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Project AIRSHIP returns for summer

Following its successful trial last year, an improved version of Kiama’s shark blimp has returned to Surf Beach.

With the help of a US$11,000 grant from the Save Our Seas Foundation, and continuing support of Kiama Council and the Department of Primary Industries, PhD student and lifeguard Kye Adams is enthusiastic about continuing his research into the blimp’s effectiveness as a shark spotting and safety device. 328 more words

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Jemma is first 2018 Showgirl contestant

Jemma Hart, the granddaughter of Colleen and Warren Hart of Hart’s Garage, is the first entrant in the 2018 Kiama Showgirl competition.

The 22 year old nursing student from Kiama Downs says she is excited to be part of the Showgirl competition. 179 more words


Residents call for overdue traffic safety measures

Two years after they first raised safety concerns with Council about their busy intersection, a group of residents of Bong Bong and Shoalhaven Streets are welcoming the news that something is finally to be done. 329 more words


2018 Kiama Readers Festival shapes up

The Kiama Readers Festival committee has been working hard to put together a great line up of authors for its second biannual event, to be held on 11-12 May. 145 more words


Getting on board the driverless bus

With the passing of legislation to allow driverless vehicles to operate on public roads, Council’s Director of Engineering and Works, Gino Belsito, is continuing discussions with NRMA for it to locate one of the buses in Kiama (first reported in our 10 August edition). 201 more words

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Love is the Ultimate Outlaw – Our Kiama Wedding

One month ago I got hitched to my long haired lover from Liverpool. The big day was a goddamn joyful explosion of love, colour, wine and tunes on a property on the edge of Kiama on the South Coast. 526 more words


Book remembers Hospital as heart of the community

Spurred on by the affection shown at the Open Day to farewell Kiama Hospital, a group of people involved with the Hospital during its heyday have put together a book to preserve the story for future generations. 334 more words