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Northern Daily Leader
Vile anti-Muslim graffiti on Sea Cliff Bridgein their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said.
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 hours ago
in their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said. “It’s UnAustralian.” She also contacted Wollongong City Council to get them to take action and clean up the graffiti quickly. However, the Sea Cliff Bridge is under... Read more
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The Young Witness
Vile anti-Muslim graffiti on Sea Cliff Bridgein their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said.
The Young Witness / Posted 23 hours ago
in their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said. “It’s UnAustralian.” She also contacted Wollongong City Council to get them to take action and clean up the graffiti quickly. However, the Sea Cliff Bridge is under... Read more
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Western Advocate
Vile anti-Muslim graffiti on Sea Cliff Bridgein their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said.
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
in their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said. “It’s UnAustralian.” She also contacted Wollongong City Council to get them to take action and clean up the graffiti quickly. However, the Sea Cliff Bridge is under... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Vile anti-Muslim graffiti on Sea Cliff Bridgein their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said.
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
in their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said. “It’s UnAustralian.” She also contacted Wollongong City Council to get them to take action and clean up the graffiti quickly. However, the Sea Cliff Bridge is under... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Vile anti-Muslim graffiti on Sea Cliff Bridgein their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said.
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
in their lives – to see that sort of thing, it’s just unacceptable,” she said. “It’s UnAustralian.” She also contacted Wollongong City Council to get them to take action and clean up the graffiti quickly. However, the Sea Cliff Bridge is under... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Who’s right over Corrimal Aldi access?A call to change traffic flow to improve access to a planned Aldi supermarket i
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
A call to change traffic flow to improve access to a planned Aldi supermarket in Corrimal won’t be heeded by Wollongong City Council. Wollongong City Council won't be removing the no right turn from the Princes Highway into Railway Street for easier... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Blackwell waste recovery DA rejectedPicture: Georgia Matts Blackwell Brothers’ proposal to develop a major waste r
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
Picture: Georgia Matts Blackwell Brothers’ proposal to develop a major waste recovery “park” at Helensburgh is over after Wollongong City Council rejected the application. As long-time owners of the site at 159 Walker St, Helensburgh, the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Check out Gong’s 3D printed motoranother masterclass in May next year.” Mr Salucci said such a showcase could n
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
another masterclass in May next year.” Mr Salucci said such a showcase could now have been held without the support of Wollongong City Council, NSW Department of Industry, AusIndustry and TAFE Illawarra. Advanced manufacturing: 3D printed... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
1500 people who are homeless on any given night in the Illawarraabout. The rising homelessness issue in the region is outlined in a discussion
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
about. The rising homelessness issue in the region is outlined in a discussion paper which is on the agenda at tonight’s Wollongong City Council meeting. The paper, included in a housing strategy report, reveals that there’s been an 85 per cent... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong homeless woman left heartbroken after dog impoundedBeach and is fighting to get her only companion back by her side. Her small do
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
Beach and is fighting to get her only companion back by her side. Her small dog Lou-Lou has repeatedly been picked up by Wollongong City Council rangers for not wearing a lead, each time she says it becomes harder and harder to get her back. Ms... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Meatery restaurant closes to make way for ‘Wollongong-first’ venuebe honoured at his new restaurant. The Kollaras family were given approval to
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
be honoured at his new restaurant. The Kollaras family were given approval to build a new surf club and function centre by Wollongong City Council in early 2000, but suffered a number of setbacks meaning it was not completed until well into... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Clifton hotel's long, winding road to auctionsaying the noise from the pub would be unbearable and visitors would cause traf
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
saying the noise from the pub would be unbearable and visitors would cause traffic and parking havoc in their tiny suburb. Wollongong City Council suggested the refurbished hotel operate at reduced trading hours and install barriers to protect its... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Demolition, repairs start at Clifton hotelsaid the noise from the pub would be unbearable and visitors would cause traffi
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
said the noise from the pub would be unbearable and visitors would cause traffic and parking havoc in their tiny suburb. Wollongong City Council suggested the refurbished hotel operate at reduced trading hours and install barriers to protect... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Council gives the nod for Clifton's Imperial Hotel revampbid to transform Clifton’s long closed Imperial Hotel into a large cafe and res
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
bid to transform Clifton’s long closed Imperial Hotel into a large cafe and restaurant should be allowed to go ahead, Wollongong City Council planners say. New lease on life: The Shellharbour Workers Club revealed their future plans for the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Something smart is brewing in the Gongto improve the ‘liveability’ of the city and the lifestyle of the people within
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
to improve the ‘liveability’ of the city and the lifestyle of the people within it. This is one of the main reasons why Wollongong City Council has jumped on board to support the plan. ‘’We’ve got a real need and this [IoT] provides us with a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
