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RSL urging residents to remember true meaning of Anzac Day

RSL urging residents to remember true meaning of Anzac Day



2018-04-16T10:30:01+0000

"Have a drink, have a punt and enjoy yourself, but do so respectively and do so responsibly." #9News | http://9News.com.au

Bathurst RSL is calling on the community to remember the true significance of ANZAC day. A new campaign is urging residents to celebrate responsibly during next week's commemorative events.



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9 minutes ago

NSW Police Force

A man has been charged with drugs and weapons offences after a vehicle stop on the Central Coast.

About 7pm yesterday (Friday 20 April 2018), police were conducting stationary random breath and drug testing on Sparks Road, Hamlyn Terrace, when they observed an Audi try to avoid the site.

Police stopped the car and subjected the driver, a 43-year-old man, to a random breath test and a random drug test.

The drug test came back positive, and the man was placed under arrest.

Police searched the car and allegedly located numerous resealable bags containing the drug ‘ice’.

Police also allegedly located 61.6 grams of amphetamines (speed) 5.8 grams of cocaine, 2.1g of cannabis, and four vials of steroids.

Also allegedly located was over $3000 cash, an extendable baton and several rounds of ammunition.

The man was taken to Wyong Police Station and charged with supply prohibited drug (x3), possess prohibited drug (x2), possess anabolic steroid, possess prohibited weapon without permit, possess ammunition without holding licence, deal with proceeds of crime, drive whilst disqualified, and a revocation of parole warrant was also executed.

He was bail refused to appear at Wyong Local Court today (Saturday 21 April 2018).

Police will await further analysis of the drug test before charges are laid in relation to that offence.
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Christine the secret is out... 🙊

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6 hours ago

NSW Police Force

A teenager has been charged following investigations into a fatal crash near Tamworth earlier this year.

Just before 4.30pm on Saturday 24 February 2018, a southbound Toyota Hilux and a northbound Nissan X-Trail collided on Werris Creek Road at Duri,

The passenger of the X-Trail, a 54-year-old man, died at the scene.

The driver of the Hilux, a 17-year-old boy, and the driver of the X-Trail, a 70-year-old man, were both taken to Tamworth Base Hospital for treatment to non-life threatening injuries.

Police from Oxley Police District attended and have been investigating the crash.

Following inquiries, the Hilux driver, now aged 18, was arrested at Tamworth Police Station today (Friday 20 April 2018).

He was charged with dangerous driving occasioning death; dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm; negligent driving causing death; negligent driving causing grievous bodily harm; and drive with prescribed illicit drug in system.

The Hillvue teen was given bail to appear in a children’s court on 22 May 2018.
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Jovan Jogi Svitlica they named a puppy after you cuz

So many lives changed irreparably. So sad.

Give him life in prison

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6 hours ago

NSW Police Force

Police are on the scene of a fatal crash at Glen Innes.

About 8.30pm today (Friday 20 April 2018), a Holden Colorado was travelling on the Gwydir Highway, about 9km west of Glen Innes, when the vehicle left the road and hit a tree.

Despite the efforts of emergency services the male driver, who was the sole occupant, died at the scene.

The eastbound lane of the Gwydir Highway is currently closed while the scene is examined.

Police will prepare a report for the Coroner.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/ Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our social media pages.
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How old is the male driver please

RIP and Bless your family❤

So sad. Not knowing the circumstances but dont be quick to think they were driving dangerously it takes a quick mistake for an accident even to the best drivers. Sorry for family who has to hear this news.

Andrew Causer

Leigh Eastman

Shelley Muggletonon

Chris Johnson

Jess Burg so sad.

So sad. Sending Love to his familu💙💔💙

May he R.I.P.

Please respect for the family RIP mate

Alisa Hanna

RIP mate,as for Susan Brown I hope you don’t get in cars cause this could happened to you Have some bloody respect

Peter Jensen, Alicia Maree

Amanda Coughlin Heather Orielly

R.I.P. Mate you will be sadly missed

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R.I.P mate. Rest easy buddy.

R.I.P mate you be sadly missed

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Nikara Trotter

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R.I.P

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8 hours ago

Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia

Thanks to #rfdswa line pilot Michael who sent in these great shots of his flight into Kununoppin, a small town in the Wheatbelt region of WA. Michael reports flying weather today was smooth. @ Kununoppin ...

Thanks to #rfdswa line pilot Michael who sent in these great shots of his flight into Kununoppin, a small town in the Wheatbelt region of WA. Michael reports flying weather today was smooth.  @ KununoppinImage attachment

 

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I’ve been flown out of there on that strip. Huge thanks to Peter Geraghty and Dr Radunovich. Legends. 👍👍👍👍

I 'googled' KUNUNOPPIN and got some lovely photographs of buildings etc. - always a trusty source of info!!

That is where, my Youngest Daughter was born back in 1981, Amazing

Great pics

That was today

Gorgeous view😍

Great pictures 😊 ☺

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Robyn Jolly Geraghty

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