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Tough new restrictions revealed - but no ban

Tough new restrictions revealed - but no ban



2018-05-17T00:40:00+0000

The Turnbull government has stopped short of banning live sheep exports following shocking revelations of death and suffering on voyages to the Middle East.

Fewer sheep will be packed onto ships and ventilation standards will be improved.



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21 minutes ago

NSW Police Force

A man has been charged after another man’s skull was fractured at Forster yesterday.

About 12.30pm (Monday 21 May,) a 25-year-old man went to a house in Forster Keys and asked to speak a female occupant.

The occupants of the house, an 18-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman, refused to let the man inside; however, it’s alleged he climbed in through an open window.

The man became involved in an argument with the woman, who is known to him, that escalated into a physical fight.

The two men began to fight when it is further alleged the younger man was hit with as glass implement and had his finger bitten, almost severing it.

The 25-year-old man left the house and was stopped by police in Head Street where he became aggressive towards police. He refused treatment by NSW Ambulance paramedics and was arrested and taken to Port Macquarie Hospital for treatment for his injuries.

While he was being treated at the hospital, it is further alleged he spat at a nurse.

NSW Ambulance paramedics attended the house in Forster Keys and conveyed the younger man to Port Macquarie Hospital, where he is being treated for fractures to his skull and will undergo reconstruction surgery on his hand.

The 25-year-old man was taken to Port Macquarie Police Station and charged with assault (DV), assault, breach of AVO, special aggravated break and enter and malicious wounding.

He was refused bail at Taree Local Court and will be remanded in custody until his next appearance on 17 July 2018.
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Nasty !! Wonder if ice involved.

33 minutes ago

The West Australian

They don’t quite drive themselves but at the rate Caterpillar is developing its kit, it is only a matter of time before they do.
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60 minutes ago

NSW Police Force

A man has died following a crash at Muswellbrook in the state’s Hunter region this morning.

Just before 10.30am (Tuesday 22 May 2018), emergency services attended New England Highway near the intersection of Sandy Creek Road after reports of a serious crash.

A Mazda sedan travelling north on the New England Highway and a horse transport truck travelling south collided.

The driver of the sedan, a 78-year-old local man, died at the scene.

The driver of the truck was not injured. A horse sustained a minor injury.

A crime scene has been established and inquiries and continuing.

A brief will be prepared for the information of the Coroner.

The New England Highway is currently blocked in both directions and local diversions are in place.
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Sad news

Prayers go out to the family

Soo sad now the poor Cops have to tell the shatter family's and friends SLOW DOWN RIP

So sad RIP

2 hours ago

NSW Police Force

A woman has been assaulted during a store robbery in South Tamworth yesterday.

About 5.25pm on Monday (21 May 2018), a woman was working at a convenience store on Hillvue Road, when three men wearing dark-coloured hooded jumpers entered the store.

One of the men approached the woman, and a short struggle ensued, during which the woman was grabbed around the head.

The men took a cash drawer and were last seen heading west on Hillvue Road.

Officers from Oxley Police District attended and established a crime scene.

An extensive search of the area was conducted by police, with assistance from the Dog Unit; however, the males have not been found.

The woman was taken to Tamworth Base Hospital with minor injuries.

As inquiries into the incident continue, police would like to speak with anyone who may have information.

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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And if we had concealed carry laws and people could own firearms and train with them and be educated on the laws behind firearms many of these issues wouldn’t be a problem

And if they got the guns from people it would end up with someone being hurt. Or killed

Josie Consta

Gai Jaidee please be careful cuz.

2 hours ago

NSW Police Force

A man has been extradited from Western Australia over an outstanding warrant in relation to an alleged aggravated indecent assault.

Police will allege that on Monday 1 January 2018, the 34-year-old man indecently assaulted a 12-year-old girl who was on a train with members of her family heading from Central Railway Station to Granville.

Following an investigation, police issued an arrest warrant for the man and he was arrested in Perth on Saturday 24 March 2018.

