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Released on: 17 January 2019
Council would like to invite the community to attend Australia Day celebrations in the Camden Haven, Wauchope and Port Macquarie.
Released on: 11 January 2019
Council would like to reassure the community and visitors that there are currently no health risks with swimming or recreations activities in the Lake.
Released on: 21 December 2018
Strategies to reduce the impact of flying foxes on local residents at Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve have been identified in a Draft Kooloonbung Creek Camp Management Plan, and now’s the time for the community to have your say.
Released on: 20 December 2018
The third and final timber bridge on Comboyne Rd has now been replaced, signifying the completion of a $5.7million investment to improve the safety and connectivity of this important link road.
Released on: 17 December 2018
This week the Mayor talks about the proposed Orbital Road in Port Macquarie.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is proud to announce Narelle Campbell as our 2019 Australia Day Ambassador who will join Mayor Peta Pinson as they attend official Australia Day ceremonies and celebrations across our region.
Released on: 11 December 2018
Mayor Peta Pinson and MP Leslie Williams officially opened the new innovative virtual reality Portal this morning, as well as study rooms and outdoors spaces that have been constructed as part of a $195,915 expansion to Port Macquarie’s Library.
Released on: 10 December 2018
This week the Mayor urges the community to be vigilant on our roads during the holiday period, and encourages everyone to shop unique boutique in Wauchope this Christmas.
Residents and visitors are set to benefit from safety and pedestrian accessibility upgrades to the Kooloonbung Creek foreshore between Gordon and Hayward Streets in Port Macquarie, with work to rejuvenate the area commencing Monday 10 December.
Released on: 06 December 2018
Residents and holiday makers across the region are being encouraged to pay extra attention when travelling on local roads during the Christmas holiday break, and are being reminded that it’s ‘Holiday Time: Slow Down, Kids Around’