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The Bulli & Clifton Times and the Looking Back websites were established by journalist and social historian, Mick Roberts in 2012 and 2000 respectively to provide a platform for free northern Illawarra news, information and local history.

The blog style news, information and opinion sites are a not-for-profit initiative, relying on the support of readers to continue as a free platform.

You can subscribe free to the latest news stories from the northern Illawarra to the inbox of your email, or follow our Facebook social media page.

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“With over 30 years experience as a newspaper journalist, I hope to bring readers an entertaining, informative and factual mix of news, information and history from the northern districts of the Illawarra.”

– Mick Roberts


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YOU can support the The Bulli & Clifton Times and/or the Looking Back local history websites with a donation through PayPal. Your generous patronage of my work and research, however small it appears to you, will greatly help me with my continuing costs, and help support independent journalism and local news media. You can leave a small tip here of $2, or several small tips, just increase the amount as you like. Every dollar of support helps provide you with an independent and free source of local news and information.

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Instead, you can make a small donation towards the publishing of The Bulli & Clifton Times and/or the Looking Back websites with your credit or debit card. If you would like to support my work, you can leave a $2 donation here by tapping or clicking on the button below. Your generous patronage of my work and research, however small it appears to you, will greatly help me with my continuing costs.


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