He was extradited on the same day to NSW where he was charged with aggravated indecent assault.

He appeared at Paramatta District Court on Friday 17 May 2018 and was refused bail.

He is due to reappear on Thursday 28 June 2018.
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I hear a lot about indecent assault, but is there such a thing as a decent assault? Anyway I'm glad he's caught. Fancy doing that near her family.

Bloody dog....

Give that rock spider 30 years plus 30 more for thinking he could get away with it, hope he cops it .. hard

2 hours ago

NSW Police Force

A person has died after a car crashed off the Pacific Highway and caught fire this morning, south of Grafton.

Emergency services were called to Glenugie, 10km south of Grafton, shortly before 9.30am today (Tuesday 22 May 2018), after a southbound hatchback ran off the highway and hit a tree.

The driver – and sole occupant – was trapped within the vehicle, which then caught fire.

Passers-by were unable to free the driver before the car was destroyed.

While the Pacific Highway remains open, traffic may be disrupted while crime scene officers examine the scene.

The identity of the driver is unknown.

Police have spoken with several motorists at the scene but are keen to hear from anyone with information or dashcam vision.

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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Sad news

How terrible.

Sad news ):

Soo sad know the poor Cops have to go and shatter some poor family life as well then there turn to tell others SLOW DOWN

RIP

2 hours ago

NSW Police Force

The driver of a garbage truck has been charged following the death of a man at Redfern yesterday.

Police will allege a 35-year-old man was driving a garbage truck along Bourke Lane about 8am (Monday 21 May 2018), when he drove onto the footpath, running over a man who was sleeping on a mattress outside the front of a home.

The driver stopped and called for emergency assistance; however, the 31-year-old man died at the scene.

The driver was taken to Sydney Eye Hospital for mandatory testing before being taken to Redfern Police Station where he was charged with dangerous driving occasioning death, and negligent driving occasioning death.

His licence has been suspended and confiscated.

The man, from Rockdale, was granted bail to appear in Downing Centre Local Court on Monday 18 June 2018.
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That so unfair he was just trying to do his job

That is so horrible. That poor man sleeping on the street. Housing affordability and availability in Sydney is at disgustingly low levels. I feel horrible for the driver too. But what was he doing driving onto the footpath?

I'll just sleep in the middle of the highway then and when I get hit I'll blame everyone else.

Brenton jesus

Y he take Sydney eye hospital

Just because a guy is sleeping on a footpath does not mean he can lawfully be run over by someone "just doing their job" Police likely would not brought charges if it was a simple unavoidable accident. Looks like the driver was possibly reckless?

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Alex Sarıkaya

Carlos Porras

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Brad Carter

Sounds like he did it on purpose, he had no reason for driving on a footpath, very sad 😢 poor homeless guy didn’t have a chance!!

I am occasioning laughter on this one. That's what happens when the old three tier government systems gets privatised. Notice how the police part of it all still works ok. Less State Gov Replenish Federal & Local govs

Think this says more about the city's homelessness problems than a debate by people who weren't there at the time to say if it was reckless or not.

If every rich person in aus bought a block of units to house the homeless there wouldnt be any homeless and this poor man would still be alive, rest in peace you're in a much better place now

What a sad story for everyone involved

Ben Hollebon Mason Damper Charlie Toll Lachie Birt @ Canberra

Liz Pearson

did he see this person

R.I.P Mathew

How about think of the victims and forget the political crap for the this story

I feel sorry for the driver here! It would have been hard to notice or see the homeless person! There are so many others that contributed to this accident in some small way! There are some saying that the homeless should have some housing, well there is! If you talk to some of these people they choose to live on the street as it’s safer than living in the shelters!

Victor Pan

Simpson Thien Le

Sad story all round

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2 hours ago

The West Australian

Watch this tunnel boring machine break through the new station wall at Perth Airport.
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Wow... This is amazing

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