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3 hrs ago | South Coast Register
COHORT: 56 students, the largest number yet, celebrated their high school achievements on Monday at the Bomaderry Bowling Club for the 2014 Shoalhaven Aboriginal Graduation ceremony.
13 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury
Work has started on the second bridge at Shone Avenue as part of Wollongong City Council's West Dapto Access Strategy.
Police have arrested and charged a man in relation to the armed robbery and carjacking of a taxi driver at Kiama last week.
The feared long queues at train station ticket windows didn't happen but people still seem confused about the government decision to retire a number of paper tickets on Monday.
Port Kembla meet South Coast United in the elimination final at Elizabeth Park while, in the preliminary final, Wollongong United were fortunately handed home ground advantage when they play Dapto Dandaloo Fury at Macedonia Park.
Corey McAndrew will serve a minimum seven months behind bars after a string of thefts in the Wollongong and Warrawong areas.
A drug supplier who was dragged from a Wollongong nightclub after allegedly refusing to leave, fought with security and police outside the venue, a court has heard.
In The Australian today "It is not easy to imagine a less controversial statement than Tony Abbott's claim that the arrival of the First Fleet was the "defining moment in the history of this continent".
It was the first time the Parkinson's NSW Unity Walk And Run had come to Wollongong, after being held annually at Homebush for seven years.
Separated from her mother at just 18 months old, Deb Hocking understands the trauma of the Stolen Generations.
Nick Riemer, senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, addressed a Town Hall meeting on August 25 on the proposed deregulation of fees at Australian universities.
The head of the NSW Taxi Council has condemned the knifepoint carjacking of a Wollongong taxi driver as a "cowardly attack".
A Cordeaux Heights woman will spend nine months behind bars and nine years off the road after taking police on a boozy, high-speed chase through multiple Wollongong suburbs in May. Jody Jonceski, 34, was barred from driving until at least 2016 and had already been before the courts twice in 18 months for drink-driving the night she got behind the ... (more)
THE use of public reserves by commercial fitness trainers in Kiama will be addressed as part of a new policy, with one trainer suggesting such a policy would have its ''pros and cons''.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 04:47 pm
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