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Redland Bay harassment sparks police warning

24/04/2020 // by admin

POLICE have warned people not to invite strangers into their house after a Redland Bay woman was sexually harassed in her home.
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A man aged in his 50s visited the woman at her house on July 23, the day a classified promoting her forthcoming garage sale was published.

He asked whether her husband was home and expressed interest in furniture or tools she was planning to sell that weekend.

He brushed the woman’s buttocks as he passed through the door and bought a chainsaw, before asking her whether he could buy masking tape.

The woman said the tape was not for sale, but the stranger continued to request it several times.

Feeling uncomfortable, the woman said he could take the tape so he would leave, but he then asked her for a kiss.

When she refused and ordered him out of the house, he left without further incident.

Bayside Patrol Area Crime Prevention Coordinator Acting Sergeant Karen Parker recommended that residents never invite strangers into their homes.

“When holding a garage sale or similar at your home, keep in mind there is safety in numbers,” she said.

“Keep your phone handy and keep the objects you want to sell outside the house where if an incident like this does occur you could call neighbours for assistance.”

Anyone with information about the incident can contact Redland Bay police on 3829 4111 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.

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Junior dogs ready to represent Singleton in the finals

24/04/2020 // by admin

LAST Saturday was the last competition round for the 12s and up with semis kicking off this weekend for five international teams. With four teams bowing out of the competition all the boys and coaching staff should be proud of their efforts in 2014. With three of the five teams playing Elimination semis. It is pleasing to see the Red Dogs have such a strong representation in the Finals series in 2014.
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Mini mods are off on the long road to Merriwa this weekend and the 10s and 11s play their last competition round before semis start for their age groups.

Hamilton Investments Under 6 White boys arrived at Scone to take on a number depleted Denman Devils side last weekend and a great show of sportsmanship by Jobie Castledine and Cohen Harris seen those boys wear the Devils uniform for the day and help them out fielding a full team.

Singleton Heights Bakery Under 6 Reds put in a great performance at the weekend against Aberdeen with plenty of tries scored. Hat tricks to both Kai Baker and Lachlan Jackson were the stand outs but it was the team’s defence that really showed how far these kids have come since the start of the year with some great efforts from Hayden Oliver, Georgia Jackson and Kaiden Morris.

Forsythes Under 7 Reds, Wow what a game, captain Charlie Knight scored a fabulous try showing Muswellbrook Gold that there was no stopping the Greyhounds in Scone last Saturday. Roman Martin over, over and over again, three tries to the score while Mason Taylor keeping his game average with another two tries for the day. No stopping these players, always powerful Jacob Hamson, Eden Hampstead and Mason Konieczny all scored two tries each and kicking at least one conversion each also. Nate Hodge had the most outstanding of games, this young man is one to keep your eyes on. Shelby Lambkin has Scone chasing her all over the field with her great running skills and Byron Ward cut the field up making the most impressive of ground cover…one proud coach today team.

Comprint Under 9 Whites took on Scone Red and the boys knew they had a tough match ahead. Deacen Hampstead led the boys out onto the field as captain. The boys put up a tough battle Rhylee Jackson coming up with two tries. Baylie Morriss helped out the team with some huge runs up the centre even carrying an injury. Tyson Ayshford is the smallest kid in the team and bought down the biggest players with his awesome tackling and then used his side step to go in for a cracker of a try. Maysan Hancox-Robinson had his best game of the season and tackled some with force. Noah Tull worked well in the second receiver job after a few weeks off. Blaiden Ritter and Tully Wholert made some great metres up the centre and Sam Forrest had a blinder of a game and was awarded Gaz’s player of the week trophy.

Hydraulink Under 10 Reds took on the much fancied Muswellbrook Blues and came away with the points 28- 16. With confidences high the boys took control with the human wrecking ball Rhegan Grace bagging two tries in man of the match performance. Cooper Burgess and Oliver Paynter crossed the white line for one each and Kade Crebert scoring a pearler off a Jesse burley cross field kick. Archie Duhring is growing with confidence and Owen Evans showed courage playing the whole game injured but would not let the boys play short.

