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Get vaccinated for free and beat the flu bug

Get vaccinated for free and beat the flu bug

Parliamentary Secretary for the Illawarra Gareth Ward has today announced that free flu jabs will be available at Wollongong Hospital next Tuesday 24th April from 9am to 3pm, as part of the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Local Health District’s campaign to encourage the community to get vaccinated this...

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Greens push to legalise cannabis

Greens push to legalise cannabis

The Greens want to legalise cannabis for Australians over the age of 18, arguing it would take the drug out of the hands of criminal dealers. Greens leader Richard Di Natale says the policy would involved strict regulation. He has told WIN it's time for real reform. “This is a very serious...

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Drive by shooting in Berkeley

Drive by shooting in Berkeley

Police are investigating a drive by shooting in Berkeley yesterday afternoon. It's understood a man fired a shot from inside a 4WD on Northcliffe Drive at around 3:45pm. An 18 year old woman standing nearby escaped injury. The car was last seen travelling west on Northcliffe Drive. A crime...

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Locals call for more information on prison proposal

Locals call for more information on prison proposal

Local MPs want more clarity after the State Government announced a proposal to build a correctional facility in West Dapto. Community consultation will take place on a proposal for a correctional centre, on land currently owned by Bluescope near Kembla Grange. Member for Wollongong Paul Scully...

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Bulli Pass closed for two days

Bulli Pass closed for two days

Bulli Pass will close this morning, with the RMS carrying out safety work on the busy road way. The pass will close in both directions from 9am until 3pm today (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday), with workers maintaining guardrails and clearing vegetation. Drivers are being encouraged to use...

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Five arrested during Warilla brawl

Five arrested during Warilla brawl

Four people have been charged with a range of offences following an altercation that occurred at a home in Warilla yesterday. About 3.30pm, officers from Lake Illawarra were called to a home on Benaud Crescent following reports of an altercation involving a number of people armed with various...

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Young girl hospitalised after being hit by ute

Young girl hospitalised after being hit by ute

Lake Illawarra Police are appealing for witnesses after a child was run down by a vehicle at Shellharbour overnight. A 12-year-old girl was struck by an unattended Ford utility about 6.20pm last night (Wednesday 28 March 2018), after it began rolling backwards at a theatre car park in Wentworth...

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Three cricketers sent home over ball-tampering scandal

Three cricketers sent home over ball-tampering scandal

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland says only three Aussie players knew of a plan to tamper with the ball in Cape Town. Steve Smith, Dave Warner and Cameron Bancroft are being sent home from the South African tour, for their roles in the scandal. Sutherland says their early...

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Childcare workers set to walk off the job to demand better pay

Childcare workers set to walk off the job to demand better pay

Childhood educators across the Illawarra are set to walk off the job today as they continue their fight for equal pay. It's the first-time in the long-running campaign where as many as 300 child care centres across the country will close for the entire day, with others close for the afternoon....

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Smith and Bancroft sanctioned by ICC

Smith and Bancroft sanctioned by ICC

Cameron Bancroft has avoided suspension and will be free to play in the final test against South Africa, amid the national team's admission of ball tampering during the Third Test. Skipper Steve Smith has been handed a one-Test suspension and fined 100 per cent of his match fee. Smith was also...