Hunter News 15 July 2021
Rain has boosted the recovery of Lake Macquarie bushland affected by the Black Summer fires in 2020, with new imaging surveys showing flora and fauna returning to the area.
Hunter News 14 July 2021
A pain-free diabetes test developed at the University of Newcastle is set to change millions of lives around the world, after receiving $6 million in funding from the Federal Government to help get the product to market.
COVID-19 restrictions in the Hunter have been extended for a further 14 days, as health authorities try to contain Sydney's outbreak.
Police are investigating tomahawk attack in Easy Maitland overnight.
Hunter News 13 July 2021
A creative collective in the Hunter have released a report highlighting the impacts of COVID-19 on the arts and culture sector in the region.
Hunter News Uncategorized 12 July 2021
Healthcare professionals and people living with cancer will benefit from the $7 million Translational Cancer Research Capacity Building Grant, awarded by the NSW Government through the Cancer institute NSW.
Hunter News 12 July 2021
A man has had his international drivers licence suspended after being caught high range drink driving over the weekend.
A 70-year-old man is in a serious but stable condition in the John Hunter Hospital after becoming impaled on fencing equipment he was using near Cessnock.
Hot on the heels of Newcastle missing out on hosting Origin 3, the NRL has ordered 12 NSW clubs including the Knights to relocate to Queensland as COVID numbers increase in Sydney.
QR Codes are now mandatory in all workplaces, schools and businesses across NSW including the Hunter.