Hunter News 15 March 2021
The State Government is facing calls to release data on how and if speed limit reductions on Thomas St, Newcastle Rd, and Griffiths Rd have improved road safety.
Hunter Valley Police are appealing for public assistance after a child was approached at Scone.
The Gardens Greyhound Track has been promised a share of $5.2 million for upgrade works to meet new safety standards.
A teenager is due to face court next month, following a crash at Adamstown.
Classic Folk celebrated St Patrick’s Day, to be sure! We featured Planxty’s Raggle Taggle Gypsy.
Interviews from Mark Rorke's Morning Show can be heard on the show's podcast.
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.
Hunter News 12 March 2021
Maitland Council has put forward a new plan to tackle parking issues in the city centre, allowing workers to use off-street parking and saving popular spots for short-term visitors.
Hunter News 11 March 2021
Two people have been flown to John Hunter Hospital in a critical condition, following a single vehicle crash at Pokolbin.
On the 14 March edition, Michael Dodd played a beautiful version of "Believe Me if all Those Endearing Young Charms".