Jeff Wortley, Tea Gardens Hawks, has won Player of the Year 2014

Tea Gardens Hawks half back, Jeff Wortley has won the Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Leagues “Player of the Year” award for 2014. The award is won by referees voting in all games throughout the season. This award is indicative of Wortley’s contribution to the Hawks charge to the grand final. Recognition also eases

Katherine Munro’s The Hepburns playing at Bulahdelah

Katherine Munro, better known as ‘Kat’, was just a high school student when she first performed at Bulahdelah Open Mic’s alongside her father, Alan. Together they ran the successful Open Mic’s in Stroud and are now the driving force behind one of Newcastle’s most popular bands, ‘The Hepburns’. Highly sought after in Newcastle’s best venues, The Hepburns have

Police investigate multiple stabbings at Liverpool

Police are investigating the death of a man, and the wounding of two other men, in Liverpool tonight. About 9.30pm (Monday 29 September 2014) two men presented at Liverpool Hospital suffering stab wounds. One of the men died as a result of his injuries, the other man remains in a critical but stable condition. Moments

Four people arrested after street fight in Medowie

Four people have been arrested following a fight involving two families in Medowie yesterday. Police from Port Stephens Local Area Command were called to the home in Coachwood Drive about 4.40pm (Sunday 28 September 2014), responding to reports people were fighting in the street. When police arrived two carloads of people had already left the

Police release CCTV regarding Minto school investigation

Police have released CCTV stills in relation to an incident when a man entered a school armed with a knife in Minto yesterday. About 2.10pm on Thursday 25 September 2014, police have been told a man armed with a knife entered the premises on Benham Road. The man spoke with a female

Police will be out in force over the Football Finals weekend

NSW Police are reminding the public that officers will be out in force as big crowds are expected at the rugby league finals over the weekend. Operation Hammerhead, the ongoing statewide high-visibility policing operation, will be focusing its attention at the stadium and public transport hubs. Commander of Operation Hammerhead, Assistant Commissioner

Sports Results for Tea Gardens, Hawks Nest, Bulahdelah and Karuah

BOWLS TEA Gardens Women’s Bowls on September 16th was lovely spring day and saw the Club play a “Versatility” competition where teams compete in the four disciplines of bowls: Singles, Pairs, Triples and Fours. The most “versatile” team of the day were: Sheril Johnson, Lesley Kibble, Bev Rhodes and Anne MacKenzie. Filling

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