Virtually a reality of supply and demand

Virtually a reality of supply and demand

Virtual reality gaming continues to grow in popularity and sales but supply will not keep up with demand in 2016, according to a leading Australian tech company. Telsyte has released the findings of a study it carried out into the use of VR technology in Australia. It...
Illawarra swimming talent targets Rio

Illawarra swimming talent targets Rio

The trials to choose the Australian swim team for the Rio Olympic Games will be held next week and four Wollongong swimmers are in the race. Alyisha Beckingham, Jake Power, Matt Hearne and Aaron Cannon will try out for the Olympic team under the stewardship of coach...
What’s at the core of Australian politics

What’s at the core of Australian politics

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s popularity has taken a dip over the past fortnight, and yet he is still streets ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten. The PM’s popularity as preferred leader is three points lower than when he took power last September....
Coal sculpture takes out top prize in Wollongong

Coal sculpture takes out top prize in Wollongong

The winner of the inaugural Acquisitive Sculpture Competition was revealed this morning at the Wollongong Botanic Gardens. Sculptor and artist Louis Pratt won the $30,000 prize for his piece ‘King Coal’. Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery made the announcement. He...