The week that was:April 21 – 28PHOTOS

The week that was | PHOTOS SPARKLING: Merle Phillipps, centre, celebrates her 100th birthday with daughter Jenny Wilkinson and son Tony Phillipps. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

HUNTER: Jeff Wall from Multiplex and Tim Beattie from Stockland at the construction zone for the next stage of work. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

ANZAC DAY: Two-up at The Family Hotel in Maitland. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

HUNTER: Trevor Dickinson’s mural is back on the bricks near Maitland train station. This time permanently. Picture: Perry Duffin

Dawn service in Maitland

Anzac Day 2017 service at East Maitland

HUNTER: Chelsea Mordue, with mum Krystle. An image of Chelsea being saved was one of the most memorabe from the 2015 superstorm. Picture: Perry Duffin

Nine Mile Ocean Classic at Blacksmiths postponed following shark activity in Swansea Channel

Newcastle parking: city council’s proposed new parking fee structure criticised as a cash grab

Ocean Street, Dudley’s road to ruin

Peabody Energy lost a battle against a Bulga farmer, and the skirmishes continue

‘Pie in the sky’: Labor councillors question state government’s affordable housing plan for former Newcastle rail corridor

NHRU: Adrian Delore to represent family after brother Michael succumbs to head knock

TEST HOPEFULS: Bec Young, Caitlin Morgan, and Simone Smith are all in the preliminary Jillaroos squad.

Masked thieves targeted Melville Jewellers and Wallace Bishop Jewellers in Westfield Kotara heist

RSPCA appeal over Hugo dumped at Muswellbrook

Bite into the Donald Trump burger at Burger Urge in Glendale

Relay for Life: Brett Kimmorley and daughters to walk in honour of late mum Sharnie

Honoured: Camberwell’s Wendy Bowman holds her Goldman Environmental Prize high at a ceremony in San Francisco on Tuesday.

Nobbys Anzac Day dawn service

Sue Gilbert prepares for her 15th Dobell Festival of Arts and Crafts at Wangi District Workers Club

A young woman is in a critical condition after a crash that trapped her inside the wreckage of her car for more than an hour.

Singleton Co-Op reunion to be held this October

Sandy Hollow Charity Horse Ride raises funds for Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service

Scone High School student David Kalev-Roy a finalist at JMC Academy Martini Film Awards Sydney

Hydro appoints CMA Contracting to demolish Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter

Power Choices event in Dungog to help families

Hundreds of people attended the Clarence Town Anzac Dawn service this year to pay their respects.

National Parks Association Bushwalking in the Upper Hunter

Upper Hunter Community Services offers children a Licence to Ride

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