No pushback on Gong Shuttle funding option

Glen Humphries
Updated July 12 2024 - 11:10am, first published July 11 2024 - 3:03pm
Paul Scully on the Gong Shuttle in 2017 campaigning to keep the service free. Now, despite Labor in power, Wollongong City Council and UOW still have to provide half of the funding. Picture by Sylvia Liber
Paul Scully on the Gong Shuttle in 2017 campaigning to keep the service free. Now, despite Labor in power, Wollongong City Council and UOW still have to provide half of the funding. Picture by Sylvia Liber

Wollongong City Council was resigned to have to fork out 25 per cent of the cost to keep the Gong Shuttle going, according to Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery.

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Glen Humphries

Glen Humphries

Senior journalist

I'm an award-winning senior journalist with the Illawarra Mercury and have well over two decades' worth of experience in newspapers. I cover the three local councils in the Illawarra for the Mercury, state and federal politics, as well as writing for the TV guide. If I'm not writing, I'm reading.

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