Shoalhaven News

Break and Enter Bomaderry, Police appeal for information

  Shoalhaven police are appealing for information from the public after person/s have broken into a property located on Beinda St, Bomaderry over last weekend. Between the afternoon of 17 November and morning of 20 November, unknown person/s have gained entry to the historic property on Beinda St. The thieves have stolen a...

Big brother is watching at Sanctuary Point

  Big brother will be keeping an eye on anti-social behaviour with the installation of new CCTV Cameras at shops adjacent to the Francis Ryan Reserve at Sanctuary Point. $31,000 of Federal Government Grant money has been provided under the Safer Communities Fund. Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis says the two new cameras will...

Livvi’s Place playground to open at Mollymook Reserve

  Shoalhaven City Council will be officially opening their first ever universal playground known as Livvi’s Place at Mollymook Reserve on Friday the 8th of December. Shoalhaven Mayor Amanda Findley is encouraging all residents to get in touch with their inner child and visit the state of the art park design. “Mollymook is...

Greens fire up over Shoalhaven River PFAS contamination

  The NSW Greens Spokesperson for the South Coast has taken a swipe at the Berejiklian Government for voting down a motion calling for urgent action to be taken on P-FAS contamination in the Shoalhaven River. Justin Fields motion was designed to obtain answers on how the PFAS contamination occurred following a...

Man charged with assaulting a 3 year old child in the Shoalhaven

  A man will appear in court today after he was charged with allegedly assaulting a three-year-old child in the Shoalhaven yesterday. Throughout 2017 a 28-year-old man resided occasionally at a home in Bomaderry. The man assisted the female resident with the care of her two children aged five and three. Police will allege...

Two female drivers allegedly test positive for ICE

  Two women aged in their 40s have allegedly tested positive for ICE after Shoalhaven Police carried out Random Drug Testing. In one incident on Friday, a 47 year old woman driving a 2008 model Hyundai Tucson was stopped on Jervis Street in Nowra and allegedly returned a positive result for ICE...she’ll...

Management of Collingwood Beach Sand Dunes back on Council agenda tonight

  A range of measures to manage sand dune vegetation at Collingwood Beach will be considered at tonight's Shoalhaven City Council Strategy and Assets Meeting. The Sand Dunes have been a contentious issue for locals over many years with a series of trees suspiciously poisoned, some saying in order to gain better...

Councillor Proudfoot slams frivolous code of conduct complaints

  $56,970 of ratepayer funds have gone towards dealing with Code of Conduct complaints between Shoalhaven City Councillors and staff. A report is due to be submitted at this weeks Strategy and Assets meeting detailing at least 14 complaints against the General Manager and Councillors. Councillor Bob Proudfoot who earlier this year took...

Bay and Basin shuttle bus to operate during Christmas break

  Shoalhaven City Council during the Christmas and New Year break will be operating a temporary summer Shuttle Bus linking the Bay and Basin area. The bus will begin operating from Monday the 18th of December through until the 5th of January. The Bay and Basin Summer Shuttle Bus will be in operation...

Man left unconscious and bleeding in Junction Street Nowra

  A man has been left unconscious after he was allegedly assaulted on Junction Street in Nowra in the early hours of Sunday Morning. It’s understood 2 men became involved in a violent altercation where one of the men ended up seriously injured with blood coming from his mouth and nose. Duty Officer...