BY CHARLOTTE LLOYDCockle Creek is seeing major developments taking place with the draft area plan currently on public exhibition. The area...
Hunter News Uncategorized 7 May 2021
Independent candidates have won top spots on the Upper Hunter's by-election ballot following the draw this morning, with major parties trailing behind on the list.
BY KAYNE STEPHENSThe University of Newcastle is defending its proposed restructure following a national petition launched against the changes.The restructure...
Hunter News Uncategorized 4 May 2021
Residents around Port Stephens may see police helicopters flying overhead today, as officers search for missing man Allan Bentley.
Hunter News Uncategorized 27 April 2021
The peak body representing Trade Unions in the Hunter is calling on the University of Newcastle to reject a proposal to scrap its courses in Workplace Health and Safety.
BY IAN CROUCHDetectives investigating the murder of Melissa Hunt near Stockrington almost 27 years ago have received fresh information about...
Hunter News Uncategorized 20 April 2021
The Civic Theatre is tomorrow inviting Hunter school students to listen to a series of powerful stories from World War II veteran Alf Carpenter.
A 43-year-old man from Bolton point has suffered a $2,000 fine for dumping nine tyres at Killingworth in early March.
New stages of the Newcastle Inner City Bypass are expected to cut through what was once the Lambton Camp, a shanty town which housed up to 130 residents from the Great Depression until 1960.
The birth of 13 Eastern quoll joeys in the Barrington Tops - the first born in the region in 60 years - has given wildlife restoration efforts new hope in bringing the endangered species back from the brink.