"He said he knew he was going to get caught. It was only a matter of time. He said he knew he would get out eventually and he said he would be coming back for me."
These were the words of a victim of the so-called Bulli rapist speaking for the first time of her horrifying ordeal to the Illawarra Mercury.
It was a challenging, but important read as told by our deputy editor Cyd Mardon.
As well as exclusive news like this, we endeavour to bring readers a wide range of interesting stories which cover a spectrum of different emotions.
Variety, after all, is the spice of life.
The story about a local mum and her battle to have a birth of her choosing at the Wollongong hospital was another story which gathered a lot of reader reaction this week.
As too did a story about the city's new Korean barbecue restaurant and any story mentioning embattled Dragons coach Paul McGregor has been a hotbed of discussion.
Yet a story which captured a huge interest this week was our story about the stars and crew in our region filming Universal Pictures' The Invisble Man.
We hope you've enjoyed reading them as much as we've enjoyed bringing them to you.