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Wollongong City Council is making some changes to our New Year’s Eve 2020 and Australia Day 2021 events.
Wollongong City Council has tonight (Monday 26 October) green-lighted close to $4million in improvements to community amenities, pathways and facilities.
When Wollongong City Council embarked on the refurbishment of the Austinmer Beach Pavilion, we always knew the work would likely unveil unexpected challenges.
Wollongong City Council will begin work along Harry Graham Drive, Kembla Heights from Monday 26 October to investigate a significant soil slip in the road embankment near Brandy and Water Creek.
Council is a major procurement contractor within Wollongong and we’re holding a free live stream event to help local business learn more about the upcoming opportunities regarding supplying goods and services contracts for the city.
Tree vandalism continues to be an issue across Wollongong, with real costs to individuals, our council and our communities.
Port Kembla Beach and Pool amenities are due for an access upgrade. That’s why we’re proposing a new Accessible Adult Change Facility.
It’s a tough time for local businesses and in recognition of the challenges many are facing, a new B-Hub business support service is being launched on the ground floor, 93 Crown Street, Wollongong.
Wollongong City Council has released new verge garden guidelines as part of its Urban Greening Strategy. The guidelines have been developed to help residents create a safe and successful garden space that contributes to community spirit and greening Wollongong.
Port Kembla’s King George V Oval offers something for everyone.