Princes Highway

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Truck driver to face court over last year’s Fairy Meadow Macca’s crash

A MAN, who lost control of his truck, ploughing into the car park of a Fairy Meadow fast food outlet, will face court in April. The driver of a flat-bed truck carrying a load of steel, lost control on Old Mount Ousley Road around 10am on November 5 2018, and drove through a roundabout on … Continue reading

Woonona footpath to be repaired

THE footpath on Princes Highway between Popes Road and Nicholson Road in Woonona will be repaved after Wollongong City Council won a four percent interest subsidy on a $20 million loan. The money will be used over five years to accelerate works on footpaths across the city. Council will seek the funds at a fixed … Continue reading

Police charge man with knife offences

A MAN has been charged by police for wielding a knife in public and detaining a man during an incident in Wollongong on Thursday. Between 2.30pm and 3pm, emergency services received reports that a man was threatening people with a knife while walking along Crown Street. Wollongong police attended and were told the man had … Continue reading

Mini bus collides with truck at Corrimal

MORE than a dozen people were injured when a truck and a mini-bus collided at Corrimal this morning. Emergency services were called to the Princes Highway and Tarrawanna Road intersection at around 11am. Two people suffered serious head injuries and one of them has been airlifted to a Sydney hospital with facial injuries and a … Continue reading

Clearway restrictions will kill Bulli shopping centre

By MICK ROBERTS. BULLI shopping centre will become a virtual ghost town if additional clearway restrictions are introduced on the Princes Highway, a move that will mean less parking for locals and make it nearly impossible for businesses to survive, according to State Labor MP for Keira Ryan Park. Bulli Chemist owner Saul Duffy has … Continue reading

‘Burgh school chalks up 125 years

HELENSBURGH Public School will celebrate its 125th  anniversary with a dinner on Saturday July 21 at the Helensburgh Workers Club. Tickets are $40 each and are available Now from Helensburgh Public school or the Sunrise Nursery, Princes Highway, Helensburgh. Enquires can be made by calling 4294 1332 during school hours.  

Infamous speed variations no more

SPEED limits on the Princes Highway through, and on the southern approach, to Heathcote will be changed to reduce speed limit variations and confusion to motorists. After a large number of public submissions through the Safer Roads website, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) has reviewed the speed limits on the highway in the vicinity of … Continue reading

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