Port Kembla, Australia Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Italian migrants roast a tonne of chestnuts in WollongongRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 19 | ABC News

    Dozens of Italian families came to eat the nuts that have been cooked in 44-gallon drums over an open fire behind the Fraternity Club. Castagne Day, which marks the start of the Italian nut season, is an annual event that also pays tribute to the nut, which was gathered to make bread after many corn and grain fields were destroyed in Italy by bombs, during World War II.

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  2. Cleaner ships to pay less at Port KemblaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    GREENING THE FLEET: A car carrier enters Port Kembla. Ships will soon be rewarding for reducing their air pollution, NSW Ports says.

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  3. The bikie murder verdict that was six years and three trials in the makingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    The grieving sister of Darko Janceski at his funeral held at St.Kliment's Macedonian Orthodox Church in Port Kembla in 2012. Darko was well known to police at the time of his death - this photo from 2004 shows him outside Wollongong courthouse after being charged with dangerous driving offences.

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  4. Big waves bring all the surfers to ShellharbourRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    The weekend's windy weather had disappeared and hazardous surf warnings were no more - meaning Tuesday was a good day for surfers to catch a break along the Illawarra coast. The long-awaited swell arrived as a weakening low pressure system over the southeastern Tasman Sea and an approaching strong high-pressure system combined to drive vigorous southerly winds along the NSW coast.

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  5. Gong push for more adventure, cruising, movies, conferencing and accommodationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Captains: Destination Wollongong chair Colin Bloomfield and Cruise Wollongong director Leigh Colacino are among those charting a course for more visitor growth. A Mount Keira adventure playground, a conferencing upgrade at WIN Entertainment Centre and turning Port Kembla into a turnaround port are three big areas of focus for Destination Wollongong in 2018.

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  6. Ten years on Red Point Artists bring Port Kembla 'back to life'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Red Point Artists members Naomi Arrowsmith, Janette Loughrey, Julie Brockenshire, Sue Buckton and Gail Fidler at Red Point Gallery. Picture: Georgia Matts Red Point Artists members Naomi Arrowsmith, Janette Loughrey, Julie Brockenshire, Sue Buckton and Gail Fidler at Red Point Gallery.

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  7. Illegal abalone seized in Kiama bakery raidRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    A surveillance operation led fisheries officers from the NSW Department of Primary Industries Statewide Operations and Investigations Group to suspect the bakery was receiving the black market delicacy. NSW DPI Director Fisheries Compliance, Patrick Tully said the officers seized 120 abalone, including 95 that were of a prohibited size.

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  8. No budget cash splash helps region - professorRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Adding up all the benefits the region got from the federal Budget wasn't a lot, according to economics professor Alex Frino. Picture: Erin Jonasson The Illawarra didn't get much in the federal budget - and that's actually a good thing according to economist Alex Frino.

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  9. Add more lanes to Picton Road, says business chamberRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Port Kembla's growth will be hampered by poor road and rail connectivity in coming years, according to the Illawarra Business Chamber. Picture: Sylvia Liber Doubling the capacity of Picton Road and adding an extra lane to the M1 Princes Motorway are on the Illawarra Business Chamber's wishlist.

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  10. Australian steel spared from Trump's tough tariffsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | The Age

    Australian steelmaker BlueScope says it is ready to "refocus and get back to business" after US President Donald Trump confirmed the company would be indefinitely exempt from his tough new import tariffs under an in-principle agreement. The Trump administration this year announced 25 per cent tariffs on steel and 10 per cent on aluminium shipped into the United States, but gave temporary exemptions to several countries including Australia.

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  11. Former NZ swimming coach Jan Cameron dies suddenly in QueenslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2018 | Stuff.co.nz

    Cameron, who Swimming Australia confirmed on Monday night passed in the early hours of Monday morning, was widely seen as the driving force behind the setting up of New Zealand swimming's first high performance programme. A silver medallist for Australia in the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Cameron shifted to New Zealand in 1991, initially working as head coach for the North Shore Swimming Club, a club with little resources but one to which she attracted many of New Zealand's top swimmers.

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  12. Port Kembla man knocked partner out days after she suffered miscarriage: courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    A Port Kembla man will spend at least 16 months behind bars after bashing his girlfriend unconscious just days after she suffered a miscarriage with his unborn child. Documents tendered to Wollongong District Court on Monday said Kolby Langlo, 22, had a record for acts of violence when he punched and kneed his partner of eight months last November, causing her to have a seizure on the floor of a friend's house.

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  13. Babies 'don't count' when calculating nurse-to-patient ratiosRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    BOOST THE NUMBERS: NSW Nurses and Midwives Association members Julie Ljubovic and Chevonne Cowell with fellow members in Wollongong's Crown St Mall on Thursday night. Picture: Robert Peet.

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  14. Drowning toll cause for pause as sun sets on Illawarra patrol seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    FLAGS DOWN: Bulli beach volunteer lifesaver Kaimana Fittock prepares to farewell the 2017/2018 patrol season, which ends on Sunday. Picture: Georgia Matts The prolonged, hot summer is believed to have contributed to a tragic spike in drownings and near-drownings off the Illawarra coast.

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  15. Jobs secured as Tahmoor mine deal done and dustedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    SECURITY: This picture supplied by the mine shows workers at one of the daily briefings showing their feelings at gaining certainty that their jobs would continue. About 340 people employed at the Tahmoor coal mine have breathed a sigh of relief after the sale of the operation got the official tick of approval.

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  16. 41 fun things to do in the Illawarra these school holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Ride a miniature train at the Illawarra Live Steamers day, located across from Stuart Park at North Wollongong, on Sunday, April 22. Meet a bearded dragon at Shellharbour City Library on Thursday, April 26 at 10.30am and 11.30am. Click the photo for details.

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  17. 'Head gear doesn't help in a fight': why combat sports must changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2018 | Kiama Independent

    'Head gear doesn't help when you fight, it just spreads the impact larger throughout your brain,' says Danny Jones. Picture: Adam McLean The University of Wollongong's head boxing trainer Lee Murray has trained boxing world champions down to young amateurs, has been a promoter of events and a match-maker.

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  18. Mayors spooked by cost of rock fishing lifejacket lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    DOUBLE TROUBLE: A rock fisherman, sans flotation device, getting a couple of lines wet off the coal loader at Port Kembla on Friday. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS.

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  19. Jailed Wollongong fisherman granted appeals bail to care for disabled sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    A Wollongong fisherman appealing a finding of guilt over his role in a major commercial fishing scam has been granted bail from prison after a judge accepted he needed to be at liberty to care for his disabled son. Pasquale Brancatisano was convicted on more than 100 charges, fined $76,000 and jailed for at least two years in Port Kembla Local Court last November following a lengthy undercover investigation by NSW Fisheries into overfishing of eastern rock lobster off the Illawarra coastline.

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  20. Port Kembla residents worried about WestConnex soil deliveriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2018 | Illawarra Mercury

    Port Kembla residents are concerned about the possible impacts of rock dug up from the WestConnex project ending up in their suburb. Picture: Anna Kucera Strict environmental controls need to be put in place on any rock and soil from Sydney's WestConnex that ends up in Port Kembla, according to Wollongong MP Paul Scully.

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