New Year's Eve celebrations in Wollongong to celebrate the past and the future

Greg Ellis
Updated December 1 2016 - 6:56pm, first published 2:00pm
New Year's Eve launch: Steve Wisby, Shadi Hajj, Kane Baker, NSW Police chief inspector Mark Walker, NSW Ambulance paramedic Norm Rees and Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbury at Wollongong Harbour. Pic Sylvia Liber
New Year's Eve launch: Steve Wisby, Shadi Hajj, Kane Baker, NSW Police chief inspector Mark Walker, NSW Ambulance paramedic Norm Rees and Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbury at Wollongong Harbour. Pic Sylvia Liber

The region’s history and the indigenous community and culture will be recognised and celebrated as part of New Year’s Eve celebrations on the Wollongong foreshore from 5pm on December 31.

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Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis

Business Editor

Almost four decades in electronic, print and digital media. A writer, presenter, emcee, photographer and videographer with degrees in business management, marketing and human resources and tertiary qualifications in photography.

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