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Urban greening strategy underway

NORTHERN suburbs’ residents have identified the need for more shade trees in Charles Harper Park, Helensburgh and Thirroul Beach Park. Community feedback is sought as part of Wollongong City Council’s Urban Greening Strategy to help prioritise planting new trees. With many unshaded areas across the northern suburbs, the Council says it’s important that the right … Continue reading

‘Unsafe’ trees to go at Thirroul

A NUMBER of trees in Fords Road Thirroul will be removed by Wollongong City Council on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Council said the work is required to address the dangerous nature of the trees and to reduce the risk of falling branches. The trees were inspected by Council’s arborists and an independent arborist after … Continue reading

Trees given the chop at Thirroul

By MICK ROBERTS. THE destruction of almost 30 native trees from the southern end of Thomas Gibson Park at Thirroul had both Wollongong City Council and NSW Government approval. Residential housing developer Stockland said the State Government approval, which was later signed off by Wollongong City Council, allowed it to remove the trees to build … Continue reading

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