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Man arrested at Woonona, Coledale home searched, following Sydney protest

A MAN will appear in court today charged as investigations into an unauthorised protest in Sydney continue by detectives from Strike Force Seasoned. Following inquiries, including appeals for public assistance, police arrested a 39-year-old man at a home on Watergum Way at Woonona, about 3.20pm yesterday (Tuesday, August 10, 2021) and taken to Wollongong Police … Continue reading

Colourful mural is based on a poem ‘relevant’ to Coledale

“COME always into country humbly,” says local poet Mark Tredinnick, “knowing it has meant the world – And means it still – to someone.” This line comes from a poem written about the community and landscape of Coledale. It’s fitting advice from a poem that speaks to the long history of the area, and for Sydney-based artist … Continue reading

Coledale Beach to get facelift as part of Grand Pacific Walk project

A 400-metre stretch on the beach side of Lawrence Hargrave Drive at Coledale is to be vastly improved for walking, running and cycling as part of the next phase of works on the Grand Pacific Walk. The project includes the construction of a 400m length of shared pathway, and upgrade works to the existing car … Continue reading

Sports field lighting for Coledale’s St James Park

A TENDER has been accepted for the installation of sportsfield lighting at Coledale’s St James Park. On Monday May 31, Wollongong City Council accepted the tender for LED lighting towers at the popular football pitch. Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery said It’s no secret the city loves sport. “Our sports grounds are continuously being used … Continue reading

Scaled-back ANZAC Day: Popular Austinmer dawn service cancelled

THE ever-popular Austinmer beach ANZAC Day dawn service has been cancelled as the northern suburbs’ RSL sub-branches grapple with a scaled-back commemoration this year. Reduced crowds are expected to gather at various commemoration services and events in the northern suburbs on Sunday, April 25, to remember those who lost their lives in service to their … Continue reading

Traffic disruptions expected on Lawrence Hargrave Drive at Coledale next week

MOTORISTS are advised of changed traffic conditions on Lawrence Hargrave Drive at Coledale next week while geotechnical investigation work is carried out to help inform future maintenance in the area. During the geotechnical investigations, two nearby bus stops (stop IDs 251572 and 251556) will not be in use during the work. Nearby bus stops on … Continue reading

Verge garden concept growing, with green light given for six in the north

TWELVE successful applicants are set to receive a $250 voucher to help fund new verge gardens for their community. Among them are six from the northern suburbs. Wollongong City Council’s Connecting Neighbours Grant – Verge Gardens Pilot is a trial program that encourages residents to green public land, between people’s property and the kerb. The … Continue reading

Mural project for Coledale Community Hall to celebrate writers’ new home

FREE workshops will be provided for the community as part of a project to celebrate the Coledale Community Hall becoming the home for the South Coast Writers Centre (SCWC). The creative project, supported by Wollongong City Council, will develop a mural for the outside wall of the Coledale hall (which the SCWC made their new … Continue reading

Guidelines and grants available to encourage footpath gardens

NEW verge garden guidelines have been developed by Wollongong City Council as part of its Urban Greening Strategy. The guidelines have been developed to help residents create a safe and successful garden space that contributes to community spirit and greening Wollongong. The guidelines focus on the area of Council-owned land located between people’s property and … Continue reading

Government grant to push along Grand Pacific Walk project

THE NSW Government will provide an $800,000 grant to Wollongong City Council to help deliver another section of the ambitious Grand Pacific Walk project. State MP for Heathcote, Lee Evans said the new infrastructure would make it easier for the community to get around their local area using active transport. “The Grand Pacific Walk is … Continue reading

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