Wollongong


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Wol·lon·gong

 (wo͝ol′ən-gŏng′, -gông′)
A city of southeast Australia on the Tasman Sea south-southwest of Sydney. It is an iron and steel center.
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Wollongong

(ˈwʊləŋˌɡɒŋ)
n
(Placename) a city in E Australia, in E New South Wales on the Pacific: an early centre of dairy farming; now a coal-mining and heavy industrial centre. Pop: 228 846 (2001)
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Wol•lon•gong

(ˈwʊl ənˌgɔŋ, -ˌgɒŋ)

n.
a seaport in E New South Wales, in E Australia. 238,000.
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The bodies of German national Tanja Ludwig, 33, and her daughter Tilly were found at the base of the lookout in Wollongong, south of Sydney, on Tuesday night, local time.
While the appointment is subject to due diligence and ratification from the university's council, it is understood that the role has been offered to Professor Alison Jones, deputy vice-chancellor (health and communities), of the University of Wollongong in New South Wales.
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The group then took the opportunity to visit Wollongong Harbour on a bright sunny day.
Shortlisted team for the first SDME include Team Spirit of the Union from Zayed University and the Petroleum Institute; Team Know-Howse from University of Sharjah, UAE and University of Ferrara, Italy; Team ORA from Heriot-Watt University in Dubai; Team NYUAD from New York University Abu Dhabi; Team Jeel from the American University in Dubai; Team Al Bayt Al Kamel from the American University of Ras Al Khaimah; Team UOW from University of Wollongong-Australia and University of Wollongong Dubai, Team Aqua Green from Ajman University from the UAE.
Weeks and Rigby developed this blockage design procedure with a few post-flood field data from the Wollongong, New South Wales, flood event of 17 August 1998.
This map records names with Aboriginal connections: Keera, Kembla (replacing the name 'Hat Hill'), Wollongong, Towradi, Ballambi, Corrimal (which later moved to the coast as the name of a suburb).
See the launch of the campaign to improve maternity services at Wollongong hospital bit.ly/wollongongmaternity
Wollongong accommodation has been constrained by the lack of available accommodation options, case in point is the upcoming 3-day event Wings over Wollongong in May needs to accommodate 20,000 visitors though there is only 3000 to 4000 bed capacity amongst existing Wollongong accommodation providers.
Summary: The event held at the University of Wollongong in Dubai recently
An international team of scientists, led by the University of Wollongong found a lower right jaw fragment and six milk teeth from at least one adult and two children on the Indonesian island of Flores, and dated to be at least 700,000 years old, Xinhua reported.