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  • Council vs Charles Sturt University

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Mayor and Charles Sturt University (CSU) are taking the Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea one step further.

    Released on 22 May 2015

  • Collaborative effort to beautify wauchope

    Ideas for the future of Wauchope’s CBD are being sought via a pop-up ‘ideas shop’ in High Street from 28 May to 1 June.

    Released on 22 May 2015

  • $2 Million facelift for Clarence Street

    Port Macquarie CBD will soon receive a new lease of life thanks to a $2 million facelift at the intersection of Clarence and Murray Streets, between Hay and Munster Streets.

    Released on 22 May 2015

PMHC Listening is Council's online community engagement hub which will link you to all the issues and plans currently being discussed as well as the reports and feedback from past engagement projects.

Links to the Current Engagements on PMHC Listening are listed below:

 Note: the above list is in order, by "date published" to the PMHC Listening website.

  • ANZAC Centenary Commemorative Walk

    Laurieton celebrates ANZAC's 100 years anniversary in conjunction with their Tree Planting Day heritage, honouring the local men who volunteered for enlistment in the First World War.

    Next running on 22 May 2015

  • Great Songs Of The War Years

    Commemorating 100 years of the ANZACs in 2015. Great Songs of the War Years is dedicated to the hit songs that were performed and sung throughout the war years.

    Next running on 14 June 2015

  • Melbourne International Comedy Festival

    Melbourne International Comedy Festival is on the road again with a colossal night of hilarity. Be prepared for laughs a plenty as we let loose our most loved comedians onto the open road.

    Next running on 27 June 2015

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and its Councillors are committed to meeting the needs of the community.

Council's nine Councillors are elected for a four year term and are lead by the Port Macquarie-Hastings Mayor Peter Besseling, who was popularly elected by the community.

The NSW Electoral Commission officially declared the nine Councillors that make up Port Macquarie-Hastings Council following the 2012 elections.

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