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Your web browser is no longer supported. To Wollongong with tonight move on from there your experience update it here. News New South Wales Illawarra. Hour-long delays as long weekend comes to an end Holiday-makers have been warned to prepare for heavy traffic on main ro as thousands return home after the long weekend.

Mother critical after being pulled from burning home The year-old woman became trapped inside her burning Wollongong home with firefighters managing to save her just in time. Shark tracking tag found at NSW university A shark tracking tag that went missing on a NSW university campus has been found, saving months' worth of valuable data.

Man charged after allegedly stalking teen girls as they left cinema The man, 37, is accused of following the two year-olds when they left the cinema and chasing them down a main road in Shellharbour. Girls, 12, allegedly sexually touched by man in Illawarra pool Police have charged a man after he allegedly sexually touched and assaulted three girls at an Illawarra pool, south of Sydney.

Three men charged over 'large-scale' construction fraud scheme Three men have been arrested and charged over their involvement in large-scale fraud scheme in southern NSW. The accused killer in the Mangerton murder trial has today revealed how the body was moved to the laundry. Mark Jenkin gave his version of the events in the lead up to the death of Mark Dower three years ago Woman's body found in NSW bushland The body believed to be that of a woman missing from the Illawarra region has been found.

NSW minister Gareth Ward found 'naked and confused' Police found NSW government minister Gareth Ward naked and confused late at night outside a Potts Point apartment after he became "disoriented" at home following surgery. Anniversary of Unanderra storm drain drowning prompts calls for action It was meant to be an afternoon boogie board with mates but a poorly deed opened drain resulted in the tragic death of Ryan Teasdale. One year on - and questions remain as to why the drain wasn't compliant with current safety standards. Toddler buried in rubble when car crashes into house A two-year-old has been pulled from the wreckage of a family home after a car crashed through the bedroom, with the driver begging the mother not to call polce.

Mystery as police find thousands of dollars floating down NSW creek Police have fished thousands of dollars worth of notes out of a NSW creek. Triple-killer to get parole after killing his family Triple-killer Matthew De Gruchy has been granted parole.

Uber driver denies sexual assault of passenger Court documents allege he grabbed her hand and placed it on his genitals.

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Man identified after body was found in Shellharbour ditch Family appeal for information as Brian Garcia is identified as the man found lifeless over the weekend. Masked man robs Gerringong bottle shop at knife point. A man hunt is underway in the Illawarra, detectives spending the day canvassing the area, trying to find any clues of where he may have escaped to.

Man to stand trial over murder of three-year-old 47 years ago A man committed to stand trial in the NSW Supreme Court over the murder of missing toddler Cheryl Grimmer allegedly confessed to police detectives in Warrawong Home Invasion The victim of a home invasion in Lake Heights has spoken of the moment she claims two men smashed their way in, before threatening her with a machete.

The pair are likely to be charged, after 9 News captured the moment police tracked them down. Glasshouse fire Fire crews faced a tougher than usual challenge as they battled a glasshouse blaze at Wombarra this morning. Minibus clips fully-laden fuel tanker The trial of the man accused of causing an aged care resident's death has been played video of the crash.

Man faces first day of trial over fatal bus crash Despite being accused of dangerous driving - Lawyers for Michael Ryan insist he is a safe driver who made a horrific mistake. Strike Force Raptor expands to Southern Region A bikie busting police squad responsible for closing down major crime gangs across Sydney is now being expanded closer to home.

Strike Force Raptor has spread their wings South, with 23 elite officers allocated to the new unit. Police and protesters clash at a farm near Picton Thirteen people were arrested amid dramatic scenes - following the anonymous release of an undercover video.

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Protesters have clashed with police outside a chicken farm near Picton - that's under investigation for animal cruelty. The prosecution sums up its case in the Mangerton murder trial He's standing trial for the "Mangerton body in the laundry" murder but Mark Jenkin is also accused of plotting to kill a woman. As closing submissions continued today, the Crown argued Jenkin wanted this woman dead because she tipped off police. Closing statements heard in court over the body in the laundry murder.

Mark Jenkin sat in the dock shaking his head and taking detailed notes as the Crown argued his guilt to be 'irrefutable'. Infrastructure is once again taking the spotlight, with the Southern Highlands getting a head start. Revelations the Jetgo debt could stretch beyond 30 million dollars The fate of embattled airline Jetgo remains up in the air tonight following the first of two creditors meetings. It's been revealed Shellharbour Council is among unsecured creditors, with the company owing at least 17 million dollars. Evidence from the accused killer in Mangerton murder trial The accused killer has begun giving evidence in Wollongong Court in the "body in the laundry" murder trial.

University bathroom peeper faces court An international student from the University of Wollongong faced court today, slapped with hours community service for filming his female flatmates in the shower.

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Port Kembla to become first natural gas import terminal in NSW A new business venture is shaking up the face of Wollongong and the gas industry. Port Kembla could soon become the state's first import terminal for liquefied natural gas, promising to drive down gas prices. New regional airline ready for take off Three days after Jetgo services were grounded at Albion park, another airline is being considered for take-off.

Stratus Aviation has confirmed it's ready to replace a of regional routes across the state in the next 30 days. Major boost for the South Coast oyster industry The South Coast is known for its oysters and soon delicacies from Narooma will be making a splash on the international seafood scene. The Deputy Premier announcing a multi-million dollar investment into the area's aquaculture industry. Judge inspects Mangerton crime scene in laundry murder trial As the trial into the death of Mark Dower enters its final weeks, the Supreme Court judge has toured the site where his body was found.

A large contingent of lawyers, prosecutors and police spent the morning retracing the steps of the alleged murderer. Kiama family business changing the face of Shellharbour From a few pieces of machinery to a multi-million dollar company - one Kiama family has proven hard work pays off. Teenager back in custody after a daring escape A teenager is back behind bars after escaping custody from Wagga's juvenile correctional facility. Residents were warned of the young offenders escape - who was found hitch hiking six kilometres away. Man faces court over illegal Abalone trade to a Kiama bakery A man has fronted Wollongong Court, over supplying an illegal haul of abalone to a Kiama bakery.

It comes as the Department of Primary Industry looks to stamp out the criminal behaviour. Guilty verdict handed down on former Noreen Hay staffer accused of electoral fraud A staffer to former Wollongong politician Noreen Hay has been found guilty of electoral fraud. New hope a year-old cold case could be solved This year marks the 40th anniversary of the disappearance of Warrilla schoolgirl Kay Docherty.

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Her twin brother has spoken of his hope that the mystery may finally be solved. Speed blamed for death of Port Kembla teen It's believed speed is to blame for the death of a P-plater who ran off the road and slammed head on into a pole. The 19 year old Port Kembla man was allegedly heading home with a convoy of friends, after a night out with his friends.

Wollongong booze ban could send businesses bust Eateries in Wollongong's CBD are calling for lock out laws to be relaxed, claiming it's killing business. It comes as Council looks to re-introduce booze bans to keep the party precinct safe. Nine News sat down with distraught family and friends, who are still coming to terms with the loss of the year-old. More news. James Wilson Senior Reporter. Kaitlan Steadman Reporter.

First baby beaver born in UK in years. Jackass stunt ends in real shark attack. Outrage after hefty parking fines issued at Sydney mass vaccine hub.

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