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One of Port Stephens most significant environmental assets, the Mambo Wetlands has undergone a 2 year rehabilitation program, which has seen more than 1,200 trees planted and 25 hectares of weeds remo
Council’s new Waste Management Strategy 2021 to 2031 was formally adopted in October this year, planning for the management of waste in Port Stephens for the next 10 years and beyond.
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There will soon be a new multipurpose shared space in Nelson Bay with works now underway to update the Stockton Street stage area.
The long wait for a safer and better boat ramp at Little Beach in Nelson Bay is finally over with the new $2.2 million facility opening today.
Repairs to the Foreshore Drive culvert and installation of the new bridge are underway and on schedule to be completed in time for Christmas.
An individual has been fined $1,000 for selling Pampas Grass in Port Stephens as Council continues its focus on the illegal sale of plants, flowers and foliage that put NSW at risk.
Council has confirmed the purchase of land that will future proof Medowie and drive investment to cater for planned growth over the next 20 years.
The first in a new series of place plans designed to improve liveabiltiy, increase wellbeing and deliver economic growth was endorsed for exhibition at last weeks Council meeting.
There will soon be a new place to play in Raymond Terrace, with works now underway on a new playground and accessible public amenities at Bettles Park.