Latest salamander News

Officer Injured After Pursuit – Port Stephens-Hunter
Teen charged after police vehicle allegedly rammed – Lake Macquarie
Irrawang High School performers crowned winners of inaugural Port Stephens Battle of the Arts
Playspace Upgrades Prioritised For Port Stephens
Environmental Volunteers March Update
Four Local Ladies Inspire On International Women’s Day
Port Stephens’ creatives gather to collaborate and connect
International Women’s Day scholarships now open 17 January
How jellyfish regenerate functional tentacles in days
Council funds community led projects to create vibrant places
Mayoral Academic Scholarships open for 2024
Fingal Bay boat ramp closure 7 December
Council elects new Deputy Mayor
Brisbane Festival opening weekend celebrates a spectacular start to September
Picnic on sustainable tables in our parks
Scientists name new species of giant amphibian found in retaining wall
Queensland artists set to shine at Brisbane Festival 2023
Enthusiasm at Space Day
Local groups share in funding to connect community to culture
Council investigates expansion of environmental conservation zones to support Koala protection
Flawed habitat maps could derail Koala election commitments: experts voice grave concerns over NSW Government’s new vegetation mapping
Mayoral Academic Scholarships open for 2023
Fingal Bay boat ramp closure
How big were ancient amphibians?
Scientists estimate weight of two giant extinct amphibians
Solid salamander: Prehistoric amphibian was as heavy as pygmy hippo
Port Stephen’s remembers Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Port Stephens on road to being carbon neutral
In western floodplains, species adapt to bullfrog, sunfish invaders
NSW police charge man over police pursuits at Nelson Bay
$2.3 million boost for sports and recreation upgrades in Port Stephens
Prehistoric Monster “Croc” Our New State Fossil Emblem
Draft DCP amendments – 214-218 Mackillop Drive & 34 Salamander Grove
Carbon neutral Council by 2025
Green waste drop off days return with COVID Safe measures
Brains ‘primed’ for life on land