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Dominique is currently a web producer for NBN Television. She has been with NBN Television since 2014.

MAN IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER ASSAULT AT COFFS HARBOUR

A man is in critical condition after an assault at Coffs Harbour yesterday. Shortly after midnight, two men in a light-brown sedan stopped and approached a group of people walking along Prince Street. The men assaulted a 41-year-old man and punched a 35-year-old man to fell to the ground unconscious. The two men ran back to their car and drove from the area. The 35-year-old suffered serious head injuries and remains in hospital in a critical condition. The 41-year-old suffered minor injuries and has been released from hospital.​

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THREE TEENAGERS CHARGED AFTER PURSUIT

Three teenagers have been charged after allegedly stealing a car and leading police on chase from Newcastle to the Central Coast yesterday. Police allege a 15-year-old boy stole a white Toyotal Corolla from Sydney’s west last Saturday. It’s alleged the car was used in a series of robberies around Newcastle over the weekend. Police spotted the car at around 1pm yesterday at Shortland, and initiated a pursuit which was later called off. The car was then sighted south at Berkeley Vale, and another pursuit – involving Polair – ended at Woy Woy with the arrests of three youths. A 15-year-old boy will face children’s court today, charged with a string of driving and robbery offences. Meanwhile a 15-year-old boy and 16-year-old boy – both from the Central Coast – will appear in court next month.

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WEATHER WITH GAVIN MORRIS

Another weak change. A pre-frontal trough has been moving across the Hunter and southern parts of the North West and Mid North Coast. There’s a large band of cloud being generated from that trough with patchy light showers and a line of storms, currently moving across the Central West Plains tracking east. A moderate southerly change will move up the coast tomorrow. There is some cooler air in behind it but it will not clear the heat building up across the interior so areas inland and across the North West will remain hot. The storm and shower activity forecast later in the week will be minimal. This great shot taken by Glen Cox.

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4WD CAUGHT ON FIRE AT LAKE MUNMORAH

A cleanup is underway on the Pacific Highway at Lake Munmorah after a four wheel drive towing a trailer caught fire. No one was injured in the blaze which broke out about 1pm. Traffic slowed around the scene of the emergency and despite the efforts of fire fighters the vehicle was extensively damaged. VIDEO: Malcolm May

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ORICA TRUCK DRIVERS WALK OFF THE JOB

Truck drivers who deliver explosives to Hunter Valley mines have walked off the job for a four hour stoppage over Enterprise agreement talks with explosives producer Orica. The protected action , conducted by the TWU (Transport Workers Union) is part of ongoing negotiations with Orica over the roles of drivers who deliver the product and also shot firers who set up the explosives on mine sites. Mines affected include Mangoola, Bengalla, Muswellbrook Coal, Mt Owen, Glendell, Rix’s Creek, Bloomfield, Mount Thorley Warkworth, Mount Arthur, Draytons, Bulga, Ravensworth North and a number of sites covered by Hunter Valley Operations.

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INDECENT ASSAULT AT GLOUCESTER CAMP

A man has been charged with the indecent assault of two teenage girls at a Gloucester horse riding camp. He was charged with two counts of aggravated indecent assault against a girl now aged 14, between 2012 and 2014. Additionally, the man was charged with five counts of indecent assault against another 14-year-old girl earlier this year. Detectives from the Child Abuse Squad arrested the 69-year-old man at Gloucester Police Station yesterday morning. The man was granted strict conditional bail and is to appear in Taree Local Court early next year.

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HUNTER STUDENTS TO RECEIVE HSC RESULTS ON WEDNESDAY

76, 679 students across the state are facing the wait for their Higher School Certificate results which are due out on Wednesday. Amongst the students, 8649 students across the Hunter region will receive marks for each completed subject. Students will also receive their ATAR mark on Thursday, from 9am onwards. Students can access their marks via SMS or online at www.hscresults.nsw.edu.au. The results inquiry centre will also be open 8am on Wednesday at 1300 138 323.

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MEREWETHER MAN CHARGED WITH DRUG SUPPLY

A Merewether man has been charged with drug supply after police pulled over a utility at Warnervale on the Central Coast on Tuesday afternoon and allegedly found 10 kg of cannabis. The 34-year-old was a passenger in the vehicle and a later search of his house allegedly located other items of interest. He was refused bail to appear in Newcastle local court. (Image: NSW Police)

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RAIL LINE CUT AND REPAIRED

The Newcastle rail line was cut at Wickham on Sunday ahead of the Boxing Day schedule. Shortly after, the line was welded back together. The cut was to signal the beginning of changes to the railway. Hamilton Station received ten cabins installed in preparation to be used by the New South Wales TrainLink Staff. Approximately 150 staff will be on site from December 26, over a two-week rail closedown, to carry out upgrades and prepare for trains to terminate at Hamilton station. The Transport Minister has told NBN News the final train will leave Newcastle Station at 11.24 on Christmas night.

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