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Kiama MP Gareth Ward calls Warringah motion "largest branch stack in 20 years"

  Liberal Party Members who supported Sunday's Warringah motion have called for an investigation into leaks emanating from the New South Wales Head Office. As reported in the Australian, the calls come following allegations a single credit card was used to pay the registration fees of 90 attendees. Despite the motion been passed,...

Fight ramps up to save Community Church

  Community Members of Sussex Inlet say they're prepared to do what ever it takes in order to save their beloved community church which was donated by local families many decades away. The Uniting Church are the current custodians of the property and have denied any plans to see the land despite...

Man granted bail following alleged indecent assault of 5 year old girl

  A 69-year-old man has been granted bail after allegedly indecently assaulting a 5-year-old girl in the Nowra CBD on Friday. Nowra Local Court heard the man singled out the girl in a shop on Berry Street, allegedly indecently touching her. The man was later arrested in Bomaderry, charged with 2 counts of...

Bomaderry ten pin bowling alley allegedly broken into again

  The Bomaderry Ten Pin Bowling Alley has now been targeted by thieves for the fourth time this year. The thieves allegedly forced their way in through a window, damaging a number of pin ball and other amusement machines in order to get the coins out. Owner Peter Robinson has told WIN News...

Nearly $590,000 worth of funding announced for Nowra Family Support Services

  The Berejiklian Government is announcing Nowra Family Support Services will be funded by the State Government until 2020. The Government will contribute almost $590,000 which will include money for early intervention. South Coast MP Shelley Hancock says NFSS is a small non-government organisation and they can now be certain they’re here to...

Power bills skyrocket

  The New South Wales government is handing out a record number of rescue cheques, to help families pay for their power bills around the state and on the South Coast. Newscorp reports an increasing number of households are on the verge of going into darkness as bills skyrocket. Campbelltown is the worst...

New incentive to assist social housing tenants in Nowra

  Social housing tenants living in the Shoalhaven have received on the spot home repairs and assistance at a maintenance pop up run by the Department of Family and Community Services. FACS held the event in partnership with regional maintenance contractor Lake Maintenance. Social Housing Minister Pru Goward says social housing assists some...

Indigenous Australians may have been here for longer than first thought

  A Wollongong academic believes Aboriginal people may have been in Australia for thousands of years longer than previously thought. Dating on artefacts uncovered at a site in the Northern Territory reveals they are up to 65,000 years old. University of Wollongong professor Richard Fullagar says it's an important insight into the movements...

Rock fisherman dead near Ulladulla

  Another rock fisherman is dead after he was swept into the ocean at Merry Beach on Saturday morning. Emergency services were called to Kioloa just after 7.30am, the man found face down in the water. It comes as a dangerous surf warning was issued for waters along the coast with authorities warning...