Shoalhaven News

Big names gear up for Huksy tri festival

  The Shimano Huskisson Triathlon Festival kicks off this Friday, with many events already fully booked due to covid limitations. There's still spots in Friday's 500 metre and one kilometre Ocean Swim events, Saturday's Super Sprint and the TriKids events for 7-9 year old and 10-12 years old. You'll have to be quick...

Big names gear up for Husky tri festival

  The Shimano Huskisson Triathlon Festival kicks off this Friday, with many events already fully booked due to covid limitations. There's still spots in Friday's 500 metre and one kilometre Ocean Swim events, Saturday's Super Sprint and the TriKids events for 7-9 year old and 10-12 years old. You'll have to be quick...

Premier in town for Nowra bootcamp launch

Young people who want to develop trade skills are encouraged to sign up for the first Productivity Bootcamp on the South Coast region. During a visit to South Nowra today, Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the $1.2 million program will offer up to 100 training places to young people. “We know young people...

Pedestrian killed at Ulladulla

A man has been killed after being hit by a truck at Ulladulla. The incident took place around 3pm on the corner of the Princes Highway and Wason Street, when the man was trying to cross the road. He's yet to be formally identified. Meantime the male truck driver has been taken to...

Pedestrian hit by truck at Ulladulla

A man is in a critical condition after being hit by truck at Ulladulla. The incident took place around 3pm on the corner of the Princes Highway and Wason Street, when the man was trying to cross the road. Officers from South Coast Police District have established a crime scene. The pedestrian is...

Mollymook land sale won't be going ahead

The State Government will not be going ahead with the sale of a 2.7 hectare site on Garside Road in Mollymook. The land was set to go under the hammer on March 10 in Wollongong, but following strong opposition from the local community and lobbying by South Coast MP Shelley Hancock,...

Premier says fire victims 'not forgotten'

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian assured South Coast bushfire victims they "are not forgotten" during her visit to Batemans Bay this morning. Following a tour of the almost completed Batemans Bay Bridge with Member for Bega Andrew Constance, Mrs Berejiklian said the State Government was continuing to support the individuals,...

Burridge frothing for surf movie premiere

World Champion surfer, Mollymook’s Pam Burridge, will host a Q and A session after the screening of Girl Can’t Surf at Arcadia Cinema in Ulladulla on March 5. Burridge will join movie goers for her home-town premiere as part of the three-day Sydney Travelling Film Festival. Starring Burridge and a group of...

23 drug drivers nabbed in four-day blitz

Of 1265 drivers tested during a four-day Police traffic blitz last week and over the weekend, 23 were found to have drugs in their system. Officers from the Traffic Operations Group working with officers from the South Coast Police District conducting alcohol and drug testing at roadside locations in Nowra, Ulladulla,...

Man allegedly attempts to avoid RBT during South Coast Police blitz

A 52-year-old man has been charged with high range drink driving after allegedly trying to avoid an RBT during a road blitz on the South Coast. Police said the man was stopped after trying to avoid officers. The man returned a reading of .241. He's off to court and had his licence suspended. Drug...

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