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More than 1,800 new jobs were created in Wollongong last year, putting the city well on track to achieve its jobs target of 10,500 new jobs by 2029.
Talented trainees and apprentices will have their opportunity to shine in the Illawarra South East NSW Regional Training Awards, launched this morning at the Wollongong Art Gallery.
Wollongong City Council has reinvigorated its library website, launching a new look site on Library Lovers’ Day which is also Valentine’s Day.
Wollongong's Seniors Festival 2020, which kicks off today, is a celebration of life and fun that encourages seniors to try new experiences, learn new skills and actively participate in the community.
The majority of Wollongong’s patrolled beaches will be closed today until surf conditions ease.
With one-third of properties in the Wollongong region at risk of flooding, residents should be preparing for heavy rains tomorrow and over the weekend.
Wollongong City Council will develop technical guidelines for the construction of rain gardens as a water-saving measure in the City of Wollongong.
Are you one of the almost 1 million people who visit Wollongong City Libraries each year? Then you might have enjoyed Wriggle and Jiggle storytime for babies, programs to help you trace family ancestors, or even a course on making jams and preserves.
Community gardens, a street barbecue, a sports day and a laneway party are among the activities funded under Wollongong City Council’s Connecting Neighbours Grants.
Renowned conductor Jennifer Condon will return to her home city Wollongong later this month for a special concert to raise funds for the bushfire crisis.