It was back to winning ways for the Valley Hydraulic Services Under 11 Red pups on Saturday with a tough trip to Scone to face a resilient Muswellbrook side. The Red pups opened their account with tries to Mason McDougall and “zipzip man” Ethan Starr but were still down 12-10 at halftime. At the start of the second half, Muswellbrook went over for a try making it 18-10. A mighty come back from the Reds saw Will Lambkin, Darby Matthews and in form prop Marcus Johnson bagging tries to bring their team back into contention with successful kicks from Tyson Atton, Max Andrews and Sam Geale saw Singleton get out of jail with a hard fought 26-18 victory to continue their surge towards the finals.

Automotive Services Under 12 Division 2 played Aberdeen in Singleton and started off strong surprising Aberdeen with a quick try to Jack O’Neill. Aberdeen soon followed with a converted try, leading the game 6-4 at halftime. Second half Singleton was hopeful however but Aberdeen came out firing scoring four tries. The boys should be proud as the final score 26-4 did not reflect the game they had. Strong defence games were had by Reece Bowles, Alex Burri and Jake Snowden (this boy can run) Brock Jurkans played well in fullback and Liam Frazer, Oskar Roberts and Zane Knight put up a gutsy effort. Always showing consistency was Connor Godley, Clancy Sweedman and Sam Merrick. I’m sure they will all be back next season bigger and better. A big thanks to Georgie, Bowlsey and Mark, you guys rock.

The Valley Hydraulic Services Under 13 Division 1 side travelled to Greta on Saturday for their final match round against the Colts. Everything was riding on this game as this was the decider for the last spot available in the semis. Their defence and attack was magnificent but a few questionable calls from the ref left the boys wondering what was going on. Instead of dropping their heads they showed what a truly remarkable bunch of young men they are and played great football right to the last minute. Coaches Deaves and Trees were impressed with the display of team unison and the show of skills that they had instilled in the boys this season, even though we went down five tries to three. Thanks everyone for a great season.

Entire Concrete Under 16 Division 1 took on Greta/Branxton in the local derby. The boys tried their guts out but as has been the story of the season, but found themselves down 26-6 at the break with a try to Nic Johnson, converted by Isaac Andrews. The second half didn’t start too well with two early tries to Greta, but they dug deep, Koby Whalan went over and right on the bell PJ Ling picked up a loose ball and sprinted 60m to score. As a sign of mateship, the boys decided to give Jack Worcester a kick to convert, with the ball end on end he toe poked it over in the wobbliest kick seen on Cook Park. We drew the second half 10 all, but hey last try wins. We will get a chance in the future to play the Colts but as U18s in senior league. Thanks for the season guys, you all represented your club with pride in a fierce competition, hope to see everyone stick to it.

Cook Park: Under 12s Division 1 9am: Singleton v Scone, Under 13s Division 5 9:50am: Singleton v West Newcastle, Under 14s Division 5 10:50am: Singleton v Macquarie, Under 14s Division 2 11:50am Singleton v Thornton/Beresfield

Learmonth Park: 2014 Under 15s Division 1 12:10pm South Newcastle v Singleton.


9am U6 Singleton White vs Scone Blue, 9.40am U7 Denman White vs Singleton White, 10:30am U7 Merriwa vs Singleton Red, U6 Singleton Red vs Scone White, 11:20am: U8 Muswellbrook Gold vs Singleton Red, U9 Denman White vs Singleton Red, 12:10pm: U8 Singleton Black vs Singleton White, 1pm: U9 Singleton Black vs Aberdeen

International/ Mod Field

9:50am U10 Singleton White vs Singleton Red, 11:30am U11 Denman vs Singleton White, 1:10 pm: U11 Singleton Red vs Merriwa.

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Release of new regime for allocating coal resources

24/04/2020 // by admin

The State Government has moved to establish a new system for exploring and allocating coal resources.
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It signature initiative has been the appointment of a former senior state bureaucrat Percy Allan as the independent chair of its newly created Coal Exploration Steering Group (CESG).

Further initiatives announced by the government on Wednesday include the release of the Strategic Statement on Coal and the start of consultation on the Interim Guidelines for the Allocation of Coal Resources.

All these moves follow on from recommendations made in October last year by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) calling for more transparency in the allocation of coal resources.

The report ‘Reducing the opportunities and incentives for corruptions in the State’s management of coal resources’ made 26 recommendations all designed to prevent the kind of corruption ICAC had discovered in its Operations Jasper (Mount Penny and Glendonbrook ) and Acacia (Doyles Creek).

