IN response to a letter which appeared in the Port News on Wednesday 11th May by Mr Stuart Pearson, I have been advised by TAFE NSW – North Coast Institute that Block A at Port Macquarie Campus is soon to be refurbished to accommodate the existing Customer Contact Centre.
ONE day after our first ever Port Macquarie-Hastings Council septic inspection we received the notification of a major hike in septic fees as part of our rates.
I READ in Monday’s Port News (May 9) about the redevelopment of the highway centre. Surely this is the time for a small tourist information centre, or at the very least a large noticeboard listing those "52 things to do in Port Macquarie/Hastings".
WHY has the Adminstration Block (at TAFE) been closed and being replaced by a call centre?
THE Australia Institute is an independent research body. It has identified electorates with their proportion of constituents earning over the $87,000 threshold who will benefit from the income tax cuts announced in the May budget.
TODAY as a part of Harmony Day, Red Cross is challenging all Australians to do something practical to help make their community even more welcoming.
THE decision by Queensland's Palaszczuk government to adopt and implement lockout laws similar to those introduced in NSW by the O'Farrell government in 2014 is loudly applauded by Kings Cross residents for placing the safety and well-being of the public ahead of the interests of alcohol peddlers and bar barons as well as standing up to relentless political pressure from alcohol lobby groups and their highly paid mouthpieces.
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