Hunter News 24 March 2021
The NSW Government has waived the waste levy fee for residents disposing of flood generated waste in areas across the Hunter that have been declared Natural Disaster Areas.
Concerns have been raised the number of police officers in the Hunter is failing to keep with the region's growing population.
Geoff McGregor featured 'The Lark in the Clear Air' - superb playing from Ross Dunne, 28 March.
Hunter News 19 March 2021
The number of violent incidents in schools across the Hunter and NSW has almost doubled in the space of 12 months prompting concern from parents and community groups.
Crews worked for over six hours to clear over one metre of stormwater from an underground car park at Nelson Bay.
Ausgrid are working to restore power to over 1000 homes and businesses around Cessnock.
BY ISABEL EVERETTThe Bureau of Meteorology has predicting possible flooding along the Myall River for the Bulahdelah areas.Residents and visitors...
BY ISABEL EVERETTTwo men will face court today charged over the alleged stabbing of a man at Cliftleigh. About 1.50am on...
The NSW Government has proposed a new draft plan which hopes to turn air pollution in the Hunter around for good.
The State Emergency Service is bracing for a busy 48 hours in the Hunter as a low pressure system moves south from the Mid North Coast, bringing heavy rain and possible thunderstorms.