The then ICAC Commissioner David Ipp said “The corrupt behaviour exposed in operations Jasper and Acacia did not occur as the result of a small loophole that was cleverly exploited.”

“Rather, the perverse incentives and opportunities that are embedded in the existing coal allocation system have the capacity to distort the decision making process on what and when coal deposits should be released, as well as the pathway that an allocation process will follow.”

Minister for Resources and Energy Anthony Roberts said the government was taking these actions to address the Independent Commission Against Corruption’s (ICAC) recommendations in its report ‘Reducing the opportunities and incentives for corruption in the State’s management of coal resources’.

“Mr Allan will bring a wealth of senior public sector administration experience to his role as Chair of the CESG, which will guide evidence based and transparent coal allocation processes,” Mr Roberts said.

“The CESG has been established to help improve the quality and transparency of the processes used to allocate coal exploration licences and will be an integral part in the new coal allocation decision making process.

“To provide expert and cross government agency advice and support to Mr Allan, and to ensure the best outcomes for the State, executive representatives from a number of government agencies will form the members of the CESG. This includes NSW Trade & Investment, the Department of Planning and Environment, Treasury and Department of Premier and Cabinet.

“This initiative will be complemented by the release of the Strategic Statement on NSW Coal – a vital guide to the Government’s objectives for the growth and performance of the NSW coal sector to benefit residents of NSW.

“Coal has always been critical to the NSW economy, providing a reliable energy resource and low cost fuel supplies for families and businesses. “80 per cent of the State’s electricity comes from coal. The availability of this resource has helped keep input costs down for key business sectors such as steel, construction and heavy manufacturing.

“Growth in the coal industry must be environmentally sustainable and strike the right balance with other industries, landholders and communities, while also being safe for workers using best practice standards and leading technologies.

“Now that the CESG has been established, the NSW Government will commence consultation on the Interim Guidelines for the Allocation of Coal Resources.”

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Esperance letters: Representation, not just revenue raising

24/04/2020 // by admin

Darren Kennedy
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IT would appear that our elected members are currently more focused on revenue raising than representation as the method by which all fiscal and asset management issues will be resolved.

I witnessed this recently whilst trying to represent the interests of a small group of families involved in the Esperance Junior Swimming Club and it seems that the “talk to the hand” approach is now the engrained modus operandi.

Community consultation, negotiation, logic and equitability have seemingly gone out the window.

The risk to council now is that for some families, swim club will simply become an unaffordable pursuit and that in time swim club will cease to exist.

I think that this is a shame particularly in a coastal community where drowning is so prevalent and where historically many of our valued volunteer surf lifesaving members have and are currently involved.

In the scheme of things the issue confronting the swim club is a small matter of $1500 in additional revenue that council has seen fit to impose on the club for “exclusive” use of lanes in off peak times when no one else is generally using the pool.

This $1500 will clearly go a long way towards eradicating the approximately $1 million operating deficit of the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre.

What council couldn’t seem to grasp which was of primary concern, given that they are representing us all on much bigger issues, was that the loss of two families from swim club paying an annual family membership would negate any gain from the additional lane hire.

If council’s fiscal situation has deteriorated to this extent then I would be happy to donate the $1500 per annum rather than have an inequitable and illogical fee imposed on the very customer base that in a commercial sense would generally receive a loyalty bonus as an incentive as opposed to being slapped with a disincentive tax.

An alternative positive approach available to council would be to partner with BOILC user groups such as the swim club to promote centre utilisation.

This would secure revenue streams now and into the future.

Progressive local governments on our door step such as Kalgoorlie have been adopting this representation and partnering approach.

To assist council understand the alternatives available I provided council with a copy of a Memorandum of Understanding that the Kalgoorlie Swim Club has with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

Perhaps given the recent spike in complaints from other community groups facing similar issues I shouldn’t have been surprised when it became apparent that council had no interest in pursuing an arrangement like this as it was far easier to simply whack on a tax to existing users. I couldn’t help but feel as though the efforts of a small band of volunteers trying to keep swimming as a junior sport alive were being taken a little for granted.

I wish council well with their many challenges ahead and suspect that my little beef (some will say self-interest) will pale into insignificance once ratepayers start receiving their rate notices shortly.

However I might be again surprised because as a community (me included) we have typically been fairly complacent and less than demanding on our elected members at all levels of government.

Perhaps one day and to use the words of the great Martin Luther King, “I have a dream”.

