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Wollongong City Council has re-elected Councillor Tania Brown as Deputy Lord Mayor for the next 12 months.
Professional freelance musician Matthew Tsalidis will tell you that acoustics are the most important thing. Good thing the Excelsior Hall at Thirroul meets his high expectations.
With its pride of place on the hill in Berkeley, the Nan Tien Temple has been a focal point of the local landscape since it opened nearly 30 years ago.
This week there’s a hive of activity at our beaches and pools as we prepare to reopen our beaches and pools for the summer swim season.
Spring has sprung and it’s the perfect time to clean your place in preparation for the festive season. Part of that means going through and sorting things to keep and those that can be moved on (but that doesn’t mean they can’t “spark joy” for somebody else!)
A new, 45-metre mural has been unveiled at the Western Suburbs Pool in Unanderra just in time for the start of the summer swim season.
Students from West Wollongong Public School, Lindsay Park Public School and Keira High School have been working together to develop a new artwork that celebrates their culture and identity.
Wollongong City Council is calling for residents to share any information they may have about a recent tree vandalism incident in Towradgi.
Summer may be a while away, but the hot weather sure has us fooled! With more and more people heading to the beach for a swim, we thought it was time to share a message with our early beachgoers.
Hire a Neuron e-scooter at Fairy Meadow Beach, ride it to the gym at Beaton Park Leisure Centre, drop by the Wollongong Botanic Garden for some quiet time and then head into the CBD for some essential shopping – all this and more will be an option when Wollongong’s e-scooter trial comes online later this month.