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Cultural workshops at SENTRAL
SENTRAL Youth Services is hosting a a series of cultural workshops helping make connections with Aboriginal culture, food, dancing and art.
Busy season for our lifeguards
The annual lifeguard report shows our beaches were extremely popular over the last swim season, with an estimated 406,334 people making use of our seven beaches.
New rules for selling cats or dogs
From 1 July 2019, people selling or giving away dogs or cats in NSW will need to include an identification number in advertisements.
Blue Haven recognised for reablement efforts
Blue Haven Community has been recognised for its efforts in the Illawarra Way Pilot Program, particularly for increasing understanding of reablement supports that are available.
Institute of Interesting Ideas
The Institute of Interesting Ideas and Destination Kiama are hosting a winter series of talks at The Pavilion, starting with Channel 7’s Melissa Doyle.
Surf Beach Holiday Park update
A month in at Surf Beach Holiday Park Kiama and the team upgrading the site has already knocked over heaps of work.
New toilets for Cooke Park
Council is replacing the old amenities at Gerringong Boat Harbour (Cooke Park), with a new facility boasting ambulant and disability toilets, and baby change facilities.
Remembering Charmian Clift
Kiama Library is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Charmian Clift with a talk by her biographer, Nadia Wheatley.
Council opposes Dunmore sand mine expansion
Kiama Council has lodged a submission with the NSW Government strongly opposing the proposal to mine sand next to the Minnamurra River.
Surf Beach Holiday Park upgrades
Council is investing more than four million dollars upgrading Surf Beach Holiday Park this winter, as part of the long-term improvement strategy for council-owned holiday parks.