Illawarra


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Illawarra

(ˌɪləˈwɒrə)
n
1. (Placename) a coastal district of E Australia, in S New South Wales. Pop: 404 626 (2002 est)
2. (Animals) an Australian breed of shorthorn dairy cattle noted for its high milk yield and ability to survive on poor pastures
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The Black and Whites' second-round Super League fixture against Wigan will be played in Wollongong on Saturday week before they take on St George Illawarra at Sydney Football Stadium a week later.
The ABC is launching a new Illawarra (Wollongong) Drive program, with well-known broadcaster Lindsay The Doctor McDougall inviting locals to have a greater say in the events and issues that matter to them.
Sydney: Fitch Ratings has affirmed nine classes of notes from four Illawarra series transactions.
From the mid-19th Century the development of the Wollongong district on the Illawarra coastal plain south of Sydney was closely linked to coal mining.
He went on to join St George Illawarra Dragons in 2012, where he earned selection into the NSW Cup representative squad in both 2013 and 2015 respectively.
Australian miner South32's Illawarra Metallurgical Coal business - which manages PKCT, and exports via it - announced late in June that it was suspending underground operations at its Appin mine due to high gas levels.
The two clubs will meet in Illawarra with league points at stake on Saturday, February 10.
The Society plans to keep the craft in the air, as well as display it in their permanent museum collection of some 40 planes at Illawarra Regional Airport.
According to the Illawarra Mercury, Morris, of New Dapto Road, Wollongong, New South Wales, at the time believed all of humanity was satanic and that the apocalypse was imminent.
In a first for the Illawarra, Australias peak tourism certification body, Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (ATAP) and Emerald & Aqua, Wollongongs largest holiday home agency today announced that Emerald & Aqua has been awarded ATAP certification.
With St George Illawarra stand-off Gareth Widdop also recalled, it points to Bennett using a third different half-back partnership in as many matches, although the veteran coach is keeping the Australians guessing by including last week's pairing of Luke Gale and George Williams in his 19.
Fearnley played 139 matches for Eastern Suburbs between 195455 and 195764, and coached at the Easts, Parramatta, Western Suburbs, Cronulla and Illawarra.