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  • My mum can grow mandarins, oranges, lemons etc in wollongong, it is just abit too humid sometimes.

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  • Urgh. I have to get up at like 6: 45am tomorrow because I have to be at Abi's for 8: 15. we r going to uni wollongong to check it out. she made the apptfor 11am. but then she also made an appt at her dress makers for 9am at narallen meaning i have to get to hers at 8: 15 instead of like 9: 30.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Jamie the dragonhater of wollongong mat of wollongong...dragons a real joint venture - get serious you fool.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • St Choke is there name only won one cause of Bennett otherwise still none nd if your saying tigers Choke the vine must hav grown along way kogarah/wollongong hahajust fithy you want him nd he doesnt want to go there lmfao

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  • More of this please Malcolm. sangela of wollongong 5: 09pm today

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  • Some i know but these i do not know. loranne m bathurst, michelle bathurst, michelle mungindi, deb wollongong, shane kograh, kim engadine

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

  • If its good enough for you Sam, its good enough for me, if I was as thin skined and narrow minded as you that is! teejay | wollongong - October 27, 2009, 11: 46AM

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  • rmit or uow (uni of wollongong) for biz courses - marketing hi, not sure which is more reputable in terms of biz in both institutes. appreciate if those who have some knowledge of any institute, pls come forward to share / analyze or give some comment abt both uni?

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  • Presumably more people in my town holiday in Wollongong than in Wooloomooloo, and so the latter does not need a nickname. *shrug*

    April 16, 2008

  • Name not my nemesis! That particular tennis player was the bane of my existence from kindergarten until third class.

    I had quite forgotten about her nickname, which seems to have been completely taken over by the city, with such elegant coinings as the "Sydney to the Gong" charity bike ride.

    April 16, 2008

  • Cute, pleth. Not to be confused with Wooloomooloo?

    April 16, 2008

  • In my little part of NSW Wollongong is known as "Woolly".

    April 16, 2008

  • Apparently Evonne Cawley nee Goolagong was referred to affectionately as 'the Gong'.

    April 16, 2008

  • Pronounced: woollen-gong
    Can also be referred to as "the gong"
    Lovely place, on the coast south of Sydney. Good university.

    April 16, 2008