South Wollongong residents get flooded every year and they’ve had enoughabout the flooding problems there. They have called a public meeting for Frida
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
about the flooding problems there. They have called a public meeting for Friday afternoon and asked the Lord Mayor and Wollongong City Council (WCC) staff to come. Their properties now get flooded nearly every year. But residents say this did... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong council backflips on south CBD flood rezoning planCraig found a clever way to travel near the corner of Swan and Evans streets in
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
Craig found a clever way to travel near the corner of Swan and Evans streets in June 2016. Picture: Sylvia Liber. Wollongong City Council has withdrawn its controversial suggestion that the flood prone parts of the southern CBD should be... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Track work raised at forumand an improved B-grass surface at Kembla, received $11 million funding in 2012
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
and an improved B-grass surface at Kembla, received $11 million funding in 2012. It has since received DA approval from Wollongong City Council, but work is yet to start on the project. As one of the leading tracks in the state, some... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Shellharbour council’s marina mantraby its Shell Cove marina project. The need for “prudent” planning, irrespectiv
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
by its Shell Cove marina project. The need for “prudent” planning, irrespective of a potential council merger with Wollongong City Council, was at the centre of a brief debate on the issue at Tuesday night’s meeting. Council’s corporate... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Great leap forward: young dancers shine at Austinmer Dance Theatregiving her time to concentrate on administration and marketing. She has just s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
giving her time to concentrate on administration and marketing. She has just submitted an application for a Wollongong City Council cultural grant - last year they were lucky to receive a $4000 grant for audience development. "That... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong council flags part privatisation for Beaton ParkThe council is also looking to outsource some of the future planning for Beaton
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
The council is also looking to outsource some of the future planning for Beaton Park. Wollongong City Council is looking to outsource some of the future planning for Beaton Park and has flagged that a part privatisation of the sports precinct could... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong to unveil $60,000 public art pieceto get its own new piece of public art. Boat Of Spirits and Dwellings will be
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
to get its own new piece of public art. Boat Of Spirits and Dwellings will be installed in George Dodd Reserve as part of Wollongong City Council's public art program. It is not quite the giant milk crate or the "space noodle" planned for Sydney,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Letterswe heard that expression about the "cultural precinct" plans from our community
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
we heard that expression about the "cultural precinct" plans from our community leaders? Well this week I saw in action Wollongong City Council investing in the cultural development of Wollongong. Congratulations, well done and thank you. Last... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Surprise Wollongong winter festival has a killer line-upaccompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets will be $65, or $59 for pre-release.
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 days ago
accompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets will be $65, or $59 for pre-release. According to a development application with Wollongong City Council, the acts will perform on the vacant area behind the Science Centre, near Campus East... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Surprise Wollongong winter festival has a killer lineaccompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets will be $65, or $59 for pre-release.
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
accompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets will be $65, or $59 for pre-release. According to a development application with Wollongong City Council, the acts will perform on the vacant area behind the Science Centre, near Campus East... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Tree vandals run rampantHargave Drive at Coalcliff, and at Sandon Point behind McCauley’s Beach, the No
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
Hargave Drive at Coalcliff, and at Sandon Point behind McCauley’s Beach, the Northern Illawarra Residents Action Group says Wollongong City Council is not enforcing its tree protection policies. KILLED: Another one of the poisoned trees south of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Events in Gong inject $48 million into local economyhas not happened overnight. It’s taken tenacity and bold strategic thinking fro
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
has not happened overnight. It’s taken tenacity and bold strategic thinking from Destination Wollongong and commitment from Wollongong City Council to make it happen. The city is reaping the rewards”. Mr Sleigh revealed Harley Days is returning to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Work starts on $90 million West Dapto road projectand Fairwater Drive. The NSW government put in $23 million and $10 million in
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 days ago
and Fairwater Drive. The NSW government put in $23 million and $10 million in funding came from the federal government. Wollongong City Council will foot the remainder of the bill, which is expected to be between $90 and $95 million. That is a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Work starts on $90 million West Dapto road projectand Fairwater Drive. The NSW government put in $23 million and $10 million in
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
and Fairwater Drive. The NSW government put in $23 million and $10 million in funding came from the federal government. Wollongong City Council will foot the remainder of the bill, which is expected to be between $90 and $95 million. That is a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Work starts on Illawarra’s Grand Pacific Walkcoastline. Picture: NICK MOIR Stage 1 work of the Grand Pacific Walk between S
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
coastline. Picture: NICK MOIR Stage 1 work of the Grand Pacific Walk between Stanwell Park and Coalcliff has started. Wollongong City Council recently started removing vegetation along the future pathway site between Coalcliff railway station... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Construction to begin soon on Parq on Flinders developmentColliers at Saturday's event. Picture: Robert Peet It was once flagged for the
