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Dressed to de-stress

DRESS down and stress down tomorrow! That’s the challenge from Lifeline which is holding a fund-raising Stress Down Day tomorrow, Friday 25 July. Lifeline is encouraging...

Route of confusion

A WAUCHOPE couple have called for a rethink on their bus system. Retirees Rosanna and John van der Ley said some of the drivers were...

Remember the date

THE PORT Macquarie Memory Walk and Jog is just a week away and Alzheimer’s Australia NSW is offering the first 500 people who sign-up...

Stuffed full of comfort care

THE Port Macquarie CWA Evening Branch ladies have been stuffing! No, not turkeys or chickens, but trauma teddies. Members have been knitting and stuffing these...

Up and ready to roll

THE delivery of new residential waste bins was due to start earlier this week as Port Macquarie-Hastings Council prepares for the commencement of its...

Fun and games

ONE of the highlights of NAIDOC Week was the Family Fun Day at the Port Macquarie Racecourse, which included face painting, bush tuckers tastings,...

Small change to make big difference

YOUR small change can make a big change - and the Hastings Education Fund would like as much of it as you can spare. The...

A week to remember

EACH year Westport High School begins term three by acknowledging NAIDOC Week with a formal school assembly followed by a day of activities -...

Schools take rugby test

ST Agnes Parish secondary schools in Port Macquarie are playing host to two visiting schoolboy rugby teams from England. St Joseph’s Regional College is hosting...

Clubs big payday

ALMOST half a million dollars was given away by the Westport Club in Port Macquarie last week. The club presented cheques for a total of...

True blue

In brief ELEVEN Port Macquarie-Hastings residents will become Australian citizens this afternoon in a formal ceremony conducted by Port Macquarie-Hastings Council. Mayor Peter Besseling will present...

Residents slam ‘hollow’ council feedback

A LOCAL ratepayers association and Port Macquarie-Hastings Council have locked horns over community consultation. Hastings Residents Action Network president Rick Sharp said one of PMHC’s...