Newcastle Permanent Building Society
The Newcastle Permanent Building Society is the Major Partner of Community Football across Northern NSW.
This partnership has allowed for the implementation of Initiatives such as free balls and shin pads and the stabilisation of registration fees for Entry Level Players, resulting in a steady increase in Entry Level player numbers year on year since the partnership began.
Newcastle Permanent has a long and distinguished history of returning benefits to the community. This is demonstrated in the competitiveness of their products and services, excellence in customer service, an extensive branch network and a significant level of support for a wide range of community based initiatives that help to improve the quality of life for the people of those communities.
Newcastle Permanent, Australia’s largest building society, has cemented its position as Australia’s best home lender, taking out its fourth Home Lender of the Year title in five years at the Financial Review Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards 2013, more than any other lender in the award’s history.
Newcastle Permanent is ‘here for good’…and here for football in Northern NSW!
Hit106.9 is Northern NSW Football’s official media partner (radio) and presents the Hit106.9 Northern League One. Hit106.9 support includes the weekly promotion of premier league competition Matches of The Round across the premier league season.
NBN News is Northern NSW Football’s official media partner (television) and presents the National Premier Leagues (NPL) competition. NBN’s support includes the promotion of grassroots recruitment/registration across the state during early January.
The Newcastle Herald is Northern NSW Football’s official media partner (press) and presents the Herald Women’s Premier League competition. The Newcastle Herald’s support includes the weekly promotion of premier league competition Matches of The Round across the premier league season.
The Newcastle Herald contributes to the health of the Hunter on a variety of levels. It plays an integral part in the Hunter community. The Herald’s reporting and commentary leads public debate in the region and its coverage of local issues, from business and politics through to sport and entertainment is second to none. The Newcastle Herald is read by over 112,000 people Monday to Friday and over 174,000 people look to the Newcastle Herald every Saturday.
The Newcastle Herald is also a marketplace. Its classified advertisements help people find jobs and places to live. On another level, the Newcastle Herald is active in promoting community and charitable organisations. Most significantly, the Newcastle Herald is an investor in journalism. By investing in journalism, it is investing in the community. The investment, over 140 years, has made the Newcastle Herald the voice of the Hunter.