The restoration and enhancement of the Tacking Point Lighthouse and surrounding headland has celebrated an important milestone with the official opening of Stage 2 in the community project.
A series of events and activities celebrating indigenous arts and culture in the Hastings gets underway this weekend with a Reconciliation Walk on Sunday 26 May, to mark National Sorry Day.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is calling on Port Macquarie MP Leslie Williams to issue an apology following an incorrect media statement regarding library funding grants.
A dedicated community all rounder, Mrs Lillian Andrews, has been named the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council 2013 Volunteer of the Year!
Saltwater Creek Bridge is now open to all traffic following a complete reconstruction over the last three months.
The scenic course, the enthusiastic volunteers and the fantastic race conditions of Ironman Australia 2013 will all be featured in a one hour television special scheduled to be aired this Sunday 19 May at 1:30pm on ONE.
Residents are invited to celebrate their local library between 20-24 May as a part of Library and Information Week celebrations across the state and explore the new technology that has been integrated into services at Port Macquarie, Laurieton and Wauchope offices.
Local community groups and organisations can soon gain a share of approximately $200,000 for projects and events that will have long-term benefit for the region as part of the Community Grants Program.
The announcement that $5.9 million in Commonwealth funding has been secured for a new Food, Soil and Water Research Centre has been welcomed by Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, a key partner in the project.
Photographers and poets are being invited to draw their inspiration from the natural environment when submitting entries for the 2013 Osmosis Photography and Poetry competition.
Local sporting groups and community organisations are invited to apply for up to $5000 in funding to develop an anti-violence community education campaign.
Televisions, computers and computer equipment can now be recycled for free at five locations across Port Macquarie-Hastings as a part of a partnership program to reduce the amount of electronic waste going to landfill.