Everyone has a story. Listen to the memories of local residents as they recount their experiences of living in the Warrawong region.
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Born in 1940 in a Spanish refugee camp in France, John came to Australia when he was 12. He lived in Victoria for 4 years before moving the Warrawong/Port Kembla area.
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Born in 1930 and 1942, Frances and Mary share their recollections of their father, Joe Cassar who migrated to Australia, from Malta, in
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Born in the 1930s, country girl Noline later moved to the city and then to the Illawarra.
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Nella was born in Port Kembla to Italian immigrants in the early 1960’s.
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Diana worked tirelessly for the Jobs for Women Campaign in Port Kembla in the 1980’s. She is the author of “Najdovska and others – A history of the Wollongong jobs for Women Campaign 1980 – 1994”
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