New Junior Golf Program at Horizons

HORIZONS Golf Resort at Port Stephens will run a junior golf program each school term of 2017 covering swing tuition, on-course play, golf rules and etiquette. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE The program will run every Saturday at midday during school term, with classes commencing on Saturday 11 February, 2017. Young people aged

Pacific Dunes ranks among top courses

THE Pacific Dunes Golf Club in Port Stephens is celebrating news that the course has been awarded superior rankings by two leading golf magazines. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Golf Digest and Golf Australia have each released annual rankings for Australia’s top 100 golf courses and Pacific Dunes has been ranked number

Tenders open for Melbourne Cup Tour

THE Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour will this year celebrate a 15-year milestone, with the Melbourne Cup trophy set to visit more than 30 destinations in its annual trek across Australia and New Zealand. To ensure the Port Stephens community have an opportunity to secure a visit from the 18-carat gold Cup

Port Stephens Oyster Price Rise Possible

PROBLEMS with oyster spat production in Tasmania and South Australia could very well be a bonus for Port Stephens growers. Local farmer Richard Hamlyn-Harris said that a national shortage was looming and this could see the price rise “substantially”. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE “After the problems of the past few years, we

Transition to Work for Port Stephens people

TRANSITION to Work, a branch of Workskil Youth, is a great service designed to support young people aged 15-21 years on their journey to employment. The service has a strong focus on practical intervention and work experience to build a young person’s skills, confidence and readiness to engage in employment. Or CLICK

Fun and Frivolity with Probus

THE Probus Club of Port Stephens celebrated Australia Day 2017 with their annual Family Picnic at Sunset Beach. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE The very welcome and much-needed rain scared off a few members but it cleared up just in time for a very pleasant 4pm start. The Australia day afternoon saw a