Still no touchdown for office in Wollongong
06 April 2022
The opportunity of Wollongong-based public service workers to work from Wollongong instead of daily commuting to Sydney CBD has been delayed, Member for Wollongong, Paul Scully said today.
Illawarra expert panel for mining fund confirmed
01 April 2022
The Illawarra has secured its own expert panel to guide the work of the Royalties for Rejuvenation Fund, after legislation passed NSW Parliament, Member for Wollongong, Paul Scully said today.
Wollongong should be in e-scooter trial
15 March 2022
Member for Wollongong, Paul Scully MP, has called on the Minister for Active Transport to rethink the exclusion of Wollongong from the NSW Government’s e-scooter trial.
Scully announces Wollongong Electorate 2022 Woman of the Year: Moemoana Schwenke
07 March 2022
Moemoana Schwenke, who made headlines last year for travelling to Glasgow to speak at the COP26 Climate Conference, has been named as the 2022 Wollongong Electorate Woman of the Year by Member for Wollongong, Paul Scully.
Scully says Government now out of excuses on Wollongong Entertainment Centre revamp
04 March 2022
The NSW Liberals and Nationals Government now has no excuses left to further delay the upgrade of the Wollongong Entertainment Centre (WEC), Member for Wollongong, Paul Scully said today.
Scully calls for administrator for Oasis Village
28 February 2022
State Parliament has been told an administrator should be appointed by the NSW Supreme Court to run the Oasis Village at Windang after concerns were raised by its 43 local residents claiming bullying and unreasonable behaviour by the operator over the last two years.
New domestic manufacturing focus must also lead to promised local steel mandate
15 February 2022
The NSW Government’s sudden rediscovery of domestic manufacturing must finally lead to the introduction of the promised local steel mandate for renewable energy infrastructure projects Member for Wollongong Paul Scully, said today.
Less conversation and more action needed on Entertainment Centre upgrade
04 February 2022
If Elvis was appearing at the Wollongong Entertainment Centre (WEC), he’d be singing “a little less conversation, a little more action, please” on the WEC upgrade, Member for Wollongong Paul Scully said today.
Wollongong set to lose events and tourism jobs unless Wollongong Entertainment Centre is upgraded
16 December 2021
Wollongong now risks losing multimillion dollar concerts and events to Penrith unless both Wollongong City Council and the NSW Government get serious about upgrading the Wollongong Entertainment Centre (WEC).
Wollongong gives big to kids book drive
15 December 2021
More than 1000 donated books have been delivered to students of five local primary schools over the last few days following a generous response to Paul Scully’s annual Kids Book Drive.