March 29th, 2017|Comments Off on Council calls for young people to get involved, make a difference this Youth Week
Council and its Youth Advisory Panel are coordinating a diverse program of events throughout Port Stephens as part of 2017 NSW Youth Week, an annual statewide celebration organised by young people, for young people. This [...]
March 27th, 2017|Comments Off on Young people on their toes as 24-hour creative challenge returns
Council and the Youth Advisory Panel will host Port Stephens 24, a 24-hour challenge that aims to encourage the creativity of young locals aged between 12 and 25, as part of Council's Youth Week 2017 [...]
March 27th, 2017|Comments Off on Cultural program provides unique learning opportunity for local children
The ‘Cultural and Relationship program’ at KU Peninsula Preschool, located in Tanilba Bay, has provided children from the centre with the opportunity to embrace Japanese and Indigenous cultures – an initiative which started with the [...]
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Hello ladies, Love the website, love the facebook page and I think you girls are marvellous. Your magazine has been beneficial in letting me know when events are happening. Keep up the great work!
As I am a fairly new local to P.S I have found the What’s on in our Backyard has become my bible! I have used it to find great local business and things to do for the kids. Best little mag and website ever! you should be congratulated on the great job you do. Thank you 🙂
I am proud to have a magazine born and bred in Port Stephens. Well done, ladies, on your initiative! My favourite features of the magazine are the competitions and “Diary of Events”. The latter is particularly useful come holiday time. During the school break, I took my youngest son and his cousin to The Wetlands as a result of reading the “Diary”. We had a great day!