The Hunter’s week that wasphotos

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The Hunter’s week that was | photos NEWCASTLE_ TK Maxx opens in Kotara. Picture_ Marina Neil

CESSNOCK_ A kangaroo joins the race in the last

PORT STEPHENS_ More than 350 dozen oysters were stolen from Richard Farley’s business on the Karuah River on Saturday in the latest targeted attack on farmers. Picture_ Marina Neil.

NEWCASTLE_ Knights duo Nathan Ross and Pauli Pauli will make their representative debut against Country on Sunday

NEWCASTLE_ Dr Virginia Turner, with one-year-old daughter, Mabel as the John Hunter Hospital opens its PICU. Picture_ Simone De Peak.

TAREE_ Emergency services help the woman as she remains trapped in the overturned RTV. Photo_ NSW Police

PORT STEPHENS_ Olympic shooter Michael Diamond leaves court after he was banned from holding a gun licence for 10 years

LAKE MACQUARIE_ Kelvin and Marion Gillespie’s home is one of an untold number in the Hunter damaged by expanding road mix. Picture_ Max Mason-Hubers

NEWCASTLE_ Simon Crane, the managing director of Lovells Springs, at the company’s headquarters in Carrington. He holds grave fears for the train manufacturing industry in NSW. PICTURE_ Simone De Peak

NEWCASTLE_ NIGHTMARE_ Karen and Mark Grant have fled their home with children Audrey, five months, and Dempsey, four, over Williamtown contamination blood tests. Picture_ Jonathan Carroll

GRETA, NSW_ Greta six-year-old Harry Preece has booked his place in the Australian junior team for a tour of America in July. Picture_ Harry Preece Golf_Facebook

NEWCASTLE_ A foggy start to May failed to deter surfers. Picture_ Dave Anderson

CESSNOCK_ Police surround Gregory John Thompson’s car outside Michael Moad’s house in Cessnock on March 1, 2015. This week, Mr Thompson pleaded not guilty to murder, but guilty to manslaughter over Mr Moad’s stabbing.

Greta teen Jimmy Jones with his mum, Natalie, beside the accident scene on the New England Highway. Picture: Simone De Peak

Hunter war veterans discuss challenges ex service personnel face in regional areas

Cessnock police officers Alan Thompson and Ray Scorer recognised 40 years after they died in a car accident

The region’s favourite agricultural show is back again – Tocal Field Days.

QUEEN’S CUP: Helen Hopcroft’s first day as Marie Antoinette began with a cup of coffee with friends and family in Tasmania. Picture: Supplied

Maitland Local Health Committee invites community to provide feedback about proposed new Lower Hunter Hospital

UFO photographed by Hunter boy

Terminally ill Metford mum Karin Reynolds sees her made over house for the first time

Drug charges at Groovin The Moo 2017

Tom Magnier, Coolmore stud Jerrys Plains – a neighbour of Drayton South. Coolmore along with Godolphin have spent millions on fighting teh development of the Drayton South Coal Project.

PCYC Muswellbrook is calling on the community for help

Scone Horse Festival committee president Lee Watts with 2017 Scone Horse Festival VIP Lisa Martin on Thursday night.

MV Solar’s mission to power the world one solar panel at a time is gathering momentum overseas.

Cessnock Council requests Roads and Maritime Services install school zone on Wine Country Drive near St Philip’s Christian College

Menshed relocates while lead contamination is cleaned up

ARTIST: Roma Horton-Stevens in her Dungog studio which she will open for the first time to the public next weekend with all her works for sale.

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