Greg Ellis

Business Editor

More than three decades in electronic, print and digital media. A writer, presenter, photographer and videographer with tertiary qualifications in business management, marketing and human resources.

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Women in research celebrated

Women in research celebrated

The Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute is encouraging women working in health and medical research.

Zonta thanks young women

Zonta thanks young women

Kiama High School year 12 student Grace Allen is the winner of the Zonta Club of Wollongong’s annual Young Woman in Public Affairs Award.

IHMRI female research awards

IHMRI female research awards

The Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI) used International Women’s Day to reward women in health and medical research.

Gong is King for Dr Karl

Gong is King for Dr Karl

Dr Karl took Greg Ellis on a journey through time and space back to growing up in Wollongong. He recalled memories such as watching Mount Keira completely go up in flames in 1968.

Hundreds take part in Melanoma March in Wollongong: photos

Hundreds take part in Melanoma March in Wollongong: photos

When Millie Freckelton, 26, was diagnosed with Stage 4 melanoma just days before Christmas she did not think there was much hope of survival. But Melanoma Institute Australia is giving her a much greater chance.

Karl is the aerobatic postie

Karl is the aerobatic postie

During the week Karl Fort is a mild mannered postie delivering mail on his red Honda around local streets. But every weekend when the weather is fine you will see him soaring through the sky over the Illawarra coastline in a white aerobatic flying machine.

Regional Illawarra

Regional Illawarra

Regional or not? The question is being asked by the Illawarra Business Chamber which wants a new clearer definition for state and federal funding and infrastructure priorities that recognises the value of regional economic centres such as Wollongong and Shellharbour.

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