Port Kembla, Australia Newswire (Page 3)

Port Kembla, Australia Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Group 7 ladder tight at the topRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 8 | Illawarra Mercury

    A logjam of five clubs are level at the top of Group 7 after four thrilling rounds of the 2016 season. A logjam of five clubs are level at the top of Group 7 after four thrilling rounds of the 2016 season.

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  2. Hightailing crim's b'day plea falls flatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 6 | Illawarra Mercury

    One of the police officers had no sooner told the Coredeaux Heights parolee to turn and put his hands behind his back on the morning of Australia Day when the 27-year-old pushed the cop aside and took off down Hill 60 towards nearby bushland. The officers jumped in their vehicle and headed towards the intersection of Military Road and Cowper Street, confident they were in the right spot to catch their runaway.

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  3. Proud Storer carrying Bati flagRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 6 | Illawarra Mercury

    AMID all the debate surrounding Fijian sensation Semi Radradra's high profile defection to Australia, Fiji captain Jimmy Storer brings a refreshing perspective. HONOURED: Port Kembla captain-coach Jimmy Storer will captain the Fijian Test side for the first time when they take on Papua New-Guinea in Saturday's Pacfic Test.

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  4. Beaten brigade face-off in IPLRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | Illawarra Mercury

    Bulli and Wollongong United will look to put FFA Cup disappointments behind them when they meet in the Illawarra Premier League on Saturday. Bulli and Wollongong United will look to put FFA Cup disappointments behind them when they meet in the Illawarra Premier League on Saturday.

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  5. 'We can't let the steel industry die'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | Illawarra Mercury

    STEEL STRATEGY: Labor's spokesman for innovation and industry Kim Carr visits BlueScope's Port Kembla steelworks last month. Senator Carr says "we can't afford to let the steel industry die".

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  6. Port Kembla cash panel revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 4 | Illawarra Mercury

    The NSW government has announced three Illawarra leaders who will help decide which projects get a share in the first round of its $99 million transformation fund. The NSW government has announced three Illawarra leaders who will help decide which projects get a share in the first round of its $99 million transformation fund.

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  7. Good behaviour bond for motorist attackaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | South Coast Register

    A 14-year-old youth has been placed on a 12-month good behaviour bond for throwing objects at cars on the Shoalhaven River bridge. A SECOND youth, charged with throwing objects at cars on the Shoalhaven River bridge on August 15 last year, has been sentenced.

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  8. Jack's back at No.1: Wighton selected at fullback for NSW Country Origin sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | Central Western Daily

    ORANGE product Jack Wighton has been named in his fourth-straight NSW Country Origin side after Craig Fitzgibbon announced the 17-man squad to take on City in Tamworth yesterday morning. The Bloomfield and Orange CYMS junior has been named in his preferred No.1 jumper ahead of the Scully Park blockbuster with a talent-laden City outfit, with the 2016 game the first representative fixture Wighton has been named to play at fullback in.

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  9. Man jailed for setting fire to T-shirt in Wollongong HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | Illawarra Mercury

    A Port Kembla man who deliberately set fire to a T-shirt in Wollongong Hospital last month, apparently so he didn't have to wait in line to see a doctor, has been jailed until October. Boris Miodrag had attended the hospital at 7 o'clock on the evening of April 23 for a mental health assessment when he was captured on CCTV cameras using a lighter to set fire to a grey t-shirt in one of the hospital's corridors.

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  10. Where the heart isRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | Illawarra Mercury

    Scream it from the top of Mount Keira, let it be heard: Illawarra is the reigning king of country rugby league. THROUGH AND THROUGH: Cronulla star and Berkeley product Jack Bird says the Eagles remain close to his heart as he prepares to wear a Country jumper for the second time on Sunday.

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  11. United get draw as Cove prevailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 1 | Illawarra Mercury

    Shell Cove consigned Woonona to their fifth straight defeat while South Coast United picked up their first point of the campaign in Saturday's Illawarra Premier League round six matches. Shell Cove consigned Woonona to their fifth straight defeat while South Coast United picked up their first point of the campaign in Saturday's Illawarra Premier League round six matches.

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  12. Wollongong's man of steel on his toughest fight in decadesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 29, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    Wollongong unionist Wayne Phillips found last year's fight to save the Port Kembla steelworks the most difficult time since the mass redundancies of the early 1980s. Picture: Sylvia Liber Wayne Phillips has seen steel disputes from both sides of the fence - first as an employee then a full-time unionist.

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  13. Aerosol art brightens up city precinctRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    Surgical theme: Wollongong surgeon Soni Putnis with aerosol artist Anthony Jones and the mural he's created at her Crown Street practice. Picture: Adam McLean General surgeon Soni Putnis said the mural created this week had brightened up the area which adjoined a park commonly used by local medical staff.

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  14. Knock-downs make way for dream homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    BEFORE: This fibro house was demolished and replaced with a slick new build by GJ Gardner Wollongong. Rebuilds are helping increase density in the region.

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  15. Catches improve after an early lullRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    Luke from Leisure Coast Tackle at Corrimal said unfortunately mixed conditions greeted the long weekend angler with some pretty ordinary weather at the start. A few boats took on the abating sea late Saturday but with few fish on offer they didn't stay long, opting to wait for a better weather window which happily Sunday and Monday provided.

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  16. Steel vital for our securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    The idea that Australia could import steel for defence purposes in wartime has been branded as "delusional" in a senate inquiry submission. Without a steel industry, Australia would be vulnerable during times of war, according to a Senate inquiry submission from a trade union.

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  17. NSW South Coast drug kingpin Luigi Fato jailed for 18 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    An international criminal, a cashed-up drug ring extending across state borders and the alleged involvement by the head of Australia's largest family owned winery. It's the extraordinary set of circumstances that police uncovered during an eight-month investigation into drug trafficking on the NSW South Coast.

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  18. From humble steel worker to drug baron: how police caught Luigi FatoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    An international criminal, a cashed up drug ring extending across state borders and the alleged involvement by the head of Australia's largest family owned winery. It's the extraordinary set of circumstances that police uncovered during an intense eight-month investigation into drug trafficking on the NSW South Coast.

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  19. BlueScope in talks with France's DCNS on $50b submarine buildRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    BlueScope Steel is in talks with DCNS which has won the $50bn submarines contract and is reinforcing that it made the plate steel which went into the six Collins Class submarines that were previously built by the ASC. A day after French company DCNS won the biggest defence contract in recent Australian history, BlueScope Steel's hopes were high that it will provide steel for the navy's 12 new submarines.

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  20. Union's strong bond with NSW GreensRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | Illawarra Mercury

    An unlikely bond: NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge with Australian Workers Union district secretary Wayne Phillips in Wollongong on Tuesday. Picture: Adam McLean.

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