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Daily Archives: June 10, 2019

Eskimo Joe Joins Brooke on 2RS

With a whopping 35 ARIA nominations, 3 international songwriting awards and 2 APRA Awards for the most played rock song on Australian radio with tracks including Black Fingernails, Red Wine, Sarah and From the Sea, Stu MacLeod, lead guitarist from Eskimo Joe joined Brooke on

Waltzing Matildas Need to Tango with Brazil

The Matilda’s are off to a rough start in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, after a 2-1 defeat to Italy in the dying seconds of the opening match. Despite the stats being in their favour, with Australia having the most possessions, shots, passes, corners and

Weekend Weather Delivers for Winter Wine Fest Goers

The Winter Wine Festival at Crooked River Wines was once again a raging success over the long weekend, despite fears of wet & windy weather leading into the long weekend threatening to spoil the fun. Hundreds of festival goers made their way to the winery

You Can Hop Aboard A Train to Your Childhood

Did you hear or see a strange sight on the train tracks this long weekend? No your eyes weren’t playing tricks on you – there really was a steam train about the Illawarra. “I was watching TV and I heard a whistle which sounded like

Starting a Dialogue about Mens Health

Men’s Health Week is celebrated every year around the world as a way to provoke discussion into what can be done to improve Mens Health. Right from the start it is believed that men suffer more illnesses and accidents. Mens mental health is a massive

Illawarra Community Fight to Keep Quarantine Buildings

Have you ever been outside (or inside) of an abandoned school or hospital and thought – that sure looks creepy in there! I think it’s an unscientific fact that where bad or tragic things have happened, that energy sticks around. Well the Illawarra Historical Society

OAM Honour For The Illawarra Community

A local woman has been rewarded for her commitment to the performing arts. Doreen Bryars, 80, was one of the honoraries receiving an Order of Australia medal. It’s a just achievement for Doreen who was, at one time, considering giving up the arts. “There was