A $20,000 sponsorship initiative from Port of Newcastle in December has delivered a welcome end to 2020 for four significant local not-for-profits. Ronald McDonald House,
An additional $850,000 will be invested in ongoing restoration of the 143-year-old Carrington Hydraulic Engine House, Port of Newcastle announced today. Built in 1877 and
The first shipment of the bumper New South Wales winter wheat harvest will leave Port of Newcastle this afternoon on the back of record production
Port of Newcastle has partnered with the University of Newcastle to launch its first Indigenous STEM Scholarship. The $30,000 partnership, which launched today, aims to
Port of Newcastle shares diversification plans with region’s leaders at Hunter Business Chamber CEO Connect event
On Wednesday 14 October, Port of Newcastle joined the Hunter Business Chamber in hosting its CEO Connect event for 40 of the Hunter’s leading business
Zara’s House Refugee Women’s and Children’s Centre is located in Jesmond and supports women as they rebuild their lives after fleeing conflict and experiencing the
Previous Next The Hunter’s trade gateway to the world contributes almost $1 billion to the local economy, according to the latest analysis from HoustonKemp Economists.
One of the newest and largest vessels in the Höegh Autoliners’ fleet visited Newcastle on Friday 14 August, as the port continues to diversify its trade to underpin a stable future for the Hunter economy.
Curious Legends, one of 12 local organisations supported through Port of Newcastle’s 2020 Sponsorship Program, is a local theatre company that believes in the inherent