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Jan.20, 2022: @acenewsservices

The 74-year-old has been charged with 13 offencesYoung man smiling wearing a suitCunningham preselection heats upIt’s now a two-horse race to choose the Labor candidate for the federal seat of Cunningham after the retirement of Sharon Bird. Australian Workers Union official and former criminal defence lawyer Misha Zelinsky (pictured) has joined political staffer Alison Byrnes-Scully in nominating for preselection.

What are Mr Zelinsky’s key interests?SES volunteers assisting with a large fallen tree branch out the front of a houseClean-up continues after Saturday’sferocious stormIt was brief but it had some serious power. A storm that hit parts of Wollongong left tree branches strewn across roads and roofs peeled back from buildings. The fast-moving storm cell also left 7,000 homes without power.

La Mamitas cafe owners say their shop is ‘unsalvagable’ after the stormEmpty tables and facilities at a local caravan parkCancellations cause more financial pain for South Coast tourism operatorsAt this time of year our South Coast caravan parks are usually full of people mingling, making new friends and having fun. But tourism operators say the threat of COVID has caused countless cancellations, and those who are staying are keeping to themselves.

Cafes and restaurants are also missing out on customersCow paddock with cow in it, sign on fence protesting the plantSouthern Highlands residents object to massive plastic recycling plantA plastic recycling plant proposed for Moss Vale would be the country’s largest, but some aren’t happy with plans for the $70m facility. They say it will put 2.4 hectares of buildings on agricultural land and would operate 24 hours a day near residential areas.

Locals explain why they believe the project is in the wrong spotBlack cockatoos in a tree eating a seedHow citizen scientists plan to ‘capture’ the return of this threatened birdNest boxes to attract glossy black cockatoos back to the Southern Highlands are now under constant surveillance. Motion-detection cameras send images to a website, where citizen scientists can help look for signs of the endangered bird returning after bushfires wiped out much of their habitat in 2019.

Why has it been so hard to spot a glossy so far?Kathy Eagar an older lady in professional attire at desk looking smugWidespread COVID outbreaks threatening aged careMore than half of all Australian residential aged care facilities could have COVID-19 outbreaks by the end of this week, according to the peak body representing Australia’s aged care providers. University of Wollongong aged care expert Kathy Eagar says the vaccine booster program for aged care facilities has not been able to match the speed of the spread of the Omicron variant.

How many aged care facilities still need booster shots?Entrance to Swan Lake open with lots of water flowing from seaSwan Lake illegally openedWhile most Tchaikovsky fans would love to hear about a Swan Lake opening, it’s a different story at Cudmirrah. Shoalhaven Council and New South Wales Fisheries officers are investigating after Swan Lake was illegally opened, creating a large, 30-metre wide channel to the ocean. It’s now deemed a public safety risk.

What’s your reaction? Let us know on our Facebook pageRemember the World Grass Skiing Championships in Jamberoo?We’re going back nearly 40 years for this dive into our archives, but did you know Jamberoo hosted the World Grass Skiing Championships in 1983? The event hasn’t been held in Australia since and it saw hundreds of international competitors race down green hills. There was even an opening ceremony parade down Crown Street in Wollongong!

Check out this classic video on our Facebook pageFacebook high achiever smiling at awards ceremonyWhat else made news in the past week?HSC top achievers: A huge congrats to Isobel Kinnear (pictured) from The Illawarra Grammar School, who has come equal first in the state in HSC dance. Smith’s Hill High student Charlotte McKenzie has topped the state in extension history.

Nowra bypass on the agenda: Shoalhaven councillor Paul Ell says he will put a notice of motion to the first new council meeting on Tuesday to debate a bypass for Nowra as a matter of priority. He believes there is widespread support for a bypass from politicians and the community.

Homeless GP clinic: NSW Young Australian of the Year nominee Daniel Nour is bringing his mobile GP clinic set-up from Sydney to Wollongong. Dr Nour says the service for homeless people will be expanded with assistance from other medics and another van.

Land values skyrocketing: Land values in Kiama and Shoalhaven have risen dramatically in the past year, according to the latest NSW Valuer General’s report. The report shows land in Kiama increased in value by 53 per cent, and by 49 per cent in the Shoalhaven.

Tomerong investigation: Shoalhaven Council’s handling of complaints about the Tomerong Quarry is being investigated by the NSW Ombudsman. The council fined quarry operators $114,000 in 2017 for illegally importing carcinogenic fly ash and breaching its licence conditions, but the maximum penalties available were in the millions.

Private hospital COVID help: Private hospitals in the Illawarra are prepared for an influx of patients with COVID-19 from the public system as hospitalisations continue to rise. The private hospital partnerships will allow the most severe patients to continue to receive care at Wollongong Hospital.

Berry Show cancelled: This year’s Berry Show has been called off amid climbing COVID-19 case numbers. Despite the decision, organisers are confident they will be adequately prepared for a show next year.

Local through in Australian Open: Shellharbour tennis player Ellen Perez is through to round two of the Australian Open doubles tournament after beating fellow Aussies Maddison Inglis and Jaimee Fourlis on Wednesday.

Visit our website for more local newsautumn leaves surround lake alexandraThe best photos from around the country Anyone else dreaming of the incredible colours of autumn? Leanne Williams (@leannemwilliams333) shared this stunning shot of Lake Alexandra via #ABCmyphoto on Instagram. You can show everyone what the world looks like where you live by using the hashtag on Instagram or by uploading your photos online here

See the latest photos on the #ABCmyphoto websiteA black and white photo of a lighthouse at the end of a walkway.How’s the weather looking?La Nina is in full swing. The forecast for the next seven days looks like rain, rain, maybe some sun on Tuesday, then even more rain. If it’s taking you four days to dry your washing inside … we feel you.

And thanks to Lee Robinson from @illawarraphotographer for this moody pic, which basically reflects how we’re all feeling at the moment!

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