Monday, January 15, 2018
Smyth earns Asian Tour cardPublished by Tim Barrow
"I am stoked about this result"
113 years of the Australian Open: how well do you know it? | QuizPublished by Emma Elsworthy
Each week, try your hand at a new set of wacky and weird questions.
Moss Trip rolls to successPublished
Nine months after winning on debut at Kembla Grange, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained...
Canaries developing as season resumesPublished by Cameron Mee
"I pretty much read the riot act to the guys before the game."
‘Priceless’ family holiday for Woonona’s brave Chloe SaxbyPublished by Kate Lockley
For the Saxby family, a seven-day trip to Batemans Bay is much more than a holiday.
Track challenge a winnerPublished by Valmai Loomes
Sunday, January 14, 2018
$92k raised for family torn apart in South Coast crashPublished
An online appeal set up to support an Olympian and his young son, who lost their wife a...
$15 or $100? Why some school shoes cost so muchPublished by Adella Beaini
They say if it's too good to be true it probably is and, for parents thinking about buy...
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Popularity of South Coast beach drives locals to despairPublished by Kate Burke
World’s whitest sand’ tagline tormenting permanent residents of Hyams Beach
Naughty Gerringong pup doted on at aged care homePublished by Pets
A dog that was causing havoc at home when owners were at work now gets dropped at Mayfl...
‘Not my Mick’: What losing my husband taught me about griefPublished by Cydonee Mardon
“Never in my wildest nightmare did I expect ‘until death do us part’ to come so early."
Volvo driver charged over fatal crash at MiltonPublished by Miriam Webster
The man was given bail to appear at Sutherland Local Court on February 20, 2018.
Shellharbour keeps families cool during long, hot summerPublished by Greg Ellis
There were plenty of smiles at a free family fun day put on by Shellharbour City Counci...
Dog missing for three weeks found safe in KiamaPublished by Rebecca Fist
The owners of a missing dog have been reunited with their pet.
Four men rescued after fishing boat capsizes crossing Windang BarPublished by Greg Ellis
Four men rescued after spending four hours in the water when their fishing boat capsiz...
Cupid’s Undie Run will dare Kiama to get barePublished by Greg Ellis
Why a Kiama mother runs is encouraging everyone to dare to be bare and run in their un...
HONK hits all the right notesPublished by Greg Ellis
Were you spotted by our photographer at the Honk! OZ Festival which hit all the right n...
Why you should charge your kids boardPublished by Brooke Gibbs
It's the question most parents ask themselves at some point: Should I charge my adult w...
Employment agencies have failed me: long-term unemployed manPublished by Rebecca Fist
Craig Armstrong, 47, from Basin View had never been unemployed until he moved to the Sh...
Friday, January 12, 2018
Gratitude on Plate Festival a new foodie event in WollongongPublished by Greg Ellis
Illawarra ITeC is hosting a first of its kind food-fest in February called Gratitude on...
Super Sally a super hero with kidsPublished by Greg Ellis
Surfing sensation Super Sally was super generous with her time for young sporting fans ...
Kiama woman ‘bit, punched’ grandfather in drug-induced tantrum: courtPublished by Shannon Tonkin
Madelyne Elizabeth Baigent-Haynes left her grandfather bloodied and bruised after bitin...
Citizen of Year Robyn te Velde to host Australia Day fashion paradePublished by Greg Ellis
Wollongong Citizen of Year Robyn te Velde is preparing an Australia Day Aussie themed f...
Mermaid Ariel and her colourful friends swim into WollongongPublished by Desiree Savage
Disney'sThe Little Mermaid is showing at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Enrolment week at TAFE starts MondayPublished by Greg Ellis
TAFE NSW Wollongong and Shellharbour campuses are opening their doors to future student...
Australia Day Aquathon full of family funPublished by Greg Ellis
Three generations of one family enter the Australia Day Aquathon at Wollongong Harbour ...
Wigan and Hull fans give Gong thumbs upPublished by Greg Ellis
Wigan and Hull fans impressed with Wollongong ahead of the city hosting the first Super...
Heed Dolly’s drawing to ‘speak even if your voice shakes’Published by Hayley Skelly-Kennedy
Sometimes it takes a tragedy to cut through the noise and remind us of the power of words.
High-rise apartments planned - again - for Sam's Warehouse sitePublished by Kate Mcilwain
The site has been subject to a number of different high-rise plans in recent years.