Zaina A. Sayeda, Illawarra Mercury

Zaina A. Sayeda

Illawarra Mercury

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Recent articles by Zaina:

Hundreds of pooches compete in Wollongong and District Kennel Club's annual dog show

Wollongong and District Kennel Club's "Take me to the Beach" show hosted fabulous floofs from not just the... → Read More

See 'endless' queue for Fairy Meadow's Guzman y Gomez on opening day

The traffic was significantly affected throughout the day → Read More

Watch: video of the 'endless' queue for Fairy Meadow's Guzman y Gomez on first day

The traffic was significantly affected throughout the day → Read More

Illawarra cafes improvise amidst hash brown and potato shortage

Illawarra cafes are being forced to 'improvise' amidst hash brown and potato shortage. → Read More

Tarrawanna deli and the Fish and Chips shop ready to handover reins

The Tarrawanna community took to social media to express their shock and sadness on hearing the news. → Read More

Tarrawanna deli and the Fish and Chips shop ready to handover reins

The Tarrawanna community took to social media to express their shock and sadness on hearing the news. → Read More

Bunnings delivery truck rolls on Bulli Pass, spilling huge drums of paint

A truck delivering paint to Bunnings Warehouse stores in the Illawarra lost control while taking on a hairpin turn at Bulli Pass, spilling thousands of litres of paint onto the road. → Read More

Chinese students to make a comeback to UOW campus as China bans online study

A larger than expected number of overseas students will be studying in Wollongong this year following a recent announcement by the Chinese government banning online study. → Read More

From groovy bush dance to walking netball: Here's what's on for Seniors Festival

The NSW Seniors Festival kicking off on February 1 has something in it for everyone. → Read More

Fight to raise awareness about shallow water blackout that killed 12yo Jack

On January 29, it will be ten years since Cordeaux Heights boy Jack MacMillan died while doing a seemingly-harmless breath-hold challenge in his backyard pool. → Read More

Woonona couple welcome Little Lucienne, their Australia Day baby

Australia Day celebrations just got a whole lot grander for a Woonona couple as they welcomed their second baby in the early hours of the big Aussie holiday. → Read More

Illawarra tradie's 67km run to raise awareness about Voice to the Parliament referendum

As discussions about the growing need for a First Nations Voice to the Australian Parliament continue, Daniel Bourke is using his voice for change in the Illawarra - but he's not Indigenous. → Read More

53 years and counting: Illawarra Girl Guides leader receives OAM award

The Cordeaux Heights resident who turns 82 in March, said she's had a fair share of girly adventures. → Read More

Wollongong Lifesaver Shannon Fox's advice this Australia Day

Ms Fox was involved in one of two Australia Day rescues that took place last year. → Read More

Young Citizen of the Year recalls two harrowing rescues last Australia Day

Wollongong's recently named Young Citizen of The Year Shannon Fox has spoken of her concerns about beach safety come Australia Day, after being involved in two critical rescues last year. → Read More

Australia Day 2023 weather forecast for Wollongong

Australia Day celebrations are set to begin on a warm and sunny note but a possible thunderstorm in the afternoon could force Illawarra residents indoors. → Read More

Thunderstorm threat: afternoon showers could force Australia Day festivities indoors

Australia Day celebrations are set to begin on a warm and sunny note but a possible thunderstorm in the afternoon could force Illawarra residents indoors. → Read More

Illawarra SES volunteers take part in largest flood rescue exercise

More than a dozen Illawarra emergency services volunteers jumped aboard boats at Berkeley ramp in the early hours of Saturday, for the state's largest simultaneous flood rescue exercise. → Read More

Wollongong's Lower East Cafe "all smiles" after parking rules update

"There are still some No Stopping times that could use some fine tuning." → Read More

The Illawarra leaders selected for exclusive program

Five Illawarra leaders in the making have been awarded the Leadership Illawarra Program scholarship as the sixth cohort gets prepped to kick off later this month. → Read More