The Hunter Region is transforming into a hot spot for renewable energy, with billions of dollars-worth of large-scale projects planned.
Discussions and planning are in place for the proposed desalination plant at Belmont to be operating earlier than expected. Water storage levels for the Lower Hunter have reached 65 percent for the first time in 21 years.
Sparke Helmore partnered with PwC Australia to host a Hunter Live event at Merewether Surfhouse on Wednesday 19 June.
The former David Jones building on Hunter Street Mall in Newcastle's East End is set to be transformed into a 106-room hotel with a roof-top bar by QT Hotel.
Star Scientific, a Newcastle-based company has made a breakthrough in Hydrogen technology that could replace coal-fired power globally.
Newcastle's first five star hotel will open in 2020 after Crystalbrook Collection Hotels & Resorts acquired the iconic "Roundhouse" Council Administrative Centre.
When the Newcastle and Hunter Ending Homelessness Pledge was launched in late April, Sparke Helmore was one of the first organisations to show support and pledge to do their part to end homelessness
Sparke Helmore was again the major sponsor for the University of Newcastle Law Students' Association's annual 'Women in Law Breakfast' on Friday 2 November 2018.
Sparke Helmore supports young professionals in the business community by sponsoring the Hunter Young Professionals 'Contributing to your future' breakfast in November.