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FAMILY IN MOURNING CALLS FOR CHANGES TO LAWS

Relatives of a woman who died after a high-speed crash at Charlestown have joined calls for the law to be changed, to recognise unborn babies.

They say the Charlestown crash claimed TWO lives, not one, as 32-year-old Kiera Forster was 18 weeks pregnant.

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Jane Goldsmith is a journalist, newsreader and producer based in Newcastle and began working with NBN Television in 2001. Originally from Port Macquarie, Jane has worked in television news and radio for 14 years and studied at the University of Newcastle.

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