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POLISH WOMAN MISSING IN BERESFIELD

Concerns are held for a missing Polish woman in the Beresfield area. 66-year-old Celia Ruba was last seen around 9am yesterday, driving a silver coloured Toyota Corolla with NSW registration plates, AYD62Z. Celia suffers from medical conditions and speaks limited English. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

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CASH AND DRUGS ALLEGEDLY TURN UP IN BYRON BAY VEHICLE SEARCH

Illicit drugs and a sum of cash have allegedly been discovered by police during the search of a car on the Far North Coast. While conducting patrols in the area, police approached two men in a parked car on Gilmour Crescent in Byron Bay at around 3:30pm yesterday. The drugs, along with other items were allegedly seized during the search. One man, aged 30, was charged with possessing a prohibited drug, while the other man, also aged 30, was charged with three counts of possessing and supplying a prohibited drug, and dealing with the proceeds of crime.

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FATHER KILLER GETS 37 YEARS JAIL

Disturbing footage has emerged revealing what a Murwillumbah man – today jailed for killing his father – really thought about him. Michael Phillip Martin will remain behind bars until at least 2042, for hacking Michael Anthony Martin to death with a samurai sword in 2014.

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NUNDLE AND MANILLA WATER RESTRICTIONS TIGHTEN, AGAIN

The ongoing lack of rain is being felt in the Peel and Namoi rivers. From tomorrow, residents at Nundle and Manilla will again have water restrictions tightened, as the towns move to level two. Tamworth Regional Council says the Peel River at Nundle has now stopped flowing, with water from the Crawney Road bore now backing up the town’s water supply. While at Manilla, flow in the Namoi River is less than one megalitre a day. Level two restrictions mean residents cannot use sprinklers or fixed hoses, and hand held hoses can only be used between 6pm and 8am. It comes less than a month after level one restrictions were introduced.   NOTE: VISION ONLY

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GAV’S WEATHER – A HOT, MOSTLY FINE WEEKEND

There’s very little cloud over the nation at the moment. The low off the east coast will deepen generating weekend swell, but the majority of the country will continue to be dominated by the high ridging itself over eastern Australia. Hot and mostly sunny across the majority of the local region region. There is a weak southerly change that will move up the coast in the early hours of tomorrow morning, not affect regions north of Coffs.

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