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MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN TAREE STABBING

A man has been charged with murder over an incident at Taree on the mid north coast, which left one woman dead, and another wounded. The 53-year-old faced court today – police allege he’d breached an AVO. Read More »

FORSTER-TUNCURRY WIN LOWER MNC RUGBY PREMIERSHIP

Manning River must be wondering what it needs to do to win the Lower Mid North Coast Rugby premiership, after losing to Forster-Tuncurry for a second straight year. The home side led by 10 at the break, and continued its domination in the second half, winning 20 points to 10. Read More »

COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT A CONCERN FOR CRESCENT HEAD LOCALS

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A proposal to turn a Crescent Head car park into a hotel has been met with strong opposition from the community. Residents say the development would be “detrimental” to the coastal town. Read More »

SEARCH AREA EXPANDS FOR WILLIAM TYRELL

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Police today expanded the search area for William Tyrell, ¬†focusing on the possibility the three-year-old could have been taken to another area by car. A 20-kilometre radius from where he was last seen was canvassed by officers using trail bikes and four wheel drives. While nothing was found, police remain hopeful of locating young William. Strike Force Rossann continues to investigate every potential lead.   (No Audio) Read More »

POLICE SAY WILLIAM TYRELL COULD NOT SURVIVE 6 DAYS IN BUSH

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Survival experts have told police that if William Tyrell is in bushland at Kendall on the mid north coast, he would no longer be alive. The search for the three-year-old has now been scaled down, six days on from his disappearance. Read More »

HOPE FADES AS SEARCH FOR WILLIAM TYRELL ENTERS SIXTH DAY

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Survival experts have told police that if William Tyrell was in the bush he would no longer be alive. “The experts can not substantiate that survival in the bush would be there at this point and time,” Superintendant Paul Fehon said. It comes after six days of searching for the three-year-old, who disappeared from his grandmother’s house in Kendall, on the mid north coast, on Friday. Volunteer search numbers have decreased significantly over the past few days. Police and SES will continue to canvass a three kilometre radius from where William was last seen, while Strike Force Rosann will follow any potential leads surrounding his disappearance. “We have no indication of whether young William is out in the bush or whether other forms of human intervention are involved.” Read More »

SPECIALIST TASK FORCE ESTABLISHED TO INVESTIGATE WILLIAM TYRELL’S DISAPPEARANCE

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A specialist strike force has now been established to investigate the disappearance of three-year-old William Tyrell at Kendall on the mid north coast. It comes after five days of searching. Read More »

PORT UNITED HOPING TO BREAK 15-YEAR PREMIERSHIP DROUGHT

Port United will go head-to-head with Wallis Lake in this weekend’s Mid North Coast premier league grand final. After a thrilling win against Macleay Valley last week, the side is hoping to break its 15-year premiership drought. Read More »

SEARCH FOR WILLIAM TYRELL CONTINUES INTO FOURTH DAY

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Despite extra resources being brought in from across the state, there’s still no sign of three-year-old William Tyrell, who vanished at Kendall on the mid north coast on Friday. Police say they’re keeping an open mind, and are investigating all possible avenues surrounding his disappearance. Read More »

SECOND WHALE WASHES UP ON MID NORTH COAST

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Another dead whale has been found on the mid north coast. The carcass of the whale was washed onto a rock shelf at Walllabi Point near Old Bar. The male humpback is the second whale to wash ashore, after one was discovered at Old Bar yesterday. Read More »

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