That dream is that Esperance will continue to grow into the future and that cost of living pressures will not be an inhibitor to this growth.

My dream includes elected members fighting tooth and nail for the interests of all locals particularly with respect to receiving fair and reasonable contributions from state and federal government for facilities and services which we should expect to receive but given our remoteness and population base may simply be uneconomic to do so from our limited rate base.

This would be a great segue into waste management but this will have to wait for another day.

What do you think? Send your feedback to [email protected]南京夜网.au

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Golf Report

24/04/2020 // by admin

Last Saturday we had 18 starters in a Monthly Medal sponsored by Geoff Swane.
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The winner of A Grade was Steve Gillette with a 69 nett and the B Grade was Chris Harding with 67 nett.

Ball winners were Bill Burke with a 70, Greg Kearines 70, Bob Richardson 72 and Vince Ferrari 72.

Nearest to the pin ninth Bill Burke and 10th Bryce Crawford.

On Sunday we had 29 starters in a 4B Aggregate sponsored by Mal and Tracy McIntyre.

Mal Fraser and Bob Culhane had 76 points to beat Col Shepherdson and Dudley Alcorn with 72 points.

In the mixed Steve and Jenny Ward combined to have 75 points from Chris and Dale Harding with 72 points. Ball winners Peter and Vicki Gainsford 72 and Jack Burgess and Bill Burke 67 points. Nearest to the pin ninth Mal Fraser and Vicki Gainsford 10th Tracy McIntyre and Chris Harding.

Tomorrow we have a change of event. The three-person ambrose for McPherson Auto has been moved until August 30, so tomorrow we will have a 4BBB sponsored by the club and Sunday a 4BBB sponsored by Mal and Sue Richardson.

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Farewell little Joey

24/04/2020 // by admin

Superintendent Michael Robinson
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POST mortem results hold the key for police investigating the death of a three-year-old boy who died on Wednesday night after suffering serious injuries in a fall at Oberon on Sunday.

Chifley local area command Superintendent Michael Robinson (pictured) addressed local media yesterday to confirm Joey Woodcock had died at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead about 9pm on Wednesday.

Homicide police have now joined local detectives to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death.

Yesterday, police established a Strike Force Aldyth, comprising of homicide police from the State Crime Command and Chifley detectives, to investigate Joey’s death.

Officers are now waiting on post mortem results to determine the exact nature of Joey’s injuries and the cause of death.

The tragedy unfolded on Sunday afternoon when Joey was with his mother and stepfather on the soccer fields in Cunynghame Street, Oberon.

The child’s mother and stepfather told police they were walking along the soccer fields when the toddler was knocked down and struck his head after he became tangled in the leads of the family’s two dogs.

Superintendent Robinson said investigations into the tragedy were continuing.

“We will know more when the post mortem results come back,” he said.

Supt Robinson said police are still appealing for information. Anyone with information relating to the incident can contact Bathurst detectives on 63328699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Come and try Junior League

24/04/2020 // by admin

On Saturday, August 16 Guyra is hosting Tingha at the Sporting Complex.
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Anyone who is turning 5 to 8 years old and is thinking of playing Junior League is invited to have a game against those who have been playing this year.

So, if you have a boy or girl who is thinking about playing footy next year, come up and have a test run.

There will be qualified coaches, referees, first aiders and officials present to make sure everything runs smoothly.

All new players who come and have a run will receive something for coming and having a go.

Anyone wanting more information can ring Jason Rolff on 0428 674 155 or Jason Campbell on 0428 763 688.

Under 8s

Last Saturday, August 2 a squad of 8’s went to Moree on the hardest road trip all year.

Moree started better, scoring the first try to lead 4-0, but that was where it finished for Moree with Guyra taking control and taking the game 40-4.

Try scorers were: Oscar Atkin, Harrison Dowden, Brodi Campbell, Ty Mulligan, Gane Hargutt, Riley Campbell and Ellie Mitchell.

However, it wasn’t the try scoring that stood out, the team displayed some brilliant bruising defence that had the junior Moree team looking.

Next week we play at home against Inverell West.

Under 10s

Guyra has so far managed to keep their form, with the older boys making good headway into the Moore defence and the team working well together to keep Moore scoreless.

Thank you to the under 8s that filled in for missing players, Archie, Riley, Oscar and Ty.

