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    • Hunter United's EzyNet Teller website (2,959)
      your financial friend, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    • Monteath & Powys (730)
      Monteath & Powys provide commercial/industrial surveying and land development services.
    • Newcastle Auto Electrics (462)
      PHONE 49615998
      Established in 1964, Newcastle and Charlestown Auto Electrics have been providing quality automotive electrical services to our customers for over 42 years. Newcastle Auto Electrics was located in Throsby Street and in 2006 moved to Railway Street Wickham. From Hannell Street drive to the end of Throsby St, into Railway Street.

      Railway Street is also easy to access from Hunter Street in the south or Albert Street in the north.
    • Newcastle Livesites (567)
      A program of outdoor cultural activites in the city of Newcastle.
    • Newcastle Port Corporation (407)
      Established under the Ports Corporatisation and Waterways Management Act 1995, the Newcastle Port Corporation is wholly owned by the people of New South Wales and is obliged to be a successful business, promote and facilitate trade through its port facilities and ensure safety in the port.

      The port plays a central role in the economic wellbeing of Newcastle, the Hunter Region and the State of NSW. The Port of Newcastle is one of the largest coal exporting ports in the world.

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