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Save the date, Great Southern Nights returns 2022

The NSW Government is amping up the State’s live music scene with the return of Great Southern Nights in March and April 2022 and local musicians and live music venues are being encouraged to get involved. Following its hugely successful debut in 2020, Great Southern Nights will again create jobs and revenue for artists, venues…

New ‘Let’s Do This’ campaign

The NSW Government has launched the next phase of its state-wide COVID-19 advertising campaign aimed at encouraging people across NSW to get vaccinated. The ‘Let’s Do This’ campaign is designed to encourage people to get their COVID-19 vaccinations so residents can get back to doing the things they love. Residents and businesses in the Cessnock…

NSW Roadmap reveal, what you need to know

Stay-at-home orders for adults who have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be lifted from the Monday after NSW passes the 70 per cent double vaccination target, under the roadmap to freedom released by the NSW Government. The roadmap is subject to further fine-tuning and health advice if circumstances change drastically or if…

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The Mighty Hunter Valley

The Mighty Hunter Valley is the newest place to celebrate in the Hunter when it is safe to do so. Set on five acres, space abounds at the newly revamped venue, this marvel is more than a beer lover’s paradise; it is the perfect place to celebrate an event for any occasion.  From that special…

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Business Study

Three in four Cessnock businesses intend to expand or grow in the next two years according to the Business Capability Study 2019. 713 Businesses were surveyed to better understand industry and businesses in the city.

Skills Audit 2018

Two out of five businesses in Cessnock City said they were experiencing skills shortages in our comprehensive Skills Audit conducted in 2018.

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