Centre (CLC) TAFE campus at 1 Central Avenue Salamander Bay.
To keep the community up to date on the impact COVID-19 has had on Council operations, Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer and Council staff will host a live Q&A via Facebook on 6pm Wednesday 17 June
Lionel Morten Oval has officially revealed its new all-inclusive sporting oval and facilities today — thanks to grants from the Australian Government’s Move It AUS program, Australian Cric
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro announced a $5 million Williamtown Special Activation Precinct yesterday, which will create 15,000 jobs and unprecedented economic growth for Port Stephens.
While we haven’t travelled anywhere, the past few months have undoubtedly been a journey. COVID-19 has, without question, been one of the most uncertain and unusual challenges we’ve faced
With the latest easing of NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions, One Mile Beach will reinstate flagged lifeguard operations from Monday 1 June 2020 and throughout the winter period until Friday 25 Sept
The Hunter Joint Organisation and its ten member councils — including Port Stephens Council — are refreshing their Regional Code of Conduct Panel and are inviting Expressions of Interest.
Five notorious Port Stephens black spots will receive a total $3.25 million in federal funding for safety upgrades following a Federal Government announcement.