It was a solid performance from the Guyra team which looks promising as we head towards the end of season and finals. With two games left of the season, Guyra find themselves on top of the ladder, a commanding position to be in. Keep up the good work boys and I’m sure we’ll see you excel in the finals.

Full time score 36-0. Tries scored: Jake 3, Billy 4 and Alistair 1.

Points this week: Billy Youman 3, Jake Cook 2, Sean Black 1 and Ryan Jones 1.

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Smyth helps Wallaroos beat Wales

24/04/2020 // by admin

The Wallaroos have made it back-to-back wins in the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup after defeating Wales 25-3 on Wednesday morning (AEST) in Paris.
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Narromine’s Rebecca Smyth is in Paris representing the shire and the country.

The brutal encounter between the two sides saw the Wallaroos maintain their clean sheet defensively, as no try has been scored against the Australians in 160 minutes of rugby.

The real test for the Wallaroos will come on Sunday (4.45am AEST) when the Wallaroos play the Women’s Six Nations Champions, France.

Bec Smyth at training. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

Wallaroos’ head coach, Paul Verrell was satisfied with the performance of his charges.

“We did really well defensively throughout that match,” he said.

“Wales were really aggressive at the breakdown and we had to work hard to maintain our possession.

“I was impressed with our backs creating attacking opportunities, however I feel that we are yet to reach our full attacking potential in this World Cup-which is an exciting prospect.

“Taking on and winning against France is our next challenge and one we are very much looking forward to.”

Australia started the match well putting pressure on Wales from the kick-off, as Wales lost possession almost immediately after a strong Australian start.

Australia knew early they would have a battle with the Welsh scrum competing strongly with Australia’s. However the Wallaroos maintained possession and were able to take a 3-0 lead through the boot of Ashleigh Hewson.

A daring run from scrumhalf by Nita Maynard placed Australia in an excellent attacking position in the 14th minute of the match.

The Wallaroos continued to place pressure on the Welsh defence until Sharni Williams ran an excellent line off the pass of flyhalf, Tui Ormsby to score a well-executed try.

Australia’s lead extended to 10-0 after Hewson made the easy conversion.

An excellent Welsh scrum put pressure on the Wallaroos set piece, however some excellent defence from the Wallaroos pushed back the brief push by the women in red into the Australian defensive zone.

It wasn’t long until Australia’s classy backs were able to shine again with Cobie-Jane Morgan sending a wide pass to the flying Tricia Brown who scored in the corner. Hewson’s conversion meant Australia’s lead extended to 17-0.

The score would remain at 17-0 at half-time despite Australia attacking Wales through themiddle of the field for several phases.

The start of the second half saw an increase in pace for both sides as each team traded possession frequently, however it was Wales that dominated possession and territory.

The defence of the Wallaroos continued to hold out Wales and eventually the Australian forwards were able to regain possession and put the women in gold in an attacking position.

The Wallaroos backs once again displayed their attacking flair with the combination of Tui Ormsby and Australian Seven’s star, Cobie-Jane Morgan combining at pace to put Tricia Brown over for the Wallaroos’ third try and extended Australia’s lead to 22-0.

Wales’ efforts at the set piece did not go unrewarded and centre Robyn Wilkins converted a penalty to give the Welsh their first points of the match.

In what was often a fierce contest, Wales were unable to match Australia’s intensity at the breakdown which led to some frustrations for the Welsh defenders.

Australia continued to attack Wales’ line but the Welsh defence countered the fast Wallaroos’ attack with solid defence.

Australia 25 tries; Sharni Williams, Tricia Brown 2 cons; Ashleigh Hewson 2 pens Ashleigh Hewson 2; defeated Wales 3 pens; Robyn Wilkins

Send your congratulations and well wishes for the next game to Bec by commenting below.

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Skin cancer experts in Nowra today

24/04/2020 // by admin

SKIN cancer will be the focus of a public hearing of the House of Representatives Health Committee in Nowra on Friday.
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The hearing, part of a public consultation into skin cancer in Australia, will take place at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre from 9am to 12.45pm.

Member for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis encouraged residents to attend.

“As a Member of the Standing Committee on Health when I heard the committee was thinking of hitting the road to talk with communities about skin cancer, I immediately suggested Nowra,” Mrs Sudmalis said.

“I recommended they visit the Shoalhaven due to our ageing population and substantial local experience with treating skin cancers in regional areas.

