Briannah Devlin, Illawarra Mercury

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Illawarra Mercury

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Recent articles by Briannah:

Watch: Erin Reedie makes fairy dreams come true with Piccolo the pony

From the moment Erin Reedie grabbed her teddy bears and put on plays for classmates instead of doing maths in primary school, she knew it was something she wanted to do for a living. → Read More

Gumnut Patisserie named best Neenish tart maker in Wotif's Uniquely Aussie Awards

Gumnut Patisserie's was named the winner of Wotif's Uniquely Aussie Awards in the Neenish Tart category. → Read More

The Traitors' first traitor Angus wants to come back to the Robertson Hotel

When Angus stepped into the Robertson Hotel for The Traitors, he hoped he would be chosen to deceive. → Read More

More than 75,000 tulips on show for Southern Highlands festival Tulip Time

Tulip Time is officially off and running in the Southern Highlands with more than 75,000 tulips and 15,000 annuals planted for the festival in the Corbett Gardens. → Read More

Joadja Distillery reflects on their Highland Gin deemed fit for a queen

I like to write about arts, entertainment, any local reality tv leads, and property for the Southern Highland News and Goulburn Post, but also report on everything in between. If you have any tips, please send them to Briannah.Devlin@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0439142204. → Read More

Joadja Distillery reflects on their Highland Gin deemed fit for Queen Elizabeth II

I like to write about arts, entertainment, any local reality tv leads, and property for the Southern Highland News and Goulburn Post, but also report on everything in between. If you have any tips, please send them to Briannah.Devlin@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0439142204. → Read More

Gardening expert Charlie Albone is the subject of the Bowral District Art Society fundraiser

An award-winning landscape architect is going to sit for a series of portraits for a popular fundraiser. → Read More

Julia Zaetta wants creatives to think big with Hessians on the Field at the Robertson Potato Festival

Creatives of all ages will be fashioning hessian into garments for a unique competition, and the possibilities for... → Read More

Tobruk survivor Ernie Walker OAM his celebrates 106th birthday

Ernie Walker OAM has learned many lessons in 106 years, but said one of the most important was... → Read More

The Robertson Potato Festival is family friendly with live music, cooking demonstrations and sack races

The Robertson Potato Festival is family friendly with live music, cooking demonstrations and sack races. → Read More

Art For Floods puts the impacts of the floods at the front of people's minds

When Andrea Hamann and Kate Pittas did a call out to artists to come together to raise funds... → Read More

Kalinya Estate hosts the iconic MAFS couples' retreat once again

One estate opened its doors, had the fire pits ready and pulled out all of the stops to welcome eight television couples to a romantic and relaxing vacation. → Read More

Love conquers all: Covid-19 did not stop a couple's 'perfect' wedding in the Highlands

Everything fell into place for a couple who had their wedding in the Highlands last weekend. → Read More

Shellharbour beat Highlands in under 13s round

Despite being outplayed by the Shellharbour Swans Red u13s, the Southern Highlands Hawks can still hold their heads up high. → Read More

Woonona's new community garden brings joy and food to all

For the past four years, a group of gardeners have had the vision of opening a community garden for Woonona. After discovering a plot at Dapto, and thinking i... → Read More

New IGA opens its doors in Shellharbour Village

If you're in Shellharbour today, you can head down to the newest IGA supermarket on 25 Addison Street. The store has been in the works since July last year, a... → Read More

Glam up for special Mardi Gras viewing party at The Illawarra Hotel

The Illawarra Hotel publican Ryan Aitchison is excited that the venue will be hosting a special Mardi Gras viewing party. Picture: Anna Warr Sydney's iconic Mardi Gras parade might be looking different this year, but you can still dress up for a night of fabulous fun at The Illawarra Hotel's viewing party. → Read More

Glam up for special Mardi Gras viewing party at The Illawarra Hotel

The Illawarra Hotel publican Ryan Aitchison is excited that the venue will be hosting a special Mardi Gras viewing party. Picture: Anna Warr Sydney's iconic Mardi Gras parade might be looking different this year, but you can still dress up for a night of fabulous fun at The Illawarra Hotel's viewing party. → Read More

Glam up for special Mardi Gras viewing party at The Illawarra Hotel

The Illawarra Hotel publican Ryan Aitchison is excited that the venue will be hosting a special Mardi Gras viewing party. Picture: Anna Warr Sydney's iconic Mardi Gras parade might be looking different this year, but you can still dress up for a night of fabulous fun at The Illawarra Hotel's viewing party. → Read More

Shellharbour woman is making waves in the 'empowering' Women's Mentoring Program

In this year's program, 21 mentees have been selected across five states, and will each have their own mentor. → Read More