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We’re charging full speed ahead on plans to start building two new bike tracks in Dimond Bros Park, West Dapto.
Yellow-lidded recycling bins will be making their debut this weekend in Stanwell Park and Thirroul foreshore areas as part of a new trial program.
We’re partnering with Georges River Council to discuss the future growth of Greater Sydney and the role that regions such as Wollongong, Newcastle and the Central Coast can play, through an online event on Wednesday 27 October 2021.
In case you missed it, Primbee’s popular boardwalk at Purry Burry Point Park is back and flaunting a new look thanks to recent refurbishment works.
Dirt tracks, beach visits, mountain biking, and shared paths alongside the coast. They’re a few reasons why our young people love bike riding around our city.
This week is Get Online Week, and we’re encouraging all library members to make the most of Wollongong City Libraries by jumping online.
We recognise that climate change is a real concern for our community. Although it’s difficult to imagine the City of Wollongong 30, 50 and even 100 years into the future, we know that we all need to take action now to adapt to the challenges of climate change.
Wollongong City Council will name the North Beach Promenade and Terraces in honour of local swimming superstar Emma McKeon.
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Next week we’re recognising Global Climate Change Week — a yearly event that encourages academics, students and communities to take action on climate change, share ideas and seek solutions.