Council on board with recycled glass ‘sand’

Council on board with recycled glass ‘sand’

In response to Australia’s recycling crisis, there has been an increasing trend for councils to utilise recycled glass ‘sand’ for civil works and Cessnock City Council is proud to be on board.
Cessnock City Council
09 Dec 2019
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New Hunter Valley Jobs website launches

New Hunter Valley Jobs website launches

Cessnock City Council is urging businesses to assist in the test phase of a new local jobs portal and list their position vacancies for free. The new website, cessnockjobs.com.au, is being piloted to make hiring easier for Hunter Valley employers and job seekers.
Cessnock City Council
09 Dec 2019
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Carols in the Park 2019 cancelled

Carols in the Park 2019 cancelled

Cessnock City Council has been forced to call off Carols in the Park 2019 due to the current bush fire emergency and the associated impact of smoke.
Cessnock City Council
06 Dec 2019
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Mayors unite to combat car theft this Christmas

Mayors unite to combat car theft this Christmas

Having a car stolen is stressful, inconvenient and costly, particularly during the festive season. Community members across Newcastle and the Hunter are being urged to be vigilant over summer as motor vehicle thefts are set to spike the time of year.
Cessnock City Council
05 Dec 2019
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Fireworks cancelled for Carols in Park 2019

Fireworks cancelled for Carols in Park 2019

In light of the recent fires in our area along with the ongoing dry conditions we have made the decision to cancel the fireworks planned for Carols in the Park 2019.
Cessnock City Council
04 Dec 2019
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There’s more free parking than you think in Cessnock CBD

There’s more free parking than you think in Cessnock CBD

As we move into the festive season, Cessnock CBD is expected to be busier than ever and there’s plenty of free, untimed parking spaces available with convenient pedestrian access.
Cessnock City Council
02 Dec 2019
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Bush fire update

Bush fire update

The Little L complex of fires to the west of these areas are over 8,900 hectares in size, spreading in an easterly direction and are out of control. Fire activity is expected to increase again today under the influence of strong westerly winds. There are a number of other fires burning in the Corrabare State Forrest to the east including Grumps Rd and Thursby Rd, these are expected to increase again today.
Cessnock City Council
02 Dec 2019
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Help set out the 20 year vision for land use in Cessnock

Help set out the 20 year vision for land use in Cessnock

Cessnock City Council is calling on the community to have their say on the Draft Cessnock Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) which is on public exhibition until Wednesday 5 February 2020
Cessnock City Council
28 Nov 2019
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2020 Mayoral Scholarships now open

2020 Mayoral Scholarships now open

Cessnock City Council is proud to announce the Mayoral Scholarships are now open for residents looking to build a career and further their education in 2020.
Cessnock City Council
27 Nov 2019
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