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Santa Pub Crawl to go ahead in 2020 style

Santa Pub Crawl to go ahead in 2020 style

A new look Santa Claus Pub Crawl is set to go ahead in Wollongong this December, as organisers work within Covid-19 restrictions.  Organisers are asking locals will host their own parties at home, and log-in to one big Zoom-style party on December 12. The Santa Claus pub crawl founder Neil...

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Qantas offering next scenic flight today

Qantas offering next scenic flight today

Qantas has announced more scenic flights following the overwhelming response to their ‘flight to nowhere’ earlier this month that sold out in minutes. The next Scenic Flight Getaways will begin on December 5 with a service from Sydney to Uluru for 110 passengers, featuring low level flybys of...

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Local schools affected by HSC email threat

Local schools affected by HSC email threat

Local HSC students have had their exams disrupted by threatening emails today. 20 schools in Sydney were affected yesterday, and another 10 schools on the South Coast and Southern Highlands have been hit today. Schools affected include Moss Vale High School and Kiama High School, which were...

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Council exploring parking and congestion options for local beaches

Council exploring parking and congestion options for local beaches

Wollongong Council will begin looking at pop-up parking options for beaches at six Illawarra suburbs. It's part of a plan to help alleviate pressure on the foreshore precinct in Summer, and has been given the tick of approval at last night’s Council meeting. New temporary parking options will...

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Lifeline South Coast Big Book Fair raises $171,000

Lifeline South Coast Big Book Fair raises $171,000

Thousands of people have added pages to their reading piles, after attending the October 2020 Big Book Fair over the weekend. Lifeline South Coast has raised $171,000 after 5,500 customers bought pre-loved books at the COVID-safe three-day event at the Illawarra Sports Stadium in Berkeley....

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Revived case against Michael Jackson’s companies dismissed

Revived case against Michael Jackson’s companies dismissed

Reports a judge in the US has thrown out another child abuse law suit against Michael Jackson's companies. According to the BBC, James Safechuck claimed the companies allowed star to abuse him and other children, when he was just 10 years old. He sued MJJ Productions and MJJ Venues in 2014....

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HIV scare for Victoria hotel quarantine guests

HIV scare for Victoria hotel quarantine guests

Victoria's botched hotel quarantine program may have inadvertently exposed returned travellers to blood-borne viruses such as HIV. Safer Care Victoria announced on Monday that quarantine accommodation guests were being contacted to undergo precautionary screening for cross-contamination and...

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Man stabbed in Horsley home invasion

Man stabbed in Horsley home invasion

A man hunt is underway after a man was stabbed and a woman punched during a home invasion in Horsley.  Just after midnight on Sunday, police were called to a home on Horsley Drive, Horsley, following reports of a break-in. Police have been told one of the occupants, a 38-year-old man, was...

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Bruce Springsteen could be moving to Australia

Bruce Springsteen could be moving to Australia

'The Boss' Bruce Springsteen has revealed to international media via virtual press conference he'd be prepared to move to Australia if Donald Trump wins the November US Election. “If Trump is re-elected ... I’ll see you on the next plane,'' he told reporters from Australia, Canada and Japan while...

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New Blue Mile History Tour launches today

New Blue Mile History Tour launches today

A brand-new guided walking tour has been launched at Wollongong's Blue Mile today. The 2.5 hour tour will commence on the 23rd of this month. It includes the stories of the region’s First Peoples, its early settlers and convicts, the start of local industry and how people from around the world...