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John Thompson – gone but not forgotten - South Coast Register
THERE was a conspicuous absence on Anzac Day at HMAS Creswell and Huskisson – John Thompson wasn’t there. Mr Thompson, known as Thomo to his many friends, died peacefully aged 94 early this month. Mr Thompson, despite his army service, regularly read ...

Allies show their support for our Diggers - South Coast Register
CROWDS of people lined the streets at the Huskisson Anzac Day service to cheer on past and present veterans. In return, the veterans waved and smiled back in appreciation. Many school children also took the chance to march and attend the service in Voyager ...

Bomaderry marks a 100-year-old legend - South Coast Register
PEOPLE lined the streets from Bomaderry RSL down Bunberra Street and along Meroo Street to Walsh Memorial Park for the 2015 Anzac Day March. Cadets from T.S. Shoalhaven led the march, followed by former military vehicles, local schools and community ...

Veterans welcome in some clubs but not in others - South Coast Register
MID-AFTERNOON Friday, a deep rumble rattles the windows of the South Coast Register as four motorcycles pull up on Kinghorne Street. The riders are members of the South Coast chapter of the Veterans Motorcycle Club and they are on a mission. They want the ...

70-year-old on underage charge - South Coast Register
A 70-YEAR-OLD Sydney man, charged with aggravated sexual assault and the indecent assault of a 14-year-old girl in Berry has appeared in Nowra Local Court. The man, from Warriewood, appeared before Magistrate Terry Murphy in Nowra on Thursday. He was ...

Woman pleads guilty to fraud - South Coast Register
A CALLALA Bay woman, who pleaded guilty to misrepresenting herself as being licenced will be sentenced in Nowra Local Court on May 15. Melinda Jane Bezzina, 47, of Chapman Street, pleaded guilty in the case brought by the NSW Department of Fair Trading, to ...

Man stabbed in Nowra - South Coast Register
A 20-year-old Eden man who was stabbed in the arm while walking in Nowra early on Saturday morning was taken to Shoalhaven Hospital. The man was at the intersection of Clipper Road and Kameruka Crescent when he was attacked by an unknown assailant shortly ...

Gerringong NAPS achieve their dream by claiming Aussie bronze medal - South Coast Register
THE Gerringong NAPS have finished off their successful season in a strong way, claiming third at the recent Australian Surf Life Saving Championships. Having already achieved third at the Australian Surf Rowers League Championships in March, Richard Payne ...

Award makes the day even more special - South Coast Register
THE biggest ever Anzac Day event, hosted by the St Georges Basin Sub-Branch was held at the St Georges Basin memorial on Saturday. Estimates have the crowd twice, if not three times, its normal size. There was a special moment for Sanctuary Point residents ...

Sydney storm: warmer, calmer conditions forecast as coastal areas mop up - South Coast Register
There were snowboarders in Newtown, ice floating down the Parramatta River and snowmen in Rose Bay. As the blankets of hail that fell across Sydney lingered on Sunday morning, the Bureau of Meteorology is predicting warmer and calmer conditions across ...

We owe it to the fallen to always ask whether sending our young to war is the right thing to do - South Coast Register
SATURDAY’S turnout at Anzac services and marches across the Shoalhaven showed beyond a doubt we are community that honours those who have served their country. In record numbers we made our way to dawn services and marches to share our respect for the ...

Maritime museum keeps new name - South Coast Register
JERVIS Bay Maritime Museum will retain its name after a vote to change it back to the Lady Denman Museum was overthrown. Former president of the Lady Denman Museum John Hatton said the name change had confused board members and the community and was done ...

Another sleep-out unlikely - South Coast Register
SLEEP Out Shoalhaven will not be held despite attracting 200 people and raising around $15,000 at last year’s inaugural event. It is another blow for homeless services and people in the Shoalhaven, whose plight was again highlighted this week, with the ...

Tributes for master of the dad joke, cricket tragic and devoted family man - South Coast Register
A DEVOTED family man who loved a yarn, bad jokes and had an extreme passion for cricket was how former 2ST radio broadcaster Murray Peters was remembered at his funeral on Friday. Mr Peters, who had worked at the station for 15 years, passed away on April ...

‘They gave their tomorrows, so we could have our today’ - South Coast Register
HUNDREDS gathered to honour the fallen Diggers, at the 2015 Berry Centenary of Anzac Commemoration Service. Music from the Berry Silver Band echoed around the town as it led the march along Queen Street to rapturous applause from children and adults who ...

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