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
Colliers at Saturday's event. Picture: Robert Peet It was once flagged for the corruption-laden ‘Quattro’ development. Wollongong City Council bought the site for $5.2 million in 2011, with plans to clean it up and use it as a temporary parking... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Construction to begin soonColliers at Saturday's event. Picture: Robert Peet It was once flagged for the
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
Colliers at Saturday's event. Picture: Robert Peet It was once flagged for the corruption-laden ‘Quattro’ development. Wollongong City Council bought the site for $5.2 million in 2011, with plans to clean it up and use it as a temporary parking... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Council asks: do you feel safe in Wollongong?feel unsafe in your own suburb or when you visit Wollongong's city centre, the
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
feel unsafe in your own suburb or when you visit Wollongong's city centre, the council wants to hear about your concerns. Wollongong City Council is conducting a "perceptions of safety survey" to find out how safe residents, workers and students... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong councillor to quit politicspolitician, who once held aspirations to follow his friend Gareth Ward into a p
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
politician, who once held aspirations to follow his friend Gareth Ward into a political career, said six years serving on Wollongong City Council had made him weary of the “game”. “Now I don’t even know if I agree with the idea of a career... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Table of Knowledge: A city's story hits the stagescript of the play is taken directly from transcripts of the Independent Commis
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
script of the play is taken directly from transcripts of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) inquiry into Wollongong City Council which led to its sacking in 2008.TABLE OF KNOWLEDGEAugust 30 - September 11:IPAC, WollongongTickets:... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Meatery restaurant closes to make way for ‘Wollongong-first’ venuebe honoured at his new restaurant. The Kollaras family were given approval to
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
be honoured at his new restaurant. The Kollaras family were given approval to build a new surf club and function centre by Wollongong City Council in early 2000, but suffered a number of setbacks meaning it was not completed until well into... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Port Kembla street art revamps ‘dump’to a giant mural of red rosellas in the alleyway between the Dapto Hotel and hi
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
to a giant mural of red rosellas in the alleyway between the Dapto Hotel and his business, Alexander’s Cafe. It comes as Wollongong City Council is offering to pay half of facade upgrades in Port Kembla’s Town Centre around Wentworth Street, part... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong City Council's $91 million to-do listAs part of the 2017/18 budget, new crews will target 'shabby' CBD streets. Wol
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
As part of the 2017/18 budget, new crews will target 'shabby' CBD streets. Wollongong City Council will roll out $91 million worth of works and capital project over the next year, after councillors adopted their sixth and final annual budget this... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Council’s $91m to-do listAs part of the 2017/18 budget, new crews will target 'shabby' CBD streets. Wol
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
As part of the 2017/18 budget, new crews will target 'shabby' CBD streets. Wollongong City Council will roll out $91 million worth of works and capital project over the next year, after councillors adopted their sixth and final annual budget this... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong Private Hospital’s $18m expansion 'not in public interest'of the development would set an undesirable precedent for similar inappropriate
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 29 days ago
of the development would set an undesirable precedent for similar inappropriate development." Hospital knock back: Wollongong City Council has recommended $18.5 million expansion plans for Wollongong Private Hospital be refused by the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Forgotten souls of Garrawarra Cemeterydedicated to tuberculosis. In 1967, the records of the Waterfall General Hospi
Western Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
dedicated to tuberculosis. In 1967, the records of the Waterfall General Hospital became lost in bureaucracy. The Wollongong City Council failed to take note of the cemetery records when the NSW Health Ministry offloaded general cemeteries... Read more
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Western Advocate
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Western Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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Kiama Independent
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Kiama Independent / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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Manning River Times
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Manning River Times / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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The North West Star
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Forgotten souls of Garrawarra Cemeterydedicated to tuberculosis. In 1967, the records of the Waterfall General Hospi
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 days ago
dedicated to tuberculosis. In 1967, the records of the Waterfall General Hospital became lost in bureaucracy. The Wollongong City Council failed to take note of the cemetery records when the NSW Health Ministry offloaded general cemeteries... Read more
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Daily Liberal
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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The Border Mail
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
The Border Mail / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
After 50 years, legal access planned for lost Waterfall cemeteryat NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
at NSW's only state-run tuberculosis sanatorium has been forbidden. But, under a new plan to be debated on Monday night, Wollongong City Council will pave the way for legal access to the long-lost Waterfall cemetery. Located south the old... Read more
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