Dunn Lewis Centre is helping build 3 transportable homes bound for the outback NSW town of Broken Hill. The 3 bedroom homes Built by local carpenters and Ulladulla high school students will be used for crisis accomodation housing for the indigenous community and is funded by the Salvation Army.

                                                              Intoxicated Driver crash Milton 

Police returning from a search for missing bushwalkers rescued a man from a burning vehicle. The Ford Fairlaine was alight on its roof when Police dragged him free. He was taken to Ulladulla police station and charged with Mid-Range PCA (intoxicated driver).

 

                     Regular Visitors from Sydney have won 25Million

A Lucky couple believed to be regular visitors from Sydney have won 25Million Oz Lotto yesterday (27April2011). Purchased from the popular Mollymook Beach Newsagency on Beach Rd, the winner had the ticket checked a number of times before she believed it was really true.

                                                  BREAK, ENTER AND STEAL ARREST - ULLADULLA
  A 22 year old Ulladulla man has been arrested and charged for three Break, Enter and Steal offences which occurred in Ulladulla.   The premises included both residential and business premises.  Two offences occurred in March this year with one offence reported in 2007.  The man was arrested by Shoalhaven Target Arrest Group on Saturday night at his home and he will appear in Milton Local court this month.

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   Shark sighting Mollymook

 Around 5pm on Sunday 16 January, what was described as a Brown shark was spotted at North Mollymook closing it for a period as Lifesavers scared it from the area.The shark was spotted by a man fishing off the point who quickly alerted Lifesavers.

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                                              Dr Rip 

 

Dr Rob Brander or Dr Rip he will be gave a 1 Hr talk and placed purple dye into the surf to demonstrate where the rips go.

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Mogo Zoo Announces Rare Sumatran Tiger Cub Birth!

 

                        With fewer than 400 individuals remaining in the wild today, the Critically Endangered Sumatran Tiger is facing a bleak future. However, Mogo Zoo is playing a vital role in the conservation of this species with the momentous birth of three healthy cubs.  

 

                        Born on 21 August, 2010, the playful cubs will become part of the Global Breeding Program for Sumatran Tigers to ensure the survival of this species.  Mother of the cubs, Soraya, and father, Lari, are deemed genetically valuable members of the Program, so the recent birth will further strengthen the genetics of the species.

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                 Institute of Design Ulladulla

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  Mollymook Lifeguard Herman Unsworth has designed a safety pack that will save lives.
The SOLAS, recently just out of the box after research completed by professional lifeguards and PAQUA Australia last month, is a small safety system that hangs off a belt or arm and is capable of withstanding all the elements faced by rock fishers including being swept into the sea.
The PaquaComms SOLAS has strobe light, an LED flashlight with a power of 10 lumens (that works concurrently with the flashing strobe) and a waterproof pouch for either a mobile  phone or a walkie-talkie radio and a pealess whistle that works for raising the alarm and locating rock fishers in the water for would-be rescuers.
   Mr Unsworth said “that the SOLAS has also a strip of reflective SOLAS tape so very useful for searchers like those at Catherine Hill Bay conducting searches in the night - the reflective SOLAS tape can bounce the nearest flash of a search beam back to the rescuers.”
Mr Unsworth said that “it is time rock fisher’s, no matter of their experience and knowledge of particular favourite areas, should like small boaters do with a check-in and check-home radio system, take some responsibility and always go fishing with a SOLAS  system”
 

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Vehicle rolls over in the main street of Milton.

About 2.50pm Saturday 27/2/10 a blue Ford Focus sedan was being driven south along the Princes Hwy Milton by a 63yr old lady from Mollymook. Her car has collided with the rear of a parked car causing her car to roll over onto its roof. With the help of some members of the public she was able to get out of the vehicle. She was taken to Milton Hospital for checks and was released shortly after. The southbound lane was closed for about 40 mins, however diversions were put into place. No one else was injured.

 

 

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                                    Residents Voice Concern over

                                   St Vincent Street Development

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                         Ulladulla Police Catch Another Drunk Driver 

300 Random Breath Tests with three drivers charged with drink driving offences, one driver a 19 year Cambewarra man was detected at 10am Sunday morning with in a low range reading resulting from consumption the previous evening . This has been the initial operation for the Summer period ahead and Police will continue to perform these duties throughout the Summer holidays over the command targeting anti social behaviour and traffic offences.

Source NSW Police

 

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                   Milton Man Gets Busted by Police Helicopter Polair

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Whale watching November 2009 in the Jervis Bay with Dolphin Watch Cruises Matt Cross. 

 

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Gale Force Winds at Sussex Inlet brings down power lines and starts a grass fire. 

Mollymook Surfboat Race held every year, draws crews from NSW QLD ACT and VIC.

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