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2015/02/27 10:15
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Jerrold Cripps, the ICAC commissioner who investigated Wollongong City Council, has called for a different method of charging corrupt officials, in a bid to boost the low rate of criminal charges...
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2015/02/26 23:15
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A housing crisis could be on the horizon for the Illawarra with a new report forecasting a shortage of more than 14,000 homes within a decade. Peta Fitzgerald, regional director of the Property...
2015/02/25 17:15
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Venerable Yi-Lai OAM (pictured) is the Abbess of Berkeley's Nan Tien Temple. She tells JODIE DUFFY that her biggest challenge lies ahead - building a university on a dump site at Berkeley. Abbess...
2015/02/25 15:16
2015/02/25 15:16
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The Regent Theatre's final farewell: the illuminated letters on the marquee spell out the simple message ''See you soon''. Wollongong's grand dame of cinema: tributes roll in for Rowena Milgrove,...
2015/02/25 06:15
2015/02/25 06:15
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A revamp of Stanwell Park’s picturesque Bald Hill lookout will soon get underway, two years after councillors signed off on the $5.3 million makeover. An artists impression of the new Bald Hill...
2015/02/24 12:15
2015/02/24 12:15
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POLL: A Wollongong residents group says Skydive the Beach should pay more for its use of Stuart Park. A Wollongong residents group has called on the council to make Skydive the Beach pay more for its...
2015/02/24 06:42
2015/02/24 06:42
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THE ‘‘good, the bad and the ugly’’ of cannabis use will be explored in a series of expert workshops being held this month in the region. THE ‘‘good, the bad and the ugly’’ of cannabis use will be...
2015/02/24 02:15
2015/02/24 02:15
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ADVERTISER: It has been 15 years in the making but the wait will be over this Sunday when Australia's first government-accredited Buddhist tertiary institution is officially opened before many...
2015/02/23 11:15
2015/02/23 11:15
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About 50 people caught up in brawl which spilled out onto the street at new Berkeley skate park. The skate park on Sunday. Picture: ADAM McLEAN A brawl erupted at Berkeley's newly opened skate park...
2015/02/22 22:42
2015/02/22 22:42
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SHELLHARBOUR City Council staff have recommended the council close down its aged care services in response to Commonwealth funding reforms. Shellharbour City Council staff have recommended the...
2015/02/22 02:15
2015/02/22 02:15
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Scarborough's pub with no beer The state's "best beer garden" is changing hands, leaving another stretch of northern Illawarra coastline without an operational pub until an unidentified new tenant is...
2015/02/21 15:15
2015/02/21 15:15
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Surfers won’t be the only ones with boards at North Wollongong Beach, if Paul Peterson has his way. Surfers won’t be the only ones with boards at North Wollongong Beach, if Paul Peterson has his...
2015/02/21 04:15
2015/02/21 04:15
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A cultural centre or low-key viewing area is a more appropriate structure for teaching about Aboriginal heritage at Sandon Point, and the tent embassy should be removed, according to a group of...
2015/02/20 09:15
2015/02/20 09:15
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Wollongong City Council will once again attempt to resolve the management of Lake Illawarra next week, with staff recommending councillors elect new committee members despite previous concerns this...
2015/02/19 17:15
2015/02/19 17:15
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When Jack Woodgate turned up to start work on the Keiraville land in the early 1960s, it was a sight to behold. When Jack Woodgate, the first gardener appointed at the Wollongong Botanic Garden...
2015/02/18 02:15
2015/02/18 02:15
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A helicopter will be in the air at Whytes Gully for the next two days as part of an effort to extend the life of the facility. A helicopter will be in the air at Whytes Gully for the next two days as...
2015/02/17 11:16
2015/02/17 11:16
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Repairs at Diggies kiosk will cost Wollongong City Council almost half a million dollars, and that doesn't include "highly specialised" work on the heritage building's windows. Repairs at Diggies...
2015/02/17 01:15
2015/02/17 01:15
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ADVERTISER: The Corrimal Chamber of Commerce doesn't care who scores the goals, as long as someone does and restores the northern suburbs back to their former glory. Corrimal Chamber of Commerce...
2015/02/15 16:15
2015/02/15 16:15
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More pedestrians walk west Crown St than head to the beach, data collected by Wollongong council shows. Bridget Jarvis and Henriette Vamberg. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI Wollongong's sparkling foreshore is...
2015/02/15 08:15
2015/02/15 08:15
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Trading plan for Clifton's Imperial Hotel handed down Wollongong City Council has suggested that Clifton's Imperial Hotel operate at reduced trading hours and its owner install higher barriers to...
2015/02/27 10:15
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