WOLLONGONG WATER WORKS
22 May 2017
Sydney Water is renewing sections of water mains along Gladstone Avenue and Kenny Street, Wollongong starting in June.
WINDANG ROAD SPEED LIMIT REDUCTION WELCOMED
16 May 2017
Windang Road’s speed limit will drop by 10 kilometres per hour through Windang CBD on 29 May 2017.
SCULLY DEMANDS LIST OF WOLLONGONG SCHOOLS FOR MAINTENANCE FUNDING
10 May 2017
Wollongong MP, Paul Scully has requested the NSW Government provide a list of local schools which will benefit from the extra $60 million maintenance funding announced last week.
OPAL FARE SLUG ON THE WAY FOR WOLLONGONG COMMUTERS
01 May 2017
Wollongong train commuters are set to be hit by a 20 per cent increase in Opal fares.
BILLION DOLLAR BLOWOUTS HINDERING REGIONAL JOBS GROWTH & INFRASTRUCTURE LINKS
20 April 2017
Two Labor State MPs have claimed the billion dollar budget blowouts for Sydney-based infrastructure projects are hindering regional jobs growth and business opportunities between the Illawarra and South-West Sydney.
COMMUNITY REMINDER IN LEAD-UP TO WINTER: GET YOUR FLU SHOT
19 April 2017
Wollongong MP, Paul Scully is urging the region’s elderly and chronically ill to take advantage of free flu shots in the lead up to the winter season.
SMOKING GUN – ILLAWARRA RAIL HELD TO RANSOM BY LIBERALS PREFERENCE FOR TOLL ROAD
10 April 2017
Secret documents published in today’s Sydney Morning Herald have revealed that the NSW Liberals are holding Illawarra rail improvements ransom in favour of boosting a toll road as part of the F6 extension into Sydney CBD.
NSW LIBERALS REFUSE TO MOVE JOBS TO WOLLONGONG
06 April 2017
The NSW Government has confirmed it will not match Labor’s policy to relocate Liquor and Gaming NSW to Wollongong.
LABOR REINTRODUCES STEEL BILL
04 April 2017
NSW Labor has this afternoon reintroduced into the NSW Parliament the Securing NSW Steel Industry Bill 2017, following the lapse of a previous Bill in late February after the NSW Government used tricky political tactics to avoid a vote.
CALL FOR WOLLONGONG COUNCIL TO REVIEW PROCUREMENT POLICY
03 April 2017
Wollongong City Council should conduct an immediate review of its procurement policies to ensure it is not being misled by suppliers on materials for its infrastructure projects.