“Representatives of local cancer support groups, researchers in medical science, and a range of GPs and specialist doctors have all been invited along to speak to the committee about their experiences.”

The hearing will also feature Andrew Rust, who recently completed the 900 kilometre walk from Sydney to Melbourne to raise awareness about melanoma.

The hearing will also be live-streamed at

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Properties worth a look this weekend

24/04/2020 // by admin

This block of three residential apartments in Wollongong’s Denison Street will go to auction later this month.Property WatchA block of three residential apartments in Wollongong’s Denison Street is on the market.
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The units at 26 Denison Street are being sold in one line, as a Torrens titled complex of two two-bedroom units and one five-bedroom apartment.

The solid and well-constructed block of 1960s flats, close to the train station and CBD, are listed with David Geary of MMJ Real Estate – Wollongong.

Mr Geary said both the two-bedroom apartments featured renovated decor, including a stylish kitchen, bathroom and high ceilings as well as their own lock-up garage or car space.

The top-floor apartment was the size of most spacious homes and was neat and in original condition, he said.

All apartments were up to rental standard and had the potential for solid rental return.

Mr Geary said the block of flats had been owned as a family long-term investment for many years.

The block is open for inspection Saturday from 12.30pm to 1.15pm.

It will go to auction on Saturday, August 30, at 2pm, at the Wollongong Golf Club. The bidders’ guide is $980,000.

Beachside blocks

The views from the new Bombo Beach Estate, stage one, which is now on the market selling through Raine&Horne Kiama.

Stage one of Bombo Beach Estate is now selling. Raine&Horne Kiama director Steve Pryor, who is selling the land, said it marked Kiama’s first major seaside land subdivision in 25 years.

There are 12 beachside building blocks with a choice of level to sloping home sites. The fully serviced residential blocks offered some of Kiama’s best beach, surf, ocean and coastal views. Priced from $600,000, they would suit a new home or duplex sites, subject to council approval.

For entertainers

The architecturally designed home at 32Lilly Pilly Way, Kiama, is a light-filled home with high-end finishes.

A four-bedroom executive-style family home at Kiama will go to auction later this month with a price guide of more than $750,000.

The architecturally designed home at 32 Lilly Pilly Way is a light-filled residence with high-end finishes.

Listed with Christian Zeidler and Kobi Ruzzene, of One Agency Zeidler Waller – Wollongong, it has a large entertainer’s kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, Smeg appliances and an oversized walk-in pantry. It has north-facing living areas with covered outdoor alfresco area, surround sound in kitchen, family room and alfresco areas, media room and parents’ retreat with gas log fireplaces, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, and polished hardwood floors. Set on 672 square metres, it is five years old and is still covered by home warranty insurance.

It is open Saturday from 1-1.30pm and will go to auction on Saturday, August 30, at 1.30pm.

Relaxed lifestyle

A four-bedroom Dapto home, close to schools, shops and transport, is on the market for offers above $385,000.

The home at 45 Kundle Street, set on a 556-square-metre block, has dual living areas, refurbished kitchen and combined dining area.

Listed with Leanne Brailey, of Brailey First National – Wollongong, the home has a single carport with the added allowance for extra parking space. Three of the four bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.

Ms Brailey said the property was excellent for investors or owner/occupier seeking a relaxed lifestyle.

It will be open for inspection Saturday from 10.30am to 11am.

Prime land

A unique Farmborough Heights property, which has been owned by the one family for more than 50 years, is up for sale.

The property at Lot 101 Farmborough Road is a city farm with development potential, according to Marta Amann from Colliers International – Wollongong who is selling the property.

Ms Amann said it featured an original four-bedroom home with double garage set on 18.5 hectares of prime land.

She said the property was part of the Farmborough Heights to Mt Kembla strategic planning study and may be developable should the current plan be gazetted.

There was potential for 25 blocks subject to council approval, she said.

The property is open for inspection Saturday from 11am to noon. It will go to auction on Saturday, September 13, at 10am.

Worth a lookA three-bedroom Albion Park house for $399,000-plus through Peter TarantoA five-bedroom Woonona house for $670,000-plus through McGrath Estate AgentsA two-bedroom Coniston unit for $260,000 through Raine & HorneA three-bedroom Mangerton townhouse for $410,000 through Jackson ResidentialA four-bedroom Wollongong apartment for auction through Belle PropertyFull Domain guide

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